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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ttrtf r BqrnblkanI JFine Job Wqrk a SpecialtyIF IT IS NEW YOlWMND j IT IN TIIEREPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 18 1906 No 44 STREET FAIR And Home Comtnp of Ohio Coun tlans to be Held June 2223 X Following Is a partial list of pre miums offered by Hartfords businessmen for Street Fair to be held a Hrrtford June 22 and 23 1 W H Griffin Druggistthe I most popular young lady Daughter of a member A S of E of Ohi county between the age of lQand 22 yearslamp 10 00 Lady receiving 2nd highest vote present to be selected C 00 2 J C Her Groceryman best jam cake 5 00 Best pound cake COO Winning cakes to be property of donor 3 City Restaurant best and Suckling colt 7 Second best 2 50 4 Sam Bach Dry Goods an Clothing Merchantbest sucklin- iJ mule colt suit hat and shoes 15 5 RWKmgJewelerandOpticia- oldest 1 gentleman or lady present 1 pair gold rim spectacles 6 50 6 Black Birkhead Livery men handsomest turnout 1 set of buggy harness 15 00 7 U S Carson Groceryman best suckling colt foaled in 1906shot I gun 1000 8 A D White Hardware and I Groceriesworst turnout two or more to enter 3 00 9 Ohio County Bankbest boy rider under 15 years of age 5 00 10 First National Bankbest la dy rider regardless of age 15 00 2nd best both in gold 10 00 1 11 J II Williams Druggist prettiest half dozen doilies in drawn work one toilet set 5 00 Handsomest half dozen doilies in em broidered work one hand bag 4 00 Prettiest piece of drawn work cut1 xlass sugars and creams 5 00 Handsomest piece of embroidered work berry set 50fli 12 Fair Co Dry Goods c handsomest turnout driven b 1younglady three or more to enter silk dress 1500 Winners in ring 6 not eligible in this ring entries cannot be made in both ringss13 Thomas Bros Grocerymen heaviest dozen of hen eggs on clock 2 5 i 14 Moore Crabtree Meat t menfor closest guess to a sealed number in an envelop seventyfive pounds of granulated sugarE15 Sanderfur Co Grocery I 0menbest16 W C Schlemmer Bakery1 sack race three or more to enter1 first premium 300 Second premium 2 00 17 Sam Riley Groceryman best half dozen frying chickens 2 60he 18 R H Gillespie Blacksmith oJ best bushel of wheat one doubletree 4fand singletrees to match 3 50 C E Morrison Blacksmith best half bushel of June peaches one doubletree and singletrees to match 3 50 20 Saunders Co Grocerymen best trio of Plymouth Rock chick ens 2 0 Best two pounds of butter 1 00 21 Dr E W Fordbest drag pr dirt road 5 00 22 Bank of Haatfordbest horse any age or sex 10 00 23 Carson Co General Me- rchandisforr the most s youn tnan in Ohio county between the age of 18 and 25 years one yty 50 00 i All ballots to be signed by voter J with name and post office address i Contest opens June 1st 1906 anti conj tinues until 4 oclock on June 23 a 1906 the lastday of the Fair Bal lots can be obtained at our store 24 Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggists Beat model stnllionmare c or gelding any age one gold watch 15 00 To be exhibited under halter 25 Dr J B TappanJeweleran- dOpticanprettiest young lady be tween 18 arid 20 years of age one L solid gold ring 600 t- f I 4- N r l 4 Handsomest young gentleman between age of 18 and 20 years a traveling toilet set 3 00 26 Keown Bras Meat Men largest gentleman present 1 00 Largest lady present 1 00 27 Z Wayne Griffin and Bro Druggists prettiest handkerchief in drawn work one set Rogers 1847 knives and forks 6 50 oftJ time fiddler over age of 50years2 50 29 J H Thomas Undertaker potato race 100 yards 3 or more sparoeach potato to be carried back to bo separate to first 300 To second 20- Confectioners o 30 Hoover Bros foot race for boys between the age of 10 and 15 years 50 yards 2 50 31 Hoover Bros Confectioners best white layer cake 40 pounds granulated sugar 2 Tweddell Bro blac 50smithsbest two chickens any breed one set of doubletree and single- I trees 2 50 Long Co Economy Store OqLadies and Gents Furnishings Etc handsomest turnout on horsebank lady and gentleman together any age three or more to enter 8 00 hat to lady 5 00 pair shoes to gentleman The American Society of Equity will be given the afternoon of Friday first day for a grand parade ad dress by some leader of national reputation and such other program as they mayparacnueus MVII nc recent IK isIibution1 There are many ways of checkt ig the acquirement of the great ortunes Revising Protection out f the Paritf is only one of them arthquakes and conflagrations are theif mpairmcnt of d FreeTrade might do for an occasion tl destroyer Ithas in time past oper ted in this way pronounced success In some respects it is to be preferred earthquakes and conflagrations rce Trade can be absolutely relied ppon to greatly diminish and occa curytent more than that Striking to the root of gainful occupatiops it kills the germ of prosperity by decreasing alike theJ total of employment and sum total and rate of wages paid sand distributed In this way it is a great preventive of money getting probably the greatest ever devised As an all round checker of 1Bkinir we dont suppose that the t namedl I lf we cannot havp complete Free Trade revision of the Tariff down ward would accomplish much alongI this line f State of O ssLucasFrank J Cheney makes oath that is senior partner of the firm of F Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and State aforesaidand that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib- e 1 in m this 6th day oft XI The following gentlemen shall have general supervision eve alt entries and awards W T Brown Sam Morton A R Pirtle Burch Felix Silas Stevens S A ANDERSON Chmn C M BARNETT Sec MATTHEWSr SAM T BARNETTCommittee Notice The Commonwealth of Kentucky To the County Judge of Ohio county viz Hon W B Taylor and toI the County Attorney of Ohio county viz Hon E M Woodward You will each please take notice that on the first Tuesday in June viz June 5th 1906 at Frankfort Kentucky II will apply to the Kentucky State Board of Prison Commissioners for a parole and release from imprisonment in the State Penitentiary at Eddyville Kentucky CAY DAVISL I CRS COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY Gives Elegant Dinner to Vis itors at Fair- Grounds The Ohit County Medical Society here Wednesday in regular moot ly session with a large number physicians from the county present An elegant barbecued dinner was Faitl anumlwere The gentlemen present were D Louis Frank Louisville A F n ley E B Pendleton S J Wedding E W Ford J W Taylor JT Mill er Hartford S D Taylor Beaver Dam J A Duff Sulphur Springs J W CarterMaxwell Z H Shultz Bedsk0 P Willis CromwellJ 0 McKen ney Taylor Mines and Messrs W H Griffin F L Felix Heber Matthews and C M Barnett thkpresence dames A F Stanley E W Eord S J Wedding E B Pendleton J W Taylor Z H Shultz D H God sey W H Griffin C M Barnett F L Felix J A Duff Heber Matthews arid Miss Moreland- A business session was held at the Court house in the afternoon at which addresses were made by D Louis Frankof Louisville an others This society which was organized only a short time ago is growing hi membership and in interest The officers are Well up in their profession Ohikr line Meettif th tvi oxTuesdayfor the purpose of electing delegates tojon I The basis of representation will be two delegates for each county a large and one additional delegate for each two hundred members o major fraction thereof Count not having county unions organized should send delegates from their lo executiveboard DAVID MORELAND Pres S B ROBERTSON Sec KS U ofAS of E LicenseI hay been issued since our last report Jesse Loyd Reynolds age 18 to Sallie Owen Reynolds age 18 Alfred Elmore Beaver Damage 30 to Lula Oiler Beaver Dam age 20 B L GossettTaffe age 20 to HallieCash Dundee age 21 John WilliamsMax well age 24 to Leona Simmons Max well age 15 James F Landrum Rockport age 19 to Daisy Nickel Rockport age 15 J R Fergusonnr Prentis age 33 to Katie Hudnell Prentis age 18 John D Filbaek Rosine age 24r to Archie Ziglar Horton age 17 M L Ament Tay- r lor Mines age 21 to Nannic Austin Beaver Dam age 20 BEDA May 16Rev Calvert will preach at the C P church the third Sunday afternoonOwing to being engaged in a protracted meeting Rev Williams failed to preach at Mt Herman Sun day Dr S W Crowe attended com mencement exercises at Beaver Dam Tuesday evening Mrs Bernice Dodson and little daughter Lora visited Miss Ethel Bennett at Beaver Dam last Sunday Mr and Mrs R P Bennett visit ed relatives near Beaver Dam Sat urday Walter Parks Whitesville visited his father W Q Parks Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Liles entertained quite a number of the young folks withI I 1hr u4 riifithr 1 a eveningAzro been in Ray Colo for the past sevI en months have returned I Mrs Laura Chinn is the guest of relatives near here Dr S W Crowe attended the barbecue dinner at the Fair grounds Wednesday beenfMrs W C Ambrose visited her daughter Mrs Sanderfur Nocreek Tuesday Azro Rowan visited Mrs Nancy Foster Wednesday rsThe Sunday School at the C P church Is largely attended and grows iainterest with each service Mr and Mrs Jesse Hudson visited rcl intoythe property formerally occupied by Dr Stewart PILLOWED HIS HEAD On Breast of Man He Shot and Peacefully Slept Juckson Ky May 14Bill Griffith colored was shot and instantly killed at noon today by Docks Strong while trying to prevent Strong from beating his wife Strong also colored came home wifedHerGriffith who was a neighbor He ran over to Strongs house when Strong presented his pistol and shot Griffith between the eyes Griffith fell to the floor and died instantly- o without a tremor Strong lay down beside the dead man and went to sleep and when the people whom his shot attracted rush ed into his house he was lying withe his head 6n the breast of his victim j ServicesnNo 11 G AR will on the 30th of May 1906 hold memorial services at the Henry Smith grave yard on the Fordsville and Hartford road three and onehalf miles Southwest of aretwore or gray The SpanishAmerican war COmeisDone by order of the Post ComeHeavrinHorton Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Dr Charles E Heavrin and Miss Minnie Horton in Louise ville June 2nd at 9 a m Miss Horton is one of the most attractive young ladies in the city while Dr Heavrin who is a native of Ohio county has made rapid strides as a dentist He is a brother of Attor ney M L Heavrin of this place The ceremony will take place at Highland Baptist church 7dRJr VC xiar4lBern he y Tin Kind You Han AlMrsBoszft Sfpatut lI Gf Congressional Convention Called to Meet at Hodgenville Pursuant to call a meeting of the Fourth Congressional Republican District Committee of Kentucky was thisday held in Rpom33j Hardesty HotelLebanon t 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 their respective counties on Saturday June 30 1906 at one oclock pm 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 rt standard time to select delegates to attend a Congressional District Convention hereby called to meet in Hogenyille Kentucky Tuesday July lOth190G at 11 oclpck a m standard time to nominate a candidate for Con I gross in this the Fourth Congression r 4 i T TTTTT T S tPROGRAM I Twentyfifth Anniversary and Commence i ment of Hartford College it t Baccalaureate Sermon f6byDR DAVID EDGAR FOOLE Sunday May 2011 Oclock A M DECLAMATORY CONTEST Tuesday Evening 8 P M Invocation REV J A LEWIS iInstrumental Solo MARY KEOWN w McClaines Child VERA HAWKINS TAYLORiThe National and Moral World JOSEPH BENNETT 4 Horatius at the BridgeJouN A BENNETT Vocal SoloMRS C D STEVENS J Pyramids not all Egyptian CLYNER HICKS The Doom of Cladius and Cynthia WINONA C STEVENS Male QuartetMESSRs ELLIS THOJIASLRE LONG ifHARRY LONG ALONZO SANDERFUR BrierRoseIRENE MILLER i How He Saved St Michaels ifw fInstrumental 7iORATORICAL CONTESTItWednesday ivening 8 P M Sz Invocation REV A B GARDNER J Instrumental Solo WINONA C STEVENS V Eminent American VomenNORA OVERHULTZ f Monuments I WILLS TAYLOR Vocal Solo MRS C D STEVENS 4is r Our Nations Future FRANK FOREMAN Z Visions of Hope IVA TAYLOR Vocal Solo t Miss CARRIE LEWIS + Henry W Grady J NEY FOSTER r The Spirit of the Age ARTHUR KIRK ItInstrumental Duet MISSES WG RNER and NALL 7E Presentation of Medal EXERCISES4Thursday LEWISTSilent InfluencesLILIAN MILLER tz Vocal Solo MRS C D STEVENS Mans Conquest of Nature MCDOWELL FOOLE c Vocal Duet Miss LEWIS and MR LONG Address to GraduatesHoN BEN D RINQO- T Instrumental Solo rM s Tiros B PETRIE 1 i Presentation of Diplomas HON C M BARNETT + 4 ALUMNI RECEPTION MT OIrCIIESTItAi9lr Address of WelcomeJUDGE J S GLENN gfr Address DR WAYLAND ALEXANDER Music ORCHESTRA 4 Address DR RICHARD FOSTER iMusic ORCHESTRA w s2Address R E L SUUlEItrlAN r Instrumental Solo MRS Titos PETRIE + t Address PROF H D CROWE Address WHBARNES ORCIiisTRA4Address 4 Add mrrrPROF L jt Music OIicII1tSTRAi t GRADUATES Class Motto Carpe Diem MCDOWELL FOLE Dll JESSE BEAN 1 LILLIAN lIILLJnst MM44 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 said district convention shall be one dele gate for each one hundred 100 or fractions over fifty 60 votes cast for President Roosevelt in 1904 viz Breckenridge 24 Bullitt 6 Grayson 22 Green 12 Hardin 17 Hart 18 i LaRueO Marion 12 Meade SNolson 130hio SlTaylor Washington 14 Lebanon Ky May 1 1906 Mi L HEAVRIN Chmn 4th Con Rep ComKy B T CONWAY Secy Protem 1 3 sa IT SENATOR McCREARYI Announces That be Will Vote For Denatured AIIIcohol Bill IMr R E Settle is in receipt of a letter from Senator Jas IL Mc Qreary announcing that he will vOte tfor the denatured alcohol bill which tens recently passed the National m use of representatives and is now pending in the Senate Denature Alcohol is alcohol that has underI g no a chemical process stroys its medicinal properties and renders its unfit for drinking pur poses Experiments have proven that olcohol surpasses gasoline as a fuel and light produer but its use is practically out of the question or account of the heavy duties upon the liquid The proposed bill provide that alcohol which has been chemical ly treated or denaurted shall be put on the free list thereby rendering it much cheaper and bringing it in completing with coal oil and gaso line The the bill if passed will have a greater effect on the Standard Oil Company than any measure yet pro posed as farmers can erect distilleries and manufacture their surplus corn into fuel and no combine car secure control of the industry A torpid inactive liver can poduc v more bodily ills than almost anything else it is good to clean the system out occasionally Stir the liver up and get into shapegenerallyThe bes Tesults are derived from the use o iDeWitts Little Early Risers Re liable Effective pleasant pills wha a reputation Never gripe Sold b 2 Wayne Griffin Bro m Making Vegetables Tender Many people have a notion that a black soil must of necessary be a nich one But on the contrary it may be almost devoted of mtrogen and so stands in need of some ferti lizer Whilst it is true that garden soils in general have a sufficiency ofI both potash and phosphoric acid i them the chances are that thes two food materials are to a cer tain extent locked upthat is they are not immediately available to the plant and are only taken out by slow degree Therefore the am ateur gardnner will find that thei best all around fertilizer for him to buy is one with an abundance ni trogen and moderate qualities ofI the other two substances Of course for large operations special compounds of fertilizers are an economy and while the same things holds good in theory on the small scaleI yet in practice as theamount involvI is so little wiser to have one all round fetilizer Succulent vegeta bles practically will thrive on nitro gen It makes them grow rapidly and that means tenderness Potash is used to inprove the quality Phos phoric acid helps to build the tissue conItainscompany it Look only for three terms Dont regardanything else How much to use Of course the answer largely depepds on the I grade of fertilizer Stable can be spread on three inches thickel JL pound of nitrate of soda is suilici- I hunIdredWhy take a dozen things to cure that cough Kenndys Honey and Tar allays the LaxativeII stops that thickling drives out through your bowels 2 Wayne Griflin Bro m The First Kiss I The greatest surprise to agirl who gets kissed the first time is that l there is no taste to it Pocahontas TimesTo the aged editor of the Focohontas Sun hotly replies Fo tatte to it Well by the hen feathers on Cupids dart but the Times man must be colorblind in the palate They tell us those who have tried it that it tastes mo the double distilled essence of honey spread thick on a piece of pumpkin pie Away back in the dim and joyful years ago when we lost our teeth and our cinch on the beauty prize the prettiest girl in the world told us with her own eyes that it felt like- a covey of quails flying out of each ear and ended up with a sensation tikes flock of angels pouring as down ones back No taste the first kiss Great Scotts d 1 IDa YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody ntfio reads the newspapers Is sure of the wonderful cures by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered of nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but Ifyou have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you It has been tested In so many ways In hospital In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and Ihamton made remedyIt after years byDr need work paper regular fifty cent and nomoteiDp1Iooto dollar sizes ale sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmer SwampRoot and the address Binghamto- ns Y on every bottle would make a modern cigar Indians hair curl and his toe nailsquiver with ecstacy The Times man must bean ice house 1orFamous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers Lifefstrike they quickly settles the trou bleand the puryfing work goes right cure for constipationheadi yachand dizziness 25 at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Pointed Paragraphs Chicago XewnJ Tipping a waiter doesnt make him 1 lose his balance Some people speak three times be for they say anything- If you are fond of a high old time buy a grandfathers clock 1In trying to dodge the issue the timeeIsnt it surprising what a lot of good bargains are offered a man when hes broke Money may not make the Mayor go but it sometimes induces the pol icy to move on Some people ask your advice for the purpose of making it off on others as original matter When a boy is willing to trade his pocket knife for a red apple to give to his teacherthat is love Why does a young man try to keep the rightside of his best girl when he knows that her heart is on the left side Just think how easy it is for you to deceive othersthen have another thought as to the ease with which others may deceive you EQUAL TO NINE ELEVATORS Moving Stairway cr Exalator Fully Tested in a Holiday Rush In New York TIll moving platform applied either as a sidewalk over bridges or as a stairway is attracting the close attention of experts In re gard to the former use exact fig ores conclusively established the extraordinary carrying capacity of the moving platforms as com pared with a train of street cars ins well as the smaller amount of current needed to haul the load In like manner moving stairways or exalntors as they ally thanlelevttots similar places of business In two large stores in New York triad Boston during the recent holiday season a careful count of the mini her of people carried by the exala tillS and the elevators was made The results went to show that a single exalator way equal in of liciency to eight or nine elevators Furthermore us the ascending and descending crowds are mar shined by the exalators and never allowed to come into conflict the advantage iu preventing confu sion mid congestion is great and striking contrast to thecouditina attending the handling of similar crowds by orilinary elevators The exalator assuredly has conic to slay sOASrzwOnXABeau the Bough I TIIt INGENUITY OF A TRAPPER Discovered Great Salt Lake and Xnew Every Rocky Mountain Pns9 Had Marvelous Memory Jim Hridgor stands forth as th most conspicuous figure in till brief but glorious reign of the tru I per and trailmnker in the far west relates Outing The greatest fit limiter and the greatest pathllmli of them all and possessing th most intimate knowledge of tlh Indian nature ever vouchsafed a white man Uridger will grow ill stature as time goes on and acci rate history is written No part of the great Rock mountain country held a secrc from Jim Uridger He was the first white man after John Collet to view the wonders of Yellow stone park std the first to look on Great Salt lake Seemingly beat lug a charmed life he wanderei through the lands of ninny Indian tribes sometimes fighting the ter men but more often living tlllir life and finding the solace of trw brotherhood at the lodge fire Every mountain Jim Bridget climbed every stream he crosser and every game trail he folio WIN was written down in the most mar velous memory ever granted a plainsman As a result years lint er when the white men bold but blundering sought the easiest paths over mountains JimiUridgei showed tfiem the best trails for their wagons and when the chief engineer of the Union Pacific bail wellnigh given up hope of getting his rails across the divide it was Jim Bridger who showed an avail able pass which he had traversed years before in his trapping days and the existence of which no oth er white man knew A few mouths ago this chief engineer Gen Grenville M Dodge showed his gratitude by resciiinj Jim Bridgers body from a neglect ed grave and interring it at Kan sas City under an appropriate IIctIthe man who put tie whole em pin of the west in Ifs debt too Convenient Ellen Theres one thing tint dpesnt suit me about this engage fluentEvaWhat is it Tom didnt have to go up to town for thisengagement ring lit simply went up to his room for ItLe Hire HOW TO KEEP FISH ALIVE French Naturalists Discover a Plant That Is Said to Preserve Purity or Water Consul General Richard Gueu titer of Frankfort Germany in the old days plain Dick Guenther of Wisconsin writes of a report that the French natural ists Billnrd toad Bryant Lave made a discovery with reference to keep lug fish alive which may be of prac tical importance The reported discovery con corns a tiny alga by itself not vis ible to the naked eye which pos senses the remarkable property of preserving the water in which it exists in a state of great for an almost unlimited pUIitI The little plant possesses the advantage of multiplying rap idly and thrives in almost all kinds of fresh water To the naked eye the presence of these algae is no ticeable through the brilliantly green color of the water provided it contains alarge number of them The two scientists have succeed ed in keeping brook trout alive in a largesized vessel for six weeks so that their taste at the cudof this period did not seem to he im paired in the least This is all the more remarkable as it is well known that otherwise brook trout can only be kept alive in running water Live brook trout for instance were shipped by rail the journey consuming seven hours at a tem pern t lire of 25 degrees in vessels filled with water to which thcsi algae had been added The trout were all fresh upon arrival while IIin other vessels shipped at the same time with pure water not con taining these algae not a single trout arrived alive The explana Von of this phenomenon is proba bly that these algae like other green plants decompose the car bonic acid exhaled the fish and so rooxidixe the watlI True two I scientists are of the opinion that s nudcr tine tQll1D Nr it may have been secreted in the fish harmless Dyspeptic Pop PopYes I my son What is till difference between a desert and a dessert Out is a waste of sand and the other is a waste sugarYon kers Statesman Other Objections Gladly would I die for you Her look of hauteur was main tained despite this plea You are in error she replied coldly if you think the color of your hair constitutes my chief ob jection to your Tine goodnight was brief and uooii Philadelphia Ledger Lawyers AdviceiTimothy Coflln who was prom inent at the Bristol county Mass bar half a century ago once se cured the acquittal of an old Irish woman accused of stealing a piece of pork As she was leaving the courtroom she put her liund to her mouth and in an audible whisper saidMr Carfln whntll I do with tine Jlorruk Quickly came the retort Eat ItIHI fool the judge says you didnt steal it- Pushed Ahead Many a mums greatness is due to the fact that IH inns a bosa wife Chicago Daily News It is possible to obtain relief from chronic indigestion and dyspepsia by the use of Kodol for Dyspepsia Some of the most hopeless I casesfor long ptanding have yield ed to it It enables you 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Proposition to Procure Money From Louisville Warehouse Co The meeting of the Green River district organization of the American Society of Equity which was held a yensboro last Tuesday dosed with out deciding on any means of financing pooling of the 1906 crop of to baccoThe committee submitted a report recommending that an agreement be entered into with the l Warehouse company and stating the terms on which money can be pro cured from this company The en tire day was taken up in a discuss ion of this report In the endthe report was receivedbut not occurred in The committee Continued with instructions to make an effort to find some other and better plan of financ ing the crop The report submitted by the wa sand means committee is in full as followsWhereas we your committee befinanceand have faille to secure a satisfact ory plan other than the one herein offered Whereas the Louisville Ware house company has agreed to make an advance of 5 on the A 13 C grades 450 on C 1 on 0 and II grades and whereas they have further agreed that they would furnish enough money on the above named terms for two years at 6 per cent or until tobacco is sold and also make a satisfactory reduction in oth er expense we your committee recommend the acceptance of this offers B Lee Chairman David i Moreland J H Burncy S B Rob ertson J E Minnett David Moreland State President and a member of the ways and means committee took the same view of the matter as did Mr Lee He said that 1000000 would be necessary to finance the 1906 cro and that no such an amount could be obtained in Owensboro that the as sociation must go to a larger city for it lie dwelt on the fact that the Louisville Warehouse company had befriended the A S of E should en dorse union of all the counties in the district Disunited he did not believe that the assocoation could accomplish the best results A good complexion is impossible with the stomach out of order If pasty sallow people would pa 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 in the right shape to do itown work Kodol relieves palpitation of tho heart flatulence sour stomach heartburn etc Sold4 y Z Wayne Griffin Bro m at Strength of the Ant If a man had the strength of the ant he could lift 500 times his own weight Thus if the standard weight of man were 150 pounds he could lift without over exertion 750000 pounds Think how suchI a condition would affect the labor problem of how it would express it self in prowess of peace and war be yond the wildestdreamsl And if an ordinary man was so strong how marvelously more able would be Sandow of that race of Samsons Mado Happy for Life Great happiness came into the home of S C Blair school superin tendant at St Albans W Va i when his little daughter was restor ed from dreadful compliant he names Hesays My little daugh ter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment but grew steadily worse until as a last resort IreIIcomplete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general de bility female weakness impoverished blood and malaria Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Price 50c How to Check an Evil it strike President ItRoosevelt k J1r Habitforming Medicines Whatever be tho fact as to many of the fOCullou medicines coo taining Injurious ingredients as broadly tnibltancd In soma Journals of moro or certllinlyIMIJIIattention to this subject It has In 03 considerable measure resulted In tho most Intelligent peoplo avoiding such food anti medicines as Im fairly stis IIIJllrlollslnltredlentllfact borne tlmo ago Dr IMerce or Buffalo N Y took tlmo by tho orolock nil It tHlCInltrcdhclues are composed Thus he has com jilntoly forest a Iliil critics and opposition that otherwise bo IIrltH against his medicines Iwcauso they are now OK KNOWN COMIOHITIOV Fur oti I tlieso medicine contain no alcohol or other habitonnlng drugs Neither do they contain any narcotics or Ingredients IIIJllrlOusI vegetable extracted rom tho medicinal found depths of our American forests and thlIwell recognized curative virtues Instead of alcohol which even In portion long continued as In obstinate I case of dl ells becomes highly objec iIroducoea J m ploys chemically torte triple rcflwd glycerine which o It+e Is a valuable rcmtdy In many cases of chronic diseases I being a demulcent antiseptic anti ferment and Mipimrtlng nutritive It enhances tho curative action of iolilen Seal root Stone root thoI Chrrrjrlhtrk and llloodroot contained Gulden Medical Discovery In all bron dual throat and lung atlectlons attended with severe coughs As will tic sreu from tliii writings of tho eminent Drs Grove Coe of Now York llwtholow or Teller ran Medical College Ihllii ScwldiT o nnilmmti Elllngwixxl of Chicago lisle nf Chicago ninth others who stand as leader In their several schools practice the orogolng agents aro IeI arty tut Ingnsllonts that Dr 1lerco haw chosen to mako up his fa macs Discovery for tho euro of not only throat and lung affec tlons but also of chronic catarrh In kit Its vurlou forms wherever locatedI thattheenormousjfortune can robber Tariff as to break up trust iniquity Doubtless theI thought of this kind has at sometime occurred to the President That it was present in his mind when he prepared his recent ad dress on the subject of wealth dis tribution may however be doubt ed There are many ways of check ing the acquirement of the great fortunes Revising Protection out of the Parilf is only one o f them Earthquakes and conflagrations are recognized as quite effective in the impairment of accumilated wealth FreeTrade might do for an occasional destroyer Ithas in time past oper ated in this way pronouncedsuccess In some respects it is to be preferred to earthquakes and conflagrations- FreeTrade can be absolutely relied upon to greatly diminish and occa sionally to altogether destroy current values But it will do more than that Striking to the root of gainful occupatiops it kills the germ of prosperity by decreasing alike the sum total of employment and the sum total and rate of wages paid and distributed In this way it is a great preventive of money getting probably the greatest ever devised As an all round checker of fortune 9making we dont suppose that the FreeTrade could be named If we cannot havp complete Free Trade revision of the Tariff down ward would accomplish much along this line State of Ohio City of Toledo i ss Lucas County S Frank 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 aforesaid and thatsaid firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscrib in my presence this 6th day o December A D 1886 GLEASONSeal Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the bloo Land mucons surface on the system Send for testimonals free F J Chqgfy Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggists 75h Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation To Clean Spunges Place a pennyworth of salts of lemon in a quart of boiling water and soak the sponge in it After an hour rinse thoroughly in warm water or drop the spunge into water in which a large lump ofsoda has been dissolved afterward boiling slowly Rinse in cold water then throw it into your basket which should hung just outside the bathroa window Not a thing harmful in One Minute Cough Cure but it relieves cough quickly cuts the phlegm Healing and soothing Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m A a m n r WHAT WE STAND FOR The Republican National Adminis tration as Administered by President Roosevelt Against mob law Honest elections and fair countsI Nonpartisan Boards of Education Nonpartison courts and fair trialsI The abolishment of unnecessary officers Nonpartisan municipal adminia trations The county unit in local optionn cl ntThe the guiltyrThe women same as men The enforcement of the compulsory educational law The disfranchisement of every voteI at hard labor of every vagrant The punishment of election thieves the same as any other thievefThd of the common alltparties Industrial education in all schools that are supported at the public ex pense The impeachment of any officer who fails to do his duty as the law requiresA of our revenue law to the end that property may be equal ly taxed and the expenses of tho system reduced A uniform law in regard to the qualification of teachers The same to apply to teachers in the cities as well as the country A Yoar of Bood The year 1903 will long be remem bered in the home of F N Tacket of Alliance Ky as a year blood which lowed so copiously from Mr 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 af ter taking four bottles I was com pletely restored stir as time has proven permanently cured Guar an teed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free T Enemies of Protection The American Reciprocal Tariff i League withhcadquarters at Chica go and the Merchants Association of New York are working in absoI lute harmony in their break down the American Tariff system The Merchants Associa tion by arrangement with the West ern concern has charge of the East ern territory and both organizations are we are informed quite success ful in obtaining funds for advancing the policy they represent which may be defined as follows Revis ion of the Tariff reciprocity in com petitive products and nullification of the Administrative acts etc The present policy of these organizations their legislative schemes having failed is to prevent the nomination and election of Protec tion members of Congress of any ffllo1erfThe seasons first cold may be slight nay yield to early treatment but filed next cold will hang on I longer j it wijl be Wore troublesome too Unnecessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SCOTTS EJJIULSIO whelcplds abound and youll have no cold Taker when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma membranesni i and drives the cold out sampleaSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 401415 Pearl Sitttt Ktw York SOc mdllOO Alidrarflitt unA party during this Congressional yearAn officer of this syndicate of organizations when asked about the scope of the work throughout the country as to the Congressional districts they intended to canvas etc said Throughout the United States every nook and corner We putting advertisements into the leading agricultural papers relating to this matter and paying for the same as reading matter We have 100000 and subscriptions to the amount of 50000 and more are coming in daily The same official intimated that he principal backers of the oppo ents of Protection in this lineare Western packing industries and ome other exporters who think they a larger foreign market We learn that these organization have solicitors throughout the country funds with which to extend op orations We feel it our duty to make a plain statement 6f facts re garding the organizations so that our friends and connections may know for what and for whom they subscribing in case they desire- so to do Had a Closp Call A dangerous surgical operation involving the removal oamalignant ulcer as large as my hand from m y daughters hip was prevented by the application of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A C Stieke of Miletu W Va Persistent use of Salve completely cured it Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Tbe Scapegoat Now hen anything goes wrong Blame your wife If the butter is too strong Blame your wife If the coffee is too weak If the bath tub springs a leak Blame it on your patient meek Little wife If the rain comes pouring down Blame your wife If the stock or chickens drown Blajne your wife If by sharpers youre beguilded If you are misfortunes child Blame your allenduring mild t Little wife t If you suffer from the gout Blame your wife If youre getting down and out Blame your wife Sure for anything thats bad Shes the one at fault egad Blame it all upon your sad Little wife RENT PAYS FOR LAND Fertile Sections of the Southwest Where Land Sells for 15 and Rent for 5 Per Acre One of the remarkable thing about Eastern Arkansas and North Louisiana is the fact that land rents for 5 per acre cash an can be bought for 750 to 15 per acre It costs from 6 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improvements necessary are sligh and inexpencive The soil is rich alluvial or made acre worth 45 to 60 This account It produces a bale of cotton per for its high rental value Others crops such as corn small grains grasses vegetables and fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings a ton to a cutting and brings 10 to 16 per ton statesIs Land is Very cheap 5 to 10 acre improved farms 10 15 to 25 per acreThe new White country offers many opportunities for set tlers High rolling fine wateriti- s naturally adapted to stock and fruit raising Can be bought as low as 3 per acre See this great country for you self and pick out a location Des criptive literature with maps fre upon request The Missouri PacificIron Moun tain System Lines sell reduced rate- round trip tickets en first and thin Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest good returning 21 days with stopovers For descriptive literature maps time tables etc write to R T G MATTHEWS T P A- Louisville Ky or L C TOWNSEND G P T A St Louis Mot L4 1 n iifgjl AlgelablePrepnralionforAs 1 slmilalingthcFoodandflc + ua ting the Stomachs nrv1Bowls ofi PromotesDige3lionChcerful I I ness and ncstConlains nellhcr OpiumMorphine nor 1fincral Nor NAnc OTIC ldecoraeAdJiddltzzF7mll2 i Ji1jrJ JfiSJIt tStwl l lrysqJrlI+ 4 RontiormsConvulsjonsrcvcrish ness and Loss OF SLEEP FacSimile sigor NEW YORK txACT COpy Of WRAPPeR CASTO RIA For and Children The Kind You Have Alway as Bears ghtf SIgnatureJ of 1m- Use For Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TNe OrfITAUII SOYMNT taw rose cRT OUR CLUBBING RATES rIlE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TI-lE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 20O TIrE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 1lfiTILE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 TirE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 TIm REPUBLICAN and rwicea Week Owensborolnquirer 175 TilE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TIlE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17f TirE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 15Q Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN J 2 GREAT OFFER r- On account of moving into new and larger quarters the Owensboro Business University Will make the 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 8000 In this effort to reach a great spring enrollment we will make the great sacrifice of 15 on the single course or 25 on- t the combined course This makes the course in Bookkeeping or Shorthand 3000 The combined course 55 This is certainly the greatest offer ever made by any school at any time Further any one ecuring the sale of only five of these cash scholarships will receive a free scholarship in either department enterdpartIfIbeplaced on sale the 10th ofthis Month Terms cash AddressIa A M FISHER Prcw UniversitytIW V liJr I nYtNR lMeJlrtereubeteen wruvvNsrFont I SrrrrvIl tae or 4 o t ri ltlallndt Tryoner ctu sr eraidecreceipt ofctuloff price 11I1t0Bcftotifui threecolor Aluminum JUngcr wilt be for waded tea CCQU In camps COdCincnrrE FALLS MASH USA Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance rrh Vii t dra4 i Infants t Over t t M following I ++ w a- f New BIG York Central LInesf The nest Line I tI Indianapolis Peoria J Chicago 6t t Toledo l- f Detroit r ClevelandP New York fI Boston f And all other points East I Information cheerfully fur i tTicket tdPj Genl Agent Passenger Deptp ILouisville Ky I General Passenger Agent ICincinnati 0 Grp I i Kodol Dyspepsia Cllirs i Digests what you rate F I Hartford Republican iwne4bythe HnrtUnl 1nb1lhlogCmnpenr Ie OOIOIUJ i FlllnC=zznosaOvumbarland 31- 130uCh atyr 2 FRIDAY MAY 18 Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct notify us fTHENEW REVENUE LAW The revenue law which will go inIf to effect next month while in some respects an improvement on the old r statute gives unmistakable evidence of the urgent need of those in pow er in our State for money to meet needless extravagant expenditures and increased salaries Many new and hitherto exempt institutions are caught in the meshes and must go out of business or contribute to help maintain the new officers and payincreased salaries provided forI bythe State machine at Frankfort The old rate of 50c on each 100 is retained to start with This rate is too high It will he remembered that during the Bradley Adminis tration the rate was placed at 50ci for two years to meet an indebted ness which was found to exist at that time and then went back to Inc as provided in the act Later a Democratic Legislature raised it to 50c where it has since remained A few years ago the State collected from the National Government a large sum with which the State debt was canceled and enough left to build a new Capitol It was thought by tax payers generally that the Legislature would be able to fix a lower rate and there is no question but what it could have done so if any economy whatever hadI been practiced However instead of any relief a most drastic measure has been adoptedreach ing into many nooks and corners after money needed by the gang After all this taxation no matter in what form it may be concealed comes from the producer The act provides that each County Clerk shall make a statement of all purchase money notes mortgage notes and other leins for money Conveyances to show dates of execution maturity of notes and post office address of the holder The county must pay all expenses of preparing this statement The act allows this double taxation to remain and increases it to a large ex tent For while the man who has bought a little tract of land and given his notes for 1000 is taxed on the land the holder of the note is also made to disclose and pay on it This may be right but it may make it more difficult for a poor man to buy land All domestic corporations must pay a license tax of 30c on each 1 000 of authorized capital stock and must report aggregate amount of business transacted during the year preceeding No corporation to pay a sum less than 10 To keep a tav ern or hotel of 25 rooms 10 Bow ling alley or boxball alley 15 if pop ulation of county exceeds 20000 Circuses and menageries are forev er excluded from the rural districts 1with a tax of 100 for each 100 vot ers in the county and same sum for each exhibition The small boy in the country will be forever barred I from seeing the elephant unless he can go to the i Each wagon cityI15 to the are to pay 50 for two horse wagon 40 for one hcrse wagon and 30 he goes on foot Temporary mer chants must pay 100 and 100 for each person hssisting Exhibitors of trained animals must pay 5 for each day or part of day Auction eers must pay 5 annually while posters and distributors of circulars must pay 10 Persons engaged in buying or selling notes bonds orI stocks 25 On each cane knife rack or similar contrivance 5 I Each show exhibition concert or other performancesnot for religious- or educational purposes 5 Each feather renovator 10 Steam fer ries 25 Hack stage or automobile line for public use 10 Ice 15 Laundry 10 Each factoryI person who loans money on hold or furniture 200 Lightning rod agents 50 Merrygoround or j like contrivance 10 Every person selling patent medicine except mer chant or druggist 100 PhotoI graph tin type open air or tent gal 0 Od lery 5 Agents for the sale of pi anes and organs one or both even though they be assessed for advalor em taxes 5 Each railroad eating house 10 and every restaurant in in any city or town 5 Real estate agents in cities of first second and third classcs25 and in fourth fifth and sixth class towns 10 Each agency for sewing machines 10 Shooting gallery 5 Each soda fountain 250 and each person or firm selling soft drinks natural or mineral water 250 Solicitors for eulargement of pictures or for selling picture frames for each county 5 Each transient vendor spectacles or jewelry 10 and vendors of stoves or ranges in each county 20 Skating rinks in fifth and sixth class towns 5 Every life or fire insurance company not organized under the laws of Ken tucky shall pay 2 on every 100 in premiums collected It will be seen that the State has undertaken to tax or license a large number of things from which the smaller towns have heretofore derived a revenue and which if main tained in addition to the State tax must result in putting them out of businessThe act provides that all tax es for State county and district shall be due the first day of March after the assessment and if not paid on the first day of November shall be deemed delinquent and such tax shall bear interest at the rate of 6I per cent until paid and in addition shall incur a penalty of 6 per cent to be added to the amount of taxes Within 15 days after any tax payer becomes delinquent the Sheriff must certify the same to the County Court Clerk and the clerk shall within 10 days issue a warrant against such delinquent directed to the Sheriff commanding him to collect of the delinquent the tax interest penalty and costs and if not paid on demand he must sell the es tate of the delinquent r a sufficient amount to satisfy the claim We have set out some of the most important changes from the old law though not all of them Some these changes are radical and time alone can demonstrate whether they are wise or unwise It is our firm belief that some of them will work a hardship upon the common people who deserve the most protection from tax legislation NEXT week Hartford will welcome back her former students for a brief stay to meet old friends and talk over pleasant incidents of col lege life There will be among the pleasant memories a tinge of sad ness as the absent ones are recalled Hartford College can call from every walk in life sons and daugh ters who have made a success in all that the term implies They are proud of their alma mater The school has honored them and they have been a credit to it They will discover that the old town has changed in some respects Under the glare of modern electric lights they will see many new faces on the streets but the same glad hand will greet them and make them feel at home as of yore SENATOR MCCREARY and the anti machine crowd are having great difficulty in finding a candidate for Governor to enter the slaughter house What is the matter with Urey Woodson He wants an op portunity to make requisition for Taylor and Finley anyway Let him run for Governor as the Anti machine hang Taylor and damn Finley candidate 11It the voters of Kentucky will place the Republican party in power in the State and it fails to enact more equitable revenue law the one about to go into effect we will vote to turn it out at the first proPIIIocrat Now speak out or raise your hands ITIIAT 20 per cent raise on farm- I i lands in Ohio county by the State hasIlour doesnt know anything about it MANY of our county roads are almost impassable because of holes left over from winter mud Some thisiconditionis in a deplorable state WE note that the lust one of the election thieves was acquitted in Louisville one day this week Now I let them all be presented with the i cromos which were promised i A FOLDING baby carriage has been made for the benefit of flat dwell ers Now let genius put in solid time in finding a baby that can be shut up- TILE Democratic party State ma chine and all is pretty safe in Ken tucky as Jong as Republicans spend their force over the officesITilE ladies in Kansas cannot voteI for Governor and GOY Hoch will j never know whether he did right or i not when he failed to get that kiss TilE coal strike was settled too soon for some politicians who would have been glad to make campaign capital out of it IT is now proposed to deny rail road officials passes Too bad to make them pay for riding on their own roads BECAUSE the President had a slip in memory a number of Senators would have the country believe he has lied MARK TWAIN is said to do most of his literary work in bed He no doubt finds it easier lying at full length THIS is the open season for open windows open cars openwork hose and the openseason joke TIlE unloaded pistol in the hands of a loaded owner is always a good solicitor for the undertaker TilE bookmaker contends that his business is is not gambling Right As a rule it is robbery GROVER CLEVELAND has taken to the automobile Wonder if the fish have all gone to sea READ the list of premiums and rules for the Street Fair and home coming celebration rA LOT of anthracite coal stored for a might be bought cheap nowA I GRAFTER is a reformer who is in A reformer is a grafter who is out TilE paper trust has owned up Let others follow the example Goes to Philippines Prof Jesse Berry of Orlando Tenn after a short visit at the home of his fatherinlaw Wm Render here left yesterday for the Philip pine Island where he goes as a civil service appointee His position is teacher in the insular schools at a salary of 1200 per year Prof Her ry was reared near Whitesville He is a graduate of State College and a teacher of experience His many friends are pleased to know of his advancement and we predict for him- a career of uefulness in the New possession 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 cat tle or stock found running at large I in any of the various precincts the county wherein it is unlawful for such cattle or stock to run at large and anyone so permitting any 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 JRTIN S 0 C Hartford Ky April 25 190G aCall Meeting Post No4 All members are requested to meet Saturday May 26th 1906 by order of the Post G W BUNGER Commander Insurance Payed Promptly Westerfield Ky May 7 1905 Mr S R Dent Hartford Ky Dear SirPlease accept my thanks foryourself and the United States Lile Insurance Company for the very prompt payment of claim under poi icy held by my late husband John W Stinnett Wishing your Com I pany success and prosperity 1 re main MARY M STINNETT NOTE Proofs of the above I death were received at the New York office only four days previous to date of above letter i OASTOaXABelfI theits KiaAlways BoiiiM Signature L1 I or Z SCHOOL GRADUATES I WitbiLarge Number at First IExamination ILast year Ohio county won the dis tinction of producing the largest graduatesiof last year- Examinations for diplomas were held at Hartford Beaver Dam Fordsville Render Horse Branch and Adaburg last Friday and Satur dayReturns from the following points show the followingHARTFORD Nora L Wedding Roy Heavrin Josh Fields Nellie Woodward Verna Magan Otis Wallace Harriett Fie ner Joe Bennett Mary Marks Sara Keown W F Anderson Anna Berryman Clarence Shown Vera Daniel Myrtle Williams Cecil Park Eliza Keown George Barakat Elsie Matthews and Loney Taylor RENDER Mary Bell Render Laura Bell Toll Gertie Smith Lena Rivers McCrock lin GraceGwynn Hortense Moseley and Silas MoseleyROCKPORT Herman Maddox Elizabeth Mad dox Ida Williams Nora Maddox Alice Williams Melia Maddox and Josie BarnardADABURG Owen Ambrose Frank Hamilton Onis Greer Robert Taylor Leslie Greer Ronda Wade Eva Taylor Ada Ray man Gentry Rayman Addie Edge Essie Taylor and Davie Greer HORSE BRANCH Maymee Crowder Jesse Ford Myrtle Miller Maude Landrum Claude Davis and Eftie Eisler Misses Elsie Matthews Hartford Nora Maddox Rockport and Essie Taylor Adaburg have the distinc tion of being the youngest applicants each being 13 years of age Vote in Popularity Contest Below will be found candidates nominated and vote cast for each up to noon yesterday in THE REPUBLI CAN Mammoth cave trip pop clarity contest DISTRICT NO 1 Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam CO Darrell Sullenger Hartford 160 Robert Davis Hartford 160 Ernest Mc Coleman Beaver Dam 60 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 70 DISTRICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda liO Jesse C Smith Taffy 170 Sherman Chamberlain Nocreek 190 DISTRICT NO6 John Morton Ceralvo 10 Vig Morton Smallhous 50 DISTRICT No7 I Carroll Smith McIIenry 90 Roy Brown McHenry CO WAS BEST EVER ilGreat Van Amburg Circus Pleas edEvery Feature Splendid If it ever comes back to town and you have not already seen it be sure to go It is without doubt su perior to any circus traveling the United States It is the cleanest most refined and up to date 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 If the Van Amburg Circus ever returns to this city it will have to have two canvases as large as the one used yesterday to accommodate the crowd At 8 oclock every re served seat was taken and at 815 every seat of any kind was taken The work of the acrobats alone was worth twice the price of admis ion The finest lot of trained horses in the Unitedstates The Van Amburg Circus will be at Beaver Dam Tuesday May 22 1906 RENDER May 15 Miss Hunley Prentis was the guest of Mrs E E Burton- lastWednesday Roy Chapmsm Herin III visited 11fA I EP BARNES BRO The budding springtime with its balmy air brings brighter spirits and suggests driving as n pleasant pastime A nice new BUGGY adds very much to I the enjoyment of this popular pursuit I WE CARRY THE POPULAR Staver Buggies Which stand in a class by themselves as to easy riding easy operation beauty and durability and the price is as low as all dealers get for ordinary work If you want a Buggy investigate this Buggy for yourself If you clot find one dissatisfied customer we wont ask you to buy one We have sold them for over thirteen years Come to our Buggy warehouse and look at the different styles Notice the finish the appearance of the job and the flexi bility of the springs These Buggies ride as easy with a child in them as they do with a twoIiundredpound roan Every statement we make concerning these Buggies we CHnrdemonstrate to your entire satisfaction Only give us an opportunity Beaver DarnA R W KING Jeweler and Optician Hartford Ky withneatness dispatch livingaWatches Jewelry Elegant Shirtwaist Sets Hucklcs Collar Buttons Hat Pins Rings end Watches te sale at low prices H Place of Business on Main in Hartford House LIMV I here last Thursday W H Minor of Central City was here on legal business last Thursday Dr HJ3 Innis J M Reynolds and Friday Dowell were in Hartford on business last Thursday Jno S Spence was in Central City last Friday- J I W Baker was in Horton lust FridayGeo B Stephens of Central City was the guest of his Simon last week J F Render Robt Carman and Andrew Mercer were in central City i Y l Lrv All kinds of repair work done and it your Clocks Eye lasses or to mo Melt St brother last Saturday Mrs H W Jones and son went to F Central City yesterday Roy Armendt Fordsville was here yesterdayS Louisville was here yesterdayClay returned to his home in Pellville L E Herrel and Cleveland Maddox are in Hot Springs Ark O A ST OXIX A K18lpM f r Peculiar to Itselfx combination proportion and process Hoods Sarsaparilla is therefore Peculiar to Itself in merit sales and cures It is made from the best blood purifying alterative and tonic ingredients by such original and peculiar methods as to retain the full medicinal value of each and all The severest forms of scrofula salt rheum catarrh rheu matism dyspepsia and debility are cured every day by Hoods SarsaparillaSold by druggists everywhere Buy it today I SMCUL To meet the wishes of thoso who prefer medicine In tablet form we are pow putting up floods Saraaparllfa In chocolate coated tablet as well ai In the usual liquid form By reducing Hoods Sarnaparllla to a solid eitract we have retained In tbe l bleu the curative properties of every medicinal Ingredient Bold by druggists or sent by malt 100 doses one dollar C1 Hood Co Lowell Mast I I XSSSS FAIRS SUGGESTIONS I FOR THk I Coming Hot Weather Visit us and you will find our stock of summer I wear the most uptodate in Hartford such as India Linens Persian Lawns Swisses Pure Linens from 36 to 90 inches wide Fancy Lawns Silk Mulls in 4 5 fact all summer fabrics that go to make up style and comfortf Fairs HosieryNo lady will be stylishly dressed unless she wears a pair of our Hose Wo are showing a comple line 4 5of fancy Lisle thread and Silk at prices from 25c to 4 5 75c a pair Also a lino of Plain Black lace stylo plain and Lace stripe White Hose Fancy Embroid ered Hose Etc Fit your foot in our Hose and you will have the latest 4 5 Fairs SlippersICortainly we u you will appreciate Our large trade on thbm already testifies to this 4 5 fact Remember they come in Black Viei Tans 4 5 Patent Kid und Whit in both turn and extension soles Wo are sure to fit your foot in comfort und 4 5 style if you will visit us All the above also in chil drens and misses wear H Fairs FansNo house in Hartford is showing so pretty a line 4 5 Predicting the hot weather we supplied ourselves 4 5 bountifully with the very newest in the market Wo can please you in style and price any style any price from 5c to 15U Would be glad to show you our line whether you buy or not 4 4 Fairs Umbrellas I1he Colored Silk Umbrellas will be in the ascen 4 5 dancy this summer We are showing them in white red brown blue green and plum Come let us 4 5 show them to you You will be surprised at the qualities we are showing at such a low price The Bargain AT Center xa tI QICJHartford RepublicanI FRIDAY MAY 18 Illinois Central RailroadTime e Table North Hound Honlh Bennd- Nol3J Nolit ilmll31 a m iln S40 HIII Yolntdnl pmItIllol801r + Nol02dnt4ftpm No IHdnp44pa- Visit City Retaurant I Buy your colored Silk Parasols at I Fairs New line of Panamas in Fairs Millinery department I Oh myI that Ice Cream at City Restaurant aint it good Those Sweet and Sour Pickles at City Restaurant areso good RestauIJrant Mr V M Stewart Beda called see us Monday You are sure to get your moneys worth at City Restaurant Call at Z Wayne Griffins Drug- Store for all kinds of cool drinks Buy McCall Patterns at Fairs They are lOc and 16c none higher The best selection of Fans is found Fairs Dont miss seeing them IOf course you go to the City Res for your Fruits and Candies Cheese Sausage Herring Ham Crackers c at City Restaurant White wash Silk 36 inches wide only 50 cents per yard at Long Cos Economy Store sporty HatsShirtsTiesLow IThose Suits came from Long Cos Economy Store Three hundred bolts of Pound Prints regular price 1 for 10 days only 50c at Carson Cos s v1 Mr Sep Leach Horton was a Pleasant caller Wednesday Rev W H Calvert Nocreek was a pleasant caller Tuesday City Restaurant will have lots o nice Cat Fish during court No bones The newest always in Millinery at Fairs Another shipment this week Mr R E L Simmerman was in Louisville on business the first of the week Why pay 15 for a Suit when Fairs sell you the same quality for 10 A nice treat for every one that takes a meal at City Restaurant dur ing court New Linens new Embroideries Big values at Long Cos Econo my Store Big reduction in Clothing Satur day May 12 at Long Cos Econ omy StoreIWe want your Wool Will pay highest market price in cash at Car son Cos The Ohio Circuit Court will con vene in regular session Monday with a good docket 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 7 Economy Store By visiting Fairs Basement you save from 15 to 25 per cent Ever thing 5c and lOc The American Lady Corset at Fairs is exactly what you want for style and comfortIFolks that want the very latest inI Millinery come to Fairs Their styles are always the latest 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 your White Swisses India Linens Persian Mulls Laces Etc at Fairs Selections the best Mrs L C Taylor and Mrs W A Taylor Matanzas were the guests of relatives in Hartford Tuesday Prof and Mrs McHenry Rhoads lost their infant child Monday even 7 ing by death from scarlet fever The reason Fairs do the Belt and Neckwear business is that they receive the new things every week Rev Joseph Watts State Sunday School Evangelist lectured at theI Hartford Baptist church last night Buy the W B Corsetnone other equals it in style quality and com fort at Long Cos Economy Store We have an elegant line of Gray Suits for spring and summer wear Dont fail to see them at Carson Co Fairs can give 36inch White Dress Linens from 25c to 5Qc and 2J yardwide Dress Linens at 100 per yard When you come to court next week bring along enough change to pay your arrears to THE RErun LICAN i Mr and Mrs Leslie Cooper have moved from Hartford to Olaton I where they will make their future home Coca Cola Lime Juice Orang- Ice and any other cold drink you may I like made to order at Z Wayne I Griffins For sale 150 acres of land withi three miles of Hartford A for cash Call on or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf Of course while attending cour you will get your meals and lunches i at the City Restaurant Most upto date place in Hartford j Fairs want to sell you your Mat tings Carpets Floor Oil Cloth Lace Curtains Door Panels Window Shades Etc Call on them below others j Messrs Jim DeWeese Ed Barr ass I and Marshal Moseley are the cham pionn bull frog hunters In a few hours hunt Tuesday they killed fif teen extra large ones i The white Hatswhite Dress Goods white Parasols white Gloves white Slippers and Hose era the prettiest and cheapest at Long Cos Econ omy Economy Store I rt We have a small quantity of Pound Printsthe 1 goods at 50c at Car son Cos The most uptodate Soda Foun GriffinsfJust received a big shipment of Spring Shirts 50c 1 and 150 at Carson Cos Mr T A Wimsatt of the East Hartfordneighborhood was a pleasant caller Monday Mr C M Hinchee Centertown made us a pleasant call while in town last Saturday Mr and Mrs W D Luce are the proud parents of a fine 11 pound boy born Wednesday Preston Morton Post G A K w3 hold memoral services Wednesday May 30th at Bethel near Horton Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 46tf Messrs Hiram Taylor and John W Moore Taylortown were the guests of Judge W B Taylor Tuesday If you are in the market for Wagons Buggies Plows or any kind of Farming Implements call on Carson Co Help your boy or neighbors boy win a free trip to the Mammoth cave Full particulars on eighth page Mrs E J Hudson and Mrs Nancy King City paid us a visit Monday and renewed their faith in THE RE PUAueA Full particulars of our free trip to the Mammoth Cave for seven Ohio county school boys on the eighth page Two thousand yards of Heavy Domestic Comes in 1 to 4 yard lengths f 5Jcts for the next few days at Carson Cos Mr G Davis Royal who is engaged in the revenue business under collector E T Franks was in Hartford on business last Monday Besides getting the leading county newspaper you can cast ten votes for your bov or neighbors boy to go to the Mamnolh Cave all for 100 Ebb B Allen was arrested Saturday by Marshal S 0 Keown at Horse Branch and taken to Ft Thomas where he is wanted for deserting the army Prof I S Mason Beaver Dam State manager of the New England Mutual Life Insurance Company of Boston Mass was a pleasant caller Tuesday The imfant son of Mr Sherman Condit of Heflin neighborhood that has had the pneumonia and scarlet fever for the past several days is improving 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 j the new things j I Dr Joel H Roach a resident of the Magan neighborhood was ad judged to be an imbecil by an in quest held before Judge W BI Taylor TuesdayIWe will sell all Dress Ginghams at lOc during Friday Saturday Monday and Tuesday We have Checks Stripes and all the solid CoseMrs T B Petrie and daughters little Misses Ruth and Lelia Brazil Ind will arrive today to be the guests of Mrs Petries parents FoQlenMr Sylvester White one of the est known citizens of the Olaton Thursdaytwas ing ground Friday in the presence of a large circle of friendsI ExCounty Attorney W H Barnes received notice Tuesday of his appointment by Gov Beckham represco Home Coming to be held at Louis ville June 13 to 17 IMr D L Smith Owensboro vis ited his daughters Mrs Dr Pirtle and Mrs Will Newbolt Saturday and Sunday and Sunday being Mr Smiths birthday an elaborate din ner was servedat the home of Dr Pirtle which was enjoyed by thirty six persons children grand children and other kinfolks of Mr Smith v = 41 hfa Ejofi ofi ofi FOR w 49 49 49 49 4 Two Weeks Only 49 ofi 49 While our stock is complete and we have a large PMl 43 assortment of Mens Clothing in the uptodate =y = Spring styles Double and Single Breasted Grays ofi Blues Blacks and Mixtures we have decided to = give special values for two weeks only It gives =4V you a big assortment to select from We do not r= wish to wait till late in the season when the stock 49 is low and the season is nearly over as most of the w stores do We have our own methods which we a I = think is the best for you and ourselves too =9 ofi A good assortment of Mens fine all wool Cash = meres Cheviots Serges and Black Thibets Double = 4fi fi and Single Breasted regular price 15 Special 1200 IE fi = Mens 1250 high grade Suits in Blue Gray M fi Black and fancy pattern double and single breasted guaranteed to hold their shape and color A great 4 bargain at i 975lliKofi I Hrofi= Suits of fine make regular prices 10 and 11 and j 1 1ft cheap at that Two weeks only for ia 41 7 50 E orN 1 lot of Single and Double Breasted Suits of good i fi t make and quality you cannot buy a Suit as good any jj I 650ltofifi iS 850042 41 Itfi fi fi ifi42Hartford Ky = fryrrrr r r irr r r r r r THE- Sumnier Ten J o Of The Hartford Business Institute w OPENS MAY 28 We are prepared to give you thorough training Single and Double Bookkeeping in all forms practical eVeryduy of BusinessBus iniMethods and Customs Vapid Calculation cial Arithmetic Business Correspondence ship Spelling English Shorthand and Typewrit 2 ing Students can enter at any time and become properly classifiedPWrite us for terms at OIHP and enter school now and increase your morre miming capacity from 5 twenty or twentyfive to fifir or seventyfive dollars iaer month Never put II till tomorrow what IiyouriX 4ttaCC ttK ttKCs a Every 100 paid on subscription to THE REPUBLICAN entitles you to ten votes for any bay you would like for us to take to the Mammoth Cave I Much good has come to many i young men and women of the country from correspondence schools which teach shorthand boDkkeepingEtc by mail Hartford Business Institute with Miss Nettie Rogers at its j head can furnish such a course equal in every respect to the best corres pondence schools She will furnish full particulars on application t d W S Ezell of McHenry showed us quite a curio in the schoolbooks category It is entitled The Now England Primer to which is added puualished ly small pages It was Mr EzcIVxIgradmothers book and the kind mi general use in public schools at daJa of its publication =BSTORIAaSean tba 1iIJ1I lgaatare ctMJ P I VEATHER TOLD BY ANIMA Domestic Pets That Act as Thermometers and Barometers Used in Ancient TimesIi Before man acquired the perm tious habit of sleeping indoors am nhen he still practiced the econo aiy of growing his own coat he doubtless like his four toote brethren of the animal world was by dint of constant and intimate intercourse with nature better in formed as to her plans for the immediate future quicker at receiving and registering Jier telepathic messages concerning such char Res as might be traveling toward this planet says the fall Mall Gazette Nowadays neuralgic l shoots gouty twinges to say nothing the gnawing tooth of rheumatism nnd waves of mental depression Lilly their fiendish part in warning mere man as to what he juaypre pare to expect climatically and at mospherically Nevertheless if he but give heed to the manner illI which such furry members of his I ousehold that have not been un duly pampered depot themselves learn much that shall himIillstancrilleYSon united all the essentials of an expensive Negretti and Zambra She was thermometer and barom eter rolled into one accurate to n nicety and never liable to get ut of working order Should the spot upon which sho elected to talC her constant nap niter but a hairs breadth in the matter of temperature she would instantly wake up and make a new selection invariably in some place where the thermometer registered precisely the degree her original resting place had been the partie ular temperature experience had taught leer as being essential to her comfort and wellbeing and this though the human occupants of the room had as yet been alive lo no perceptible change in the at mosphere of the apartment t Nevertheless puss such was her innate courtliness of breed ing never failed to call the atten tion of those whom it might con cern to the fact by a plaintive mew and we feel certain to a meteorologist her presence and uever falling admonitory hints would have proved invaluable Dogs which are allowed to lead a natural and healthy existence are remarkably reliable in the matter of weather prophecy drowsiness and a disposition t leave their food untasted is the way in which a coming wet weather spell takes most dogs In direct opposition to this canine inertia displayed at such times is the nervous and noisy ac tivity of the woodland squirrel which is wont to give quite 20 to 24 hours warning of an approach ing storm dashing about the trees in a ceaseless state of frenzied ugi tation until the downpour descends I when he vanishes into his watertight nest with all imagin able celerity even going so fur as to stop up the entrance to his fastness timid court asphyxia rather than rheum SIGHT IN A SHOT TOWER Strange Experience of A Huntsman Who Sees Ammunition Marie for First Time It was a strange experience Fold a huntsman As ascended the spiral suites of the tower how shot falling like ruin aroul me The shot tower was i00 feet high At its base there was a tank of water for the shot to drop 4into If it fell on the earth yo it would be tint instead o round On top of the tower wits a hug boiler filled with molten lead Ili manager ladled the lead into percolator a kind of strainer and i thence it fell into the cistern of t i cold water 200 feet below It took it three seconds to fall They made different sizes ofI shot on the tower by using differ ent percolators big holes for big shot small holes for qua shot and so on The water in the cistern had to be changed every little while It would have become so hot other witH that it would have kept t heI shot sort About the Same 11 e cant see that it is any worse for a woman to paint her face to 11 hide u bad complexion tbui firI mouthSa borne lion Farmer Couldnt Stand Soft Soap An illiterate young man one got a friend to write n letter for 1him to his sweetheart The letter was rather prosaic for a Jovelet ter and he felt that an apology 1was due to his sweetheart for its lack of tender notiings It wasas follows Please excuse the mildness of this here letter as ti chap wots ruin it is a married man and he says he cant bide nil1 soft soaping it allns gives hit the spn1zlImslllB ts I TALK WITH ITALIAN SCOT I Englishman Attempts to Stammer Heti One dona out need to study his tort in oriUr lo appreciate the worldwide Scotf nnt lllis only to travel abroad and btreplnsl- epeu w V to identify this persXJT11 narrow IIlCOIll111011nI ing inflexible citizen you find yourself one nioniiiijjpu i the deck of an Itutali steamer reell loran The captain who sat atI the head of the table at the mm ing meal was an Italian and crew appear to be all of the thnI blood You have mustered all tattoo you know und are doing your best to dintover from one of the seamen why the steamers bows show signs of recent repair l and to satisfy yourself that she is in safe condition It is a some conelsatlolllunding their best it is not quite as lu f deliredhas joined you and is listening I tlonallrEciprocitJ InlonlI Yir Italian is not so bad but Im judgin you wouldna object to get the information yerc lifter in vie own tongue It was my own tongue with a vengeance and J regarded the speaker with silent amazement for he was the first of fleet on an Italian steamer and he had all the appearance of an lint iuu It came out that his father had been a Scotch captain in the service of this line and had mar vied an Italian woman so that my good friend was practically an Italian and had only once been hadabrought him np with a broad ac cent sold after we grew friendly he asked some searching ques tions about the conditions of the Scotch church timid produced with much satisfaction a copy of till Dundee Advertiser SIMPLE FAITH OF A CHILD Little One Did Not Fear Storm for He Believed the Lord Would Watch Him During Sleep A friend told me this story from real life the other day I think it is good enough to pass on writes Rev O H Mitchell in the New York Observertl shall not append tiny moral Tie point is easily visible to the nakedeye A wild storm was raging around a prairie house ore night The windows were blown in and no lights could be kept burningi It was only with difficulty duos could lie braced against tin dbhtst The other was absent iron home and the mother grand mother and three children sat in the darkness in a room on theshel ill tered side of the house fearing housefions by the Voice of the wind 1Culterla ean llsa with his grandmother only a few mo niiMits before Krantic with fear the mother called Jiiit at the top her voiii and receiving no re IIIIIollghfusion of the house to lind if JImIsible the missing boy She found him in his room sound asleep loci when she asked how he could go to sleep when they were all III danger he simply replied Why mamma grandma told me God would take care of us and j thought I might as well go to beduuirt I H t CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Oil 01wl Best Coush Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold 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Home for Ohio County People Elegant Clean Rooms and Polito Attention S W Corner Second and Jefferson Streets COLLINS jGRIFFIN Props m IlE eEJ Ifl bit i BLACK BIRKHEAD E j PROPRIETORSb l i Hartford and Beaver Dam a- 1qAND FREIGHl LINE bi i Meets all trains Alsobt= General Liverymen it Jj Best of attention given to stock New stable Main i4 street Hartford Ky = Ifl 1- tF tr tr FiFt t1l I f j xQ 4t- mt 11 f J i1e4h hsv yttr h STRATEGY WINS CONTRACT Agent Bribes Consumers to Kick on Moat Supplied to Restaurant and Gets Rig Order In those days of the trust com petition is dead they tell ns In dividual enterprise is crushed and the bright young salesman no longer has an opportunity to dis play his talents Whether this is a condition or a theory may be a subject of dispute In the light ofI an experience of a hustling repre sentative of one of the big packing houses This mUll had as one of Iris customers the owner of a large restaurant on Twentysecond street A rival salesman underbid him and he lost the trade relates the Chicago Record Ilerald A few days afterward the proprietor of the restaurant was much chagrined to hear one of the regu tar patrons u prosiwroua business man say Jones whats the matter with your pleat This is not the ldnclI we usually have handed out to us here Mr Tones wriggled out as bcstI he could only to encounter a fwIminutes later another friend and famished struggling at a taI ble with what seemed to boa pleccI of sole leather from the way fled frantic efforts to carve John I cant stand for this he growled Why dont you try u new tannery John laughed It off called u watier and ordered him to brin another steakIThis continued for two daysI Tohn could no longer look itors in the face His speaking acI quaintances were limited to vege tartans ills irritability came near causing him to lose all his help and he was morally certain that there would be no more demand for his provender unless he found some way to turn the tide Then by sonic queer coincidence the salesman he had deserted happened to enter the place This gave John n happy thought and he renewed the old contract tossing overboard the man of cut prices Mr Successful Salesman on leaving the restaurant did a little figuring on profit and loss On the debit side of his account there was f15 paid to friends in the neighborhood with which to pur chase meals at Johns eating house consideration not entered in tIle book On the credit side was a fat commission on a con tract that would bring his house about 5000 a year DUE TO SEEDLESS ORANGE Millions of Californias Wealth Have Been Made by Luscious Fruit Grown There The introduction of the seedless navel orange has revolutionized the orange industry of the United States It has drawn 13000 men from other pursuits nnd trans farmed vast areas of sunbaked land in California into orange grovesThe first seedless orange trees were apparently freaks of nnItur- prid their counterparts have neve- been found Early in the 70s Wil liam Judson United States consul to Bnliin Brazil heard an account from natives of a few trees in tha swamps on the banks of the Ama zon some CO miles away He sent n native up the river to get sonic of the fruit nod to bring him some of the shoots of the tree WJien the native returned the consul was delighted with the specimens and sent six of the shoots carefully packed in moss and clay to the department of ag riculture at Washington The trees did not excite much interest at the department Two which were planted in the department grounds died for lack of care and the others were forgotten for mouths Four cuttings were planted again in December of 1873 in southern California One of the shoots died front neglect one was broken and chewed by a cow Five years passed and the two remaining shoots came into bearing These 16 seedless oranges were the first ever raised in the United States The specimens were carried about southern California and shown to ranchmen and fruit raisers The second crop was awaited with great curiosity for it was feared that inn few years the fruit would become hard and toughI There were about a box of oran ges in the second yield and they were even better than the first crop The planting of groves o- ftj Y t A seed lesi oranges propagated from the buds from the two original trees bewail in earnest In 18S2 rAT REFUSES TO COME OFF PJump Woman nt tho Play Has a Hard Time of It During- Performance She was pretty but rntlior un July plump yet no one would have lured to tell her HO or even to study her gemieious figure too crit tally for she watt also middle tgedamid dignified and Htillldcntly selfpoised to fom to the theater alone at night relates the IMiila Jelphia Record Her scat in the middle of the row Ovals the qnly one left vacant when she came lopes the aisle and eoplo sitting there viewed her with some anx lets when they observed her ample sizeShe managed however to squeeze through without doing too much walking on other peoples feet and despite time impedi merits of a fan an umbrella an operaglass bag a programme and a pair of gloves When she sank into her seat her sigh of relief was echoed by all the people whom she had passed and the mien in the eat on each side of her promptly took their elbows off the chair hems to give her all the room pos sible for the wielding of her fan When the curtain had gone up without her having removed her hat a man immediately behind her I leaned over apd asked her if she minded taking it off Without turning or replying she put both arms up and began to tug at a hat- pin Slowly some of the things ou her lap began to slide off and the opera glass bag with its contents reached the floor before she made a grab for them It was clearlyim possible for her to stoop over straight in front of her the men at each side each desiring to get the bag went through a little pan tomime of the Gaston and Al phonse variety with each other and then at the same instant made a dive for the glasses Their heads came together in a resound ing whach just above the large ladys knees but dne of them arose with the glasses in his hand and gave them to her Then she bundled all her things in a wad on her lap and started to work on the refractory bat pin again It balked at first but final ly came with such a rush that her elbow went fairly and squarely into the eye of the man on her right She put the pin in her moVrtli with the point toward the man on her left side and then her neighbors at sides and rear saw with rising perturbation that there were at least two hat pins still tocome The man behind leaned over and said Pray dont trouble your self further madam Its of no consequence I can SQC very well as it is- The man on her left dodged wild ly for fear she would turn her head in his direction with the long pin in her mouth pointed toward him But she did not turn She went at the Lat pin again Things slid off her lap but neither of the men at her side dared to reach for tuggedragain to Idave the Lat where it was She paid no attention bow ever and at last tIle head cover lug came off She was flushed and hot and her hair was blousled and tousled and her queenlike dignity was no longer in evidence The stage villain meanwhile had laid bare his prospective criminality and the curtain went down on first act without anyone in the vi cinity having known what the play wasaH about Cross Purposes Mrs Klubbs severely Ive been lying awake these three hours waiting for you to come home Mr Klubbs ruefully Gee And Ive been staying away for three hours waiting for you togo to sleep Cleveland Leader An Oasi- sTeacherChildren what is an oasis Silence pervaded the room Fi nail time littlest boy waved his hand wildly I know I know he cried ex citedly three palm trees and a camel NY Times For a painful burn there is noth ing like Deyitts Which Hazel Salve Thero are a host of imitations of imitations of DeWitts Which Hazel Salve on the market see that you get the geuine Ask for DeWitts Good too for sunburn cuts bruises and especially recommended for piles The name E C DeWitt Co is on every box i Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m ko STRONG hUuw Milo tlBM AgainIs StovallofTHtQnGzL said after taking Kodol Dytpepila- J Curt of otherwa- women an being restored to perfect II health by this remedy YOU may bi well you will take It Indigestion cause nearly all the sickness that women bare It deprireslhe system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and bicosM diseased 4It Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuild the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol curs Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchlnz heartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat U rutM U total S t lu I If h ntir I Sold bT Z WAYNE Ultima Big Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN For April 1906 Minnesota North and SoOth Dakota Manitoba Wester- Ontario Saskatchewan Assin iljoia and Alberta 2335 set tiers tickets Dates of sale April 3 10 17 and 24 1906 andIllulanapolls mr in Indiana only Dates of saleApril 24 and 25 190- 6Northern MicMpSSlXffi HomeSeekers Excursion April 10 and 24 May 8 and 22 California Washington Ore gon Idaho Montana Utah TerritorySpecial tickets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 San Francisco and Los An geles Cal And return Dates of sale April 24 to May 41900 1 Mexico One way second class colonist tick ets on sale daily to and including x April 71906- Apply to nearest Big Four agent H S RHEIN GenI Pass Agt- Cincinnati 0 S J GATES Gen hgt- Louisville Ky Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE n Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and tree cars HomeaeeKers Excursions rural and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets folders ete on application R C TOWHSMD RTO MATTHEWS lra1P n41adTKw rrlil fuuiri Itut- ummuifitLOUIS Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this of fice cheap owL r Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND y Telegraph Co Tncorporatcd Ineres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my reMdmce and hoeker heard to grumble About the Tele phone YOUTH for goodsrd vice and gentlemanly competition II E PATE Mgr WIIlQ tCT lcrT Ohio County Circuit Court TIMllrkhiad Jmlw Dee D ninKoAttornejr 0 car MldklB Jailer Ed 0 Barraia Clerk Frank L Felix Uniter Com mlMloner Y L Moieley Trustee Jury rand It BUiuttn Sheriff Hartford Deputy SberlDS OrantPollarddarin March end August and conttnnw three NovembertwoCounty ConrtW BTajlor Judge wsT- lnaleyClerkEM Woodward Attorney Hart lord CoDrt COOTION ant Monday In each month QnarUrlCourtBeglni on the third Monday In Jannary April July aDd October Court ol Claim Conrene ant Monday In Jan OctoberOtherOfflcwiN eWSchoolSoperlDteDdeDt CoronerJlnoTviatlce court 23September ZSptemberSptember2September28SeptemberHerbert Bender CentertownMarch 30 Jnaa 21 September 29 December 30 30SeptemberHertford I cllc Court AttornTene second Monday IB eachnionth R2laloua Szvle Sundayeach Wedsnla7lYeDIDg Ber J A Lewis Paetor IghbetorePrarermeellDgGardner paitor- OP ChnrchSerrlce flnt Sunday la each month at 11 amaudTpm BT J D Bar nedpator School Trnt ea rtfordOM Crowe J B DPeodletoDCltyConnrtlJ n William Mayor CM DPendtonADWhiteWin DrJWTylor S cie t Socl tl A 0 U W meet flrit and third Friday night In each month a Hartford Lodge No Ora F ft A Mason dr- Mondaralghtluaehmoah Hartford Tent No W Knight of the Maeca bee every Thursday night Bough nhr Lodge Nolll Knight of PjthU mote Tery Tuesday night Prwton Morton Pot No 4 0 A B hold Leg nlarmeetlig Saturday beforeflntSunday in earn e month Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Line- slROM LonisvilleDanville and Lexington TU I l mStWosiT- Wo Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville 530 a m Lve Louisville 900 a m Arr St Louis 612 pm Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 am Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclining Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of tho Sky Booklet and other illustrated literatureW MORGAN D T 1 Lexington Ky HC KING G PTA111 East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A G P A- StLouis Mo Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN v f r c F3l+ h w rr NrwrnNM t- t Y j 1f Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 18 iSEESJOYIN EXPLORATION e asUst Who Would Fathom Mya Bodes of Nature Takes Pleasure in Possible Discoveries I 2Tbe real exploration of the would Las to be done and endless Jjjzi3oneover by men who go to Its dellrs ucttis of the learningof their time ISKJS If S Stealer in Atlan Only the mere fringes of this J 3cavor will be devoted to climb tnileaIBefinltion such as the north or i ivath pole The cause of true ex jUcration will be vastly advanced can some real observer with the tat of the naturalist finds him woT within say CO miles of the J+o1eswith a sea beneath him that vny soundings proves that there is zrodand polewards who then delib j=stely gives up the satisfaction inputting his feet a little nearer wShat field in which the wobbly 1r7isof the earth ends in order ijist he may save time and force fcir better uses That man will rind for the new type of explorer IROW represents the motive of our nmenstbe captains of the Span uh forays in the new world repre ywated the creed and brutal form I jTtheuimpulse 400 years ago Wet rseto glance at those fields that iiTraIt the modern explorer and ore to give him the same inspira irao that the men of old won when I lajyknewthwer the first that rver burst into the silent sea 7isj is it is true n rvrtain mere scal delightin being thus won Tflrmere seeming for it is rarely rare sure that we are the firstt t Mttlieseeming unknown But this n ri3rjjnt is somewhat childish it is rate that of the big game hunter r tffho has the satisfaction that in I Ailing an elephant he has done I Aiiat noone else has done or will 0for that particular beast Most svawlyUIscorered seas have been I clawed by unknown keels anlJj mere are few square miles of land j sat have not been trodden by niKiry feet The moan tainehimber i une of the commonest embodi iwHiate of the exploring motive must often finds on the virgin sum aStor canyon a beer bottle and Jjeecard of John DoejUNIQUE DECK OF CARDS i ittlTBok Its Owner Twenty Years toI Collect the Pack Which i He Cherishes j gym ex dealer in a Manhattan s 4ruubliug house that used to Hour 4Th not fur from West FortyHoc iwji street has probably the queer sTUdeck of cards in the world I fznja the Brooklyn Ragle He has j ysxn 121 yours collecting the puck vBj3 is exceedingly proud of it lie hsit began picking up playing suds in the street when he balIl wu id to run across tlicm In this j mfflie got 1C ormoifcards before j irXegan to find diiilicutcs Some j imrs he would find two or three rTr 3 then it would be months be j rxurtre lie would find another strav JKWttboard lint lit jtersevcrA I nl always kept his eyes iiut lie might add t o his colltction1 4V Xn he had f 4t1ir Klu next three 4r4tmnffHtIcUtIH 4tftl4i diamonds Itee i hl 4m1H hei1 uutEiIX months after was over 4amtd to find what he at first Z M light was a full Boshof cards Kestiwas III au r2i he would easily complete his JVMidcrful leek The jack ii Jh and the I rev of spades 11j friftrti all right lint five or six awl were missing and among Jwem ilie deuce of diamonds It +wwrard as if he would never be rtjtois to secure his fifty second card cite n few days ago he entered one rr Tin suburban ruins of the New llttirk Central and almost the hrst thing he saw was the deuce of xhxnionds fare upward ill the w feittflf thenir It was giltedged snit glossy lurk till finest in his jBtliectJou He had b eu seatchine l r for it for five and a half years aUf breathed a sigh of relief Thl strange deck is composed of card of all qualities from the cheapen to the highest priced and sotnear1 artNsoiled and wor Immense Manuscript In the Vatican library there is a treatise on dragons a manu script in a single roll 300 feet ionF and one foot wide the material of which is said to be the tanned gut of a great dragon Had to Work His Way Up Honest now Jack did yon ever love any girl before you met me 1 ButlIany knowChicagoTribune Uncle Allen No said Uncle Allen Sparks I wont say Doc Bliggins is a monumental liar but of all the men I am acquainted with he has the most vivid recollection of things that never happened Chicago Tribune On the Wing Time flies exclaimed the man who had been up late the night be fore as he threw the alarm clock through the window Chicago llecordHerald GAS BELT EXCURSION Sunday May 20th Bit Four Route To the Indian Gas Belt Special train leaves 7th St Union depot Lou isville at 7 oclock a m Extremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville 125 Knfehtstown 150 Anderson 150 Alexandria 175 Marion 175 Tickets on sale at City Ticket of flee 2594th Avenue and at depot S J GATES Gen Agt For Sale or Rent Store room on Center Street Hartford noted as the best grocery and confectionary stand in town Apply at Tim REPUBLICAN office Notice- A faculty consisting of a princi pal an assistant principal and fou teachers for the Primary and Inter mediate work in Hartford this year are to be selected Ma 24 190G All applications to be made i writing and filed with the Secreta joy of the board by 9 oclock May 24 1906 C M CROWE Sec Attention The finance Committee of Ohio Hancock Daviess and McLean coun ties A S of E are requested to meet in Owensboro on Thursday May 24 The purpose of this meet ing is to get a uniform price on our 1904 tobacco also to make a price on our 1905 cash tobacco A full atten ance is earnestly desired DAVID MORELAND State President COMMONWEALTH DOCKET FIRST DAY 3865 Comth vs Willie Walker 3960 W E Russell Alex Nichilson 4201 Orbrey House Same Jack Smith Wm Reddish 4253 Jno Foster Charlie Robinson 4266 Virgil Mills 4273 Walter Dick 4275 Virgil Mills 4281 Charles South 4292 Cicero Smith 4293 Same 429 1 Same 4295 Same 4200 Same 4297 Same 339 Annie May Allen Lane 4310 James Espy 4343 Same 4244 Same 4345 Same 4347 Same 4348 Same 4350 Same 4366 Same 4385I George Kissenger 4386 Jno W Wilson 4288II JS Young 4491 V D Stewart L p1t PIANO RECITAL = tBy Pupils of Miss Caroline Woerner =Monday Evening May 21 1906 MI I4 4aiattat Sunshine PRESSER MARIAM HOLBROOK 5 a Duet at 4GLENN6 I Live and Love TheeDuet CAMPANA Miss CARRIE LEWIS and LEE LONG ill7 a Joyous LifeBierdermann b Forgetmenot FUCHS at BESSIE COLLINS at 8 TrioGallop STREABBOG LUCILE PIRTLE MARIAM HOLBROOK MARIE RAGLAND 9 Dance of Nymps PISIIER FMYRTlE WILLIAMS 10 Bass on LOHR r HENRY LONG 11 Shower of Stars WACHS KEOWNrSweet Home OESTEN F LORENNA FORD 13 DuetEmbassador March KLAMMER FLOSSIE WOODWARD and CAROLINE WOERNER r 14 Trio GirardGarotte FONDEY PEARL THOMAS HETTIE and RUTH RILEY 15 Vocal Solo LEWIS WATKINS FHATfIE BARNETT I6 DuetCharge of BOHM p MYRTIE WILLIAMS and ALICE KEOWN p 17 Cabaletta xHLTr1Ep 18 DuetSparrows Chirping BEHR I AUCE TAYLOR and CAROLINE WOERNER F b Alpine Violets GANSCHALS C ALICE TAYLOR 19 On Blooming Meadows Waltz GULIE RIVEKING r PEARL THOMAS 20 CapriceHongrois KETTERER xKEOWNp Maying SMITH ICARRIE LEWIS and LEE LoNGI aaaaililiaaaa4394 II Penual Eyerly 4394 4 IHenry Osborne 4395 Thomas Coghlll Cor4404 Hardin Renfrow Laymane WmyDou Deckern4909 Millard Reed 4413 Roscoe Williams 4416 Eck Hines 4417 W M Hatler 4418 F Fleener 4419 LV Oller 4420 Lou Wilkins 4421 Fred Vick 4422 Forest Weathers 447 Thos Decker 4428 F Fleener SECOND DAY 4430 Garfield Maiden 4433 4 4A V Leach 4434 4Guy Faught 4435 IIJas Monarch Pat Gallagher 4436 Henry Landrum 4437 Same 4438 Same 4439 4 ISame4440 J S Young 4441 Same 4442 Same 4443 4 SA V Leach 4444 Same 4445a 4 Ernest Wilson etc 4446 Jake Halloway 4447 Chas Willoughby 4448 Geo Dotson 4449 R W Ragland 4450 Ab Morrison i451 Ebb Allen 4452 Wade Park 4453 Lee Duke 4454 F D McNally 4455 4Len Hall THIRD DAY 4456 Wm English 4457 V 0 Ranney 4458 tame 4459 Same 4460 Luke Taylor 4461 Leslie Hines 4462 Loren Crowe 446a Wm Burgess Clime Burgess 464 Leslie Hines 4465 Roy Crowe etcI4466 Wm Hatler 4467 Same 4458 Same 4 4469 Same 14470 Same v l e 4471 Willis Peach 4472 David King 4473 4Dee Render 4474a eEck Rucker 4476 V O Ranney 4477 4 4hlobt Rowe 4478 Eck Rucker 11 Sewing Machine 7- 7BAROAINS We have seventyseven SECONDHAND SEWING MA CHINES including all stand ard makes many of them as good as new which will be sold at unheardof prices Come to Saunders Grocery Store on Main Street in Hart ford and get the machine you want Every one a bargain They must go Come at once SAUNDERS CO Jewell Peacock I have just purchased from Tom Wilson Bro for 70000 this high bred young Stallion He willjmake 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 bard of F M Allen in Centertown on Thurs 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 Phillips Black Horse 3rd Dam by Gen Taylor Jew ell Pecock Dam Katie Lee by Hazel wood he by Nutalwood he by Nut wood second Dam by Berthune he by Cabells Lexington T S F M ALLEN Centertown Ky FREE TRIP TO- MAMMOTH CAYE Offered By The Republican to School Boys of Ohio County How many persons in Ohio county have seen the Mammoth Cave Situated less than 100 miles from us it is visited every year by people from every land as one of the seve lCwonders of the world Doubtless many of our readers have been embarrassed when in other Statesthey were asked to describe the onderful Kentuckv t Cave and were compelled to admit to the utter astonishment of tho queS i tioner that they have never seen it To contribute somewhat toward this necessary part of the boys education the management of this paper has decided to inaugurate a pilgrimage to the cave for the flrstlweek in September of this year and seven school boys one from each Magisterial district in Ohio county between the ages of 12 and 20 will be given the trip free of charjje accompanied by one of the editors 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 THE REPUBLICAN of 100 whether arrears nr advance will entitle the subscriber to 10 votes and six months subscription to 5 votes The names of candidates with number of votes received to date will be published each week No employe or member of the family of any one connected with this paper will be clligible as a candidate Persons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following ballot hTheDISTRICT No 1East and West Hartford East and jtWest Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTRICT No 2Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot ing precincts DISTRICT No sEast and West Fordsville Etmwille Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 5Beds Heflin Buford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No 6centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7Northand South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts Free Trip to Mammoth Cave I cast this ballot of votes For l Whow elli h betwu 1214 O3atbt District No Precinct t Signed Itldres1State County w vw r +M+ + + I BANK OF HARTFORD t INCOJtrOIllAJED ta3r 2+ tt Capital Stock 4000000Surplus 12 OOOOO i Stockholders Addil Liability 4OOOOOO t+ Securely to Depositors 9200000 Cashiert IJHOLBROOKHCTHOMAS Directors 00 +++++++++++++ + oHo v+++ FIRST NATIONALBANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 5 Surplus Profits12500- Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in- DIRECTORS GABE LIKENS ALVIN ROWE BURCII FEUX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN Subscribe for The Hartford Republican pi 1 T J q Jt t