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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t ttzrtf t UqrnblkanhI Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FJND IT IN TilE REPUBLICANSubscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 25 1906 No 45 I EXCELLENT SHOWING Hartford College Closes Most Successful Years Work I rowded Houses M Every Performance and Splendid Entertainmelt The twentyfifth anniversary and commencement exercises of Hart ford College began l ftiinday with the baccalaureate sermon by Dr D F Fogle of Georgetown His discourse was a rare treat to the stu dents and citizens of Hartford the theme being Warfare in Life In an able manner the students were di rected in the way to combat and to victory leading to a crown of eternal life The music was selected by Mi Pearl Thomas with splendid taste and was rendered by a select choir in a manner that charmed the audi Vtnce Monday night the pupils of Miss Caroline Woerner gave a piano re cital which was thoroughly enjoyed and which showed that Miss Woer ner is thorough in her departmetlt and had given patient care in train ing her students Each number was well rendered and complimented by the audience On Tuesday night the declamatory contest drew a crowded house The prize was a gold medal offered by Hon B D Ringo and the contest which was spirted was participated in by Misses fera Hawkins Win ona C Stevens Irena Miller Mary Elizabeth Marks and Messrs Chas L Taylor Joseph Bennett John A Bennett and Clyner Hicks Th judges were Miss Dora E Gibson Capt Feagan and Dr U W Edge The work of each contestant was almost perfect and the judges had a r most delicate and difficult task The decision was in favor of Miss Stev 1 I Wens and in a few well chosen words Miss Gibson presented the medal The exercises were interspersed t with some good musical selections rendered by Misses Pearl Thomas Mary Keown Elizabeth Sanderfur Mrs C D Stevens Messrs Ellis Thomas Lee Long Henry Long and Alonzo Sanderfnr The contest in oratory Wednesday f night for the gold medal offered by lion R E Lee Simmerman was j interesting and exciting Those wh participated acquitted themselves admirably Following is a list of the contestants and their subjects Eminent American Woman Nora OverhultzMonuments W S Taylor Our Nations utureFrank Foreman Visions of Hope Iva Taylor Henry W Grady J Ney Foster The Spirit of1 the Age Arthur Kirk The judges were Mrs Feagan Mr Cooper and Prof Faughender It was a difficult matter for the judges to make a division among so many efforts but the medal was awarded- to Arthur Kirk Will S Taylor re ceiving one vote comparison of the grades as made by the judges gave second standing to J Ncy Foster The grades were made under the the following rules 1st Originality in the oration 2nd Composition style and diction 3rd delivery a pronunciation and enunciation b attitude demeanor and gestures Last night the graduating exercis es closed the college year Prof Gray Mrs Gray and all the teachers have worked hard under difficulties to make the work a success and the various entertainments have given them justcausoto be proud of their 4efforts The graduates were McDowell Fogle Lillian Miller and Dr Jessie Bean Mr Fogle made a fine Impres sion in his address on Mans Con quest of Nature Silent Influ encesfurnished a good subject for a beautiful address Miss Miller Hon Ben D Ringaokq in his usual happy style in n Address to the graduates whiclrwas replete with good and wholesome truths Enjoyable musical selections were rendered by Miss Margaret Nail if 1 I at Mrs C D Stevens Mrs Thos B Petrie Miss Carrie Lewis and Mr LongThe diplomas were presented by C M Barnett Tonight will occur the Alumni reception with an elaborate program after which an elegant banquet will be given to invited guests Henry Nelson Sharp Dead Central City Ky May 22Mr Henry Nelson Sharp a prominent and well known farmer and pioneer settler of Muhlenberg county died yesterday afternooon at his home near Nelson of complication of dis eases He was seventythree years old was well known for his many no ble traits of character his kindness andcharity He was a bachelor r and leaves only onesistcrMrsAbram Howerton of Central Cityand one brother Sam Sharp saOHIO COUNTY Will be Well Represented at Nom- Coming for Former Kentuckians The plans for Home Coming week in Louisville June 13to 17 are prac tically complete and any one at al familiar with them will agree that they point to the largest gatherin- in r the history of the South Th very lowest estimate based upon ac ceptance cards and letters on file a the headquarter of the Louisville Commercial Club point to an often dance of over 55000 exKentuckians Only a small portion of this number indicated on their acceptance card the county of birth A large list of former resident- e of this county have accepted the Home Coming investigation This list by no means represents the at tendance of those who went from this county Practically every Q accepting the invitation has stated that he or she will be accompanied by from twA to five others The home coming Association at Louisville imforms us that Ohio county will according to its estimates be represented by 480 former citi zees of this county during the big June event As the Railroads have made a rate of one fare for the round trip fro Louisville to all points in Kentucky tickets going on sale June 16th it is expected that all former citizens o lour country who visit Louisville will come to their old homes as soon as they have partaken fully of Louis vine hospitality Killed ty Goebels Gun NScholasvilie Ky May 22Ward d Penthe was almost instantly killed thlsmorning by accidental shooting With two companions he was prepar ing to drive to High Bridge to ac as deputy sheriff for the day and had a revolver the same William Goebel had on his person when he was killed in the inside pocket o his vest The three young men das entered the buggy and Penthe w in the middle Before taking the lines he stooped over to put some object he had been holding under the buggy seat when the weapon dropped to the floor It exploded and the ball perforated Penthes bowels He lived only two hours CERALVO May 22E M Kimmel has returned from Barlow Indian Territo ryIJames Jackson and wife Fairest visited relatives hero Sunday Tom Smith Paradise was here Saturday and Sunday A large crowd attended the ice cream supper here Saturday night Mrs J1 M Everly visited relatives in Island recently Misses Minnie and Willie Graves Rockport visited their uncle Ben Graves Sunday Rev R T McConnel Beaver Dam filled his regular appointment here SundaySam Smith and wife visited relatives in McLean county Tuesday 1 r r oJ V 3 c IJ MUCH INTEREST Being Manifest in Our Pop ularity Contest Candidates Active and Votes Are Pouring in for Them Interest in our popularity contest for a free trip to the Mammoth Cave the greatest natural wonder in America is growing with enor mews rapidity as the time for the journey draws nearer In fact fo the past few days interest approach ing enthusiasm has been manifest Bright eyed school boys have bee going out after their friends and neighbors and requesting them to subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN if not already a subscriber if already a subscriberthey request that they theyeand as a result votes have been pouring in for the active candidates From now until 5 oclock August 18th the date on which the contest closes the battle of ballots bids fair rivalisome bright eyed school boys wil leave no stones unturned to win the te date is as follows- t Below will be found candidates nominated and vote cast for each up to noon yesterday in TilE REPUBLI CAN Mammoth cave trip pop ularity contest DISTRICT NO 1ICecil Barnard Beaver Dam 60 sDarrell Sullenger Hartford 180 Robert Davis Hartford SCO Ernest Mc Coleman Beaver Dam 60 Godfrey Bean Hartford 60 2ne w ceuosme 21 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton 1 Bernice Neighbors Dundee 1 DISTRICT No4 Roy Keown Fordsville 70 DISTRICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda 60 Jesse C Smith Taffy 21 Sherman Chamberlain Nocreek 2G DISTRICT No6-I John Morton Ceralvo 10 Vig Morton Smallhous 50 DISTRICT No7 100INotice I The undersigned Secretary ofJ the Republican Committee of Ohio county Kentucky by the authority vested in me hereby call the County Committee of said party to meet in Hartford Ky at the courthouse 0 Monday June 4th 1906 at 1 ocloc- t p m for the purpose of electing a chairman of said Committee to fill the vacancy caused by the death of N Barrass and for the further purr pose of transacting any other busi ness that may come before said com mittee This May 18th 1906 M S RAND Sec District A S of E Organized Editors REPUBLICAN Centertown Local Nos 1 2 and 3 and Ceralvo Local met at Centertown May 19I 1906 and organized a district meet ing by electing Alney Tichenor President E A BarnardVicePresident- M D Ashby Secretary E J Ash by Assistant Secretary Some ofJ the Locals were represented by as many as ten delegates The following resolutions were unanimously adopted Whereas The objects of the Amer ican Society of Equity are equitable and just and Whereas There are farmers in our midst who persist in dumping or selling their tobacco to buyers in violation of the rules andc principles of the Society Therefore Be It Resolved 1 That no union man let any nonunion man have tobacco plants unless he signs a written obligation that he will join a local the first op portunity 2 That we favor an Equity f J lt thesher that will thresh unio wheat only 3 That we endorse the union of buying a meat sho andrunning it in favor of Equity people provided they buy from un 10 onlyt local make a full crop reportand that the Secretary should notify all Presidents of each the districtM ASHBY Sec Bennett Not Indicted The Breckenridge county grand jury has adjourned after a two weeks session without indicting Deputy United States Marshal Loy- r al P Bennett for killing William Macev while the latter was making his escape from him several months 1ago Marshal Bennett claimed that he was not shooting at Macey when he fired the fatal shot CHICKEN STORY Hoe Steals Nest and is Found in Top of Hollow Tree With Ten Young Brood A few days ago Mr George Shultz of the Cool Springs neighborhood hlwoods and thus locate the whereabouts of the nestif it proved that the hen had one He crept slighly along after the hen and in a while to his amazement she fle into a beech tree and began to mount higher by jumping from branch to branch finally disappearing from sight Mr Shultz was determined notto be out done so he climed the treS and in a hollow of the tree twenty feet from the ground h found the hen snugly sitting on nest Further investigatibn revealed a fact that she had hatched outf leienjfttlcd1ickms ten of0which sere still alive The story sounds almost incredible ShultzIcitizens of the Cool Springs neighborhood Ohio Countys Summer Resort 0Ohlo countys well known and popular summer and health resort Sulphur Springs will be open for guests on and after Saturday June 2 1906 Under the management of Mr T C Bean Sulphur Springs has attained first rank as a summer resort The management spar neither time trouble nor means to make the stay of all guests pleasant The hotel and grounds have bee improved from year to year and are now firstclass in every respect If it is recreation health or pleasure spendka Terms reasonable 458 SMALLHOUS May 23Rev McConnoll Beaver Dam filled his regular appointment at Equality Sunday W M Addington and daughter Miss Ula May went to Hartford MondayMiss Addington went to Cer alvo Saturday Miss Debbie Taylor is the guest of relatives in Hartford this week The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs George Lewis was hurried at Equality last Wednesday Misses Nettie and Augusta Geiger spent Friday night with their sister Mrs Chester Lindley Matanzas Mr and Mrs Oppie Kittinger and son Oscar were guests of Mr and Mrs T R Barnard Livermore last I weekP B Taylor has remodeled his storehouse and made a dwelling of it and it is occupied by a man from North Carolina who has the contract for buildidg the railroad bridge i K R Ashby Centertown was the guest of Alva Calloway Wednesday I Mrs Alva Calloway is on the sick listThe I prayer meeting for next Sun day evening will be at the residence of the RevJG H Lawrence l I +1j Jt t u 11y p11cta New 2 a = Things 3 INew Suits New Hats New Dress aGoods New Shoes and a complete stock iI a of Summer Wearing Apparel atCARSON 4COS aTheres a difference between trade ill 4atradekeeper is a good moneys worth iIof clothes 4 Bargains and BargainsI = If you are attracted this year by one sort of a bargain and another year by makeeup your mind that if you get good Clothesyou have got to go again where x forwthem like a man The store that sticks r qto standards is the store that people stick to P eWe Mean All This IWe are growing solidly and reJl TrClothes have done it Right Clothes right style and right prices tell Suits H for 2 to 15 and if we cant sellas good a Suit for 10 as the average store sells for 15we are very muchsmistaken Come see about it JCARSONCO IesIACORCOnATEll Kentuckyn j 4444aMM a1 R W KING Jeweler and Optician Hartford Ky All kinds ofrepair work done withneatness and dispatch Bring your Clocks Watches Eye Glasses or Jewelry to me Elegant Shirtwaist Sets Belt Buckles Collar iButtons Hat Pins Rings and Watches for sale at IIOW prices inlSubscribe for The Hartford Republican a y t 0 I1 i ISAN FRANCISCO PAPERS How They Were Issued Following the Ruin of the Earth quake I San FraDcUcoChronlcl In the great effort to reestablish business houses few can appreciate the extraordinary efforts put forth by the newspapers to serve sub cabers daily with the worlds 1 meats r Probably in no commercial enter iprise was greater exertion put forth than to find new homes for the Igreat San Francisco dailies every xmc of which was completely burned out and plants wrecked This drove the dailies across the bay to homes of smaller journals most of which operate with a single press and from two to five typesetting machines Commencing with issues of four sheets the first day after the earth quake papers like the Chronicle have steaily grown until they are issuing now sixteen page editions To do this every job printing office in Alameda Oakland and Berkeley and in fact every available ma chine within a radius of ten miles of Oakland has been pressed into ser vice and kept working the full twen tyfour hours As a sample of the manner in which the sixteen pages of reading flind advestising matter are assem bled in the Chronicle ten columns were set one day in a newspaper office in Alameda and carried by wagon to the composing rooms of the Oakland Herald where the Chronicle is being issued Other papers have had to resort to the acme expedients getting part of their matter set up in some instan ces twenty miles away The limited supply of type and paper in the analler offices to which San Francisco dailies have been driven has also been a great handicap It has been often necessary for a compositor to distribute a story the same night it TVSS set upin order to secure suffici 2Rt type for another story for the same edition Despite these obstacles all the big morning dailies are being issued reg ularly and subscribers are obtaining their favorite papers as thought nothing had occurred Prosperity is maaifested more clearly in the news papers than in any other way It is t impossible to meet the demands of advertisers for space Many times a day the allotment of space has to Abe cut despite the fact that busi ness men are ready and willing to pay the full adertisinp rates with cashWith all the extra work necssary to get out the papers in Oakland no effort is being speard to re establish the plants of the San Francisco papers in their old home Many complete eastern plants have been offered and with machines that have already been ordered and which are on the way from the east the propria etors of the three morning papers 3n their own premise within a few weeks Itis possible to obtain relief from chronic indigestion and dyspepsia toy the use of Kodol for Dyspepsia I Some of the most hopeless casesfor long standing have yield ed to it It enables you to digest the food you eat and exercises a corective influence building up the efficiency of the digestive or gans The stomach is the boiler wherein the steam is made that keep up your vitality health and strength Kodol digests what you eat Makes the stomach sweet puts the boiler condition to do the vork nature de mands of itgives you relief form digestive disorders and puts you in rthupf to do your best and fee your beat Sid bv Z 1 ayne Griffin Sro m Stupid To5 Cliolly is too t ij d- LessIn particular Tess Why we were at the beech til the same time last ummer and whoa I mid I wanted to learnllto flwim he said I couldnt foci him Uutt he had seen me swim the summer before r Not a thing harmful in Ore Mir ate Cough Cure tout it relieves a t cough quickly clt tie phlegm I Healing and soothing VH by Z Vayne Giftin Li m Strange Find Mufflolil Vlir tor Jmea Iasv ere sf netr- M t y Palmore in Graves county whim plowing in his field last week struck something hard that rattled against his plow On investigate he found 100 flint arrows paints and knives on digging deeper down h el found the thigh bone and a piece o hip bone and some teeth and a fragment of jaw bones supposed to be part of the skeleton of the shoote of the flint implements A torpid inactive liver can more bodily ills than almost anything else It is good to clean the system out occasionally Stir the liver up and get into shape generally The best results are derived from the use o DeWitts Little Early Risers Reliable Effective pleasant pills wha a reputation Never gripe Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m TRUE STORY Ot Herbert Martins Elopemen With Miss Marshall of Fordsville Mr Herbert Martin of Suamico Wis who was recently a party tone of the most sensational elope ments in the history of Ohio county makes the following statement con cerning the young couples experi encesWe left Fordsville on the 430 a m Texas train and reached Ir vington 0 K where the city Mar shall detained us With the assistance of som- young men in Irvingtonwe escaped and drove to Webster where We found Mr Marshalls telephoned consent to our marriage awaiting us We took the evening train for Hawesville Ky where we crossed the Ohio river on the steam ferry but being unable to secure license being nonresidents we left on the next train but one for Racine Wis We reached Racine 0 K bu were no more successful in securing a license than at Cannelton- A police officer at Racine who had a very good opinion of himself tried to interfere but found he could not detain us We left Racine on the next trai en route for Big Suamico where Miss Marshall spent the night with a friend Mrs Culvel while Mr Martin went to his home for rest To make matters smoother we telegraphed from here to Kentucky so as to have written consent to marriage which was promptt grantedWe took the morning train for Menominee Mich where we had no difficulty in securing a license an were married at about noon of 11 at the parsonage of the First M E church by Rev Todd We returned directly to Big Saumico where we are making ou homeThis is the only account that eve has been sent to a newspaper ove my signature HERBERT MARTIN Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills When liver and bowels go on strike they quickly settles the trou ble and the puryfing work goes right on Best cure for constipationheadi achand dizziness 25 at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Study of Birds A certain Isir c landowner in Russia is making a study of the migratory habits of birds To all those he eau capture lie attaches ii note in Russian German l enoh iiiul English asking who wr may find or kill then to let him know tin country to which they hind Down The Only Danger Arent you afraid that horse will run jiway with somebody j Friend said Bronco Hob it aint imtliiii in Crimson Gulch fort hi s to run away with a man its when a man tries to run away with a hUlls that theres danger Washington Star Koliy Bunch The Arkansas Gazette aiinmin IS tin runafiiinMj of Miss Lulu riiissbnik fwd Mi Join Loud both of Yell coiintv Walt for the Workers Too niiiiiv liristiun soldiers ex poet to become wurriiHS by hear iiijr others htettln oil the manual of trillS J IABSOLUTE CURE For Hydrophobia is SimpleSave This It May Save You I Harrodsburg Herald Judge R J Breckenridge of Danville fur nishes the following infallible cure for mad dog bites It was publish- e ed here about ten years ago but as i several rabid dogs have recently j been killed in this vicinity we re I produce it The Judge says The- I I time between the biting of an ani mat by a mad dog and the showing- t signs of hydrophobia is not less than nine daysbut it may be nine months After the animal has become rabid a scratch of a tooth upon a person or slobber coming in contact with a sore or raw place will produce hydrophobia just the same as if bitten by a mad dog Hydrophobia can be prevented and I will give what is well known to be an infallible rem edy for man and beast if properly administered A dose for a horse or cow should be four times as much as for a person It is not too late to give the medicine any time before the spasms come on The dose for a person is one and onehalf ounces of elecampane root bruised put in a pint of new milk reduced to one half by boiling take all at once in the morning fasting until the after noon or at least a very small diet un seeandtwo ounces of the root Third same as second Three doses are all thats needed and there need be no fear as I know from my own experience and know of a number of cases where it was entirely successful This is no guesswork The persons alluded to had been bitten by their own dogs which were then tied up to see if they were really mad They remedytwas he had known of the use of this remedy for over thirty years and never knew it to fail when properly ad ministered He related a case where a number of cows were bitten and t arsMngiven and they were paved The I other half died from the dread hydrophobia This remedy is printed for what it is worth But in every instance of mad dog bite a physi clan should be at once called and the pesteuryabove prescription is entirely harm less and simpleit mightalso be tried madstone is at hand apply that dalso Leave no measure of prevjn tives against this most horrible of fates untried But the Pasteur treatment has the indorsement of science that it is infallible- r Why take a dozen things to curer that cough KennSys Laxative- r Honey and Tar allays the congestion stops that thickling drives the cold out through your bowels Sold by Z WayneGriffin Bro m FOREST BELOW GROUND Biologist Declares Tha tThere Is Noth ing fit All Remarkable About Its GrowthGives Reasons According to tin eminent biolo gist there is nothing lIt all remark uble in the discovery of a buried forest of oak trees near Peter borough England In bog lands he said it is a common thing to find a few feet below the surface the forests which have been sub merged with the shifting of the earths strata From a gee logical point of view the Peter borough buried forest may have a certain amount of interest though that depends on whether any ani tolls have been found there There are some gfVat reptiles in the South Kensington museum which were found in Peterbor ought and they are millions of years older than the tiewlv discov ered forest Tle forest bed on the Norfolk coast is also far older than L000 yetis There below the surface are forests of all ages immense lIz11oculI Von must remember that all England was one vast oak forest at one time patches of which only remain today The rest is utiv der the earth I These bog lands formed by the filling up of natural burins luivej locked within them the forests t JwIlUukingof u tree trunk As for the practical value of the ancient trees discovered nt Peterborough I should say It i s very little Bog oak cannot bused e successfully for furniture paneling und can only be adapte- to small timings It is brittle and na bard as jet Nasal CATARRHIs should be cleanliness Elys Cream Balm elewesiootbesandbedsthe U cures catarrh and drive away a cold In the bead quickly II Cream Balm Is placed Into Uw noctillt spread a over the membrane and U absorbed BalUf la Im mediate and a cure follow It JI not dying doM Dot produce tnMzIn Large Size M cents at Drop tilts or by mall t Trial Size 10 cents by malt ELV BKOTUERS 84 Warrtn Street New York Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands alone the line of thep IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas saost direct UneVlm ST LOUIS ANI MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and Ins mo lnln chair can UomaceHera Excursion- first and third Tuesdays of eachEll onth Descriptive literature IMpS pamphlets loldrrt etc on 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caused by the breaking down of a car truck The engine was not damaged nor were anyof the train crew hurt The two hoboes were in a box en at the time and one was dragg- t from under the debris dead The I ether died soon afterward While rescuers were taking him out h presisted in saying that he would live and refused to divulge the name of himself or of his companion who was killed The man died shortly after being taken from the wreck The accident occurred this morn ing shortly after 4 oclock The nine cars which were derailed are almost a total loss r+ State of rsLucasI IJ- I 1 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 that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars fo j J each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before meand subscrib ed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 SeahA W GLi soN Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucons surface on the system Send for testimonals free F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggists 75h Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Street Preaching- A Salvation army struck this city Thursday and will hold street meet h W ings until Sunday or Monday says the Hawesville Plalndealer The Arty is Methodist in belief and is composed of Rev H L Brown wife one son and two daughters Rev E i B Dill son and two daughters and i one or two others They are fro near Livermore Ohio county and have been engaged in this work i about four months The Army is a band of the best vocal singers that ever struck Hawesville They knot- how to impress people of their sins and they may give Hawesville a R shaking up for we need it Fro here they go to Cannel ton and fro there to Louisville and Cincinnati Rev Brown formerally lived near Equality this county but Rev Dill If ho ever lived in Ohio county it was for a short time Editor Had a Close Call- A dangerous surgical operation involving the removal of a malignant r 4f ulcer as large as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by th application of Bucklens Arnica j Salve says A C Stieke of Miletus W Va Persistent use of Salve completely cured it Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Peculiar Foods The articles of food used by maxi nations would be disgusting to Amer lean epicures In Africa the natives catch locusts in net for table use I They are salted and eaten with great relish The turks esteem goldfish a i delicacy and the animal food of the Japanese consists largely of raw fish iIn The Pino Indians make a soup of tobacco worms and the Western American Indians eat grasshoppers In California the digger Indians feed on ants winch they prepre in yari ous forms Snails are raised and j fatted in Switzerland mid then sent to Vienna where they are eaten during Lent In Java the natives hold mammoth repIItilesof the boa constrictoK is eaten with I relish by the negroes Authorities say it much resembles the flesh of eels or this country In Brazil lizr zanls are eaten and in other South You Want to Know iDo What You Swallow t There Is n growing wntlment In this fnvor of MIDICINKM OP hvowxiO3IINIFITI N It la lilt natural that one thecotnpuIto nwallow whether Ito food drink or inwllclnoKccopnUIiig tits growing disposition on tint part of till nubile und I that tho fulioxt can only add to the wHIcurnrd reputation of his medi clues Ur It V tierce of IlnlTalo N Y has taken tlmn tho forelock as It were and Is piiMlHliliitf broadcast a list of all tho Ingredients entering Into his loading medicines tho Golden Medical Invqorntorstomachregulator also of his Favorite 1rcscrlp brokennThis hold and outgpoknn movement on showingnnro composed of disarmed all harping critics who have heretofore on- ustlyattacked them A little pamphlet complied from tho standard medical authorities or all tko several schools of practice showing tho strongest endorsements by medical writers of the several Ingredients which enter Into Dr Ilerces medicines A of this dodegtcrIntoIctncs Address Ur Pierce as above eDr rirrcet Ilentnt relicts arc tiny tur tr l inllbllluui granule They rrrulato and InrlkortUi Hlonnoli Liver and Rowel llo tint twirt Uio pill habit hut cure runntlpttlon Ono or two caclL day for a laxative and regulator three or toW fur tn actlTe cathartic Ones tried alwa341n for ofgt odl01 ArIlr thatbold totbo ox iia of 500000 copies a few yran am at 150 per ropy lmt year wn rare away Hi000 worth of these Inralua ble book The year wonliall give away KOOOO worth of them Will you chap In tbU benefit If so 1 onecent to rover cost of mlllntr emir for hank In Tfniorat stamps llltlrro Addrvw Iir It V tierce Uuffalo N Y American countries fat hairless cat erpillers are fried in oil and consid ed appetizing Larvae and maggots rare utilized as food in both Africa fled South America Many of the animal foods esteems by the Chinese are disgusting They eat dogs alligators mice rats worms maggots etc In Burma religion prohibits the killing of animals for food The inhabitants thus live largely on aniI mals that have died of disease The porcupines are eaten in parts of South America and the West In deans eat the flesh of the wildcat The Eskimo are fond of Antic mice which are cooked in tallow TO REVISE POSTAL LAW Postmaster General Wants SecI v and Class Rates Overt hauleacPostmaster General Cortelyou has recommended to congress to apt pointment of a commission to Int mquire into the subject of second class mail matter with a view to ascerr taining what modifications of the present law are necessary IThe existing statutes regulating the second class mail matter are- postmasterout of date says the modm publishingmindustry and the them unnecessarily and unreasonably hampers the publishers of bona fide newspapers and periodicals Mr Cortelyou expresses the bes lief that the proposed commission could make recommendations which would result in laws equitable to publishers relieving them from present annoyance and restrictions and at the same time protecting thee interest of toe government A good complexion is impossible with the stomach out of order If pasty sallow people would pay more attention to their stomach and less to the skin on their faced they would have better complexions willdigestwhatY in the right shape to do it own work Kodol relieves palpitation of the heart flatulence sour stomach heart burn etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m 1 Editor Wed in Overalls KKUHHH City Tlmen Harry Ives did not write a piece i about his wedding for the paper of- Hilairewhich he is editor at St Minn An cleborate function had been arranged and the bride Miss Alice Smith was ready when IvesI adjourned to his wedding raiment He had rocuredan elaborate outfit While he wad trying on his clothes friends broke into his apartments stripped him of all his finery and locked him in Later they provided him tvitha suit of bright blue un i derclothes and a pair of overalls InI this garb he was compelled to go to church and he married in the presence of ull his friends LINCOLN TABLET Governor Beckham Names Corn e mission For Its Erection Frankfort Ky May 18The late general assembly passed a bill appro priating 2500 to erect a memorial tablet in the city of Hodgenville i honor of Abraham Lincoln who was born in Larue county near Hodgens vileand whose birthplace was recent ly purchased by the editor of Collier Weekly with the purpose of making it a memorial park The bill provided for the appointment of a comis sion of five to select and erect this tablett and the Governor today selected the following persons Robert Enlow and Charles J Hubbard- of Hodgensville B Nail of Louisville Charles C Beard of Fordsville and Richard Loyal Jones of Nov York Messrs Enlow Nail and Beard were members of the last Houseand Mr Jones is the political editor of Colliers Weekly who ha visited Kentucky several times who has taken quite an interest in the purchasing of the Lincoln home Made Happy for Life Great happiness came into th home of S C Blair school superin tendant at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was restored from dreadful compliant he names Hesays My little daugh ter had St Vitus Dance whic yielded to no treatment but grew steadily worse until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and Ire joie to say three bottles effected a complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general de bility female weakness impoverished blood and malaria Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore Price 50c Personal Habits Vonthn t Companion For the average man success frequently depends more upon his man ner and appearance than upon his knowledge of his trade or business or one might always say of his pro fession A Chicago newspaper has lately been noting some failures their causes Itcites the case of one man who was a successful salesman in a business house in Chi but was unable to get any custom when sent on the road The general manager of the business went to lunch with him one day to talkover the matter The man crumbled crackers into his soup until it was thick and then ate the mixture from the end ofhis spoor in great mouthfdls When the meat was servedhe shoveled it in with his knife and had finished eating and was noisily picking his teeth almost before the manager had begun his meal In reply to a question he told the manager that he always took his customers out to lunch anIusedevery method to win r j confidence and friendship The manager then said Yon me a stick of gum couldntI whose personal habits are so obtrusively vulgar as yours could have the slightest influence with me Had I lunch with you before sending you on the road I would never have disgraced our house by giving it i tnomxnwNnrAsnnyan yeq i for your Protection wu placp this label on every nickngn of Scottfl Emulsion Timman with ullshort his biick I N oUt trademark and it is u iiumntco that Scott Enml Lion will do nil thatis claimed fill It Nothing better for lung t IIIPIt tor bronchial troubled fn infant or adult Scrtttn Krnul- lilm is ope of tlto greatest Iksli- i ulldcnilcnown to tlio medical II world iia1Iiemryoraeamplrlrea v frOTT IIBriJilE c rlJlt e t now rkI Y c sucha representative These I words hurt but the man profited b1 f 1 them and today is one of the most gentlemanly as well as one the most successful salesman on the road Another case cited is that of a minister whose unrefined manners annoyed his women relatives They trice to help him but he resented their suggestions and men less able Intellectually but with more of thE graces of refinement in their man 1ners were called to the opportuni ties for service in the pulpits of thE large and influential churches The used to teach manners in the of insa not learn good manners at home he hu to pick them up when he gets out into the world or also handicapped Great geniuses have commandedre spect in spite of boorishness but it is never safe for a young marl to as sume that he is a genius A Year of Bood The year 1903 will long be remem bered in the home of F N Tacket of Alliance Ky as a year blood 1which flowed so copiously from Mrs Tackets lungs that death seemed very near He writes Sever bleeding from the lungs and a faith ful cough had brought me at death 8 door when I began taking Dr Kings Consumptione ter taking four bottles I was com pletely restored and as time has proven permanently cured Guar anteed for Sore Lungs Coughs am BroshTrial bottle free Livermore Goose Co Urnmore Xrw 11 On account of the recent stock law there are no scavengers in town in the shape Qf cows and hogs and some of our enterprising citizens have organized and incorporated a company and much stock has been subscribed They propose to buy 5000 geese and turn them loose i n town to eat up the garbage and clip the grass and weeds growing rapidly on our streets and alleys Thi move is commendable and is con ductive to the health and happiness of our city 1 CASTOR 1 A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of RENT PAYS FOR LAND Fertile Sections of the Southwest Where Land Sells for 15 and Rent for 5 Per Acre One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and North Louisiana is the fact that cleared laud rents for 5 per aero cash and 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 accouni It produces a bale of cotton per for its high rental value Others crops such as corn small grains grasses vegetables and fruits- I thrive as well I Alfalfa yields 4 to C cuttings a ton to a cutting and brings 10 to 16 per ton- I In other sections of these states rollingIstock raising and fruit growing Land is very cheap 5 to 10 acre improved farms 10 15 to 25 per acre The new White River country offers many opportunities for set tlers High rolling fine wateruit- lis naturally adapted to stock and raising Can be bought as low as 3 per acre See this great country for your self and pick out a location Des criptive literature with maps free upon request The Missouri PacificIron Moun tau System Lines sell reduced rates round trip tickets enn first third Tuesdays oXeach month to points in the West and Southwest good re turnirU 21 days with stopovers For descriptive literature maps time tables etc write to R T GV MATTHEWS T P A Louisville Ky Atifj The Kind You Havo Always Bought and vliich has been in use for ocr 30 years has borne tlio signature of 0 and has been made under Ills personal supervision since Its Infancy thisdExperiments that trifle with anti endanger tho health oC Infants and ChildrenExperIence against Experiment 9 What is CASTORCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare 3 gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Ife contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS SJ Bears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought dIn Use For Over 3O Years THC eCNTHUfl COMMNY TT IIUII RAT CTKCCT wow TO Cm jJ OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald12I THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 15p THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 1ilTHE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 32 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensborolnquirer 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 3 70I THE REPUBLICAN and TwioenWeek Oboro Messenger Ii5 15IAddress all orders to THE REPUBLICAN HU A GREAT OFFER J On account of moving into new and larger quarters the Owensboro Business University Will make the following great reduction in rates on just fifty scholarships Our regular rates for a single scholarship in either department is 45 Combined course of Bookkeeping ann Shorthand 5000 In this effort to reach a great spring enrollment we will make the great sacrifice of 15 on the single course or 25 on the combined course This makes the course in Bookkeeping or Shorthand 3000 The combined course 55 This is certainly the greatest offer ever made by any school at any time Further any one securing the sale of only five of these cash departmentThesebut will call your attention to the fact that only fifty will be sold at this price This means immediate action on your part + willbeA M FISHER Pres I Owcnsboro Business University Owensboro Kentucky ON YOUR HUNTING TRIP- Usto to property ertlrmtdarn the STEV liNS set you CANNOT co VKONC we unlit RIFLES Ir0jn225t015000 rffiTOLSr Horn SBOto 8000 OUOiaUKS from 7 SO a Sb00- AekyowdenleraItinept cnt f eta Illur on out man u uutl taUlof If Iot- ayuutumddnlneebipred la bHooTiNfiyou direct tarritf ttf to htttlt Haled elxllpoa recelf ff farartanutuMmgto olalogpkegctrpatagev Out smelly threplnf Aluminum Hangtf will tx tent anywhere rr 10 nlli ttamj 1 STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO r o one ewe Chieopee FallSi Man U S d u S11Terilui TijE HAit1Ft1RD RFP1TBI4i JAN KOO lat1a tjr ijxi ail c u ue 1 y BIG FOUR fNew York Central Lineal The Best Line to + Indianapolis J PeoriaII Chicago i Toledo I 1 Detroit ICJnd f fJ JBuffalo at Mew York Boston 1- i1 And all other points EastiInformation i Citytt 259 Fourth avenue or writoto SJ GATESuti Geril Agent Passenger Deptjr Louisville Ky r HJRHEINniv y tGeneral Passenger Agent Cincinnati 0 at la awe o ew o orao s1c p I tGiJy pesa Cw fr Digests vljst you oat J Rnelx +4lfMrr M YCfi att +rr 1r 1 l o i rt i iHartford Republican f lM dbtbe Hnrttnrl rnblUhlngCoinptbTIN- COUrOBAVtD ElillorJI CusnclncS34J Rough t11Mw22 FRIDAY MAY 25 the label on your paper If notify us IExamine is the peacemaker for it in the neck ILLINOIS has a new primary law G which has already cost 55000 i i WE are all justly proud of Hart ford College and our students c r THE President is now paying the penalty for flirting with the enemy Tills is the week the Committee meets to take another look at the Smoot caseI- NTEREST is growing in the Hart ford Street Fair and home coming celebration HARTFORD COLLEGE is showing all of its old time vigor in the Com mencement exercises this week EVIDENTLY the Standard Oil Company had excellent reasons for not wanting an investigation m LcRUSSIA has forbidden the publication of a history of the Japanese war by Kuropatkin Russia wants only a chance to forget it IF the Democrats will only put a stiff FreeTrade plank in their plat form Republicans need not fear theI issue We will win hands down PEOPLE who wonder why the of glass went up soon after the SanI Francisco earthquake would have trouble seeing through anything WHAT a calamity it would be if after the rate bill has been passed and signed some Senator should think of something he left unsaid IN that antifree pass amendment to the rate bill each Senator was trying to lift up a corner of the tent so his friends could get un deriDOUBTLESS there are cases where innocent automobilists are punished along with the guilty but usually the guilty ones furnish enough guil for both I MR BRYAN does not care to agai run for the Presidency unless theI circumstances seem to demand At the proper time he will make a circumltances have been grieved could he have looked ahead and seen how some of his children were to be suspected of telling lies right under the shadow of his lofty monument BY a vote of 71 to 3 the Senate has passed the rate bill Now let Tillman and Baily repair to some cool spot and spend the summer a By fall they may realize what fools they have made of themselves So FAR our suggestion of Urey Woodson as the antimachine candi date for Governor has met with a cold reception Woodson is doing his part however One day this week he made one of his character istic attacks upon Caleb Powers OUR epitome of the new State revenue law published last weekI has been commented upon a great deal and has brought us a number of questions which indicate a keen interest and desire upon the part o our people to know just what i about to happen to them TilE Ohio County Republican Com mittee has been called to meet JuneI i 4 to select a succesSor to Mr Bar rasa as Chairman We trust some good strong man may be chosen by the committee who will satisfy all elements of the party and rule with the same fairness which character ized the administration f Mr Barrass LOUISVILLE is to have the lid I on beginning Sunday by order ofI 11 Governor Beckham and Mayor Barth If it is really intended to close down the visitors to home lt coming should be given due notice I Y i as some of the people who had ex pected to entertain them in Louis ville will doubtless be gone to other and more agreeable climes i JUDGE W B TAYLOR will appoin a committee to go to Frankfort nex week and appear before the Stat Board of Equalization and showwh farmlands in Ohio county shout not be raised 20 per cent upon the present assessed value It is to bi hoped the committee can succeed If it is allowed to stand it will furnish an excuse for another raise nex t year and there will be no end to it IT LOOKS LIKE BRYAN- So say many Democratic leader and papers who opposed the free sil ver candidate in 1896 and 1900 Well suppose the money question i s ignored what better candidate could the FreeTrade Democratic party have Did not Mr Bryan help tiI frame and pass the Wilson law l Can he not be quoted ad infitum in favor of all kinds of FreeTrade By all means nominate Mr Bryan and give us an open square Tariff fight Let it be Wilson Gormanis m against Dingleyism It would no t matter who the Protectionist candidate would be The personality oi both men would be lost in the para mount issue Things seem to be shaping them selves that way and perhaps it is best Then let Mr Cummins and Mr Guild and Mr Foss go where they belong to the FreeTrade camp They must not be allowed to divide and conquer the party to which they formerly belonged All honest loyal Protectionists can stand together on the experience and conditions of the past nine years The arguments have been made up by actualities The farmer the manufacturer the merchant the laborer know without argument which he likes best Wilson Gormanism or Dingleyism It wont require a large campaign fund to run th Republican side of the fight Treasury report the mercantile r ports and Uncle Sams balance will be the most effective campaig- literature and this supplemented with each individuals own balance sheet will tell the whole story By al means give us Mr Bryan and a Free Trade platform Cant be Bluffed Uncle Sam may be a newcomer in the game of world politics when it comes to knowing the value of his hand there is little to be taught while as for keeping up his nerve face Hte wants no Tariff war with Germany toilnI a long way to prevent if but he I Igo not going to be bluffed out of game nor is he going to destroy American industry to keep hisneigh bors good will Official Notice All parties having just claims against the estate of Sam Kidney deceased are hereby notified to pres entsame properly preven to the un dersigned administrator of said de ceased at my office in Hartford Ky on or beforethe 2nd day of JulylOOG and all claims not presented by that time will be forever barred Notice is further given that no claims will be paid until all arepresentedC Admr of Sam Kidney deceased Wade Ross I resIidenceButler county Lewis B Wade of Logansport and Miss Sesney Bee Ross of the Centertown vacinity were united in marriage Rev El mer Bruce performing the ceremony The Young couple have the good wishes of their many friends Teachers Chosen hoarsf noon all the present teachers were elected to their positions and als t Prof Everet Ellis for the 5th and 6th grades 200 INDIANAPOLISAND 200 I i tie Four R rte Sunday May 24th Special train leaves 7th St Union depot Louisville at 8 oclock a m Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union Depot at mI I at City Ticket office 2594th Avenue and at depot S J GATES Gen Act I yyYk FRIGHTFUL RUNAWAY Results in a Broken Arm Pain tul Injuries and Demolish BuggytWhile driving to Sunday School a Green River church with his cousin Miss Eva Forsythe last Sunday Or vil Wilsons horse became frighten Jed while going down a hill The tliIe I who was in the buggy with him to jump out which she did breaking her left arm on striking the grounds The frightened horse kept on run ning and the young man seeing m other means of escape jumped from the buggy but in doing so his fQet became entangled in the lines and he was dragged about 300 yards when the horse was stopped by Mr J J Stewart who had to risk his life to save that of young Wilson Mr Stewart and wife who hap pened to be driving along the same road saw the horse and buggy and the boy being dragged and Stewart drove his horse to the Sid of the road and left it in charge of his wife and placed himself in the middle of the road and as the hors came surging along he grabbed an fortunately caught the horse with his hands in its nostrils and after considerable effort succeeded in checking the horse and liberating the young man from his perilous I condition i Drs Willis and Allen Cromwell were called and set the fractured arm of the young lady who had teen taken to the residence of Mr B F Fleener Mr Wilson sustain ed some very painful bruises but nothing seriousIDoings in Circuit The following namedCourtIwere empaneled as B York Isham Lee J B Howard i CeWestcer field Wm Delaney JnHawkins Clerk J D SheriffI1The following named gentlemen were empanneled as petit Jurors Ambler Check Jake Rhoads J W Davenport Henry Loyd Everet Her rel E F Austin L 11 Statler Seth Riley W P Goff Logan Smith I FUlkersoniWarren 1S L Whittaker R T Ross J WI EskjIjThe following cases on first days docket were continued Common wealth vs W E Russel Alex Nich- Olson Virgil Mills two cases Anni May Allen Lane James Espy eight cases George Kissinger D Stewart i Hardin Renfrow Jeff Layman Rosco Williams F Flener two cases Lon Wilkinson Fred Vick and Forest Weathers I On motion and statement of Com monwealths Attorney the following Commonwealth cases were filed away with leave to reinstate Common I wealth vs Willie Walker Orbrey wmlReddish Osbone I Commonwealth vs Walker Dick charged with carrying concealed a deadly weaponverdict of jury not guilty I Comth vs Garfield Maiden defendant acquitted Comth vs Roy Caowe fine of 25 Comth VBI Loren Crowe fine 25 Comth vs Jack Allen fine 50 Comth vs1 J A Young fine 50 Comth vs Harvy Landrum 2 cases 50 i each case Comth vs Geo Dotson fined 50 Comth vs Len Hall fin 150- II Commonwealth vs Penuel Everly charged with cutting in sudden heat and passsionverdict of the jury not guilty Commonwealth V i Jack Hale statement filled and stricken off Commonwealth vs Esk Himes confessed fine 20 Commonwealth vs Thomas and Reu Decker by agreement fined one cent and cost Cpmmonwealth vf h C dayis docket were continued Common wealth vs A V Leach three cases R W Ragland Ab Morrison Eb Allen Lee Duke F D McNally and Len Hall JURY TRIALS Third day Wednesday Marshal Duggin vs Wm Young W S Allen vs GuyChinn Fourth day Thursday L L HouseS P K Newton P K New ton vs Jack Chancellor H 0 Leach vs Taylor Coal Company Mattie Himes vs Lonnie Wimpsatt Fifth day FridayViola Grobar ger vs R Flem Stevens Wm- t Broughten vs the I C R It Sixth day Saturday1 M Ben nett vs the Heflin Lumber S Manu facturing Company McHenry Mfg and Machine Co vs Fordsville Block Coal Co W E Porter vs John A Reitz Sons Seventh day MondayA H Ross c vs P R Robison Common wealth of Kentucky vs Champion Bridge Co Mike Crahan vs Ohio CountyEighth day TuesdayF A Ament vs Frank Casebier Boswell Coop errs H D Burch T R Kincheloe vs J Z Smith J H Loyd A B Tichenor and Charley Taylor qualified us jury commissioners Marshal Duggins vsW M Young jury found for plaintiff under instruction of the court PeachagreedeComth vs Eck Ruckeragreed judgment of 25 Taylorfinedavs Leslie Hinesagreed judgment of 20 in each of two cases Congressional Convention Called- I to Meet at Hodgenville Pursuant to call a meeting of the Fourth Congressional Republican District Committee of Kentucky was this day held in Room 33 Hardesty Hotel Lebanon At said meeting it was ordered and directed by said committee that all the Republican County Committees in this the Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky call mass conventions to meet in all the precincts of their respective counties on Saturday June 30 1906 at one oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend county conventions directed to be called by said county com mittees to meet Monday July 2 1906 at one oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend a Congressional District Convention hereby called to meet in Hogenville 1906ito nominate a candidate for Con gress in this the Fourth Congressional 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 l00 or fractions over fifty 1501 votes castI for President Roosevelt in 1901 Rreckenridge 24 Bullitt 6 Grayson 18eLaRue 9 Marion 12 Meade SNoIson 130hio 31Taylor Washington M Lebanon Kyoo May 1 1903- M L HEAVRIN IChmn 4th Con Rep ComKy Secy Protem v1iJ3TCJRTILBert theha Kind You Hate Always Bought Slgaitni ya-j or ill Bitted by a Snake 1While going home from church at Wednesday night a ton of Dick McConnell was attacked by aIsnake and bitten twice once in justtthe house of Asa Wakeland where he procured some carbolic acid and applied to the bites and at last re port yesterday no serious results had developed theeChildren To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour age strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health In every way Tbehlldreecmeotppnlblibenfoodbealtbnotes b UIlblIreoate4I0 AmC Inrnscsb1N af r I tullt Woos iersCHEW AGUE cute KCTMUL W fc T ae iMrcttl We frklUk tbo formuUl of all our mcdlolnM E P BARNES BRO The budding springtime with its balmy air brings brighter spirits and suggests driving us a pleasant pastime A nice now BUGGY adds very much to the enjoyment of this popular pursuit WE CARRY THE POPULAR I IIStaver BuggiesW- hich stand in a class by themselves as to easy riding easy operation beauty and durability and the price is as low us all dealers get for ordinary work lOU want a Huggy investigate this Buggy for yourself If you can 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 difl runt styles Notice the finish the appearance of the job and the flexibility of the springs These Buggies ride as easy with a child in themas they do with a two llundred putmd man Kvcrvv statement we make concerning these Buggies we can demonstrate to your entire satisfaction Only give us an opportunity Beaver Dam J J J LS t 4ti rllifudFi tTrain 5 Will bring many peo to inspect the ele 4plc line of Jewelry 4 Goods and Re pair Department of the = now Jewelry Store which hits opened upi in the new 0 8trltJHouse on Main You are also invited to 4 come along whether you are in tho I mnrkrt for any tthingor not Make my store your hea uarterswhen t in Hartford I also want to announce that I have Permanently Located i Here and having served half of my life ut the Jewelry and Optician profession am prepared 10 do the work t in the most scientific manner All kinds of Watch Clock and Jewelry repairing done on short notice and guaranteed to give entire satisfaction I provide Glasses to meet every Defect of vision My charges are all moderate No charge for consultation or exam ination I earnestly solicit your friendship and pat w 4 ronage Give me a trial I beg to remain as ever Yours respectfully J B TAPPANThe Leading Jeweler and Optician HARTFORD ICY ett t tt t t it U t t H t t t t t ttrtttttf H1t11 tttt t t tr4tt f Subscribe for The Republican x SDFifl2 Humorss Impure or effete matters accumulated in the blood during the winter cause in the spring such disfiguring and painful troubles as boils pimples and other eruptions also weakness loss of appetite that tired feeling The best medicine to take is Hoods Sarsaparilla which thoroughly cleanses the bloodand effects permanent cures by giving healthy functional activity to the stomach liver kidneys bowels and skin flnCALTo mtthe wishes of thoee who I pnfer ttejfclns In tablet form we am now put ting up Hoods Hanaparllla horolaucoalej Miss Minnie Lynch 55 High 6t Worcester kldudobay f prop rues of ataolddoss on dolls I hood to Lowell flaw no nH I FAIRS SUGGESTIONS FOR THE 7 Corning Hot Weather Visit us and you will find our stock of summer wear the most uptodate in Hartford such as India Linens Persian Lawns Swisses Pure Linens from 4 5 36 to 90 inches wide Fancy Lawns Silk Mulls in fact all summer fabrics that go to make up style jamicomfort Fairs HosieryNo lady will be stylishly dressed unless she wears a pair of our Hose11re are showing a complo line of fancy Lisle thread and Silk at prices from 2oc to 75c a pair Also a line of Plain Black lace style plain and Lace stripe White Hose Fancy Embroid ered Hose Etc Fit your foot in our Hose and you will have the latest Fairs SlipperCertainly wo have a lino that you will appreciate Our largo trade on thorn already testifies to this filet Remember they come in Black Vici Tans I I Patent Kid und Whit in both turn and extension soles Wo are sure to fit your foot in comfort and style if you will visit us All the above also in chil idrens and misses wear Fairs FansNo house in Hartford is showing so pretty a line Predicting the hot weather wo suppliedourselves 4 5 bountifully with tho very newest in the market Wo can please you in style and price any style any price from 5e to S15U Would bo glad to show you our line whether you buyor not 4 4 Fairs UmbrellasTho Colored Silk Umbrellas will be in the ascen dancy this summer Wo are showing them in white 4 5 red brown blue green and plum Como let us show them to you You will be surprised at tho qualities wo are showing at such a low price IATThe Bargain seater 4 i I Hartford Republican I I FRIDAY MAY 25 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table I Nilh IInUenNo m dulldl a m I N01W des ifO a m p2 No mdoIfcM a No W d81 Z 48 plII MlM Mj 8pm NolM dgeOtep s Visit City Retaurant j McCal patterns at Fairs lOc and 15cNonehigher Esq W P Miller made us a pleasant call Monday Mr dell Smith Taffy was a pleasant caller Monday Mr William tfardin Cpffman called to see us while town Tuesday 1Ir T C Bean Sulphur Springs was a very pleasant caller Monday i Vi Oh my that Ice Cream at Cit Restaurant aint it good You are sure to get your moneys worth at City Restaurant Those Sweet and Sour Pickles at City Restaurant are so Rood Mr A B Leach RobRoy was a very pleasant caller Monday For a handsome black skirts you should see Fairs new Mohairs IMr E W Smith Ceralvo call edas to see us while in town Monday Call at Z Wayne Griffins Drug- Store for all kinds of cool drinks Mr V C McIntire Ceralvo call ed to see us while in town Monday New Linens new Embroideri- Big values atLong pos Eton StoreWhitewash Silk6 inches wide only 50 cents Mrjrard at Long i Cos Economy Store e Mr J A Lanham Fordsville call ed to see us while in town Monday Mr and ohnBlairBuford called to see us while in town Monday Mr J J Tilford Fordsville was a pleasant caller while in town Monday 1 Mr Nat Lindley Point nt was a pleasant caller while in tow Monday Big reduction in Clothing Satur day at Long Cos Economy Story We have a small quantity of Pound Printsthe 1 goods at 50c at Car son Cos We want your Wool Will pa highest market price in cash at Carson Cos The most uptodate Soda Foun tain in town is at Z Wayne Griffin Drug Store Just received a big shipment o Spring Shirts50c 1 and 150 a Carson CosIMore new Belts new Collars new fans and new Silks at Long Cos Economy Store Pure Linen Suiting90 inches wide for only 1 per yardat Long Cos Economy Store Misses Annie and Kittie Collins returned last Friday after several months visit in Texas Mr M F Sharp County organizer A S of E of Narrows was a veryI pleasant caller Tuesday Dr and Mrs A D Park have moved back to Rockport after a few months residence here Three hundred bolts of Pound Prints regular price 1 for 10 days only 50c at Carson Cos If you are in need of Sideboards Folding Beds Carpets or any kin of Furniture see Carson Co Buy the W B Corsetnone othe 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 Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Lau m dry 46tf If you are in the market for Wag ons Buggies Plows or any kind of Farming Implements call on Carson Co LWhy is it that Fairs do the millin ery business Their styles prices and workmanship make business for them Sirs Wilbur Calhoun and little daughter Heflin were the guests of their aunt Mrs S E Dukcthc firs of the week Full particulars of our free trip to the Mammoth Cave for seven Ohio county school boys on the eighth page Misses Alberta and Mary King daughters of Mr Z 0 King Cen tral City visited relatives in Hart fordSunday Mr John Barnes and son Edgar Rochester were the guests of Mr Lee Long and family the latter part of last week Every 100 paid on subscription to THE REPUBLICAN entitles you to ten votes for any boy you like for us to take to the Mt wouJdI Cave There are many reasons why the hats at Long Cosarethe pretti millineY1s rh the new things The white Hatswhite Dress Goods white Parasols white Gloves white Slippers and Hose are the prettiest and cheapest at Long Cos Econ4 omy Economy Store Sam P Bennett a farmer livin near Narrows lost his fine stock barn and its contents by fire yeoterda- 4norning Lossabout1OOO Facts to insurance and origin of the fir not reported I We will sell all Dress Ginghams at lOc during Friday Saturday havelChecksColors at Carson Cos I dioedwas a of aeemontbsxHer remains were Interred at Mt cemetery Wednesday Funeral services were conducted byRewGJcari Miss Mattie Wood Ceralvo is the guest of Miss Minnie McIntire A nice treat for every one that takes a meal at City Restaurant during court Fairs receive every week new Millinery Come to them for the late styles A visit to Fairs 5c and lOc Basel willconvince you that we are the bargain givcrs Beautiful line of Ladies and Miss es White Slippers with Hosiery to matchat Fairs IThose sporty HatsShirtsTiesLow Cuts and Suits came from Long Cos Economy Store- Y An Ice Cold Drink of Soda Cream at Z Wayne Griffins will make life worth living this hot weather yardwithscome The price is only 50c per yard botcave Full particulars on eight page Coca Cola Lime Juice Orange Ice and any other cold drink you may like made to order at Z Wayne Griffins Mrs Potts of Louisville a sister of Mrs J A Thomas of Hartford died quite suddenly Wednesday night Mrs R M Thornberry and little daughter Marv Lucile Owensboro are the guests of relatives in and near Hartford Mrs A P Taylor and children Owens ero are the guests of Mrs Taylors sister Mrs R D Walker and other relatives Two thousand yards of Heavy yadrd w days at Carson Cos rMr Harry Bennett son of Mr J C Bennett has gone to Nashville to take a course in the Cumberland Telephone Cos electrical shops Besides getting the leading count newspaper you can cast ten votes for your bov or neighbors boy to go to the Mammoth Cave all for 100 At Fairs you will find your Mat tings Floor Oil Cloths Window Shades CarpetsLace Curtains Etc just a shade cheaper than other houses price you For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address JPMILLER Hartford Ky 38tf Mr James H Thomas sold his farm of 58 acres in and adjacent to Hartford last Monday for 6075 Mr Thomas L Taylor of Hopkins- t ville being the purchaser Messrs E M Woodward E G Barrass and James 11 DeWeese in company with Misses Ncra Over huultz Stella Woerner and Lillian Monroe spent Sunday at Aidria Mr W B Chinn of near McHen ry sustained painful injurors Wed nealay afternoon by being drug a hundred yards across the field in which he was plowing by a young mule that was being broken to WOI k Mr C H Dishman a railroad con struction contractor from Pensacola Florida was here Tuesday and Wed nesday He is now gowing over the preIf A Tent meeting will be held at Shultz Grove near Prentis begin ning Monday night after the fourth Sunday in July Services will conducted by Elder T D Moore o Hopkinsville Ky one of the mayt noted preachers in the State IMr E W Tichenor wife and children little Mary and Maude Miss Maude Richmond and Mrs Lucy Saturdagto the guests childreyn gone to I relativese The first teachers examination for Ohio county was held here last Friday and Saturday by Supt De Leachlt 47 applicants up the youn2est crowd ot applicants that ever examined in Ohio county The grading of papers has been com 1 pleted with the following results Nine first class sixteen second class fifteen third class certificates ana seven failures fi i SPECIAL 1 CLOTHING VALUES UP tR FOR4 t 1 Four More Days t1 14 While our stock is complete and we have a large fcS Jj assortment of liens Clothing in the uptodate JjJ = Spring styles Double sail Single Breasted Grays t Blues Blacks and Mixtures we have decided to = give special values for two weeks only It gives = 4Il you a big assortment to select from We do not bt Jj wish to wait till late in the season when the btock JJ 4Il is low and the season is over as most bf the bh4 tmi 4i 49 A good assortment of Mens fine all wool Cash jj I4Ili 1200 i = Mens 1250 high grade Suits in Blue Gray 49 Black and fancy pattern double and single breasted 9 = guaranteed to hold their shape and color A great 42 bargain at p I 975 1 Hero is the greatest chance of the season a lari f assortment of Mens Double and Single Breastcfj = = Suits of fine make regular prices 10 and 11 and 4i cheap at that Two weeks only for fj I 750efi Cl 1 lot of Single and Double Breasted Suits of goods i- W make and quality you cannot buy a Suit as good any i itotIih 5ft 500 i 66 s fi eifi4 Hartford Ky4 1 1 DXiK I iSiSJ3i TH EISummer Term o Of The o I Hartford Business Institute OPENS MAY 28 if i We are prepared to give you thorough training in Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping in all its forms practical everydnV Laws of BusinessBusiness Methods and Customs Rapid Calculation Commercial Arithmetic Business Correspondence Penman lypewriting properly classified Vrite uis for terms at one and enter schoolnow fromft per month Never put H1 till tomorrow what should be done today Please give this matter your earnest attention at ome M NETTIE ROGERS Principal TELEPHONE GROWTHThe Cumberland Telephone t Telegraph Company lam issued statement of its business for the month of April and the increaser in the number of its subscribers ie shown as IWi lows Number subscribers April n 14993i Number put in during month j 5448 v Number terioutrVrv t n Nl f I Net increase Ji i vl7lf 2tt110 Total number subscribers Mkv Y fltf6f 152 f i-J r 1 l1 i 11 xSi r j JdttlMtMW1i ll4 j 1Ail aKmS et a nearm+ r+ eitswrgy t x 7 s r r r l = rrwcxsa ert I STRIPED MULE IN PROSPEC- Department of Agriculture Plans Ex periments with Zebra with This End In View The United States department of agriculture has obtained a ze bra There have been trying days for the department lately what with the Keep commission lures tigating its bureaus and skeptics f criticising crop estimates so that the acquisition of an animal as un familiar as the zebra is something Kf a consolation especially when l coming after a long quest The ex 1 pectation of the department of 1agriculture is that the zebraiza Won of American draft animals will add greatly to the economic resources of the nation Zebras are known to be swift of foot and strong of sinew Their wild blood will impart to that of the horse And its congeners just the desks ble qualities that will euable the draft animal to be a trotter at Us owners will zebra has done well in liar Iness There was once one of the London Rothschilds who aston ished the natives by driving a zebra in a light buggy Once your zebra is broken he is a tractable beast save when memories of his home rise in him to trouble his hirer and they are said to rise quite frequently The zebras per 1 culiarities and the difficulty ale yourfhis employment economically a but the department of agriculture is sanguine that proper conditions being secured its exi eriment will be successful If these hopes are justified by the event small we witness strangely transmogrified animals in our streets Will our a eyes be gladdened for instance I by striped mules The striped pig lives in song and story but the striped mule pray cone oreveu the checked or arabesque mule to add to the gayety of transportation- A striped mule will be a noble iight far more eye arresting than the calico horse Everything of course depends upon acclimation The zebrsv may not have the new ous versatility required to catch vlour climate as it flies and keep up with its changes Much lies been expected of other strange animals we have imported only to suffer disappointment Fifty years agoR when Jefferson Davis was secre tary of war and people believed in the existence of t he Great Ameri can Desert our government Jot the notion into its head that cam els would solve then problem of suppliesL ed and were employed in Texas but they did oat take kindly to the change and never became Influential factors of progress They did not increase and probably long ago mingled their bones with the Texas soil Once in a while a southwestern paper lolls us that some one has swan a camel be lieved to he the last of that bright band but there is a luckof speci fication in these nartaiives the t prevents confidence One of theyarns that had its origin in the presence of the herd of government camels is that some of the animals went northward and crossed with the elk A Urange annual the camclko was said to n seen by soldiers returning from the Ill I IlH and this report received so much eel deuce in the east that a New York t paper sent out a commissioner to find the haunts of the creature Ho was passed from post In post only to learn that thecamelko disappeared the night before he ar V rived ZOO BOA HARD TO BOAR i Constrictor Forced to Eat If It Jakes an Army to Subdue ItRoomIMust Be Warm It Is no joki running II board t lug house fur big dailies said a hiinlaulife at work in I I1IpHII liiiiiscs t of various ones airorilintr to till Virago thrnniole YIIII Ivouldu I lliiiiU a boa const rift or was a tinickv IHill illillll criltcr but hI is ami sour of tin biggest cost sMiiflliin like 11100 to impart Ashv I icy luive to be cuddled like i n millioiKiireV baby Aflir Ilic biy saline gads resteil itm his InugtOugelrnrlenlin hull a meal all tin way we try I- dtempt I his ajipititc first with a liluekedSiuIetl Jt hits to lwl hoursTHe examines it carefully with his tongue and turn if it is up to the stark swallows it whole Inn leisurely fashion His jaws are wonderfully elastic lyre known a stricter to gcturound an animal four times his own diameter Yell if his Inakc hip wont tackle the chicken the trouble gins for he must eat surd heroic measures must be taken There is no poison in a strictors fangs but they can tear with their teeth and strong jaws There arc four rows of teeth in the upper and two in the lower jaw sharppointed sold edged like t razor Sow to make the big fellow eat you mart enter the cage Be cautious and calm for if you show any excite ment hell nip apiece out of you Walk into the cage softly and when you get u chance slip a blan ket over the snakes lead When youve done this successfully push his head outside the cage where it is caught by an assistant and hauled out Sometimes 15 men are requfed to draw out the sar pint and hold him in a straight line The snake is then taken into n warm room every man holding on like grins death and his jaws are forced open and half a dozen guinea pigs administered by force Though it takes 15 men under the circumstances to feed the stricter sometimes when he is strong he can toss them about like straws but generally he gives up after awhile and is glad to get bad to a tank of warm water where he in allowed a couple of weeks in which to digest his enforced meal Snakes in captivity that is the biggest you dont have to feed forcibly more than two or three times before they will eat of their own accord How they do eat when they feel like it l Most of these big snakes die of pneumonia or diphtheria for its hard to keep up in captivity the temperature in which they are accustomed to live If the air is kept below 70 why off they go CHIPS OFF THE OLD BLOCK Emperor Teaches Son How to Be Ring After Former Is Taught Be- comIng Ways of a Prince Our morning several years ago as the artillery was coming in front the daily Dienst the crown prince with his legs apart surd hii hands in his pockets was stand pug at the entrance to the hal racks watching the long train of guns and horses tile by relates Grace H II Titus in St Nicholas Ills tutor reproved the child for his attitude with the remark The crown prince never sland in that position Oh bother the crown prince hale the re joinder That this small Ilohenxollern was a chip of the old block how ever is evidenced by the stun that in his play with his brother the handsome Kite Fritz the hatter in some way displeased the elder who attempted to 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Corner Second and Jefferson Streets AnOllINSmbi ma eEJ r t i T BLACKr BIRKHEAD t PROPRMETORSiS 1 0 i 1 Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer f y r iu iqAND FREIGHT LINK b tt t4Meets all trains Also p x a General Liverymen t ter = Best of attention given to stock New stable Multi y Ij street Hartford Ky X t fij d M M MD CrM tY M tYfY iivOMMMCMtl d+ Mf- A 1 I I A V r Qt EVOLVE THE SPELLING BEE Modern Players Form New Auler and San the Game Double Demon An Incident Progressive spelling boe hns mihl its reappearance among tIle arcBide pustiincH of the winter reason relattH the London Mail But it is thi Hpelling bee in n ne and snore complicated form whie oilers greater opportunities foi the exercise of ingenuity nfid re tourci than were provided by the old form of the game As it used to be played each player in turn contrived a letter and the first one to spell a con lte word lost the game Thu if live players were competing an flue first gave the initial letters the second t the thirdsma ng sti and the fourth added f the fifth player would have to search his vocabulary for some other word than stiff The only wayofcontinuingstifithout ompleting the word and losing the game would be bv adding tilt letter 1 and switching the game Dn to the word stifle and its de rivatives This was the old progressive spelling bee whose vogue has de dined The new garlic which is Mlellillg3f it The novel point is that cue player when it comes to his to has the option of either affixing jf prefixing a letter This opens out all sorts of new opportunl ties Than In the case already quoted where the fifth player had to continue the letters stif he would he able to get out of tliedif acuity by prefixing the letter thus turning the growing word the direction of mastiff lugitye- au v more and discover all sorts of un expected ways out of difllcultics Thus the other day a well known lady had to continue the otters scal She might have lidded another 1 anti continued the word in the direction of scal p but the next player hopes- ng to be n wobbling conRern politician she had the happy idea of prefixing the letter i to scal and the gentleman to every ones amusement was so appalled by the imminence of the dreaded word fiscul that he overlooked the means of escape which lay in prefixing the letter m and diverting the game BAin considered the most expert rr of the double demon AMERICAN BACON IN NORTH It L Regarded as Inferior to T Produced in Canada Prices Higher Grade Better Consul Harvey of Fort Eriet on the Canadian shore opposite Buffalo sheds some new light on the mush discussed subject ofeAmerican bacon in Canada ghlugt the statement of some live stock- men that Canadians often buy an inferior grade of hogs that are rejected by American packers which may account for part of the general complaint against the ani mala from the states Canadian packers however ore particular about the animals they kill for ex port as Canada cured bacon sells the consul states higher in Great llrituin than any other except the Dnnisli American packers should t also note the statement thatCnnn dlun bacon is cured more than that of the United States which takes but a few hours while the Canadian process lobes days bacon sells lower than home product at Fort Erleaf poundduty exportedthe to of a retails three seats higher p rlhe AmongflllmJambs calves hides live poultry and doveltmothand bluegrass considerable quantity for ra ciug purposes 800 to 900 American horses are sent here annually ynlUcllllit1in Fort Erie last year to Buffalo and NewYork city These IntI were coach draught drlin anti limiting horses The largest article of expo rt from that district is natalula-n hicl l Is produced in large quanti i ties llo9tof ifik pipedJo Buffalo r it t r A e t t tM nmonnt nciac oprniateci alii 10000000 cubic feet per Jay iA CEMETERY FOR CANINES Burying Ground In London Where All Epitaphs on Graves Are True camples Are Quoted There is a cemetery in London where all the epitaphs that are are1lWorld Magazine Of course it is not a cemetery for bumdn be logs for when these die no matter how base the lives they have lived the inscriptions on their tombs usually have a tone of euphemistic eulogy This is 11 l ud1eoplker these epitaphs often shed tears for they know that they are true Marble never marks the rcstJng place of a dog that was not worthy of all that is written about him Here are some of the inscriptions one may rel- ldUIlIe pined for his mis tress and died a faithful friend She brought the sunshine into our lives but took it away with her To our gentle lovely little Dntfumented tied respected There ore men both good and wise who say that dumb ere tares we have cherished here b low shall give us kindly whey we have passed the Gate nighIlit t brown eyes more eloquent than speech And there are hundreds of other heartfelt expressions of tender sentiment Nothing there is conventional The reader knows they are genuine Too Tanglesome So you dont like dialect sto iesn1 veNot much The trouble wit dialect is that after you have mUll aged to spell it out you forget what the story was about Washington Star Japes Joke Jupiter Pluvius gets quite humorous at times At Hutchinson Iron recently a storm flooded every church in town save the BaptistIOCCUPIES HIGH POSITION Jules Claretle Has a Place In French Literature Which Is Secure Though HardEarned flatrJules Claretie occupies in modern French literature n place secure if hardearned says Metro politan Magazine The author ofets some 40 volumes of novels plays causeries and historical w rksIis most proud of his director of the Theater Francois and with reason since this insti tattoo is the Polar star of ate French writers ambition to have outs play produced in the House ofMollere is to achieve real fame and the substantial things which usually follow after Claretie is the high priest of this temple of art his power is enormous Sole inoter of France Jules Clarctie wrote his first novel Peirrille when he was 23 It attracted the favorable attention of George Sand which meant much for the struggling journalist Claretie is the born newspaper man and he tins never quite forsaken his first vocation He was a very able war corn tipondent and has n fine record as soldier He is nolonger young was born in Limoges i61- S4ICheap Bedding OSs taken from the bog lauds is coming into use iu molt JIIole ill army stables It cost only half as mucluis straw Far n painful burn there is not like DeWitts Which l3azelSRly iThero are a host of imitations imitations of DeWitts Which Hnz youIget the geuine Ask for DeWitts Good too for sunburn cuts bruise pitsThe name EG DeWitt Co is o n every boxiiSpld by Z Wayne Griflin Bro m f J iIt S a r STRONG I AgainIs 3toY llofTiltona jKodolCure Hundred 1 l r of othsrw oak women car being restored I to perfect health by this remedy YOU may toj win if you wW taM ItIndigestloacau ew nurly all the sick Hue that wornr4 hart It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs ta- I women suffer weaken and be diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and dlgestlva orgam to digest and assimilaU all of the some food that may be eaten It nourilh the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia risings belchingheartbura and all stomach disorders igests What You Eat auersnleafuaK I mtn4 tfc Mk UKM as w as M eesterrenaatvns trill r M Mat site ao 4IL Mold bjr Z WAYNE U IYYIN Routeg 28eftFor April 19O6 Minnesota North and Soiltii Dakota Manitoba Western Ontario Saskatchewan Ass in iboia area JltertaSfflS tiers tickets Dates of sale April 3 10 17 and 24 1906 Fromrpoinh tS 24 and 251906- Northern Michigan ffjffi n 1 HomeSeekers Excursion April 10 and 24 May 8 and 22 California Washington Oregon Idaho Montana Uta and Intermediate Territory Special one way second class colonist tickets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 San Francisco and Los A geies CalIAnd return Dates of sale April 24 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Telegraph CO I nenrnnrnted wllhrandIIncreased and my wifes voice IK nev- I er heard to grumble reboot the Tele phone Youra fur good artvire Bnl- ljenttemBrily competition E PATE Mgr m 1Qh1oCoun y JaJKe P oDKlnKoAttornejr Oicar illdklB Jailer Ed 0 Barrows Clert Front L Felix Muter Com ROtlE01A llraUher L P Crowder E H Megan Oranb Pollard 9CoqrtronTenMflntU day In March and August and continue three ireekiand third Monday In May and NoT nh r two weeki County ConrtW n Taylor Judge Wtf TlnIrjr Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hart told JGrCourtconrenrtflnt Monday In each mouth MondayNCourt otcialmi Conrenen ant Monday In Jan + nary Toxilay alter Mcond Monday In October ShrevewaSchool Soperlnlendent IJartford Oeromt Allen CoroaerJlooJuaiea CourtNdarrtH Bearer Dam March 24 Jane 21 September 24 December 24 W P Miller none BranchMarch se Jane 25 September 25 December 26 Septembar6 W R Edge Ford Tlll March 28 Jaoe 3 September December 28 II 8 Chamberlain liedaUarcb f Jane 23 September 28 Decembor 29 Herbert Render CenUrtown March 89 Jose September 2 December 30 September aiaxtford JPcllc Court Attoreeyveoeesecond Mondayln eachnionth RSSZiour SrvscU E Church SonthSerrlces third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p mand secure ereryWednesdaysrenlng lIghbeoreand fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer aOardaer aaehrnned pastor n1School Trustees lUrtfordC Y Crowe J8 DPeedletonfitCltyCaanrllJ n Williams Mayor OK Crowe Clerk R E Slmmerman Dr E D DeanDraert8oeitirt y FridayhtMOl1da1Hartford Tent No OD Knights of the Mace abees every Thnnday night Rough RlTerLodgvNoHOKnlghtsof FythU meets erery Tuesday night regnmonth Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Lines FROll LonisvilleDanville and Lexington TO- I l e Louisanthe WestT- 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 tim Lve Danville 530 a m Lve Louisville 900 a m Arr St Louis 612 p m 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 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin yMostKnoxville and all South points including Asheville C and the beautiful Land of the Sky Toxavvay country + Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustrated literatureW MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky H C KING G P T A 111 East MainLexingtonKy- J F LOGAN T P A East Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville KyeC H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo t Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN I l L r1trtford Republican I t FRIDAY MAY 25 i STREET FAIR J SteiSomeComlnF of Ohio Coun tians to be Held i June 2223 k following is a partial list of prc- offeredanoans by Hartfords busing s rnfor Street Fair to be held at Hrrtford June 22 and 23 1 W H Griffin Druggistthe slwt popular young lady daughter lffa member A S of E of Ohi o cnty between the age of 16 and 22yearslamp 1000 airy receiving 2nd highest vote I npywent to be selected 6 00 i J C Her Grocerymanbest Jracake 500- I lieu pound cake 5 0 Timing cakes to be property of I lmor t City Restaurantbest mare I wd Suckling colt 7 60 end best 251 4L Sam Bach Dry Goods and Girthing Merchantbest suckling a rule colt suit hat and shoes 15 00 5 RWKing Jeweler and Optician I Zdest gentleman or lady present 3iKur gold rim spectacles 6 60 tE Black Birkhead Livery ncm handsomest turnout 1 set of tfcuggy harness 15 OD TL U S Carson Groceryman lstsuckling colt foaled in 1906shot jU3 10 0- 0a A D White Hardware and firrceries worst turnout two or auzreto enter 3 00 SL Ohio County Bankbest boy v niflpT under 15 years f age 5 00 Oft First Mati9nal Bankbest la ifcaider regardless of age 15 00 3ca best both in gold 10 00 ill J H Williams Druggist rattiest half dozen doiliesJin dram wiaJj one toilet set 5 00 Jbndsomest half dozen doilies in em Imniered work one hand bag 4 00 Hbtttiest piece of drawn work cut jtflzEB sugars and creams 5 00 JHuilsomest piece of embroidered d mini berry set 5 00 02 Fair Co Dry Goods c Ifcndsomest turnout driven bY WDEDg lady three or more to enter jiffire silk dress 15 00 i TWaners in ring 6 not eligible in this zirce entries cannot be made in both t flings 33 Thomas Bros Grocerymen r merriest dozen of hen eggs one olnck 26 jlL Moore Crabtree Mei anas for closest guess to a scale Bionber in an envelop seventyfiv gin nds of granulated sugar nf Sanderfur Co Grocery nbest pair farm horses b- bc 00 W C Schlemmer Bakery ssh race three or more to enter fiat premium 3 00 Jfccond premium 20 87 Sam Riley Groceryman bes- Hctf dozen frying chickens 25- J8 R H Gillespie Blacksmith Hwsi bushel of wheat one taudsingletrees to match 3 5 39 C E Morrison Blacksmith 3 ot half bushel of June peaches me doubletree and singletrees t- rexteh o I 3 50 50 Saunders Co Grocerymei 2st trio of Plymouth Rock chick etS 20 tint two pounds of butter 10 ril Dr E W Fordbest dra 3erdirt road b- z 00 Bank of Haatford best juy age or sex 10 0- L Carson Co General Mer t xtdisefor the most popular r yirang man in Ohio county between itbt age of IS and 27 years one bug y 50 Ali ballots to be signed by voter with name and post office address i fleetest opens June lit 190G and con I nku13 until 4 oclock on June 23 li lfl the last day of the Fair Bal Biftscan be obtained at our store JM Z Wayne Griffin Bro t IWnacgists Best model stallionmarc lIlt gelding any hire one gold vritch 15 oo Tube exhibited under halter 55 Dr J B TappanJeweler and ftytican prettiest young lady be tauten 18 andO years of age one cnffirl gold ring Ii 00 Kfcadsomest young gentleman bt wren ape of IS and 20 years a tray tiring toilet set 3 00 2lii Keown Bros Meat Men Ilatpcst gentleman present 1 00 ILuryest lady present 1 00 ZS Zs Wayne Griffin and Bro- 7hvggistsprettiesthandkerchief in I r- fr L drawn work one set Rogers 184 knives and forks 6 6 28 R T Her Saddlerbest old time fiddler over age of 50years 29 J H Thomas Undertaker potato race 100 yards 3 or more to enter33 potatoes laid 3 feet apart each potato to be carried back to box separate to first 300 To second 2 00 30 Hoover Bros Confectiene foot race for boys between the age of 10 and 15 years50 yards 2 50 31 Hoover Bros Confectioners best white layer cake 40 pounds granulated sugar 225 32 R L Tweddell Bro black smithsbest two chickens any brec I doubletree andsingle 251r33 Long Co Economy Store Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc handsomest turnout on horseb k lady and gentleman together any age three or more to enter 8 00 hat to lady 5 00 pair shoes to gentleman 0The American Society of Equity will be given the afternoon of Friday first day for a grand parade address by some leader of nations reputation and such other program 0as they may arrangeRULES The following rules have beer adopted by the committee and will govern the conduct of the Fair i all particulars I No citizen of Hartford shall be allowed to compete for any premium either directly or indirectly II All entries must bemade with the Secretary before 10 am on the first day of the Fair III No person shall compete for a premium who does not reside i Ohio county nor shall any animal or article be exhibited not produced i Ohio county IV All articles after being exhib ed shall be returnedto the owner unless otherwise stipulated by term- ofexhibitV premiums shall remain i possession of personEgiving san until 4 oclock p m on last day of FairVI There shall be no entry fe charged for any ring VII The Executive board shallI select the judges to decide all rings in contest but no judge shall be a citizen of Hartford t VIII The Secretary shall keep a record of all the entries and the aci of the Executive Board and upon the award of any premium by tli Judges he shall issue his warrant o- the person offering said premium for same He shall also assist in count ing the vote in any contest for pre 0mium arde on the Executive Board X No outside amusements or entertainments will be allowed on- the streets during the Fair and n lunch or refreshment stand will b allowed on the streets XI The following gentlemen executivetboart 0over all entries and awards W T Brown Sam Morton A R Pirtle 0SFelixSilasSteensIA ANDERSON Chmn C M BARNETT Sec HEBER MATIHEWS JOHN E BEAN SAM T BARNETTCommittee r Doctors Will Work In Shifts 1hyHleIaiin in Germany propos begpaeany e patient is not to he left in tli- lurch c however His opportunity In HiHMid his money on medical at udance is not to be curtailed The German doctors propose as a 0matter of simple justice to them elves a day of 12 hours This OIl1IIH night and day shifts and as doctors need rest the KIIIIIC as nth ll human beings nod eon do theh- IHst work only when they have it- the diaiire proposed seems to be us clearly in the lay interest as in- thut of the profession Kansas City JonrmllWhen It Blows lie months of greatest tornado frequertey in the United States liS- shown hy the reports of Lieut loin Finley of the United States signal corps are May April JuneI- Ind logy in the order named Tho- hOlll8 of greatest frequency dun lug the day are from 330 to fiv- P III just utter the hottest part o the day when warm ascending nl- currents are most liable to meet- cooler descending ones PECULIARITIES OF OCTOPUS- I Vacuums Formed In Arms of Danger ous Water Animal sake Victims ImpossiblerBoth the octopus aitd the cut tlellsh have arms that are clothed with a formidable array of suck era which are wonderful pieces of mechanism says the Searchlight When the sucker comes into con tact with an object the cenh a I piston having previously beeu raised so as to completely 1111 till cavity of the sucker IH at one withdrawn told a perfect vacuuu produced explaining the great tenacity with which the sicker cling They number upward oh IOU pairs to each arm of the oeto pus and once they obtain a grit on the victim unless the arn ii actually torn away front till bOll of the octopus it is practically possible for its prey to disentulI gle itself In addition to these suckers the octopus has a powerful pair of jaws shajHd like the beak If a parrot behind which is a few midable armorplated tongue used as a rasping organ Ph- I octopus will attack and kill crab and lobsters of considerable size ripping opell the body by menlll devourning the contents In spite of lit leg a creature of such awe inspir tag looks the octopus has several enemies in Various species nf whales sharks IIndIconger eels in fact the latter are particnl ly fond of devouring the small octopuses ICongeI eels hunt for the oelo pus and when found proceed to octopiine tries to hug the slippery slilll monger tight but In vain and Ihlll its limbs growing less dill scharges its ink in the face of thr foe and under cover of the turhil Itnaleention of its foes that the octo I pus possesses the power of dial cdeto correspond with that of its Kmr onndings NEED NO SHERLOCK HOLMES chinese Statesman Tells Story Which Might Apply to Mothers in isLaw In General IIn a Washington Hub two IIn talldlllIe talesman Wu Ting Fang relatt the 1ittsbnrg Dispatch He was like Socrates Said the secretary who hues Cheek At one and the same tinge bl would make us laugh and hitch us a lesson I once heard him talkof u lothers congress lie was de IlijhtllJ He told how the pet epleS ancestors were revered ill Clliuu He said this reveredncc ven hid tided mothersinlaw Then he said that all the others before him would b othersinlaw some day and lerefore he would tell theta unething that they might rt ember and profit by A parlor maid he begird nn- sweved a ring at the doorbell om morning and a few moments later cended to her mistress If you please maam she- said the strangest lady is down stairs She wont give lice name rind she his taken off her coat and hut and she opened the t WO egos etN and rummaged through them nod then looked at tilt windows and shook her head sort slit Ill lilted her linger over the mantel nod piano told then she held it up to see the dust on it and now shl is lilt the mistress interrupted calmlyBear met she said My bus hands mother wasnt expected hud front Texas till December With flie exception of a few hull 1I red inaccessible heathen on th- cast e coast Greenland with its 10 000 population is now under I- Iuuifoll1I Christian influence RT11ytie Znfr 9ignetsn 1141 For Sale Rent Store room on Center Street Hart the best grocery econfectionary stand in town Appl at TilE REPUBLICAN office RENDER May 22Edward Barrass and1 h 1 4 4 I3imon Stephens were in Central City ast Wednesday Mrs G W Stokes returned tote tome in Jasonville Ind last Thurs lay after visiting her mother Mrs Mary A Cargal for the past five weeksBurch Hodge Beaver Dam was hEre hut Thursday Prof V M Moseley closed his school last Thursday after a ten months session Chas Thienes of Taylor Mines was here last Friday W C Schlemmer Hartford was here last Friday Miss Mattye Luce returned to her home in Hartford last Friday niter visiting Miss Isabel Fair for a few days Miss Nellie Harris went to Drakes boro last Saturday to spend a few daysMr and Mrs Harry Harris returned to their home in Linton Ind last Saturday after visiting Mr Harris parents Mr and Mrs F E Harris for the past six weeks Mrs Jno F Hocker went Cieato n last Saturday to spend a few days Simon Jones was in Hartford on legal business last Satuurday Lewis Keown spent a few days in Fordsville lost Sunday Geo Edwards spent the day In Horton last Sunday MessVs Ed Brown and Jno Bar rass and Otha Miller Taylor Mines were here last Sunday Peter Burton and Chas Robisoi were in Hartford yesterday Mrs Jno S Spenee and niece Miss Icie Hardin left yesterday for a five weeks visit in Tennessee Jno Miles Vine Grove was here yesterdayCcaude McKenny Beaver Dam was here yesterday Len McGavack Cloverport was- here today Revs Hurt McConnell and Smith are conducting a series of meeting at this place it is hoped that some good will be done Geo W Baker is in Barnsley on legal business C M Taylor and Fred Taylor of Beaver Dam were here today on business Several from here attended the circus at Beaver Dam today The Mines was idle on that account Chester Ashby Centertown where as today Mr and Mrs L A Thompson were in Hartford today Mrs Wm Hall is on the sick list Istil Maddox of Linton Ind was here today 11 Sewing Machine 11 BARGAINSWe SECONDHAND SEWING MA CHINES including all standard makes many of them a- good as new Which will be- sold at unheardof prices Come to Saunders Grocery Store on Main Street in Hartford and get the machine Iiwant Every one a bargain They must go Come a- once SAUNDERS CO Jewell Peacock I have just purchased from Tom Wilson Bro for 70000 this high bred young Stallion He willimake 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 barn of- F M Allen in Centertown on Thurs day Friday and Saturday of each weekJEWELL PEACOCKS PEDIGREE Sired by Jordan Peacock 1148 he by Peacock498 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 Leo by Hazel Nuty wood by Cabells Lexington T S F M ALLE- NCentertown Ky FREE TRIP TO- MAMMOTH CAVET Offered By The Republican to School Boys ofOhio 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 Boven wondcra of the world Doubtless many of our readers have been embarrassed 1Cavetioner 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 firstUwcek 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 charge 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 1 district will be entitled to the trip Every candidate must reside in the district from which he is named and the right is reserved to withdraw the offer in any district from which only one is nominated Every years subscription to TilE REPUBLICAN of 100 whether arrears or advance will entitle the subscriber to 10 votes and six months subscription to C votes The names of candidates with number of votes received to date will be publishedeach week No employe or member of the family of anyone connected with this paper will be elligible as a candidate Per sons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following ballot THE DJBTRJCTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTIUCT No lEastand West Hartford East and fcWeat 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 voting precincts DISTIUCT No 4East and West Fordsville Etnaville tShreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 5Deda Heflin Buford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No6 Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts + Free Trip to Mammoth Cave i i For I cast this ballot of votes1V-A i eq1 btren landG1PAr DistrictNo Precinct Signed 4 Address I State County ur++++++++ + 4++++ ++ I BANK OF HARTFORD Ir tt01IONtA1MN t Capital Stock r 4000000Surplus 12 OOOOO i Stockholders Addil Liability 40OOOOO Securety to Depositors9200000 CashiertH P TAYLOR V Prest HOLBROOK Asst Cashier iJW IOLBROOKTAYLORfP DirectorsT l100RE j 1 CTHOMAS tJNO++ 2+++++++++++++++++++++++++++ FIRST NATIONALBANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500- Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in- DIRECTORS GABE LIKENS ALVIN ROWE BURCH FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN Subscribe for The HartfordI RepublicansfJf twW j 1 t I- K eI jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj1jjj