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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Wjt C i c tjt ttxrtfDr tpnblican rFine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TIlE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Yearj VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 4 1906 No 42 SCALPED BY INDIANS Ohio Co Woman Lived to Tell r4 QI Story to Grand Children Interesting Relic To Be Exhibited in Louisville Home Corn- Ing Week In response to the request fo relics from our county calling to mind pioneer days there has been sent to this office a puce of stone which once marked the grave of an Ohio county woman whose fright fulexperience with the Indians is perhaps the most remarkable on recordAnnie Barnett came with her par ents to Kentucky from Virginia about one hundred and twenty years ago The settlement was near the present site of Hnrtford which 1WIU then known as Barnctts Station l About the year 1790 Miss Barnett and a party of settlers was attacked by the red men who made frequent raids on the pioneers of those times The young woman fell in a faint from fright The Indians thinking that she had been killed scalped her and left hurriedly hotly pursued the men of the fort However she recovered and lived to tell the story of her thrilling adventure to numerous children and grand children She lived fortyfive years after the incidentAbout this time two little girls one named Barnett and the other Calloway were carried off by the Indians and kept in captivity for several years They were playing outside the stockade and were sur prised their captors taking them across the Ohio river into territory now the State of Indiana near the present city of ViHccnncs It required n large ransom paid in horses to secure their release They were about twelve years old when recovered and had become some what accustomed to the out door life of the savage The woman who was scalpel is buried within one mile and a half of HartfordThe card which was prepared by Mr E P Barnett will be attached to the piece of stone arid sent to Louisville and will be exhibited here during the Street FairA piece of the tombstone at the grave of Annie Barnett consort of Robert Baird who was born Octo ber 14 1770 with parents emigrated to Kentucky at an early day and settled in what is now Ohio county About the year 1790 Annie with a party of settlers was fired on by Indians from ambush She was so badly frightened she fainted and fell the Indians coming along scalp ed her and left her for dead but she soon recovered and returned to the ancient stockadeknown as Barnetts Fort and died in Ohio county June 22nd 1835 Mr McHenry Dead The death of lion Wallace Estill McHenry which occurred at his home in St Louis on the 21st ult was a shock and matter of sincere grief to his surviving old friends at HartfordHis calls to mind many pleasant recollections and remines cences on the part of his Old Hart ford associates Mr McHenry was born at this place of our best pio neer stock His parents moved to L J Owensboro when he was but a lad and when about of age he returned here where he practiced law and en gaged in politics to some extent go ing to the State Legislature for one t or more terms Isis handsome face and figure his unusual musical voice perfect manners universal gentleness of purpose his good judgment in matters of weight his bright repartee always without a sting made him the toast if not the very pet of the old and young and class of society 1 iMrEstl1t Was authority for all the J light accomplishments he taught the boys who are now on the shady side of forty correctly how te fence to row to skate to swim t ride and to dance When the weighty side demande- his services in court his full duty was discharged to his client in a manner worthy of imitation by his fellows which was frequently at tempted with small success In po litical debate he had an Inimitable method of taking care of himself and yet avoided personalities o thfran that when he ran for the Legislature against Henry Rock an old time politician of great shrewdness in de bate Mr Rock on the stump an nounced that the McIIenrys were very good people but that the coun ty had quite enough of the family that Estills father had represented the county in the Constitutional Convention two or three times i the Legislature and State Senate in Congress that his brother had rep resented the county in both houses of the General Assembly and now this boy wanted to go before he was scarcely large enough adding The first thing you know fellow citizens the people off wont think have any body else down in thes parts except Mcllenrys To this Mr McHenry simply replied that he knew it was a great misfortune to have been born a McHenry but that he was so small at the time of his birth that he was unable to help himself Thus confessing his guilt in the matter of accident of birth and after craving pardon of his au dience for same he launched into the real issues of the time and car ried the crowd Mr Rock was over whelmingly defeated at the polls He left Hartford at about twenty six years of age and permanently located in St Louis his life here furnished a bright page in the old towns history full of grateful and affectionate memories and his old friends truly revere his memory T A SAD TRAGEDY Ten YearOld Boy Shot His Six YearOld Brother With Rifle A very sad tragedy was enacted at Livermore last Friday when Carl King six years old was accidentally shot and killed by his brother Ira King ten years old They are sons of Mr Wash King The boys were playing at War The youngor child started to charge the elder brother with an ax when the latter drew aim with a 22calibre rifle which he thought was unloaded The gun was discharged the bullet taking effect in the right eye Death result ed in thirty minutes The father of the children was in Owensboro when the dreadful acci dent occurred and returned home Saturday morning The inquest was held at 10 oclock Saturday morning at the home of Mr King and the verdict return ed in accord with the facts as set forth in the foregoing NOCREEK May 2 Another tobacco season on hand Our folks think that they will be able to finish stripping and deliver this season L M Ward and family visited B S Chamberlain Sunday Miss Rosie Dooley who has been ill of pneumonia is out again- C M Crowe Hartford wasin our neighborhood this week on business We had a large attendance at Sun day school Sunday- MissMalissieRuby from Anderson ville Daviess county is visiting Miss Myrtie WSlliford at this place Hayden Webb and wife visited his mother Sunday Jess Foster received a letter from J CChamberlainJr who is in New Mexico stating that he expected to take up laud there Master Sherman Chmrlberan says thanks for his May Basket which was found hanging at the barn door Wednesday r Iu GOOD MAN DEAD I AwaydAfter Many Months of Sufferings Nicholas Barrass died at his home at Taylor Mines Sunday April 29th after battling with a lingering stomach trouble for more attacksdany week by week the life sapping mala dy gained headway and it was deem ed expedient to employ more skilled and better equipped medical service so he was taken to the Gray Street Infirmary at Louisville fortreatment This was about the first of January He improved slightly at first but setnm until the last of lifes vital ele ments were exhausted Funeral services were conducted by the Masons of which order Mr Barrass had been a memberfor twen tyfive years in a very beautiful and impressive manner after which in BravereDam cemetery a at 5 oclock Masons from many parts of the county were present to do hon or to the memory of their lifelong friend and brother A large array of other friends and relatives attended the lostthough sadrites eager to pay homage to hismemoryand hiq newly made grave was decked with choicest flowers of spring Mr Barrass was born and roared to young manhood in England He emigrated to the United States in 1870 and soon thereafter became a resident of Ohio county and re mained such until his death Air Barrass had been prominently identified with the Taylor Coal Company as one of its most responsible and trusted employees for many years He always took a keen inter est in politics but refused to run for office until last fallafter earnest solicitation from the most influencial members of his own party as well as by many of the best in the opposing party he consented though reluct aptly that his name might be used for Justice of the Peace in his district The district though nom inally Democratic did itself proud by giving him majority of 105 He qualified but was never able to at tend the sitting of his courtR- ESOLUTIONS The following resolutions were adopted by the Beaver Dam Masonic Lodge of which Mr Barrass was a memberAt p m April 29 1906 Brother Nicholas Barrass of Taylor Mines Ky after several months of affliction entered into that promised rest prepared by the Great Archi tect of the universe Brother Barrass was born in Northumberland England October 24 1847 and emigrated to this coun try in the year 1870 was made a Master Mason by Cromwell No 420 in the year 1880 was exalted to the degree of R A M in Fordsville Chapter No 142 on January 19 1903 and demitted to Beaver Dam Chapter and was installed King of same on June 15 1903 For many years Brother Barrass was a faithful and constant member of this lodge an honorable and up right citizen a loving husband and father and a friend to all who cume within the circle of his acquaintance To the bereaved family and friends- in their irreparable loss we extend our heartfelt sympathy and condolence and to our lodge we recom mend that the usual badge of mourn ing be worn by its members and a copy of these resolutions be sent to the Masonic Home Journal for pub lication- J P McKENNEY Jl1 PORTER Com S D TAYLOR RESOLUTIONS HY DIRECTORS OF BEAV ER DAM DEPOSIT BANK At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Beaver Dam Deposit Bank April 30 1906 the following resolutions were adopted Whereas The all wise Ruler has in I His infinite wisdom called from our midst our honored Director Mr Nicholas Barrass Be it resolved beiyond he so promptly always to be with us when duty called can be with us more2nd in his death this Bank has lost an able honest and honor fed Director this community one of the best and most useful men that ever lived in it and each of us personally a friend more valued more trustworthy more concientious and beHisbeen discreet wise and valuable j3rd That we extend to the fam ily that has with us suffered such an irreparable loss our heartfelt sympathy 4th That a copy of these resolu tions be spread upon the records of the Bank that those coming after may know in what highesteem Nicholas Barrass was held by the surviving directors of this bankthat a copy be given to the family of the deceasedand published in eachof the county papers I P BARNARD a H BARNES rJoDirectors MUCH WORK To Be Done in Perfecting Or ganization of State A S of E Calhoun Ky May IAs the Kentucky State Union was organized at Greenville on April 13 some may be anxious to know something about the plans for the future I will say bylawsgptedwill go into effect July 1 and I wish to say that between now and that time we have a great deal of work to do and we will have matters in good shape by that time Bear in mind that to launch a greatstate or organization like Kentucky will have is no small matter The treasurer has executed bond and any funds belonging to the state A S of E sent to the secretary will be promptly receipted for and placed to the credit of the A S of E We are getting on nicely and Kentucky will surely make a mighty growth during the present year The effect of controlled marketing is surely being felt not only in the tobacco business but corn wheat and all other products of the farm are be ginning to share in these profits- I wish to get into communication with each county secretary at the earliest possible date and any one theIaddress SB ROBERJSON Secy Ky State A S of E Other papers of the State will please copy PLEASANT GROVE May I Farmers of this place are almost through planting corn Miss Hazel Wester and sister are visiting in the Grove this week Mr and Mrs Jack Mefford and Mr and Mrs Archy Mefford were the guests of Miss Rosie Mefford Sunday Miss Ethel Cook was the guest of her cousin Miss Ora Mefford last weekCarl Bradley who has been to West Point for some time has re turned home Mrs Rosie Mefford is visiting her father at Russellville this week Frank Stewart who has been in Indiana for some time has come homeMr and Mrs Alec Campfield visit ed Mr Campfields brother at En SundayMrs Martin is visiting at Huntsville this week Miss Ora Mefford was the guest of her cousin Mrs Harry Baker Wednesday night Dune Jenkins who tins been sick of pneumonia is able to be out again I Willie Wester of Huntsville was the guest of his friend Miss OraI Mefford Sunday afternoon I A S OF E FLOURING MILL Will Be Built at Panther Davless County Backed By 6 000 Capital A corporation is being organized by the American Society of Equity for the establishment of a flouring mill at Panther Daviess county Many of the most prominent farm ers and professional men of that sec tion of the county ate interested in the movement It ia understood that practically all of the capital stock has been subscribed and that there will be no difficulty in se curing the entire amount The work of erecting the mill will be begun as soon as the articles of incorporation are filed It is ex pected that the building will be completed and all machinery installed by July 1 Wheat of the new crop will be bought and the plant will be gin turning out flour immediately after the new wheat is on the marketThe Panther Equity Flouring Mill will be the corporate name The articles of incorporation which have been prepared provide that the capi tal stock shall be 6000 This will be divided into 240 shares of the par value of 25 each The articles give the corporation power to buy sell and store wheat corn oats and other grain to manufacture sell and store flour meal and all kinds of feedstuffs and food products- Its affairs will be controled by a board of seven directors a presi dent a secretary a treasurer and such other officers as shall be deem ed necessary Notice to 4 Creditors All parties holding claims against the estate of Mary Bidwell deceased are hereby notified to present same to me properly proven on or before the first day ofJune 1906 or they will be forever barred Any one knowing themselves indebted to said estate will please call and settle W P RENDER Executor 39t4 Matanzas Ky Congressional Convention- At a meeting of the fourth Con gressional District Committee held at Lebanon under call of Chairman Heavrin last Tuesday a conven tion was ordered to be held at Hod gensville July 10th at 11 a m for the purpose of nominating a Re publican candidate for Congress Precinct conventions are ordered to be held the last Satuday in June at 1 oclock p m and County Conventions the first Monday in July at the same hour to select delegates The call with number of delegates to which each precinct and the coun ty will be entitled will appear in our next College News Messrs Owen Ambrose and Jesse Smith entered school last week and will remain until the close of the termMr Elvis Magan who has been absent from school for several weeks returned this week and quietly took his place in classes with his usual smilesMr Henry Carson gave an interesting practical talk at the college Tuesday morning Dr E B Pendleton will lecture to the students Friday of this week Hon C M Barnett will address the college students next Monday Dr E W Ford Wednesday of next week and Rev J A Lewis Friday of next week Mr Barnett will speak on Experiences in Public Life Dr Ford on How the Laity Appear to us and Rev J A Lewis on Ser vice the End and Aim of Life The attendance at school still re mains good as will be seen by the reports of teachers or the eight month A brief summary of the re ports is as follows Primary monthly enrollment 39 average daily attendance 37 percent of atten dance 89 Intermediatemonthly enrollment 47 average daily atten dance 43 per centof attendance 93 Gammar monthly enrollment 43 average daily attendance 40 per cent of attendance 94 College +t monthly enrollment 65 average daily attendance 62 per cent of attend ance 95- Tardiness in all departments has been reduced to a minimum and punotiality and regularity of atten dance have been greatly increased It is of the highest importance that alt pupils attend every day for the rest maycloseandbe promoted I Golden Wed lnv Invitationsare out announcing the golden wedding anniversary of Rev Enoch 11 Crowe and Miss Francis E Moore to be celebrated at their Wednesday Louisville May 7 1856 These old people are loved and respected by inHartfordWednesdayRev well sermon at theMethodistchurch- last Sunday Hartford College Reunion Hartford College will celebrate the twentyfifth Anniversary of her existence during commencement week May 20 to 25 A reunion of hasbeenbytheAssociation are sparing no efforts to make the event one long to be remembered The committee on correspondence has already received many letters from old students and former teachers indicating their in tention to be present and the com preparingtoThe order of exercises for the week is as follows Sunday May 20 Bac eveningMayevening May 22 Declamatory Con test for gold medal offered by Hon eveningOratorical offered by R E L Simmerman Thursday evening Graduating exer cises Friday evening Alumni recep programhasMusicAddress of Welcome Judge J S GlennAddressProf Wayland Alexan + day MusicAddressProf William Foster AddressProf Amos Bennett MusicAddressProf J D Crowe r AddressProf 0 M Shultz MusicAddressHon J J McHenry FergusonAddressProf The exercises of each evening will consist of excellent literature and musical productions to which all are invited Former teachers gradu ates and students of other days are urged to be present and to live ever again for a brief space the hacyonAdays of college life We do WeLeadBusiness with us is not a game of Blind Mans Buff what we say is true What we do is on the square What be promise we fullfill What more ran you ask What more can we do Remember we handle a first class stock of groceries cheaper than thecheapest We pay highest mark et price in cash or trade for your Chickens and Eggs Call on us HOOVER BRO- SHartford Ky Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since last Friday- F E Hunt Fordsville ago 26 to Lithe Eskridge Fordsville age 25 Abe Embry Arnold age 26 to Ada Arnold Arnold ago 16 R L Oben chain Askin age 30 to Minnie Stone Shrevo age 17 Fronzo Weedman Milwood Ky age 23 tp Ola Wilson Qlaton age 21 James 0 Lunsford Horse Branch age 22 to Flora Allen Horso Branch age 16 e T hr f- i Facts About the Coal Industry Just at this time it is interesting 5a recall some of the fundamental n lads relating to the anthracite in rlaztry and particularly to its history x during the last decade Prat tically all the anthracite coal mined in the United States comes from the three hardcoal fields of northeas tern Pennsylvania These fields lie within eight counties which between then contain less than 500 square miles of coalproducing territory Small as the district is however it Sas for some time produced some t j 2X000000 short tons a year The industry is said to represent a capi ial investment of 700000000 and the annual value of the product at the mines mouth exceeds 140000 000 About 60000000 is paid an Dually in wages to the 160000 em ployes A population of nearly a million men women and children dependent for the must part on the anthracite industry resides in the iardcoal country the most impor tant urban centers of which are ScrantonWilkesbarrcPottsvilleand Aazelton The present suspension f hardcoal mining which beganI when the workers left the March 31 is the third ordered by the United Mine Workers of Ameri ca since that body undertock to control the anthracite industry The 6nt suspension order issued in this j region by that organization took ef fset on September 17 1900 and lasted but six weeks during which the price of domestic sizes of the com bustible rote only 125i e from o50to 675 The settlement of this strike is said to have been brou ght about by Mark Hanna who in sited upon the temporary concession by the operators of the most important demands made by the iainers lest the Republican candidate tar the Presidency should be defeat J ed in Pennsylvania The memora Ve strike of 1902 began on May 12 ad did not come to an ond until 3ctober 23 During those five Months or more the price of domes tic dug of anthracite rose to the unI swodented figure of S25 per ten sad very little could be obtained Ten at that price The cost of the strike to the consumers ah in way tcmputed at 100000000 by the lommiasion which Mr Roosevelt ultimately consented to appoint Why tako a dozen things to cure bat cough Kenndys Laxative Honey and Tar allays the congestion r uiops that thickling drives the cold eut through your bowels Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK SMALLHOUS Messrs P B Taylor and Oppie Kitttnger went to Saturday night end will return Tuesday Messrs Herman Addington Frank Tichenor Ben Ross Michael Ball Luther Addington and Tom Drake spent a few days in Greenville lastI week Messrs Seth Hunter and LeeI Jverhults sold some nice hogsSatur dayM P Maddox went to Beaver Oam Saturday Misses Debbie Taylor and Ethel Hunter anticipate going to Liver 4 more Wednesday to visit T R Bar lard and family and then to Utica to +Sit Mrs Annie Lashbrook and Mrs ns S Tunnell they will attend the winging convention at Oak Grove Sunday Mrs Will Addington and little Daughter Livermore are the guests fjf her mother Mrs Cordelia Ad dingtonGeorge Bennett Hartford atten ended church at the Smallhous church Sunday- L C Morton and wife were guests il their brother Sam Morton and amily SundaIC R Bishop has a position on the- a 41I11el Park City H P Addington and wife Green ufle were in our midst Sunday quests of their parents Mr and Mrs W M Addington i Mrs T L Withrow Central City way the guest of her parents Mr old Mrs Bob Fullccrson Sunday I Mrs Bettie Fulkcrson will go to I Mvensboro today to see her son Join who recently enlisted in thec uroy j Jake Barnard went to Hartford wturday t Mesdames Emma B Fulkerson c Ua Kimbly Mijs Myrtle Garrett ulvo and Mr Bob Her Hartford wre among the guests that attendrl id tho wedding of Mr Mit Kimbley eel Miss Maude Hall t Marion Williams and wife and n r e3d Miss Minnie Williams Rockport were guests of Mr and Mrs Hub bard Balls Saturday night and Sun dayTom Richardson died Friday at the home of his son Manney Richardson Ceralvo and was buried at what is known as Aunt Nellies burying ground Saturday Mrs S T Hunter is confined to her room with erysipelas Allen Buskill delivered some hogs- at Smallhouse Saturday for the Ev ansville market Mrs Weaver Hocker and brother inlaw Zach Hocker went to Owens boro last week B L Taylor Hartford was the guest of his parents Sunday Mack and John Fulkerson and John Addington have joined the U S ArmyRev G H Lawrence fillled hi3 regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday- M P Maddox went to Rockport SundayMr Milton Kimbley and Miss M lude Ball were married at the res i lence of the brides parentsMr and Mrs William Ball Sunday p m by Rev G H Lawrence A reception was given them by Mr and Mrs 01 Kimbley Sunday night A torpid inactive liver can poduce more can poduce more bodily ills than almost anything else It is good to clean the system out occasionally Stir the liver up and get into shape generally The best re sults are derived from the use of DeWitts Little Early Risers Re liable Effective pleasant pills what a reputation Sever grip Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Proof Positive The DetectiveThis is aplain case ofsuicideThe How do you know The Detective Why here in his hand is the 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remember I he name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BnghamlonI I L + LyL Quaint Wedding Presents Among the many costly gif which were made the Presiden daughter at the time of her ma I riage there were some things whi were both amusing and curio Celebrits arc often the recipients quaint presents For instance the marriage of the late Queen Vitoria the farmers of East and We Pennard Somersetshire wishing show their loyalty manufacturE from the milk of 750 cows an it1 mense cheese nine feet in cicumft ence The gift was graciously a cepted and was stored at Buckin ham Palace where it undoubted would have found its way to tl royal table had not its donors wis ed to exhibit it as an advertisemen Their request was granted but a tlIh Majesty signified that owing to th altered conditions she could not a ccpt it as a gift An equally homely gift was ma to the late King Charles of Wurten I burg on the morning of his marnaj to Princess Olga of Russia A plea ant woman sent him a pair of trpu ers of her own design with a nol expressing the hope that they migl be found a better cut and fit thn those which she had last had tl honor of seeing His Majesty wear When Louis IV of Hesse Darn stadt was married to Princess Alic he received a gift of a dozen pail of stockings knitted by an Numb admirer among his subjects The Italian singer Signor Marl inspired a hopeless passion in th hearts of so many women that i the time of his wedding some of th affection found expression in varion strange gifts One was in the shay of a cushion stuffed with tress from the heads of many of his hop less admirers Another was from lady in Munich who had hadone c her teeth set in a scarfpin surround withemeralds and pearls In an a companying note she expressed th hope that by sometimes wearing the gift he might be reminded of hi unknown worshipper freichronicj by the use of Kodul for Dyspti sia Some of the most hopele casesfor long standing have yielded to it It enables you to diges the food you eat and exercises t 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and Miss Boyd sister Mrs Mary White last Satur day and Sunday near Sunnydale Miss Vasta Wilson visited her cousin Miss Ola Wison Sunday- J R Wilson and daughterof Fair View were the guests of Mr Wilsons aunt Mrs Dinah Miller at HorsE Branch Monday Farmers are very busy planting their crops Bob White and wife of Horse Branch visited Mrs Mary Wilson Sunday His Reason- I say old man how did you ever happen to marry your first wifes sister Well you see it saved me from having to get used to another moth erinlaw CASTOElXAfleas tbsittKind You Hart Always BDOirtt Slgnatun f I Q- bl f To Publishers and Printers = y iWE MANDFACTUflE THE VERY HIGHEST on GRADE OF c Type II Brass Galleys 1 sti Brass Rules in Borders StripsIIIIMetalBrass Labor Metal umitureIJS SlugsnI 48 point QuadscInew at a h Please remember that we are not in any Trust or Combination dealfIe f A copy of our Catalogue will be cheerfully furnished on aj r plication e Philadelphia Printers Supply Co 14SUIurCHIRHr deTypaandHi h 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surface is natrally adapted for park pur poses While it will be a national park in every acute of the word it is not our purpose to turn over to the LId State Bovernmont said Mr I Collier He stated that the Limoln Finn Association desired to suiter vice the care of the property which would bo free and open to the pub lic at nil times An effort will be made nt once by the association to have Uto Illinois 1 Central and Louisville and Nashville railroads to extend their lines to theI park The anniversary of tho birth of Lincoln in 1909 will be celebrated on the farm on a large scale and be made an affair of national impor I tance It is also the object of thot association to make the park a com mon for the North and SouthIMado Happy for Llfo Great happiness came into the home of S C Blair school superin tendant at St Albans W Vn 1 when his little daughter was restor ed from dreadful compliant het names He says My little daugh ter hind St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment but steadily worse until as a last resortt wetried Electric Bitters and Ire joice to say three bottles effected a complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general debility female weakness impoverish cd blood and malaria Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Price 50c Harnessing the Wavesr Apparatus by which the waves can be harnessed and made 10 furI nish motive power for all human needs is pattented by a Californian This invention consists of one orI more barges scowlike floatsIauch I ed upon the sea and anchored at t Ilucha distance from the shore as to t in deep water where it will operate uniformly and in all 1- weatherAlong the bottom of each float runs a metal track upon which are 1 two little cars one at each end bearing heavy weights Tim cars are connected by a rod and as the boat I rocks they roll back and forth along the track at tho same time operating a pair of pistons which compress air and through a tube furnish pneumat kis power operating machinery upon The pumping mechanism may also be adapted to suckwater from under the boat and pipe it to shore in a steady stream withsuffici ent force to operate a watermotor t on the beach Thus is power had without recourse to coal Such anr invention if practicable would course bo preferable to the solar en gine only while the sun shines or the breeze wafts friskily Neptune is never at rest and would be a mores dependable slave in harness than al either old Sol or old Boreas Famous Strlko Breakers The most famous strike breakers i in the land are Dr Kings New Lifer Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settles the trou ble and the puryfing work goes right on Best cure for constipationheadi achand dizziness 25 at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist t t Obituary Of Rev Franklin Newton of Liver more Uncle Franklin was born Feb 6 1836 was married to Elton Woodward Dec 25th 1858 Died April 211906 there were born to j them 7 children all lived tobezrown 3 of them and his wife preceded him t 1to tha Rraveho made a profession of DIED SUDDENLY OF HEART DISEASe How frogncntlydics a lioul lino slml lar tn nbovn greet us In tho newspapers Tim rush push ami strenuous nos of thu American prtiplo has fl strop ttiuUiiiiy to luiul n and uthe nlTuciluns of the heart attondwl by It ntgiilar action palpitation dlzzim smuthoroil sciwitloii Ulstrc Inir Tliruu of tint prominent Ingredients o whlrli Dr II rees iutdru 11 + cry Is iniiiii un nvoinuiciiilid by sum of th IrtiUn writers mi Mtttrltl 71rfe for I lut corn of jut such rav Gold S al root fur lustaiiiu In Mild by tlu lixrmi STATIC 1I1YSet7oIIvnstand urd authority to Impart touo und lu rrnasud xiver to tho hearts action Numerous other leading authorities rllro ent ioldtn Seal as nil nnsiirpuss tonic for the muscular system und as the heart U almost wholly eons natlntlllolinwst lined by thU Iwrnl tonic II probably the mottlmiiorlant liiKredle of Golden Medical UNeovfry so f Ias Its marvelous toms of valvular another ulfeutlons of tho heart nro con cerned U Stono rout or CulUnminlt Cut Prof Win Ialue author of Iatnc KplUimy of Medlclim says or It I not lone ninth had a iiallcnt who wal III much oii rossid wllli valvular Ikea 01 tin heart that Ills Irl iiiU WI IM ohlltnd 1parry him up lall Id liowrvur gradual rivovirwl under the Inttueiicu at Oollliison Imisllitiml urliulplu extracted from titoii rxxn and t now nUtmlliic to lilt Inislmv llurutofiiro iliy lilam knew of no reined r fur tliu ninoval of no ilMnwilritf and MI dan ircrous a Ilium It was all mtladfWllhciriwork warned tint aRliiled that death war near nt band Gd lluioiiln tttIIwlliiahlr afford rvllnf Ir huh cau and III must Iniiniicun tlfucts cum Stonn rout N nlll rrcommenrl by lrHide and EIIinRwuinlof riiioHijo till vulviihir and Ihlr dlwn s of the hear Tin littler say It Is n iinurt tunic at direst and ixriinnirnt Influence litililiii Mi tat llcr not on I y Burr a rims heart Ulfcliinx but I + m1 sudsiest general toni and invlpi alrt nuvngllieulnit tint nioiuarh IntlQ mating tho liver rcgnhuun the bowel and curing caurrlml affooWoiw lu nil part of the system Dr loreo Iollats cure Con tlpatlon eligign some 10 years ago and joint the Presbyterian church He belon d to the Ohio Presbytry until death le was a very weakly man and y terrible sufferer For months h ife was a continual prayer and hi trust was all in God His brother Judge Ben Newton died just thne months to the day before he went to meet him We all hope to join their withour Christian friends in death SeventeenYear Locusts The seventeen year locusts will noon be heard in the land In an of cial bulletin Secretary Wilson of lie department of agricultur warns the country that this is thE year for their reappearance in several states including Ohio Ken tucks und Indiana Secretary Wilson gives warnin that the locusts may bo expected during the last week in May Although the locusts make a great deal of noise the actual damag which they do is slight says Secre nary Wilson iAs a matter of preparationhow ever he added it might be well lot to locate new orchards this ring in recently cleared ground or n proximity to woods A Year of Bood The year 1903 will long be rem m tiered in the homo of F N Tacket of Alliance Ky as a year blood vhich flowed so copiously from Mr rackets lungs that death seemed very near He w1 tesIIScvere h ceding from the lungs and a faithful cough had brought me at death door when began taking Dr King ew Discovery for Consumption tvith the astonishing result that af ter taking four bottles I was con etely restored and as time h proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs an- Colds d at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Price 50c and 100- Trial bottle free A Double Failure Jul1g III understand Mr Shoohs last- play was a failure said the man with his thick eyeglass Worse than that replied the an with gold tooth It was louble failure YesYes It was adjudged immoral enough to be suppresed and at the ame tjme was not sufficiently immor to draw good houses Had a Closo Call A dangerous surgical operation solving the removal of malignant ulcer as large us my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the application of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A C Stieke of Miletu V Va Persistent use of Salve completely cured it Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 25c at Z ayne Griffin Bro druggist r ASTORIAfor Infants and Children Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Boors the 71Slput1rGof Melons in Winter The increase of our knowledge of the vegetable world has given us many good things Perhaps the t most recent of these is the winter r melon which is now becoming such a luxury and what is still better an attainable luxury Tho seeds of the winter melon came from Russii i They were placed in the hands of i- I man who had a great reputation as- aI horticulturist There were two varieties of muskmleon and one of watermelon The Russian seeds- I produced an exceptionallyne musk melon In flavor they are more ac ceptable than the summer kind fart more attractive from an exterior view and grow in weight to twenty t five pounds One of the features of the melon is that their luscious flav I or does not deteriorate as they in I crease in size as is often the case with the summer fruit The beauty of their prime in the dead of winter I when the snow covers the Northern States and nature hibernates with the thermometer in close proxmit to zero The melon need only about one hundred lays in which to mature so that seeds planted the first of tay r will by the first of August produce some melons which ripen on the vines The major portion of the crop however has to ripen after be t ing picked The dates of their ripen ing depends entirely upon the temperature in which they are stored If deposited in a cool place they will ofdyear are for an earlier market it is only nee essary to place them in a room of a living heats State of Ohio City of Toledo t Lucas County i 55 Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F I J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 SGLEASONea Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- nallyl and acts directly on the blood and mucons surface on the system Send for testimonals free F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggists 75h Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK BUFORD Mrs B FGraves and husband vi sited her brother Franklin Newton of LivcrmoreFriday night He died while she was there Miss Cyntha Warden is visiting her brother at Centertown this week Mrs Walter Blair is visiting her sister Mrs SB Howard of Owens born at this timet FanniesBlair antI Walter Blair attended funeralsickasfor some time but is thought to be a little better Mrs Sam Rhoades is able to be out again Dr C E Catherell fell dead in CetSCOTTS Emulsion When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion you know what you want the man knows you ought to have it Dont be surprised though If you are offered something else Wines cordials extracts etc of cod river oil are plenti ful but dont Imagine you are getting cod liver oil when you take them Every year for thirty j years weve been increasing tho sales of Scotts Emulsion Why Because It has always been betterthan any substitute font Send for free ampleI SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 10941S Pearl Street New York SOo and 100 All drugtjlsta I I I his YUfrl Friday morning of organic forI up tot death was buried at Elm Wood Ccmetry Owensboro Saturday Mrs Lucy Catherell visited her mother Mrs Isabel Morgan of Max well f day night and Tuesday Mr Htnrv Murphy of Owens Uoro r turned home today after several days visit to her aunt Mrs Lucy Catherell Mrs Coleman is no better =A13 TOOEt IaStan the TInKind Yu Han Alwap Blag Sljnatur 41at w LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK MATANZAS Some of the farmers have begun planting corn Wheat is looking fine in this neighborhood- A T ColFman and familyof Point Pleasant has moved to a farm near this place W M Tichenor is on the sick list this week Emmett Render is having chills Mrs W M Hardin Coffman was the srtitst of her daughter Mrs F 0 Coffman last Tuesday Miss Iva Tichenor Beaver Dam is visiting her sister Mrs H 0 Coff man this week Mrs Huldah Casebier Hartford visited relatives here the first of the weekClyde Tichenor and sister visited relatives in Beaver Dam last Saturday and Sunday Miss Kena Tichenor is visiting in Hartford this weep Mrs Ellen Tichenor is very sick at this writing Everette Tichenor Beaver Dam was here last Sunday- J A Tichenor Beaver Dam was in our midst last Wednesday Charles Turner Beaver Dam was here buying hogs last Tuesday Musings of the Gentle Cynic A quick lunch maketh a slow liver Itscoal treatment that makes ones blood boil A new leaf is really the same old one with another turn Theopen door offers no induce ments to the knocker Good advice is the kind that is never given until it is asked for Charity begins at home but it is apt to be out when anybody calls Badmen are apt to make them selves scare Good men are already scarceThere will never be universal peace It is an idle dream People will al ways get married Some people claim that heaven is their home and then move every time the rent comes due There is no anguish quite so keen asthat felt by a woman who gets a a new dress to wear to a party then isnt invited Germ Theory Known in 28 B C How wise we mortals were a few hundred and a few thousand years agol Two anticipations of modern scientific theories have lately been unearth d Heart was defined as a mode of motion in the Medulla Uedicinae of J A Vander Linden- a famous teacher in 1642 The passage quoted when translated from Ue Latin reads Heat is a vibra tion of the minut3Stparticlo3of matter The other anticipation is still earlier Varro who died in theyear 29 B C in his De Re Pustica describing the dangers of marshy place wrote There breeds a sort of minute invisible animals that rvel through the air and enter the I body by way of the nostrils causing severe diseasesExcept that bacter- Ia are not animals but vegetables his is a wonderful guess at the causation of germ diseases and we night with some philogical justifica tion translate animals the word used in the original as living organ ims Can you Believe your Senses When two of them taste and smell having been impaired if not utterly destroyed by Nasal Catnrrh are fully restored by Elys Cream Balm can you doubt that this remedy deserves j all that has been said of it by theI thousands whom It has cured applied directly to the effected air passages and begins itshealing work at once Why not get it today All druggists or mailed by ElylBro 5G Warren Street New Xork on receipt of 50 cents OASTCJaIABean the ylto Kind You Han Always oughl BIl1ltue yp 1aoilil IId 7 t an rt m IMI 1 CASTOR II ChlldrcncThe Kind You Havu hiAulawliflgtheStoinacJisandBtnveisof fra t 1wII SignatureI Promotes DigealionCheerfui of9piumNOT NARCOTIC L IketvotoDrsNtt72fi7cu- iaer1 SerI MXSOUM iaee Jjmrnail ttxblbJtt wl In 1 rJ UIS fG non Sour StomachDiarrhoca 1 fUne5SllndLosFaci i Signbtars or NEW ffYORK1tii Tears 1 CASTO RIAEXACT COPY OF WRAPPER 9 THE OINTUtl OMMNY NCW YORE CITY r JB a EV OUR CLUBBING RATES TilE RKIUBLICAX and Louisville Herald 12t THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 2013 TIE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 1M THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 17F THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TILE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 fiiE REPUBLICAN and vicea Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 374J THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine i 15 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN puuwuA u dn account of moving into new and larger quarters the Owensboro Business University Will make the following great reduction in rates on just fifty scholarships Our regular rates for a singlo scholarship in either department is 45 Combined course of Bookkeeping ann Shorthand 8000 In this effort to reach a great spring enrollment we will make the great sacrifice of 15 on the single course or 25 on the combined course This makes the course in Bookkeeping or Shorthand 3000 The combined course 55 This is certainly the greatest offer ever made by any school at any time t departmentThese Further any one securing the sale of only five of these cash but will call your attention to the fact that only fifty will be I sold at this price This means immediate action on your part willbeA M FISHER I Owensboro Business S Owensboro PresJW w r ON YOUR HUNTING TRIPlit wee to M propertr a dIdln the STJIV liNb ami oCAM90TCUwpasr W RIFLES from 2 25 to 318000 PWOMI tram ESIta BOOO SloiGJ s from 7i vto C- O1II rr1JnIIt r r p pa a II u onnranlatma If tialel cautotf if Inter youi innotblUln ehlp niM Maileddirect ttrrlaef cfe ouhttohtttlt ffifaidt upon receipt of forfourrrnnlattsaiptlo untoapdce cover pomp Our tttnctlt HirsKolor Aluminum IllncerMll be sent tnywler 1jt 10 icnta ta ttatnp J STB71SN3 ABM3 AND TOOL CO i1 o Son 4C6 Chicopee Yalta Mast IT S A Subscribe for TIlE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN J 00 per year in advance I o oooo IVoos- aBIGJ FOUR I- J New York Central Lines The Best Line to I i Indlan pollsIiQ l IjP G PBuffalo Jji V Information cheerfully fur i nished on application at City I NoIl a6S J GATES 1 Genl Agent Passenger DeptpJr Louisville Ky J IHJ RHEIN I Passenger Agent J Cincinnati OfJooeooo+ aaffooatI Codas Dyspepsia CuteI Digests what you eat n n si I Hartford Republican lauedby tbe Ilnrttiml 1nWUlilnK Companyi- KOOBIOHiVin c1 I1MISKTT Editors 4 C E SMITH sarxxozrsro Cumbrnr G 34 33Rouh r FRIDAY MAY 4 i j Examine the label on your paperlf i It Is not correct notify us t WILL you help along with the Street Fair I SAN FRANCISCO is given another shake every few days as a reminder Ii IF you are not willing to help your town to grow dont do anything to cause it to shrink THE Breathitt county war has broken out again This time between the Hargis and Cockrell fac tions DISTRICT ATTORNEY JEROME has postponed the insurance cases again and his enemies declare has fixed responsiblity upon himself THIS paper cannot please the Hartford Herald It is utterly im possible When we dot our is and demand the recross our ts they verse and vice versa EDITOR WOODSON is still thirstin for the blood of Taylor Finley and Powers seemingly unmindful of the fact that he does not stand much better with the State gang than they doat this time- HARTFORDt would be glad to welcome a number of firstclass manu facturing establishments Among those which could do well here would be one for the manufacture of furniture IT was announced a few weeks ago that the Ohio County Fiscal Court had decided to begin working the roads this fall by taxation Most of the road surveyors must have misunderstood the time the new system would go into effect INDIANA Democrats are divided in a fierce factional fight over control of the State Central Committee One faction proposes to abolish the pres ent Taggert committee In Tennessee they are in a bitter struggle But wait until next year when the Ken tucky machine starts out over the country roads Then you will hear the sound of breaking bones amidst crushed hopes HENRY WATTERSON has conde cended to write a letter to the Lou isville Herald in an effort to relieve himself of the sting resulting from the lambasting which that paper has been giving him recently This is an evidence of the growing power of the Herald It has not been very long since Watterson thought he could reach everybody who was worth reaching through the eel umns of the CourierJournal WE feel compelled to suggest to our city council that there are some slight depressions in a few of our principal streets These places were no doubt caused by the throngs which frequent our city for purpose of trade The question seems to be would it be better to fix the streets and invite a continuance of the travel our way or save the streets by turning the people and their custom in some other direc tion GOVERNOR HOCII of Kansas is accused of kissing Mrs Stanleywife- of the former Governor about a year ago Seems to us the offense is too remote and besides limita tion it might be pleaded that Mr Hobson passed through Kansas a few years ago on a special kissing train It will be remembered that according to press reports the fair ladies lined up on every station ulat form and presented their sweet lips to the hero of Santiago Now Gov ernor Hochno doubt thinks he is just as much entitled as Hob son IT must be extremely gratifyiii to Christian people to read in the daily press of the arrangements be ing made at Churchill Downs for the spring racing The State is interest ed the late Democratic Legislature having placed a commission over all the race courses We note at u Churchill Downs The betting ring has been enlarged to the exten of twenty feet on each side and the entire north end enclosed in glassl which makes it one of the ting enclosures in the country A prominent horseman who has cam paigned in the East the past fewI years remarked that it was the if the betting shed at Belmon ParkITilE death of Nicholas Barrass who for a number of years has been Chairman of the Ohio county Repub lican Committee removes from the councils of the party one whose I place will be difficult to fill His I advice was conservative wise and always displayed a love of country as well as party Always kind and considerate of the rights of others he never offended those who differed with him on public questions He ought in the open and attracted nen of all classes One great reasoi for his immense popularity was the fact that he never turned his bad ipon a friend Mr Barrass was a stockholder in this paper and always took a keen interest in its success In his death the editors feel a personal loss THOSE opponents of protection who charged that the Dingley Tariff would put a Chinese wall about the country are advised that the foreign rade of the United States has more than doubled since the act went into effect With this record and the ecord of hard times of the Wilson bill still fresh in the minds of the people the Democratic party is preparing to raise the issue of Tariff for revenue only in the coming Congressional campaign The issue hould be welcome to Republicans A farmers organization or another kind of labor organization will not be of much use if we return tc the times of 1893456 All the organizations on earth would not effect the price of farm products in uch times There was no market for hogs cattle sheep or anything else because the people who make the market were out of work and with no money to buy even the necessities of life This country will not vote a return to those days in this generation at least ON the page be found maps of Kentucky showing Congressional Senatorial and Representative districts as fixed by the ecent act Notice the district omposed of Ohio Butler and Jdmonson and then compare it in area with the district of McLean Hancock Meade or La Rue It will not be necessary to question whether or not your sense of justice and airplay has been outraged Then onsider that the county of Spencer which is given a Representative has only 7000 population while our district has 54000 almost eight times as many We will soon see whether Kentucky courts will allow this monstrous piece of Legislative jug ling to stand If they do it will be a still further evidence to the utside world that they are unfit to- ry a political prisoner A set of men clothed with judicial power who will allow thousands of their own political faith to be practically disfranchised in order to gain a partisan advantage would not hesitate to suffer the hanging of- an innocent man for the same reason HERBERT Rev L H Voyles Pettit preached the fuderal of Miss Rosa Early at anther Creek church Sunday to a large crowd Mr and Mrs Obe Burdett entertained John Burdett and family of ellville Alfred Moxley Trisler Miss Nina Wright and brother of yonia and Miss Mattie Barnett at dinner Sunday Miss Mabel Miller is visiting P Gilmore and family of Fordsville Mrs Judah Maddox Owensboro is isiting her brother Oscar Haynes vho has been very sick The A Sof E is solid in this place and all the tobacco pooled Birt McCamish wife and daugb tel Sythia visited Carl Floyd Sunday A S of E Notice The Hartford Magisterial Disirict Union No1 will meet at Shultztown school house on Saturday May 26th I at 9 a in OTIS II STEVENS Secretary oAsTOrexaBean theJhsKind You Hara Always Bor2f I JpaVlO fI 1fill FARMERS CLUB I To Meet at Hartford May 21 Commissioner Vrteland or Rep resentative to be Present The Ohio County Farmers Club vill hold a meeting at the Court- House in Harttord Monday May 21 The object of the meeting will be to further discuss the production of various crop A prominent Equi is well as Farmers Club roan tells us that while it is the prupose of the A S of E to secure equitable prices for farm products it is the province of the Farmers Club to educate the people in point of better quality and larger quantity per acre of farm products The meeting of the 21st inst promises to be an important one Mr A B Tichenor has received the following letter from Commissioner Vreeland stating that he would either tome or send some one who will deliver a lecture probably at 1 ocloc on the day mentioned Frankfort Ky April 24 1906 Mr A B Tichenor Secretary and treasurer Ohio County Farmer Club Matanzas Ky Dear Sir Replying to your favor just receive I will send you one or two men on May 21 It may be that I can attend nyself but in the event I cannot be with you I will send one or two lecturers We will take up the matter of dates for annual institutes shortly as we- want to establish a regular date for each county As you are aware inder the new law we will hold an institute in every county in the State ach year and it will be necessat to have established dates for ever aunty Very truly yours HUBERT VREELAND Commissioner of Agriculture Vote in Popularity Contest Below will be found candidate lominated and vote cast for each up to noon yesterday in THE REPUBLICAN Mammoth cave trip popularity contest DISTRICT NO 1 Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam 30 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 110 Robert Davis Hartford 10 Ernest Mc Coleman Beaver Dam 30 DISTRICT NO 2 Johnie Wallace Rosine 160 DISTRICT NO 3- Roy Crawford Olaton 10 DISTRICT NO4 Roy Keown Fordsville 60 DISTRICT NO 5 Talmage Davis Beda 60 Jesse C Smith Taffy 160 Sherman Chamberlain Nocreek 70 DISTRICT No6 John Morton Ceralvo 10 Vig Morton Smallhous 50 DISTRICT No7- Carroll Smith McHenry EO- Roy Brown McHenry 30 For Sale or Rent Store room on Center Street Hartford noted as the best grocery and onfectionary stand in town Appl at TilE REPUBLICAN office Joy Unconfined Iodonlllil star Americans have had quite a little xperience with this joy unconfined Free trade game in the past They tried it in 1893 and it tool hem about six years to recover from the joy of the experience The Democracy has a short memoryor if it has a fairly good memory it must think that the American ped pIc have not the wisdom of the burn child that dreads the fire ISLANDS FUEL INDUSTRY Lnnd of Erin Certainly Is Entering Upon Another Era According- to All Indications It now looks us if Ireland had ntircd upon n jiniclical dcvcloj nets In a new fashion of till vets escrvfc of fuel stored in her hogs avs tho Iloston TruiHcriit Th 1 one deposits though worked to II auntextent do not at jirexen niotmigi a considerable invest lent of capital Irof Hull who end of tIll geological survey dcI artiuent llxed the nailve coal ru nurses at a Klllultlllltialluhtl lIud- tIll gas may conic when throiigl he improvident system of Knii iIiish mining they will eonstitut very valuable property Mean while the peal hillt thesiirfaceaiu unites enterprise The wonder ii thllt this great accumulation 01 I nteiitiiil wealth Ins remained 101lt almost iiriumd It is trot i that at least 55000000 of the popuo lotion have used peat from tiUIl inuiiemnrial for heating but tlH were merely touching the frinj nnd the current methods of pi paring it for burning were utter primitive nnd incidentally wast fill No one seemed to think Ulltil very recently that a material abundant might be capable of utilization in some other wnyai for other purposes than for do UlttIIworthy of their study Theydidr even appear to be aware that Ocr many was experiment with thl brown coal with a itof brie lag it into the domain of con ineree and that Sweden Denmai and Holland had machines in use to compress the clammy stuff into hard and dry cakes which would meet the needs of nianufacturii industry To the Point The tiny of the boss is over said the talkative man tileII1IUIIteiiiesl ion irrelevant Ihiludt i phiu Ledger Area of Japan Little lapan is bigger in 1111 titan the Ciernian empire and ha population as large as the 011 man nation The recent arrang incut with Korea makes thlm 11111 of lapin ruler over It hIIi torial aura which altogether ill close to that of the state of Texa litit while the governor of Texi presents a population of alioi rllltll till mikado holds swat over some 0000IOI people III oilier words a country whereof WI in e accustomed to think as lit I It iniw exceeds in area ami equals in population Kaiser NVilhelms fa ilicrlaml It exceeds Prance In liilli area and population It ullIlI ceeds AustriaHungary in holh inspects Its population exceed v nearly iU per cent the vii tir population of South America This is the little Japan which n I ugly has taken a seat among till guild power Trusting Soul Intimate Friend Dont yo dread the trials of housekeeping lrospecllye Hride Why non It will be a picnic Ve arcgoin to lave all the cooking brought ill tad nil the work beat outGhll no Tribune Terms Suited Him The In Ii11Vtaren IMgelow fOl many years a prominent incnilx of the Worcester county board IIf commissioners was fond of rein ing this story One winter day u man stood in front of a star where autos shirts were dk played A few were hung out sidt and one particularly took his far cy Without waiting to uiiiir tin price he seied it and starte down the street The owner lull pencil to see him and inimcdlati ly gave chase Seeing that UIl thief outran him he cried out Well if I dont get the pay in thi world 1 shall in the world to antOh called back the maul wit h the shirt if you want to wait till I hen Ill luke mother shirt Iloston Herald Aged Rapidly Yeast That wine is li U year oldCriutsonbenkIndeed 1 Wei as it states on the label that it wa bottled in liKKJ it must have age very rapidly Yonkers Statet trial One Girls Reason IIel wonder wily Miss Howell always has to be coaxed befor she will sing SheOIiIs a matter of selfjiri cction I imagine Selfprotection Yes by waiting to be coaxeI she always manages to shift th hlamlChicuo Daily News SMALLHOUS May3dllr Judson Rowe Herrin m was the guest of his cousin Mi Dma Maddox from Thursday anti SaturdayW Overhults who is attendin the Bryant Stratton Business College at Louisville Ky was in ou midst the guest of relatives Frida until Sunday Kev G H Lawrence arid famil ttendended the Fifth Sunday Bap i vS qs 1IE P BARNES BR- OPREPARATION I I l I Ihrmlll1lHIlosoil you cultivate and from the labor you perform You Il lye observed that it takes as much cultivation for an acre that product twenty bushels per aero us one that produces forty bushels per acre Now if you eau double your yield on tho same amount of labor you materially decrease your cost of production and I increase your profit on its cultivation almost double You havent an ncr on your farm that you cant in crease your yield from fifty to one hundred percent by the proper use of I I RaD OCSO M W FBranU 0Q f rlililMA R K rII You say 11ycorn land is very good this year and it will make corn without fertilizing This very good laud is the very soil that yields tho best results from its use Your hogs can forage around and barely live but when you want to snake them fat you feedIthem yell Often your land will barely keep alive from natural sources but if you want it to reward you 1 fully for your labors you must feed it and make it fat Wo sell tho very stuff that will do it Use Challenge Corn Grower in the hill for your corn Iso Pure Bone broadcast on your loud Use Homestead ToIbacco Grower for your tobacco and all crops goods are tho standard of tho world and there is nothing made under the sun that excels them Wo have just unloaded five car loads of these goods Bring your wagons along We are ready for the spring Fertilizer business which promises to ho tho best in our history We sell Oliver Chilled Plows and Blounts True Blue One and Two Horse Plows t Superior Corn Drills Superior Disc Harrows I l Beaver Dam Ky FW i d tJ Nft A R W KING Jeweler and Optician Hartford Ky fur at Ii tist at Nelson Sunday fr 1 MftfttiT Miss Oma Madcloxl Friday at her Mrs G W Barnard is the of her Mrs Ben nett Hartford Mrs Hunter who has sick for is well was the of her Mrs Sam and I h All kinds of repair Iand dispatch Bring Clocks G lasses or lewelry to me Elegant Shirtwaist Sets Belt Buckles Collar Buttons Hilt Pins Rings and Watches sale low prices I Place of Business on Main St in Hatford House UW IIIH IIIH MJ Association Creek church entertained night home guest daughter James Seth been several days about againMrs Louisa Overhults guest daughter Groves Wednesday Thursday work done with neatness your Watches Eye She was accompanied her return by Mrs Groves to South Carrollton where they are the guests of Mr J C Hill and family this week Mrs P B Taylor and daughter Miss Debbie went to Ccntcrtown TuesdayLuther Addington spent several days last week at Livermore and at Island Station the guest of relative oj John Barnard was the guest of his brothers Mayworth and Monnie Barnard Hartford Sunday A4S M n r s I iI Spring MedicineI I The best IS looas Sarsaparilla It I is the best because it does the most good I 4 While it makes the blood pure fresh and lively it tones the stomach to bet ter digestion creates an appetite stimu lates the kidneys and liver gives new brain nerve and digestive strength An unlimited list of cures40366 tes testimonials in 2 yearsproves its merit SriClAl To mt the nltliei of those who MOrin Mrs W A Snnwilcn 103 lIIlonlUbleli as II at In the usual liquid form Ilj 1Iase I vr nick woman to r Joclnf Moats Samaparllla lo asoild eitrktt know tllecurlnCpowerof hoods Sariaprlllt- wII h Tr ulnM IntUuliMi the rorttlY prop After a IIlnraLI hail milk lee and a trtlea of en rr mwllrlnal IncnIUnt dreadful core Sarnaparllla per- HoMlif dronUl nr lent bj nan 100 f tlfeUrltl Thl imrdlclnepurlHe l BIT dose one dollar v 1 Hood Co Lurch Mm and Invigorated taj whole system I t SPRI- NGJtCLEANING 2- I I Jv Is now tho order of tho day among tho house I3 keepers hairs want to remind you in this ad Ia vertisoment that they are headquarters for just Iwhat is necessary on such occasions namely tffc Floor Oil Cloths yard or two yards wide Mat 4ttinge Wool and Wool Mix Ingrain Carpets Car 3 Paper Curtain cods Extension Brackets 1 Lace Curtains Window Shades Rugs Etc II 3 Fairs Rugs 4t- i I 31o make a room look neat and tidy you must I3havo It now Rug11e want you to know that we Ithem in Smyrna Velvet Moquette or Brus 09 sols at just a shade lower than other houses Hell 4 3 thorn Wo invite you to see them whether you abuy or not 3 1 3 Fairs Carpets and Mattings 3 Cannot priceI3 Wo are some pretty woven 4121e3 and see our qualities before buying I Fairs Lace Curtains r Hero is where wo win Why Because we rbought some time ago before the advance turd- positively know that wo are selling curtains at 1 a pair that no house in Hartford nut duplicate for F less that 150 Our assertions are proven by tJp showing the goods Come to us = Fairs Basement 1Is full of articles at 5c and lOc that are indispen- sableF when it comes to giving the kitchen a rub such as China Tinware Grnnitewnre Glassware I Woodcnwaro and many other articles too numor f oud to mention that go right along with house rcleaning If BARGAINS are wanted folks gon xorally come to FAIRS BASEMENT Remem ber nothing over 5c and lOc Bring us your Wool Hams Feathers and Eggs They go as far as cash here ITHE BARGAIN GIVERS J = I 1 3aIaI444aI4 3333333a Hartford Republican FRIDAYMAY 4- 11IInolsCentraIRallroad l Tlme Table Norm lloiiiul Smlli nnnnd- Na102dia40nm I So 121do1L0lftIn NolJMuflfc30pnl Noinl lhte S4t piu 110102tIll 3M p m No UI due 84 a ma i Fresh Fish at City Restaurant City Restaurant feeds the people just the sameIIMy My aint those steak meals fine at City Restaurant Rev J A Bennett Nocreek was a pleasant caller Tuesday Ice Cream and all kinds of Cold Drinks at City RestaurantI Another barrel those Sweet I Tickles at City Restaurant A p For pretty Hosiery call at Fairs Good line Boys Clothing found at Fairs Fairs want your Wool They pay best prices I American Lady Corsets at Fairs The best made Mr W J McIntire Ceralvo was a pleasant caller last Saturday IViit Fairs basement for anything Everything 5c and iOc iCall at Z Wayne Griffins Drug- Store for all kinds of cool drinks Fairs want your Wool They pay cash or trade Bring it to them We have a small quantity of Pound Printsthe 1 goods at 50c at Car son Cos- Miss Lillie Bratcher city was the guest of relatives at Matanzas Sat urday and Sunday 4 rr tk a r t Oh my I what nice Steak and Fish you get at City Restaurant Mr L P Miles Horton was a- very pleasant caller Tuesday Working men should buy Carhar Overalls at Fairs None so good made City Restaurant is the most upto date place in Hartford Everything first class We want your Wool Will pay highest market price in cash at Carson Cos Just received a big shipment of Spring Shirts 50c 1 and 150 at Carson Cos Judge W B Taylor and fnmily spent Saturday at his former home near Rochester Do you want a nice Suit Ifs come to Fairs Their style and prices are right Senator Alvis S Bennett was the guest of his parents near Beda the first of the week Mrs W M Foreman Jr is the guest of her fatherinlaw Capt W M Foreman and family Have you seen Fairs new Fans and Neckwear A prettier line was never shown in Hartford See our line of Boys and Mens Clothing and get prices LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Three hundred bolts of Poun Prints regular price 1 for 10 days only 50c at Carson Cos For Sewing Machine supplies of- all kinds call on or write to Gross iVilliams at City Restaurant Dont forget we are headquarters for Linens and White Goods LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Judges J A Dean and W Scot ilorrison Owensboro were in th- ity on businesslast Tuesday We will have Special Bargains for everyone Saturday LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE An Ice Cold Drink of Soda Cream at Z Wayne Griffins will make life worth living this hot weather Fairs are showing a pretty lineo Vhite and Fancy Swisses Persia awns and Mulls for summer wear Mr Allen Gray of the East Hart ford neighborhood made us a pleaS- ant call while in town last Saturday Mrs M L Heavrin left Monday for Owensboro where she will be the guest of her father Dr L 1 Cox We want every housekeeper to see our 100 125 and 150 Lace Curtains LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE We have an elegant line of Gra uits for spring and summer wear Jont fail to see them at Carson 1 Co If you are in the market for Wagons Buggies Plows or any kind of arming Implements call on Carson t Co Leave your laundry at Cleve lIers grocery Work guaranteed Promp delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 46tf Coea Cola Lime Juice Orang Ice and any other cold drink you make made to order at Z Wayn Griffins The way the ladies buy Milliner at Fairs gives evidence of the suo icriority in style and lowness il1 price Come see Two thousand yards of Heav Domestic Comes in 1 to 4 yard engths g 5Jcts for the next fee lays at Carson Cos For sale 150 acres of land with hree miles of Hartford A bargai for cash Call on or address J F MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf Folks come to Fairs for Lace and Embroideries because thei prices are right and their selection the largest and prettiest Wo will sell all Dress Gingham at hOc during Friday Saturday Monday and Tuesday We hay Checks Stripes and all the soli Colors at Carson Cos Mr J W Hale was in the Cit the first of the week looking afte the interest of the Kentucky Ligh 4r Power Co Mr Hale is still Si very bad physical condition and wa I iccompanied by his wife who assist cd him in his work r if V th Mr V M Stewart Beda was a pleasant caller Wednesday Go to Long Cos Economy Store if you want something uptodate In Low Cuts The most uptodate Soda Fountain in town is at Z Wayne Griffins Drug Store The newest things in Millinery and Dress Goods are at Long Cos Economy Store The best ad cheapest line of Hosiery and Underwear is at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs S K Cox and daughter Miss Fannie are the guests ef Mrs J H White Charlestown Mo Hon M L Heavrin returned Wednesday from a few days busI- ness trip to Lebanon Ky You will like the styles and prices of our Ladies Hats LONG Cos Economy Store Have you seen our line of Mattini Linoleums and Rugs LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Fairs have the style in Footwea that is why they sell so many Another shipment this week Why pay 125 a yard for 36inc Black Silk when Fairs sell you the sarne quality for 1 a yard Rev G J Bean will preach the funeralof Mrs Nancy Cannon at Mt Vernon Sunday May 27 Mrs G W Feaganreturned Wednesday from a few days visit to her parents of Clayton Alabama If you are in need of Sideboard Folding Beds Carpets or any kind of Fur pure see Carson Co Mr J F Stowers of Eureka Ind is visiting in the county He paid us a pleasant call yesterday Mrs Alex Barnett entertained a few young folks in honor of Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley last Frida evening The following are among the Hartford people who have been attend ing the races at Louisville during the week Dr A F Stanley Messrs R D Walker U G Ragland John Taylor and Clarence Keown Miss Annie Daniel who is attend ieg school here visited her parent near Narrows last Saturday and Suriday She was accompanied home by Mr Loney Taylor Miss Lizzi Ford and brotherConnor Miss Rut Wiliams and Mr Fred Anderson William Arbuckle an old and highly respected citizen of Selec died Wednesday night aftera linger ing illness His remains were laid to rest yesterday at Smiths buryin ground a large number of sorrowin friends and relatives being present Dr and Mrs S J Wedding left Wednesday for Dundee where they will be the guests of Mrs Wedding mother Dr Wadding will go on to Owensboro Saturday where he has been invited to attend the lectur by Dr J N McCormick on the subject The Proper Relation of thE Medical Profession to the Public They will return Monday Miss Rena Vance the nineteen yearold daughter of Tom Vance- Ideceaseddied last Sunday aftcrnoo being moved from to Lonme Wimsatts She had been ill several months an it was thought the change woul do her good But she was too wea to withstand the physical strait Her remains were interred at th4 Milton Taylor graveyard Tuesday a- I 12 oclock a Social Notes Chester Keown was out of tow r Saturday and Sunday P D Grizzard Earlington visit ed friends in Hartford Sunday It Marvin Moseley visited friend near Prentis Sunday afternoon an evening Mr J T Hoagland passed throug town enroute to his home from th State College Monday ter R S Reeves Morgantown was h town Wednesday He is not related to John Ruben Reeves Prof P D Lilley of Pueblo Co l orado visited Miss Nettie Roger t from Friday until Monday- S1 s Misses Artie Wedding and Pear Thomas andMessrs George Levy1 and Harry Bennett attended th M S SSSSSCisssSSStsSD SSS9W THOSE HANDMADE I CLOTHES k IAdesire to sell a better Suit than tho other stores to keep in advance of our competitors at every Imark of the road led us to experimenting and now we have brought out with tho fullest measure of successTHE STERLING U HandMade Clothes For Men and Young Men These Clothes are just what the names imply HandTailored HandWorked Button Holes Best 4 5 Quality of Material and backed up by a written guaranteeThe 4 5 finest and best Clothes at the lowest prices that were ever shown in Hartford D oThese Clothes hold their shape in all weathers 0SFREE FREE FREE- We will give a Suit of Clothes FREE of any r charge to each man that buys a Suit hero and does- not get satisfaction out of it Is this not to convince any man that he gets his moneys worthr when ho buys his Suit here We want tot show you these Suits and want you to take ono home and show it to your friends and if you are not satisfied with your purchase just return it and we will take it back cheerfully U SHOESW- ealso want you to try on a pair of our Ameri can Gentlemen Low Cuts It is a pleasure to have i them on your feet for they make you forget theI pain that your other Shoes has given you American Gentlemen Shoes means Style Durability and Comfort for tho feet Wo give a GUARANTEE with each pair that is backed up by tho largest Shoe Company in the world also many citizens of Ohiotcounty who have worn these Shoes and wear them now SAM BACH Hartford Ky- SSSSSt9SSS95SSSSSSrSSs basket dinner at Dundee Sunday Misses Elba Bean Winona evens and Ella Moseley and Messrs Berry Taylor Grossie Williams and Evans Calais spent Sunday with Miss Mdseleys mother at Pleasant Ridge The week has been unusually bar ren of social events Even the rink ers have somewhat abated in their enthusiasm due largely to the insidious approach of summer e- e A gentleman visiting in Texas wrote to friends here this week that fish are caught hero with lassc ropes and that frogs are red t After a sleep of centuries we wel come you back on earth again Ani niasOur + social lives as well as our public and private lives should be not only free from gossip and slan der but they should never deviate from the path of rectitude and hon or Only the acts of the just Smell sweet and blossom in the dust T OASXOnABe- all taetheKind You Matt Always EougW aigaatue 11 of Notice The following districts have not filed census reports viz No 4Sulphur Springs 15 Hun ter 45 Greer 58 Moseley 81 Pink Hall 90 White Oak 105 Laws son and 112 Popular Grove These reports are past due and should be delivered at my office at the earliest possible time JAMES M DEVEESE S C S Ohio Co tK i wsY alv1FtdS 11 Sewing Machine 77 BARGAINSWe SECONDHAND SEWING MACHINES including all stotf ard makes many of them as good as new which will te sold at unheardof prices Come to Saunders Grocer Store on Main Street in Hartford and get the machine yon want Every one a bargaia They must go Come at once SAUNDERS CO- o I altlwtt awl Does Your Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what so take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years One lr cause of bad blood It a ilonUi liter Tbu luoilucrt TOIMMUM substances are absorbed Into the telex Keep the bowels open with Ay rt Illli 0ayetCoZowa16AIo lAIR VIGOR herscues Q vr haVI noiocreUt We pubUrt U formula of alt cur mtdlolnM r FIRST INDIAN IN LONDON ic Unusual Experience of a New Yorker and an English Boy In Capital Tells ot Acquaintance Tho first American Indian J over maw said a New Yorker BillsIw 1 had gone out to the show grounds early so as to look around a little in advance and while I was doing this I saw this Indian step out of his tepee and lie fixed my eye in a minute and I just stood there and looked at him lie was the real red man of the forest all right the kind you rend about in Indian stories and Iw looked it all over tall and straight and lithe and all that and he just stood there in front of his tent like a bronze figure silent and immov able never saying a word Next there stepped out of the tent a little Indian live or six years old maybe lie was the big Indians sou probably and a straight little chap he was lie stopped up alongside of his father Gild stool there jiiMt as si ill and sir lent and that certainly ovule a remarkable pair of hlt 11111 I toad and looked nt them with great interest And while I was standing then looking at them a little London cockney lad maybe 1U or 14 years old fame along and stopped anil looked at them too with interest but with a little different sort of interest from mine lie had in his hand a biscuit or a hun or sonic thing mud after hid been stand ing there a minute or t wo lie begun picking little bunches of it out oft this bun and rolling them in dough pills between his lingers and thick ing these pills at the small Indian Neither the big Indian nor the little one stirred or said a word i while this was going on They just stood there just the same until finally the little cockney lad landed one of those pills square in the little papooses eye And the big Indian spoke He didnt move lie didnt stir he didnt shift a hair hut he didnt need to take any action what he said was enough And lie didnt say Ugh Ugh or talk any sort of Indians at all But standing there perfectly l still never moving a muscle and t speaking quietly and coldly he proceeded to tell the lad in detail and not in Indian but in straight New York Gashouse precisely what lie would do if he plugged an other pill at the little Indian If a statue hind spoken to me in r that sort of language Ieon ldnr have been more surprised than I was to hear the Indian talking II r anti what with the surprise of ir ivmnuimmgill rand still more I guess the very hit the little cockney lad hurl He certainly did not throw any more pellets at thl papoose and pretty soon he passed on and I went on myself not lost after that leaving the Indian still standing there im movable STORIES OF SNOW TRAILS Some of Them Are Tales of Tragedies- of the WoodlandsAnimalsOut When I went out to study the language of the trails says E 11 Baynes In Harpers Magazine the snow lay three and a half inch es deep U hilt crossing a frozen pond I ran upon time trail of a mink a trail which always follow if I have time as there is sure to be a story in it as a newspaper man would say The trail in this particular depth and quality of snow consisted of a series of ob long holes made by the four feet of the mink at the end of each ponditheline of the shore stopping mud there to ruse under rockshllll roots until he readied a where a stream Mowed into the pond Then he hind followed tit blink of the stream and presently had reached a hole in the ice where his footprints disappeared showing that he had entered the water A little farther on there was another hole wlidre lie laid come out again and it was evident from time trampled bloodstained snow timid the fish scales lying about that lie hind captured a fish and that he had eaten it on this i spot And where the snow hUll been wet tile mink had left clear f rr individual impressions pf his feet One unaccustomed to the white woods can hardly realize the mini hOI of woodland tragedies to bl found recorded in the snow Tin wolves foxes wild emits mink weasels and other carnivorous an imals are literally out for blood mind the very fact that their tracks mire found at all is rood evidenc that a fair measure of success at tends their expeditious That they are alive menus that there havi been many deaths and most o these deaths were tragic I was once following the trail of a rub bit yen I found it abruptly joined by that of a weasel From this point the two trails had tin same direction and often thev were interlaced They led mi1 through a wood over rocks timid between tree trunks ton pile o brush left by the lumbermen Here time rabbits tracks elided in a mass of gray fur which nursed in the wind and beyond the brush I pile for a leap or two the tracks of the weasel were bloody STRAW HAT SALE IN WINTER Tar Wear in Florida Where the Summer Season His Optnedav Proceeds North 4111 always carry II good stork oi straw limits in wither laidiJ New York hatter and the severe the winter the more straw hats we sell The simple reason for this is that in such a season more pro pre go south and it is to people go hag well south that we sell straw hats here ill winter They are wtmiugNhaw hats in Florida now south of St Augustine You Would find some straw hats worn in that city hut at Or nioiid Palm Beach and Miami mud elsewhere throughout tUe Florida peninsula south of St Angnstint straw hats mite now commonly worn and are required for comfort The suns limit storks that wo carry in winter here and at lilt agencies in Florida are not of the hats left over front the stocks of till preceding season here but ad vance supplies of new fresh goods front stocks made up for the suc ceeding season Time straw limit season in this country really opens in Florida in winter and the limits we are now selling for wear there are of the styles of 1IOJ sTJcli as will become familiar here when in due time the straw season shall lucre opened in New York Iie begin making straw hats for the next years trade on August lu said a straw hat manu factnrer and this work goes on actively all through the fall and winter When people here in New York are going around in heavy overcoats and furs we are selling straw hats for future de livery and the distribution of straw hats to more distant south em points begins in winter so that tle jobbers 1II1 retailers at these points may have their storks ready for the opening of the sea son The straw hat season opens in Florida not only for the tourists but fordwellersintliestatcabout February 1 In New Orleans and tileybeIgiu son straw hats begin to blossom further tutu further north until we get the opening of the straw limit season in New York about the last ofMav flew Zealand Ken A curious victim of hasty conclu sion seems to be tin ken whoso ex termination is likely to result from its reputation throughout New Zealand as a sheep killer It is generally believed hat this parrot kills many animals by a cruel way of pecking into their sides hut n recent careful investigation falls to give the slightest evidence oi the habit The investigators le Bide that the birds ill repute has arisen from its inordinate curios ity somebody having jumped ai the inference of slaughter when it was inspect ing a dead carcass Another Quarrel Started I node these biscuits myself David said MrsCopperlield with honest pride They look very nice Dora replied David picking one of them up and making an effort to split it And they are still hot How long aro did youaltcast them Stray Stories COLLEGE STUDENT PEDDLER Tinny Earn Way Through School by Selling Wares of FarmerProfit in Several Directions f College students wereemployed last summer ill peddling vegeta tiles for a farmer at Houghs Neck I Mass Young 11111 Iron Harvard nil Dartmouth iliimijli the outs only Americans employed Ui farmhands and the pickers being engdoyflice of their self respect as stu dents and which yielded them large returns in health and money The college boys were not re quired to cry their wares Kadi fellow had a regular route which he covered daily taking orders ttiid delivering the same as the gro iyasfexpected to load his wagon and to make his own collections As it is almost wholly rash trade the col Icctiug takes almost no extra time As soon as a man has M lil his load he returns and has the rest of the day to liinmelf Mr avanaghs farm lwiuh sit anted nt a Hummer regoflthc ml Icjrp 1 Midsi hud t he opportunity to enjoy iiiiny nt its ilrnurtino combined tau wiih work Win they returned in college UK bronzetinted faces ebuir yes mI III I increased weight told how w their work had agreed with them maul their work had bred sit tiste tory also to their employer Mr Cavanagh who has Irii been a progressive farmer Hri conceived the not ion of put ting ml lege men on his vegetable nan1f- lw months ago His lougexj once with college students in tlicii summer activities made liiii fee1 sure that the opportunity to dn light farm work would be gladly accepted by young men who wen putting themselves through col loge so when the vegetable sea son opened he went to the employ incut bureau at Harvard mind strained from there nod front Dart mouth as many men as he could cm I ploy When till farmers in tin neighborhood first heard of Mr tai anaghs idea as to vegetable pd- dlers they snorted in disdain igetallthaIivliat Intuitlaconfirmed when they heard of their arrival one tiny late in June The men who tool them down to the farm heard one ask the other pointing to suite lettuce if those were pea hushes His companion did not know what those were hilt suggested tomatoes 1ea bushes spluttered the farmhand ill telling the story and tomatoes Oh just wait tin itil they get an order fur lima beans they will probably fetch a squash lint it did not take them j lung to learn the different kinds of- vegetables not only to list ingutah between them but to learn mill about their cultivation so tint intelligentlyIIt is an interesting fact in illus rating the change in the nationality of farm employes in recent years that these college men were the only Americans employed on the farm All tins Held hands were Italians timid the pjckers were rwRmJSJOEl EIEID2D2producu tbDabovo eabcnttlaberttftultrapdqulcklr- oCur ih Vounemen wilt regain their tort lnabbood5n4 cia men will recover their youthful vigor br uslns ItCVIVO It quickly and euroly restores Ncrrous cccf Lost Vitality Impotency Nlgbtlr EroUilont Lost Power Falling Memory Wcstlna Dlccuci and all erects ct eoltabiiso or cxcefeanil indltcretlor uhlcb unSte ono for Btndy bu lnff or mamaie It not only cutes by starting ct tho mat of dlieue but liacrcat nerve tnnlo and blood builder brine lea back the pink glow to palo checks nar Itorlnr tho firo of yontb It wnrdt or Insaaltl and Coninmptlon Insist oa baring IlETIVOi BO ether It can bo carried in vest 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people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which Is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 eta 30 miles 16 cts 45 milc3 20 cLs c J W OBANNONI Beaver grJ f C p r FREE TRIP TO- MAMMOTH CAVE Offered By The Republican tc School Boys of Ohio County Our Readers Will Name the Most Popular Boy in Each Mag isterial District How many persons in Ohio county have seen the Mammoth Cave Situated less than 100 miles from us it is Visited every year by people from every land as one of the seven wonders of the world Doubtless many of our readers have been embarrassed when in other Statesthey were asked to describe the wonderful Kentucky Cave and were compelled to admit to the utter astonishment of the ques tioner that they have never seen it To contribute somewhat toward this necessary part of the boys education the management of this paper has decided to inaugurate a pilgrimage to the cave for the first week in September of this year and seven school boys one from each Magisterial district in Ohio county between the agO of 12 and 2awill be given the trip free of charge accompanied by one of the editors OUR PLPIoNEvery school boy in Ohio county who was not less than 12 no more I than 20 years old January 1 1900 will be entitled to be voted for The candidate receiving the largest numbs of votes cast for any one in his district will be entitled to the trip Every candidate must reside in the I i district from which he is named and the right is reserved to withdraw the otter in any district from which only one is nominated Every years subscription to TllKHKiUHlJCAN of 100 whether arrears or advance will entitle the subscriber to 10 vote 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 illigible as a candidate Per tons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following lndlot TaE DISTRJLCTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTUICT No IEast and West Hartford Last and West Beaver ham and PrcnlU voting precincts DISTRICT No 2Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTIUCT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magnn vot ing precincts DISTUICT No IFnst and Wet FordBville JEtimvillo Shrove Kulph and Herbert voting precincts DISTUICT No 5Bala Heflin Buford and Uartlctts voting precincts PIHTUUT No GCentertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Phmsant ting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport McIIenry Render and Oiol Springs voting precincts 001E 044O d40 ddb0 00 4144 q Of I Free Trip to Mammoth Cave + JPIcast this ballot of votes I For dWI District No Precinct d Signed tl1 Address d State County m 21lJ AB BBBD g oq8 RK4c SIE 3 RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFINt mmSet1Mit1gs m IEUROPEAN HOTELS i The Home for Ohio County People Elegant Clean Rooms and Polite Attention S W J x Corner Second and Jofftirson Streets 4 COLLINS GRIFFIN Props m9 21 l1B tc 1E tBLACK BIRKHEAD i4 SbtJ 4PROPRIETORSi4 4 Hartford and t Transfer i LINE4 General Liverymen tt Jj Best of attention given to stock New stable Main 1A 41 4 street Hartford Ky bit v i J y utr 1 J M L J j t THE E J r S Various JE v hat ar Prefers 1 rt tin tmtiIn tlc inlet rol tllf west where till snow atrt1 frozen to a dry pow fob drivers use a shoe tl et long and fairly imrro f- OR ti are coats In till ill midwinter uiul Jry 11 lie cesvsilates an i fr IIlIlh-etot hoe I hietI-irds the len Ii foal her toe of the shot is lira d np liirnod In the boat i 11 till filling is elevedypua e Bents a concave niirla i ai snow and does not shil y hilt Tonics up null forwa al the long body mid lice always re main down even at a fast pace lii Kastern Canadi where the country is less open the snowslioi is an almost exact opposite Itl shamFlit oval is shorter anti broadened until it appears very clumsy nevertheless it has been generally airepted for all routd use In this model the toe hole lo placed further forward for ease ill hill climbing says L n Hherman in Outing The clubshoes in the mnrhet todity follow this design except that they have upturned toes whereas the t nippers nnd lumber men claim that it is easier to climb hills on the slat toe model especially when carrying a park 01 dragging a toboggan A specially designed shoe called a hill climber leas no filling forward of the toe hole uor back of the star cross piece beside being ver coarsely meshed To borrow from an expressive friend who owns It pair If you always climbed it would be a cinch but theyre tin divil and 1111omllljdown Wher c the forests are very dense the In dian uses a fairly hlo1 hoe uhont tbree feet in length enabling him to slipsmoothly about through tin trees with small danger of tang ling the tails in the thick under brush which would be sure to happen incessantly if they were plod eled mutter those used on till open plainsThere is another interestin model formerly used in time Adi rondacks and now mostly confln to the Rocky mountains called the bearpaw shoe It is a per feet oval in shape Jiaving no heel or tail It measures about 18 b 1 It inches anti is coarsely strung the meshes being two to four inch en across This coarse mesh h very necessary where the snow h moist as otherwise the shoe wouh load up at every step and maki traveling impossible Most of tin eastern shoes are closely meshed as the snow being light and fine h- It wooded country sifts easil through BIG SCANDAL VANISHES t Jed Spaldings Opponent Was VLlv ing with Another Mans Sister According to Minister The lute Jed Spalding of Mich gun who weighed 5151 pounds an stood six feet live in his socks one of the best jokers in the sttitt lie hind a brotherinlavr in politics whom he did not like very well and once very vigorously oppose his candidacy for mayor of For Huron Mich One day while tD ministers of the city held a meet iug to decide which candidate t support Jed happened to mee one of the pastors on the way tthe meeting This preacher wa an aged Scotchman and somewha hard of hearing He told Spaldin that he would do nil he could t prevent the brotherinlaws ir dorsement mull asked for apointc or two for speech Spalding eve ready for a joke saw his chance and pulling hIs pastor asidi shouted in his enl My brothel I law is living with another man sisterYou dont tell me the pasta said and he hurried off to th meeting to spread the new among the ministers He got tb platform and immediately said TJio Democratic candidate is most wicked wretch He is livlr with another mans sister lhv1t- he word of his brotherinlaw Jo Spalding for it- hnnledately the meeting was ii an uproar The mention of Jess Spaldiug was enough Time laugJi became tumultuous but tli ltcI didnt notice the mistak c f INt utbet thai 1D IIoU for That Iapi IICOUll here sir youdeseSnuill io bitterlyOh yes tbftts n ut the only thing that you a iii ver do agree uboultn ies J1 r3I O RsAsean theThe Kind You Km Always BoJgn 8lgnr I III Anybody who has had a good case ol sicKnes must huve felt that he wuuiu wtcome th electric chair as rebel sow an leotric chair for sicKWss liaR been tested in an En i Jin channel steamer and un ocean liner You pit in a snug armchair t A moter under the seat is connected with a ships electric current You sit and take vibratery treatment Up and down and crosswise you are shaken Most sitters need but one treatment Their tendency to sea themItljatIi you not a cure Ecasicknca is essentially a nervous malady and that vibration reduces imagiI4 on the new armchair if it can block quickcoming seasickness But many believe and many doubt Not a thing harmful in One Min ute Cough Cure but it relieves a cough quickly cuts the phlegm Healing and soothing Sold byZ Wayne Griffin Bro m Antomatic Cow Alilker A New Zealander ie th e patentee of a device with a lot of ingenious details and a central pumping station all designed to extract milk by ma chinery to put this great timesaver into operation a band is hastily cou pled about each bovine waistline to this is attached the tubeline and from this branch out pieces of hose terminating in complers collapsibli pouches surrounded by an inflexible outer wall If bossy is restless the displacedgear her kicking over the milkpail so t i speak Finally the milk passes dowi tho chute and into a receptacle where itjarrives already strained Wonderful age we are coming to apparaItubes couple up five or six times to bearingtcams rollers clean out the tubes and chu tes wash the strainer and then si I down and let the old machine do th v work A good complexion is impossibl with the stomach out of order If pasty sallow people would pa more attention to their stoma h and less to the skin on their faces they would have better complexions Kodol for Dyspepsia will digest wha I you eat and put your stomach bac- s in the right shape to do itown work Kodol relieves palpitation of th heart flatulence sour stomach heart burn etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffii I Bro m t r rContributed Freely Narrows Ky May 1A sign o petition is being circulated here t Ordinary in its purpose it is extra dinary in its means of accomplish B ment The petition follows t Help the Famined Japanese t Obeying impelling instincts o pity for suffering manand followin the time honored American precep r of generous contribution to destruc r tion wherever it exists we whos names are affixed hereto subscrib one million dollars to the famin stricken inhabitants of the empire o s JapanEverybody to whom the petition p and the following typewritten lette I which accompanies itis shown sign u it readily lIon John D Rockefeller Cleveland New York etc t SirWe the sunbrowned farmer outcabins CfC a quarter of a centu- d with Standard Oil have decided t contribute one million dollars to th starAing victims of an unyielini u crop season in Japan and hereby di rect you as a holder of our wcalt e to forward at once the amount ind Ij catedto the Red Cross Associatio I atTokio Japan Respectfully etc STRONG Again T j J Is what Mrs Lucy Sto7allofTiltonQju said after taking Kodol Dysptpila Cur Hundreds I cfothirwsak N women are being re l pufectm r edy YOU maybe jIwsuIf you will take InSlgistloncausM nearly all the sickness that women have It deprives the system of nourish t meat and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become I diseased Kodol t Dyspepsia CureJf enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes I the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour S risinzs belchin heartburn andall stomach disordersDigests What You Eat DI1e bottl11434 ryt4 I t1 rltlntt ti nth u U rteqfaDDAI- tItrllr nill aeeal1 nti Hold by Z WAYSK UKItFIA t Big Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN For April 1906I Minnesota North and Soilth Dakota Manitoba Western Ontario Saskatchewan 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T wan Nsiua1rP Firstclass typewriter n paper for sale at this of fice cheap F Yr w oj n Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co ncororpoted It thing the matter with- u UHinrhs I have the Cumber tit I Itphone in my residence and p r Hi lioness My business baa ctfHHrrl d my wifes voice Is nevi ifl i Crumble shout the Tele ph r Yours fur good service and nilematiK competition J E PATH Mg- r1JylilEilbCZr1iiT Ohio County illrcultCoort TF Illrkhrad Judge Ben D llDKOAttornej Oscar Mldkltt Jailer Ed O Inrrnsi Clerk Frank L Felix Matter Corn ilmlonrr Y L tloeeley Trait Jury Fend It lMnrtln Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff a llrnttber L P Crovder E U Megan Orait ollard 7CoartronTene flnt Monday In March end August and continues three eknnnd third Monday In May and November wo week County Court W II Taylor Judge W8 InKleyClerkjEMWoodwnrd Attorney Hart Jid AVCourtconrenee llfOt Monday In each monthpuarterlyCourtDegs on the third Monday D January April July an October Court of Clalmi Conrenrt liMIt Monday In Jan nary Tuesday after encond Monday In October Other Officer X1 Morley Surveyor Shop W Leach AiM orllob ItoyJameii DeWeeiw School Superintendent Hartford Jerome Allen oronerJln o 7uatieea CourtsN Ilnrrati Hearer Iani March 24 June M September 24 December 24 w1Mlller Howe Ilrnnch March 26 June 23 September 25 December 20 W S Dean Dundee March 27 June 20 Sep ember 28 December 27 W R Edge FonUrlllt March 2S Juno S September 27 Demn her 2S 11 S Chamberlain lleda March 2 June 2S September 23 December 20 Herbert tender CentertownMarch 30 June 20 September 29 December SO John Mllee llockport March 31 June 30 September 30 December 3- 1XZartford 3cllce Court n R Wedding Judge JII Glenn City At orny Seth Jdoseler Marshal Court convene second Monday In enchmontb I5ellffiovi i S rvlo ME Church SonthSerTlcea third Sunday each month at 11 a m and 7 pm and econ meetiogerer3Wedneedayevening Baptist Church Serrlceabeld Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sondaynlght- and fourth 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BUSY READER An injunction has been grayted in Jiciinsvillc prohibiting t enforce JIWM of the law requiring 01 tlJ iKJk pt off the streets A fommittec of bondholders has lit suit in Boston asking for the pjwntment of a receiver for the t s =American Reserve Bond Company of Kentucky 4 The Senate has agreed to take up the Railroad Rate Bill today and begin voting on the amendment The general impression is that a final vote will be reached within a week from that date The Paris police have arrested most of the labor loaders who were in charge of the proposed May day demonstration and others have sought safety in flight Final mili tary and police arrangements have been made for the control of situation ROXEY i May IFarmes are jubilcnt over I i the fine rains we are having at the presentBorn to the wife of C W Shields I j a fine boy the 27th ultIWe are glad to Leach is able to be out again I i S P McKinney and family Cromwell visited the family of L A San defur at this place Saturday night and Sunday Miss Mattie McShery visited Mrs Jossie Imbry last Saturday and Sun dayA B Leach visited his sister Mrs Norbra Raneyof Butler county last weekJ P McCoy and family visited their parents L R Taylor last SundayCASTOR IAF- or Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 8lgaattuttof b- 1ff 4 Things E 41 41 For Springb t 41 I Is now the foremost thought in the minds of ovory i ont It has however boon in our mind for the tR past three months and wo now feel in a position 41to please and satisfy our many patrons and many = now ones too We will deem it a pleasure tad a J = favor if you call at our store at your earliest con = 9 Y venienco and examine the many now things wo fi are showing in Spring Designs in our various den 41 41IQ 41 partments tAtl 1 Clothing for All fi In Mens and Young Mens Clothes you will fc 41 hurl a good display of hobby designs that just ar bI41rived from the tailoring shops of Sell wabSt Louis J These garments are identical with the finest pro t l J ducts of firstclass custom tailors with the excep b 41 tion that our prices are less than half At 415 i t 4and up we can supply you with suits that fit pelti t 41 and are handtailored throughout The b1 J custom tailor asks Sltl and up In garments he J- Jj t low 15 we show exceptionally good values in 1 neat and desirable patterns 9 4InChildrens Clothing wo hire a good display j 4 will interest economical mothers You will tfj be surprised at the many pretty things we show 9 t3at very moderate prices and we assure you they will stand the hard wear that the boys give them fc 41in outdoor 1111u47 In every way you will find our store the best jj q place to fill your spring wants An early visit jj- lj will be greatly appreciated t4 9- n 4c4 41 c 1he Store Wr S1yoSeice unU auto11 II1 9 1 4 Carson Company I 4 41 41 I CORPORATEDE9 41 bs 4 9t +++++++++ l+++++++++++++ ++++4+f++ r ++ ++++ I BANK OF HARTFORD I PO1CA11C1 IHM 1JNC01 iCapital 4000000Surplus 12 OOOOO- j Stockholders Addil 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