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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I t tGrtf tJ tpttbliftn Fine Job Work a Specialty I IF IT IS NEWYOU WILL FIND IT IN THE REPUBLICAN- s Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HAlt rFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 1 1906 No 46 KENTUCKY NEPUDUCANS HaiFine Show to Win i Next Election Democrats Hopelessly Divided an Wltbout an Issue Tbat Will Appeal to People i non D C Edwards congressman for the eleventh Kentucky district 1 sums up the Situation in the matte- of the coming Governors race us fol lowsOur prospects for success in theI next State election were never ter I believe the State is now R publican on a fair count and there arc a number of good Republicans who in my judgment would poll the full party strength As to who should Denominated r Gjfarnor I do not feel prepared toI suy just now although there are sev eral men who would be most acceptable candidates to the Republicans of the State The State House crowd have leg islated everything under the controlI of commissions in order that the present Governor might appoint scores of his lieutenants at good sal aries to be paid out of the State Treasury so as to perpetuate and strengthen his mcahine In this way he expects to turn Senator McCreary out of the United States Senate and nominate State Auditor Hager for GovernorIt early to make prediction as to who will be the Repudlican candidate for Governor but there is no scarcity of timber It seems to me to be certain with 1out waiting to see who is nominated the candidate will win The 11that Republicans should notI to learn who are to be the nom= before declaring themselves in I favor of the ticketISenator Blackburn was quoted the other day as saying that if the Democrat State ticket had the least taint or smell of the Frankfort ma chine about it it would surely be defeated I cannot see anything except a fight to a finish between the machine and anti machine Demo crats which Is another one of the sure indications of Republican suc cess I am unable to see upon what issues the the democrats could possiI bly carry the election With unII animous opinion of the court as as that of disinterested people of al political pattfw that the men charged wIth conspiracy in the Goebel mu tier Have had only political surely they cannot hope to again wIn on that lsaueIV With the unfair and in many cases outrageous redistricting ofthe State and with many offices created and filled by men of questionable character for the undoubted pur pose of strengthening the Beckham machine they certainly cannot ex pert the support and indorsement of many i f the honest people who heretofore have affiliated with them Meeting of Hartford College Alumni and Banquet The Alumni meeting which ha been arranged for by those wh live in and near town was a great success Court Hall was with an expectant audience whe Chairman J S Glenn rapped for order He delivered an V introducedjDr president of Hartford College Dr Alexander was given a warm r I ception by his old students Hi talk was replete with good advice along educational lines R E Lee Simmerman was the speaker His address called Inextminds of the students back t- the o i of college life He rI I minded them of many incidents with which they were familiar and some with which they were nott familiarW Barnes spoke on the possi t bilities of the future in glowing terms Prof L N Gray was the last I P speaker and was listened to with in terest by all and most especially by the patrons of the school as he out parnthe present needs of the Institution lIe closed with an appeal for support stilldA number of fine musical selec tions wdre rendered by Beans or ch eveningAt at the Court Hall a splendid banquet was orthe Alumni at Taylors Opera House The menu was all that an epicure could desire and between courses the guests were regaled the various toasts were to withsparkling wit and humor Dr E B Pendleton was the toastmaster and added to his reputation in that line by appropriate remarks in introducing the various speakers Those who responded to toasts were Miss Dora E Gibson Our first Pres ident Dr Alexander Reminiscen ses Mc D Fogle Our break into the Alumni T J Morton Builders R Holbrook Till we meet again The banquet lasted until the we small hours but all felt that it was good to be there and each one ex pressed a desire to attend the one to be given tteentyfive ears hence FINANCE COMMITTEE A S of E has Decided to Hold 1905 Crop of Tobacco Until Balance Iof1904 crop is Sold At a meeting of the finance com mittee of the American Society of Equity of the Green River District held at Owensboro last week it was decided not to sell any of the 1905 crop of tobacco until the remaining part of the 1904 crop was disposed There remain several hundred hogsheads of the 1904 crop in the Green River district The meeting was purely for settling this question which has been under consideration for some time Every county in the district was represented except Breckenridge there being thirtyfive members of the committee present covering sev en counties A McHenry Bankrupt A petition in bankruptcy has bee filed in the United States court a Owensboro by George C a Merchant of McHenry Ky His whichIMcJohnrson do Brannon 13335 W A Gun ther k Sons 1335 There is one Louis Creditor and the others are at Louisville IIland near McHenry owe and besides he has a house and lot valued at 150 house aringappealI 150 worth of provisions etc addi tional as exemptions Inquiries About Roy Green Owoniboro ingnlrrj Was one Roy Green colored ever captured in your country for mur thde thoe wording of a letter received by Sheriff Jesse B Karl from R N Monno reason for prd i reward of 200 originally offered for him Sheriff Harl has written hangedsago 200 was paid out some time before that A LongTennessee Fght For twenty years tit L Rawls of catarrheHe writes The swelling and sore ness inside my nosewas fearful till I began applying Bucklens Arnica to the sore surface This caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to return Best salve in existence 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist i e H H J p l H t e NOT GOOD AFTER JUNE 11 FreeTrip to Mammoth Cave Ballot t This Ballot will count ono Gjvote for tI M1 DistrictNo f When properly fillet out and returned to TilE REPUBLICAN office by mail or otherwise on or before expiration date shown above ertrH s U trtTrHHH1d YfiiH ti HH t H 1 HtH H OWENSBORO STATE FAIR Suit Against tbe Guarantors Compromised at 64 Per Cent to the Dollar i N A compromise has been agreed upon in the suit of the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders association against the Owensboro guarantors by which they are to pay 10000an1 the plaintiffs and defendants are to pay their own cost The cost of the l lIajbilityamount must be paid by the firs day of the Jung term of cour which will be held on June 4 Th prorata amount for each is 64 per cent of the subscriptio- this percentage including the cost This will pay the indebtedness f full The amount is asked for a once so that settlement may beI made and suit dismissed NoticesI to this effect are being sent out to all the guarantors The compromise was effected by the attorneys on both sides and it gives satisfaction to all It is probable that th whole matter will be settled u promptly but if a few should refuse to comply with the conditions of theI compromise the settlement would be deferred and theiuit continued The indebtedness of the fair as sociation to many persons is still un paid but it is expected that all debts will be paid at once on the comple tion of this settlement Ballots Are Good tor Votes We begin with this number and will print each issue until the end of our Free Trip to the Mammoth Cave Contest which closes at oclock Saturday August 18 1906 ballot which if cut from the paper and returned to this office proper filled out with name for whom tlit onedage 12 and 20 years can be voted for andI hislchoiceit for your choice whether Mil name appears among the candidates or not The ballot in this issue isI iJuneIOblo Countys Summer Resort countys well known andI popular summer and health resort Sulphur Springs will be open forI guests on and after Saturday JuneI 2 1906 Under the management ofI Mr T C Bean Sulphur Springs has attained first rank as a summer resort The management neither time trouble nor means make the stay of all guests pleasant I The hotel and grounds have been improved from year to year and areJ now firstclass in every respect If pleasureIfew weekR at the Sulphur Springs j Terms reasonable 458Ii BUFORD May 3UMr Worth Wade of Taylor Mines visited R C Hudson and family Saturday night and Sunday Miss Hazel Cundiff returned home Friday from visiting her sister Mrs Jim Garrett of Owensboro she had been the past week Mr Jim Fields and wife of Owensboro visited his mother Mrs Colemanlast week G W Jewell is having a well drilled at his store here Messrs Floid Kirk of Anderson villa Lee and Clarence Patton o f SaturI and SundayIMrs Angelia Graves of Louis vllle is visiting B F Graves another d relatives wileII Ann Murry and other relatives re turning home Sunday Hartfordlo Greenbrier visited Mrs Laur Magan and Mrs Coleman Sunday Rougs Fea goo j lightningntt visited Mr Jake Westerfield of Thursdayl of James and Dora Garrett of Owensboro died the 5th and was buried in Mt Carmel burying ground the RevFuneral services conducted by Joe A Bennett l ASSUREDP Clay Taylors Farm Bought for mown Site Optiops Being Recorded That Ohio County is soon to have another mammoth coal mine with water shipping facilities is now an assurRdfact The Green River Coal and Mining Compamy of Parkers burg West Virginia has purchased the 400 acre farm of Clay Taylor on Green river at Taylortown a con sideration of 37000 and will lIseI tiltae and opening for the mines somee ing done it is noted that options covering thousands of acres of min feral land adjacent to the Taylor farm have been acquired by the Green Companland Xs will begin but it is the general belief it will be in the near future 1Decoratlort SServices Preston Morton Post No4 G A R held Memorial Services at Old Bethel near Horton Wednesday The devotional services were con ducted by Rev J A Bennett at 11 oclock At the conclusion of the sermon the graves were decorated with choice flowers In the after noon speeches were made by Rev Danks and Comrades Ashford Mill Carsono was served o the ground Good music tv furnished by the Bethel choir The occasion was enjoyed by everyone present Court Adjourned The May term of Circuit Court came to a close yesterday at noon after being in session ten days A good deal of business was transacted The grand jury completed its work last Saturday after returning indictments classified as follows Selling liquor on Sunday 3 false swearing 1 dischargingflrearmo- public n highway 1 carrying conceal withoutelicense 4 furnishing liquor to a minor 1 and selling liquor to a 1SST OR= AJIBun tai jit flail Yes tins Aluap IItgA 5r fl4 d A I ol u I OUR NEW QUARTERS Will Soon Be Ready to Move Into Will Be Modern and Commodious We will be in our new quarters within ten days The work o modernizing and beautifying them is now well underway and completed we will have magnificent headquartersin fact THE REPUB LICAN prides itself on having the most uptodate newspaper headquarters in the State outside of the city dailies To give an idea of the commodious rooms we are to occupy we will give the dimensions of the various departments Printing of fice 23x37 ft press room 22x30 ft public office 16x20 ft and editorial office 11x15 ft At present THE RE PUBLICAN is occupying an excellen- f building and desirable newspaper 1office especially erected for newspaper plant but the room is inadequate for the increased business of the paper Hence it became necessary for us to remove to more commo modious quarters The move will take us only two doors on the same streetfrom our present location but we feel that the change will be a good one as we can serve our patrons better and in a m 5re satisfactory manner ROXEY May 29Our school is progress ing nicely Rev JD Harned filled his regular appointment at Hickory church SundayFarmers are very busy setting tobaccoMrs Mary C Baldwin visited friends and relatives in this community last week CholeRafferty Manda visited Lee Stevens Sunday John Embry and family visit datI i A Sandefurs Sunday Sam Rafferty Letcher Taylor and Seth Davis of Manda were the guests of Birt Davis Sunday Albert Leach wife and little daughter of Taylor Mines visited their aunt Mrs Kate Davis Saturday night and Sunday Clayton Hocker of Pinchico visited his cousin Lee Stevens Sunday Jimie Sorrels made his regular trip to the Grove Sunday Rev J H Embry returned home Sunday from IMortonH Gap where he has been engaged for the pas two weeks in a protracted meeting Zach Her and family visited Lucian Sandefur and family Sunday 4HERBERT May 28The farmers in this place are needing rain badly Tobacco plants are drying up Will Duncan who has recently moved to this place is still quite sick Mr and Mrs Thornesberry Mr and Mrs Walter Duncan of Yelvington end Messrs Sam Quncan0wensboro visited him Sunday Obe Burdetts little daughter Nina flea who has been quiet sick of pneumonia is better entertaineda3 Misses Annie and Lizzie Bishop of 5Stanley Chambers is in I OwenSboro- beinrr treated by an Osteopath Oscar Huynes is greatly imroved twentyone of his neighbors with thirtyfour horses went to his home Wednesday broke and planted his corn ground cane A D Miller am cIvisited MH Maceo this week Mrs Nuckols is quite sic Mr and Mrs Berry Wells Whites ville took dinner at Henry Millions Sunday entente from Tilr st Miss Lillian Wintrier S ringI visiting at Hardin Floyds Albert Morley Trisler visited in this place SitlduyiMiss Mattio Barnett trd Albert Haynes yisited Miss Carnit Swyhart Chambers SundayIC W Phillips Whit svlIIl vJHit l his dauttur Mrs 11 X Millc 1III1IJiIr 1IY Monday S Ed Miller and Homer Jlilligan had their houses painted last week Notice in Bankruptcy- In the District Court of the Unit ed States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division WakefTo the creditors of George C thet said bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of May A D 1906 the said Wakeland was duly adjudicated ofs ce of J A Dean in Owensboro 1 Kentucky on the 6th day of June AID 1906 at 2 p mi at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claim appoint a trustee transacttmay come before said meeting J A DEAN Referee in Bankruptcy May 26 1906 s PROGRAM Memorial Day Exercises tobe Held by the K of Ps at Oak Wood Sunday June 10th s n 330 p m Lodge form in order at Castle Hall under direction of R T Collins C C and march to cemetery InvocationDr E W Ford Song Decoration of the grave of brother W A Gibson Friendship a Pythian virtueC M Barnett Decoration of the grave of brother JA Smith Charity the corner stoneoWPytlvjp ianism John B Decoration of the grave of brother- SS Cox SGlennPrayerT J Morton Can yoi believe your senses t When two of them taste and t smell having been impaired if not utterly destroyed by Nasal Catarrh are fully restored by Elys Cream Balm cart you doubt that this rem edy deserves all that has been said uf it by the thousands whom it has cured It is applied directly to the affected airpassages and begins its work at onto mailedtby Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York on receipt of 50 cents Vote in Popularity Contest Below will be found candidates nominated and vote cast for each up to noon yesterday in TilE REPUBU CAN Mammoth cave trip pop ularity contestDISTRICT No1 Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam 60 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 180 Robert Davis Hartford 380 Ernest M Coleman Beaver Dam s 80 Godfrey Bean Hartford 60 DISTRICT No2 x Johnie Wallace Rosine 210 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton 10 Bernice Neighbors Dundee 10 DISTRICT NO 4 Roy Keown Fordsville 70 DISTRIct No5 Talmage Davis Beda 60 Jesse C Smith Taffy 305 Sherman Chamberlain Nocreok 320 DISTRICT No6 John Morton Ceralvo 10 Vig Morton Smallhous 50 DISTRICT NO 7 Carroll Smith McHenry 100 Roy Brown McHenry 60 Imeoupdtdi about three 1 year old marked clip on left ear and split in right Cow red and largo size Ownercanreaimdame by rcallinjr VatShliifTa office and paying all cost P lOURTlN Sheriff 15y OTTO MASTIN D S d S A 1 I r DAY OF SENTIMENT I 1rcmonles in Cemeteries Scluol of Patriotism for BothIOld and Young f tJ every national anniversary ex cept Memorial day we deal with of life rather than of death J tbinbSt Independence day we celebrate Itfce nations birth on Washington i I srfi Lincoln days the birth anniver xsncics of its immortal patriots on r Thanksgiving day the fullness and w 3sings of national prosperity II1iln Memorial day along we Jive p Tjwsuse for tears on this hollowed ant ilrvclsary we weave chaplets for the glorious dead J Aud how glorious they are these myriad sleeping soldiersand how M tkxlory of their deeds magnifies i with the years We the living add not at all to their immortality in history of our I flowers our prayers and our tears Ii Bat we do add something of price 1lessvalue to our lives by the custo II mars of horrors into a symphony of r patriotismThe of todays sirewn mounds is for the living i Isan oasis in the storms of life a leveling occasion the souls of American men and women And the nations cemeteries are today the greatest school of patrio tism for old and young that we have For true patriotism counts not deat If through death the nation shall fin r life and healthy No nation is in peril that has such a Memorial day as we have The J Siwnff will carry on the work that where heroes gave their lives for I On memorial day we come bac fectn forgetfulness to the realties t Woe know why these soldiers died aad we vow that their sacrifice shall jcut be in vein 1 This nation has been carried h i cJsrough all its real perils by a citi XKZ soldiery as distinguished from h ste mercenary militarisam of other Ii nations American patriotism is somethig sa art The simple flag that is more itJian ever a world emblem of liberty hs no parallel as an inspirer of h- erec deeds There are those who place sordid gain above sentiment and care for oct prosperity only for individual i profit But the heart of real Ameri R an beats true in every crisis No floe open or secret can successfully TOeasare sword with the national l conscience And this is the real lesson of Me morial day So long as we hono our soldier dead we will honor ou Country Memorial day gives perspective The totering Grand Army veteran mad the lisping boy with cap and drum and flag are the visible ex 4Lremes of a common unity of parti Passionless the remnants of for inEa The blue and gray are not less hal Mewed because time is bending I Ahem The season of natures renewal i tythe season when this and lisLture generation will yearly decor ate the graves of American soldiers sleepersjlr n min to the national heart by the I drnsit lowers in his windowless pal restkThousnads annually bear witness j the efficiency of Early Risers I These pleasant reliable little pills Save long borne a reputation second 1 tIinone as a laxative and cathartic They are as staple as bread in millions of homes Pleasant but effect ve Will promptly relcave consti j pion without griping Sold by Z 1 rgyne Griffin Bro m I DONE AWAY WITH MONSTER Giant Pike Turned Out to Be a School j Composed of Countless Finny I Creatures Packed Together t There lire venous meant to wt id of u monster but the best nviJthod on several groundM is to Y explain him away This w always 4 the line of least resistance am- iIhej Lave just adopted it with signal Hucce s in Zurich Home tine ago an Intelligent policeman JJ icomjHekly II t his wits end how im kill time off duty that he tool I a walk for nature study along are Valleii8tadt observed in hey water what he took at first 1G I =for a dead human body but onI closer examination found to be live fishlis he concluded n ulna stet pike anti tIll lake having below the normal supply of fish t a popular impression got abroad i that the giant jack had eaten theta all The phenomenon seemed so tantalizing that Prof llenscher of Zurich took it np and he has made a discovery scarcely less remarkable in It policenlutsthatnthe fish is not a single monster but a whole shoal of harmless bream which have a way of swim 1mimig so closely jammed together sini CHRISTIANITYS BEGINNING Spots in rifcly Land Where DifferentI Events Chronicled in Took cejThe hills of are of caves natural and artificial anti many of them have historic i significance says Four Track Sews There is the Milk Itotto in which Joseph and Mary are said to have concealed themselves before their light into Egypt to escape the evil designs of Herod softt ascribed to the spilling of a few drops of the Virgins milk when she nursed the infant Jesus An other grotto is pointed out as that in which St Jerome for more thin all years led the life of a hermit dissensionsdOn a western hill a rock strewii plateau around which stately ter ebinths stand guard marks u place where the ancient Hebrews thlkfitted to excite devout thoughts a place where a man might well keep communion with his Maker In its broader features Bethlehem is almost unchanged since the days of David Ladys Fault Mr Wombat Loogy yule Claud Dars a heap o scussion gwine on about de fact dat yo hugged Miss Lulabelle Smoot so halid at de dance de udder night dot yo done broke two of lien ribs De genal opinion am dot don wasnt no discriminatin circum stances and fir Coopah De loose dot wasnt Sot castin any deflections on de lady dens femme ax yo as man to man what kind nh ribs was deco to take to a social func tion nh Puck rTrials of an Editor- r Look here said the provoked editor to the society reporter youve got this account of the reception all mixed up Why the women who wore red dresses irons got weai ing green ones and the ores dressed in blue youve got in red Say you werent cut out for a society 111 porter you were intended for III color mixer Yonkers States stun Remembered Him Too Well Stronger encountering him at automobile show This in Mr Lunkedd isnt it I sold you a motorcycle a year or two ago He member me The Other Man Yes yours is a face I can neither forget nor for give Chicago Tribune Various Headache There are more than lill kinds of headache said a physician and sufferers from the more com mon forms may cure themselves by looting the cause and treating themselves accordingly The more frequent forms are a dull pain across till forehead tine to dys pepsin a pain in the back of the head due to the liver a bursting pain in both temples due to malnu trition an ache on the top of tilt head as though a weight pressed on the skull due to overwork an ache between the brows just above the base of the nose due to eye strainN Y Press Education and Physique Prof Mosso calls attention in the Nouvelle Revue to the curious fort that whereas in Ihllthe ed orated classes ore physically greatly inferior to the peasants in England members of the learned societies are physically superior to the laboring classes CJA 19 00X1 a BoillII 1 tio xa HERO WORSHIP AND MAPS theITeam Names Town et Hero worship has had a hun in the making of maps We have post otllces bearing the names of every president down to aul including Mr Koosevelt Oul lucks s urally the favorite in the naming of towns and counties is Wash ington and he is the only president for whom a state has beer plelliIstatesmen editors authors ill vectors the heroes of micient his 111101illllllike distinction Our list of Dos offices is a long one and contains names froth almost every lau guage living and dead amid rhosei on almost every conceivable prin ciple or impulse Two counties in Kansas present a curious association of ideas Greeley county hats for its capita a town called Tribune and Ilys BOS is the county seat of Grant New stations were to be named along a western railway snug years ago anti they were named after the members of a professional baseball team that hap petted just then to win the cham pionship You cannot induce a lower to eat heartily when not feeling well A sick dog starves himself and gets well The stomach once overworked must have rest the same as your feet or eyes You dont have to starve to rest you stomach Kodol for Dyspepsia up the work for your stomach di gests what you eat and gives it a rest Puts it back in condition again You cant feel good with a disorder ed stomach Try Kodol SoldbyZ Wayne Griffin Bro m Congressional Convention Called toMeetatHodEenville Pursuant to call a meeting of the Fourth Congressional Republican District Committee of Kentucky was this day held in Room 33 Hardesty HotelLebanon At said meeting it was ordered and directed by said committee that all the Republica- County Committees in this the Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky call mass conventions to FIRST NATIONALBANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 JJHll loan money from 1 day 12 months This is your Bank Corriein DIRECTORS GAIIE LIKENS ALVIN RotE BURCH FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN meet in all the precincts of their respective counties on Saturday June 30 19015 atone oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend county conventions directed cornd1906 nt one oclock p m standard time delegates to attend n 1Congressional District Convention hereby called to meet in HoRenville Kentucky Tuesday July 10th 190G at 11 oclock n m standard time to nominate a candidate for Con gress in this the Fourth Congression al District of Kentucky to be voted for at the November election 1900 The basis of representation in each county shall be entitled to in said district convention shall be one dell gate for each one hundred 100 or fractions over fifty 50 votes cast for President Roosevelt in 1901 viz GraysoniLaRue 9 Marion 12 Meade SNolson 13Ohio SlTaylor Washington 14 Lebanon Ky May 1191G M L HEAVIUN Chmn 4th Con Rep ComKy B T CONWAY Secy Protein = LL BTORIABern tee1Gt Kind Yw Haw illn s Bout UUtlU 114 of Thousands of Acres For Sale- at reasonable price- I I Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the 3IRONMOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS recJnmthalrtarsi and third Tuesdays of each pamphletsnH C TOWNSEND RTO UUIHEWS teaIP nredSki rmliter tUMHI Ipd- uaisiiut1T LOUD ft J Myo N r P W l FJW WP AAMV V t R W KING Jeweler and Optician Hartford Ky All kinds of repair work clone with neatness BringIEye Glassesor Jewelry to me Elegant Shirtwaist Sets Bolt Buckles Collar Buttons lint Pins Rings and Watches for sale at 1r low prices Place of Business on Main St in Hartford House UijJ Jj t o Q To Publishers and Printers rg cWE MANUFACTURE GRADE OFIType liras Rules IStripsIBrass Labor Saving Rule Brass Column Rules Brass Circles Brass Leaders Brass Round Corners 2 Brass Leads and Slugs Brass Galleys Metal Borders L S Metal o urnitureoftLeads and SlugsIlMetal Leaders Spaces and Quads G to 48 point Metal Quoins etc 77 Old Column Rules refaced and made as good as new at a small Please cost remember that we are not in any Trust or Combination- cold 1are sure we can make it greatly to your advantage to deal I with us A copy of our Catalogue will be cheerfully furnished on up plication I Philadelphia Printers Supply Co I ItAYVIAI1tlIlI IIM1r Type and HinH Grade Printing Material PROPRIETORS 3O North Ninth Strav- tPHILADELPHIAPENN TYPE FOUNDRY w J II at New 2- E Things itNew Suits New Hats New Dress 2New Shoes and a complete stock illof Summer Wearing Apparel at CARSON aACOS Theres a difference between tradeawinners and trade keepers A Ii awinner is a suit for little money A tradekeeper is a good moneys worth aof clothes iC 3 3 Bargains an dBiC9 If you are attracted this year by one iC J sort of a bargain and another year by 44 J another sort bye and bye you will make 4up your mind that if you get good iC IT Clothesyou have got to go again where if good Clothes are sold and pay for if them like a man The store that sticks peoplepr We Mean All This Ip We are growing solidly and well The f Clothes have done it Right Clothes xpgood a Suit for 10 as the average store sells for 15 we are very much mistaken Come see about it Cr1I ItNCOIUOKATK- DI Hartford Kentucky C I BANK ZrSC018PO1 OF r HARTFiiiipnIt Capital Stock Surplus OM 1 12 00000Stockholders Addil Liability 4000000 Securety to Deposltors92000OOi a J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier J W FORD TT + H P TAYLORJNO T MOOREDIrectors I i JNO t If r l Y RECIPROCITY WITH CUBA It Has Proven TO Be a Most Un satisfactory Ex pertinent The experiment in reciprocity which wo arc ranking in connection with our trade with Cuba has hardly proven satisfactory ithor to our maunfacturers or producers or tour p Government We are buying everythingCuba produces paying her k IJVblV t piece for her products than we pay any one else for the same thing and she takes the mono ey which we give her for these things and supplies her necessities in the largest measure from Europe As it stands today the receiproclty treaty between the United States and Cuba is costing us fifty millions of dollars in adverse trade balance and an additional ten million of dol lars in lost revenues While it is true trade with that country has increased taking the total transfers of business coming and going it has increased at our expense We give Cuba the benefit of decreased duties which cost us ten million dollars a year and our purchasers have from Cuba increased many times over our sales We fail see in what way this situation proved satisfactory to the advocate of reciprocity It is also worth while to recall to mind that this is simply a repeti tion of the history of our former experience with this fad when in the days of Blain reciprocity treaties were arranged between the United States and numerous countries of this continent the United States given the privilege of importing into the other counties such things asI were already on the free list there while we removed duties from their products in order to make them freeI for importation into this county The fallacy of Blains theory soon became evident to everybody from the fact that we were not being given a square deal in the matter No country wants reciprocity with us unless it can derive an advantage therefrom The sooner the America people understand this tho better Our Tariff must continuein the futateasithasin the past to be our mainstay and our protection The Government is wisely consider ing non some means by which the error which we made in Cuba can be corrected and it is to be hop ed the means may be found before very long e There is ned worrying along in discomfort because of disordered digestion Get a bottle of Kodol forI Dyspepsia and see what it will do for you Kodol not only digests what you enl and gives that tired stomach a needed rest but it is cor rective of the greatest efficiency Kodol relieves indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart flatulence and sour stomach Kodol will make your stomach young and Realty again You will worry just in the proportion that your stomach worries you Worry means the loss of liability to do yqur best Worry is tote avoided at all times Kodol wilT take the worry out of your stomach Sold lyZ Wayne Griffin Bro Not V rrte- dFriendSn your son is in coi loge What in lie preparing for FutliiT Dont know Hut by the successful way lu works ale 1 think IICH going to bcoltlieru diplomat or a IliiancierIDlhoitIi Free Press Fell Out What junkis those two women knock ouih oilier so terribly They used to be very sloe friends Detroit Free Press The sincerest tribute that can b patfi to superiority is imitation Th many imitations of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve tha are now beforet th public prove it is the best Ask for DeWitts nod for burns scalds chaffed skin eczema tetter cuts bruises boils and piles Highly rec ommended and reliable Sold by Z IWayne Griffin Bro m f Must Have His Weekly Tackle the average farmer on the subject of national state or local politics and you will find him much b posted than the average city man You will find that he is alI ready to give a reason fir his tJqsorIt r k fitX rdtivillkGr rye Trust to Nature I A prcat many Americans faith men and cmirti arc thin and III with 1111rented treatedIntheIr curlier mistakes rim mnxclcM In wearIiirwultfatlguu j ImiB Tim demand for nutrltlvo all Is perfecthealthmuscle should take Irma tlm Mood cer lain materials lord return to It certain other It Is necessary the stomach fur work of taking from tin food what Is necessary U muKo ROCK rich tad blood We must RO to Nature fur the remedy Them acre certain roots known to the Indians of this country Ixforo the advent of the whites which later came to the knowledge of I tint Httlers and wjilch are now growing rapidly In professional favor for the cure troublesTheatiiln In their and Invigorating flTect UJHIII the stomach Theo tiro Golden Seal root Queens root Ktonn runt IllcxHlroot Mandrake ChcrrybarkThenative roots when extracted with glye crlne as a solvent make tho roost relhVbl and efficient stomach tonic and liver In vlporator when combined In just tho t irnportlons as In Dr Pierces Gulden Discovery Where there is bankrupt vitalitysuch us nervous tlon bad nutrition and thin blood thn toady vigor and till nerves IOIMI and elithn tissues feel the rmldyl1l1ollllhaware of the high medicinal value of the above mentioned few have tad glycerine as a solvent and usually thn doctor prescriptions called for the Ingredients In varying amounts with ttlmhiit Tho Golden Medical Discovery In a Fclentlflc preparation compounded of the flycerlc extracts of the above mentioned vegetable Ingredients and contains no alcohol or harmful babit forming drugs ciim to tell him what way he shoul vote He reads ponders and does a heap of thinking He may subscribe for an agricultural paper but he cannot get from that the political pabulum he hankers for He must have his political weekly his newspaper which he diligently reads and digests and he wants the best that these is in this line SILENT RELICS OF HEROES Knapsacks of Fallen Soldiers that Spoke Eloquently of Devo tion to a Holy Cause The following letter written sew eral years after the close of the civil war by one who speaks whereof he saw and which I am permitted to quote is eloquent in heart feeling and graphic portrayal- I have just seen a pile of knap sacks and haversacks left by the boys who went to the front and nev er came back The eloquence o these wormeaten and molded bags cannot be written Here was a piece of stony brea uneaten the little paper of coffee and the smoked tin cup in which it had been boiled so often over the hasty fire on the eve of battle There was the letter sealed directed and never sent Here a leter half written commencing Dear Wife How I want to see you and another beginning Dear Mother My time is nearly out The rusty pen just as it was laid down on tho sheet by the gallant und loving han of the writerwho had hoped so soon to finish it here tinted with red white and blue Here were photographs of the favorite generals an of the dear ones at home Here were letters of heartbreaking lover and loyalty to duty and holy faith and cheer written tit home and here was a Testament soiled and worn which judging from a pencil ingon a flyleaf was given him by the woman he loved best Yes here were these mementoes of the brave living loving life gone out They never came back The mourners at homo do not all know where they fell or where they w reburied To one unfamiliar with the soldiers life these relics might mean little To me they mean all love all suffering all heroism I look on the pastedust covered and warm on their oef Virginia simmering in the white heat lined with exhausted men lying apwn to sleep and to die after the last defeat I hear the cry of the wounded the moan of the dying see 1 the halffilled grave the unburied dead All the awful realty of war comes back So too do knightly days and dauntless men IThe sworn statement of the manu facturers protects yoU from in Kenedys Laxative Honey and Ta thecoUgh syrup that drives the co utt t yburlsystem Sold by I Z Wayne Griifm Brom DEBT OWED GRAND ARMY PatriotismIby the Ordtr The old soldier veteran of the civil war is a living epistle known presenceIand illustration of patriotism lent Grand Army of the Republic up of the honorably dis charged union soldiers None oth ers are eligible to membership in it It is a nonsectarian and nonpartisan politically organization and yet its fundamental principle is loyalty to the government It is a bulwark against treason and everything else that menace the welfare prosperity and safety of the nation To the children and young people the old soldier is ever an object of interest and his relation of his ex perience in the union government is more interesting and impressive than the printed page The creation of an intelligent citi zenship and the establishment of in stitutions necessary to the preserva tion and perpetuation of our republican form of government lie in the development and extension of our public schools Social order exalted views of life privilegesdnation are secured by an intelli gent and careful use of our oppor tunitiesThese things the Grand army of the the Republic seeks to secure and foster No greater service can be rendered to our country than to promote and establish her interests in the welfare intelligent and high moral quality of her people The veterans of the civil war see all this and for them they stand CANDLE MAKING INDUSTRY High Prices of Raw Material Said to Be Cause of Decline Their Use Falling Off In reply to inquiries from u manufacturer of candle molding machinery in Cincinnati Consul Giiivrul Hoosevclt of Hrusseln says that the nsl of candles la gradually disappearing cviii in itmote districts of the country winre potroliuiii is now in vets cniral use In hl1 e towns and yeftroleum have been superseded bj wadidwhich is principally attributed tu the high prices of raw material Although the use uf nnidhs fur domestic illuminating purposes in declining there still exist in ltol giiim throe manufactories Materials used therein t lie man ufacture of candles are stearine Btearic acid and parnllin Impor tant quantities of church candles situdfactured in Itelgium About nine tenths of the general output is ex thultdufacture of candles in Belgium would practically be ubatuloned Candles are mounted by ma chinery The machines are of German Trench and English origin the iermaii made machine predominating The capacity ufl machines in use varies from SO to 411 iifolds Average daily production is ibout 35111 pout Js fur each factory lhesuudleiudnsttwhlfheVene tian pronnces iN a comparatively important one The statistics for the port of Venice show that the exportation exceeded the im I portation by about 210000 In the calendar year 1JI04 Large quan tities lire also shipped to other parts of Italy of which there is no onicial record Altogether the field is It fair one for cxuloitntion Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsions summer as in winter- S sridfortreaaampl- dscorn If BOWNE Chembti 40415 Purl Street cwdr aa- NawYofk a by manufacturers of candle mak ing machinery although it is a fact that the rapidly extending use of electricity even in small villages correlatively reduces the more primitive methods of illum ination A hacking cough is most annoying One Minute Cough Cure draws the inflammation out of the throat chest and lungs Sold byZ Wayne Griffin Bro m ppHONESTY IN JOURNALISM No Paper Can Long Servive if it Lacks This Quality York UR UUpMcL Commenting upon the remarks credited to a relief of Governer Pennypacker in effect that the reforms noted in Philadelphia and elsewhere in this state have been brought about by the newspapers the Portland Ore Telegram ob serves that in every section of the United States where newspapers are honestly conducted depending on merit in public service their patron age such papers connstitute a force to be reckoned with The public says the Telegram reposes a trust in the newspapers which makes them in large measure the conservators of the general weal Now and then there are journals which prove recreant Co this trust papersthat in the service of special interest are incapable of developing either character or conscience The dishonest newspaper cuts but little figure in the general average and exerts but little influence against the progress of genuine reform The State of Pennsylvania and the city of serve simply as notable examples of the task which the press of the country is steadily andI successfully accomplishingI And the telegram might have ndI ded that those journals that prove recreant to the public trust do not long survive A dishonest newspaper can no more attain enduring success than can a dishonest indvid ual CASTOR IAF- or Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Betas tho ST Signature of JCajffce44 K r 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 land 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 CO This account It a bale of cotton Otherslcrops such as corn small grains grasses vegetables and fruits thrive as well IAlflJCIl yields 4 to G cuttings a and brings 10 to 16 per ton In other sections of these states and in Texas as well the rolling i hillland is especially adapted to stock raising and fruit growing I Land is very cheap 5 to 10 acre persacre The new White River country offers many opportunities for set tiers High rolling fine waterit is naturallyadapted to stock and fruit raising Can be bought as low as 8 per acre See this great country for yourself arid pick out a location Des criptive literature with maps free upon request The Missouri PacificIron Mountain System Lines sell reduced rates round trip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest good re turning 21 days with stopovers For descriptive literature maps time tables etc write to R TG MATTHEWS T P A I t Louisville Ky or H C TOWNSEND G P Ti Av St LouisMor I at- i 3sToRi4Aigclab1cPrcparalionfarAs uIll1UnglheStolDl1chsnndBowclsof nessandltestConlains nelllter OpiumMorplunc nor Iincral OT1dIVLCOTICarOhiiisrrRAlA7Cdi8R Jizf Surl- aUsit Ir rorConsUpanon Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of u rurc4s NEW YORK lEXACT COPY OF WRAPPER J 4 St to On of new and the the in on Our for a in is 45 of ann In this to a we will the of 15 on the or 25 on the h 4 to r rbe on sale the of this I want to HIT what you are aiming at bait bud beast er uret Male your ihot count by the For 41 years ARMS bays carried off for AC Our line Shotguns AU yiaf ist oa the Hycu eaa t liii frill 1 rII Sewt 4 m II ttli pt fv i u raee Cauloc I I cfccVliiu wuw cutout aeefer cncc fr root and I tr Mnattrs 11omeea Hanger wilt- be for to coati in stamp J Co 4098 U S A A T1RD R 1 r f f I 11 ii f I 6 CASTO t For Infants and Children I The Kind You Have Alway i BearsI i Signature of Iri- Usat For Over Y ar- CASTOR TN OTNYIONoNMgv Nat TOSS ore OUR CLUBBING THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville HeraldJ2THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 20C THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal lJ5f THE REPUBLICAN and Louis GlobeDemocrat 17E THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 12E COBmoplitan325THETHE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 3ZTHE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger IZE TIlE REPUBLICAN and National agazine 150 Address all orders THE REPUBLICAN VNA GREAT OFFER account moving info larger quarters Owensboro Business University Will make following great reduction rates scholarships regular rates single scholarship either department Combined course Bookkeeping Shorthand 8000 effort reach great spring enrollment make great sacrifice single course combined course 3000Iyour be I partIfplaced 10th Month Terms cash Address A MRISHER tOweusboroBusiness PresIOwensboro It I1N rMfftNWf1tttt fMI lisTElENSII WHEN YOU SHOOT Vou thoctinc STEVENS STEVENS PREMIER HONORS CURACY Rifles Pistols i PUIrO1 Beautifulthreecolor Aluminum forwarded Stevens Arms Tool POBox CmCOFEE FALLS MASs Subscribe for THE JBL- IoArk0perrea in advanceI g RIA ht Thirty II RATES aatva oss s9w BIG FOURi + New York Central Lines a The Best Line to FIndianapolis J- IPeoria r J Chicago J Toledo Detroiti ft t fOf V New York JBostontII I And all other points EasttInformation cheerfully fur I nished on application at City At f Ticket Office Big Four I Nof 259 Fourth avenue or write to I SJ GATES J Genl Agen 1Passenger Dept Ky 1HJ RHEINJPassenger Ageitv I Cincinnati 0 1 IV j if i d lfacurs I 1JIItji whaty u eat IVI Ii i h t 0 4 j Hartford Republican I j 1 toned bribe Hnrttorl InMlihlngCorapnoiN- CORroRAVKDI li CMRlRSETTEEdlton EtErnotae-C1nt brlancSM34V OUCh 2w rMC2 i I FRIDAY JUNE 1 r Examine the label on your paper If i It Is not correct notify us i NOBODY has been a liar for a week TilE Sultan gets an ultimatum in almost every mail CONGRESS will soon adjourn and the Presidents bear hunt will be i over HOBSON will doubtless learn tha all heroes look alike to Uncle Joe Cannon THE lid which Mayor Barth is us t ing in Louisville is an old one wits i cracks in it WHAT we want is a Rood rate bill no matter who has changed opinions or for wbat reason IF Congress doesnt settle the rate question soon the College Commencement orators will a IF you miss the Hartford Street Fair and Home Coming celebration you will always be sorry THERE is a certain propriety in a demand for Mr Bryans candidacy from Licking county Mo ABOUT the time the Democrats elect a President Wellman and Hersey will find the North pole WE lope Governor Beckham will take the same interest in seeing that the election laws are enforced in Louisville r IT is hinted that the ice trust is going to pieces this year The pieces it is safe to say will be smaller than ever THE saloon keepers of San Francisco fear that if they are not permitted I i to reopen soon their custom I ers will forget the habit Now is the time for Bryan to speak says Henry Watterson Let him speak to the heathen in Asia as long as they will stand it A NEW YORK physician says that automobiling will cure insomnia a This may be true but it so often puts the wrong one to sleep WE hope to get into our new quarters before the Street Fair where we will be glad to see all our old friends and many new ones ShOUidIGeorge DuRelle for Congress It has been pretty well demonstrated that George cannot be elected there He is track worn BOB TAYLOR who is to succeed Carmack in the senate is reported to have had his eye on the senate twentyeight years This will doubtless encourage Mr Addicks to stay in the game a while longer Is the Hartford Heralds failure to condemn the action of the State Beard of Equalization in proposing I to raise the assessed value of farmland in Ohio county onefifth its as sessed value oversight or is ic in tentional FOR a change Caleb Powers ought to be granted a trial by a jury selected in the ordinary way Democratic panel has become mo notonous and its palpable unfair ness in three trials will if presisted- in a fourth time make a Dreyfus of Powers IF Blackburn could not beat the machine in the senatorial race we doritsee how he is to do it in the race for Governor The only way to beat that crowd is to do it by I 01 electing a Republican State ticket I The indications are chat times will 1t I be ripe for it ncTyyear I i ur ONEmujtlJe either for protection 4 aI111 1 rotfreeJrade If protection Sfob berye trade Is the cmly el r ftVfaf If one believes it ia rbtjbery- neshtuld 1 pt 1I11 be for free trade A taree c s y I it l ltf for revenue only is part robbery Making the amounta little less by revision or reduction rites net meet ir I the situation TilE County Board of Supervisors raised assessments in Ohio county to the extent of one hundred and fift seven thousand dollars Now the State Board proposes to raise farmlands twenty per cent Looks as though the time isnearwhen the mar who owns little is the one who is n the best condition TWELVE unsolicited new subscrib ers is our record for the past week This is unmistakable evidence that lour readers not only appreciate the splendid paper we are giving them but also call the attention of their neighbors to the excellencies of TilE REPUBLICAN We certainly appreci ate the kindly assistance of our readersIacquittal of Mr J E Chittenden editor of the Crittenden Record at Smithland Monday is strikingly sig nificant Mr Chittenden was inI beIcausewhich juries are paper selected in the I Smithland Circuit Court The verdict is a wise one A Court is nothing more nor less than a man after all and if his conduct is open to criticism why should it be a viola tion of the law to offer just censure RENDER May 29Will LafToon was in Central City last Wednesday Messrs Harvey and David Wat kins of Central City were here last WednesdayJno Spence and Dr H B Innes were in Hartford last Thurs dayMiss Isabel Fair returned from Hartford last Thursday after a few lays visitIMrs S E Lamastus went to Deanfield last Friday A T Bishop of Rockport was here last SaturdayIJ J Tilford postmaster of ville was the guest of his brother J W Tilford today Mr and Mrs Jno Jennings of Mortons Gap are the guests of their son Sam at this writing Mrs S M Tilford of Horse Branch is the guest of her son J W Tilford Miss Carrie Roll is visiting in Ft Branch IncU- R D Burton was promoted today as electrician at the Echols minesSimon Stephens left today for Nashville Tenn on business Lewis Keown and Henry Garrett are on the sick list r FORTHE BUSY READER Official announcement was made by Chief Justice Fuller of the ap proaching retirement of Justice Brown from the Supreme Court t By mutual consent the strike in the Illinois coal mines was settled Monday and 55000 men returned to work at noon W The Democratic Committee for the Fourth Congressional and Third Appellaate district nominated Ben Johnson of Nelson county for Con gress and Judge J B Robison for appellate judge John F Stevens chief engineer of the Isthmian Canal Commission says he has no fear ofa serious revolu tien in Panama He saysthe country must decide at once what style canal shall be dug New Cure for Epilepsy J B Waterman of Waterman 0 Rural free delivery writes My daughter afflicted for years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills She has not had an attack for two years Best body pillsion rBrG drug store Thanks for Patronage The members of the Ladies Aid Society Christian church desire to thank all those who so kindly gave them aid in preparing to serve re freshments at Court Hall lastThurs evening and also to the public for liberal patronage HoodssinrIIa lMy eIVI + Mi r adicIii fat owili k wpsra from tIy toi ft1I Stood Medicine MAY GRAND JURY All Farmers But One Six Demo crates and Six Republicans Average Age 54 It is always of interest to most folks and especially to persons who have business in court to know the personality of individuals who con stitute our juries The grand jury which adjourns last Saturday was made up of the following gentlemen age political and religions belief as indicated William Lyons foreman 58 year old Baptist and Democrat J D Ralph sheriff 43 years old Metho dist and Democrat S J Hawkins clerk 52 years old Democrat and Baptist Elmer Barnard 15 years old Republican and Methodist Isham Lee 60 years old Democrat J B Howard 61 years old Republican and Univcrsalist R Ashby 73 years old D mocratI and Baptist C D Bean i old Republican and Methodist John C Westerfield 73 years old Baptist and Democrat John W Sanderfur 40 years old Republican and Methodist William Delaney 43 years old Republican and Metho dist J B York 45 years old Republican and Methodist All farmers except oneMr J B Howardwho is a hotel keeper Average age 54 years A Texas Wonder Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 90 pounds has grown to over 180 He says I suffered with- a terrible cough and doctors gave me up to die of Consumption I was reduced to 90 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Dis ccvery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough and Cold cure Guran teed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free SMALLHOUSE- Mrs Birdie Nichols and children and MrCecil Drake and wife were the guests of their mother Mrs Sallie Drake a few day last week Mr Drake and wife accompanied Mrs Nichols to her home at South Car rollton for a short visit They will then go to Alton III where Mr Drake will engage in teaching Messrs Clarence Overhults Thomas Drake Chester and Ben Ross G W Barnard Misses Debbie Taylor and Nettie Geiger went to Hartford last week Miss Cora Kimbley entertained a number of her friends Thursday eveningMr Kimbley who has a posi tion on the Str Bowling Green was at home on a visit last week Master Walter Withrow of Central City is the guest of his grand parents Mr and Mrs N D Fulk ersonMrs James Withrow and little daughter Bertha accompanied by her brother Oscar Brown spent from last Friday until Monday with her sister Mrs Emma Barnes near PrentisMr B Ross and mother MrsI Jennie Ross went to South FridayMr I Hunter went to Ceralvo SaturdayMr I Luck Misses Eunice and Annie Bishop Masters Arlie and Chelton Bishop of Matanzas were in our midst Friday night the famIlilyThe ice cream and strawberry supper given by Messrs Thomas Drake and J H Addington was largely attended and all who were i present report a fine timeIMr and Mrs W P Howell of Island were the guests of their daugh ter Mrs Ada Barnard from Friday until Monday Mrs Stanley of Beaver Dam is the guest of her daughterMrs G H Lawrence Mrs Sallie Drake is spending a few days with her daughter Mrs i Will Nichols of South Carrollton Mrs Nellie Maddoic and little son Raymond of Linton Ind were the guests of Mr AlvsG Calloway and family from Thursday until Saturday ft 11 Mr James Callowaytwas in ur community the iHtUr partjiof the week i V v I hisIlistere K When the Hair Palls Then its time to acts No time to study to read to experi ment I You want to save your hair and save it quickly too So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp healthy The hair stays in It cannot do any thing else Its natures way The best kind ol a testimonial Sold tor over sixty years LowUIII L AZJeT3CatRRY PCCTORAU of Iday I Mr and Mrs Caz Mason and chil dren visited friends at Central City last Friday Mr Owen Hunter returned from Louisville yesterday Mr Fred Boone was the guest of his parents near Ceralvo Sunday David Oldham made a flving visit to Breckenridge county last week Misses Ida and Altha Addington and Sophia Ball and Mr Herschel King attended the post burial of Rev Joshua Miller at Hopewell SundayMr Lawrence Falls of Rough is expected to visit his sister Mrs C T S Overton this week 01ti TORtJust ceIIcI REAL ESTATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find youLus Note These Bargains One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a bargain at 800 402 acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court- House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information furnished on application List your property with us We will find a buye- rBRRPTT X SMITH Real Estate Agents Republican Office Hartford Ky Jewell Peacock I have just purchase from Tom Wilson Bro for 70000 this high ItewillimakeiMyers 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 Peacock 498 he by Blue Jeans 3 Jordan Peacock 1148 Dam Lena River by Cabells Lexington T S 2nd Dam by Louis Jordan thor he by Imported Jordan 3rd Dam by Wagoner thor Peacocks Dam by Le frond 2nd am by Phillips Black 3rd barn by Gen TaylorJew ejliecpck Dam Katie Lee by Hazel woods Y Niitalwood heby Nut wood tlo condoM T y Berthune he by Cab tonTALtEN1- M1 a l e te town Ky ppppppppi- I LP Barnes Bro I II Hot Weather Wearabies II IIAre strongly in evidence at our store Hot Weather Dress stuH of every description at a nice ill range of prices White Waist ng White Drs vC Linens Swisses in White and fancies Batistes 11114all other popular Press and Artist Fabrics are on asale and you can easily haul a combination of nit Ijft terial and prices that is sure to please JUiC 3 AskatTo see our White and Colored Parasols and Urn iC brellas The line is extraordinary and the price I 475ca 500 a = fans I13uyone of our nice fans and keep cool We are I 15cp25c oOc 75c SI 125 V 1 Summer Clothing Alpaca Coats Serge Coats and vests and Serge graypp Crown Brands at all prices and in nil the new x x Patternsxp Millineryp Hats x vapChippx 1 rV p Chiffon Hats the Black Chip Hats the Dla l1p Braid Hats Everything desirable in Millinery is Represented here I p I E Beaver Dam 2 I Hartfords First Train r Will bring many pee pIe to inspect the ole gant line of Jewelry Optical Goods and Re pair Department of the new Jewelry Store 4 which lies opened up in the now Opera j louse on Main street t You are also invited to come along whether you are in thu market for any t thing or not Make my store your headquarters when E in Hartford I also want to announce that I have Permanently Located rewelryiClock and Jewelry repairing done on short notice and guaranteed to give entire satisfaction I provide Glasses to meet every defect of vision My charbt examinvrYours respectfully JB TAPPANi The Leading Jeweler and Opticiantf 14 I HARTFORD Ic- yt oj t t aUt HS H U j 11 Iti tfltT It an ru It it HIJt s bSttiifr The l Repub1 can 4 t i i 0 t 4r V a H r u- 0 4 J I Specials at IFairsf jthirtysixinch guaranteed best Talleta Silk regular 125 quality at 1 I It Yardwide white Habuti wash Sill worth 05c at j q only 18c 1 1 k- Fortyfour1 inch extra fine quality black Mohair the 125 quality for only 1 a yard r 1 1Fiftydozen Ladies Bleached Taped Neck and arm hole Vests the 15c quality for only lOc a pair A One piece 72inch pure bleached linen Table 1a- maskthe usual 75c quality for only 50c a yard 7- j Twenty pieces threefourths Table Oil Clofhn- e standard quality that sells everywhere at 20c Our special price 15e a yard I Five pieces Dress Linens Thirtysix inches wide 1 i wliitc Linens usual 35c quality at 25c Yardwide fine quality Irish Linen at 45c Two and a half yards wide Linen Sheeting for Dresses at 1 Brown blue 1andgreen Linens 30inches wide at 20c yard I i 7 Twentyfive pieces White Lace Curtains 31 yards j long with a beautiful floral draped border would be an ornament to any room actual value 150 a pair Our special price only 100 per pair Fairs Basement We are always busy in it Why Because we are V giving to our trade dailyuseful articles at prices 25 per I icent lower than others give you Visit us whether I you want to buy or not Always glad to show you all i through Everything 5c and lOc Nothing higher I Trade With the Bargain Givers 4 I J I r EJG = 1 llt- j I Clothing Hat E lit 1 And Shirt Sale II lit 4 Thursday June 7 1906 E I tfi lit JP Bargains for all Dont fail to g- Jtee we will offer for this day = omy We will show you lots oflit= nice Clothing Hats and Shirts for jj I less than the original cost You lit lit wont lose any money or time if you = I = come and look = I biLONG lit I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 1 tlllnoleb nrrIRalrb jiTlm I 1I I 1 r Tabler C t j I I 1 4 lr l- lN1fllfNY t f No m Mlli pLL t H 141J a Ifillldil tfpaI- IiI24rNP r It11ddNaYna l I1 IWiieitCityRetkul ttttai Jt a + e iLrlF 1 q Buy your Clothing at Carson Co A new line of White Swisses at Fairs Fora nice aft utnmer Shirtsee Fairs line Ice Picks and Ice Hooks in Kairs Basement I For iipretty eirp br Matting s tIilliie 1 MrL Bewen Ech oJsw a- F I er M nday 4 3rrS u Buy your Shoes and Oxfords at Carson Co I The American Lady Corset found only at Fairs For a pretty stylish Slipper you should see Fairs 0 McCall Paterns lOc and 15cu Fairs None higher Oh my that Ice Cream at City Restaurant aint it good When you buy Fairs Millinery you gctstyle and quality You are sure to gciyour moneys worth at City Restaurant Mr CleH Smith Taffycalled to see us while in town Tuesday Those Sweet and Sour Pickles at City Restaurant are so rood Mr M L Poiles Adaburg called to see us while in town Monday Call at Z Wayne Griffins Drug Store for all kinds of cool drinks Mr A R Carson Louisville is the guest of his father J L Carson Mr K C Byers Friedaland called to see us while in town Tuesday Born to the wife of Mr L H Webb Nocreek the 28th ult a fine girl Mr Noah White Narrows made us a pleasant call while in town Tuesday Esq John M Graham was a very pleasant caller while in town Mon day 0 Mr Z Wayne Griffin was in Louisville on business the first of the week Mr J P Rowe Centertown was a very pleasant caller while in town Monday Mr J P Coleman Beaver Dam was a very pleasant caller while in town Monday Mr W M Flener of the Eas Hartford Neighborhood was a pleasant caller Tuesday Miss Bessie Cox of Livermore was the guest of her aunt Mrs J W Ford the first of the week Mr John Pendleton Taylor is spending his vacation with his rents Hon and Mrs H P Taylorf e Just think pf it Saunders sells 18lb of standard granulated sugar for 100 and you get a ticket worth five cents Judge WB Taylors new residence on Clay street has been completed and Judge Taylor and family have moved into same Dont forget that Sanders will give you a better dinner than any other place in town and it only cost you 15cts At Saunders grocery Mr Soseph Jett of Fordsville who has been a member of the petit jury during the present term of court called to see us last Saturday Mr and Mrs Worth Tichenor and daughter Miss Edith of Liver more were the guests of relatives- in Hartford Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Sally Reynolds of Reynolds and little Miss Jessie Landrum were the gnests of Mr and Mrs Frank Westerfield the latter part of last week Mr Lee Long and family and Mr Henry Long returned Tuesday from Powderly Ky where they had been the guests of relatives for a few days Elder W B Wright will fill his regular appointment at the Christian church here next Sunday and Sun day night On Sunday night Elder Wrightwill deliver a sermon for the special benefit of young men and women Arrangements have been made by the A Sof E with Mr H B Sherman National Organizer of Greens burg Ind to be present and deliver an address in the afternoon of Friday June 22 farmers day at the Hartford Street fair Mr Garfield Barnard who has for the past several months been in of the section 16 main line of IC railroadwit head quarters at Horse Branch has been transfers ed to the Owensboro branch with headquarters tJeaPileldI Mr and Mrs W H Renfrowand little son Edwa d and Miss Martha ThcnrjaSy Dun eMI8 S B Van Meter BeavdDam and lIttle Miser E6tte7Cecil Whitesville were DrJanaMrs SJ Wedding last week H T 1 Y iul Some special prices in Fairs Mil linery department this week Dr A L Schanzenbaccher Rosine was a pleasant Caller Tuesday Mr J C Chamberlin Nocreek was a pleasant caller Wedneaday- t If you are in need of Furniture Stoves or Carpets come to Carson Co Mr Sam T Barnetts residence on Washington street is nearing com pletion Esq B S Chamberlin and son Sherman were pleasant callers Wednesday The most uptodate Soda Foun tain in town is at Z Wayne Griffins Drug Store kindsIand wagons Miss Addie Van Meter Beaver Dam is the guest of Miss Nora Wedding this week Mr Cleo Wallace of the West Hartford neighborhood was a pleas ant caller Wednesday IHev Mrs Woosleywill preach at church next Sun day and Sunday Bight Better qualities and lower prices are found at Fairs in clothing than other houses show you rMeney saved by you when you buy in Fairs Basement Everything 5c and lOc None higher Mr M W Barnard of the West Hartford neighborhood was a very pleasant caller Tuesday Misses Fannie Cox and Hattie Barnett are the guests of relatives and friends at Elkton Ky Mr ETw7kincheloe and Miss Jessie Maddox of Rtckport were pleasant callers Tuesday attSaunders grocery I should say so I never drink any where else An Ice Cold Drink of Soda Cream at Z Wayne Griffins will make life worth living this hot weather Rev Chester Stevens has complet ed his years work at Georgetown College and has returned home 9Mr Escar Wbosley Caheyville typogrnphical Coca Cola Lime Juice Orange Ice and any other cold drink you may like made to order at Z Wayne Griffins We are in need of Spring Chickens Old Hens Eggs Wool and all kinds of good country produce CARSON Co Mrs R M Thornberry Owens boro is the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett on Fredrica street For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf Mr Hiley Taylor died at his resi dence at Beaver Dam last Friday after a brief illness His remains were interred at the Liberty Ceme tery Saturday Dr A F StanI wet to Dean field Wednesday under direction of the Board of Health to investigate the smallpox situation there He found one well developed case and vaccinated ten others who had been exposed Miss Nettie Hogers was called to Bowling Green the latter part of last week on account of the serious illness of her sister and as a result of which the beginning of the summer term of Hartfords Busipess Insti tute of whichMiss Rogers is princi pal had to be postponed until Mon day June 4th Marvin Stevens a resident of the Liberty Neighborhood died from the effects of a horse kick Tuesday at noon Mr Stevens went into the stable to curry a horse which kicked him in the stomach from which he died in a few minutes His remains were Interred at Liberty Wednesday afternoon The following officers wjiVeJ efe dvby the HarffoV Khlhteof Pythiia lodge at the rrp infr Tuesday ni Harriett Chancellor pJaMr N Ge rge Lewis Master rmB iWt9daj Ib flCult JJ 1Veeee0uter i T Baugeta- Master of War R fKeeero I Seal PlrtteL yZ I y Jf i 1 t fr t l IIll I 1VV VVI VVVCIVW yVUWV UKeepGet into one of our light pleasant and Dressy Summer Suits Put one on and you can defy old r Sol andshow him for once that he cannot make it too hot for you when you are wearing one of our Summer Suits Why should you not have one when yoAclue get them fib low as 350 and upTe have a swell line of threepiece Suits in Grays the very latest andImost fashionable Blue Serges which arc the leaders 4 5 in style now and the very best and the always styl ish Black Thibet Suits D Single Breasted with vent in back or sidelong of short style 5 750 860 10 1250 and 15 4 I 45 45 A Swell LineOf odd Pants can be found here by the stylish dresser also by anyone else who desires a pair of 4 5 Pants for dress business and work use They are made in the very latest and most pleasing fashion We can fit anybody Prices 5Qc to 5 U DONT FORGETT- hatwe Hold the Reputation 4 5 of being tHe tt tt tt Clothing Headquarters For Ohio County We carry a large and good stock of high grade and fine make Cloths for men of moderate means al ways made in the very latest styles The poor man 4 5 and the man of small earnings can always find him self a Suit to suit his taste and pocketbooktoo Besides the large stock of Clothing we carry a large line of Shoes Hats Neckwear Shirts Ete Pair treatment Guaranteed everyoneSAM BACHfl Hartford Ky THErTerm j Of The Hartford u Business Institute OPENS MAY 28k We are prepared to give you thoiough training in Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping in all its forms practical everyday LawSof BusinessBusiness Methods and Customs Rapid Calculation Commer cial Arithmetic Business Correspondence Penmanship Spelling English Shorthand and Typewrit e ing can enter at any time and become properly classified Write us for terms at one and enter school now and increase your money Burning capacity from twenty or twentyfive to fin or seventyfive dollars per month Never put dt till tomorrow what should be done today Please give this matter your earnest attention at once I M NETTLE ROGERS Principals Nx o Messrs C M Barnett David Moreland and JfevMW jfolbraok went to Frankfort flfteifirat 6f tie week toi appear befeW the Beard of EqualizatienfbP the Pt1r1 powJof beard to takeoff JTm 4 of 2i1 per cent na bunt a ThY- t report 4 iJbaidevenIt Ih ffley iHiriiMc1cf ng b tN tneMx + j btrthe t uMfearp ti00 s I r i t r Marriagfe Lfceasc The following lieese to wed have S been issued since our last repors Leslie take Taffy age 22 to Au- duesrodveHeflin f age U2 Lowe t- P 1 ide Liiganii ort Ky age 23 I to ntetWriaael S 18toWil3ieap r1e tottlon are t9 a1 1171r taltviCCHl- i r ANCIENT WATER VILLAGES Strange Relic of Old Customs Pr vailing in German Forest of the Spreo Cnllcd Sprecwald One of the most interesting re I gions in the Old Fatherland h the socalled Spreidwald the Forest of the Spree situated not far from the German capital in the province of llramlenlinrg re fates the Technical World Maga zinc Each village is a litle Ven islandIare 1bridges siifllciehtly raised to boats to pass under them Dios- of the houses with their barns and stables rest on piles and I there is generally a strip of art ficial terra firma either in front or at the rear of every building By means of these land strips antiI of the bridges the slender communication is kept through lout the district but most of tit and amusement is car elkvied on through the canals which hfghwaysicross the whole region It is on that all traffic is Iconducted in boats during the 1Iriod from spring when the last vestige of frost and ice are disap gearing until the end of autumn You see the letter carrier shoot u p- and down the canals erforininx his duties in his frail craft the police glide leisurely along the banks watching everything going on peasants bring the products of their toil to the nearest towns i children go to and from school young mothers dressed in their Sunday clothes are rOtfd In church carrying in their arms i a small queer looking bundle from which two large eyes in a tiny face stare at the stranger in won derment baby is going to be bap tined an important moment with this strongly religious people JOHN HAYS RARE LETTERS Like His Conversation They Were Never Dull or Lacking in Interest There has been few better let I tel writers than John Hay He wrote more nearly as lie talked than any man I have ever known writes Joseph Jtucklin Bishop in A Friendship with John Hay in Century and as he could not talk in a dull or uninteresting way so he could not write a duliI letter Some day when tinn hall not have made it indiscreet y to publish a compilation of his let tees they should be given to tin world They will prove to be tint buttthe history of the time in whic- t he lived and in which he bore so honorable lull useful a i i would be quite out of the IJlllstloll1- to1 publish then unto for they relate intimately to men now liv lug and to public alVairs 1still III process of IhlllllllI like many brilliant nut write with the obvious expec tat hut that his letters would be published He lit himself go free ly as was his wont in familiar conversation and ihcopse quence was that he never wrote t without saying something that the recipient of the letter would iliost unwillingly lit die MOVING IS NOW FINE ART Proposition ns It Is Faced ToDay Is Tar from That cf a Generation Ago Says Expert bigia gen iration ago when furniture and household belongings were indis criminately piled into vans have hardly noticed the transmission to the present neat compact alnl ellVctivc method of transporting them says the Philadelphia Bee ord Yet vans are now twice to big liS of yore and those III which valuable furniture is carried are usually padded t Fhesewinigofeauvasorburlni- about t valuable articles of furni lure intruded for shipment is tin must noticeable feature of im proved moving methods said an andtf I preparing articles in this way Every storage house and large furniture establishment emplou several The HumanBlock A perfect head viewed front th e AkE h side tails within a perfect Miufm averaging nine inches for a 1111111I SvlinanoUmbrella Buoy The doctor of a French mail steamer fell out of a boat whiles being rowed to the vessel recent ly An open umbrella which he had in his hand kept hint afloat until he was picked up Just Down She Where is that mustache you were going to raise IleOh it hasnt turned up yet Well there seems to be a little Statestloon 1Tough Customers Certain species of mosquitoes hibernate in the adult state others in the larvae state und some In the egg Larvae live through a winter in solid ice WHALERS ARE ICEBOUND Some of the Vessels Rave Not Touched Port for Several Seasons and Provisions Are Scarce Almost the entire whaling fleet front Sun Francisco is pinched In the ice somewhere to the east waatl of Point Barrow says a writer In the San Francisco Chronicle Word came early in December in a telegram front Uualaska sent by the captain of I one of the steamers which had esI hOIlW1wlIldwere bound out Some have been away front port for two seasons and must be nearly out of provisions but others sailing from Stun Fran- Cisco last spring provisioned for two years will be able to supply what these lack In addition to I this there is a government sta I tion at Point Barrow where a warehouse is kept well supplied with provisions for the whalers so that the crews are in little dan ger of suffering from hunger To the eastward of Point Bar row th said Capt Williams who chased the bowhead in those waters 41 years ago They are all right i they can either nude till station at Point Barrow or g to Herschel island where some of them may be now They will lie up in shallow water with a fath 0111 or two under their keels where the ice will comparatively thin only live or six feet thick They will hank up tilt snow all about their vessels as high as the decks Each whaler entries enough lumber to roof in the deck and there will be their workshop and playhouse mid they will be warm and snug They ran rut links in tbevhwatt northern stretch are tilled with caribou and theyeon have all tin hunt ing they dishierEach whaler that goes up there takes dogs mltl sleds they make a big killing Ihl1 blast out a cellar IU deep and put their cari inn ducks and otieugaame in cold storage and when till cook wants meat he goes down cellar with a crowbar and pries oil enough for the mess Every whaler rums a good li Mary and 11111 healthy men will tind some way to amuse them selves with good hunting sledding and tools to make almost vet IuI lag It will benexl August at least before the imprisoned vessels can move Irom their Icy prisons Beware of Ointments for Catarrh ThatContalns Mnrcury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when enter usediexcept on prescriptions from reputa theyIyou can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 con tains no mercury and is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by FT Cheney Co Testimonals free Sold by all druggists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for constipation eSubscribe for Tail REPUBLICAN I CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Imm iDsst Couph Synp Tortes Ccod Use In time Sid by drugtlsts BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If yon havent reealtr hf lthy movement of the bowels every diTyour 111 or will be Keep your bowels open and bo well Free In the sblpe ot violent phrilc or put poison U dtngtroni The smoothest eclat most perfect way of keeplcc the bowels clear and clean li to tsk- aCANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY Fleaiant Palatable Potent Ttite Good Do Good Never Blekrn Weaken or Orlpet 10 25 and U eenta per box Write for free simple and book i let on health Address 4U Sterling Remedy Company Chlcaoo or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN cl J 4 CURESRHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATIC- ANEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE SDIOPS taken internally rids the blood of the poisonous mutter and acid which are the direct causes of these diseases Applied externally It affords almost In steal relief from pale wblle a permanent cure li being effected b the blood dissolving the poisonous sub stance sod removing It from the system DR S D BLAND Of Bren ton Oa writes I bid boo auanr for a number of ytan with Lumbago and KUcumatlim la tar arm i and legiaod tried att tb remedies that I could gather from medical worn and also consulted with aDumber ofti best PbnelanbuttonndD- OlblnlfJbO gnrs tli billa tshalt it to my Ircucetot rbeumatlio a- oaFREE rIT dtaeua If you are lufferlnr with nbeumatlsm Neuralala Kidney Trouble or any kin dred disease write to us for a trial battle of DROpS and test It rourielf DROPS can be used anr length of time without acquiring a drug habit as It Is entirely free of opium cocaine alcohol laudanum and other llmllar Ingredients Large tlUO Ri Uotfle trSala7UrugglilsDelta SWAK3CH RHEJMATIO OURE COMPANY Went 80 100 Lone Street Chluc noel TRADEMARKS K mjtly obtain 4 i- 1IIUI1I ou Ij Uuutuiii PATENTS THAT PAY a tathoulhotvugllyettr LXJRT uuiilit j ntuUi ess- KtiJ nJpL riiot ic LU tel for FflEC rrjMrt nil lA ntAbilil ror nl prattLe SURPASSING RCFERCNCES iur Inv Ouilo lliikonl tlVr jwdtnto WASHINGTON StrootD C s DYIKUV1VO It quickly and nets Lost Vitality Impoteucr Nigbtly Emlulont Lost rowerFalllog Memory Wastlnz Dliessesand all effects ot cellabuio or exceisand Indiscretion which unatsonoforstudybuelnesaormelrla5e It not only cures by starting at Iho teat of disease but Uagreat nerve tonlo and blood builder bring log back tbe pink glow to palo cheeks and rtstoring the aro of ynnth It rd oil JuuDltl sad Consumption InOxt on having KEVIVO no other It can be carried In vest pocket Or mill 8100 perpscksse or six for 81S00 with a post tive written enarantee to cure or refund the money nook and advlio free Address Qua t14 MEDICINE CO cmcAoolTu1- For sale in Hartford Ky by J H Williams druggist n SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER 1 LOUISLouisville o a v radius of only 6 macs It leads the leans arm wagons sewer pipo wooden coxes and In producing and handling whisky solo I eather cement tobacco ax handle and plumbers supplies Louisville Istho home olthelarcest organ factory I n the world the factory In the South and one of plow fac torlesln the world and has 8 electric Inter urbanllnet Louisville acltyof BEAUTI FUL HOMESI Its city property valuation Is 200000000 It has the grandest Park system In the United States and many maz niflcent public buildings and churches and is the home oflh WORLDS COM MERCIAL SCHOOL at this school do THOROUGH never bo In want of a rood poSition In a booming en terprising city like Louisville NOW Is the time to lnyestlgate free BRriHTiSTRiTTOHBUSiKESSCOLlEGE LOUISVILLE KY 500 Safety Razor Set FREE- r f SAFETY RAZOR IS I The simplest easiest Each Razor and 7 blades DETTERIhow to use it A positive MONEY REFUNDED IF TOE BVTjn nEADT It the most recent evolution of the Safety Razor It has revolu yessterdayreach of everyone Everheadyminutes from lather to clean skin A smooth velvety casv and clean shave wheth peculiarting the taco- Economy in using the Ready Razor Tim COST TO YOU will be iess than 1 cent per shave It moans not only eue pleasure comfort cleanliness and convenience In hnv YOlllIaeyear to you- TACiI III A DH nccordlnir tn rare taken will be good tor at least 12 or moo shaves IWhen Blades Arc Dull IIOTIIIU iiavim them honed und rehnrprne You will receive n coupon with your Safety set with instructions how to obtain seven sharp blades for your ten dull ones for the small cent of 35 rents You wilt also receive with each new set of blades nil additional coupon for future use- Guarantee rvnrtY JAIITV sirr Is positively guar anteed to Rive intlufnctkm or money will bo refunded Instructions how to adjust blotto the frame and how to usa the P ifety Itn 1Eor will accompany r Irh and e ery et Tho and seven Ilader are neatly packed Iu a beautiful satin lined case assuring safety I In mailing or shipping PACMMIIK OP CASE caseIl Tho Safety and blades are ccurulv In n dnrnble satinlined now TO OBTAIN THIS RAZOR SETTiOrder Blank Safety Razor Outfit RKIUULICAN Gentlemen I enclose 310 for one years subscription to the HE PUBLICAN and Daily TimesStar and the everready Safety Razor with seven blades packed in case all shipping expenses paid and guaranteed Name City n H F D No Staten NOTE Old subscribers taking advantage of this offer will have their subscription extended one year from the present date of expiration Spe cat terms for the outfit for less than a yearly Write for them BALLSA for the hair makes the hair grow long and heavy Always restores color to gray hair aU the dark rich color of StopS falling hnlr also Sold for fifty CLEGTRIG Quick Relief and Care for Head ache Bachachte Dlzzlne Indigestion Malar4 etc heWORLD- In manufacturinirof thelargesl LEADING Enroll youll Catalogue A Ever pnrlted HABTFORI order VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer splendldtonlc youth yearsluorlsitlmw DITTERSThe best tonic Curative UIMedicine for these die sails SOc Guaranteed L i 4 I SifULCJJJa171 fL11 r T 0 UIURNTT C K SMITH BABNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW I111t1FIttlltT59- 11prnrtlatlrirprlleluuhi nil the rnnrta Ohio 11111 Hiljiiliiluirrniiiitlni iiiul ruart nf Atpenli Sprrlnl trillion Klvcn to nil tiu lmfIUru il their rare Ilieelluu inl tlm Irnrtlc nlirlin Irmlnnil llenl Kutntu luw Mimlnltln Oltlreln UliiHLirAK IliillilluK FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IIAKTtOIIH Ian 4 t ttlll irncflre hl prnhwluu In Ohio And nd ntllln county nml In the xonrt of Appeal CrlmlniU iriirtln nml rnll vtlnn u Itdult- Orflreln Ik lltruld liullillntf CHAS M CROWE j LAWYER HAitTroiti KY I ItllprnetlrhiproteIon In pull tb court sf Ohio anil mlfilnlnir munllni end In tie four of Ai rnl llerinlatlentlnnglttntyerlmhaler- nctirenndlnenlleellonee Offlrv corner Mnr krt and CebtrrtnartaThounr rollr iptolrs I JNO B WILSON A11On LAW IHARTFORD KY l1lnhUIlIun irlnn to rnllertliintnskln mUDIR R WEDDING Attorney at Law I HARTFORD KY PirIConrtIfuOhlucauuty M I IIIAVIIIV KIINTHI 11111111119IHEAVRIN WOODWARD cl aS lat etClL l KTVllSlr In all the Coort oflpeel lit nedenilrthinu 5 YANCY L MOSLEY I ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartfnnl Kentucky Will prnctlrelil ulnn In nil tha Court of Dhlii and adjoining ronoll nod In tha Court of I 1nppelstbn Nntnrjr Inlille Omroar Klmt Nntlcinnl hark v 1111 IIAIINRS S A AMPIIIISIIN e4 BARNES ANDERSON Itorn s an Counselors at LailIiiAiirroitu KY The nnilfn lcniH nnnonDre that thov fnngrlnpnrtnahlpfnr the prnctlfr buInil ruurt Slate mud IXrrnl with nfflivn rldrof halo Ferret ll u e fnnl Kr AItrnrtlnue Tltlr and Illlirntliin uf fwtlnp Tltlrt l liil Kmnte olll Iw ulrrn 01 g ul iittrntlnii Nuinrr In iiitli- vIIIHHMNn s A ASIIIISIIN KILLTHECOUCHIAND CURE THE QSIWITH Dr Kins eNew VJaryI asi00f0ij eo I T r+ trrrmarHurcct rnu Ctt cawt Ca o for all THROAT r rG IROUB 1 LES orKGj r = TO run PATENTS I PROCURED IDDEPENDIDeendswd 4 drAwiiitf nq wlu ri free Icu how to obulu rtcu4 train luAtU eop1t1j1betc IN ALL COUNTRIES Jlislutsl dire t tetlt WatAlunlon tavti mnnry and ftin ke falml IIJExclusivelyWrltoorcomotuuiat IU HlmU Strut opp United state Patent Ode WASHINGTON D C t I n i ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONEI COMPANY I I IlnroxrneATrul I The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned and operated I by home people Good service at reasonable Prices for toll ser- I I vice which is being constantly ex I tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 eta 30 miles lbcts45miles 20 cts c I J WOBA NON Mgr Beaver Dam K y s t FREE TRIP TO y MAMMOTH CAVE Offered By The Republican to School Boys of Ohio County How many persons in Ohio county have seen the Mammoth Cave r 4 Situated less than 100 miles from us it is visited every year by people from every landas one of the seven wonders of the world Doubtless many of our readers have been embarrassed when in other States they were asked to describe thewondiirful Kentucky Cave and were compelled to admit to the utter astonishment of the ques tioner that they have never seen it To contribute somewhat toward this necessary part of the boys education the management of this paper has decided to inaugurate a pilgrimage to the cave for thej first week 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 noX more than 20 years old January 1 1903 will be entitled to be voted for The candidate receiving the largest number of votes cast for any one jn hi district will be entitled to the trip Every candidate must reside in th district from which he is named and the right is reserved to withdraw- e the offer in any district from which only one is nominated Every years subscription to THE REPUBLICAN of 100 whether arrears or advance will entitle the subscriber to 10 votes and six months subscription to votes The names of candidates with number of votes received to fat will be published each week No employe or member of the family I any one connected with this paper will be elligible as a candidate Persons sending votes bmall will please cut out and use the following ballot THE DJSTRJCTSIThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No 1En1t and West Hartford East and iWest Beaver Dam and Prcntis voting precincts DISTRICT No2 Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan voting I precincts DISTRICT No sEast and West Fordsville flJtnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 5Beds Heflin liuford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No 6Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7Northand South Rockport McHenry Render an Cool Springs voting precincts 1 11 1 1 1 11V1 11111 1- f OI I J Free Trip to Mammoth Caver j U j j I votesI Vhi alfe In bIo IS and SO jrciim I Q District No Precinct I ISIgne t I I Address State County r1 w111RAND- ALL m BBaE tB mWhenI STOP AT Setitiitigs m l- r i 1 EUROPEAN HOTEL II The Home for Ohio County People Elegant Clean Rooms and Polite Attention S 1V Corner Second and Jefferson Streets COLLINS GRIFFIN Props IEJ a II BLACK BIRKHEAD E- I = PROPRIETOR JI = = Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer I fi AND FREIGHT LINE i + j = Meets all trains Al- soGenemJ J- it Liverymen = J = Best of attentiOli given to stock New stable Main jj = street Hartfbrd Ky = Subscribe for The Hartford Republican 9e s I x S1 REEl FAm7 t 1 I t w- Andi Home Coming of Ohio Counf tlans to be Held F IIImen a i Hrrtford June 22 and 23 1 W H Griffin Druggistth most popular young lady daughte- of a member A S of E of Ohi county between the age of 16 and I 22yearslamp 10 0 Lidy receiving 2nd highest vote present to be selected 6 00 2 J C tier Groceryman bent jam cake 6 00 Best pound cake 5 0 Winning cakes to be property o donor 3 City Restaurantbest mare and Suckling colt 7 50 Second best 2 b 4 Sam Bach Dry Goods an Clothing Merchant best suckling mule colt suit hat and shoes 15 00 5 RWKing Jeweler and Optician presentv0be menhandsomest turnout 1 set of buggy harness 15 00 Grocerymanftgun 00 8 A D White Hardware and Groceriesworst turnout two or more to enter 3 00 9 Ohio County Bankbest boy rider under 15 years of age 5 00 10 First National Bankbest la dy rider regardless of age 15 00 2nd best both in gold 10 00I 11 J H Williams Druggist prettiest half dozen doiliesindrawn work one toilet set 5 00 Handsomest halfdozen doilies in em broidered work one Hand bag 4 00 Prettiest piece of drawnlwork cutI glass sugars and creams 5 00 embroideredd12 Fair Co Dry Goods c handsomest turnout driven by young lady three or more to enter- a fine silk dress 15 Winners in ring 6 not eligible in thi ring entries cannot be made in both rings 13 Thomas Bros Grocerymen heaviest dozen pf hen eggs one clock 2 6 14 Moore Crabtree men for closest guess to unsealed number in an envelop seventyfive pounds of granulated sugar 15 Sanderfur Co Grocery menbest pair farm horses 5 00 16 W C Schlemmer Bakery sack race three or more to enter first premium 3JOO Second premium 2 17 Sam Riley Grocerymanbes half dozen frying chickens 2 50 18 R H Gillespie Blacksmith best bushel of wheat one and singletrees to match 3 50 19 C E Morrison Blacksmith best half bushel of June peaches one doubletree and singletrees to match 3 50 20 Saunders Co Grocerymen best trio of Plymouth Rock chick ens 200 Best two pounds of butter 1 00 21 Dr E W Fordbest drag for dirt road 5 00 22 Bank of Haatfordbest horse any age or sex 10 00 23 Carson Co General Mer chandisefor the most popular young man in Ohio county between the age of 18 and 25 years one bug y 50 00 f11 ballots to be signed by voter with name and post office address Contest opens June 1st 1906 and continues until 4 oclock on June 23 1906 the last day of the Fair Bal lots can be obtained at oUr store 24 Z Wayne Griffin Bro DruggistsBest mode stallionmare or gelding any ape one gold watch 16 00 To be exhibited under halters 25 Dr J B TappanJeweler and Opticanprettiest young lady between 18 and 20 years of age one sqlid gold ring GOO Handsomest young gentlemen between age of 18 and 20years a traveling toilet set 300 26 Keown flros Meat Men largest gentleman present 1 00 Largest lady present 100 27 Z Wayne GrIffin and Bro Druggists prettiest handkerchief in drawn work one set Rogers 1847 knives and forks 650I 28 R T Her Saddlerbest old time fiddler over age of 50years2 50 29 J H Thomas Undertakers ftr 1 r aaIli s 3 or more to u uuoe Mil 3 feet apart P M to be carried back to box bt i first 300 ri i 200 er Bros t iiifectisners rr buys hIm the age 1 yeasu ards 2 50 tii Urns nnfecti- onersbaver cru 40 pounds 26tuda t t M vu is any breed singledr u lorry wuiitsiui nings EtcI0ha uirnuu n horsebank- u kmaii ther any age thiei n ruiu encr 33 00 hat to tau o Mair sn i jfntlcman t v iionean a ofty of Equity tailorf1 4 bur u graiiii dress uy some leaner of national repuuiiuii and such other program 0RULESTne following rules have been adopted by the committee and will govern the conduct of the Fair in oil particulars No citizen of Hartford shall allowed to compete for any pre mium either directly or indirectly- II All entries must be made with the Secretary before 10 a m on the first lay of the Fair III No person shall compete for a premium who does not reside in Ohio county nor shall any animalor article be exhibited not produced in Ohio county IV All articles after being exhib ed shall be returned to the owner unless otherwise stipulated by terms oiexhibitV premiums shall remain in possession of person giving same until 4 oclock p m on last dayof Fair VI There shall be no entry bee charged for any ring VII The Executive board shall select the judges to decide all rings in contest but no judge shall be a citizen of Hartford VIII The Secretary shall keep a record of all the entries and the acts of the Executive Board and upon theswarrant on the person offering said premium for same He shall also assist in count ing the vote in any contest for pre pIX No one but farmers who are citizens of Ohio county shall act up on the Executive Board X No outside amusements or entertainments will be allowed on the streets during the Fair and no lunch or refreshment stand will be allowed on the streets gentlemenI supervisiontBrown Sam Morton A R Pirtle Burch Felix Silas Stevens eSA ANDERSON Chmn C M BARNETT Sec HEBER MATTHEWS JOHN E BEAN SAMT BARNETT Committee OASTOmABun theThe Kind YouHaw Always foul 141rJWomen as Well as men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor fifty cheerfulness coon disappear when the kid neys are of order or 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ALLEN A G PA- St Louis Mo Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN a I I q f f M J J Xc lc ic k T k Ic k k k k t i C I IIr I at J IN kl t Thursday June 79 1906 930 A M i i + Z THe tract of land recently owned by Mr J H Thomas known as the Old Pair jl Ground will be subdivided into Residence Lots and sold at auction I Oi Easy PaLyneits- J tOnly onefourth cash balance in twelve monthly payments deferred payments drawing tinterest at six per cent per annum + 20 IN GOLD FREE V Everyone attending the sale gets a chance on the free 2000 regardless oi whether he bids or not f t FREE CARRIAGE TO THE SALE Carriages will leave the business section of Hartford at 9 A M Eveiyone welcome to take the ride OUR GUARANTEEfy We will not burden you with a long talk We know that Hartford presents the finest opening in Real Estate Invest ments to be found in the United States today We know that inside of twelve months the M H E R Rwill have 4 trains running through Hartford and Will Guarantee To Refund Your Money If You Wish It if this fact is not settled to 4 your entire satisfaction inside of twelve months from date Streets will be graded and we only expect to sell sixty lots at this sale We will keep the balance for higher prices our 4 selves Sixty lots will go to the highest bidder Thursday June 7th at 930 a m M t tr SQTtti Sale Conducted in the United States by I t The i 4 JJI4 t iRealtyImProvement Co tJACKSONVILLE FLORIDArt Joseph H Phillips Pres NeW Commercial Hotel HARTFORD KENTUCKYr I t 3 vLw 4 r