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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1- i tjt lIartfDt JtpnblicftuJ YearII VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 11 1906 No 43 I ALL BIDS REJECTED Wew Proposals Asked fo f Building MHERR Small Contractors To Be Give An Opportunity Green Riv er Bridge Under Contract J thFMadisonville Hartford Eastern railroad about 76000 too high All former bids have accordingly bee rejected and a new deal ordered c In addition to giving the largo i contractors an opportunity to scale thoir bids the work will be offered in short sections giving the small contractors an opportunity to get in on the ground floor I A good deal of disappointment has JlOn expressed because the contracts I have not been awarded many per I sons even doubting reasons assigned for the delay Howeverit is known that Green river bridge is already f under contract and that a great fdeal of necessary work is now go on every day From the best information obtained from reliable sources we believe that active work on the grades will be under way very i soonThe citizens of Hartford and vicin ity who have so much at stake will be very glad when the suspense is over Former Ohio County Woman Dies at Hardinsburg Mrs M A Bowmer daughter o Rev It G Gardinerdicdinllnrdins burg last Sunday Rev Gardiner was for years a leading Methodist preacher in this county in the early days lIe had charge of the No t creek M E church for a long time Vfliid no man who ever ministered to the people there was more beloved It was while Rev Gardiner was liv ing in this county that Mrs Bowmer was born sixty years ago In the Hardinsburg Democrat Mrs A M Kincheloe pays her thi beautiful tribute What Mrs Bowmer was to he mother brother and children cannot be told The whole community sympathizes with them in their irreparable loss Her place cannot be filled Next to her home her church and Sunday school ant Womans Home Mission ary Society was given her thought tune and strength The childrens society was her dearest work after the care of her loved ones in her own home She had organized this society about four or five years ago and they had undertaken the ed ucation of a little girl in Porto Rico How well they had done probably is jot generally known In addition to this they had assisted in local work and sent help to the Orphans Homes of the church The cause of t suffering ignorant outcast children was Mrs Bowmers work and to interest the children who had advan tages to assist their little brothers and sisters was her daily thought The funeral was held at the resi dence of her mother Mrs Gardiner this morning at 10 oclock after which the remains were laid to resin t the Hardinsburg cemetery f Birthday Celebration 11 The friends and relatives of Mrs Sarah P Barrettcf Barretts Ferry gave her a surprise birthday 4 dinner May 6 at the residence of her son W W LoydMrs Barrett was born in Rockingham county North Carolina 81 years ago and moved with her fathers family when she was 8 years old to Kentucky Her first marriage was to W W Loyd I result of this union was two Ilhe and two daughters Mrs E A WW Loyd John P Loyd Mrs W H Foreman Her sec ond marriage was to Thos JBar rett The result of this union was I kone son Thos W Barrett present and participating were Mrs Ann Hurt Mr and Mrs Uriah Coppage Mr and Mrs Blacklock and four children 1James VV- n i SSJY eu yS Carl Roy Sottie Maude and Claud Mrs Mary E Daniel Miss Edna Daniel Mr and Mrs Mack sonTCarolina Green Mrs E A Therber Mrs Mary Therber and daughter Loyntl nn wife and three children Joe Ira an Mary L L Loyd and wife and son Orvil Mr Edgar Wedding Foremaft antl Misses Lucile and Bonnie Barrett manyr1more o the writer L B MUST SERVE TERM Hiram C Powers Must go to Penitentiary for Twen tyone Years The case of Hiram C Powers who was convicted in the Circuit Court here last August was affirmed by the Court of Appeals last Wednesday Powers was found guilty of manslaughter and his punishment fixed at twentyone years in the peniten tiary which was affirmed by the high er court Pending the Appeal Powers has been in jail here H will probably be carried to Eddy ville penitentiary about the first of June as the Appelate Court mandate will be issued about that date The olliense for which Powers must serve this term was the killing of thifs 1905 Golden Wedding Rev E M Crowe and wife eel e brated their golden wedding Mon day A large number of their friends called during the day to offer their congratulations and good wish es A pleasant feature was the pre sentation to the old couple of 4600 in gold which had been donated by many friends in and around Harts ford Bro Crowe made a brief feeling speech in response to the pre- r sentation by H Holbrook Light refreshments were served to all who came The old people left yester day for Bowling Green where they will make their future home with their daughter Resolutions of Respect Whereas it is known to this lodge that Nicholas Barrass the distin guished father of our brother E G Barrass died at his home in Tay lor Mines on April 29th 1906 Now therefore be it resolved 1st That in his death the county looses one of its most valuable citi zens and each member of this lodge a personal friend 12nd That we express our profound regretfulness over the irretrievable loss to our brother E G Barrass and extend to him our tenderest sympathies We commend the life of his father to him as one worthy of emulation 3rd That we extend our sympathy to the entire family conscious and mindful of the bereavement of each 4th That a copy of these resolu tions be spread upon the minutes of our lodge that copy be sent to the family and a copy be sent to each of the local papers for publication Done by order of the lodge May 8th 1906 JAMES M DEWEESE C M CROWE C M BARNETT Insurance Payed Promptly Westerfield Ky May 7 1906 MrS R Dent Hartford Ky Dear S5r Please thanks for yourself and the United States Lile Insurance Company for the very promptpnyment of claim under policy held by my tate husband John W Stinnett Wishing your Com pany success and prosperity I remain MARY M STINNETT NOTEProofsof the above death were received at the New York office only four days previous to date of above letter STRIKE CALLED OFF Operatorss ISigned Agreement for Three Years CtlayAftercarryind r months the pubcommittees repre worksj nerg and operators of Eastern Pen sylvania decided to continue the award of the Strike Commission for another three years and the men return to work as soon as practicable probably Monday All miners who have not commit- ed violence against persons or pro erty will be reemployed and no one will be discriminated against because of any activity he may have taken in the strike movement This outcome of a dispute which threatened to develop into a long bitter struggle and paralyze a grea industry looked upon with consider able satisfaction by the coal road Presidents as the agreement enter ed into is their first proposition made early in March in reply to the mine workers original demands The miners had little to say re garding the agreement except the it was the best they could do The pointed out however that the agreement entered into is the firs general agreement that has ever been signed between the operators an miners and they look upon it as step forward in their effort to have regular agreements with their em ploycrs Congressional Convention caned to Meet at Hodgenville Pursuant to call a meeting of the Fourth Congressional Republican District Committee of Kentucky was this day held in Room33 Hardesty Hotel Lebanon At said meeting it was ordered and directed by said committee that all the Republican County Committees in this the Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky call mass conventions to meet in all the precincts of thei respective counties on Saturday t June 30 1906 at one oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend county conventions directed to be called by said county com mittees to meet Monday July 2 1906 at one oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend a Congressional District Convention hereby called to meet in Hogenville Kentucky Tuesday July 10th 1906 at 11 oclock a m standard time to nominate a candidate for Con gress in this the Fourth Congression al District of Kentucky to be voted for at the November election 1906 The basis of representation in each county shall be entitled to in saidI district convention shall be one dele gate for each one hundred 100 or fractions over fifty 50 votes cast for President Roosevelt in 1904 viz Breckenridge 24 Bullitt 6 Grayson 22 Green 12 Hardin 17 Hart 18 LaRue9 Marion 12 Meade 130hio 3 Taylor llWashington 14 Lebanon Ky May 1 1906 M L HEAVRIN Chmn 4th Con Rep ComKy B T CONWAY Secy Protem Court House Chat iAnd Irnest Woodward is trying Ito catch a cardinal Heres to the Knights of Pythias Their deed to to the jail lot was re corded this week and a 5000 structure wit be built this summer Miss Stella Woerner has brought melody to the dingy walls of this old temple that has so long resounded with the harsh notes of strife and the minor cords of woe A mockingbird enscounded in her office forth a constant volume of music and mimicry that ought to make Esq Dean look pleasant but it wouldnttIn one of Tom Moores Oriental Po ems he tells us that a human soul had been expelled from the Gates of Paradise and wandered over the Earth disconsolate until informed a by the merciful St Peter that if it would bring to the celestial gat that thing most holy in the sight of Heaven it might regain admission The spirit wondered over the earth until it found a battle field where handful of men fought to deat for thoir country and homes and pierceea o his blood and flew with it to the Rena kissing her plague stricken babe an snatching a sigh forced from the thee as e In disappointment the spirit search thept of Heaven is a human life say from degration and sin And now for the application There is a decent healthy industrious young girl fifteen years of age in this county antare no kinspeople Her estate consisting of few hundred dollars is almost ex hausted and unless a home can be found for her at once she will be committed to the connty poorhouse To lasting stigma and reproach in theeyes of the world and to a life of personaY tict a young I and character precious in the sigh peoplae less and no one has offered to take her int The gloom that overclouded the Court House crowd when they learn ed ofthe death of Uncle Nicholas Barr last week was real and pro found Now that heis gone his loss is felt most keenly by his lodges hi laborers and his party Many a sick man has been furnished the necessa ries of life by Uncle Nicholas until he could resume his work in the mines and no good cause failed when it appealed to his generosity Un rlike others he had no cause to com plain of tho worlds ingratitude as he had been repeatedly tendered any office his party could give in Western Kentucky but refused them all un tithe accepted the nomination for Magistrate in a Democratic last fall in order to assist his friends on the County ticket His overwhelming victory was a surprise wen to his friends After lifes fit ful fever he sleeps and if the re spect of the rich and the gratitud- of the poor united together in his praise might sweeten his slumber he sleeps well With this issue the Court house chat will end It was ever a thing of shreds and patches begun in dark hours of the writers life an whether or not it helped others it helped the writer to forget for a few moments his painful past his disap pointed dreams and a dreary pres wrinter has written without malice If we have called attention to the fact that W S Tinsley breathes short it is because he is too lazy to get along one that Oscar Midkiffs head has only one functionto keep balanced his body that Ernest Woodward is a coyete wolf in a donkeys skin that Jim DeWeese can smile and smile and behimselfstillIf we have done any of these things we did so like the country teacher for their good and not for our pleasure and because we think the world needs A little work a little play To keep us goingand so Good Day A little trust that when we die We reap our sowingand so Good Bye 4 a A torpid inactive liver can poduce more bodily ills than almost anything else It is good to clean the system occasionally Stir the liver up and get into shape generally The best results are derived from the use of DeWitts Little Early Risers Re liable Effective pleasant pills what a reputation Never gripe Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m STREET FAIR- e And Home Coming of Ohio Conn flans to be Held i1Jane2223 i prefmen for Street Fair to bo held at Hrrtford June 22 and 23 DruggisttheJof a member A S of E of Ohio county between the age of 16 and 22 yearslamp 10 00 Lady receiving 2nd highest vote present to be selected 6 GrocerymanbestJ Best pound cake 5 00 Winning cakes to be property o donor City Restaurantbest mare 1and Suckling colt 7 Second best 2 7 Sam Bach Dry Goods an Clothing Merchantbest suckling mule colt suit hat and shoes 15 00 8 RWKing Jeweler and Optician iJldest gentleman or lady present 1 oair gold rim spectacles G 50 10 Black Birkhead Livery menhandsomest turnout 1 set of buggy harness 15 00 13 U S Carson Groceryman best suckling colt foaled in 1906shot- t gun 10 00 15 A D White Hardware and Groceriesworst turnout two or more to enter 3 00 17 Ohio County Bankbest boy rider under 15 years of age 5 00 18 First National Bankbest la dy rider regardless of age 15 00 2nd best both in goldI 10 00 Rules governing the Fair and rest of premium list will appear next- s week Knights of Pythias to Have Ne Hall The Local Lodge Knights of Pyth ias has leased for 99 years a lot from Ohio County 85 by 160 feet on th South side of the public square and will take steps at an early daytoerec a fine building The consideration was 500 and the money will come in handy just now while the town will exchange a hog pen for a splen willtalso be an ornament to the town At the regular meeting Tuesday night the lodge appointed the fol lowing members to prepare plans and devise means for construction DreJ R Pirtle Judge J S Glenn and J H Williams Resolutions of Respect The following resolutions were adopted by the Little Clifton Local Union No 1462 of the A S of E ourdwho departed this life on April 29 1906 Whereas It has pleased God in His divine wisdom to call from our earthly meeting our beloved brother to that meeting in the Great Beyond Whereas In the walks of life he will be greatly missed Resolved That in his death our lodge has lost one of its worthy members the community a good citizen the children a kind and af fectionate father and the wife a loving husband Resolved That we as members of the A S of E extend our heart felt sympathy to the family in the sad hour of bereavement and point them to Him who doeth all things wellResolved That these resolutions be spread on the minutes of our Local Union published in the Up toDate Farming in both our coun ty papers and a copy be sent to the family of the deceased brother E P COOPER ELBERT CARDEN Com OTIS H STEVENS Notice to the General Public I would respectfuly call attention to the following facts that after the new law becomes operative which will be in June all deeds and transfers of real estate before the S yVa r Ny iY same can be placed to record must plainly state where the next preceed ing deed or writing is recorded giv ing office book page and date from whom obtained and in every case except cash in full is paid must give the grantors pest office ad dress All Mortgages and other liens on realty same as deeds and 1a1l mortgages and every form of lien must give the P 0 address of the mortgagee or holder of the notes c If the above is not com oTdeedsW S TINSLEY Clerk Ohio County Court CENTERTOWN andtare on business enf is here visiting his family Miss Sallie Warden and sister todgone to fill a position with the L C RR 0 B Haskins and wife McHenry are visiting the family of John Hill Mrs Wade Stratton Cromwell is here visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs S W Jones Misses Edna Bosket and Ura Mad shorttweek They were accompanied home by Mr Elmo Sublett Mr Wilson of Bowling Greenvis ited Alvin Rowe this week Mrs May Givens of Caneyville made a visit to the family of E M Morton last week RENDER May 8Messrs Simon Jones J W Baker Jno H Barrass and Alfred Dexter went to Louisville last Wed thewracesMr and Mrs Sam James Jr were in Hartford last Wednesday wasefromtFriday Mr and Mrs Albert Leach Taylor Mines were here last Saturday Mr and Mrs Joe Bennett Beda were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alex Bennett last Saturday and Sun SundayEdward Barrass and daughter Miss Maggie spent the day in Taylor Mines last SaturdaybMr and Mrs C C Baize Taylor Mines were here last Sunday Morton McDowell Taylor Mines was here yesterday Mr and Mrs Jno S Spence and niece Miss Icie Harden were in Hartford yesterday- C W Wells and C C Barnaby of Central City were here today- A D Taylor Dyersburg Tenn was here today Vote in Popularity Contest Below will be found candidates nominated and vote cast for each up to noon yesterday in TilE REPUBLI CAN Mammoth cave trip pop ularity contestDISTRICT No1 Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam 30 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 120 Robert Davis Hartford 10 Ernest Mc Coleman Beaver Dam 30 Godfrey Bean Hartford 60 DISTRICT No2 Johnie Wallace Rosine 190 DISTRICT NO3 Roy Crawford Olaton 10 Bernice Neighbors Dundee 10 DISTRICT No4 Roy Keown Fordsville 60 DISTRICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda 60 Jesse C Smith Taffy 170 Sherman Chamberlain Nocreck 190 DISTRICT No6 John Morton Ceralvo 10 Vig Morton Smallhous 50 DISTRICT NO 7 Carroll Smith McHenry 80 Roy Brown McHenry 30 CA ToEI X A ga theT i Kind You Han Alms Btigl 8Ipahze 11 r w A REGARDING THE BACKBON- It Is Hardly a Majestic Upward Evolution I ow It Appears in the Different Anima The liisiorv of the backbone like tint oi most lift is not altogether a iniijistLc upward evolu lion it has its trngiMlioti and itn Ktlcuks its lioncH and failures hays Outin Magazine In the wa tars along our seashore are crew hires sum sponge or lichen like others wit straiife hulb like bod ies firowin on the end of long stalls A lost we rail them plants lint I hey hold a secret from the crals and snails which crawl about and when the fishes brush against thllIlif their dull sense only knew itthty neigh claim a blond brotherhood When they were young for u little while a gristly cord was theirs also but this with all till topes that such a beginning brings of fish of birds of man even soon melted away and IJicre they nod and sway in the watery currents never to know of the opportunity which nature has snatched from them why who can tell In sharks the backbone has be come jointed tend flexible surd a rude kind of skull is present but still more important is the pres ence of four fins which correspond 10 the four legs of lizards and to the wings and legs of birds A curious basketlike skeleton protects f the delicate gills rued it is probable that this existed long lie fore the limbs appeared All is still of gristly carl ilage In the higher 1I 11Ii hiliII replaces Hie cartilage and whoa the lowly tadpole iislilikr at tlrst swim ming about by moans of the liar around his tail jiishes forth jib legs and climbs upon the land our skeleton is well on its way bird wardReptiles of old took to trees their backbones grew less flexible BO that they might safely sail through the air feathers replaced scales two lingers of each plead were lost teeth disappeared a beak of horn proved Let intelli gence increased and the forehead rose high and behold a bird Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settles the trou ble and the puryfinj work goes right on Best cure for constipationheadi achand dizziness 25 at Z Wayne Griffin S Bro druggist DAIRYMAID SAVED MASTER Wrapped Deeds to Property in Wet Clothes and Passes Survey ofiSoldiers Successfully It Its astonishing how many succor led in ballliug the pursuit drum the field of Culloden The kilt gave great freedom to the limbs Most of thenien were inured to lung marches and could exist on little food They know the passes through the hills and the best hiding plans were pointed out toI them by the country people who Kept them from starving and would give no information relates Chambers Journal A reward of 1011110 was prong iod for news thai would loud tot he arrest of Prince Charlie Many know where lie was but no wOldI ever reached the ramp or the gar limm of the victor and the prince issued through the midst of vig ilant enemies and got away safely I o Fri111corhtulv0atutrOf till Jacobites were numberless This is how nI dairymaid saved her muster After ICing eorgs army had sub lined till rebels they went through Hie country dispossessing King James friends of 1IIIhlalldll A captain with a band of soldiers vas sent to lake possesion of Mac Lachlans land They surrounded the house nut would not lot any person out without searching them There was a dairymaid there called Christine Sinclair who was washing the house at the timeShe knew the soldiers would try to take till title of the lands and going to her mistress said she could save them What can you do Christine said her mistress They will put a sword through you if they fllIllI you with the deeds Hilt the dairymaid insisted that were the papers given to her slit could get theu stray through the Jryr laEM wrap the deeds in one of the cloths with which she washed the doors A dry clout or napkin was selected tad the papers wrapped up in tills She put this dry cloth inside one of till wet clouts she had use and wrung it to make it look liko the rest She then put all tl clouts in a halt and went out 1 spread them to dry on a green When slit got to the doom ho tile officer with a guard was Stan hug there lIt stopped her and asked What have you in your hands She let down the basket at h feet and said to him There is for you He took his bayonet IlItlllllllllell the clouts backward and forward with it When he saw what h thought wits a lot of wet with the water wrung out of them he said You may lift them away with you Christine went to the green and spread the clouts there but ton placilltlllmthem The soldiers searched the house and made the lath taw an oath that what she said about ignor Inlet of them was the truth She could do this with a good cot science as only Christine knew what had happened to them so tin titles to the property were saved by t he ready wit of tIll brave dairy mall or HARD AND SOFT WATE Pura Aqua Means Liquid Which Is Free from All Lime as Well as Dirt and Waste Progressive physjc111nSsays tile Dietetic full Hygienic Gazette are awakening to the fuel that pure water means water toot only free from any decaying animal or vegetable matter or disease organ isms but also free front any lime The only way to obtain such pure water is by distillation The par ticles of liissdvllshone wllie make water hard cannot let nee i1 by I ho body liko i ho organized lime found in cereals hut on tilt con trary tie stone in hard vntor produces irritation in the kidneys aids in till formation of kidney lend gall stones attaches itself to the walls of the arteries to till valves of the heart and causes chalky deposits in the joints Ev erywhere1 it does harm and no pos sible good A physician who hilts practiced for lOlalR in a California valley says the hillside upon which he lives is of granite formation and the water the people drink is cot sequently soft TIll other side of the hill is composed of lime stone and till water from Hie springs and well is9ntrd Tin doctor has been struck with till fart that Iris practice is enormous ly greater in tholimestonodistrict He finds that the hard water drink ers die of rights disease and are crippled with chronic rheuma I ism while the soft water imbib fll generally live longer and are rlII fruul IIIISI diseases Outdone eacher Now boys I want to see if any of you can make a com plete sentence out of two w oed both having tit same sound to till Iur First I oyI canMissSniith Teacher Very well Robert Lei iiIlOlt1your5tnlcuc0 First Hoy Write right Teacher Very good Second ItoySay Miss Smith I can boat that I can make thrOe words of ithWligh1 write tight Third Hoy excitedly Gtp I Hear this Wright write rite tight Teacher thrown off her guard 1 Whew Lippiucotts Magazine It is possible t+ tain relief from chronic indigestion and dyspepsia by the use of Kodol for Dyspepsia Some of the most hopeless casesfor long standing have yielded to it It enables you to digest the food you eat and exercises a corective influence building up the efficiency of the digestive 01 galls The stomach is the boiler wherein the steam is made that keep up your vitality health and strength Kodol digests what you eat Makes the stomach sweet puts the boiler condition to do the work nature de mands of it gives you relief form digestive disorders and puts you in shape to do your best and feel your best Sold by Z 1V ayne Griffin Brosm SCHNAPPS FOR CHILDRENi Teachers in Prussia Send Boys of Nine Homo fronTthe Schools for Drunkenness East Prussia is the lund of haltdi j An interesting inquiry has been elelnlntmoa pugssooni1 byIyoungestl closeiwere 4ldI r was the dull loon drink of all IlushtIspotato broody is distilled the teacher pupilbroughthe had had to send children of 1nine home III a tipsy slate IIustDe So Judge 1 Senator Gotrox says that when he started out in life he only made 135 per week Fad who would ever think that old Gotrox started out in life as a poet OASl1onXABonn theThe KM You Hare Wvrars BSi2M Signature JIo-f vf MenR Mendacity that will assail a man unable to defend himself is cruel beyond expression The unfortion ate Jim Howard now behind prkon bars is not in position to speak for himself The majority of Kentuck ians believe him innocent of the deed for which he has been found guilty but even were he guilty no justi fication whatever would there be to belie and blacken a man so unfor tionate We have unhapily in lien tucky men blinded by part an hatred IIasto consider everything said or clone to injure Howard not alone justifiable but laudable Some one in or out of Frankfort got up n statement which for mali cious preversion of fact has not b icn surpassed since T C Campbells manufactured evidence first darkened the pages of Kentuckys justice Lhe State Journal copies this heinous assault on truth crediting it to an exchangeIn in the repetation of the longsince threadbare story that Jim Howard voluntarily surren dered himself to the authorities up on learning of the warrant against him as a Goebel murderer the Re publican organs no doubt act upon I the idea that a lie well stuck to is as good as the truth For answer to all such as this it is only necessary to refer to the fact that the return upon the warrant for Howard shows that he was arrested by Bev White at the trite Sheriff of Clay county and delivered by him to the Sheriff of Franklin county and the record of that court further shows that the reward of 1000 which was offered for the arrest of Howard was paid to White upon his delivery of the prisoner to the Jailer in Frankfort ExchangeLet paper turn the stuffsas the following It is commonly believed that William tfoebel had engaged men to take the lives of Taylor Powers and the other Re publican State officials in Frank fortExchangeWhat from Brother Walton and the State Journal Yet such a mode of procedure which no Republican paper would for a mo ment think of adopting were just as fair as the deal dealt out by the State Journal to thc unfortionate Howard William Goebel dead should not be maligned James B Howard enduring a living death ought to have the truth told of him The ftl seness of the alleged ex change clipping in the State Jour nal is fully borne out by exsheriff Bev White of Clay county now a resident of Winchester White will be believed by all who know him He says Winchester Ky April 14 1906 I have read the article in the Ken tuck State Journal which refers to James Howard an myself It is ab solutely false James Howard came to Manchester and surrendered te me of his own accord and occom panied me to Frankfort of his own accord and further that not one I cent was paid me in any form by the State or any one else and if there is any record to that effect it is a forgery B P WRITE Jn ExSherifF of Clay County I Packed jurors and preverse news papers were and now the weapons used against Republicans But there is n turn even to the longest lane That turn will come for Hoard Powers and others charge w h tie killing of Goebol It will irne for KentucKj long tried HI II pressed Repuhlicanism It will ome for the wroi tVl and undone p tile of Kentucky as a whole robbf for years of the fr e bidlt atii u irI elections a ciasor C Llse1i Beau thethe Kind You hate Alttiys BOJfl Blgnttws YJf u4 THE YOUTHS COMPANIONWill 52 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ifIANDPAO 0 BIB R VEItY tut fJW HIGHESTIG OF a fOI 2 Type Bras i i Strips Hill wing Rule lira I 1 Brn ulesI Bra Brit trners il HI nil Slugs Brass Galleysa IncLeadsMetal Leaders Spaces QundsnOIG Metal Quoins etc 1 D uh d made as good as new at a P- sm I thurthIn w nut in any Trust or Combinationtut litItI can milk i jrulvto your advantage to deal ftwig inf h nr Cutalogiii be cheerfully furnished on np 1U- 1J plkI 001 Ph I inters Supply Co I titfA I IllMIIHIIK jai T pe and lii fhGrndePrlntlnRMntarlelsali 1RiETOnS SO North Ninth Street en 55 fENN TYPE FOUNDRY PHILADELPHIA if Iss ffSOl0 SWSCCSSN2SfcZSS2W9WKNSa2 ill un JU jug i hcaREALESTATEon BuyingSe11ingTradingmt AWE DO THAT NOTE A FEW OFJaOUR MANY BARGAINS ju 101 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 10 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application and to 48 point jUf sl1lfll 10J acres near White Run ndjacentbe to the 1 C It IL half Caney Creek bottoms nil cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable aiTbargain for some one further infor doe mation furnished on aicationup== == = ==List your property with us Wo will find u buyer W wRealRepublican Office Hartford Kentucky I n o D letd N- l d TYPEWRITERSpappeal to your sense and your sensesaThey have the light touch which makes TIforI speed and attractive writing al THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANYstSyracuse N YetBranch Stores Everywhere e r I Branch Office 1J34 West Fourth street Cincinnati Ohio ydn T How the State is Gouged The lion James E Cantrill titu a lar Judge of the Court of Appeals is I now at Mississippi City drinking in the ozone from the gulfs soothing ntlHbsphcre and suasive waves Ve wish him a long and happy rest but duty to the Commonwealth of Kentucky compels us to wish also for a cessation of the funeral side o tr Cantrillism The lion James E Cantrill is receiving in enormous sa lary for duties he is unable to the people of Kentucky His phsi I ical unfitness is very little more pro nounced if at all than his intellect ually incapacity to sit on a bench o- I justice Judge Cantrill has never L bftn since his election to the Court Pttppeals fit for the discharge o A i judicial duty The business of the i State and of the people has accordingly t suffered The state treasur t suffered for one year by paying 5 r 000 for what it cannot be fairly said It got from James E Cantrill the services of an appellate Judge ItI is now suffering by paying two big salaries one to James E Cantrill enabling the latter to live in Miss issippi City or some other health re sort and another to Judge Carroll under title of commissioner for what U Judge Cantrill should be doing as judge in active duty We favor fair dealings even t Judge Cantrill but fairness lik charity begins at home The ove taxed public is entitled to some a least of the consideration lavished on a man never known in his days of i t ivity for excessive generousity to others I With James E Cantrill the sick man we sympathize in thccosc of James E Cantrill the disqualified judge we feel that he ought to get justice but no morerJudge Cantrill should quit the t bench or be made quit it k Had a Closo Call A dangerous surgicaloperation a involving the removal of a malignant ulcer ns largo as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the application of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A C Stieke of Miletus W Va Persistent use of Salve completely cured it Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Sanitary Teltpbones The suggestion that disease may be transmitted by the telephone mouth piece has led to devising an 4itwtrument which contain both trans milling and receiving apparatus in a small medal case shaped like a watch which is held continuously both in speaking and listening The transmitting microphone is made so sensative that it is not nec essary to concentrate sound waves on it by the aid of mouthpiece A Yoar of Bood The year 1D03 willlong be remembered in the home of F N Tacket of Alliance Ky as a year blood which flowed so copiously from Mrs Tackets lungs that death seemed very near He writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a faith ful cough had brought me at deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption with the astonishing result that after taking four bottles I was completely restored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and adlds at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Price GOc and 100 Trial bottle free i No Parental Opposition PapaI am going to get married and myself and wife have decided tod r stay here with you and mother You and your wife will have an other decide coming to you my son when you have tried that little game By the way who is your wife to be 5 Our cook Bless you my son bless you Keep her here by all meanstJ Why take a dozen things to cure that cough Kenndys Laxative 1 Honey and Tar allays the congestion stops that thickling drives the cold- out through your bowels Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m k Housekeeping Simplifed As warm weather comes on is well to study all methods by which housekeeping may be simplified Cooking should not be well fed in the spring and summer as at other seasons Yet even cooking may be made sim pie For example here is an excell sent receipt for making stock from bee extract It is taken from the- Y j + a wi4 ft nY kfrr Dr PIerces Favorite Prescription IB not a wcrot or mcxllclnn ucalnst which the most intelligent pcoplo uro qnlto naturally avers locauso of tho mi certainty 115 to their harmless chnructrr but h a mcdlclno op KNOWN COMPOSITION n full list of all Its Ingredients IxiliiR ovrry IxrttloitirapprtfaAnlaxaminatlUnof LY list of r cllscloso tho fact that It Is nunulcnhollc In Its composition diem ically pure glycerine of makef1lerce Is In fuel thn only meillclnn up for tho euro of woman s ixcnllar weak IICSMS and ailments sold through drllifI rglens that dHs not contain alcohol dint ltlsthoenlylnelldeforvvmmasslpechll th Ingredients of tho unanimous undorsement of nil tin loading medical writers nod teachers ruedfwhich Favorite Proscription Is reconi mended A little hook of some of these endorse ments will be sent to any address post quid and absolutely free If you request same by postal earth or letter of Ur It V Tierce Hnllalo Nf Y Iont forget that Ur Plcrcoa Favorite anymedicine favorite 1roscrlp tlon fated a regularly odneatol and gradu physician imgiigcd In tho practice of Ielaltythat of diseases women that Its Ingred Icntshro printed hottiowrnJJIKIfthntiKiicd for tho euro of womans diseases that contains no alcohol and tho only inu that has a professional endorsement worth moro than all tin sop ealled testi monial over published for other med icines Send for endorsements a above They urn for the asking If 011 putter from periodical headache draggingdownweak back have disagreeable and weakIIns caturrhal pelvic drain or distress from being long on your feet then takingeTheyrInvigorate stomach liver and hoWels One u laxative two or three a cathartic new cookery bookEveryday Luncheons Slice a large onion into a deep graniteware saucepan Add thick slice of turnip cut up fine large carrot voiced three dozen pep er corns six clovers n stick of cinnamon three bay leaves a sprigs o parsley sage thyme andsummer savory Fill the pan with cold bring to a boiling point and simmer slowly until the vegetables arc cook andInteasepoonful beef extract Dissolve and add extract in a little of the liquor and add to the rest Boils up once This will keep several da8I in the refricgator and forms the basis for dozens of soups Made Happy for LifeIGreat happiness came home of S C Blair school superin tendon at St Albans W Vac when his little daughter was restor ed from dreadful compliant he names He says My little daughs ter had St Vitus Dance yielded to no treatment but grew steadily worse until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and IreIjoice to say three bottles a complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general de bility female weakness impoverished blood and malaria Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug Price 60c Human Energy ExpensesI Are men more expensive thanI machines According to the re searches of Fisher the latent calori fic enemy stored in the foot absorbed by the adult man is 3000 to 3500 calorices of heart A notable part of the energy is used within the body for determining animal activi ty respiration digestion etc The excess may be expended in mechanical work A dayof eight hours average and continuous work is equivalent torn work of 127000 kilogram memeters or 300 calories or a little less than onehalf horsepower Un r these conditions the cost price of 100 horse power may be thus cal culated Man 250 workmen at 3 francs per day 750 francis horsepower ten horsepower all expenses included GO francs engine steam francis engine gas 350 francsI Human motive force in a least is therefore 100 times dearer mechanical motive force OA RXABearI teefluKM Yoi Nato Ahraj Beam 91aatnn 1I46lat No Peace For Discoverers- It is remarkable how few of the discoverers and conquerors of the New World died in peace Columbus died of a broken heart Balboa was disgracefully beheaded Cortes dishonored Sir Walter Raleigh was beheaded Pizarro was murdered Ojeda died in poverty Henry Hudson wasp left to the mer cy of the Indians along the bay which he discovered v Early Balloon Ascension I The first balloon ascension was made in 1783 in France by Stephens and Joseph Montgolfer two paper makers They succcede in reach ing in a small ballon the high of fifteen thousand feet Before this date however Canvendish who had discovered hydrogen gas in 17C6 and Black who had the following year discovered that this gas would cause a light envelop filled with it to raise of its own accord had laid the foundation of aeronautice Mont inra balloon of his his own construction before half the population of Paris Balloon ascentions were not wholly successful however until 1830 when Green of America introduced coal gas instead of hydrogen with which to inflate the bag of the balloon The highest balloon ascension on recordwas made by Glaisher and Covwell from Wolverhampton ini September 1862 They reachedan altitude of seven miles or thirtyl seven thousand feet The cold at bes zero and Coxwells hands were frozen but by the aid of his teeth he man aged to remove the valve in the balloon and descend in safety State of of Toledo ssLucasFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and State I aforesaidand that said firm will payII the sum of One Hundred Dollars for thatause Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib ofrS eaNotary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucons surface on the system freerF J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggists 75h Take Halls Family Pills for constipation F About Women Women are born not made There is only one kind of women namely women- Schopenhauer did not approve of women Women did not approve of Schopenhauer The chief topics of conversation in society are husbands and- ervants The distinction seems ar bitaary and doubtless is seldom drawnThose whom the gods love I e ladies of the chorus dye young The popular idea that women have no sense of honor is quite mistaken They married us- Refined Torture The wife of a wellknown official in Washington bolds some novel ideas with reference to the punish ment of refractory children Phy sicalchastisement is most repugnant- to this ladys mind but she hastevolved a system that has most successful On one occasion a friend was visit inK her when one of the boys had surreptitiously appropriated an orange belonging to his younger m FOR BOTH One disease of thinness in children is scrofula in adults consumption Both have poorl blood both need more Theso diseases thrive on leantness Fat is llio best overcoming them cod liver oil makes the best and healthiest fut slid SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest mid most effective form of cod liver oil Heros a natural order of things that shows why Scotts Emulsion is of so much value in all cases of scrofula and consumption More fnt more weight moro nourish meet tthutewhySend smph SCOTT BOWNE Chemists I 09415 Peal Street New York SOc ndIOO It II II II AUtfniaUU 7 brother The misdemeanor was discovered before the culprit had disposedof his spoiltoO the two youngsters were summoned to the judgment seat James was the stern command- of the mother take this seat and you Thomas that one Now Thomas give James the orange you have stolen from him When the lads had done as they were ordered the mother added James I want you to take as longas possible to eat that orange You Thomas are to sit there and watch him eat it Under no circumstances are you to leave the room A good complexion is impossible with the stomach out oforder If pasty sallow people would pay more attention to their stomach and less to the skin on their faces they would have better complexions Kodol for Dyspepsia will digest what you eat and put your stomach back the right shape to do it own work Kodol relieves palpitation of the flatulence sour stomach heartburn etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m u F A Happy Thought Ilnriwrn Wcwkly A wellknown Boston writer tells with glee of a neat sally on the part of his nineyearold son who is a pu pil in a private school at the Hub Apropose of something or other the teacher had quoted the line In the bright lexicon of youth theres no such word as fail At this point the lad mentioned and politicaly made known his desire to offer an observation with reference to the maxim It occurs to me sir he said that if such be the case it might be advisable to bring the omission to the attention of the publishers of the lexicon Not a thing harmful in One Min ute Cough Cure but it relieves a cough quickly cuts the phlegm Healing and soothing Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Made the Bear Word lloton HeraM Bill Winters is one of the heroes who uses his wit to save his strength During a camping trip in the Maine woods Bill was early the laziest man in the party Finally his exasperated comrade told him that if he did not kill some thing besides they would pack him off home The next morning Bill borrowed a rifle and went off up the mountain Two hours later the men in camp saw Bill running down again as fast he he could come and close behind him was a bear The men watched the chase with loaded rifles ready On reaching camp Bill turned and ahot the bear When the men could stop laugin- one of them said Bill what earth possessed you to run that distance with the bear so close when you might have killed him on the hill and saved your breath Bill smiled slowly Whats the of killing a bear in the moun and lugging him in when you can run him in he asked CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Biguatlue of Marrying for Money Take careof the girl and her dol ars will take care of you An idle heart is the fortunehun ers workshop Faint heart neer won rich lady- Love doesnt pay the bills A rich husband is a good slave bu- a poor master Cupid doesnt know a dollar mark when he seees one Family jars are frequently gold linedA edge may be sharp enough to cat the heart out Money will buy a house but not n homeSold t Spectacles Spectacles were invented in abou 1285 A learned monk named Rival to mentions In a sermon preached in Florence in 1305that eyeglass had deen in use fo about twenty years They were qrude however and it is donbtful itithey were of much se vice Tho Kind You have Always Bought and which has been In uso for ocr 30 years Los borne tho signature of and has been niado under his per sonnllUlllcrlslon since its infancy- I VV Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger a health of Infuuts and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sloop Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of n The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe ecNTun eouMNr TTHimiurrnicrr NtwvoimcfTV q OUR CLUBBING RATES Tilt REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 TilE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 1- 76tTHETHE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Coomoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and lwican Weak Owensborolnquirer 175 TilE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN UvI A GREAT OFFER On account of moving into new and larger quarters the Owensboro Business University Will make the following great reduction in rates on just fifty scholarships Our regular rates for a single scholarship in either department is 45 Combined course of Bookkeeping ann Shorthand 8900- In this effort to reach a great spring enrollment we will make the great sacrifice of 15 ton the single course or 25 on the combined course makes the course in Bookkeeping or Shorthand 3000 gThe combined course 55 This is certainly the greatest offer ever made by any school at any time Further any one securing the sale of only five of these cash departmentThesebutwill call your attention to the fact that only fifty will be sold at this price This means immediate action on your part willSAM FISHER F rcw I Owensboro Business University S Owensboro Kentucky nANVtIIllsTEIE511 NWHEN YOU SHOOT You want to HIT hal you tie tmng at I i licit bird tttlft target Make your STEVENStcarried oft PKEMIER HONORS lor AC CURACY Our Rifles iigunSPistOISj A E roe walef In I ahtonttrLvrssItw e hip i wt fx ffttt ffff I CpOfl Sea 4ctllfnt nofitof crrapct mpInna IlniS n t rreicvl IBeaudiulthreeeotorAluminum Hanger stamp will I j Stevens Arms 6t Tool Co- P O Box 4098 CHJCOPEE FALLS MASS UsA Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance 1 i t Y 2L 1 11111go411 BIGFXHJR J New York Central Lines ITheBest Line to- j l Peoria i t Chicago J Toledo I Detroit f Clevelandr f New York r Boston And all other points East 1 Information cheerfully fur Inished on application at City Office Big Four I Not259 Fourth avenue or iI I S J GATES + Genl Agent Passenger Dept Louisville Ky V HJ RHEIN jGeneral Passenger Agent Cincinnati 0 r11j Xodol Dyspepsia GINS Dtwhat yes sat- t I f- tr r Hartford Republican laud by the Hartford InblUhlns Compnnjti- HOOnPORlYED clltorCOTEZSISSOZTSSQ- VLPfQS and m 34 3o1Ch 21rrC1FRIDAY MAY 11 Examine tho label on your paper If It Is not correct notify us ONE shake of nature makes the whole word chip in LOOKS now as though the money of honest John is really taint ed CANT someone break the death likestillness around railroad head quarters WILL the SargentatArms of the House assign MrHobson a seat near the ladies gallery TilE rate bill will soon be dispose- of and then Congress should look into the tobacco trust OUR statesmen should be careful- and not mistake common mosquitoes for Presidential bees MANY of us who cleaned out our refrigerators last week returned tour o coal bins this week TilE City Council is again remind ed of the deplorable condition o some of our principal streets t STREET Fair and home comin June 22 and 23 promises to be the biggest event Hartford has eve hadC 1WHAT they call denatured alcohol is no doubt named after the condition it leaves the fellow in who drinks it TilE Saturday evening Post remarks that Senator Clark of Mon tana has no close friends None close enough to touch him TilE Yerkes Ernst candidate for Postmaster at Mayfield has been turned down dull thud the Washington authoritiesI A NUMBER of prophets are now claiming they foretold the destruction of San Francisco Easy now they have had time to think it over LOOKS like Dick Yearnst has about run his course with the Post Office Department They have no doubt discovered that he is no larger than he looks IN removing their county Chair manship from Hartford to Rockport the Democrats are no doubt seeking to avoid having him cut off into the proposed new county THERE is said to be an epidemic of marriage in San Francisco After going through what they havethose people seem to be reckless enough not to care what happens to them OUR Democratic friends have suc ceeded in getting a me mber of the Ohio county Fiscal Court by the aidof Governor Beckham We will makait unanimous again this fall however IT is understood that the Ohi county A S of E will have the largest parade ever witnessed her on the afternoon of June 22the firs day of the home coming celebra tion OUR Democratic friends are mak ing loud boasts of what they intend to do in the elections this fall Well we cant blame them They almost always have to do their crowing in advance HON ALVIS BENNETT has been very favorably mentioned for th Republican Congressional nomina tion in this district Senator Ben nett has made a fine record a Frankfort both in the House and Senata He would be a popular candidate for Congress and with strong fight might be elected FORMER Governor Bradley is being mentioned for the Republican nomination next year He is the most popular leader in the State today and can have the nomination by only hinting that he will accept No other Republican could stir up much enthusiasm among the ran and file or poll as many votes No WONDER the CourierJournal devoted column after column even r on the editorial page to a defense of John Dylers election as road supervisor of Jefferson county It develops that said John Dyler is go ing to have direct supervision of an expenditure amounting to 175000 in building turnpikes for Jefferson county THE Elizabethtown News recently issued a handsome illustrated edition in the interest of its town Few people properly appreciate the im mense benefit which occurs to a community from such efforts upon the part of the local press The News deserves well of its patron- and we trust its enterprise will no be unappreciated as is too often the case EVERY officer whether he be serving the State or county whether he be Democrat or Repub lican should deal in a just and fair manner with the people whom he serves Public office is a public trust The interest of the tax payers should and must be sacred I graftd ing utterly helpless The newspaper is about his only hope for protection- I and this one serves notice here and ts us AT a time when the Dingley Tari is pouring immense revenue into the National Treasury and good times are still keeping the flood coming revisingfcial interests of the country areI andgwe are anyrone year of our per when everybody knows that heretofore such tampering has not only stopped commercial progress but brought ruin and disaster as wellTHE i State Board of Equalization has raised the assessed valuation of farm lands in Ohio county 20 per cent That is the man who own a farm valued at 1000 vill have to pay taxes on 1200 This is pretty hard on the tax payer but the gang must have money to pay extra offi cers and additional salaries to say nothing of the pension of Judge Cantrell It does seem hard to tax us to the limit and deny us representation We remember to have read in some history when a boy where certain people went to war because they were taxed without representation Official Notice Notice is hereby given that as Sheriff of Ohio county it becomes my duty and the duty of my Depu ties to take up and impound any catn tle or stock found running at in any of the various precincts o the county wherein it is unlawful for such cattle or stock to run large and anyone so permitting an such cattle or stock to be or remain at large are notified to at once take same up and thereby avoid the ne cessity of my doing so as well as the payment of cost incident thereto 432 R B MARTIN S 0 C Hartford Ky April 25 1906 NARROWS May 9Mrs Clarence Armendt haveospent the past s here and at Dundee MisstMagnola of Joe Wilson of Olaton Sunday Messrs R M Kuykendoll J B Renfrow and J H Thomas were in Owensboro Thursday Rev Frank Hartford of Owens boro was in town Tuesday Mr Lawrence Beanof Mississippi is visiting relatives in this county this week aeOlaton Dr H T Bean and daughter o weektto visit relatives I rea John W Petty of Louisville isI the guest of relatives here Mr and Mrs Noah White spent Sunday with Mr Whites fathernear Olaton Social Notes After an extended visit in Texas Ernest Woodward arrived in town sisterkand a horned toad The is remarkably precocious When turn littleI ed an almost uncontrollable appetite for brick cheese Misess Dora Wallace Spring Lick Grayson county Bunnie Render andI Blanche Van Meter Beaver DamI spent and at the rinkIr1 A party of young folks spent a pleasant evening at the home of MrgI Barrett on the pike Thursday even inge S Special song services have been ar ranged in connection with the baccalaureate sermon to be preached 1900tx A date with a girl alone is not always sufficient Reference Cleve Her Hartfard Ky S A number of young men engaged the rink for Monday night and in vited their lady friends Something hapened Among those present that evening with cxtraskates long faces and no escorts were Cleve Her and wrongnit matters not when or how com mittedand retribution usually over takes the wrong doer Sometimes no doubt some one will enfold him self about in a mantle of gloom and remember that revenge is sweet sentffinviting the young gentlemen to a Lawn Fete on Friday evening atI the John C Rileyhome TheyoungI ladies have made prepara I tions and an elegant evenings entertainments is insured They played at hearts in the evening charmsWhen i moon was shining bright He thought that the queen was in his arms She thought she played aright But a frost has come and they both have strayed Away from loves fickle waveIHe says twas only the deuce she playedShe he played the knave For Sale or Rent Store room on Center Street Hartford noted as the best grocery and confectionary stand in town Apply at TilE REPUBLICAN office RECLAIM THE ALKALI LANDS Agricultural Report Tells of Success of Experiments to Redeem Soil of the West According to the latest report of the secretary of agriculture tin government has been especially successful in its experiments in I tIll reclamation of alkali lands by imdordrainago and surface Hood iu The work was undertaken UfoI il object IVHHOII to farmers districts of tin troublefhas been experienced with the rise depreciuyone tract near Suit tale City within one year 8J per cent of the total quantity of soluble II ujt8 was removed to a depth of four feet by the Hooding process nut the land seeded to oats barleyarid wheat Other experiments in California Washington Arizona equallyte art taking great interest in the work The experiments have demons rat ed that within three years at the most practically worthless laud so heavily charged with injurious salts as to be unfit for any form of agriculture 11111 be reclaimed to grow ordinary field crops and the method of doing this is so and the expense involvedso HligbtI that the work may in many instan ces be economically undertaken by individuals us well as by corpora statet land of till Inf farming is becoming more and more necessary the question of utilizing the millions of acres of naturally unproductive land in creases importance So success ful have been the experiments o the government that in the ease cf the Utah tract which was prac tically valueless at the outset tho plnpertyjudgedrounding unaffected lauds is in the neighborhood of iT0 or f1II0 I an acre The total exjMnse of reclamation talcing everything into consideration is but a small fraction of theenhincp vnhtN o SOOS I E BARNES ZC BRO rCopyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner 1 Marx AE SELLMart Schallher Marx Clothes because theyare strictly all Woolimulo and tailored as good as it is possible for Clothes to bo made Every style is tho latest conceits of tire Clothing Fashions of the world They are the best for you to buy from an economical standpoint They are the best from a stylish standpoint Every garment positively guaranteed as to fit style and workmanship Visit our Clothing Department and let us show you these attractive now Suits Examine them in ev4 5 cry detail Ifyou need a Suit these beautiful patterns and perfect fits are certain 4 5 J to appeal very strongly to you We price these Suits at 1500 1000 1800 and 2000 per Suit Barnes Special Suits at 150 5 0 i 8 10 1250 and 15 BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY 1r sVoysSOOSsos SOOS s WAS BEST EVER r Great Van Amtur Circus Pleas edEvery Feature Splendid 1If it ever comes back to town andI you have not already seen it beI sure to go It is without doubt superior to any circus traveling theI United States i It is the cleanest most refined and uptodate circus in the world There is an absence of grafting or grafters that is noticeable The gentlemen in charge do not carry that old time circus swag about them j If the Van Amburg Circus ever returns to this city it will have to have two canvases as large as theII one used yesterday to accommodate the crowd At 8 oclock every re 8151everyThe work of the acrobats alone I was worth twice the price of admission The finest lot of trained horses in the United statesIThe Van Amburg i Beaver Dam Tuesday May 221906 Call Meeting Post No 4 I All members are requested to meet fIG W BUNGER Commander 17AeBorn the Bogta fUgutu t2iwars FOR THE BUSY READER There was a heavy fall of snow Tuesday in Minnesota A furious May storm prevailed over Central I rwR I Jeweler and Optician Hartford Ky and Sets Belt Collar Hat and for sale low on St in Wisconsin Eight inches of snow fells s The Jessamine county Fiscal Court has agreed to purchase riverI cal Court must ratify the deal The bridge built at a cost of 71000 5+ Fred Johnson was arrested in Lafayette Indon charge of bigamy as a result of a dream which was 1 All kinds of repair work done with neatness 1 dispatch Bringr your Clocks Watches Eye Glns5es or owclryIto me Elegant Shirtwaist Buckles Buttons Pins Rings Watches at prices Place of Business Main Hartford House Brooklyn was nldn had by his first wife In the dream her dead sister appeared and told her Johnson was married the second time Johnson confessed willhavebe located in Kentucky under a recent act of the General Assembly This was decided Monday at a meet commissionBowling the only applicants fortheschools i I li Your BloodNeeds purifying and your whole system renovating in the pring as pimples boils eruptions loss of appetite and that tired feeling annually prove Hoods Sarsaparilla is the most effective medicine ever devised for the complete purification of the blood and the I complete renovation of the whole system It will make you feel better look better cat and sleep better and give you the best possible preparation for the hot days of summer as over 40000 people have testified in the last two years Today buy and begin to take i Hoods Sarsaparilla IUsual form liquid or in new form tablets 100 Doses One Do- llarprpppppI Ii aSPRING il tCLEANING2IsI keepers Fairs want to remind you in this nd a iIIFloor Oil Cloths yard or two yards wide Mat tings Wool and Wool Mix Ingrain Carpets Carat pet Paper Curtain Rods Extension Brackets Lace Curtains Window Shades Hugs Etc I iI l a Fairs Rugs iI To make a room look neat fill tidy you must iI 4havesols at ust a shade lower than other houses sell x 4buyFairs Carpets and MattingsC- annot iI iIpossibly be beat in quality design or price We are showing some pretty woven Ingrain Car ipots tit 50c a yard A good line of Mattings fromiI12ec to 25c If interested you had better and see our qualities before buying r Fairs Lace Curtains Hero is where we win Why Because we bought some time ago before tho advance and Ip positively know that we are soiling curtains at 1 a pair that no house in Hartford can duplicate for F less than 150 Our assertions are proven by IV showing the goods Come to us I I Fairs Basement IIs full of articles at 5c and lOc that are indispen sable when it comes to giving the kitchen a rub p such as China Tinware Graniteware Glassware x- rWoodenware and many other articles too numer ous to mention that go right along with housecleaning F If BARGAINS tine wanted folks gen xorally come to FAIRS BASE IENl Hen10m- I ber nothing over 5c and lOcIBring us your Wool lImns Feathers and Eggs They go as far as cash horoITHE BARGAIN GIVERS I I V e IDEALERS j a4444u1444taMIiu4I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 11I Illinois Central RailroadTime Table North Bound Sonlh Board mlNol2t s NoWdmJMSpm Fresh Fish at City Restaurant City Restaurant feeds the people just the same Mr W M Fair went to Louisville on business yesterday MylMyl aint those steak meals fine at City Restaurant Ice Cream and all kinds of Cold Drinks at City Restaurant 1Another barrel of those fine Sweet City Restaurant I I IMr W It Griffin who has been ill is improving Mr J A Johnson Nocreek was a pleasant caller last Saturday Call at Z Wayne Griffins Drug Store for all of cool drinks We have a small quantity of Pound Printsthe 1 goods at 50c at Car son Cos IOhl my I what nice Steak and Fish you get at City Restaurant Mr C F Wallace Rosine made us a pleasant call while in town Mon dayCity Restaurant is the most upto date place in Hartford Everything first class We want your Wool Will pay highest market price in cash at Car son Cos Rev W H Calvert pastor No creek Methodist rchwaS a pleasant I caller Tuesday 511Ir tF t1+ Mr Wayne Griffin is in Louisville on business Master Estill Barnett is quite ill of malaria fever Mr Claude Renfrow Dundee was a pleasant caller last Saturday Esq B S Chamberlain Nocreek called to see us last Saturday Mr J A Duke Lexington is vis iting his brother Mr S E Duke Esq J IL Miles Paradise made us a pleasant call while in town Mon day Esq J A Bowling Barretts Ferry was a very pleasant caller MondayS New Linens new Embroideries Big values at Long Cos Econo my Store Mr Henry Felix Olaton was the guest of Dr A D Park tho first of the week Big reduction in Clothing Satur day May 12 at Long Cos Econ omy Store Mr Sam Bach returned Wednes day from a few days business trip to Louisville The most uptodate Soda Foun tain in town is at Z Wayne Griffins Drug Store Just received a big shipment of Spring Shirts50c 1 and 150 at Carson Cos More new Belts new Collars new fans and new Silks at Long Cos Economy Store Pure Linen Suiting90 inches wide for only 1 per yardat Long Cos Economy Store White wash Silk 36 inches wide only 50 cents per yard at Long Cos Economy Store Those sporty HatsShirtsTiesLow Cuts and Suits came from Long Cos Economy Store Mrs C W Griffin returned last Thursday from a few days visit to relatives in Owensboro Three hundred bolts of Pound Prints regular price 1 for 10 days only 50c at Carson Cos Rev J S Chandler and wife Au burn Ky are the guests of their daughter Mrs C M Crowe For Sewing Machine supplies of all kinds call on or write to Gross Williams at City Restaurant An Ice Cold Drink of Soda Cream at Z Wayne Griffins will make life worth living this hot weather If you are in need of Sideboards Folding Beds Carpets or any kind of Furniture see Carson Co Buy the W B Corsetnone other equals it in style quality and com fort at Long Cos Economy Store Mr J T Felix and Dr C W Felix Olaton were the guests of Mr F L Felix the first of the week We have an elegant line of Gray Suits for spring and summer wear Dont fail to see them at Carson Co Leave your laundry at Clevp Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf If you are in the market for Wag ons Buggies Plows or any kind of Farming Implements call on Carson Co Mrs Nannie Sympson and son James Covington Ky are visiting Mrs Sympsons uncle Mr J E Fogle Mr T C Bean proprietor of Sul phur Springs Ohio countys popular health resort was a pleasant caller last Saturday Two thousand yards of Heavy Domestic Comes in 1 to 4 yard lengths 5Jcts for the next few days at Carson Cos Dr A 0 Foster Morganfield was the guest of his brother Mr Isaac Foster and other relatives in Hart ford the first of the week Quite a number of students are contemplating attending the sum mer term of Hartford Business In stitute which will begin May 281 County Attorney Ernest Wood ward and ister Miss Birdie return ed Monday from several days visit to relatives at San Angelq Texas Mr 0 R Tinsley Beda served as member of the Federal petit jury and Mr Joseph Foster of Beaver Dam served as a memberof the Federal grand jury at Owensborofirst- of the week V t Mr Nat Lindley Point Pleasant called to see us Monday Mr J B Dennis Prentis was a very pleasant caller Tuesday FM Allen Centertown called to see us while in town Monday Dr J S Bean Olaton was the guest of his parents here Tuesday Miss Paulina Smith Ceralvo is the guest of her brother C E Smith At the school trustee election last Saturday Dr E B Pendleton and ColC M Barnett were elected 1 Coca Cola Lime Juice Orange Ice and any other cold drink you may like malt to order at Z Wayne GriffinsIIFannie returned Wednesday from a few days visit to relatives at Charleston Missouri For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf Rev R J Brandon will preach at the New Baymus Christian church Saturday night before and at 11 oclock the third Sunday in this month Mrs Dr J R Williams and Mrs J R Frier Shawneetown Ill are visiting their sisters Mrs Dr J R Pirtle and Mrs William Newbolt this week There are many reasons why the hats at Long Cos are the pretti est and most stylish Their milliner is experienced and keeps up with the new things The unite Hatswhite Dress Goods white Parasols white Gloves white Slippers and Hose are the prettiest and cheapest at Long Cos Econ rimy Economy Store We will sell all Dress Ginghams at lOc during Friday Saturday Monday and Tuesday We have Checks Stripes and all the solid Colors at Carson Cos Mr and Mrs JJ R McEuen Ow ensboro will arrive in Hartford to morrow to visit relatives for several days after which they will goNew Mexico for a stay of one year Miss Bunnie Render Miss Blanche Van Meter and Miss Dora Wallace Beaver Dam were the guests of Mr Lee Long and family and Dr J R Pirtle and family from last Friday until Sunday The Ohio county Democratic Executive Committee at a meeting held in Hartford last Monday elected Esq S L Fulkerson chairman in place of Mr T J Smith who resigned sometime ago Little Misses Magdalene and Lottie May Rogers who are the guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs S T Brown near Ceutertown were the guests of their aunt Mrs Isaac Foster City Wednesday MrAEPate who has for eighteen months been local manager for the Cumberland Telephone Co hasWeb been assigned to Providehce ster county He will be succeeded by T J Morgan whose headquar ters will be at Beaver Dam The Ohio County Medical Society has issued invitations to members of the profession in the county to at tend a barbecued dinner at the Fair grounds on the 16th inst Drs Moran and Frank Louisville are expected to deliver addresses The baccalaureate sermon for Hartford College Commencement will be delivered by Dr D E Fogle of Georgetown Sunday May 20 Dr Fogle is a brother of Attorne E Fogle of Hartford and one of IJ best known educators of the Miss Mary Keown was the reci pient of a beautiful engraved gold watch at services at the Christian church last Sunday night It was given by the church in acknowledg ment of her efficient services as or ganist during the recent series of meetings held here by that denomi nation Mrs Jeff Swain who lives near Prentis lost her house and most of its contents by fire Tuesday night She and the children had retired and were awaken about 11 oclock by tho roaring of the flames in time to make their escape and save a feath er bed andafew other articles of thellhouse t ttbe SPECIAL II CLOTHING VALUES i FOR t f 1 Two Weeks Only 1 4 n ttR While our stock is vmnploto and we have i largo i ij assortment of Mens Nothing in tho uptnduto j R Spring styles Double and Single Breasted Graysb Cj Blues Blacks and Mixtures wo have 13 give special values fur two weeks only It gives tR you a big assortment to select from We do not by Jj wish to wait till Into in the season when the htock is low and the season is nearly over as most of the i 47 v stores do We have our own methods which wo jjj 41bfA good assortment of liens fine all wool Cash j mores Cheviots Serges and Black Thibets Double it 4 and Single Breasted regular price 15 Special J 1200 1 g liens 1250 high grade Suits in Blue Gray = If Black and fancy pattern double and single breasted tf 5 guaranteed to hold their shape and color A great = l bargain at if 975 E fi = Hero is the greatest chance of the season a large = d assortment of Mens Double and Single Breasted Jj Suits of fine make regular prices 10 and 11 and = icheap at that Two weeks only forU4 U 1 lot of Single and Double Breasted Suits of good b 4make and quality you cannot buy a Suit as good any U J where for less than 750 regular price here 050 = and 750 Two weeks only atUI UU j SAM BACHJT3 Hartford Ky jt x 4 U i A camp of Modern Woodmen of America was organized in Hartford May 9 1906 by M E WardDistrict Deputy Head Consul of Owensboro The lodge is composed of good men and it bids fair to grow rapidly as the insurance benefits are absolutely safe and they come at a cost less than can be had in any other wayI =A 10RTA- BIfI threys tnctfY+t t Jewell Peacock I I 1 nave Jusb punmu11 uunt aunt highybred young Stallion He the remainder of the season at S D Myers barn 1 mile from Beaver Dam Monday Tuesday and Wednes of each week and at livery F M Allen in Centertown on Thursi day Friday and Saturday of each weekJEWELL PEACOCKS PEDIGREE Sired by Jordan Peacock 1148 he by Peacock 498 he by Blue Jeans 3 Jordan Peacock 1148 Dam Lena River by Cabells Lexington T S 2nd Dam by Louis Jordan thor he by Imported Jordan 3rd Dam by Wagoner thor Peacocks Dam by Le Grond 2nd Dam by p mps Black Horse 3rd Dam by GcnTytr Jew ell Pecock Dam Katie Lee by Hazel- wood he by Nutalwood he by Nut wood second Dam by Berthune he Cabella Lexington T S F M ALLE- NCentertown Ky 11 Sewing Machine 11 BARGAINSWe SECONDHAND SEWING MA CHINES including all standard makes many of them as good as new which will be sold at unheardof prices Come to Saunders Grocery Store on Main Street in Hart ford and get the machine your want Every one a bargain They must go Come at SAUNDERSCOI We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness eXhaus- tion you should begin at onceiwith Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctorrknows it too Ask him about It i unless thtro U I action of the bollpol onoui product v abootbed cautlnc hoad ache blllouinMi iea dripcptla and thus tb rom 111 beet DaatlrallXa4 J O ATT C LewaxrAlto mxpaUwtanr of VIGORlJe Wo ban no Mortt I WopubUth the formal oral our motflolaoa r Ifrf 3 t i 48 OFFICERS SLOUCHY HABIT r Naval Man Tells Younger Men That Evil Should Be Remedied No ticed by CommanderihChlef The following el bas been is sued from the flagship Chicago to nil the vessels in the 1acillc squad ron The commander in chief has observed on the part of some of alters of this squadron an appar ent ignorance of the object for which ones trousers pockets were invented He desires to explain that these were not meant for the transportation of over heavy o idle hands as some seen to be lieve but for carrying about su dry small and useful articles not permanently attached to the hu man frame It is suggested tha ofllcers who are unable to resist the temptation to misapply lh convenient trousers pockets might strengthen their good resolutions by sewing up these two inviting or ifices only in the ease of the hope lessly incurable need this sewing up remain permanent Rear Admiral Goodrich is hot theonlyperson of discernment d l good taste who objects to the free and easy custom of carrying the hands in the pockets It certainly is incompatible with the grace and i dignity of carriage which are ex- pectedi in naval ofllcers Eve I among civilians on land the prac tice looks awkward and ungen tlemanly Sometimes it is witnessed in the ballroom but there are fashionable tailors who do not want the set of clothes which they i have made to be spoiled by th slovenly practice and who liar 1conceived the notion of nutkin r dress pantaloons with no sid pockets Likenmany other bad habits carrying the hands in the pockets is t worse for boys than for men as it tends to hunch up the figure The cartilages and soft bones of a growing boy may be permanently t affected by the formation of this habit for as the twig is bent tin trees inclined To prevent men from wearing their hands in their pockets they should be caught young Possibly the officers who have pro yoked the criticism of Admiral Goodrich contracted the slouchy habit while at school or at tin- naval academy It would be wet- for parents and instructors of youth to turn their attention to the desirability of breaking up the habit of carrying the hands in the pockets GRECIAN PRISON FORTRESS Picturesque Spot Where Prisoners Carry On Trade in Trinkets with Foreign Visitors The old town of Nniiplia once the capital of Greece is perhaps oneof the most Illel lIIlHIjIlC aud lit tractive cities in Greece Tlie roadstead is one of the best in Greece being surrounded by deep water and having a good an chorngi in all parts The extreme point of the peninsula Harbor Hock called ItsliICulch is Sill rounded on the west and south by the sea This was the ancient Acropolis of Xauplia and tint original polygonal blocks of which the ancient walls were made have boon made use of ill till construc tion of the modern fortifications The most prominent feature is the fortress of Iahiinidi This is now solely used as a convict prison It stands on till summit of a high rocky ominonco no fewer than 70 sect above till level of the harbor Access to this is obtained by 1 staircase of Sr7 stops cut in the rock by the Venetians The prison is isolated on the top of this bare rock exposed to the blazing heat of till sun whoso beams descend with tlorce fury upon tho colls and buildings where uo particle of shade obtainable crowded with the worst stud most dangerous ma lofactors gathered front all parts of the kingdom all of whom have boon convicted of serious offenses When allowed out for exercise Iu the prison yard they are permitted to soil to vis hors who are admitted to those j yards at stated tinges small nrti cles that they have carved in wood and bone within the prison The trille that they earn III this way they expend in the purchase1 of cigarettes etc There is u barri iCade between them and till vis hors over wlucn under the watcli fill eye of numerous sentries they hand their little works of art RESULT OF A WEE SMILE PolI I will say that youve taken some plains with this order said the pretty cook inspecting the contents of the groccrymans has j ket according to the Chicago Daily News Thats the best bunch of celery that youve brought me ill a long time anj 1them cranberries is great Anything wrong about the po grocerymrunAint them apples as tine green hogs aseyeryonseenn- t They aint bad admitted the cook The last I had werent fit to throw out an the celery was so tough an stringy Mr Cassells couldnt eat It The eggs look pret ty good too- Dont they said the grocery man picking one up and holding it to the light Look at that As big as a ducks egg and fresh as a daisy All of em are Ill bet half of em have got double yolks If you find one among the lot that aint as good as it might be Ill swaller it raw Just cast your eye on the butter there outnlast dozen I had and the but tel was strong enough to crack t he I plate I put it 01l8ald the cook 1 dont mind tellinyoH I advised Mr Cassells to change his grocer What said till groceryman reproachfully And have some dellsetimeecookEvelina said the gloltr man solemnly do yon know why you I daIThats whats pnzxlin me right now It wasnt because I kicked because Ive kicked before an thats all the good its done me- Evelina Slid the grocery man you may have forgotten it but you smiled on me yesterday That there smile +vitrnudmyheart an I thought of it when I was pick in out your stun this inorniu When I remembered time way you whiteicolor of then cranberries an your eyes as blight as a new tin kettle I went to work and got out the best of everything in sight Ciway said the cook smiling nevertheless Now a kind word urged the groccrl min no tellin what that will do to your order tomorrow You cant jolly me said the cook I ts true said time grorcryman If you hadnt smiled an Mr CIII sells hadnt paid his bill yesterday an the boss hadnt directed me to give him a little bettern usual theres no Shin what youd have drawn this inornin HAIR IN DICKENS WATCH Mystery in Connection with Male Tress in Timepiece of the Famous Author E S Williamson of time dlllalt1III1ntfellowship has discovered an other interesting relic of Dickens tin great author and one which variously enough ho has been car rying around for a few years with out knowing It He has been the possessor since IJI01 of the first gold watch carried j by Dickens which was brought to this country by Francis TelTery Dickens the third son of the an thor who came to Canada shortly after his fathers death and be 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at lionio owing to t lie fail o of a dentist to give relief tin- jy before A good supply of a floe brand of lily weather trolloped across the ipiiiing flue breeze also carried illi it the sound of chmca in a clfry a few blocks distant A musician down below added contribution Onward Clirifl I inn Soldiers blended appropri ably witlitho sounds from the belfry The musician below switched to Nearer My God tt Thee and then Coronation r tilled till court As the chimes censed the inns clan seemed 10 lose the spirit of tIll occasion for he rang in IJlxIcV as if it were an The bachelor was an ex confederate CoMseijuently he took the sudden change from the spiritual airs to the favorite of the south in good part I111l musician made a staccato j movement on Yankee poodle I He serer missed a note of that composition From that he wont by rapid changes to all of the old favorites Some antedated tho civil wurOW Then thorVVas a lull The July weather kept muting in through thooH ninginhealingdraughts- Some of it mast have got into till room of the musician down be low for ho mixed it up with U mini her of popular airs played by the orchestras mild whistled by the nu diences Theo he took up his re ligious portfolio and ran out more spiritual music Suddenly ho got back into roof garden and comicopora selections Just then the chimes began a sec ond installment The musician ev ideally thought this was a clan I lenge for he banged out and howled Tammany until people occupying roosts on the court shut down windows us women do whet- they see a storm coming The bachelor however kept hi window open Ho had intermittent attacks of eruptions among his molars and a little thing like Tammany oven if it was butch ered did not upset him iJiist as the musician finished his slaughter a diafqgno further down the court broke in upon tin July consignment of weather Say Well what is it Somebodys been stealing the cream olF Hie top of my bottle of againWhats that You heard what I said Thl e is the second tulle this has lump pened within the last three days aural if it happens again The remainder of the threat was lost amid the banging of other win doves including that of the bache for with the toothache but as ho was barricading out the sound of the rumpus he hoard coming titf front below Tam nlan ee Tain man ee- Anil thus another Sabbath was broken POLITENESS IN STREET CAR Deferences Due to Women In DIg Cities Are Oftentimes Dis pensed With In a town like Chicago where half a million people are dumped into au urea a mile squaw in the morning and are taken out of it and distributed to the four quar tern of the city in the evening it in inevitable that some of thetourte lies and amenities of life should suffer It is inevitable that the deference due to women should somitlmea be lacking in traction curs iiud that men should some times sit when women are stand ing This is to be regretted and it is not to be denied but it may truthfully be asserted that the lUuntiou is by no meaim as bad ap it is ordinarily represented to be It is not true for instance that no woman can hope to have a scat surrendered to her in a Chicago traction car unless she Is young and attractive or old and feeble or carrying an infant in her arms Anyone who will even casually observe nab things will see that I men give up their seats to women I who are neither handnoine nor old nor burdened with babies Tired men who have been on their feet all day will surrender their seats to the most commonplace women Not all men will do so perhaps not most of them will do so but enough Chicago men will and do give their beYI11m there is no chivalry or gal taut rv in this town It squall true likewise that Chicago women are properly ap piTciative of the courtesy of the proUercd seat Nine women in ten will thank the main who gets up mud prollefH his place The wom an who tapes the seat without u word of thanks is a rare exception Ol runes she ought not to exist ut all just as there should be no- I men who sit while women stand There are however people of all kinds in a big city and it would be stnuw indeed if there were not aiiKiiix them a certain proportion of iUiipprcrintive women and un giilhint men The comfort is that there iiio relatively so few of Olthl1 lh19S PRIMITIVE SALT MAKING Identically tho Same Methods of Man ufncture Have Been in Vogue for Many Decades I Many tons of impure salt are maleenrhyeuatdilTereutpoiutson tending from Tongku to Shuuhni kuan mind Nindiwnng The meth ads employed are the sauna in each place mend the same have been in use certainly from the time of Marco Lobos famous journey through eastern China The salt is made by the eva porn lion of sea water The water Is pumped into evaporating basins by wind power and evapo rated by the heat of the sun Ex telllliniUUIII miles each way from Tongku the coast is nearly level and only a few fnelies or feet above high tide On this lint coast are the salt works The evaporating basins are made on the flats mud Lave mulch the appearance of innu merable tOiuiis courts of grea They once separated from IIsiz otter by stimuli ridges of mud eight inches high The bottoms of the basins arc malt level and hard rolled with a stone roller The basins are filled to a depth of three Inches with sea water which is evaporated by the heat of the sun in from one to three days leaving a coating of salt on the bottom This is cart fully scraped into a pile and after rcrolling the bottom more water is pumped In These basins are located about two feet above tide level and in groups so as to be served by a cen Ural pump The tints are cut in all directions by small canals giving each group water connection wHit the main salt yards at the railway station or the river The salt as fast us it is mule is shoveled into Fiiiall hosts which are punted through the canals to the main yards where It Is thrown into great heaps and covered with vials waiting to be sold and packed for the Tientsin market Peru Taking to Automobile The automobile has taken o strong hold in Pom Lima is tr tauten service ofnutomobllebuses- earls designed to carry 150 passen tCIS Wanted Her Share So you mire going to give George 10000 for marrying me asked Grace Thats what I promised salt the old financier Hutjfather continued Grace what are you going to givomefor marrying George Detroit Free Press Vigorously Expressive Your wife has such expressive eyesYesand she does pretty welt in that line with lice tongue tot Cleveland Leader For a painful burn there is noth ing like DeWitts Which Hazel Salve Thero arVa hostof imitations of imitations of DeWitts Which Hazel Salve on the martetsee that you get the ife ineAskfor DeWitts Good too for sunburn cuts bruises and especially recommended for piles the name E C DeWitt Co is on every box Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m STRONG 11 ktUUH tin Mains toYallofTiltonQa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Gun Hundred ofothirwiak =women art being re stared to perfect health by this rlm- Idy YOU maybe well if you will tale It Indlgestloncausee nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food thatmaybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour- risingsbelchingheartbumandall stomach disorders Digests What You Eat bottl ntca s u- trill orb o tt ilu of Iatf1OZltWt 1HeHe by Z WAYNE ulttruv Big Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN For April 1906 Minnesota North and South Dakota Manitoba Western Ontario Saskatchewan Bssin iboiaandHllerta00nndecs8ee tiers tickets Dates of sale April 3 I017 and 24 1900 r pointut24 and 25 190- 6Northern MicliisanslToiTi HomeSeekers Excursion April 1 and 24 May 8 and 22 California Washington Ore gon Idaho Montana Utah and Intermediate Territory Special one way 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occupied it all I used to work in those daysall day long and a good deal of the nightas most men have to do if they have a big Business and want it to grow and straightWell pegging away that evening until close upon midnight There wasnt a sound anywhere i knew there wasnt a soul in the building except myself Sudden ly on this stillness came a succes sion of stealthy sounds like cau tious footfalls on the stairs I dropped my pen and rushed anyJminutes My heart was beating pretty hard but that was the only sound I could hear I went back to my writing again and for ten minutes or so everything was still Then once more came those mysterious footsteps By this time I was rett well unnerved but I went careful 2y up two flights of stairs and looked thoroughly through all tin rooms on two floors There was nothing out of the common Again I sat down and went to work This tints I got in nearly half an hour of good ciphering before my ghost woke np again but he did wako up and this time with such a decided and unmistakable noise that the cold sweat started all over me IIMy pride came to my aid and I determined to search the house My knees shook a good deal but I managed to light a candle that 1 kept on my desk for sealing Grasping this in one hand anti a piece of gas pipe in the other somehow or other I managed to stun ble up the stairs I went to the very top of the house I looked into every smallest nook in every room on the fifth floor Then I took up the fourth and so on down Not a using was doing I was store mystified than ever As I stood at the topof the lust flight of stairs and was peering down it utterly bewildered sad denly I caught sight of my ghost There in plaits sight of me was a great gray rat going backward down the stairs and drugging in iris mouth a big bone This of course dropped from stair to stair with a dull thud that we hear so much about raid gave the effect of a person going stealthily down the stairs hI have run down two or three ghosts in my time andevery one of theta was a rat AGREE ON KINDLY MUZHIK Consideration of Russian Peasant Sol dier IB One Point Which Strikes Correspondents However the corrcspoiidentH may disagree on other things those who went through the re out Jla itch ai ittu campaigns agree entirely in regard to the kindliness and good nature of the Russian peasant soldier Two incident which illustrate it ate recorded by Maurice Raring who was the representative in the Held of the London Morning 1oft Ou the retreat Terra Tashih rhinohe says I arrived at 3Iaichen at seven in tIll veiling missed the train to Lhiiiyanguiui returning from the station found the gates of the city closed 1 went buck to the deserted railway station halfdead with fatigue It began to rain I fell ou a chair outside tin bullet An tllcial told me I must not steels on that chair any where else but not there I lay down on I hiI IIltlljJUIthH the proceedings He waited until 1 was asleep then brought his own mating lifted me up put ItII rjnder mo built a small tent of matting over me and brought met sack as a pillow I woke up and protested against taking his her longings but he insisted nut made himself comfortable with a y fi greatcoat and a piece of matting The next morning he concludes he brought me a cup of hot tea at dawn I offered him a ruble lie refused it I never saw him again but his little unremembered ac t will never be forgotten by me Later riding from Liau yan g back to naicheu Mr Haring stopped for the night at a small guard station beside the road station at which trains did not stopThe soldier in charge of Westa tion he says invited me in to supper Five men partook The senior man my host apologized for the insufficiency of the meal and said it was the best he had to offer He went and brought his last remaining delicacies some cucumber and two lumps of sugar He put both bits of sugar in m v tea I cannot give an adequate idea of what a rarity and delicacy sugar was at that time at the frontHe also found a greater rarity a small crystal of lemon extract and gave it to me I never enjoye d a meal more I asked my host if he had been a long time at this sta tion I thought he would say a week or so but to my surprise hts said four years and a half Then all at once I realized this mans life isolated in a plain in the south of Manchuria at a place where trains never stopped H made me a comfortable bed an brought me before I slept an other cup of tea and his last crys tal of lemon Place in the Procession Lewis Barker for many years a prominent lawyer and politician of Maine wan elected one of tlw council to Gov 1Iaisted who was governor of that stateIn 1SS1 Mr Barker was opposed in politics a t least to Inv Ilaisted Ilaisted ran for reelection against lIon Frederick Robie and was defeat ed On the day of the inaugura tion of Hob it Gov Ilaisted and thy governorelect with members of the council including Mr liar ker sat in the governors rooms at the statehouse about to proceed to the hall of Representatives for the ceremonies of inauguration Gov Ilaisted was at a loss to know who should go ahead in the procession he the outgoing got ernor or noble the incoming out so he turned to Mr Darker and asked him about it Mr Barker who had a ready wit at once re plied Why doesnt the corpse always go ahead Boston Hei 1111 JURY NEEDED INSTRUCTION Verdict Was Forthcoming When Thi One Point Was Settled in Their Minds It was a plain straight ease of highway robbery und the judge charged the jury thnt they could only bring in a verdict of guilty relates the Cleveland Leader They went out und three hours passed Then they came strap gling in and the foreman uu nounced that they couldnt agree What exclaimed his honor you cant agree on as plain a case us thisSorry to say we cant jedge Then you must be a passel of idiots Do you doubt that the plaintiff was riding along the Blue Hill road on the day sworn to Not at all Do you doubt that Joe Simp son was hiding in the brush Not a doubt Didnt he spring out and hold the plaintiff up He certainly did Didnt he afterward ride tin plaintiffs horse into Red Valley and spend some of the money Fur shore Thou what in blazes ails ye that yt cant agree Its this way jedge If we bring in a verdict of guilty Joe will git about tin yews wont he II All of that and mebbe snore Then the question comes up 111 to who is to have his boss and guiltlIutin about Wall I kin settle that pint for ye party mighty quick ills lions is iu mystable and will stay thar and his guns are in my desk and cant be tookeu away Now then hump yourselves and bring in a verdict of guilty havingIwenand the case was quickly disposed of MUCH UNREST IN EGYPT J Natives of Alexandria and Lower Part of Country Are In Very Un settled State- t The Cairo principal hotels are full of Americans and the season has begun much earlier this year on account of the cold weather- a along the Riviera Old residents in Egypt claim that Cairo is her coming colder each year Time weather was so chilly here at the end of December that the visitors wore overcoats in the daytime had fires in their bedrooms said many of them were driven to go to Upper Egypt in search of warmth The rain fell continu ously for two weeks The natives in Alexandria and Lower Egypt generally lire in a very unsettled state During the last 20 years the country has be come so prosperous that the CallaIbeen peasantry have wealthy beyond their wildest dreams Now they have become dissatisfied with the British dent inution and want Egypt for them selves This is very noticeable j dealing with the Egyptian iuj men who are now as insolentaud independeut in their business as they were once servile The police make frequent raids at the Arab cafes and search the customers Theydknives iu one day The British have now only 3000 troops of all arms in Egypt and depend on the Soudanese troops to remain loyal in case of a rising There are several warships at Port Said Alexandria sad other adjacent ports which could be called upon at short notice The relations between Lord Cromer and the khedive are very strained and have been HO for some time The khedive shows himself vests little in Cairo these days scud spends most of his time at his pal aces Koubeh and Abdin For surly he used to dliout every afternoon and mode a point of passing Shepheards hotel about five oclock when the terrace was prettyAmericas tea There is a boons in Cairo in real estate unit numbers of Greeks and Armenians have made for tunes in buying and selling land One man bought land for X15 an acre rigged up pumps and spent u little money in having little irri gating ditches dug Then he sold the land for 3i an acre which yielded him a handsome profit greatscompanies are being formed to ac quire territory and build up Indus tries on the banks of the White Nile Sdveral parties of Ameri 1cons have already gone to Khar tones said chartered dahabealm to take them to the great game conn try toward Fashoda Lower Egypt hits been fit overrun with sportsmen that the game has been practically exterminated or driv en away garrisondothem with contempt WILL HIDDEN IN A BOOK It Left 90000 to a Little Girl of Seven Years Purchased at Auction An extraordinary story comes from St Etienne of how a lost will came to light An ex Benedictine monk M Granger was pURsing the Place Ides Ursules several days ago and heard a secondhand bookstall keeiMr selling off n job lot Who wants a will for a penny cried the tumid M manger however men tinned the incident to a notary who advised him to try and obtain possession of it The bookstall man was not hack at hits customary stand till a week later The will was still for sale and the Benedictine at onco bought it timid took it to the not readingitWhy it is a perfectly valid will of the late Mine Clmvunne who IWIVCH her whole fortune to her joddaughter Sophie Mine Chavunne having appar catty died intestate her estate valued at 0000 was about to be handed over to lien nextofkin onlyI been hidden in a book which was among un odd lot bought t a sale of the old ladys furniture Dangerous With no motive in life a man if not unlik an automobile without the steering wheel DRAINAGE OF SWAMP LANDS United State Geological Survey Ex pert Tells How Wells May Be Constructed Successfully The drainage of swamp lauds by means of drilled wells has re rived the attention of Mr Rob ert E Horton of the United States geological survey The manner in which these wells should be constructed is set forties in a paper included in Water Sup ply and Irrigation Paper No 145 the annual publication entitled Contributions to the Hydrology StatesI the nuI merous or kettle holes without natural outlets many of which are occupied by swamps or ponds If drained the rich mucky soil which covers the bottom of the depres sion would often snake the finest kind of land for n truck garden and on the other hand drainage of till spot would break up the car rivals of the nmmlaria laden mos quitoes domiciled there Ordi nary surface drainage is often in adequate for the removal of these unsightly unhealthful swamps but many of them have been sue cessfully drained into deepdrilled wellsTo drill such wells an ordinary swell driilers outfit is necessary The average cost of a threc inch well including casing should not exceed 1 a foot Time mouth of the well should b- In an excavation below the bottom of the pond If the well is provid ed with u bell mouth lit capacity is nearly doubled The inflow of water is reduced if a screen is placed over the mouth of the well to prevent the entrance of sticks A large brick catch basin with ample screen eovtred openings should be built around the mouth so that thefnlleujauityof the well may he utilized The effectiveness of these wells depends 1 upon the Knetration of an open fissure or a porous stratum of sand maid gravel and 2 upon the underground waters rising only to a height below the bottom of the pond If theseqon ditioiiK are right the water enters the well mouth und passes down the pipe and out into the porous beds at the bottom All who may be interested in this novel method of draining swamp lands may obtain from the director of the United States geo logical survey at Washington D C copies of the puj er which contains Mr Hoitons recommen dll lions ABANDON THE OLD VESSELS United States Coast Survey Rapidly Disposing of Boats Which Have Become Useless The United States coast survey is disposing of its old sailing yes eels as fast us they become unfit for survey service and is replacing them with modern steamers an rapidly as money is placed at the disposal of the bureau for the sere e Recently the schooner Quick which hats been employed in work on the gulf coast in the vicinity of the mouth of the Mississippi river was sold and the schooner Spy is on the lists to be disposed of Time Quick is a composite hull vessel and was built at Baltimore in 1873 She has seen service in every important harbor on the Atlantic and gulf coasts timid in her day was a fine vessel The schooner Spy which will next he sold was built at Toteu yule N Y in 1888 and is only C1J feet long having a carrying capac ityof but 17 tons net Both schoon ers were laid up for more than a year past at Madlsonville La- The sale of these vessels leaves but two schooners in the coast survey service the Matchless em ployed at Chesapeake hay and the schooner Transit at Madison yule La The Matchless has fre quently been iu Washington port and for tits past three summers has been employed in making stir vets of the Potomac river in con junction with the steamer En deavor FREE TRIP TO- MAMOTH M CAVE Offered By The Republican to School Boys of Ohio County How many persons in Ohio county have seen the Mammoth Cave e Situated less than 100 miles from us it is visited every year by people from every land as one of the coven wondors of the world Doubtless many of our readers have been embarrassed when in other Statesthey were asked to describe thewonderful Kentucky Cave and were compelled to admit to the utter astonishment of the ques tioner that they have never seen it To contribute somewhat towarduthis necessary part of the boys education the management of this paper has decided to inaugurate a pilgrimage to the cave for the first week inISeptember of this year and seven school boys one from each Magisterial district in Ohio county between the ages of 12 and 20 will be given the trip free of charge accompanied by one of the cditors OUR PLANEvery school boy in Ohio county who was not less than 12 nor more than 20 years old January 1 1906 will be entitled to be voted for The candidate receiving the largest number of votes cast for any one in his district will be entitled to the trip Every candidate must reside in the district from which he is named and the right is reserved to withdraw the offer in any district from which only one is nominated Every years subscription to TilE RFPUDLICAN of 100 whether arrears or advance will entitle the subscriber to 10 votes and six months subscription to 15 votes The names of candidates with number of votes received to date will be published each week No employe or member of the family ofttany one connected with this paper will be elligible as a candidate Persons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following ballot THE JDISTLTRIOTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No IEast and West Hartford East andJWeitJ Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTRICT No 2Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and HorseIBranch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3 Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot ing precincts DISTRICT No IEast and West Fordsville jEtnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 5Bcda HeWn Uuford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No 6Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport Mclienry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts iFree Trip to Mammoth Cave I j I cast this ballot of votes A- i For 14IWboulltP I tD I BDd GarlIi District No Precinct Ii t ISignl I J Address r III State County I I 1 1 I BANK OF IHHIINCOl OIYAL f Capital Stock 4000000Surplus 12 OOOOO i Stockholders Addil Liability = 4OOOOOO t Securety to Depositors9200000- Ji W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier t H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier jII J W FORD HOLDROOK H P TAYLORJNO DIrectorsT MOORE j11 JNO H +++++++++++ ++ ot +++ tot + +HotK FIRST NATIONALBANK Oi Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500- Will loan money from 1 day to J2 months This is your Bank Come in- DIRECTORS GADE LIKENS ALVIN ROWE BURCH FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN Subscribe for The Hartford RepublicanI k r S Ii4