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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i 1ji tartfarb Uqrnblkan Fine Job W rka Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FINE IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII 1 HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY t FRIDAY JUNE 8 1906 No47jL TO MAMMOTH CAVE Ten New Candidates Are Record ed In Free Cave Trip w This Week New life has been infused into the free trip to the Mammoth Cave offered by THE REPUBLICAN to sevI en school boys of Ohio county Ten names have been added to the list of candidates during the week all of them being among the coun tys brightest and best boys Candidates from the various dis tricts have been unusually active and many votes have been received The standing of the various candi dates is as follows DISTRICT NO1 Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam 60 lltrrcll Sullenger Hartford 210 Hubert Davis Hartford 100 Ernest M Coleman Beaver Dam f0 Godfrey Bean Hartford 60 1DISTRICT NO 2- 1nle 210 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton 10 Hernice Neighbors Dundee 20 Palmer Loyd Narrows 5 Herbert Midkiff Magan 7 DISTRICT NO4 hay Keown Fordsville 70 Pete Tilford Fordsville 5 Arthur Durdctt Herbert 4 UISTKICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda 60 Jesse C Smith Taffy 305 Sherman Chamberlain Koercek 443 DISTRICT NO6 John Morton Ceralvo 10 Vig Morton Smallhous 50 lien Kimmell Ceralvo 2 Frank KuykendallCentertown 4 Rowe Condit Matanzas 14 DISTRICT NO 7 irroll Smith McHenry 100 Hoy Brown McHenry 60 Orient Carter Rockport 3 Ctrl Davenport Cool Springs 4 jgmbnd FranctsRender G Rules governing the contest have ben reduced to brief concise form They are as follows RULES OF CONTEST IN BRISK The rules governing the contest Ire very simple Every coupon cut from the paper properly filledout and sent to the office before date of expiration counts one vote Every dollar paid on subscription whether renewal on arrears or new subscriber counts ten votes You do not have to vote for the contestant in the district in which you live You can vote for anyone you please Fill in all coupons correctly be fore sending them in If you want to send a years sub scription fill in on the coupon lias the subscription counts for ten votes and the coupon one Be sure and get the coupons in before they expire No expired capons will be counted Continued on eighth page fABirthday Supper Mr and Mrs Joe Miller of Cen tral Grove entertained the 4th of June in honor of their daughter Lauras twelfth birthday The aft ernoon was spent in many delight ful games The children were delighted with the music furnished by i Miss Annie Hocker with her talking machine The vote of the little resultIedAultmire and little Miss Ruth Tich enorThe house was beautifully decor irtcd in crimson rambler and lillies At four oclock supper was announc edThe table groaned beneath the I good things that would tempt the most delicate taste The little hos tess received several valued and handsome presents and all departed with a grateful remembrance of a 1most pleasant day never to be for wishing Miss Laura many happy returns of her birthday ONE OF HER GUESTS 6 I Respectt were 1ordered by Rob Roy Local Union of rt A SoC E on the death of Brother Marion Stevens at the meeting on May 31- tthereas 1906 I it has pleased our Heavenly Father to remove from us our estoe ed neighbor Brother Marion Stevens Therefore be it resolved by this Local 1 That we tender our profound sympathy to his bereaved family 2 That in his death this Local has lost one of its efficient and earnest workers the community an honest capable and Christian gen tleman the farming profession an industrious and promising member Be it further resolved that these resolutions be spread upon our min utes and a copy of same be sent to eachof the county papers for publi cation and one to his family Done by order of Reb Roy Local Union of A S of ER C JARNAGIN To muster in Military Company- All of those who signed the peti tion which I circulated asking that a company of State guards be organ ized at Hartford are requested to meet at the Court House on Monday evening June 11 1906 at 7 oclock An officer will be present to muster us into service and instruct us in pre li unary drill I have received au thentic informatin that the company will be paid for the time spent in the encarnpmen t in addition to all expenses It is absolutely essential that every member be present at this meeting JAMES M DKEESE JUSTICE MISCARRIES Hiram Powers Transferred to Asylum By Penitentiary Officials Hiram C Powers who was tried for the murder of Fitzhugh Ren frow in the Circuit Court here last August and sentpnced to twentvone years in the State prisonwas taken to the Eddy ville penitentiary last Friday by Sheriff R B Martin and turned over to the proper authorities Immediately after Sheriff Martin had turned Powers over to the pris on officials and taken their receipt for him a deputy Sheriff executed a lunacy warrant on Powers and an inquest into his sanity was held the HofLyoned and after hearing tne evidence offered by attorneys representing Powers a verdict o the effect that ho is of unsound mind was returned Powers was later transferred to the Hopkinsville asylum where he will probably become a pet of the officials in charge who is reported to have done much to defeat the ends of jus tice in the matter It is the general opinion that Powers will remain quietly at Hop kinsville for a few short months then like Warrencr the murderer of Pulaski Leeds steal gently away never to be heard of again while poor Fitzhugh Renfrow yet sleeps the long sleep of death to which Powers resigned him on the 31st day of March 1905 Home Coming Week Louisville Ky On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Heaver Dam to Louisville Ky for 340 Tickets on sale June 10th 11th and 12th also for morning train June 13th limited to June 23rd f r return with extension privilege S B VAN METER ngtIOblo Countys Summer Ohio countys well known and t popularsummer and health resort J Sulphur Springs will be open for i guests on and after Saturday June 2 1906 Under the management of Mr T C Bean Sulphur Springs has attained first rank as a summer i resort The management spares neither time trouble nor means to make the stay of all guests pleasant j The hotel and grounds have been I improved from year to year and arc now first clas in every respect If it is recreation health or pleasure ypuare seeking you should spenda few weeks at the Sulphur Springs Terms reasonable 453 a BRUTAL ASSAULT Of SimpleMindeJ Woman i Muhienberg ICounty IICentral City Ky June 6Mrs- I George Whitehouse living near Be vier a village three miles distance from here on the L and N railroad waslcriminallyHarrison Alexander eighteen years oldut this place The affair occurr ed at the old camp meeting ground on the road between Central City and itevfer and the negro was arrested here at the carnival on Saturday nifcht Mrs Whitehouse is an imbecile the wife George Whitehouse who ran off about tvo years ago with an other woman Joe Doolan another negro was arrested at the same time as was Alexander but the former claims that he fought the latter in defense of the woman and his story is corroberated by Mrs Whitehouse Alexander claims that both negroes are guilty She was attacked in the public road and pulled seventy yards to the brush and after committing the crime Alexander endeavored to pull her tongue out to prevent her tell ingThe negro has been arrested and takento the county jail at Greenville and the officers will watch for evi dence of mob violence and place an extra guard about the jail This is not the first time the Alexander ne- gro has been in trouble and it is feared he will have serious trouble this time The woman is in a criti cal condition- A crowd of 200 citizens from over the entire county went to Green ville Tuesday morning and demand edof the jailertlwnecro The mob was quiet and orderly but very determined and jt was only when the leaders had been taken over the entire jail that they con len ted to disperse and go to their homesWhen it became known on Mon day that the negro had been identi tied by the woman the officers decid ed that it was best to take the negro to Elkton Todd county out of reach of a possible mob This precaution alone saved the negros life 1 George R Henry Dead George H Henry exsheriff of McLean county and one of the most highly respected citizens of McLean died Tuesday afternoon of uraemic poisoning at his home at Calhoun after an illness of twelve daysMr Henry was born in McLean county May 3 1852 He was a son of Jafecs and Carolyne Henry When quite young he located at Charleston Mo where he entered the drug business He remained there four years returned then to McLean county where he had since resided MThird Appellate Court District Convention Pursuant to the direction of the 3rd Appellate Court Republican Dis trict Committee of Kentucky it is hereby ordered and directed by said Committee that all the Republican county committee inthis the third Appellate Courts District of Kentucky call mass conventions to meet respectlive time to select delegates to attend county conventions directed to be called by said county Committees to i meet Monday July 2nd 1906 at 11 oclock p m standard time to lect delegates to attend the District I Convention called to meet in Hodg ensville Ky Tuesday July 10th i 1906 at 1 oclock p m standard I time to nominate a candidate for Appellate Judge in the Third Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky tube voted for at the November election 1900 Tho basis of representation in j rach county hAll bone delegate fur each omfh r ndred lOOJior frac h tion over fifty 50 votes cast for President Roosevelt in 1904 viz 6n9 Casey 16 Greene 12 Hardin 17 Hart 18 LaRue 9 Marion 12 Metcalfe 11 Nelson 13 Oldham 5 Pulaski 37 Russell 11 Spencer 5 Shelby 16 Taylor 11 Washington 14 Wayne 16This May 2 3rd 1906 M L HEAVRIN Chairman Third Appellate Court District Republican Committee B T CONWAY Secy pro tem HORSE AND COW Compose Team Driven by Jo B Hayden a Farmer Near ftlasonville Jo B Hayden of near Mason ville attracted much attention by driving through the streets of Ow ensboro today with a red milch cow harnessed to a wagon with a gray horse says Tuesdays Owensboro In quirer The cow had a coffee sack tied over her head and Mr Hayden said he had to do this to keep her from wasting time in looking at the people along the streetS This was the flnjt time the cow had ever been to the city and the first time such a team had been seen on the streets of Owensboro and perhaps the first timo asphalt streets in any part of the country had given footing to so illmatched a team The cow was not yoked but har nCJSCd and Hayden seemed proud of bis span He said the cow was a good1milker and furnished more family of five could useT He has plowed all spring with thevstrange team and was on this occasion going below the city for a load fcorn He owner a small farm oet1tirtrtwqacrethrep miles from Masonville A few years ago Mr Haydens heath failed and he was sent to the asylum for a time He and his incongruous team were photographed at Fourth and Fred ricaRagland Elected Chairman At a meeting of the Ohio county Republican Committee held at the Court House Monday at one oclock p m IraS Ragland was elected chairman to fill out the unexpired term of Mr Barrass The commit tee was called to order by Mr Rag land as Secretary and on motion C M Barnett was selected to pre side over the meeting Mr Ed Barrass was elected to succeed his father as member of the committee from the county atlarge and then followed the election of Mr Rag land unanamously as chairman James M DeWeese was elected Sec retary to succeed Mr Ragland Both of these gentlemen are true blue Republicans and will bring to the positions to which they have been chosen the benefit of years of experience m active political work We think the committee has made wise selections- A committee consisting of the fol lowing members was appointed to draft resolutions concerning the the death of Chairman Barrass E P Taylor B S Chamberlin and James Carter They reported the following which was unanamously adoptedResolved that this Committee is saddened inexptessably by the death of its Chairman Nicholas Bar rass whose impartial rulings and courteous treatment of its membersI at all times made him allResolved I that his party has sustained a special loss and the county an upright patriotic citizen I Resolved that the Secretary be directed to spreadthese resolutions i upon the records o the committe and a copy to be furnished to the I Hartford blicm for IB1JAMES E O a TOHI A gun teibc firs You flau lhtajs Bou l I glBnn 11 aA44Td 01 V3Mi x FARMERS LOCAL Holds Meeting at Gum Springs No Patience With Traitorism Prevailing Sentiment Editors REPUBLICAN On last Saturday Fordsville Local Union No 600 A S of EV held its annual rally at Gum Springs Ky this being also the regular monthly meeting of the Fordsville Magisterial district Union This was an enjoyable affair The crowd was large and orderly and a splendid dinner was spread by t good ladies of the community an every one feasted upon same to th their hearts content or rather the stomachs capacity Good speeches were made by President J W Dunn Whitesville an Rev Wm Morton of Jones A growing contempt is manifested upon all occasions for anything that smacks of traitorismsuch as playing the role of dumper and obstinate refusing to line up with the only movement that offers any real prom ise of future prosperity for the fa mers viz A S of E The business session was well attended and much important was transacted arid plans are bein inaugurated whereby farmers who will not work for Equity shall not be permitted to share the benefits the organization This is Jp keepin- with the scripture that says that any will network neither shall they eatThe farmer that has not taken stand in the ranks of the A S of andadmitted the rightousness of the cause as every one does and ter so much good has beep accom lished certainly does realize that he is giving encouragement to the con bines of speculators and gamblers lin farm products and in many in stances giving actual assistance to said combines bydumping his crops on the market thereby furnLshin them with the munitions of war wit which to prosecute their warfare against profitable prices and ther by delaying the time when we sba enjoy the full fruits of victory Pluck patience and perseverance should be prominent characteristics of every Equity man at the present Agitate Educate Cooperate Let these things be in you an abound and complete victory is ours M F SHARP Narrows Ky June 4 1906- NARROWS June 61r and Mrs Sam P Bennett have returned from Elktm where they went to attend the co mencement exercises of the Vanderbilt Training school of which their son RevReginald Bennett was a graduating student Mr and Mrs Will Park visited the family of Byron C Petty Trisler Sunday Zach Green Milwood visited his sisterMiss Lou Green Sunday Charles L Wedding who is study ing Telegraphy at Bowling Greon came down Tuesday to visit his parentsMiss Elio Renfrew visited relatives at Fordsville Monday Misses Verna Renfrew Magnoli Renfrow Tina Powers Carrie Robi son Mable Sharp Alma Petty and Messrs Cyrus Sharp Jack Walker Ollio Wimpsatt and Byron Truman attended childrens day exercises Marvins Chapel Sunday Mrs A R Renfrew is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Duke atPaloCharlie Baker Linton 1d wh has been visiting here returned home TuesdayOra has gone to Linton Ind for an indefinite stay Miss Oma Axton Sulphur Spring- is I visiting the family of E G Kirb Trip White Owensboro visited friends here Sunday Joe Grant caught a fish in Rough river above Barretts Ferry Saturday that weighed fortysix pounds and this is no fish story either Melvin Smith who has been in the United States Army fOrth past sixI years isarhome for a brief If f1t p He has reenlisted for another three years service inthe army and will leave for Columbus Ohio Sat urday where he will be stationed for the present Clarence Smith is at home after a brief sojourn in Illinois Mr Smith is the last to return of a small Army of young men frpm this community who followed the setting sun west ward with the blooming days of spring Mrs R C Duff spent last week with relatives near Mt Vernon Dr and Mrs D H Godsey of Shreve visited here Saturday IeMpsss John Renfrew Henry- d Carter and T C Bean went to Owe ensboro Wednesday itMelvin Westerfield has gone to Missouri where he will spend the summer- d John Greer Adaburg visited his daughter Mrs Powers the first of the week EIGHT BIDS RECEIVED- y For Construction MH ERR rC D Smith Co Memphis Believed Successful One i thegRailroad were opened the second time at the office of Chief Engineer followingg Ifositions Missouri Construction Co f Cape GirardeamMoC H Dishman Pensacola Fla Edington Griffitts BrosERodesCo Knoxville TenriKirk DSter Construction Co Indianapolis Ind While the Engineers force will not be ready for a few days to give c out the name of the successful bidder it is believed that C P Smith behgivencomplete the work in twelve eightIldayscethis paper The propositions contained time rangingdmonths FOR THE BUSY READER Gov Hanley of Indiana has offer ed a reward of 3000 for the arrest atmtempting to bribe a member of the Legislature kw President Roosevelt has upon rec ommendation of Postmaster General Cortelyou decided upon the appointtment of Robert E Woods as Post master at Louisville to succeed Dr T H Baker and his name probably will be sent to the Senate today A MeetingThere at the Methodist church next Sunday even ing at 730 oclock Also a general invitation to the whole church to r meeton Tuesday evening following at 730 oclock Matters of great im portance will be before us JAMES A LEWIS Pastor atOfficial Notice All parties having just claims against the estate 6f Sam Kidney deceased are hereby notified to pres- o ent Same properly proven to the undersigned administrator ofsaid deceased at my office in Hartford Kyronorbeforethe2nddayofJuly190Gand time will be forever barred Notice willybe paid all are C E SMITH A dmr of Sam Kidney deceased For Sale or Rent I Store room on Center Street Hart ford noted as the best grocery and ApplyI w k 4 a tr a I LIST OF CLAIMS The following are the claims allowed at the January 1906 term of Ohio County Fiscal Court Austin G L Team on road 3 00 Anderson T L 4 50 Arnold A 1 60 Arnold BJ 7 50 Allen Wm 30 Arnold A J 1 50 Arnold Estil 1 50 Alvey Chas F 1 60 Ambrose John 60 Ashley C Raa a 1 50 Ashby Henderson 3 00 Ashby Charlie 1 50 ActonHCmedc forpauper 345 Amos C P reg officer 3 04 same election officer 2 00 Alford PH 3 20 Ambrose J H election officer 2 80 Albin J 0 election officer 2 00 Baker E W Team on road 5 2i Black Charley 6 00 Brown G R 3 00 Baird C Taylor 151 Burton A R 3 00 Bennett L FII 3 00 Black A W 3 00 Barnard Thad 7 50 Baltzell Henry 7 50 Brown Shelby 2 25 Baize Mathias 300 Brown T H I 60 Baize Finley 3 00 Bean C WaI a 3 00 same 161 Baxley C E 7 50 Boling Jas A 301 Burks David 4 50 BaughnIF D 3 00 Bell Seffaa a 151 Bell T B 1 15 Baird EC 30 Barr Geo E 1 50 Bartlett W W 4 50 Bennett HO 1 50 Boyd J B 1 5C Barnes E S 1 5C Bennett H R 3 OC Bennett J C 3 OC Barnard J TII 11 2E Berryman J N II 3 OC Brown C H 3 OC Brown JEIi 1 50 Brown S TII II 3 00 Bennett A LII 3 00 Brown JE 375 Barnard E Preston 15 00 Bidwell F B 1 3 OC Byers Kit CII 4 5C Brrnard ElmerII 1 5C I Bennett T WII 1 50 Brown John 5 25 Brown L C 3 00 Baize W W II 1 50 Burdett G M 10 50 Baid E C lumber 3 68 Boswell Thos lumber 1 30 Black Birkhead removing goods from infected house 1 50 same trip to Alms house 2 00 Barnard L T trip to almshouse 1 50 Barrass E G cost in case Commonwealth vs I C R K 39 99 Lindley vs Everly 53 07 Commonwealth I C R R 40 87 Bewley J B 1 day viewer 1 00 Barnard E A per diam R B Com 90 00 Black T H jailor of Ohio co 121 00 Barnett C M reg officer 2 00 Barnett V G 2 00 Bean JE 2 00 Brown J L 2 00 Boyd B LII II 2 00 Barnard Elmer 2 00 BeckR P 2 00 BishopJ M 2 00 Boyd J BII 2 00 Barnhill J EII 3 60 Barnett C M election officer 2 00 Black Marvin II 2 00 Bean J E 2 00 Baird H A 2 50 Berryman J N 2 00 Brown J L 2 96 Barnard Elmer 2 40 Bee It P 2 50 Bishop J M 2 72 Boyd J B 2 00 Barnhill J K 2 00 Byers Kit C 3 20 Bell A TII a 2 80 Baird E C 2 00 Bartlett D Ba a 2 00 Baling Jas A 3 28 Barker C W II 2 oo Jhs yell C F 2 00 ColemanRichard Team on road 1 5o Chinn Thomas 4 50 Carter J W II 6 00 Carson T P 150 CoyRA 1 600 ame 3 00 Crowe II II 1 6 15 Cook E F 4 50 Cale N 1 50 Coy A CII 150 Cheek A C 1 50 Carter Finley 5 25 Crowe Austi i 12 00 251Campfield Christian G JII 3 75 Christian J M II 3 75 Chapman WF 4 50 Cheek J P 4 50 Chinn John II 7 50 Carson W RII II 3 00 Cooper E Q II 9 00 Chinn Bud diging pauper grave 2 50 Carson Co mdse for jail 25 35 same medse for almshouse 127 50 Chamberlin Fsq B S per diamJPOC 2790 Campbell C R reg officer 2 00 Cole W S 2 00 Curley Thomas reg officer 3 30 Crowder M BII II 2 00 Crowder H CII II 285 Cooper J W II 2 00 Coleman D J 2 40 Coleman K P II 2 00 Clark J P 3 60 Campbell C R election officer 2 09 Carter J T 2 96 Cole W S 4 aa 2 00 Crahan Mike 2 00 Crowder M B II 3 20 Crowder H CII 2 00 Cooper J WII 2 40 Coleman R Pa a24ldough MarkII 3 50 Crawfor L e 3 20 Condit W F II 2 00 Carter C CII 2 00 Crow W AII a 401 Cook James 3 70 Clark RobertII II 2 00 Davis Lon Hauling on road 2 00 Dauehterty M P II 151 Duvall W HII 3 00 01sameDaffron J G II 75 Duncan Phils II 1 50 Daffron John II 2 25 Duke J Da g 15 75 Duke Olin II 4 50 Daniel S T 4 50 Davidson Sam II 9 00 Daniel J W 1 51 same f 15 Day G G a4j5Daniel 0 S II 6 IX Dooley Luther 3 00 Debruler C W II 9 00 Daniel James h 9 IX Duke S E Team on road 12 5C Duff Dr J A attending pau per Lou Hall 15 Ot Dean Fsq W S per diam J P 0 C 2700 Duncan Daniel reg officer 2 00 Davis J H election officer 2 80 Embry John plow and team 1 50 Embry Presley 3 00 Eskridge JoeI 6 65 Eskridge Julius II II 7 6C Eliott CEil 6 OL Edge Esq W R per diam J P 2700Isame election officer 2 oo Edge 0 WII II 328 Ford Joe plow and team 10 Ferguson Jas A II 3 oo Frame JameII 4 5C Ford Jacob SII 1 5o a aa same 3 oo Frey Bruno 4 5o Fuqua T A II 6 oo Foreman James II 3 oo Fentress Luciana 3 oe Foreman JohnII II 3 oo Frey Bruno 3 on same aa au oo French W LII II 3 oo Fulkerson Alvis II 2 25 Farmer F N II 1 5o Ford Jo per diam r b com 18 oo Ford D reg officer 2 oo Faught G W 2 oo Fulkersqn J A reg officer 2 oo Gray W R plow on road 4 50 Gray Allen II 7 5o i Goff J H 2 25 Greer J W 7 5o Gray W R II 3 oo Graham Est Jno M b com 3 oo l Griffin Z Wayne Bro drugs and med fur almshouse 39 65 Glenn Ringo Barnes An derson attys fee in tax- suits 2oo oo Griflin Tom cleaning infect ed house 5 60 Hagerman J Y plow on road 6 oo Hocker V G 6 00 Howard James 6 75 Hines RT 1 II 4 5o Howard E M 4 5o Harrison June lo 5o Huff J S or I II 3 oo Hoover C C I 1 60 Hinton Wm 3 00 Hussey S J II 1 5o ameII II 4 25 Hudson Robert II 1 5o I Hudson C DII II 3 75 Heflin T 11II II 3 oo carrel M F 3 oo Hartford Pub co printing bal lots for election 19o5 115 89 Hill J C Gradidg 12 75 Hill Had plow on road 3 75 Hunley J HII II 15 same 3 00 Hickey G RII 3 00 Hugart Nuckolspauper coffin and shroud 5 00 Hicks I A com en bridge 3 00 Hale J W mgr Ky L P C wa ter for tank at c house 93 7 51 Hawkins S J reg officer 2 01 Hammons L H reg officer 2 00 Hocker P E reg officer 240 Hawes S H reg officer 2 01 i Hunt L W reg officer 2 00 Henderson Andrew reg officer 2 01 i Haynes F M reg officer 2 00 Huff Forest reg election 3 7 i Herrel Moses election officer 3 3 f Howard E S election officer 2 00 i Hammons L H election officer 2 o i Hocker P E election officer 2 00 Hunter S T election officer 2 00 Hale J w election officer 2 o i Henderson A election officer 3 6 i Haynes F M election dfficer 2 00 Huff Forest election officer 2 00 Haynes H w election officer 2 00 Iglegeart W I plow on road 15 i Igleheart D Baa a 4 5 a Igleheart Clinton electofficer 2 o a Her J R election officer 2 00 Jackson John T reg officer 2 96 Jackson J T election officer 2 o i Johnson Byron plow on road 1 50 Johnson Thos F 4 50 Johnson Simpson II 75 Jones GordonII 1 5 s Jones W R II II 4 50 Jones V CII II 1 50 Jarnagin R C 3 00 Johnson T F per diam road bridge commissioner 97 50 Kimmell E M election officer 2 o i Keown J E plow on road 1 50 Keown W BII II 6 00 Keown H CII 6 00 Kelly Woodie II II 1 50 Kelly B RII 45 Kirk R P II 4 50 sameII II 3 75 Kimmell E M II 3 oo Kimmell L A II 1 3 oo KeownCal P sheriffscost in case Lindley vs Erely 5 75 Keown Cal P co election com 20 00 Keown C P sheriff fees H Westerfild c 2 50 Keown Cal Preg officer 2 00 Keown Geo WII 2 00 Kimmell EMil II 2 00 Keown G W election offier 2 00 Keene C A 2 00 Likens G B com to settle with sheriff 25 00 Likens R P reg officer 2 00 Lyons J F 2 00 Lqwe J E election officer 2 00 Likens R PII 2 88 Lyons J FII II 3 84 Likens Scott 3 00 Leach J N 9oI Lanham RagnondII 6 00 Lewellen Willie 1 50 Lyons Ollie 1 50 LakeWm 3 00 Lake C F 3 00 Lanham J I II 1 50 Loyd Bob 1 4 50 same rebuilding bridge lo 00 Mitchell Dr J J treating samll pox patient 15 00 Marks T S setting a grate in courthouse 5 95 Morton T J examiner 3 01 Miller Ambs removing ob struction 2 00 Moxley P A plowing on road 3 or McCoy JRII 5 25 McDowell Bernin 6 00 McMellen George 3 01 Miles J T 3 oc Maples FrankII II 3 00 Miller J LII II 6 75 Miller W Nil 3 00 Martin Kinch II 3 50 Myers Willie II 3 oc Myers J Nil 4 50 Miller J W 6 01 Martin Leslie plowing on road 1 50 Mitchell J E plowing on road 6 oc Miller J L plowing on road 3 or same plowing on road 3 same plowing on road 4 Mitchell J B plowing on road 12 o01 Mitchell J E plowing on road 1 5i Martin F M plowing on road 1 5i Murphy W M plowing on road 375 Maden Mrs Jcne team on road 3 5I Martin A L plowing on road 6 oo Muffett J W plowing on road 4 5o Miller J E plowing on road 3 oc I same plowing on road 1 5o I same plowing on road 10 5o I McFerran James plow on road 6 11 I Miles H D plowing on road 6 ot Maddox J W plowing on road 1 5c Mercer G A plowing on road 3 oo Miller R A plowing on road 1 5a Mosely W R plowing on road 1 50 Miller D L plowing on road 3 oc I Maddox H J plowing on road 2 I Maddpx H T plowing on road 1 6 I McDonald plowing on road 3 o0 Moore Jas L plowing on road 3 o0 Miles J H plowing on road 3 75 I ft Maddox Hice plowing on road 160 Muffett Wm plowing on road 4 60 j Milburn Bob plowing on road 3 oo Miller Ira P plowing oh road 2 25 J Maddox J E reg officer 2 oo Moseley F C reg officer 2 oo j Matthews Robert reg officer 2 oo I I Moore W H election officer 3 00I Miller Jno H election officer 3 20 I Medcalf T H election officer 2 oo Midkiff T F election officer 3 20t Moore J L election officer 3 36 I McDaniel L A election officer 2 ooj Miller C F election officer 3 20 Mason T S election office 2 oo Morton Sam election officer 2 96 Marlow J M election officer 3 60 Miles C V election officer 3 60 McDaniel W B election officer 2 oo Morgan Jas T election officer 2 oo Magan Owen election officer 2 oo Matthews Robert elect officer 2 80 Moseley V M election officer 2 45 Morgan E H election officer 2 oo Miller W H election officer 2 oo Miller R M election officer 4 oo McKinleyE W nursing small pox patient 20 oo Martin Esq G W holding inqu 6 oo Maddox Esq J B holding inqu 6 oo same bridge commissioner 6 oo same for nails 45 Moseleyw R perdiam r b c 9o oo Miles Esq JH per diam jpoe 27 oo Miller Esq W pII jpoc 27 oo Neafus Fred election officer 2 oo Nail J M election officer 2 oo Masonic Hall for elect and reg 4 oo w C Bennett 2 oo W T Bean 2 oo Magan School District 2 oo Cromwell School District 2 oo Taylortown School District 2 oo Harrel Bros election and reg 4 oo Harrel Bros house for reg 2 oo S M James 2 00 Miss Sid Ferguson house cur 2 3o Rosine School District 2 oo K V Williams reg A elect 19o45 6 oo Taylor and Chinn 2 00 McHenry School District 2 oo Chapman G F 2 oo Taylor P B 2 oo Fdrdsville GAR Hall 2 oo J P Smith 2 oo Aetnaville School District 2 oo Shreve School District 2 oo D B Young 2 oo F M Hoover 2 oo R A Rowan 2oo Jno B Maddox 2 oo Ed Davison 2 oo F P Taylor 2 oo Prentis School District 2 oo Render School District 2 no Abe Embry 2 oo J W Reardon 2 oo Oldham S N Team on road 5 25 Oglesby W R 3 00 Overton C T election officer 2 96 Owen T D 2 00 Phigley Marion Team on road 1 5o Plummer HarryII 4 3o Plummer J H 4 5o PhillipsSL plowing and bridge repairs 8 oo Patton R L Team on road 3 oo Patton J 1II 3 oo Patton G H 1 50 Phillips Charlie II 600 Plummer E 3 oo Phillipps Alonzo day viewer 1 oo Porter W E Reg officer 2 oo Patterson H NII 2 5o Phillips S LII 2 oo Parks W Q election officer 2 oo Porter WE 3 o4 Phillips S L 3 85 Pollard Grant I 2 oo Patton S L II 2 oo Quisenberry EE reg officer 2 oo Same election officer 3 60 Rice C S Team on road 3 75 Riggs VirgilII II 6 oo Rhoads W HII 4 50 Rock ShelbyII 7 5o- Renfrew J 0II 4 5o RenfrowClaude 4 5o Riordan Thos 3 75 Rhoads Archie II 4 5o Royal W W plowing and 5lumber 8 25 Royal C E Team on road 3 oo Render Herman 7 5o Render S H 3 oo j Sameaa II 3 oo- I Rhods ErnestII 1 5o Robertson W D 7 5o Raley C E election officer 2 88 r Render L HII II 2 5o SameII 2 5o Rowe GW 200 i Rhoads M SII 2 oo Rogers JP 2 80 Rogers H B 2 oo I Robertson S D 2 oo I Rogers Luther II 3 20 Ragland M S Clerk fees for- i year 19051906 962 63 Ragland M S Clerk fees I 5incase H Westerfield c 11 95 Rains R H per diam road- I and bridge Com 98 25 Render Esq S H per diam j JPOC 27 oo Raley C E reg officer 2 oo Q 3C X3C JIIQ To Publishers and Printers SIJ WE MANUFACTURE THE VERY HIGHEST GRADE OF Y TypeBrassGalleys Rules in Strips Metal Borders V5Brass Labor Saving Rule L S Metal NBrass Column Rules Leads and jJIj Brass CirclesMewlLeadersFurnitureIBrass Leaders Spaces and Brass Round Corners Brass Leads and Slugs Metal Quoins etc Old Column Rules refaced and made as good as new at a small cost Please remember that we are not in any Trust or Combination and are sure we can make it greatly to your advantage to deal with us A copy of our Catalogue will be cheerfully furnished on upNplication Philadelphia Printers Supply Co MANUKACTUHKHMCH Type and High Grade Printin Matarlal PROPRIETORS O9 NortH Ninth StrtPENN TYPE FOUNDRY PHILADELPHIA ewwwWwRender Joe B 2 oo Rowe G WII 2 72 Snedden J D Team on road 1 5o Smith E TII II 3 oo Stevens I HII 3 oo Shaver JacobII 2 25 Smith J Za a 4 5o Shultz JackII 3 oo Stevens ClintII 3 oo Stevens E P 4 5o Sanderfir R A II 3 oo Stevens W IIII 3 75 Shreve J A 7 5o Slack AII II 3 oo Stroud Eugene II 7 5o Shaver Felix S II v 5 25 Stinnett W LII 1 5o Shaver Sam II 4 5o Shaver L Bal II 1 5o Smiley J W 4 50 Sprinkles Thos 1 50 Shull W D 3 75 Spurier C FII II 7 5o i Sandefur J AII 6 oo Shultz J T day driver 1 oo 251SmithSimmerman R E L Co eke I tion Com 20 oo Smith W H damages for I Road bed 75 00 Smith J J per diam road and bridge Com loo oo Smith C E reg officer 2 oe Stevens S LII 2 00 Smith C E election officer 2 oo Stevens W FII 2 4o Stevens S L 3 041 Shields Birch 2 oo Smith C M 3 60 Swain P AII 2 oo Shultz H E II 2 80 Taylor Mrs Nancy plow on road 3 oo Taylor C N plow on road 3 oo Taylor Carl M Team on road 6 oo Taylor HenryII 9 75 Taylor W G II 3 oo Tucker G TII II 6 oo Taylor James 4 5o Taylor R F 4 5o Taylor C N II II 3 oo IIfTweedell J F 7 50 Tinsley 0 RII II 4 5o Taylor Washington 1 5o 001Same SameII 7 5o Taylor PronsII II 3 oo Tichenor R CII II 4 5o Tichenor Doward II 3 oo Taylor L CII II 3 60 Taylor Watt II 1 50 Taylor Oscar II 1 5o Taylor N M II 6 oo Taylor H A II II 3 oo Taylor Sam H day hauling 2 5o Taylor H L day plow 1 50 Taylor Galan conveying pau per to Almshouse 3 25 Taylor W P rebuilding bridges 15 oo Tayler E P Co election Com 20 oo Taylor Dr Jo W salary as health office 19o519o625o oo Taylor F election officer 2 oo Taylor Dr Jo W two visits almshouse 20 oo Tinsley W S mdsejail and 30ITinsleyThomas W P register officer 2 oo Taylor S P register office 2 oo Truman K W register officer 2 oo Taylor N M election officer 2 oo Thomas W P election officer 2 oo Taylor S P election officer 2 oo Truman E W election officer 2 oo Tichenor J A election officer 2 96 96I2 45 Wilson H Aplowing on road 1 56 bn 0 Wilson C N plowing on road 3 oo Ward W G plowing on road 3 oo Woodward Wayne plowing on road 3 00 Ward D E plowing on road 1 5o Ward E C plowing on road 1 5o Wilson A N plowing on road 1 5o Wilson B N plowing on road 2 25 Wilson Zibe plowing on road 1 5o Wilson DanTpowingon road 3 oo Same 9 oo Wedding Jas T plowing on rad 4 5o Whitehouse Alex plow on road 6 75 Wade J W plowing on road 1 So Weathers James plowing on road 3 oo Weatherford C J plowing on road 4 50 Ward L M plowing on read 9 00 ward Fleetwood plow and grg 21 oo wigginton Simon II 2 25 woodward S A 3 73 whitehouseRobt E 3 oo Wallace w C 3 oo wilson J Ea a 3 00 wade C H repairs for Court- House 3 oo woodward E M repairs for Co Atts office 3 oo Williams H conveying pau per to grave 1 Go wallaceJ T almshouse keeper 291 ol Williams II C per diam Rand B Com 97 50 wilson T G moving booth 1 00 wilcoxEsq D J holding inquest 6 oo Williams J H drug c paupers lo 15 IjIwoodburn C E regist officer 2 96 wilson J E regist officer 2 OH wilcox R S regist officer 2 oo woodward C L regist officer 2 oo williams A J regist officer 2 00 wood P L rejjist officer 2 oo Wallace J b election officer 2 80 weller L G election officer 2 oo wedding A b election officer 2 oo Wallace w C election officer 2 oo woodburn E C election officer 2 oo wilson J E election offices 2 96 woodward C L election officer 2 oo wakeland A J election officer 2 oo williams A election officer 2 72 white N b election officer 2 00 whittaker S L election officer 2 72 westerfiold w L election officer 2 72 wood P L election officer 2 80 State of Kentucky I County of Ohio f83 I I W S Tinsley Clerk of Ohio County Court do certify that the foregoing is true and correct lisp of the claims allowed at the June term 1906 of Ohio county Given under my hand this June 1 1906 W S TINSLEY C 0 CC LongTonneasoo Fght For twenty years 11 L Rawls of Bells Tenn fought nasalcatarrh He writes The swelling and sore ness inside my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklens Arnica causedIsalveIat Wayne fin Bro druggist An Example Papa what is satire Well for example when your mother asks me how much Ive won at prayer meeting x I Thousnads annually bear witnessIto the efficiency of Early pillshaveto none as a laxative and cathartic They are as staple as bread in mil lions of homes Pleasant but effect ive Will promptly releave consti pation without griping Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m RC + t IJ1 iI t J ky ROAD DRAG New and Simple Invention Which Will Improve Roads Naturally Dr E W Ford has offered a pre exIIhibitedour never read of this means of road working hence we publish the following ar k tide by D Ward King the inventor of the road drag Good roads are bcnificial to ever- yoneto those who buy end those who sell and those who drive for pleasure Vast sums of money have been expended often unwisely in order to secure hard solid road beds the year around On dirt roads the road grader has been considered the most effective method of obtaining good roadsThe dirt is thrown to the middle by the grader sometimes hqrrowed and then rolled The farmer uses this same method when he wishes to put his land in firstclass condition to hold the moisture and obtain the best results with his crops A good earth road must be hard smooth and oval The old method of working the roads with the big ti j fourwheeled road grader makes the road oval smooth on the sides only soft and spongy in the center The grader pushes the soft lose dirt to the center of the road This absorbs the water from the first rain travel cuts it up it dries full of ruts and very roughsIn worse conition than it was before the grader was used Work the roads with the drag after a rain while the surface dirt is in a puddle condition This meth odwith a dragmakes the road smooth it dries hard and is oval Thedrag will smear thlsoft mud oyer the top oS the road bed in a layer with sunshine travel this layer will become hard Another dragging will put on another layer and make the roads still harder smoother and more impervious to rain In a year or two a surface is puts on the road which can hardily be torn up with a pick The more travel the harder the road The more rain the smoother the roadpro l vided the drag is used after the rain With the old method when the gra der is used the more rain and travel the deeper the ruts and the rougher the roads The expense of running the four wheeled grader is from nine toI twelve dollars a day It takes fronj six to eight horses with from three te four men Any man or boy can make a drag in less than two hours Get a log eight feet long and twelve inches in diameter Split it in halves Bore three two inch holes in each halfone at each end and one in the middle Join the halves split side forward with good strong braces about three feet long wedge them in securely If a log is not handy use a twelve inch plank Reinforce the backs I with a 2x6 A loose plank on which to ride is placed across the braces Wrap one end of the chain around an end take carry it over the top of the slab out to the doubletrees and then brck to the other end of slab where it should be fastened by poking an old bolt or spik4 through one of the link into a hole bored three or four inches from the end of the slab and about its center up and down Hitch up the drag at an angle of of fortyfive degree and you will he surprised at the result It 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 y New Life Pills She has not had an attack for twe years Best body cleansers and life going tonic pills on earth 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store OddsA newspaper which states that snails are making their way as an article of food adds with an air of origin ality that their progress is slow A hacking cough is most annoying One Minute Cough Cure draws the 4 inflammation out of the throat chest and lungs Sold byZ Wayne Griffin Bro m Quality Before Quantity Never has quality counted so much Y Fl Dr Pierccs Favorite Prescription Impartlilorgans fcmlnlno Tho Intlmnlelyrelatloddiseases of tho delicate womanly organs are cured tlio whole hotly gains In health and strength weak and ulcklj women who uro wornout rundown ordehllltatttl especially for women who work In store or schoolroom who sit at the typewriter or sewing machine luvorltolreltcrllllonbccaust of Its health restorlnp and strength giving powers nenInoequaled and Ii In valuable In allaying and Irritabihstyneuralgia hysteria spasms chorea or 81 s and other dlstrftmlns nervous symptoms commonly attendant upon functional disease ol the womanly It Induces refresh Ing and relieves mental anxiety and dcujioiidoncyXun canes Favorite Pre scription Is a positive cure for the most complicated and obstinate cases of fe Irregularltlol organs weak back bearingdown sensations chronic congestion Inflammation and ulceration rromharmllroreuThetive value of some of theme roots and Im parted that knowledge to some or the friendlier and some of the mere progressive physicians came to theyhavncurative virtues and their sofa qualltlellYourdrugglluscllthoFAVORJnlB HCIUITIOX and also that famous altera tonlctbnGoLtto Dr Pierce about your Ho Is an and will trent your case as confidential and without charge thoInvalidslluffalo which he Is chief con suiting physlclan as it does today More peope demand quality than ever before land the man who raises or produces just ordinary things will never get top prices Quality counts in everything from strawberries to live stock eoch must sell on its merits A Texas Wonder Theres a lullat Bpwie 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 ISO 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 COc and 100 Trial bottle free Handling the Vega tables Do not gather vegatables in the afternoon or evening but in the ear ly morning Get them into the con sumers hands as soon as possible you will never gain anything by sell ing a stale vegetable Better give it to your Stock There is no need worrying along in discomfort because of disordered digestion Get a bottle of Kodo for Dyspepsia and see what it will do for you Kodol not only digests what you cat and gives that tired stomach a needed rest but it is cor rective of the greates efficiency Kodol relieves indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart flatulence and sour stomach Kodolwill make your stomach young and healty again You will worry just in the worIriesto be avoided at all times Kodol will take the worry out of your stomach Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Stout Hearted Yes she has grown very stout She is thinking of trying the faith cureThe faith cure Yes I see it doesnt involve diet reform Outwits the Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bowels had reduced Mrs Thos S Austin of Levenworth Ind to such- a deplorable condition that her doctor advised an operation but her husband fearing fatal results post potted this to try Electric Bitters and to the amazement ofall who knew her this medicine completely cured her Guaranteed cure for tropid liver kidney disease bilious ness jaundice chills and fever general debility nervousness and blood poisoning Best tonic made Price iOc at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store Try it A OJ fll V e JET X ABears thethe Kind You Hate Always Bought Blcnttu 110elf ti y Y FARMERS MEETING The Objects and Ends of the A Sof EIts Wonder ful Growth The county Union of the Ameri can Society of Equity will hold a meeting in Hartford July 6 1906 This Society has for its motto Farmers to the Front for its chiefobject Profitable Prices for all Crops Its plan is Controlled MarketingIt three years old but has members in 2724 counties out of a total of about 2800 in the country suitable for agriculture and at 26 371 post offices out of a total of 68 131 in the country Thus it covers the country like a blanket lout it now desires to organize every state solidly andas it states saturate the country with local unions Every important industry in the country and many unimportant one except agriculture are now organized The time has surely come for farmers to unite so they may exert the power they possess by vir ture of their great numbers and the importance of their business The plan and chief object of this new society are different from any former farmers society Now the farmers grant to merchants and others the right to manage their own business and make their own prices at the same time they are determined to attend to their own business so their prices will be as high in proportion as on any goods they buy from others Stated differ ently instead of trying to pull other lines of business down to aI level with their own the farmers have deter mined to build their busi ness up to a level with the best of them In this movement farmers have the good will and cooperation of merchants and all people engag ed in ligitimateenterprises While the A S of E is primarily to benefit themselves through prof itable prices always and steadily maintained prices that the movement will benefit every business It may be stated as an axiom Keep the farmers prosperous and every body prospers Or the reverse is equally true compel farmers to take low and unprofitable prices and every business in the country im mediately suffers We cannot do too much for the farmers- It it not claimed that farmers are npt enjoying a greater degree of prosperity now than ever before But this society which is largely responsible for the present conditions seeks to maintain this prosperity and along some lines of the farmers work increase it It is natural to expect farmers to organize sometime The time is probably here now and every fair person will wish them success in their first real attempt to take price making of their products out of the hands of a lot of speculators and gamblers and assume this work themselves Also through com bined power and cooperation they may ssecure equity in all business transactionsThe will bo addressed by able speakers Farmers should turn out to hear iow all their serious problems are to be solved through this new organization The sworn statement of the manu facturers protects you from opiates in Kenedys Laxative Honey and Tar the cough syrup that drives the cold out of yoursystem Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Didnt Keep Appointment A young man living near this city feifih love with a pretty German girl and sent her a note appointing a place of meeting He wrote that my darling may make no mistake remember I will wear a light pair of trousers anda dark cutaway coat In my right hand I will carry a cane and in my left hand a cigar Yours ever Jake The girls father got hold of the note and sent this an I Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for free sample SCOTT at BOWNE Chemists tS Peari Street New York 5ocindfioo all druaaI swer Dat minesoli make no mistake 1 vill be dressed in my shirt sleeves I vill year in my right hand a club In my left hand I vill veal a six shooter You yill recognize me by the vay I bats you on de head a gouple times mit de club Vait for meat de corner as I haf somedings important to in form you mit your frent The young man didnt keep the appoint ment The sincerest tribute that can be paid to superiority is imitation The many imitations of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve tha are now beforet the public prove it is the best Ask for DeWitts Good for burns scalds chaffed skin eczema tetter cuts bruises boils and piles Highly recommended and reliable Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m MEMORIAL ADDRESR Delivered at the Dedication of the Cemetery at Gettysburg Four score and seven ago our fathers brought forth on this conti nent a new nation conceived in Liberty and dedicated to the propo sition that all men are created equal Now we are engaged in a great civilwar testing whether that na lion or any nation so conceived and BO dedicated can long endure We are met on a great battlefield of that war We have come to dedi cate a portion of that field as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this But in a larger sense we cannot hallowthis ground The brave men living and dead who struggled here consecrated I far above our poor power to add or detract The world will little note nor long re member what we say here but it can never forget what they did here It is for us the living rather to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced It is rather for us to be dedicated to the great taskremaining before us that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotionthat we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vainthat this nation under God shall have a new birth of freedomand that govern ment of the people by the people for the people shall not perish from the earth ABRAHAM LINCOLN November 19 1863 You cannot induce a lower animal 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 your stomach Kodol for Dyspepsia takes 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 Kodo Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m w Peculiar to New York The New York newspapers are terribly excited about whether or not sensational journalism is right proper This is exclusively a Now York newspaper story sensa tionl journalism being for the most part a New York institution Charleston SC News and Courier 4IS X ortz4Beare theIto Kind Yoa Hare Always Baajte Bijnitnrt Russian Editor Honored Paul Miller director ofthe official telegraph agency and editor of the Financial Messenger and Journal of Commerce and Industry St Peters burg has been appointed a member of the council of the mistery of finance and agent of the mistery for Germany and AustriaHungary Why it Exasperates- My husband has such an exaspra ting habit of talking in his sleep Disturbs your rest doesnt it Oh I dont mind that But he mumbles so I cant understand a word he says CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears thed sfSignature of Ca Z7 2 1V x1t j t Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been In uso for oer 30 years has borne tho signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since Its infancy Allow no ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIAiOaitoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature ofV 1 A The Mud You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years THC CCtmUH COMPANY TT MOATTPCLT MM YOU OCT OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald + 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Coamoplitan 325 TILE REPUBLICAN and rwicea Week OwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 TILE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Nationalagazine150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN r MW MW IIIWUMWHit Y it AGREATOFFERIIOn account of tnoving into new and larger quarters the Owensboro Business UniversityW- ill it make the following great reduction hi rates on just fifty scholarships Our regular rates for a single scholarship In it either department is 45 Combined course of Bookkeeping- ann Shorthand 8000 In this effort to reach a great spring enrollment we will make the great sacrifice of 15 on the single course or 25 onitthe combined course 3000The it ever made by any school at any time Further any one securing the sale of only five of these cash departmentThesebut will call your attention to the fact that only fifty will be sold at this price This means immediate action on your part VmbeAMFISHERPreaOwensboro Business University Owcnsboro Kentucky r y n r R nfi 1W L llhdlaIferencsTnvnNSlFontyearerrtxIIat of KIFIT PISTOLS SITOTOUNS Itlllo Tnletcopes itoI Ask ouJtI i de n4 4c m hump fur 140 tllconnottanner ern 1 Utonal poID oa Shock reeIMofcauloerrke line Aimnniltlwi Etc I BetuUd tttrt CornIo1J STSVES3 AHltS AND TOOL CO FOBo 4C94 Cohere FALLS tAssU- 5ASubscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advanced y tit O1 1 KO 01 tBIG FOUR New York Central Lines The Best Line to Indianapolis li Peoria I Chicago P Toledo Detroit llClevol nd u 9 New York f II Boston I And all other points East Information cheerfully furnished I on application at City Ticket Office Big Four No 259 Fourth avenue or write to S J GATES Genl Agent Passenger Dept Louisville Ky wr H J RHEIN IGeneral Passenger 0 Agent I I t fCodol Dyspepsia CursDigests what you eat 7 w rJ r e 1Hartford Republican f lnuetbytbennnforlpnwlehingcompNny f iKcoBroRAYio C M niKKTT Edlton- TSLTPSIOI7Sl7 C K HM1 rll f CombzleusdcS3430u- Ch 21rr12FRIDAY JUNE S- ANNOUNCEMENTS We an authorized to announce S A ASHEn NON ol Wctfcliartlord Precinct a cauilldat for Itepreuntatlre In the General Ancmbljr h o till the 2 th dtitrlet Kibjttt to the action o i the Republican partj- WearaantborliedI to Announce CLAREKCI DcWEESE ol Bhrere Precinct n candidate tor II pre ntatlTe In the General Ainemblj iron this the 6th dlltrlct abject to the action ot the Republican party Examine the label on your paper It It Is not correct notify us HARTFORD will have fifty new dwelling houses at the close of the year 1 ALL is not gold that glitters ani all is not beef thats tinned by the trust WHEN President Roosevelt cos cludes his present term the only un finished business will be the Panam- anal f ANY trouble that may befall you during June may be accounted fo by the fact that the month came ion n Friday THAT Chicago woman who kiss eel the whole college irate nity can get a permanent job here as a picnic chaperon I THE State Board of Equalization is made up of a gentlemanly set of 1 fellows but they have to be shown a great deal- fOUBTLESS the story that a soap mountain has been discovered in Nebraska was invented for the purpose of scaring away the tramps A lot of voters who have heard of the free alcohol bill will find themselves up against a great dis appointment next fall r WE might agree not to do any thing to injure the packers business if they in turn would agree not to do anything to injure our health IT will be remembered that Judge McCann who turned the Louisville saloonkeepers loose was the only of ficer who received the earnest support of Dick Knott and the Evening r Pot WE hope Congress will not ad journ its present session until it has passed a bill reestablishing the UnitedmerchantStates on the oceans of the world SENATOR BURTON has resigned Now if Senator Smoot could be dis posed of suddenly a large number I of professional croakers would b- outl of employment I A correspondent of the New York Herald wants to know what makes a preacher so tired that h must take a vacation Perhaps it isI the couples he married during th year ublicpolicyIT is against for any party to order a primary election on the general election day Suppos- each party should do so In many precincts competent election officers could not be secured and endless confusion is bound to result HON JOHN P HASWELL one of Breckenridgecountys most prominent t Republicans was here thi week He has been prominently mentioned for the nomination forI Congress in this district at the com ing election He served several terms in the House of Representatives V with distinction and is very popular in his county TilE death of Arthur Pue Gorman this week removes from public life a man who was a splendid example of the possibilities in reach of the American boy no matter how hum ble his surroundings in lifes begin ning Senator Gorman began life a poor boy as a page In the United States Senate He grew to be a man of power and influence in his State and in the councils of his par ty by pluck and industry TilE Louisville Herald issued a mammoth Home Coming Edition Wednesday It was a splendid peice of enterprise and contains tl short sketches of many of Louis villes business enterprises and points of interest The Herald is the leading paper of Kentucky to day having surpassed the Courier Journal It is what the Republican have long desired and they should give it undivided support ofMR J L RICHARDSON Hart county has been suggested for th Republican nomination for Congress in this district He graduated from the Jefferson Law School at Louis- m ville last week with high honors and was selected by the faculty to de liver the class oration If given the nomination at the Hodgensvilh Convention Mr Richardson would make a brilliant canvass of the dis trict and with good chances to de feat Mr Johnson for a seat in Congress TilE time has come when people must list their lands or other property at something near cashvalue If they do not do so the County Board of Supervisors should raised them If our county falls far b hind our neighbors in assessed valu ation as it did last year the State orn to us coun uponaenes n a fair valuation must suffer with those who have sought to evader their fair share of the burdens of taxation TilE long drawn out fight over the Louisville post office has been ended by the selection of Robert Woods who was not even an applicant Mr Woods was born in Breckenridge and I9 R 1gI made man and IIone of the highest character Dr Baker deserved a reappointment if any one did who had served two terms Hr was handicapped by the support Of Dick Knott and by the open support of some of the big four who knifed him secretly Had he been given the honest real sup port of Yerkes in addition to his other support he would have won Districthas lost one of its best citizens Mr Hill was an able lawyer and has fill- eight ed the District Attorneyship for years in a very creditable manner Among those mentioned as his suc cessor are Hon George W Jolly of Owensboro Judge DuRelle of Louisville Walker Watkins Elkton and M L Heavrin of Hartford Any one of these gentlemen would make a good District Attorney but of course we think Mr Heavrin would exactly fit the place No more deserving or better man could be found in the Western District No town of its size can boast of a better set of boys than Hartford They are an orderly manly class of young fellows who will make them selves felt in the doings of the world in the future It has often been re marked on the streets that the pres ent Hartford boys are less given to smoking chewing swearing and all other habits and vices which blight toe day than any boys who have grown areenot clanish and have no quarrels On Sunday mornings they are at the various Sunday schools of the town lOur citizens should be proud of them alletheir laudable sports andambitions They are the boys of to day but they will be the citizens of tomorrow TilE Hartford Herald is too thin skinned to stand a good na tured prod from us about some of andsasks to be let alone Because we called the Heralds attention to the fact that it had overlooked or pur posely evaded giving its readers any information about the 20 per cent raise on Ohio county farm lands by the State Board of Equalization it complains that we have fallen out with it Nothing of the kind Get Ridof Bunches eruptions Inflammations sore ness of the eyelids and ears diseases of the bones rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting are only some ol the troubles It causes I It Is a very active evil making havoc ol the whole system HoodsSarsaparilla Eradicates It cures all its manifestations IIand builds up the whole system no substitute i brother We are proud of your pa I per as a county and town enterprise and arepersonally fond of its editors This is what influences us to want you to do right As an opposi tion paper we have our duties to perform and when you fail tc mention matters of supreme interest to all our people like this and th i new Representative district matter it is not only onr high prerogative but our plain duty to tell you abou it That is all 4 TARIFF MAKES NO DIFFERENCE IThe Protective tariff has been cal led the mother of trusts However traildgives the big companies higher pric es than they could get without it just as it does these smaller companies and individuals The combi nation of small companies jnto a lest number of larger ones has been go ing on in England the same as it has here Big companies can do th business to better advantage than propereY y difference whether the tariff is high or low SMALLHOUSE June 4Mr and Mrs Louis Geiger were the guests of Mr and Mrs S T Hunter Sunday Misses Lelia Hunter pnd Eula Withrow were the guests ofMr and Mrs T L Withrow of Central City from Wednesday until Sundaying Miss Maggie Hunter and Mr W C Overhuls spent Saturday night and Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs P L Wood of Ceralvo Mr L B Overhuls went to Central City Saturday returning Sun dayQuite a nice rain fell here Thursday and Friday It was muchneeded Miss Dibbie Taylor returned home Saturday from a visit to relatives at Hartford and Beaver Dam Mr and Mrs C T S Overton were the guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Robertson of near Hartford Friday nightMr and Mrs R P Bennett and son Arnold of Beda were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alva Callo way a few days last week Mrs G H Lawrence is the guest of her mother Mrs A B Stanley of Beaver Dam Quite a nice congregation met at Mr and Mrs Tom Godseys last Sunday and helda good prayer meeting The next meeting will beat the home of Mr and Mrs Jas H Fulkerson i Miss Maud Calloway will spend next week at Beda the guest of rel j ativesMr and Mrs Ben Jones of Muhl enburg county R P Ball and wife of Rockport were the guests of Mrs Jennie Ball recently Miss Nettie Geiger was the guest of Miss Oma Maddox Sunday Prof M D Maddox of Beaver parentslMr JIAshbyrow Messrs Worth Fulkerson J HI Addington Lee Overhults and John Morton went to Airdrie Hill Sunday Mr Sam Bilbro and Miss Cis ney of Matanzas attended school at Equality Sunday SundayI Mrs Mattie Ross of a guest of Mesdames P B Taylor and George Reid Mr Ross Morton of Livermore was the guest of his parents Satur day night and Sunday Miss Alice Fulkerson is visiting in Central City this week- Teachers Institute After thorough investigation and careful consideration I have decided to hold the Ohio County insti tute at Hartford instead bf Owens boro The proposition of taking the institute out of the county has met with such widespread and proneunc ed oppositionand it would ential such additional cost on the teachers that I feel it my duty to the county to safe guard whose interest I have been electedto hold it as above indi tedII desire to say further that no Ohio county teacher will be given any credit whatever at the institute for time spent at the Chautauqua institute Yours truly J M DEW ESE S 0 C S Notice Sulphur Springs Magisterial Dis tict A S of E will meet at Dundee Saturday before the third Sunday in June at 10 oclock a m T r rj N q THEASOFE RALLY At the Street Fair June 22 to be Great Event Says Pres Moreland Lookout for Friday June 22 thee great rally day of the A S of E of Ohio county at the street fair Let- e the Equity people of Ohio and adjoining counties turn out by the thousands and hear that matchless speaker and orator the Hon H B Sherman National Organizer of the A S of E of Greensburg Ind who will address the people of Ohio county at the fair grounds on June 22 the first day of the street fair We will meet at the fair grounds at 10 a m and form in line of parade with two brass bands We will thin go through the principal streets of Hartford and back to the fair grounds and then from our wellfilled baskets we will feast to our souls content and then we will hear thee greatest speech in the history of our organization in this country Come one come all DAVID MORELAND Pres District Union of the A S of E The following resolutions were adopted by the Hartford Magisteri al District Union No1 of the A S of E 1 Resolved that we as a Dis trict Union investigate whether it has become a law for all steam and flouring mills to exact no more than oneseventh toll and if so when it takes effect 2 Resolved that we take not less than one dollar 100 per bush el for our wheat fiftyfive cents per bushel for corn from now until Dee 11901 3 Resolved that we take not less than thirtyfive cents per 100 Ibs for bailed straw Resolved that we oppose the run ning of automobiles on the public highways This Union will meet at Cool Spring on Saturday June 30th at 9 oclock a m OTIS H STEVENS Secy tt A Hair- Dressing Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing Something to make the hair more manageable to keep it from being too rough or from splitting at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood WellfcdhairwHIbestrongand will remain where it belongs Ion the head sot on the comb I The bet kind of a testimonial Sold for OYJr sixty To- uAeJloAJoco10WIII MM REAL STATEIf you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us 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 sting 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 Rhalf Caney Crock bottoms all cleared goodorchard 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 fur nished on application List your property with us We will find a buyer- BRRNHTY SMITH Real Estate Agents Republican Office Hartford Ky g rpprppc- I E P Barnes 8011 I I Hot Weather Wearables I 4Aro strongly in evidence at our store Hot 11tatller Drws still of every description at u nice ill mngu of price White Waistmgf White Dress lH i j Linens Switws in White and fancied Batistes and 4- I Ii all other popular Dnis and Waist Fabrics tire on iiIa solo and you can easily find a combination of ma iIterial antlf prices that is sure to please YOliI4- a Ask iI J To fee our White and Colored Parasols and Um iI J brellus The line is extraordinary and the price iC inexpensive We brit thtse goods at each jOe cI75c 1 SI 25 Ilfiu 175 2 250 itJ 1 1 and x iI t 500 2 I Fans iIyi Buy one of our nice fans and keep cool We are 4showing a large assortment at each 5c lOc 15e enehpI i p d x I Summer Clothing I11int1ott Serge vita and vwts 8111 Serge Suits Fancy Cunts and Putts Viso white gray Famousp71 x Patternsxft r r Summer Millinery Lot us have your orders for your Summer Hats varietyThe beautiful White Chiffon HnUjthe White Chip ff and Leghorn the White Duck Hats the Black ffChiifon Hats the Black Chip Hats the Black r I p Braid Hats Everything desirable in Millinery IBeaverDam 4444444 ft4H eu ta 1 na c z c a- sHartfords 1 1 r itT i 1 Will bring many people to inspect the ole gant lino of Jewelry Optical Goods and He pair Department of the now Jewelry Store which has opened up in the now Opera House on Main street t You aro also invited to como long whether you are m the market till any t heulyuartonwhenin Permanently Located Here and having served half of my lift nt the Jewelry and Optician profession am prepared to do the work in tho most scientific manner All kinds of Wntch t 1guarantoedt Let or exam 1 iiiation I earnestly solicit your friendship and pat ronage Give mo a trial I bog to remain as over Yours respectfully J B TAPPANThe Leading Jeweler and Optic- ianHARrEroRD J KYETT71tttt i tft 7 Pfr7v7 t r9 4 t4 TTT7t itt ttrt j hi Subscribe for The Republican it 1J 1f 1 c lv fr i zau I 1II I fl FearsI 1 T Thirtysix inch guaranteed best Tnfleta Silk regular to 125 quality at 1 I 1a Yardwide white Habuti wash Silk worth Goc at onlyJ8cI Fortyfour inch extra fine quality black Mohair the 125 quality for only 1 a yard t Ten dozen Ladies lust color plain black lace stripe f Hose tho 20c quality for only 15c a pair j Fifty dozen Ladies Bleached Taped Neck and arm I hole Vests tho 15c quality for only lOc each One piece 72inch pure bleached linen Table D- amaskthe usual 75c quality for only 50c a yard a Twenty pieces fivequarter Table Oil Clotha standard quality that soils everywhere at 20c Our special price 15c a yard fo Five pieces Dress Linens Thirtysix inches wide iwhite Linens usual 35c quality at 25c Yardwide f fine Irish Linen at 45c Two and a half yards wide Linen Sheeting for Dresses at 1 Brown blue and green Linens 30inches wide at 20c yard J f vilwuntyfivo pairs White Lace Curtains 3i yards longwith a beautiful floral draped border would be an ornament to any room actual value 150 a pair j Our special price only 100 per pair V Fairs Basement We are always busy in it Why Because we are giving to our trade dailyuseful articles at prices 25 per cent lower than others give you Visit us whether you want to buy or not Always glad to show you all through Everything 5c and lOc Nothing higher Y 7 j Trade With the Bargain Givers I y HEALERS il g Hartford Republican t I FRIDAY JUNE 8 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table r Norfh Bauml Month Bo odd Nolatdae MO ft m No121du1t7 lam- NoIrtdatL3ep m No 101 One 148 p DI No 102 ilae 348 pm NoUldbYepm Visit City Retaurant Buy your Clothing at Carson Co Buy your Shoes and Oxfords at Carson Co t New line of Dainty Val Insertions and Laces at Fairs Mr W F Stevens Nocreek call ed to see us Monday You can buy the nicest Black Mo hairs for Skirts at Fairs Mr MJD Cook Arnold made us a pleasant call Monday Yardwide Taffeta Silk in Black and Navy Blue at Fairs When you buy Fairs Millinery Letyou get style and quality Those Sweet and Sour Pickles at City Restaurant are so good If you are in need of Furniture Stoves or Carpets come to Carson Co Dr S D Taylor Beaver Damwai a pleasant caller while In town Wed nesday Fairs sell the beat 36inch White Waist Silk in Hartford The price i trf is48cts Mr W C Blankenship Beaver if anycalled to see us while in town I Monday 10 r9ra trI II i tI l 1 fc t or1 I See Fairs Persian Sash Ribbons IIce Hooks and Ice Picks in Fairs basement Buy Carharrts Overalls at Fairs Best made You are sure to get your moneys worth at City Restaurant Mr John Blair Buford called to se us while in town Monday Mr James Carter Narrows was a very pleasant caller Monday Mr C F Wallace Rosine called to see us while in town Monday I Call at Z Wayne Griffins Drug Storefor all kinds of cool drinks I Buy your Collars Neckwear and Belts at Fairs Always the newest Money saved by you when you buys in Fairs Basement Everything 5c and lOc None higher Sayl Did you try Cold Drinks at Saunders grocery I should say so I 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 Mr C W Griffin has resigned his position as electrician for the Ken I tucky Light and Power Company here Coca Cola Lime Juice Orange Ice and any other cold drink you may like made to order at Z Wayne I Griffins For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain I for cash Can on or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tfI IIn reporting the election of of by the local Knights of PythI ias lodge last week we omitted theI name of Mr John W Taylor who was elected ViceChancellor line of Swisses and White INewat Fairs Oh my I that Ice Cream at ity Restaurant nt itgood A nice treat for every one thet takes a meal at City Restaurant dui ing court The most uptodate Soda Fountain in town is at Z Wayne Griffins Drug Store Dr J W Taylor wHo has been been quite ill for the past several days is able to be out again Have you visited Fairs 5c and lOc Basement If not do so whetjou come to town You will save money by it Help your boy or neighbors boy win a free trip to the Mammoth cave Full particulars on eighth page We are in need of Spring Chickens Old Hens Eggs Wool and all kinds of good country produceCARSON Co Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf Just think of it Saunders sells 181b of standard granulatedsugar for 100 and you get a ticket worth five cents Misses Hattie Barnett and Fannie Cox returned Tuesday from a few days visit to relatives and friendsat Elkton Ky Full particulars of our free trip I to the Mammoth Cave for seven Ohio county school boys on the eighth pageIThe Ohio County has fixed the date of this years an nual fair to be held at Hartford on September 1923 Mrs M J Reid and daughter Miss Margaret Rockport are the guests of R A Gillespie and W H Griffin and families An invitation is extended to every body to attend the Knights of Pyth las memorial services at Oakwood cemetary next Sunday 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 Besides getting the leading county newspaper you can cast ten votes for your boy or neighbors boy to goo the Mammoth Cave all for 100 The Annual Reunion of the Green River Association of exfederal soldiers will be held at Morgantown Kentucky on Wednesday July 4 1906 Mr U G Kagland has resigned his position as office deputy for County Clerk W S Tinsley and RaymerTinsley has accepted the place Mr James P Thomas cashier in the Surveyor of Ports office Louisville was the guest of his parents MondayIEvery 100 paid on subscription to TUE REPUBLICAN entitles you to ten votes for any boy you would like for us to take to the Mammoth Cave Remember Fairs keep the best as ortment of Mattings Oil Cloths Lace Curtains Window Shades Etc in Hartford Call and get their prices Mr Marvin Black of the East Hartford nelgborhood who has been attending the A and M College at Lexington for the past five months is the guest of his mother this week Mr Henry Williams of Kansas City Mo visited his brother G B Williams a few days thisweek Mr Wilj5ams was a former Hartford boy and his friends will be glad to know that he has made a splendid success financially People from Ohio county who attend the Home Coming at Louisville next week will find an excellent resting place at the yards of the Bryant t Stratton Business College corner of Second and Walnut streets I Mr Solon Patterson operator for the Frisco railroad at Franks Mo wife and little son Beverly are the guests of Mr Pattersons parents Dr and Mrs B N Patterson at McHenry Mr Patterson will remain in Kentucky until after Home oming and Will attend both the Louisville and Ohio county celebration sIf+ t J Mr J H Davis Sunnydale was a pleasant caller Wednesday Mr A I Nall Mayfield Ky is the guest of his mother here Little Miss Gracie Forrester is the guest of relatives in Owensboro this week Mr W C Knott Matanzas was a- very pleasant caller while in town yesterday Come to Carson Co for all kinds of farming implements also buggies and wa onsIMrs Charlott Tichentr Matanzas istheoufst of her daughter Mrs A Bratcher Mrs J B Tappan and son Master Parkare the guests of relatives at South Carrollton Miss Lillie Shannon Junction City Ky is the guest of her uncle Judge J E Fogle Supt James DeWeese and County Attorney Woodward returned from Owensboro yesterday where they had been on important business Mrs Stafford Reaves Hewitt of Columbus Ohio formerly Miss Caro lyne Barber of this place is the guest of hersister Mrs J H Williams Mr John P Haswell of Hardins burg was the guest of MrG B Williams last Friday He called at TilE REPUBLICAN office while here Rev W A Miller of Sebree will preachat Centertown Friday night at Lone Star Saturday night before and at Ceralvo the third Sunday in his month Dr LD F Whittaker Rochester who has just completed his third year at the Kentucky University of Medicine at Louisville was the uest of Judge W B Taylor Wednesday In the Commonwealths docket for the recent May term of court which was published in these columns two veeks ago there appeared case gainst Rosco Williams which was a nistake occasioned by an error of the grand jury in returning the Indictment against him instead of against Clayton Williams who was intended to be indicted When the matter was brought to the Commonwealth and County Attorneys attention the in ictment against Rosco Williams was promptly dismissed and one against Clayton Williams substituted It was no fault of ours thatthe error occurred but purely a clerical oversight on the part of the grand jury In this issue will be found the announcement of Mr S A Anderson and Clarence DeWeese for Rep AssemblyMr icy at this bar and was for six ears Clerk of the Ohio Circuit curt He is well qualified for the position he seeks Mr DeWeese is a brother of James DeWeese Coun y School Superintendent He has aught school in the county forsev eral years and will be graduated rom the Louisville Hospital College fMedicine the 30th of this month He is a promising young man of more han usual ability and if nominated will make a fine official BFOSale It 100 firstclass Oak Ash and lickory trees also 2000 Gum and Maple on land adjacent to Rough river three miles West from Hartford Will sell timber as it stands in tree cut and delivered on river or will cut into lumber For further particulars address this office 46t6 RENDER Miss Elsie Mathews of Hartford is the guest of Miss Isabel Fair this week Mr and Mrs Fred Reed have re turned to their home in Herrin Ill fter a two months visit to relatives Messrs Simon Jones and Ed Bar rass spent the day in Louisville Sun dayMrs James Bratcher and children of Beaver Dam visited her father IE S Reed this week Messrs J S Spence and G T Tin- iley attended Sunday school at Cen tertown Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Ellis Williams whore visiting at Providence will re turned home this week after a months visit Mr John F Engleby left Monday for Herrin Ill where he will make extendedvisitMessrs and Joe James were in Leitchfield Sunday r Mrs F E Harris returned from Echols Sunday aftera visit to rela f 11 tI 1E 1 sonss s ss0 Keep Cool Get into one of our light pleasant and Dressy j Summer Suits Put one on and you can defy old Soland show him fur 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 you can get them ae low as 350 and up Ve have a swell line of threepiece Suits in Grays the very latest and most fashionable Blue Serges which are the leaders in style now and the very best and the always sty ish Black Thibet Suits Double and Single Breasted with vent in back or side3 long or short style 5 750 850 10 1250 and 15 A Swell LineOf odd Pants can be found here by the stylish dresser also by anyone else who desires a pair of Pants for dress business and work use They are made in the very latest and most pleasing fashion We can fit anybody Prices 50c to 5 DONT FORGETT- hat weHold the Reputation of being the 11 11 11 Clothing Headquarters For Ohio County- We carry a large nd good stock of high grade and fine make Clothes for men of moderate means al ways made in the very latest styles The poor man and the man of small earnings can always find him self a Suit to suit his taste and pocketbooktoo Be sides the large stock of Clothing we carry a large line of Shoes Hats Neckwear Shirts Etc Fair treatment Guaranteed to everyone SAM BACH4 Hartford KyBI = The UptoDat- eTONSORAL SHOP 41 The Old Reliable Stand Two bDoor Above the l l CJr f il New Commercial Hotel 49On Center Street = John W TaylorProprietor 11 rI = Easy Shaves fashionable Hair Cuts and Sham = 19 pooing Baths at all hours both tub and Show = q er hot and cold water fif I Have also added a complete Clothes Pressing it and Cleaning outfit Give us a call =s UvesIson day where they will make their I home We regret very much to give them up but wish them good luck and good health in their new homeRev J J Smith of Clinton Ky of Beaer Darn EIIt In progress for over two weeks I I 1 i Great work was done for the cause About 85 converted and reclaimed About 50 joined the Methodist church 25 the Baptist churchand other converts going to churches of their choice Rev Smith and Mr Hurt are now in Valley Park Mo holding a meeting and we hope great good will be done and many souls saved as the fruits of their labor Rev Smith is one of the best evangelists ever in our town and we hope in the future to have him with us again s a i Tr ff 1T I STREET FAIR And Home Coming of Ohio Coun tfans to be Held June 2223 Following is a partial list of pre miums offered by Hartfords business atmenHrrtford June 22 and 23 1 W H Griffin Druggisttier most popular young of a member A S of E of Ohio county between the age of 16 and 22 yearslamp 10 00 Lady receiving 2nd highest vote present to be selected 6 00 2 J C Her Groceryman best jam cake 5 Best pound cake 5 00 Winning cakes to be property donor 3 City Restaurantbest mare and Suckling colt 7 50 Second best 2 50 4 Sam Bach Dry Goods and Clothing Merchantbest suckling mule colt suit hat and shoes 15 00 5 RAVKmg Jeweler and Optician oldest gentleman or lady present 1 pair gold rim spectacles 650 6 Black Birkhead Livery menhandsomest turnout 1 set of buggy harness 15 00 7 US Carson Groceryman best suckling colt foaled in 1906shot 0gun8 A D White Hardware an 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 lady rider regardless of age 15 00 02nd11 J H Williams Druggist prettiest half dozen doiliesin drawn work one toilet set 5 00 Handsomest half dozen doilies in embroidered work one hand bag 4 00 Prettiest piece of drawn work cu glass sugars and creams 5 C Handsomest piece of embroidered 0work12 Fair Co Dry Goods c handsomest turnout driven l IYof young lady three or more to enter IUaWinners in ring 6 not eligible in this ring entries cannot be made in both rings 13 Thomas Bros Grocerymen heaviest dozen of hen eggs on clock 2 50 14 Moore Crabtree Meat menfor closest guess to a sealed 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 300 Second premium T 2 00 17 Sam Riley Groceryman best half dozen frying chickens 2 50 18 R H Gillespie Blacksmith best bushel of wheat one doubletree and singletrees to match 3 5 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 2 00 Best two pounds of butter 1 00 21 = Dr E W Fordbest drag for dirt road 5 00 The following points to be considered 1st Cheapness and simplicity 40 per cent 2nd Strength and Durability 25 per cent 3rd Effectiveness 25 per cent 4th General Appearance 10 per cent Dr Ford will furnish any information con cerning the drag free Members of Ohio County Fiscal Courtif present to be the committee to award the premium i 22 Bank of Haatfordbest horse any age or sex 10 03 23 Carson Co General Mer chandisefor the most popular young man in Ohio county between the age of 18 and 25 years one buggy 50 00I All ballots to be signed by voter with name and post office address Contest opens June 1st 1906 and con tinues 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 model stallionmare or gelding any age one gold watch 15 00 To be exhibited under halter 25 Dr J B Jeweler and beItweensolid gold ring 6 00 beItween eling toilet set 3 OC 26 Keown Bros Meat Men largest gentleman present 1 0 Largest lady present 1 OC 27 Z Wayne Griffin and Bro Druggists prettiest handkerchief ir drawn work one set Rogers 184 knives and forks 6 5C 28 R T Her Saddlerbest oh time fiddler over age of 50years2 5 29 J H Thomas Undertaker potato race 100 yards 3 or more to enter33 potatoes laid 3 feet apart each potato to be carried back to box separate to first 300 Tosecond 200 30 Hoover Bros Confectieners foot race for boys between the age 0of31 Hoover Bros Confectioners best white layer cake 40 pounds granulated sugar 2 25 Tweddell Bro black ofsmIthsbest two chickens anybreeo one set of doubletree and single trees 250 33 Long Co Economy Store Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc handsomest turnout on horsebank lady and gentleman together any age three or more to enter 8 00 hat to lady 5 00 pair shoes to gentleman The American Society of Equity will be given the afternoon of Friday first day for a grand parade ad dress by some leader of national reputation and such other program as they may arrange RULES beendgovern the conduct of the Fair in all particulars I No citizen of Hartford shall be 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 day of the Fair person shall compete for a prlmium who does not reside in Ohio county nor shall any animal or article be exhibited not produced in 0Ohio county IV All articles after beingexhib ed shall be returned to the owner unless otherwise stipulated by terms exhibitV premiums shall remain in possession of person giving same until 4 oclock p m on last day of FairVI There shall be no entry fee charged for any ring IeVlI 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 the award of any premium by the judges he shall issue his warrant on the person offering said premium for same He shall also assist in count ing the vote in any contest for pre miumIX No one but farmers who arc upjjnmu or entertainments will be allowed on the streets during the Fair and no lunchor refreshment stand will be allowed on the streets XI No horse buggy nor other vehicle of any citizen of Hartford shall be permitted to enter into any contest XII The following gentlemen shall constitute the executive board and shall have general supervision over all entries and awards W T Brown Sam Morton A R Pirtle Burch Felix Silas Stevens S A ANDERSON Chmn C11 BAnNETT Sec HEBER MATTHEWS JOHN E BEAN SAM T BARNETT Committee r Beware Ointments for Ca tarrh That Contains Mercury as mercnry will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it though the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken in ternally acting directly upon thet blood and mucous surface of theI system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in COIper bottle Take Halls Family Pills for stipation conI FINGERS LOSE USEFULNESS Their Tips Are Said to Be Tar Lest Sensitive Now Than They Wero Generations Ago If vou ask ten people which purl of tho human anatomy is mosl sensitive to thi touch nint1 ol HngertipsGcarver und particularly nuiakei of ivory billiardballs novel trusts to the fillers to tell him when lie hits obtained the nwxi mum of smoothness An object which feels perfectly smooth to the lingers or to the end of the foot may feel quite oonrse to th most sensitive portion of the hu man skin namely the small patch covering the cheekbone You may test this easily for your self with say a knifehandle At one period the fingertip certainly were tliefmost sensitive to the touch but two extreme resulting from civilization have robbed them of their former high value Today a great section of hujnanity uses its fingers in xiiih rough occupations bricklaying certain dejmrtnients of engineer big etctlmt the fingertips have become too hard to be keenly sen- Sitive Strangely enough the exact op PSite extreme has had a similar effect During the last century that portion of the wealthy class tR which never uses its fingers for anything harder than handling a silk handkerchief has grown at an amazing rate and thesensitivp ness of the fingertips in this raso has been dulled by nonuse THIEF ROBBED HIMSELF Thug Takes Victims Cash and Swaps Overcoats Latter Finds Valuables in Hooligans Garment Ill Moscow the other day a civil servant was making his cautious way homo when ho was suddinly seized by an armed hooligan who demanded his money IIstammered the hapless civil serv tint have only my watch hit it is good and of gold Will that do 1 suppose it must growled the hooligan who took tIle watllI nnd released its owner Present ly however he again overtook his prey to demand his roat Hut its so cold objected the civil servant You can have mine instead replied the hooligan Its thread bare to be sure but it may pre vent you taking fOIl The civil servant took of his comfortable fur coat to receive in exchange the robbers threadbare garment God night mill Ood bless you1 cried thick mocking hooligan as he disapiroared in the darkness And tIll civil servant was blesesd ac cordingly At the turn of the next street he got a cab which took him home with all speed to find that the hooligan had left in the thread bare eoat riot only the stolen watch but 100 ruhilesin gold QUEENS GIFT IS USELESS Favored ChJJd Sees Father Take Cash Brother the Candy and Mother Appropriates Hodnry There are ninny stories told of till Queen of Italys nets of kind ness to lieu poor subjects The following however shows thut Hell the good intentionsof queens are notalways fulfilled Hernia jesty recently noticed a pleasant faced little girl und the queen spoke to her There was a short conversation and the queen asked flit child what she could do in the way of wcdlework I can knit stockings signora replied the girl Do you know who I am continued the queen Yes Big nora you are tIll queen Well then make me a pair of stockings and send theta to the palace A few days afterward the articles arrived and the queen in return for the gift sent the child a beau tiful pair of silk stocking one filled with sweets the other conI taining money Next day the queen received a letter from her I little friend as follows Signora your gift has caused mo many tears My father took the money my brother took tIll sweets and as for the stockings why mother took tJiem for herself Habits of the Great TIll sovereigns of Europe have nil their own peculiar habits For example King Kdwnrd hits a way of passing his linger backward and forward under his chin the Herman emperor twirls lila mus tache with energy while the king jf Italy strokes his gently timid af fectionately the emperor of Aus tria combs out his whiskertuind I the czar frequently passes his handover tIlt top of his head Lastly the retiring president of France M Loubet hits a trick of shrugging his right shoulder and at the same time smoothing the front of his coat with his right hand I I Fluffys Finish The following advertisement recently appeared in a Louisville Ivan pape- rLostOtie dollar reward will be paid for the return of my Mal tese kitten white cross on throat lime ribbon about neck answers to name of FIulfyMrs X Y Itrown And immediately under it apjieared the following U- ewardI will pay three dollars re ward for the hide of said eatX- V Ilrown Topeka State Jour nal Thtnki it a to drown a spoonful of trouble 1A positive CATARRH n Elys Cream Balm li quickly absorbed Gives Relict at Once It cleanses soothes heats nntl protects the diseased memo lirano It cures Catarrh anti drives bwnr a Cold in the iIAYFEVERFtorelTasto anti Smell Full etzo 50cts nt Druggists or by mail Trial Size 10 dR by maiL Ely IJrothers GG Wurrca titrcot Now York DROPS I CURES I RHEUMATISMLUMBAGO NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE SDROPS taken Internally rids the blood of the polsouous matter aull acids which aro She direct causes of tbeae diseases Applied eitornally It affords almost In slant relief from pain nbllea permanent cure Is being eHecled b the blood dlKSolflnir the poisonous sub dance east rernos log U irons the system DR 8 D BLAND Of nrewton aanrltrsiI b4 r om snItsrrforsnutb5rof y n with Lumbago and Ulteuntatura ID mr arm and Ugi mottled all ttioremollMUiill could gather from medlcM work and aUoooninlted with a nurolxr of tu IIbIlonlbulloUDd551 thenOlblaIJhAC btIi ptscrIbI =m7 prsoUc- IforrbumsUsm and klnrOd FREEIf you are suffering with Rneomtlsm Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or any kin dred disease wrlla to us era trial 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lYJlla r t C UIIABNTT 0 KHUITII BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEY Al LAW iYIthe court Ohio nuil nillolnluitconiitlMiiiml Court of Apical SprininltcIitiiII girrutu nil boalseesstrued tlirlrrnri CClIICluDII1 the lrnrtice of Crisis Innlmul Itonl Kutiitu Luw Hiwclnltln Ufflolt i ilrLlLICAFRANKLFELIX Attorney at Law iiAurronii KY Will tiratllre bin irolm lun In Ohio and ad olulim county ami In the Cacti ol Appeals CrI nil DM I iiricllr unit filiation a specialty Omceln the llrralil building i i I CHAS MCROWE I LAWYER I HAHTFORD Ky Will prnetlr bllrolon In ill the eourU el Ohio and mljolnlitir rfiontln and In th Coar ol Appeal Hcl l ittrntlon given tjr crlnlinl pructlcwnnil In rollrrlliinii Offlr corset Mar kt and rotr strraia Thus rotor nptailn JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY rotketIonmahigabdrurtscalootsry ty OUr north sida pullr Ilqa r R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky WILL prarticsintht4i5 soi ltdrslCotrtrrowcatn rlaluta for IVndun Kc CullrtoDS forOblocuouty M I IIIUVIIIV EiLSIO4T VOOInVAXh HEAVRIN WOODWARD Qf i c c lIAsTrlun Kr CourtoflblorssubLvnhIIoaIOIAIpi tolltlOUt YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky of0111i 1 Aniwiil AUuNntnry lnbliepomucr First W IIUAUXns H A AXDKI180X BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law IIAHTFOKD KY The BDIrnilttnc1 announce that they burr fnrincil A pnrlnrnhlp the practice of Lisa Iti nil rnurti Hint nml lnlrral sithloiflaa south pill nUiiln Strn oNualt Court licuac liarS fiinl Kr Atitrm tlnit Titles nnd ItlUntlon of vctlnff Tltlm In llntl Hulnto will hi glten irw cnlnttrntlon Nutnry In flue W llllAIINril- HAAMirlWON KILmCOUCHAND WITh Dr Kings veryTONSUMPTION FOR I GOcSlOOOLDS I Surest and Quickeit Cure for all TILOUBLES C PATENTS 8on4moc1e1drIfrvo aiiricu how la obtala tKltnta trade maika U Urszeemoney antofltn tktfatntl ExclusivityWriteOU Blnttt oacoWASHINGTON GASNOWI i ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHUNE COMPANY I IN Visa PEAT5D The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for ton ser vice which is being constantly ex L tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15 cts 45 miles 20 cts c J W MgrBeaver Ky 4f r FREE TRIP TO- MAMMOTH CAVE= Tr I u t Offered By The Republican toi School Boys of Ohio County ItIHowmany persons in Ohio county have seen the Mammoth Cave less than 100 miles from MS it is visited every year by people from every land as one of the seven wonders of I the world Doubtless many of our readers have been embarrassed when in other Statcsthey were asked to describe thewonderful Kentucky i Slave and were compelled to admit to the utter astonillhmenttf the ques tioner that they have never seen it To contribute somewhat toward this necessary part of the boys education the management of this paper has decided to inaugurate a pilgrimage to the cave for the first week in September of this year and seven school boys one from each Magisterial district in Ohio county between the ages of 12 and 20 will be given the I trip free of charge accompanied by one of the editors OUR PLANEvery school boy in Ohio county who was not less than 12 nor more than 20 years old January 1 1906 will be entitled to be voted for The candidate receiving the largest number of votes cast for any one in his r district will be entitled to the trip Every candidate must reside in the district from which he is named and the right is reserved to withdraw the offer in any district from which only one is nominated Every years subscription to TilE REPUBLICAN of 100 whether arrears or advance will entitle the subscriber to 10 votes and six months subscription to 5 votes The names of candidates with number of votes received to date will be published each week No employe or member of the family of anyone connected with this paper will be elligible as a candidate Persons sending votes by mail will please cut out and use the following ballot TaEI DJSTRJOTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No 1Eat and West Hartford East and West Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTRICT No 2Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot ing precincts DISTRICT No 4East and West Fordsville s EtnavSHeEShreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 5Boda helm ttuford and BartlettS voting precincts DISTRICT No 6Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts U P I i Free Trip to Mammoth Cave + v I A I cast this ballot of rvotes I IFor IrhaenglebetweenUsuJioyrnrsi I I- If1p r I Address I I t State County II I o aE a iS KANDALL COLLINS L WAYNE GHIFFIN IWhen in Louisville STOP A- TSeimirigs r EUROPEAN HOTEL i i The Home for Ohio County People Elegant Clean ooms and Polite Attention S W HI Corner Second and Jefferson Stroetsft1COLLINS GRI FFI i flI m EipBLACK i tor BIRKHEAD g r PROPRIETORS = I Hartford and Beaver Dam irafisfer- ANDFREYGHT E J LINE = f Meets all trains Also J 19 General Live ymenE Best of attention given to stock New stable Main = p street Hartford Ky I Subscribe for The Hartford 1 Republican 4 wt LAST LEADER OF HERREROS Capture of Chief and Entire Band Marks Big Step in Squelching Hottentot Uprising A cable dispatch from Berlin haH reported that the governor of the Southwest African Colony an noiinceit the capture of Chief Cor neliiiH and his entire band of na tive warriors CorneliiiH next to Jakob Morengo was the most dan KeroiiB enemy of the Germans in the Hottentot uprising A price was placed upon his hca J A Brit ish agent having tried to win till reward to kill Morengo be again crossed into his own1 country Many instances of the generos ity and bravery of Morengo are cited One day meeting on his way two wounded German sol diera htMjent them back well fed to the nearest Gorman post An other day he appeared at the door of a German farmer Paul I need your gold and your cattle give them tome Ill give you a receipt you will be paid when this war is ended Farmer Paul complied with the request and asked to remain at bin farm Impossible answered Morengo you would play spy toward us The voyage hence to Germany costs 600 marks Here they are Pick up a mule travel to the coast and I go home Another day two German officers and about 40 men in quest of drinking water were i about to fall into an ambuscade iiOO Hottentots Morengo prevented l the massacre and was sat isfied to have his enemies understand the peril from which be had saved them BORNEO GIRLS LONG EARS But for That Feature the Fair Maid ens of the Isle Might Be Called Beautiful leI liked the girl said the sail or only her ears were too large He finished his drink at a gulp Like all them Borneo girls he saidshe was slim and lithe filer teeth was white Her eyes were clear lint them ears The lobes was three inches long And do you know why Because she had stretched them out had length tined them by pullin them contin ually with her lingers from child hood the saute as a Chinnwom an from childhood continually squeezes her feet in a steel box to make them small- Wherever I went in Borneo I found the same long ears among the native girls In Bumnrinda in Bamplt in Kudat it was the same and it was the same in Telo kopil in Banjarmain and in Pnsir The young women had care that nearly touched their shoulders The young girls sat in the sun pullin their ear lobes with their lingers so no to make them long Missouri Heu Lovely Flower What is the Missouri hen if she isnt a bloomin ornament to tin whole state She pays off farm mortgages She buys food and drink and clothes for her owner She sends the young men und the young women to school and keeps then there longer sometimeH it must lie confessed than is good for them She blossoms early and late in fair weather and in foul Iud everywhere she is plucked with enthusiasm and with loud ac claim Missouri not a state flower Why this great commonwealth of ours is one glorious bouquet of magnificent flowers Co chins Leghorns Plymouth Rock Black Spanish and others as nu merous as pin feathers on a puller Of course wpve got a state flower Mnryviile Tribune Not Enough Flight The inventor was raving over his airship that had just tumbled in the river iltn P said the capitalist who had witnessed the fall You are flighty Jfo sighed the genius that is just the trouble I am nofflighty enough That is why I fell Chicago Daily News Never Took Water Sainte Belrve detested rain On one occasion when he had to fight a duel he appeared with a pistol in one hand nn umbrella in tin oher I am willing to be shot ho said but not to get wet Civil Service in Ubrarip Californias state library has been placed under cIvil service I l jz t rules it Is the first department of the state government to which those rules have been applied IOffHnndnoticed that did you get it I Maud Uncle Jack had it made rind gave it to meat my coming outpartyIsnt it old fashioued Cleveland Plain Denier But True IStrange many accomplishments usually has little ability in the moneymaking line Phila delphla Press INTERESTIYoung Man Called to See Daughter But Played Poker with Father and Lost Ql8 It was this way said the salesman in a music store as hv shook his head and sighed sadly according to the BaltlmoreAmer- lean She was a charming girl She came in here after music anil Byandbthird call she was not at the door to receive me but her father was Young man this is your third call at my house he said in tones that made chills go over me Yyes sit And what sirIcouldnt answer and after a mo ment he demanded Dojou come to see my daugh er or to play poker with met To play poker with you I an Bwered Then come on And Wl went info the library and in the course of an hour he hud skinned me out of 12 in cash and had my I O U for six dollars moreAnd the romance is ended For sure Too much poker mid not enough girl is bound to discourage any young man It tAing to Hone On A good WILY to dull your wits is to hunt up people who will always agree with you and associate only with thorn Lots bf Olive Spains annual export of pickled green olives amounts to about 800000 OJ9k SiX OBIabee tU Thi Kind YM Km Atop Bali lIeUn 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 acro cash and can be bought for 750 to 15 per acreIt costs from 5 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improvements necessary are sligh and inexpencive The soil is rich alluvial or made acre worth 45 to60 This account It produces a bale of cotton per for its high rental value Others crops such as corn small grains grasses vegetables and fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to 6 cuttings a- tm to a cutting and brings 10 to 16 per ton In other sections of these states and in Texas as well the rolling hillland is especially adapted to stock raising and fruit growing Land is very cheap 5 to 10 acre improved farms 10 15 to 25 per acreThe new White River country offers many opportunities for settlers High rolling fine wateritI- s naturally adapted to stock and fruit raising Can be bought as low as 3 per acre See this great country for your self and 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 morfth to points in the West nnd Southwest good returning 21 days with stopovers For descriptive literature maps tpIA- LouisvilleI Ky or HC TOWNSEND G P T A i St Louis Mo Yr STRONG Again I what Mrs Luc- yStanllof1iltanG said after taking Kodol Dysppta Cure Hundreds Piofothsrweak women art being restored to perfect h althbythtnm Idy YOU maybe win If you will take- Indlgestlonuusee fL surly all the side Bese that w have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women auffar wtaktn and btcooM diseased e Koctol YspepsiaC1re enables the stomach and dlgMtira arfmai to digttt and attlmHaU al of the whola some food thatrnaybeaon it nourishes the body and rebuilds tha w ak organs restoring health and strength Kodol curse indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour- risinasbelchingheartburnandall stomach disorder Digests What You Eat IMler kenle k M IM rnra a tar tatlMe as siHk M W nMrrefaODwn1- Mal w N I du e asses Ne tdk jrZ WAYNE UaIY1A IBig Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN ForApril1906M- innesota North and SoOtli Dakota Manitoba Western Ontario Saskatchewan Assin iboia and Alberta d clis Be tiers tickets Dates of sale April 3 I017 and 24 190- 6Indianapolis IndFromrpoisi- sIndiana only Dates of saleApril 24 and 25 190- 6Northern Michigan asn P ecm 10Iand 24 May 8 and 22 California Washington Oregon Idaho Montana Utah and Intermediate Territory Special one way second class colonist tickets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 San Francisco and Los Angeles Cal And return Dates of sale April 24 to May 4 1906 Mexico One way Wcond class colonist tickets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 Apply to nearest B g Four agent II S R1IH1N Gen I Pass Agt- Cincinnati 0- S1 GATES Gen Agt- Louisville Ky THE REPUBLICAN is propurocl to do your Job Printinu Ill a firstHnss inninier Thousands of Acres For Sale ai reasonable price Rich AgriculturalI and Mineral Lands along the llae of tae IRON MOUNTAINROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via I ST lOUIS ANI MEMPHIS I Through PiiHman Heaping vtd tree r their can Homaeeltere Excursions first and third Tuesday of eelenlh Deseriptlrs literature maps pamphlet olden lte on application I II C TfSUO R T 0 MATTHEWS LsIP uteatrk rnTdilphgnkpat aTwm IOOI1nuO it r f CumbelandTELEPHONE AN- DTelegraph CoI- ncorporatede lucres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place of business My business buincreased and my wifes voice Is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for Rod service and gentlemanly competition fl E PATH Mgr Wltl ICDTmrOhio Coxnty Circuit Court TFUIrkhtad Jadgs Ben D JtloffoAttornej Ocr Mldklff Jailer Ed 0 PHIMHO Clerk Frank L Pollx Milter Con mlMtonerYLMo lejrTrii t Jury Find X epnt781arlff8IJTCoirteonreneednt Urn day lo March end August and continue tart NovnhrtwoCounty ConrtW Ii Taylor Jidn1 W8 Hartlotdmonth MoadqfoCourt oClahuConYen ant Monday In Jaa OctoberOther oWScboolCoroner Jln o Tixsjtlc CourtN Brra Beaver bumMarch 24 Jan M September 24 December 24 W P Muller Don BranchMarch st Jnne 25 Sept rab r2J December 20 sptember W R Edge FordeTllfeMarcti 28 Jane 2 September 27 Decent ber 2e 1111 Chamberlain BedaMarch Jane 28 September 28 December 21 Herbert Bender CentortownMarch SO Ja- I September 29 December SO John iL Mlle ItorkportMarch SI Juno 10 September SO December St Sanford XcUe Court Attorneyrenmiecond Monday la earhiuonth aelinouai Sezvsc ME Church SouthSerrtcea third Sunday sack month at 11 am and rpmsnderoc Prayrmeangsregwedaday nighbeforePrayneIingIrdarputorCI Senrlre ant Sunday la seek monthatllamandrpm Her J D Dar ned putor Bmenn1PeadletnoCltyConncllJ H Williams Mayor CM Crowe Clerk n E L Slmmejmnn Dr E B wnBeanUrSecret Soc1eUe A O U W meets dm sod third Friday nigbleinear mouth Hartford lMdKfNosiS FA AMasoaaflra Monday night la each month Itnrtford Tent No 09 Knights of the Iface a bees erery Thursday night y Rough River Lodge No 110 Knlghurtjf 1jlhla meets ereryTiesiTay night tmton Morton Pout Nod O A Rboldn ularmeetlac Saturday beforeflntSundayliMth month Southern Raiway 7 Shortest and Fastest Lines PRO LouisvilleDanville and Lexington ro 81 LouisanIfleWeIT- wo Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows a Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville 530 a m li Lye Louisville 900 a m Arr St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin ing Chair Car Most directsline to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustratedt literatureW MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky H CKINGGPTA 111 East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T PA 111 East Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C rT A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN AG P A St Louis Mo Subscribe for THE RErurL CN L 4G I I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 8 NO TARIFF REMISSION 11t Is The Conception of tie Soup House Party I Ilttiibum IriMl Some of the Democrats in the House of Representatives at Wash ington pretend to think it indecent tbat the iron and steel manufactures hef the country should be unwilling to see the Tariff suspended on iron SanrDemocratic claim should be author ized to import iron and steel for re building purposes without paying any duties whatever Possibly this is the way the thing appears to John Sharp Williams of Mississippi But to others it will seem as if the most indecent thing of all is that the Democrats should seek to make party capital out of an earthquake disaster It will take more than an earth quake to relieve the Democratic vote stringency If it is right to consume foreign iron and steel in the rebuilding of San Francisco it is right to use if for any purpose what ever If it is robbery to protect American workmen from the Euro pean wage level under one set of cir rcumstancesit robbery under any other set of circumstances and we should take mercy upon all builders anywhere instead of merely sus pending the pillage when the victims of it are peculi trly unfortunate Robin Hood it will be remembered did not rob the sick or afflicted Are we by suspending the duties for San franciscos benefit to an nounce to the world that we hav- ea Robin Hood Tariff system Mr Williams of Mississippi must laugh in his sleeves at the very I thought of such a denouement That any Republican Representative should lend his support to so foolish a programme is incomprehensible Getting iron and steel made hycheap foreign labor for ban Francisco would be the opening wedge for an I assault on our entire labor Protective system American labor and American materials will make the whlcomposearethe ones who are footing the bills for the citys rebuildin and they are not the men who are behind this Tariff suspension programme It is the conception of the soup house j party and the soup is its predestined j resting place- Congressional Convention Called to Alct at Hud jenvilis Pursuant to call a meeting of the Fourti Congressional Republican I DUtrLc Committee of Kentucky was this day held in Room 33 Hardesty i HotelLebanon At said meeting it was ordered and directed by said j committee that all the Republican j County Committees in this the I Fourth Congressional District of i Kentucky call mass conventions to j meet in all the precincts of their j respective counties on Saturday j June 30 1906 at one oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend county conventions directed to be called by said county committees to meet Monday July 2 1906 at one oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend a Congressional District Convention d hereby called to meet in Hojrenville t Kentucky Tuesday July 10th 1906 at 11 oclock a m standard time to nominate a candidate for Con gress in this the Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky to be voted for at the November election 1906 The basis of representation in each S county shall be entitled to in said t district convention shall be one dele gate for each one hundred 100 or fractions over fifty 50 votes cast for President Roosevelt in 1901 viz Breckenridge 24 Bullitt 6 Grayson 22 Green 12 Hardin 17 Hart 18 LaRueO Marion 12 Meade SNolson 13Ohio 31Taylor Washington 14 Lebanon Ky May 1 1006 M L HEAVUI- NOimn 4th Con Rep ComKy H T CONWAY Secy Protem Pursuant to the foregoing call the Republicans of Ohio county are di rected to hold precinct conventions in their respective precincts on Sat urday June 30 1905 at 1 oclock fo the purpose of electing delegates 1 to i a locate convention t- leheldinartforl Monday July k i 2 1906 at 1 oclock p m and the basis of representation in said delegate convention shall be one dele gate for every 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for W B Taylor for County Judge on November 1905 according to which basis the various precincts shall be entitled to the fol lowing delegates viz East Hartford 7 West Hartford 7 Beda 5 Sulphur Springs 6 Magan 3 Cromwell 5 Cool Springs 3 North Rockport 4 South Rockport 3 Select 4 Horse Branch 5 Rosine 8 East Beaver Dam 3 West Beaver Dam 6 Smallhouse 2 McHenry 5 Center town 6 East Fordsville 6 West Fordsville 5 Aetnaville 2 Shreve 3 Olation 3 Buford 2 B rtletts 4 Heflin 2 Ceralvo 2 Point Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 3 Prentis 2 Herbert 1 Arnold 3 Render 4 Done by order of Republican Ex eculive Committee June 4 1906 M S RAGLAND Chm JAMES M DE EEVE Secy Cattle Impounded Taken up by the Sheriff three calves and milch cow Calves about 1 year old marked clip on left ear and split in right Cow red and large size- Owner can reclaim sumo by calht g at Sheriffs office and paying all cost R B MARTIN Sheriff By OTTO MARTIN D S BIG SNAKE Takes Quet Nap In Bd With Woman at Sutherland Daviess County Sleeping all night in bed with a snake is something that many wo men wonld not do yet it was the experience of Mrs Josie Griffinnear Sutherland station Monday night says the Owensboro Inquirer Mrs Griffin being very much fatiguedre tired to her bed at an unuualy early hour She slept soundly and did not awake until Tuesday mornirg at 430 her usual hour When she arose from her bed she threw the coverlets back over the foot of the bedrevealing a large blacksnake coiled up in the middle of the bd Instead of screaming as most women would Mrs Griffin grabbed poker and killed the serpent The snake measured four feet in length and was larger than most snakes of its kindThe supposition is that the snake entered the house and got in the bed during the afternoon while the fam ily was out- CHANCE FOR TIGER HUNTER F So Many of the Man Eaters In South China That Natives Them Killed WantI Never have there beets more deaths caused by tigers than dur Lag the lust six months In one village alone iif Iloipu region not far from No Mu whiih ran be reached by tIll steamship Nun king Very t wo or three days from Macao there IB a small village which hUll lost ten IKMSOIIS on account of tigers while in the same region some 20 more persons have paid the penalty of their lives on titcount of tIll ferocious auk nab says the HongKong Tele graph Why cannot sonic of the Ninv rods of HongKong inaugurate a great hunt and thus clear out these monsters which have be come a menace to the Chinese Innocent women and laughing children would be forever thank fur to anyone who would deliver llwiii from this curse which they dread so much The Chinese seem to have no skill in exterminating tit catching these wily beasts or perhaps tliev femur to molest them list the tiger spirits may injure their persons in tit Intuit He that us it nay it is II great shame that not more than lUll to llll miles from Hong Kong within easy reach these wild beasts are permitted to carry on their depredations Let thoHO who delight to shoot the innocent and harmless birds orate try a good nixed tiger for a target and the Chinese will rise up and cull them blessed and immortalize heir noun mend deed in verse CA S rtnx x liesere thecis Kind YIIII ton Kwn B17w Sifnitun J7ztJI u1L RULER HAS MUSICAL CHAIR When He Sat Down Seat Would Oin Forth Lurid Strains On Aris ing Flaying Ceased Mr 1hillipps in his recent book of travel the title of which is In the Desert tells how he was on tertained with musk at Tougourl in Africa His Arab servant had arranged the public reception in advance Of all things the Aral dearly loves to make what Yan kees call a 1111111 UUIUtlrattention to be watched mind for lowed and to make a sensation generally is heaven tohim- Alimeda our servant WIIF easy going and jovial enough in the desert but when he put himself at tlM head of our cavalcade to ride through an Arab village ot encampment he was a changed non His gravityand dignity and the haughtiness with which lie stared around were quite alarming After a bit he mill to us and ivpresented that it would be well oOIquarters for the night This was agreed to knowing wellof course that his object was to rouse the town and prepare for his own reception Ahmeda did hii work well At everyentrynini passage lark faces huddled and keen eyes shot covert glances at us as we passed lie himself rods enjoyedldntslf As tilt crowd grew his states i ness and disdain increased Ih told us IIP hind arranged an into view for us with the Marabout of the town and thither Wt wentTIlt Marabout was a big fat palebilehe smut in a big curiously eau SPUfilJAs we approached we heard the sound of music but we ennui not make out whence it craft II Iiktilbarrelorganbut visible Suddenly the trut samefroiai The holy man got up to receive us and the music instantlv sensed He pointed us to a lesser chair apiece on each side of Lltlrr4 Soundtmdid thai1burstlug squeals f I We were of course struck with the expected wonder and ad j theFrench theftIitlalotactor FRENCHCERAMIC Porcelain of Great Hardness and Durability Is Likened- to Steel peror1renth tinyformbut a ceramic product made bv baking ill an oven a paste made of finely pulverized feldspar mind and lime in certain specified pro portions These materials being nixed with water nndHvorked info a plastic paste resembling sculp 1110tlUf I of great hardness and durability which resistscorrosionbvacidsor alteration by atmospheric imlu ence is a poor conductor of heat or electricity lots a specific gray yellowistiany desired tint by the addition of metallic oxides IJv reason of its hardness and a certain toughness which per snits it to be pored cut planed or polished qualities which generally belong to metals InlhttI than reranlitsthis subsJancf I is popularly railed bv reason of its ingredients mild IClIlilllltiesIcalcium steel no sense a metal and has no vela tion whatever to steel Had Good Teeth 1rof Wright of Birmingham university finds the fossil teeth of the men of the neolithic bronze age almost perfect ill II allliII bee regularity and soundness those early days Molls teetli ed nil their lives the dentist was j unknown and not needed It If HO now in many savage und halt savage races- CONSTITUTION OF A COMET I Head a Swarm of Meteors and Its Tall Composed of Oases Dust Accompanies Appendage What is u comet Ip to the tlmtJ of therenaissnnctMi was nut versally Supposed to be a vapor in the utmoeykire presaging posy tilence wars timid thin death of kings The Danish astronomer Tyclto Drape was the first to show that comets lay in the celes tial spaces bevond the earths til niosphere anti Xewton proved that the heads of comets obeyed the law of gravitation like other celestial bodies A comets head consists of a swattit of meteors surrounded and interspersed with a gaseous atmosphere which renders it lu minous and therefore visible by uontinued internal discharges When the atmosphere disappears and the discharges cease the head becomes invisible mind the comet becomes a simple meteorswarm The most puzzling thing uboutn comet lots always been its tail mod it is only within the lust few years that we have begun to know enough shout the mutter in a fine ly divided state to be able to of fer any satisfactory explanation for it Its most obvious peculiar ity is that it does not obey the law of gravitationThat is gaseous is clear Iv proved by the NiHrtroseols the lauded sH ctrum having been traced to it distance of 3000010 miles from the head of Swifts 1111111IAccording to the modern theory ef elect ricity the sun is a nega Lively charged body front whose surface vast numbers of minute holies called corpuscles are being constantly repelled at velocities nut fur from 100000 miles n seep ond These corpuscles electrons or ions nil they are sometimes called are much smaller than atoms and constitute what was formerly rather crudely called Negative electricity These cor puscles that strike the comet im mediately attach themselves to the gaseous molecules surround lag the bend charging them nega tively mold causing them to hit IfIgelled at high speed not only from time other molecules forming the head hat particularly rant the direction of the negatively charged sun The successive en velopes sometimes seen surround lag the nucleus of a comet may in dicate either some special IlItlIity going on within the comet It self or they may indicate theefTect of successivv waves or corpuscles stint out front the sun A comets tail may therefore be described as a current of gas eous particles receding front the head each particle or molecule carrying a negative electric charge A certain amount of im palpable dust of a particular grade of fineness probably accom panies the gaseous stream In at least one case this dust was pies emit in sufficient quantities to pro dues ill appreciable effect but it did not extend to the extreme end of the tail- Ivoticeto Wheat Farmers Of Ohio county and especially to Equity farmers As there is a farmers strike on at this time and has been sineo Murch 1 to keep farm product from further declin ing and as the minimum pries on wheat is one dollar let the farmers stand solidly min one dollar tin all the wheat raised in Ohio county for the year l BOn as one dol lar is only a flair and equitable price tin wheat any year David1orol1nd Pre A S of R Ohio countyI Look at the Question Broadly To the average Democrat the Tar is a local issuejust as it was to their Presidentialcandidate of a quarter of a century ago General Hancock I The Republicans look at c ques I tion broadly In the Republican J programme every article of impor tance which is produced athomeand I I I FIRST NATIONALBANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loin money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come i- nDIRECTORS GAUE LIKENS ALVIV ROWS BURCH FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN +++++++++1 +++++4++++++ + ++++ t++++++ +++++++++++ I BANK OF HARTFORD if I COtsz hplQAI 1 li IMM2 i Capital Stock 4O OOOOO iSurplus I2OOOOO Stockholders Addil Liability 4O OOOOO f i Securely to DeposltorsH9200000 i J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier I + H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK ARSI Cashier 00 4 J W FOnnR f+ Hni nnnnvH P Directors + CTIIOMASJNO T MOOUK J+ JNO + el ++1- xxar1 THE Suznmer Term o Of The 0iHartford Business Institute OPENS MAY 28 We are prepared to give you thorough training Single anti Double Entry Bookkeeping ill all inIlimas practical everyday Laws of u Methods and Customs Rapid Calculation Co 111 mer cial Arithmetic Business Correspondence Penman Iypuwriting i properly classified Writo us for terms at once and enter school now and increasn your moneyearning capacity from twenty or twentyfive to fifty or seventyfive dollars per month Never put oil till tomorrow what should bo done today Please give thIs mutter your earnest attention atonce k M NETTIE ROGERS Principal i j TO MAMMOTH CAVES Continued from First Page HHHHHtH Gti Lit H III II If H 4444t NOT GOOD AFTER JUNE 18 FreeTrip to Mammoth Cave Ballot This Ballot will count one 1 vote for Mr District No 1 When properly filled out and returned to THE REPUBLICAN of fice by mail or otherwise on or before expiration date shown above rtTtT77 r H 1t tt t tlliitt t ttt t i t THE DJS LIJeTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No IEast and West Hartford East and West Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTRICT No 2Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot ing precincts v DISTRICT No 4East and West Fordsville tnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 5Bela Heflin Buford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No 6Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts which meeds Protection at the custom I house ought to get It There j are neither partisan nor sectional I lines in the Republican creed The I Republicans defend the Louisiana Sugar producers with the same intelligence and persistence that they back up the Pennsylvania iron and Steel Workers Louisiana gives the Republicans no votes but the Republican party legislates for the ben fit of that State just as lit does for Massachusetts Ohio and the rest of Republican Commonwealths If the Democrats want to do an especial favor for the Republican party they will make an assault on the Tariff along the whole line in the Congres sional canvass This would aid a good many votes to the Republican preponderance in the next House and thus help toextend the coun trys prosperty at home andY add to J its creditallover the world NHb v br ti