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Digital page images are linked to the text file. itM1r I I F m t tartf r ftqrnblicau 1 Fine Job W rka Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 22 1906 No 49 PRIMARY ELECTION CULLED Ohio Butler and Edmonson to Nominate Representative Republican Committee of New District Names Nov 6 to Select Repucblican Candidate Tho Representative district Repub lican Committee composed of the members from Ohio M S Ragland Butler C Holman Edmonson John Self met at Morgantown Tuesday of this week and called a primary elec tion to nominate a candidate to rep resent the new district in the next Legislature The committee select ed Nov G election day and in this county we willl have three elections on the same day the Democratic State Committee having already culled a State primary election for the same time The committee was ft called to order by Mr M S Rag land wh ischairman of the district under the party rules C Holman was selected Secretary All three members of the committee were prescribIedmess The committee within the next twenty days is to arrange all detail as to conduct of the primary under the Stute law such as to printing ballots securing election rooms fix ing cost and apportioning the same among the candidates We now have two candidates in Ohio county Mr S A Anderson and Clarence DeWeese Ohio Countys Summer Resort Ohio countys well known and popular summer and health resort t Sulphur Springs will be open for guests on and after Saturday June 2 1900 Under the mnnngement off Mr T C Bean Sulphur Springs has attained first rank as a summer resort The management spares neither time trouble nor means to make the stay of all guests pleasant beenjimproved now firstclass in every respect If i it is recreation health or pleasure you are seeking you should spend a few weeks at the Sulphur Springs Terms reasonable 15tfl v No Pardon Now The effort to secure a pardon for James M McKnight former presi- dent0 of the German National bank of Louisville has failed The re- portj of the physical condition of Mr y McKnight just received at the department of justice from the Atlan ta prison shows that he is not in a bad state of health and this precludes any further effort in his behalf w SMALLHOUSE June lGLittie Misses Inez Drake of Owensboro and Mary and Ethel Barnard of Livermore were the guests of their grandmother Mrs Sallie Drake last week Rev Nowlin and sons and Mr f Felix Drake of Owensboro were in t pur midst the latter part of the fishingf Lee Bean and were the guests of Miss Edith Curtis Satur day night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Seth Hunter were the guests of Mr and Mrs Louis Geiger and family Sunday Mr Laz Atherton wife and chil t dren of Buel were guests of Mr and Mrs Louis Geiger Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Mattie Ross of Hartford who has been in our midst the past week visiting relatives returned to her home Saturday Mr P B Taylor went to Hartford Saturday returning accompanied his son Berry L Taylor vrno remained the guest of his parents for a few days Quite a large crowd attended the EvwMr E Flannery of East St Lour riewas in our midst from Tuesda 00 Ea t until Friday the guest of Miss Oma MaddoxThe folks entertained with a fishing party and ice cream Thurs day Those present were Misses Oma Maddox Ida Addington Eula and Lucy Withrow Frednca Rice Kate and Annie Roony Robertson and Ethel Hunter Messrs E Flan nery Luther and Herman Adding ton Owen Hunter Chester Ross James Hallows and Thomas Drake All report a nice time Lelia Hunter spent several days at Livermore the guest of Mr and Mrs TR Barnard NOCREEK June 19Bro Calvert filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday with a good congregation presentJ Foster got a fall a few days ago and fractured three of his ribs which is giving him considerable trouble at present Mr and MrsDavid Moreland have returned from Owensboro where they had been visiting their daugh ter Mrs James Tanner Mrs Joe Park of Washington neighborhood is teaching a very successful singing school at this placeRoy Robert and Miss Dellie Ben nett of near Livermore were in our community Sunday We have been informed that W C Wallace is moving into his new home which he recently bought of the Wallace heirs We are glad to have Mr Wallace with us Dr J R Williams of Shawnee town III visited relatives and friends in this neighborhood last Saturday He took dinner with B S Chamberlm8 family I Mr Thomas Bennett and family Fort Worth Tex are visiting L M Lewis family this week Farmers arc busy cutting wheat Most of our folks expect to attend the Street Fair Friday and Saturday Wanted Gentleman or lady with good ref erenceto travel by rail orwith a rig for a firm of 25000000 capital Salary 107500 per year and ex penses salary paid weekly and ex advanced Address with stamp Jos A ALEXANDER 49G in Hartford Ky Mammoth Cave Contest Votes in our Mammoth Cave con test have been coming in this week in great numbers The boys are realizing more and more the signif icance beauty and pleasure of such a trip and are willing to put forth a determined effort to gain it The standing of the various candi dates is as followsDISTRICT No1 Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam 60 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 240 Robert Davis Hartford 523 Ernest M Coleman Beaver Dam 80 Godfrey Bean Hartford 60 DISTRICT No2 Johnie Wallace Rosine 210 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton t 10 Bernice Neighbors Dundee 20 Palmer Narrows 5- HerbertMldklff Magan 7 Elijah Daniel 23 DISTRICT No4 Roy Keown Fordsville 87 Pete Tilford Fordsville 5 Arthur Burdett Herbert 4 DISTRICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda 75 Jesse C Smith Taffy 549 Sherman Chamberlain Nocreek 607 DISTRICT No6i John Morton Ceralvo10V- ig Morton Smallhous 50 Ben Kimmell Ceralvo 2 Frank KuykendallCentertown 4 Rowe Condit Matanzas 26 DISTRICT NO 7 Carroll Smith McHenry129R- oyBrown McHenry 60 Orlett C Carter Rockport 3 Carl Davenport Cool Springs 4 Raymond FrancisRender 6 Rules governing the contest have been reduced to brief concise form They are as follows Continued on seventh page = yJ J BEGIN MONDAY Will the Work of Construction of the New Railroad The actual work of grading the roadbed of the Hartford Madison ville and Eastern railroad preparatory to placing the crossties will be gin at the east end two miles from Fordsville next Monday and in a few days men teams andscrapers will begin moving dirt at all points along the route A Goodman has subcontracted for the building of the road from Smiths creek to Mitchells where it joins the Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad and others are bidding for the construction of small portions of the road The subcontracting will be in sec tions of five miles and up and before many days the rightofway from Madisonville to its Eastern extremi ly will be besieged by numerous subcontractors and crews Mary Carson Mix Dead News has come from Wray CoIn of the death of MrsMary Hicksfor merly Miss Mary Carson She was born and raised at Nocreek near Hartfordand moved with her hus band George Hicks to Colorado a few years ago She was the daughter of Thomas and Deliah Carson and was one of the most lovable girls ever reared in the county A large number of rela tives and friends here will mourn her untimely death which was caused by the dread cancer Her remains were interred at her home in Wray Colorado May she rest in peace Sunday School Convention The Ohio County S Convention will be heldtHartford- July 2nd and 3rd An intefestin programme will be arranged for the occasion with good speakers and special music Monday night July 2 there will be lectures with stere opticon views The four Sunday Schools of Hartford unite in extending invitations to all the Sunday Schools through out the county and will arrange to entertain all who may come The following have been selected as a committee from the different Sun day Schools Mary Bennett of the Methodist Birdie Woodward of the Christian Stella Thomas of the Presbyterian and G B Likens of the Baptist All who anticipate at tending this convention please notify one of the above members of the committee so that entertainment will be provided Lunch will be served on the ground on Tuesday July 3 Let everybody interested in Sun day Schools arrange to be on hand and take part in the proceedings of this convention Pastors and Sunday School Superintendents will please announce this to their churches andschools THE COMMITTEE MAG AN June 19Farmers are very busy havesting wheat Henry Wright had his sholder fractured last Sunday by a pair of mules which became firightened and jerked him downYRev F D Baughn filled his op pointment atAdaburg Saturday and Sunday Misses Lula Midkiff and Eva Martin attended the examination at Hartford Friday and Saturday Several from here attended the A S of E dinner at Dundee Satur dayMrs Mary Johnson is very ill D D Midkiff visited his brother at Owensboro Sunday and Monday- U G Ragland Hartford is visit ing his brother Mack of near this placeMrs Nanny Roach returned Sat urday from a visit to her daugh ter Mrs Fannie Pullman of Pikesville She was accompanied by her daughter Miss Jessie TH Midcalf is on the sick list Mr and Mrs H C Wright Vii I ted their brother J W Wright Sunday Quite a number attended the mu sical entertainment at JWWrights Saturday night J W Ralph and family visited at Arthur Whites of Adaburg Satur day and Sunday Resolutions of Respect Whtreas God in his infinite wis dom has called the wife of our brother member James Rice to the reward of the faithful Therefore Be It Resolved 1st That the members of this A S of E Local Union of Goshen ex tend our heartfelt sympathy to this bereaved family in this hour of trouble2nd That a copy of these resolu tions be spread upon our minutes a copy sent to the family and a copy sent to each of our county papers for publication COMMITTEE MAN NZAS June 20Farmers are done cutting wheat in this vicinity Wheat is very good here this year Rev B F Jenkins of Owensboro filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church here Saturday and SundayMr Alvin Rowe and wife of Centertown attended church here last Sunday Mr S A Bratcher wife and daughter Miss Lilly spent Sunday here the guests of relatives Mrs Charlotte Tichenor returned last Thursday from Hartfordand Beaver Dam where she had been visiting relatives several days Miss Nora Bennett is the guest of Miss Debbie Taylor of Smallhous ths week fW K James is in Central City thweek Wrs C E Smith of Hartford viwtciherLparents Mr wpcRen derand wife She was accompanied home by Miss Maybin Render who will spend a few days in Hartford Several of the folks here are contemplating attending the Home Coming at Hartford next Friday and Saturday Miss Janio Render of Rockport is the guest of her sister Mrs L H James Judge Azro Dyer Judge Azro Dyer of Evansville Ind spent several days in Hart ford tins week This is Judge Dyers old home his father having been a leading lawyer here in the early days and represented Ohio county in the Legislature 85 years ago In early manhood Judge Dy er went to Evansville where he has been a very successful lawyer and is today one of the foremost citizens of Indiana He enjoyed very murh his visit to the scenes of his boy hood days and has promised to visit us often when our new railroad is in operation 1 FORDSVILLE June 20Misses Artie Smithand Mamie Jones who have been visit ing friends and relatives in Louisville and attending the Home Com ing returned home the first of the weekMiss Mary Keown of Hartford who has been visiting in town has returned home Miss Annie Smith is visiting friends in West Point this week Dr Alva Jones and wife of Mon ett Mo who have been visiting the Doctors parents Mr and Mrs W R Jones have returned home II LADIES SEPTRO is a guaranteed protection for you never fails pleasant to ulesanitary and beneficial in its effects Used andre commended by thousands of grate ful married ladies Absolutely harmless Six months treatment 100 Mailed in plain package upon receipt of price Write for par ticulars LE BLUE REMEDY CO 48t4 Lenoir N C Miss and TbompsoH Plasterers and contractors satis faction guaranteed Phone 29 or Beaver Dam Planing Mill Co IE P Barnes Bro I Hot Weather Wearables aIi Are strongly in evidence at our store Hota 9 Weather Dress stuff of every description at a nice apt range of prices White Waistings White Dress 4J9 Linens Swisses in White and fancies Batistes and iJ all other popular Dress and Waist Fabrics are on a1 4terialAskIj To see our White and Colored Parasols and Um J brellas The line is extraordinary and the price inexpensive We price these goods at each50c 75c 1 125 150 175 2 250 3 4and a500 1- I af IIfans i 15cIa 25c 35c Silk Fans in Blacks and White at each =F 25c 50c 75c 1 125 x I Summer Clothing A Alpaca Coats Serge Coats and vests and Serge Suits Fancy Coats and Pants Also white gray 1 and fancy odd Vests Odd Pants of the Famous P A CrownBrands atall prices and in all thenewfI Patterns IIi V I Summer Millinery Lot us have your orders for your Summer Hats Our stock is complete in every datail and the va riety we are showing cant be seen anywhere else Iff The beautiful White Chiffon Hatsthe White Chip ff jff and Leghorn the White Duck Hats the Black fj Chiffon Hats the Black Chip Hats the Black ffBraid Hats Everything desirable in Millinery 110 B is represented h- ereBeaverI= Dam I4444444 IiMMIiI4 FOR THE BUSY READER The Secretary of the Treasury has issued an order reestablishing LouisvilleMemphis Nine persons were injuried one probably fatally in a collision between a freight and a passenger train en the Louisville and Nashville railroad near Middlesboro Tuesday Later reports show that the hail storm in Fayette county did great damage to growing crops injuring wheat and corn considerbly Enough ice fell in one place to fill a large house n Gov John M Pattison of Ohio died Monday afternoon at his home near Cincinnati when he was ap parently on the road to recovery He was a farmer boy who rose to the States highest office His health had been bad for several months Suit to settle the constitutionality of the law appropriating money for two State normal schools was filed Monday at Frankfort injunction an being asked to restrain Auditor S W Hager from paying out themoI r flh jo l tk ey A decision is expected withinrthe next few weeks Senatorelect Thomas H Paynter Tuesday resigned as Judge of the Appellate Court and Judge John M Lassing probably will be appointed as his successor The resignation was handed in prematurely in order that the judicial vacancy may be filled at the regular fall election Notice The Ohio County Teachers Insti tute will be held at Hartford July 1620 1906 Dr R N Roark dean of the Eastern State Normal School at Richmond Ky will be the in structor By reason of this change in the date in the Institute I will be compelled to hold the July examination at Hartford instead of Fords ville as has been my custom The August examination will be held at Fordsville JAS M DEWEESE SC S Ohio Co A Few Better Anotherratkillingtime is reported this weekmFive men and one dog laid low 127 of the pests at the Walter Gray place last Wednesday = z 0Rti2-wn w NM I- Ian ttN- a cIl 1 4 J = f ii1 A rr j ORATORY AND FLOWERS l 1 Words of Tender Patriotism Ut tered by Col Edwin Forbes of the Day foratorAt the Decoration Day exercises at Webber Hancock countyMay 30 j Col Edwin Forbes of Fordsville was the orator of the day In sub stance he said There has been and are yet livin many brave men who with hearts unnerved could have charged to the Y t very lips of the cannonmen though their comrades were falling around the mas thick as the withered leaves of autumn who fearlessly faced the leaden rain and iron hail battle me who could speak fluently at the head of their associates and followers but when they undertook to address an audience composed of citizens they made almost a complete failure and their hearers had to content themselves with the honor of having heard a renowned military man on international affairs which they knew or cared nothing about This the case when Gen Scott spoke a Lexington KIin 1852 and Col Humphrey Marshall at Cloverpoft in 1857 and 1858 In the spring and early summer of 1861 the war of the Rebellion had assumed grand proportions Beau reguard menaced Washington on the plains of Manassas and federal troops were marching to oppose him In the Shennandoah Valley Johnson was in possession and that beautiful region was experiencing the vicissitudes of war The Mississippi river was blockaded its entire length from Cairo to New Orleans and a confect erate navy was forming in Mobile BayIn the Southwest other opposin- armies were confronting each other It only needed a spark to set the whole train in a blaze It was a period of anxious expectations Ar Col Forbes picture in the ear ier days mies were rising on either side with amazing rapidly Shipyards wereI thronged with workmen transforming merchants vessels into ships of war Foundries were turn ing out cannon shell Artisans were learning new trades and instead of manufacturing agricultural imple ments they were fashioning weapons for the battle field while tender hearted women wrapped the crisp cartridge or stretched the uniforms of blue or gray The pruning hook was being beaten into the sword blade and the common citizen be came a soldier Thrpughout the lengthand breadth of the land a feverish activity prevailed The pursuits of peace were abandoned ed for the perils of war New geographical lines had been drawn and brother stood up against brother for hatred ruled the hour and pushed Reason from her throne Such was the unhappy condition of our country when the Angel of Mercy bore away the Olive Branch of Peace and for four long years tia of the noblest nations that ever eisted beneath the circle of thesun its soil with the blood of itsblith belKgei ent combatants Kentuckys v was now broken and herneutraUl red for the coming strugsons preoa tthe side of the stars t elesoiw and stripe aiJ others upholders of the stars and lrw rs The first call for volunteers fo the Pnlted States Army made in the Northeast part of Ohio county was on the IBth day ofI September 1851 at what is now Excelsior school house and near the I Whittinghill grave yard on the farm r of Peter P Whittinghill where I Ic Boldest son Seargent Remus T Whit who fell at Fort Donelson is t burltti and from whom the Grand KVrciy Post at Fonhville deriveJ its name Of these younger volunteers who ttt- yk k enlisted on that day and the many who soon followed them to the camp at Hartford many did not return They fell at Fort Donelson on the field of Shiloh in the swamps of Corinth on the bloody field of Chick amauga and in the many hard bat tles that marked our line of march from Chattanooga Tenn to Atlanta Ga To use the language of the poet they fell where On serried fronts and gritting ranks raingon on Lie weltering with the slain Their cheering and inspiring voices which rang high above the roar of cannon the dish of arms and the din of battle has long ago been si crossednthe dark river to that camp in the Elysian Fields On Famcsetern11 camping ground Their silent tents are spread And glory guards with solemn The bivouac of the dead With many of our best men it has long ago been an admitted fact that no man was perfect and that when a imperfecttwith him and what we say of him after this life should be of his hon orable deeds and not of the many frailties which the human flesh is subjected to and what wrongs Capt William Davidson may have done in his military career it should be considered that he paid the ransom with his life and that his remains rest perfectly in a military grave ISweet flowers exalt their fragrant breathWhere now the peacefully sleeps in death And trees their shedding branches wave gravegAs comrades in the army I knew Capt Davidson long and well and though our dispositions were differ ent that had nothing to do with the friendship existing between us as company officers While we were in the army I often heard Capt David son say he would have a gold leaf rank of a Major or a cannon ball and I often thought that by rank I Capt Davidson should have been commissioned Major of the 17th Ky but as the officers ever David son are now all dead r will say noth ing on this subject though I deeply regretted his disappointment and as I then thought injustice done withja considered ara9h act of my own which was so After the battle of Shiloh the army was reorganized and our regiment was placed in the divi sion of Gen Wm Nelson late of the United States Navy Nelson was a harsh officer who in the navy gained the name of the Autocrat or Tyrant of the quarterdeck and in the army he was called thee Grand Turk and was a terror to aU men under him In throwing up the breastworks near Corinth I was on the works in front of Co A level ing the dirt as the men of the com pany threw it up and Capt Davidson doing the same thing in front of Company Bhis company While we were at this work the pickets became very cross and the rebefo opened on us with artillary and small shot and during the outbreak General Nelson rode up in a fright ful rage ordered up a cannon and seeing myself and Capt Davidson yet on the works and nearly over the gun he ordered us down amidst his blasphemous indignation I rolled I down on the outside of the works and Capt Davidson did the same and there we lay with the bullets of the sharpshooters sticking the bank around us Capt Davidson was the first to speak and he said Sar geant what about this I answer ed him that I would rather be exposed to these bullets thou face they curses of a brute of an oidi general i Though Davidson was in raze at the cursing that we had received from General Nelson he declared emphatically then that he would rather remain exposed to rodi balls than the rage of an inhuman general A few days after this Davidson came to me and called for an explanation of my conduct at the works a few days ago I veered him with some warmth that as a citizen I had always been treated as a gentlemen and as a soldier I ex pected to be treated as a man and and that I would ex 11ofa general that gloried In makifc hia men miserable Davidson left me without making any remarks Capt Davidson often spoke of the cursing he got on the works at Corinth and often spoke of me as the man who would rather be shot than cursed by old Nelson Capt Davidson was one of the first officers I became ac quainted with in the army and I had many private and interesting con versations with him andwhatever his conduct was after he left our regiment it does not annul that civil and military friendship which was tested during many trying times Soon after the war the govern ment established national cemeteries for the purpose of collecting and burying the soldiers in government burying grounds and also made an appropriation to furnish the graves of all honorably dischargedsoldiers regardless of where they were bur ied and to pay the freight on them to the nearest steamboat landing or railroad depot a stone and all that is required of the applicant is to set them at the graves The Grand Army of the Republic is an organization composed solely of honorably discharged soldiers sailors and marines who served in the United States Army or Navy during the dark days of the Rebel lion The object of the order brief ly stated is to foster and strength en that kind and fraternal feeling which ever unites true soldiers and which is indissolubly welded in the fire of battle in vhich so many of our comrades sacrificed their lives to assist our needy or destitute comrades in arms and the widows and orphans of those who fought or fell in the holiest of causes that men ever battled for The 30th day of May is designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in the defense of their country during the late rebellion and whose bodies now lie in almost every city village and hamlet in the lan- dLongTonnossee d Fght For twenty years 11 L Rawl of Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writes The swelling and sore ness inside my nose was fearfu till I began applying Bucklens Arnica to the sore surface This caused the soreness and swelling to disap pear never to return Best salve in existence 25c at Z Wayne Grif fin Bro druggist Educational Notes The largest body of students that assembled in any one place in the South last year was at Bowling Green Ky attending the Bowling Green Business University The graduates of the Bowling Green Business University are re cognized by the business and com mercial world as being thoroughly trained earnest energetic and re liable 0 Many of the largest firms through out the South and West get their bookkeepers stenographers and clerks from the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky The graduates of this school are in great demand Write for catalogQThe Bowling Gaeen Business Uni versity Bowling Green Ky is in session the entire year Write for catalog Anyone contemplating taking a course in either Bookkeeping Tele graphy Shorthond or Typewriting should write to the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky for catalog i N The National School of Tele graphy located at Bowling Green Ky has never failed to locate every one of its graduates If you are thinking of taking a course in Tele graphy we would advise you to write to this school for catalog 2t rThe Difference Jibbs Bilkinstells me he is only an amateur politican but if anybody- ran tell me the difference between the amateur and the profes ional Ill treat Nibbs All right treat me The difference is that the amateur puts money into the politics and the professional takes money out The sworn statement of the manu Iacturers protects you from opiates- in Kenedys Laxative Honey and Tar the cough syrup that drives the cold out of your system Soft by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m NEW REXENUE LAW Which Went Into Effect June 11 for Reaching in its Operation The new Revenue Law which went into effect June 11 was published in these columns more than a month ago but for the benefit of our readers who failed to note its provis ions we reprint same Any one en gaged in of the following businesses must pay the amount stated each year for license to continue Auctioneersl7 Bill posters 10 Cane Racks 5Commercial agencies 100 Exhibitions not devoted entirely to rehgios benevolent or educational purposes and not in a licensed hall 5Feather renovators 10 Fortune tellers 20 Hack line 10 Ice factories 1- 5Merrygorounds 10 Patent machine except merchants or druggists located 100 Phatograph galleries 5Piano and Organ agents 5Restaurant 5Real estate agents 10 Sewing machine agents 10 Shooting galleries 5Soda fountains 250 Picture enlargers 5 Vender of spectacles and jewel ry 10 Transient venders of stoves and ranges 20- Skating rinks were fees are charg ed 5The license be secured from the County Clerk New Cure for Epilepsy J B Waterman of Waterman 0 Rural free delivery writes My daughter attlicted for years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings 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 4 Bro drug store A Erozen Flock of Sheep- A miner who recently returned from a six months tour in Northern Alaska states that while in the mountains some distance iron Daw son City he and his servants found a flock of sheep frozen in the ice This was a height of 8000 feet abve the sea level The explanation giv en is that the flock was caught by aparticularly severe winter blizzard while crossing the hill On the ap pearance of the snow the sheep per isted the sleet forming an icy coat around them The portions Of the bodies which projected above the ice were devoured by bears and wolves Grafting Wax A grafting wax used at the Maine experiment station is composed of onehalf pound raw linseed oil one pound of bees wax four pounds resin Melt to gather and pull like candy Tombstone Inscriptions Three of the commonest tombstone inscriptions are In the midst of life we are in death His end was peace He tempers the wind to the shorn lamb The sentiment of each is comforting and consolatory but none comes from the Bible Logical TeacherWhy was Solomon called the wisest man in the world Bright Pupil Because he had sev en hundred wives How is that Well my father says it takes a mighty smart man to manage one wife Thousnads annually bear witness to the efficiency of Early Risers These pleasant reliable little pills have long borne a reputation second to 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 Wish Youd Hush While doing some shopping in one of the grocery stores last evening- we chanced to hear a little boy ask his father who that man was buying the beans That is our editor said the father What do editors live on said the little urchin Why do you ask that question w3 ssMN ea 53a3rs Q aTo Publishers and Printers 1 IWE MANUFACTURE THE VERY HIGHEST GRADE OF a Type IiBrass Rules in Strips Labor Saving Rule Brass Column Rules Brass Circles I Bras Leaders Brass Round Corners Brass Leads and Slugs S Furniture and Slugs 48 Old Column Rules and made as good as new at a I small cost I Please remember that we are not in any Trust or Combination and arc sure we can make it to your advantage to deal Itofour Catalogue will be cheerfully furnished on np plication Philadelphia Printers Supply Co r and High MANUKACTIJIIEIINOI Grade PrintingHatortalPR- OPRIETORS OO North Ninth Str l- PHILADELPHIA IPENN TYPE FOUNDRY oeaeacccKK0ccttKK 0 A peMu3eoflttrordco0ttr3CU THE- Summer Term o OfThe o I Hartford Business Institute OPENS MAY 28 j We are un iiw i to you thorough training ill Single and Double 111hy Hookkeeping in all its practical everyday Laws of BusinessHusiness Methods and Customs Rapid Calculation Commer cial Arithmetic Business Correspondence Pen marl Typewriting properly classifiedIWrite us for terms at once and enter school now and increase your moneyearning capacity from I twenty or twentyfive to fiftyor seventyfive I01l1U8Iper month Never put oil till tomorrow what should be done today Please this matter your earnest attention at once M NETTIE ROGERS Principal K0rac cc c ce3c said the diligent father Because I heard you say you had taken our I home paper for three years and had j never paid a cent for it To save the father embarrssment we left the j store but it is safe to predict that the child got spanked when the father got him home Will It Co tThisIWhat does the waiter mean I find ten dollars charged on this check for champagne I havnt had any champagneIts own fait sir Wh- ydidnt you take some Its on the bill of fare No Harm Done JubgeHere are three witnesseI who heard you call this Have you any excuse to offer I PrisonerWhy your honor the were all good friends of his the knew its already I Cold Calculation The vote that I esteem said the statesman is the vote that is not boughtIYes answered Senator Sorghum you can figure that as clear profit b I All the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid are found in Cream balm which is intend ed for use in atomizers That it an unfailing cure for Nasal Catarr- is proved by an everincreasing mass I of testimony It does not dry out nor rasp the tender airpasseges It allays the inflammation and goes straight to the root of the disease Obstinate old cases have been cured In a few weeks All druggists The including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 St New York I I Ureat Britain and Russia i The growing cordiality of feeling I between Great Britain and seems likely to be promotedRussiaI visit of the Brittish Channel fleet to I Kronstadt this summer More than once in recent years visiting war fleets have promoted international understandings The visit of the of the French fleet to England when IIBrag Galleys Borders- L Metal Leads Metal Leaders Spaces and Quads C to point Metal Quoins etc refaced greatly Typo give forms give Liquid Warren Now is the Time Now when this weather just makes one dream of the cool and delightful retreats of the Adirondacks theIThe thousand lakes and streams of Michigan Canada and the north westIWhere one can roam with fishing rodalong shady forest streams and swing the line out over the deep pools I Or paddle through quiet Waters orlofthedeep quiet of the solitude Now is the time to consult your j nearest Big Four Agent as to routes regardingY 11 Four cents in stamps will brin our Worlds Playgroud- H J RHEIN G P A- Cincinnati 0 The Big Four the road with the service- S J GATES Genl Agt Louisville Ky regardingMorocco of considerable signifiance and the visit of the French fleet to Kronstadt thehAn Unexercised Right Every state in the Union has theIright under the law of eminent do main to prohibit the cutting down prijplaceIexercising this right It is exercised abroad CASTOR IAFor Infcati and Children N JIBOATS the- 6lgaatttrr of Y COMFORTABLE GRAVES Dl by an Old Man for Himself and Wife Who Are Past Three Score Clio S C June IS In the pres ence of bystanders at the recent completion of his tomb Joel Cov ington an aged farmer lay down at full length in the grave he had built and found it comfortable His wifes grave adjoining was not tried in that fashion ilAt a public dedication there were eulogies of the couple by prominent citizens and a few simple exercises When he was sixtyeight Mr Coy ington first decided that he wanted to be buried the way ho is going to be He and his wife have their bur ial clothes ready also Here is what he says about his tomb Hebron cemetery is a beautiful place to look upon by the passerby but the cemetery is very level with no outlet for rain water to pass off Therefore many are sleeping there in a watery grave From my youth 1 have been blessed with a good featherbed to rest on from the hardship of farm life Therefore I did not feel that my wife ahd I should be buried any way after our years of hard work Therefore about ten years ago I dug out a place large enough to fix watertight with good brick with a wall about eighteen inches thick between the two p raves and ordered marble slabs to cover the same with our names on them When 1 was commencing to dig our graves bystanders begged me not to Their excuse was that I would soon die But the reverse has happened They have been dead many years and I am still living and having a good time listening to good speeches made at my tomb- I am in my seventysixth year and my wife is in her sixtyeighth and we look to have many a good time yet before the marble slabs are slipped aside for our interment Bowaro of Ointments for Ca tarrh ThntContalns Mercury as mercnry will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when enter- Ing it though the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputa Vole 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 con tains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonals free Sold bv all druggists Price 75cI per bottleITake Halls Family Pills for con stipation Be Good Natured Good natured people are a bless ing wherever they be They may not set the world on fire they may not make the most money but they leave an aroma of happiness in their wake that is better than anything in this world To feel good toward your fellows and to be able to ex press that feeling at the proper time and as often as need be is a gift more precious than gold or jewels It is also as rare as great riches 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 rec ommended and reliable Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro tn How to Bait a Minnow To bait a minnow properly hook him through the lower lip and out through the nostrils For larger minnows hook through both lips the lower one first They will live much longer if hooked properly and will be taken quickerThe Outing MagazineOAATORSA B tn theTbt Kin Yea Hinjjwrs BNtH BlttareWouldnt fIt Jar You When you pick up a newspaper and read something like this doesnt it jar you Dear SlrI- was dead for ten thousand years and had been imported from Egypt as a mummy and was finally thrown out in an old orchard One day the man 4 IThey Stand Alone III bold r of nil ttlnnc opnfrankand milkled urn Dr ricrvori FuvorlU JolullCuldea111yilcal dysiKIcatarrliil affections whether of the ktomucli IxmLli kidneys bladder nasal passaRcs thrust bronrnla or utter mn rcrnNlyforor Ininnru blood as scrofulous and skin affections mlrllcinestramrsty In the full list of IngredlcntA com posing ItWlnlcd in plait EnglMi placestheseKcliin and Is tho lien guaranty of their merits They cannot bo classed us patent nor secret medicines for they arc neither mnpxdtlonDr afford to take tho filleted Into his full conlldcnci and lay all till Ingrcdlcntx of his medl clnes rri Uforo them because tliese- Ingndlents art such an are endorsed and most strongly praised by Mores of the most eminent medical writers as cures for tho UlwuM for which these medl clued arc recommended Therefore tin uponDrcurative vuluo of his medicine for cer tain easily usognlzed disease A at the printed formula on each bottle will show no alcohol and no harmful or habltfnrming drugs enter Into Dr Ilrrces medicines they being wholly compounded of glycerlc extracts of tho roots of native American forest plants these am best and safest for euro of mot lingering chronic dis eases Dr It V llrrcl can bl consulted FUKK liy addressing him at Jltifltlo N V and all communications are re garded as sacredly ronlldentlal It Is us easy to bo well as IIIand much more comfortable Constipation II thn cause of many forms of Illness Dr constlpatloll tiles Oiiiillttln Iellet Is a gentle laxative two a mild cathartic dealers IB medicines veil them who owned the orchard happened to be near an apple tree and while taking a dose of your wonderful Uejuvinating Tonic happened to a few imImediately cut thirteen cords of wood before breakfast I regard your Celebrat ed Compound as a Sweet Boon Send me ten gallons II There is no need worrying along in discomfort because of disordered digestion Get a bottle of Kodol 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 Kodol will make your stomach young and healty again You will worry just in the proportion that your stomach worries you Worry means the loss of liability to do your best Worry is to be avoided at all times Kodol will take the worry out of your stomach Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro DIED ON STUMP Aaron V Leet a Well Known and Respectad Citizen Dies While at Work Aaron N Leet o f Glenville seventyeight years of age and tine of the best known farmers in Mc Lean was found dead on a stump in a field with a hoe in his hand Thursday afternoon says Owensboro In quirer Death was due to heart failure Mr Leet had left his home at noon apparently in the best of I health In spite of his advanced age he had never quit his farm work and always took a great pride in his work The funeral occured at 3 oclock this afternoon Rev Yeiser officiatingThe leaves a large fami ly and is related to many in the county He is one of the most pop ular citizen in McLean county The position in which he was found makes it appear that he died while resting on the stump A hacking cough most annoying One Minute Cough Cure draws the inflammation out of the throat chest and lungs Sold byZ Wayne Griffin Bro m Wonderfully Made We have residing in our town as young man who if reports are true is wonderfully and fearfully made His doctor said he had an iron constitution his friends said that he had nerves of steel his uncle that he had a wooden head thegirls said he had a heart of stone his enemies declared that there was more brass to him than anything else others declared he had lots of sand while his admirers declared he was all wool and a yarn wide Livermore News t t NEW CAPITOL Corner Stone Laid in Presence ot Large Crowd by Gov Beckham 0 Frankfort Ky June IGIn the presence of a vast crowd of Ken tuckians and former residents of the Commonwealth here to attend the Home Coming Goy Becltham this afternoon at 140 oclook signaled that the coroner stone of the new Kentucky capitol be swung into place and deposited therein a copper box containing the records of state and sealed up the opening with a silver and ebony trowel The ceremony was performed to the strains of My Old Kentucky Home was the greatest event in the history of the city of Frankfort as it settled forever the question of the capital removal which was agitated before the general assembly for half a century Senator Lindsay was the orator of the day He referred to his public life as a citizen of Kentucky and its representation of the national and declared today was indeed a Home Coming to him He expressed the gratefication that Frankfort which he always called his home though residing in the East for a number of years and Kentucky that their history and traditions are to remain united in the future as in the past He renewed the part Kentuckians have played in history not only of their own State but of the nation In laying the coroner stone Gover nor Beckham spoke briefly A Texas Wonder Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 00 pounds has grown to over 180 He says 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 andCold cure Guran teed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro 1001Trialr The Panama Canal In the four years since the act was passed to provide for the construc tion of a canal r connecting the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans so many problems have arisen in relation to the Panama Canal and so many persons have ex pressed opinions about them that some one has recentlyiidWe are getting on well with lhe Panama Canalour writers are steadily at work on it The report of the Senate commit tee in favor of a sealevel canal cal led forth again all the arguments that had been advanced before when the President and Secretary of War and a minority of the board ofengineers expressed themselves in favor of a lock canal Where to build the canalwhat kind of canal to build how long it ought to take how much it ought to cost whether the United States government is competent to build it whether this or that official is doing his work properlyall these things have been abundantly discussed To the ordinary citizen one thing is evident the problems of busi ness of politics and of engineering in the construction of the canal are so great that only those who have full information and are expert in those and kindred problems can form an opinion worth considering The enterprise is tremendous and the corporation that has undertaken to perform it the American govern ment has never before attempted anything like it The canal cannot be built without perplexities delays and blundersseen to be blunders a good while after they are commit btI1 SCOTTS EMULSION wont nuke back ttrtljht neither will it nuke thump leg Ion but It feeds soft bone IdlicaMd bone and II among genuine meats of recovery In rickets MIl consumptionsad scorr a BOWNK chewu- reet40941S ParlSt New Yart roendnon ea dtoppl l r- r r lCs4 tedThe sane American while he exercises his right to receive and deliver opinions with democratic freedom will remember at the same time that those who are in the work know more about it than most of those who arc not The administra tors Ifti ators engineers and oth ers in authority are probably doing their part with skill and integrity and the part of almost everyone else is to trust them cheerfully and wish them well in a stupendous task Outwits goon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bowels had reduced Mrs Thos S Austin of Lcvenworth Ind to such a deplorable condition that her doc tor advised an operation but her husband fearing fatal results post pOlled this to try Electric Bitters and to the amazement of all who knew her this medicine completely cured her Guaranteed cure for tropid liver kidney disease bilious ness jaundice chills and fever gen eral debility nervousness and blood poisoning Best tonic made Price 50c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drugstore Try it The Most biog-A traveler who had just finished a twoyear trip around the world was asked what was the most curious thing that had come under his obser vation After considering for a few moments he surprised his hearers by saying that perhaps the judicial oath in the Isle of man was about as odd as anything else The oath runs By this book and the holy contents thereof and by the wonderful works that God hath miraculously wrought in Heaven above and in the earth beneath in six days and seven nights I do swear that I will without respect of favor or friendship love or gain consanguinity or affinity envy or malice execute the laws of this isle justly between cur sovereign lord the king and his subjects within this isle betwixt party and party as indifferently as the herrings backbone doth lie in the middle of the fish Civil Service Examination- A civil service commission cardhas just been issued announcing the fact that the competitive examinations for the U S civil service posi tions of clerk messenger and store keepergauger for the second inter nal revenue district of Kentucky will be held on the fifth day of September 1006 Examinations will begin at 9 oclock Applications will not be accepted unless filed by the applicant before 130 p m on August 1 1906 All persons wish ing to take the examinations should secure the application blanks as soon as possible from the commissions local representative at the Owens boro postoffice Stop MyPaper Times are hard money js scarce business is dull retrenchment is a duty Please stop whiskey Oh no times are trot hard enough for that yet But there is something else that costs me a larger amount of money each year which I wish to save Please stop ay cigars Oh no cant do without smoking Please stop my ribbons jewels ornaments and trinkets Not at all Pride must be fostered even if times are so hard but I believe 1 can see a way to effect quite a saving in another direction Please stop my tea coffee and unhealthy luxuries No not these I cannot think of making such a sa Think of something else Oh I have it now My home paper it costs me two cents a week 1 a year I must save that Please stop mypaper That will carry me through easily Of course my wife and children want the paper but I believe in re trenchment and economy- Slovenliness Speech Do not drift into careleeehabitsof speech Slang which is slovenli ness in speech is as contemptible as as slovenliness in dress Many pea ple use slang because they are too lazy to think of proper forms for the expression of thought The cloth ing of our minds certainly ought to be regarded before that of our bodies Quite a Stoic I had expected there would be a great splurge at Miss Fawtyfores wedding but it seems to have passed off quietly IOh yes The young man sub to the operation without a murmur awdst Tho Kind Yom Have Always Bought and which has been In uso for aver 30 years has borno the signature of 0 and has been made under his per BOnal supervisIon since its Infancy a ADowno ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeit Imitations and u Justasgood are but Experiments that triflo with and endanger tho health of Infants antt CWh1reaExpcrIcncc against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cactoria is a termless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops said Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Xte age f Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays FcTcriKltacss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Itrelieve Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach nail Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens FaMcea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS e of cLjs A The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years traua TT WMUUV rrturr nn 0tI GIn r OUR CLUBBING RATES THE RErumicAN and Louisville Hernld125rH- ERfEPUBLrcAH and Louisville faily Herald 200 TIlE REiUiiLicAH and CourierJournal 150 rim REPUBCICATI and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLCCAU and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPOUMCAJI and TwiceaWeek 0wensboro Inquirer 175 Tim REPUKLICAK and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REIOBLICAS and TwiceaVeek Oboro Messenger 175 TUB RHITOBLICAS and National agazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN QIjZt1JDillLT tJGLLrNS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville 1 STOP ATH Sermitigs I EUROPEAN HOTEL iTfee Home for Ohio County People Elegant Okm Rooms and Polite Attention S W ftCOLLINS61 21 I m ISTETEISI F jMr WREXYOUSHOOT VIM i mini IniHIT +bj nm MIJIJ it be it bird bcw a tayu flake joni abet scant by s1cd OT tic STEVENS For 41 van STZVEXS ASUS rave urmtl off TOEWlEnnGfOR5 far ACCURACY Our l a Rifles sILiis ftsIIIs Aim r arI-ta f awfp e4r+ + r- re aIItIt vwooll iaa d4frttl es1s 5ta1fKtfe4W rNnnna- atibl ttmeAlrAimiHatrtalbe ICaddamfma r J Stevens Arms TM ftz a- c1IICOrasTAIIIaALL Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in ada a ic- eRTtl BIG FOUR INew York Central Lines The Best Line to INPeormr I Chicago j- I Toledo 1 I Detroit 1Buffalo ffAnd all other points East Information cheerfully fur nished on application at Ticket Office Big Four ityi259 Fourth avenue or write S J GATES IGenl Agent Passenger DeptIf Louisville iIrI- I J fM Dyspepsia Cur MflMto what fttI at t IrTf art a U r Ksnr I i 7 II t Hartford Republican I iI Uaoodbrtb Hartford Inlillt hlng Com pinjr II ronR ED1 r EIllorC1KIteItNE1Tl n o Cutncln64 RouCh Z7 02 FRIDAY JUNE 22- ANNOUNCEMENTS i f We are anthorlMd to nnonncS A ANDER SON of west Hartford Precinct n candidate tor RepreeentstaceIntheeencu Awtmbljr Iron thUtbettthillitrlct object to tbe action 0 the Republican part- Weareautborieed to aonoaoce CLARENCE IlEWEEHE of Hbnre Imlnct n candidate for IlepreMntatlTe In tbe O araJ Anfmblj Iron thin the Gtb district inbjMt to the Action of the Republican party Examine the label on your paper If His not correct notify us I AT last Deleware finds herself large enough for two Senators THE beef trust evidently believes it can pack anything even juries THE consumer can afford to pa the expenses of the meat inspec tion EVERY time the President makes a speech the trusts all wonder who is going to catch it next REPUBLICANS in Ohio county should not forget their precinct meetings June 30th at one oclock pm LOUISVILLE covered herself with glory last week by the way in which she entertained the visitors who thronged her gates e WE hope the people who are mak ing a business of discovering mi crobes will keep away from the pfe crust as long as blackberries last SEVERAL good men are ready to enter the contest for the Republi can nomination at Hodgensville It is not thought a hopeless fight in the 4th this yearIMiss OKLAHOMA will be ready for the Fourth of July and will no doubt make the welkin ring celebrating the realization of her longI I deferred rights r CARTER HARRISON has lifted his voice for the peerless leadert The other eminent fisherman Grover Cleveland has so far maintained complete silence THIS boom for Bryan will give him material for the Third Battle even though it brings no substantial results toward placing him In the Presidential chairIJUDGE PAYNTER who was elected United States Senator recently has resigned his position as Judge ofI Court of Appeals Now let CanI trill follow his example EVERYONE who has visited us in our new home is enthusiastic in praise of our location and splendid quarters We appreciate this ap proval and hope to merit the continued confidence of our friends TilE only hope the Democrats have of carrying several Congressional districts in Kentucky this fall is in holding a State primary on the regular election day This is an illegal action and we believe the courts would hold it to be contrary to pub tic policy OUR citizens are almost a unit up on the question of making a bond issue to construct a sewerage system and finish improving the streets The question will be submitted to a vote November 6 and the people will be given an opportunity to sayI whether or not they are in favor of a greater Hartford DEMOCRATIC control of Ohio was distined to be of short duration Last fall on account Republican dissention John M Pattison Democrat was elected Governor although the rest of the entire Republican I ticket was chosen Pattison was a victim of brights disease when elect ed and died last Monday being suc ceeded by LieutenantGovernor Haris Republican IN another column in this issue we publish in brief the various licenses and the amount thereof required by the new revenue law passed by the last Legislatureand which went into t effect Monday June 11 We pub 1 lished several weeks ago in sub stance but in a little different for j the same thing but it escaped the attention of many who think that perchance they might be affect hence we republish it edt I To THE thousands who will j Hartford today and tomorrow we extend a hearty welcome We ar proud to have you visit theold town It will not seem the same to you again A new Hartford will greet you another time It looked for a long time as though the hand of progress would never come to us Through all the years we have nev- I er lost faith in the future of the dear old town and now our fondest hopes are to be realized SENATOR MCCREARY and Govern or Beckham stood side by side dur ing the laying of the Capitol cornerstone last Saturday It will be along time before they stand togeth er again They are about to sagas in a hot contest for a seat in Senate At present the theI seems to have all the best of the fight having one of the most power ful machines at his back ever or countryyson is a long headed politician an may yet show Mr Beckham a few tricks worth knowing For Sale 1000 firstclass Oak Ash and Hickory trees also 2000 Gum and Maple on land adjacent to Rough river three miles West from Hart ford Will sell timber as it stands in tree cut and delivered on rive or will cut into lumber For further particulars address this office 46tG NARROWS June 20Misses Annie Dunn Lou Greene and Magnolia Renfrow spent Sunday with friends in Olaton Mr and Mrs Richard Camp Hen derson are visiting their daughter Mrs Will Parks Miss Edna Daniel Olaton is visit ing her brother Lawrence Daniel Miss Lena Miller Dundee who has been attending school at Valpa riaso Ind since January returned home Monday Miss Cicil Kuykendall is visiting the family of Rev C F Hartford at OwensboroiJohn P Johnson was in Owensboro MondayWillie and Bessie Carnahan chil dren of Mrs Martha C Eisler went to Evansville to visit relatives SunI dayIJohn Renfrow left Arkansas He went on a business trip and will be gone about a week1 Mi 9 Tina Powers is visiting friends at Auburn Ky Rev Reginald Bennett hus com pleted his two years course at the Vanderbilt Training school at Elkton and is here visiting his parents At the commencement exercises of the Training school Mr Bennett won the twenteyfive dollar prize in the oratorical contest alsoI the fifteen dollar prize given by the school to the scholar making the highest grade in the examination Mr Bennett will fill the pulpit tern porarly vacant at Hawesville untilI September when he will return to Elkton where he will accept a pro fessorship in the college Young Mr Bennett is an industrious and profound student a promising oratory and his many friends here are proudof his recent accomplishment- Miss Maude Haynes Whitesville- is visiting her sister Mrs B C Petty Notice An Examination will be held a- my offce on July 21 1906 to select a beneficiary to the Collegiate department of tbe A M College Lexington Ky The examination is competitive and without cost JAMES M DEWEESE S C S Ohio Co HERBERT June 18A crowd composedof Misses Baxter Miller Etta Myrl Taylor Mattie Barrett Lulie J- enEruAtions The only way to set rid of pimples and other snip tions is to cleanse the blood improve the digestion stim ulate the kidneys liver and HoocIsSarsaparillal Which has cured thousand tmuemm The Song ofthe Hair eThere are four verses Versed Ayers Hair Vigor stops falling hair Verse 2 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow Verse 3 Ayers Hair Vigor cures dandruff Verse 4 Ayers Hair Vigor makes tfye scalp healthy and keeps it so It is a regular hairfood this is the real secret of its won derful success The beat kind of atestimonial Sold for over ttxty years Xa4eb7ZCIoTftCoZOWUAlao maaaraatuu or f sAUAPteuu 1I PIUS ijeTS CBESSY rBCTOUL kins Bulah May Pearl Bruner Bir die Barnell and Messrs Frank Bru ner Silas Bell Everett Milligan Herbert Haynes Arthur Milligan toIdMiss Mary Chambers entertained Miss Mabel Miller Messrs Claude Duncan Arthur Burdett and Robert Stewart at dinner Sunday visitedII Carl Floyd and wife spent Sunday at Guy Hintons P M Miller and wife took dinner 1 ofrWalnut Grove Sunday Jim Morrison has resiIdenceof John Rhoerdons house Miss Alma Chambers of Hickman county Ky is visiting relatives in this community vlsitedatiMrEarl Douthill of Synthia was at Harden Floyd this week j oflOwensboroDuncan I Notice to Local Unions- of A S of E of Ohio county the Green River district will hold its con vention on June 28th which was to come off July 11th to hear the finished report of the ways and means committee and a full delegation is desied from Ohio county as business great importance will come before that body Each local is entitled to one delegate Let us have a good turnout DAVID MORELAND Pres Hartford Ky June 19 1906 ROXFY June 16J If Embry filled his regular appointment at Pleasant Hill Sunday Farmers are very busy taking care of tneir wheat The Death Angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence McSheery Saturday June 9 and took from them their only baby Lucian Sanderfur John Embry and Flem Taylor of this place left Tuesday evening for Oklahoma where they will spend a few days Mr B F Flener and wife of Cromwell visited their daughter Mrs Eliza Sanderfur Thursday and FridayLuther Leach and wife of Rob Roy visited at J II Davis Sunday eveningMisses Ruth and Floy Stewart of Holston are visiting their aunt Mrs Eliza Sanderfur this week RocktShields last week R B Martin wife and little son of Hartford visited L A Sander fur and family last Sunday Bro Netter Miller and wife vt this place visited reletives at Pinchi coe Saturday night and Sunday Mr Surcie Herald and wife of Vine Grove visited at Mrs John Sorrels Sunday Josie Embry and Martha Leach visited at Lucian Sanderfur Monday u A S of E Notice In response to a resolution passed by the Green River District Execu tive Committee asking me to change the date of our next meeting I here by revoke the previous call to meet in Owensboro on July 11 1906 and appoint June 28 as requested by the committee A full attendance is de importantlone PrsIt NOW FOR CUT PRICESFor Those Who Attend the Street FairIe I ourSpringthe balance of this seasons stock into CASH to tt ready for fall anti winter goods and our poscssiOltoftheWe dont want this to appear sensational or read like a fake We want it to impress sensible people as a truthfulstatement of a plain business pr tlMlsition which it is On Juno 2rr fct and 23 we make a straight and actual markdown without a previous mark up Wo do husjlessreasons22 and 23 only 1 Department A Staple Dry Goods Lot No 10015 pieces of Scotch Lawn regular price 5c Sale price 31 cents Lot No 1U119 pieces fof Lawns and Bateste All new goods Reg ular price lOc to 12 c Sale price9c Lot No 102 Consists of about GO pieces of Mulls Cotton Voils Linen Voils Lawns nd Organdies This is a lot carriea over from last sea 6Oc1SalelOc Lot No 1034000 yards heavy Factory Cotton 1 yard wide Worth Sic Sale price Sic Lot No 1041000 yards of Linen Crashcomes in lengths Jyd to I ydslRegula price lOc Sale price Lot No 105 Consist of a lot of Val Laces Regular price 3c Sale price Ic Lot No 10660 Ladies Dress Skirts Regular price 100 to 700 Sale price onefourth otfiDepartment C Notions and Silks Lot No 11010 dozen Ladies Vests Regular price lOc Sale I h inch Silks loc in Hose Blue lot for 5c Big lot 7c Lot No 11120 Ladles and Misses Hose price lOc icI 20 one half Hose price 10 Sale price 7c I Lot No 11320 Mens one half Hose 20c toI 25c Sale 13cIi Lot No 11410 Mens and Boys price 15c Sale price 7c Lot No 11510 and priceII25C 25c Sale price 19c TattetalSilkswide The 1 Sale price89c i i Department DIMens and Boys Clothing and Hats j Lot No 11825 Suits Knee 1 Sale price i G9c slSuitsLot No 12075 and in I 50c to 150 Salo 9c Department B Lot No La and Tics and 12T to 150 Sale 98c nndI119I and 8 135 Sale 10- 0Department Groceries and Furniture Lot No Granulated 100 7 bars 25c 7 bars 2e S liars 2TC Be cans lOc Two lOc cans 15c 3 cans 20c 2 best 5c Best 18c 15c all over our out to and see and to our is a lot of seconds and discarded bought at a price for this special sale but tho remains of all our spring We rind dependable merchandise and lewest possible styles Dont Miss this Sale Be on Hand TERMS STRICTLY CASH and ue for 22 and 23 Believe us to JP friend CARSON COMPANYINCORPORATED Hartf hcritticlcrv LONG COSECONOMY STORE Will Always Show You the Newest and Best Values for the Money Thirtysix White Wash liar only per yard Yardwide Taflatta Black White Old and Green Worth 125 Our price 100 One Ladies Vests lOc values only Table Oil Cloth 47inches widefor only 15c price dozen Regular dozen Mens Regular dozen Regular price price dozen Suspenders Regular dozen Mens Mens Handkerchiefs regular price kind Boys Pants Regular price price onefourthoff Mens Boys purchase Forty four inch Black Mohair Extra fine For only 100- Fiftyinch Mohair Black Brown Green and Red 75c values for on ly 50c Two pieces Linen Suit ing for Shirt Waist Suits ninety inches dull finish and also mercerized finish for only 100 per yard Straw Hats 1905 style Regular price price 107100 pairs Mens dies Misses Oxford Southern Ties Regular price price Mens Shoes Regular price price 12120 pounds Standard Sugar Big Deal Soap Lenox Soap Swifs Pride Three Baking Powders Baking Powders good Corn pounds Soda Coffee Bargains stores with regard departments Come prove yourself that figures are facts Iliis riot styles buy oiler good Juno only your rca I Blue wide Ee Hu Thirty six inch poplar clothall col mu key beau tifulskirts for only er40inch Porsinn Lawn 50c quality fur only 35c per yard FnNtColor onlylOc I Ladles 20c values for only lOc These areonly a few of the many bargains we can give you You make note of this and come look through our stock and you will certainly be shown everything just as it is advertised LONG COMPANYSEoonoms9 8tora1IIARTFORD INTUCIcY L J ts xII 1 WfifWMMW mile Coiiiirig atfuilI HurlIlimlsHEADQUARTERS where you will find FREE an nbumlnnco of good ice water also the cum pletcst stock of Dry Goods in Ohio county at special prices for these two lays only HomeComing Clothing t Wo have gone through our clothing stock and selected a big line of special values for these two days Twentylive mens regular 1250 Suits good styles in Grays and Mixed Worsted the very I kind that is stylish at only HomeComing Silks Somebodys going to got Fairs Silk Dress 8981198cYou may be the lucky one If you are not see us anyway We are going to make a prieos for tho less lortunate ones Full S Black Taffetta Silk that 125 quality two days of Wash Silks for Waists IBoautifullino 48e II l HomeComing Millinery To make a great windup of this seasons Millinery business wo have decided to inaugurate a special Clearance Sale in this department Our motto is Carry Nothing Over They must go regardless of former prices If you are hesitating about buying another hat dont do it Conic see our styles got the prieo The trade will then be settled HomeComing Wash Goods- A new selection bought especially for these two days sale All the late novelties in Fancy Organ- dies Swisses and White Goods with a large assort mont Val Laces and Insertions which are so much in demand for trimming Dont buy until you see our line It will pay you to see them 1Fairs Basement at HomeComing- Will bo a place of interest to all economical buyers Wo dont ask you to buyonly como and sec Our bargains in 5c and lOc goods are more convincing than Printers Ink We want your presence to prove I this assertion We shall expect you Trade With fie Bargain Givers c jII v M WNn Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 22 Illinois Central RailroadTime Tablo Non Ii linn nil Siinih llniinil NolSiilii V4 n in No114 kI l nl1I No 1KliiHlrWp m No 111 ilnr J4Sp ni No luldm44 IIU Io in ilnf 84tp m City Restaurant handles the genu ine Coca Cola Cheese Sausage und Crackers at City Restaurant Mr JB Dennis of Prentis was a pleasant caller Monday Fruits and Candies of course you get them at City Restaurant Mr J W Barr of Taffy made us MonIdayMy my those Fish and Steak r t Meals atOity Restaurant Aint they goodIThe most uptodate Soda Foun tain in town is at Z Wayne Griffins Drug Store t The cheapest and best shirts in Hartford ate at Long Cos Econo my Store If you are in need of Furniture Stoves or Carpets come to Carson Co Get the special prices we are mak 1 1 ing on clothing Long Cos Econo my Store Mr and Mrs J A Anderson and I daughteMiss Cpvaof Owensboro ar theiguests of relatives here Senator A S Bennett was in Hartford Wednesday Emmet Render of Matanzas call ed lo see us last Saturday Oh my Do try City Restaurants Ice Cream and Sherbert So good ICall at Z Wayne Griffins DrugI Store for nil kinds of cool IMr W F Stevens of Nocreek called to see us while in town Mon dayI You get the best value in Lace Curtains at Long Cos EconomyI Store Ice Cream Sherbet and Cakes at City Restaurant Cold drinks of all kinds j Capt John G Keown Loujsville is the guest of relatives and friends in Hartford IYou wont hesitate where to buy if you come in to look CARSON Co Get your meals and lunches at the City Restaurant Most uptodate place in Hartford New Ribbons for arm bands all colors for only 7c at Long Cos Ecdnomy Store City Restaurant is making ample preparations to feed the people dur ing the Street Fair Once a customer always a custo mer is the City Restaurants motto We treat you white The Biggest towel ever shown jn Hartford for only 25c is at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs Carrie Williams of Crowley La is the guest of relatives in Hartford and Beaver Dam Japanese Napkins in Fairs Base ment for picnics etc EsqBen S Chamberlin Nocreek called to see us Monday Born to the wife of Mr George Foreman Monday a fine boy Fairs have rpeciaj bargains in Ho siery for Friday and Saturday Our Negligee shirts are the talk of the town CARSON Co You will like our prices as well as you like our clothingCARSON Co Rev L W Tichenor Matanzas caljed to see us while in town Mon day Buy your Clothing at Fairs No better stock in Hartford Prices rightMiss Grace Howard of Owens boro is the guest of Miss Artie Wedding Come to Carson Co for all kinds of farming implements also buggies and wagons Mr James Reeves exsheriff of Butler county Called to See us while in town Wednesday Our 25c Spring Neckwear is as handsome as the 50c kind most stores sell CARSON Co See our line of table Linens both plain and figure Big value atLong Cos Economy Store h Mrs Ben P Rial and children of Owensboro are visiting her sister Mrs Inez Ward this week Say Did you try Cold Drinks at Saunders grocery I should say so I never drink any where else Where will I find the newest and cheapest things in Milinery At Long Cos Economy Store An Ice Cold Drink of Soda Cream at Z Wayne Griffins will make life worth living this hot weather See the prettiest Gray Suits we are showing at from 750 to 15 at Long Cos Economy Store Another shipment of German Val Laces and insertions matched sets at Long Cos Economy Store Fairs will have some special prices for all Home Comers Friday and Saturday Be sure to see them The largest stock Embroideries s Laces Insertions Etc are found at Fairs Come to headquarters Many a boy has been hung on a nail because he had on a pair of our tough trousers CARSON Co Mrs Inez Ward and children returned home Saturday from a weeks visit with her parents inOwensboro Mr F L Sandefur and family re turned Sunday from a weeks visit to relatives in the Roxey neighborhood Those will be money saving days for you if you attend our special sales Friday and SaturdayCARSON Co City Restaurant will be chuck full of Rood flings to cat and drink dur ing the Street Fair and Home Com ingPeters Shoes are the best for style and wear Many different styles are shown at Long tCos Economy Store Mrs Edgar Smith and children Repton Crittenden county are the guests of relatives at Rockport and Ceralvo Coca Cola Lime Juice Orange Ice and any other cold drink you may like made to order at Z Wayne Griffins Just think of ill Saunders sells 181b of standard granulated sugar for 100 and you get a ticket worth five cents Come to the Street Fair and hake us your hheadquarters Good ice water good bargainsc at Long Jos Economy Store For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf Mr George F Sykes of St Louis Mo and Mr Stafford R Hewitt of Columbus Ohio are the guests of Mr and Mrs JH Williams pont forget that Sanders will give you a better dinner than any other place in town and it only cost ou 15cts At Saunders grocery The ladies of the Methodist church will give aivice cream supper at the court house this evening for the benefit ofthe church Nt I Mis4 Nettle Gillispie is vIsIting frirrl in Rockport I callIgdMr L P Miles Horton was a pleasant caller Wednesday iniIMrs Jas P Thomas Louisville is of Mr and Mrs E P Mr Somers BarnettCon aray Ark visitted his uncleMr V G Barnett near town the first of the week Mrs Cancer Taylor died at her home near Cromwell last Saturday Her remains were interred the next day Mrs Luther C Barnett and two little sons Robert and George are the guests of relatives in and near town Mr J W Lam of Greenville member of the firm of Long Co was in Hartford a few days last week u Henry Stevens the fifteen year old son of C R Stevens keeper of the almshouse is quite ill of typhoid fever You will want nice Swisses Or- gandies Persian Lawns Etc for midsummer wear These are found at Fairs Mr and Mrs G W Barnard Smallhous were the guests of their daughter Mrs J C Bennett Wed nesday Prof and Mrs L N Gray attend ed the Kentucky Educational Asso ciation at Bowling Green the first of the week Mr R Davis and son Talmage who is a candidate for the Mammoth Cave free trip were pleasant callers TuesdayOf you will visit Fairs SaturdaytheIquarters You can save quite a chunk of money by buying here during our special sale Friday and Saturday CARSON Co Your Hosiery will be on display when youwear your lowcut shoes Tlie new patterns in Hosiery are here CARSON Co Mr and Mrs John Mclntire ar rived in Hartford the latter part of last week and will make their future home r hereIto our your quarters Friday and Saturday Plenty of good ice water Mr Mayworth Barnard of the West Hartford neighborhood who was operated on for appendicitis last Sunday improving Mr and Mrs Jesse McKinley and i little Hattie King returned to their home in Henderson Sunday after a few days visit with Mr and Mrs AlveyI Bennett who has been attending school at Springfield Tenn for the past ten months is the guest of his parents Rev and Mrs cityI we publish the millitary portion of the address de livered by Col Edwin Forbs of Fordsville oa the 30 of May at memoral exercises nt Weber Mr Ike Travis died at his home three miles East of Hartford Wed nesday nignt of kidney trouble and old age being 88 years old His re mains were interred yesterdayI IMr Jesse C Smith of Taffy and Robert Davis of West Hartford candidates for the free trip to the Mammoth Cave offered by the Republican called to see us Monday Mr Martin Smith Cartoonist for the American Illustrator and Mr Arno Klein of Mt VernonInd I passed through Hartford last Satur day enroute to the Mammoth Cave Miss Lucy King of Hartford is working for the Lightening Needle and Threader Co and would be pleased to have people call on her before purchasing needles elsewhere Nothing like it decIfeel more at home and all visitors at the Street Fair would probably think more f our town because of its pride While playing with a cornknife Tuesday afternoon Bennie Chamberlain cut his foot quite painfully and probably seriously The tendon the muscle of the leg to the heel was cut considerably and fears are entertained lost he lose use of his foot IrSsTiEiF I It will soon be here Prepare for it Have you a new outfit for that occasion NoWhy Is it be cause your financial condition would not allow it Dont worry over that matter Come to us an4Iwe can Dress you from head to foot for the small sum of only x10and even less than that For the finer Dressers we have Suits from 8 to 15 A bet ter Suit than our 1250 1350 and 15 Suits cannot be bought in any fine Tailoring House for less than S3 toiTSQ more than our price Our Suits are made by High itheseGuaranteed to hold its shape and f color I No risk in Buying your Clothes her- eSAMBACH H Hartford Kentucky BARGAIN SALES If you are hunting bargain sales in GROCERIES you will find them ifc Cleve Ilers commencing Wednesday June 27th and contfnulng three days 25 Ibs best Granulated Sugar 125 Arbucklcs Coffee 15c pkgI I Roasted Coffee Tic 15 cakes Lenox Soap 50c 6 cakes of Naptlia Soap 25c lib GOc Black Tea 35c 1 IbGOcGreen Tea 35c lIb 80c Green Tea 55c 6 double sheets fly pope lOc 2 cakes bakers choc ate 35c 3 cakes Lana Oil buttecmilkSoap 20c 8 cans 5c baking panders 25c I 7 cans Hudsons Ioe 50c 12 boxes tacks 5c 15 Ibs barrel Salt lOc 21 lbs Light Brown Sugar LOO 3 cakes Toilet Sane lOc 5 cans Oysters SOc 3 Lamp Chimneys lOc 3 boxes Shinola 25c 1 glass gallon oH on and oil 30c l gallon tin bucket 13c nnn tl1tt Nothing charged houkiBgye patronage soliciting continuance same truly CLEVE ILER Hertford Ky Mr W c Bcmett Yafty Mills Texas visitingrehtrrarn town having come frost tie peat Some ComipgmeetngtttiiLeaisrillelast near Hartford tint to Texas when only nine yaw f mere dhan fifty yearsagB WkpeiercLe i gallon jar pickles 20c 7 boxes Sardines 25e 1 dozen large sour Pickles lie 3 cans grated Pine Apples 35e 3 boxes Jell0 25e 3 bottles Extract 25c 7 pckgs Arm Hammer S d125c2 boxes Cocoa 45e 2 packages Sapolio 15e SIbs Butter Beans 5Oc 4 packages Jumbo Bluing lOe 7 cakes Sweet Chocolate 25c One 3ply Broom l5c One 4ply Broom iOe One 5ply Broom 25c One 16 ounce Mop 200 Ore 20 ounce Mop 25c 13 cakes Big Deal Soap 504 2 boxes Grape Nuts 25c 3 cans Salmon SOc 2lbs Mixed Candy 15e Brio in mind above prices are fur cash J for past and a of I sm yours I is weft will visit the place ofhis birth and re call many incidents of his childhood His daughter Miss Eula and neice Miss Josie Jarrett will arive today from Owensboro and visit their many relatives in and around Hart ford many of wholXltb91 have never soon T ic r V L Ja ULAIfUc F- I IFORGOTHAM 200000 COWS Vast Number of Bovines Which Supply New York with Its Milk i and Cream Products j I It takes 1100000 COWH to supply IewCream and other cities in about 4 the same proportion to popula tion If it were necessary to de liver this quantity in wagons bread and milk would be a pieater luxury than terrapin in all large cities But the iuilk train and the refrigerating process bring city and country into surprisingly close relations Every New lug land state pours milk into Boston Each day trains start from points in Maine New Hampshire and Vermont more than 100 miles t away Philadelphias milkroutes radiate for distances nearly as t great in all directions like the r spokes of a wheel obviously not a waterwheel And Chicago j draws on the great dairy states of the middle west New York with its enormous population receives i milk from close to the shores of Lake Ontario and the River St Lawrence certain of these routes are nearly 400 miles long Parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania also contribute Maps of the watershed of great areas appear in the geographies The milk sshedor the directions in which streams of milk flow to the con suming centers is hardly less definitely established Milktrains run on passenger schedules often in connection with passenger cars Their receipts are carried inmost railroad accounts as pas senger earnings Strong locomo tives are required to move milk trains for they must be on time A milktrain stalled in a snow drift means suffering for city chil dren The world wants milk with great regularity it is hard to explain to babies its absence or to make them take substitutes good naturedly Singular Standard The royal standard of the Per sians for many centuries was a blacksmiths apron and it is said a local prince in passing a her mits cell on the way to battle one morning asked the inmate for his blessing or something expressive lo put on that artless cognizance The hermit possibly a little touchy as even saints will be when disturbed at breakfast time threw the chieftain the flat round cake he was eating which was duly added to the apron hence the Persian sun The lion was an obvious afterthought Osprey Feathers Bird News and Notes says that j the total number of packages of osprey feathers sold in London I last year was liS A package of osprey feathers varies in j i amount from two or three toI about 100 ounces but is about UO ounces to IhllIIIlIgeI This gives a total of 4S nin and on tin received estimate that lout birds are required to yield one onmviof plumes we have a total of W Jllill birds killed in the breeding season to furnish one years feather sales Drunkenness in Massachusetts The recent annual report of tlwIMassachusetts prison 0111 sioners shows that during tlu last i fiscal year 7l7 arrests for in 1oxilIliolllI11 average of overt UOO a ria wiiy made in till com J11ollwIail li while IOIMS persons CelfOIlIIaIOlebrlety indicates the ast Hess of the liquor question Translated j into terms of Ill I ill these arrests represent 24 111 eli t of the total i population of the KlallIGetting It doesnt take much to make some people cOllceltedIVlmt uiOs- Vhy ti llce smith learned how to mend automobiles he calls himself a black smytbeSt Paul Globe 1 Nothing But Mr Rickley had nothing but praise for your work for him be tore the citizens committee said the friend Yes replied the lob byist gloomily nothing but praise Dont Use It Some men said Uncle Eben says dat honesty is de bes policy an den seems pufflckly willin t to give dcir neiyiibors a monopoly of its advantages AVasliingtou Star Bnllocn Cure for Consumptives A pa tout huts been taken out in Australia for an improved mttli od of preventing nnd curing eon sUIIIl1 iOu mill other kindred dis eases TIll patients are jilaced in rooms connected by aluminium tubes leading to captive balloon at altitudes of LOU feet to SOOI feet The balloons are construct cd of sheet aluminium and are strung on cables of aluminium bronze ropes to which the tubes are attached by bands at inter vals The cable and attached tube pass through axial tubes in the lower balloons the air opening being at the highest point A cir cnlntion of pure nit is maintained by exhausting the air from the rooms THREATENS DUELLO REFORM Parisian Club Would Keep Public Eye from Affairs of MonorWants- GloryCut Out Death to the aspirations ofI those wouldbe duelists who on the Held of honor with photo graphic phonographic and cine matographic accompaniments is threatened by a dub recently formed in Paris This club hasj passed a resolution forbidding members to publish any inforina tion whatsoever regarding their affairs of honor The members are much disturbed Why tight duels at all they ask each other if the public is not to be taken into the secret j TIlt brilliant careers which this I ill adviscd rule will probably de st roy ate too numerous to men tion The ascent of a Parisian duelist of fame has been as con stant heretofore as the descent of I the rake depicted by Hogarth in his Progress The first Illume tulle of the skin brings a mans name and picture into the papers Next season he exchanges two bullets without result and is then latHed as the wellknown duel ist A third encounter and his name is admitted into Tout larlsthie Whos Who of the Parisians After this he gets fret scats at he theaters dines out and is unheated to foreigners on the Hois as one who has proved his valor on many II field The new club with its new reso lutions it is feared will change all thissic transit gloria mundi Quaint Epitaph The following quaint epitaph which is to be seen in ellI fll1rl churchyard Kent strikes as one of till very prettiest monuments to cheerfulness in all England Here licth the bodyof PHci I such HO years clerk of This parish lie lived respected us a pious amid mirthful man and lied on his wa to church to assist at a wedding on till lst day of March 1811 aged 70 years The inhabitants IC Cravford have raised this stout 1111 his cheerful memory and as i tiihutc to his long and faithful service In moderation Exercise which is well within time powers of tilt body is salutary for 1I111111rl probably necessary fOIi sonic hut txcrcise by which these powers are overstrained is too often not only the jHrcursor but quite unmistakably tllIIUHl of serious illness or of buahilyor i mental failure Why inquired Salndin should tin weak display his inferiority in the presence of tilt st rung The quest ion is as pertinent in our day as it was in I hat in which it was lit London 1I0HlitlllIA new club wholly devoted to i womens sports hau just been in ImitlIt of sport is provided for Tim clubhouse very centrally located will contain rooms for fencing lI- t billiards and the organization 1ItJ8ebolltI ing fishing and skating are also provided for- Honor to Li Rung Chang Several Chinese cities have erected temples in honor of Li Hung Chiming Ills tomb also has the form of a temple Two of its I inscriptions are All countries ill the world mourn him and Ht5 chanired Heaven and revolution ixed the earth Nefarious Concerns Poaching is suit to be carried on in France by specially formed companies which make handsome profits by the use of most expen sle apparatus Silk nets used by some of the poachers arc said to be worth over 51100 each Smoking Among Boys It is said that where one boy smoked occasionally ten years ago HO smoke regularly today I Germanys Merchant Marine The tonnage of the Herman merchant marine has been doubled within a century Mans Drink At the rate of a pint anda half of liquid a tiny a man drinks 112850 I pints during his life Keeps It Up Many a fellow who knows when to stop doesnt take advantage of his knowledge I Poisoning Cutworms Further experiments in poisoning cutworms which have been working on wheat and alfalfa have shown the following mixture to be superior to spraying with Paris green as formerly recommended Thoroughly mix while dry 1 pound of Paris green and 50 pounds of wheat bran make moist but not sloppy by adding water in which a quart of cheap molasses has been dissolved Place this mixture in spoonful piles where the worms are working It attracts the worms from the whtat and oats It is also gocd graohoper poison Egg Tests- A good egg will sink in water Stale eggs are glassy and smooth ofshellA egg has a limelike surface to its shell The boiled eggs which adhere to to the shell are fresh laid Thin shells are caused by a lack of gravel etc among the hens laying eggsAfter an egg has been laid a day or more the shell comes off easily when boiled REAL ESTATE If 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 usINote These I One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm ton sting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a bargain at 800 10J acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R It half Coney Creels 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 buye- rBURNETT SMITH Roal Estate Agonts Republican Office Hartford Ky I n Nasal CATARRH In all Us stages there should be cleaullneis Elf i Cream Balm cleanreiioothM sad bet the dlieued membrane It cures catarrh am drIve away a cold la the Lead quickly Cream Balm It placed Into the nostrils spreads over tbe membrane and Is absorbed Belltf Im mediate and a cure follows It Is not drylnj does Dot produce sneezlnj Large Size 60 cents at Drug ititi or by mall Trial Size 10 cent by nil XLV BROTHERS M Warren Street Kew York SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER J 24 BUYS 44 L SCHOLARSHIPuntil iivmmtof tao oiicnlui of our ErntMVlllo Col lege aro fold o vacation enter Any tli- noDRAUGHONS mlltUJF r IHIRDi27 CotlcKcs In 15 Stat S300000OO CAPITAL Indnrwd liy tniilnrwi men trrnn Maine to California 17 years diicoois Vfa nlvo teach BY MAIL Write for price l POSITIONS SECURED- OR PI- t MONEY REFUNDED I Call or end for Catalogue I OASTOeXABear teeThe Kind Yea Han Always BosgW 81 dpc1 I o CUKES RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATica NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE 1OIOrS takes Internally rids the blood of tbe poisonous matter inS odds wblcn Ire lbs direct causes of these diseases Applied external U adorda almost In stout relief Iron pain w bile a permanent cure Is being effected by purifying lbs blood dluolTlne lbs vol0500 substance and removing It iron lbs intern DR S D BLAND Ot Brewton Os wrlteei 1 b4 b o oalhrofoMbtr tS with LambsmO e KIsuiUam IIt sja ud Uluil ul d iS tb nmtdlM eoed tb r ram ntlc l work nj alM eoaultd- wlIb0numbrottbIbiVbslcJfl bitround noibluf tinS Si lb rlIf bl old from ipricUesor FREEI-f you are suffertar with nbeuicatlnn Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or anr kin tired dlieaie writs to us for a trial boLOs of DROPS sod teat It yourself SDROPS ecu be used anr length of time without acoulrlnc a drug bblaa It 13 entirely tree ot opium cocaine alcohol laudanum ana other tlmllar Ingredients LorgPIuflttleM5DUOPASOODeiei IWANSON IHEOMATII CURE COUPARY lie 80 150 Labs Btsso Cktus BEST FOR THE- BOWELS Jr you bOTeo1 a regular healthy roniempol of the tourbowelwloient physl or pill poison Ii Gannao Th moollicit eaciest own ptrfrct way of keeping tbe towels clear and clean U to tak- oCANDY 4HARTIOSS IITNjI EAT EM LIKE CANDY riraiant PnlatuMe Pntrnt Tore Goad Do Good Norrr Rlckn Wako orOrlrwi 10 23 inS CO eenti piboi Write for free itmvle and book lot on health Adilreit 433 Slerllna Remedy Compsny Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN ond TRADCMARKS promptly oMiUnrJ In Klcouutrlfiioriiu leo tVoubuUii THAT PAY MiIenlloolllllwroualll at ou- ruxrtIe amid 11 uu to aursm lId uioilel ilioto or kctcU for rR tC rrrxirt SURPASSING 1on rroflintlo Immu write to 503505 Sov nth Streot- WtSHINGTONo C lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard abeautifulbrowB orrich black Use c LEeTBle Quick IIfand Cars fordead ache Backache Dizziness IadigstIn MIauJt to n i imiEDost Couch Srrup Tanlti Good Ute In lime Sdb7 druccix GOI SUMPTWON THE YOUTHS COMPANIONWill B2 Issues of he eGG Volume 7Lethal Stories each a book la Itself rcflectlni American life in home CAmp lid Held 50Special Articles contributed by Famooi Men and Women Stateimen Travelleri Wrlten aSS SclenUiti 200Tboutbtfal and Timely Editorial Articles in Important Public and Domestic Questions 250 StoryWriterAchievement Stone ol UllmorI 1000Botei on Current Events armS DIscoveries la the Yield of Science and nattral history 2000 orIBrltbt and Amutlnr AnecdoteS Items strange and Curious Knowledge Poems and Sketches Health Articles Rellilout Cblldreni Page ArtleeeI The eubtcrlptlon price of The Comt panlon It tl73 a yearonly three nnd n half cents a week Subscriptions can begin at unjr time lthuifrut1 4eoeeeeeefs ti et famiM CI t tAr jprr reS 10 4ev AJJrru trrt THE YOUTHS COMPANION Ootlon Mass Vtw Satitrlflhni Rtetlnd tt this Oltiti Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat n RENT PAYS FOR LAND crlile Sections of the Southwest Where lani Sells for 15 and Kent for 5 Per Acre One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas mill North Louisiana is the fact that cleared land rents for 5 per acro casfi and can be bought for 5750 to 15 per acre It costs from 6 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improvements necessary are sligh and inexpencive The soil is rich alluvial or made acre worth 45 toCO Thisaccount It produces a halo of cotton per for its high rental value Others crops such as corn small grains grasses vegetables anti fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to G cuttiiiKS a ton to a cutting and brings 10 to 10 per ton In other sections of those states and in Texas as well time 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 tare The new White River country otTers many opportunities fur set tiers High rolling line water it is naturally adapted to stock and fruit wising Can be bought as low as J per acre tkt this great country fill your slf and pick out a location Ikv erijtive literature with maps free upon rCljuestIThe Missouri PacificIron Moun tain System Lines sell reduced rates round trip tickets on first and thud Tuesdays of each month to points in the West und Southwest good re turning 21 days with stopovers For descriptive literature maps time tables etc write tuiRl G MATTHEWS T P A- Louisville Ky I or II C TOWNSEND G P T A i St Louis foI sickheadache JCAmrerCI I BUCKINGHAMS DYE I rim en or isvoaun ot L r uu O Rum 1 a B IIis lITERS The best tonic Curative Medicias fir thes die asi SIc Guaraat id 5 JE Dci1mllfa rC l llAIIXTT I n SMITH BARNETT SMITH ATTO H N K v s A T LA w 1IlIUII jY WHIprrtriiiiilirlrprofiMlun In fill tlir court flhlnnml IIIIIIIIL inlinuiiiilrnnrtiil AinltH- iwrliilittlrntliiiiKlviiiloiill timelmpeprutrieeil tuclrnirp iiliilliiii niiil th Irnrlltr otlHin Illlllilllil llinl KMnt lnw HHMliklllrc OHUvIlI- IIMIUIK AX Ilimi- lIlmirAttorney FRANK L FELIX at Law IIAKTfOIIII HY VIIIiriirilit Iii rIeseti In Ohio sn5 nil II Inlnliiuriiiliilr anil In the Oinrt ot illihi IrluiltiHl prnrflivniiil Ilillrrtluiin u pmlultf OmrlnlliilltriillliullilliiK CHAS MCROWE LAWYER Hinroin KY tVIIIirnrtli hU IrII u Icli the riiurt lOhliiMii mljnlnlnr muhllr IIhlln II CarI of Airn1 MYU attention Kltrtntvrrlmliifi- lprnrllminil In rullrrlliii Ofllr corner Misc 1I tiiiuU htrr trMt TIiiiiiin r iiirr nita lr i JNO B WILSON A1TURNEV AT LAW InI uoklx Oblut1R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAIITFORII Kv- JJllt IrnrllrrlMVMnli ntit Frdpi 1 Court 11110IIUObluciuiirj omrv over Ohio ruDI HiDk M I IICAVIIIV IltNrs I IIIIIIOVAIII HEAVRIN WOODWARD CCt c II UTrMII Ky VIIIIrII ihip irIrotn in oil tie Cartiniv IIh1 inu ii if A 111 tor roIlielions== = ==YANCY MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW llHrtliiril Krnlucltv Will iri cllrrll prufniluli la cli the mon or Olilu end iiiljiilulnir rnnbtlm nml In the Court f- Anple Alii Nnlnrrrnllli OrAmitrr Ktrnt Nntlnnnl huh WIIIIAIIXrS K A AMliiSON BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law IIAICTF4IIIII KV The unilrrnlvrMil nnnunara Ihnt they hnrr tiirinnln isttnrhiii for thf rm tlri iif lse In nil rnurl Stole nml Iirnhcub nftliM iiulh Idof Main Strnt Ithiir Court II ue Hurt luril Kv sttriettng fun nnil lllloiitlnli nf liCtltlK TitIro til llnll l llnti mill II giveim spe- C nl nttrutlnn flinty In i bitrIv II lUIINii 1 A AMICIISON KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS wlmDrKings New Discovery PricoFtOD Free Trial Surest and QutcHjs Curo for all THROAT nod LUNG THOUB LES cr MONEY EACIC 1 PAOCUAJD AND Stndmodel reportYoreCOUNTRIIJruIIf1I tlnrt many an Jof n tlitfattnt ExclusivelyWriteBU ninth ItemS 0pp UnlUd UtM Filial Ones WASHINGTON D C ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCOHHIIIUllElil CoIowned andoperated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for ton ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10ets 30I mies 15 cts 45 miles 20 cts c l J WOBANNON Mgr Beaver Darn Ky I df FOR GOTHAM 200000 CO Vast Number of Bovines Which Supply New York with Its MUk and Cream Products r It fakes 1210000 cows to supply New York city with milk and ream and other cities in about She same proportion to popula tion If it wore necessary to de liver this quantity in wagons bread and milk would be a greater luxury than terrapin in all large cities But the nlilk train and the refrigerating process bring city and country into surprisingly close relations Every New Eng land state pours milk into Boston Each day trains start from points in Maine New Hampshire and Vermont more than 100 mil wway Philadelphias milkroutes radiate for distances nearly as great in all directions like the spokes of a wheel obviously not a waterwheel And Chicago draws on the great dairy states the middle west New York wi its enormous population receives milk from close to the shores of Lake Ontario and the River St Lawrence certain of these routes are nearly 400 miles long Par of New Jersey and Pennsylvania also contribute Maps of ti watershed of great areas appear in the geographies The milk shellor the directions in which streams of milk flow to the con sinning centers is hardly less definitely established Milktrains oftitcars Their receipts are carried on most railroad accounts as passenger earnings Strong locomo tires are required to move milk trains for they must be on time A inilk train stalled in a snow drift means suffering for city chil dren The world wants milk with great regularity it is hard to ex plain to babies its absence or toiu make them take substitutes good BaturedlyNSingular Standard The royal standard of the Per fiians for many centuries was a blacksmiths apron and it is said a local prince in passing a hermit cell ou the way to battle one morning asked the inmate for his blessing or something expressive lo put on that artless coguizanc- The hermit possibly a litt touchy as even saints will be when disturbed at breakfast time threw the chieftain the flat round cake he was eating which was duly mudded to the apron hence the Persian sun The li- I was an obvious afterthought Osprey Feathers j Bird News and Notes says th tjto the total number of packages osprey feathers sold in Jmnd onI last year was liS A plllka eI of osprcy feathers varies in amount front two or three toI about lll Options but the average is about oil ounces to the package This gives a total of 4S1MO ounces till on the receivedfstimatu that I four liirds are retniirid to Iellli t al10talout years featliii1 salesf Drunkenness hi Massachusetts The recent annual report of thi MasHachiisitts prison conimis Hioniis shows that during I hllulltI + fiscal year 7U7 wrests for in 1ox tulllluall average of1IlI111111 a dayworts made in u mon wealth while IlllJJS persons j ft11forIIIUIOIcbriity intlicatts the vastnesK Or the liiiior question Translated j into terms of ratio these arrests represent LVI 1ItI Iul of the total jiopuliition of tin Getting HlnllIIt doesnt take much to make I ItWhutsmith learned how to mend auto mobiles he falls himself a blu- eNmythiSt Paul Globe 4 J Nothing But ilr Rickley Lad nothing but praise for your work for him fore the citizens committee sa the friend Yes replied the lob byist gloomily nothing but praise c IDontSome oleo said Uncle Ebe CSU S dat honett is de bes II1cl kt tr mouopolWSn Star Balloon Cure for Consumptives A potent has been taken out in Australia for an improved mtth od of preventing nod eating con sumption soul other kindred dis eases The patients are placed i rooms connected by aluminium tubes lending to captive baIlOOlI1 at altitudes of 0000 feet feet The balloons are construct ell of sheet aluminium told are strung on cables of nlunliniu bronze ropes to which the tubes arc attached by bands at inter vats The cable and attached tube pass through axial tubes in the lower balloons the air openings being at the highest point A oil dilation of pure air is maintained by exhausting the air from the rooms THREATENS DUELLO REFOR Bythe Glory Cut Out Death to the aspirations of those wouldbe duelists who meet liUt1Iea club recently formed in Paris This club ha passed a resolution forbidding it members to publish any informa tion whatsoever regarding their affairs of honor The members enare much disturbed Why tlgh 1Stints at all they flak each other if the public is not to be taken into tin secret The brilliant careers which tIllj ill adrised rule will probably stroy are too numerous to met tion The ascent of a 1arisia- uelistd of fame has been as cm- tunts heretofore as the descent of the rake depicted by Hogarth his Progress The first punt tore of the skin brings a mans and picture into the papers ext season he exchanges tWill bullets without result and is then hailed as the wellknown duel ist A third encounter and his name is admitted into ToutI Paristhe Whos Who of th Parisians After this he gets free scats at he theaters dines out and is indicated to foreigners on proveleThe new club with its new rear lutions it is feared will change nil thissic transit gloria mundi Quaint Epitaph epilaplo1 which is to be seen in ray for I churchyard Kent strikes as one of the very prettiest monuments chiirfulness in all England Hire liith the bodyof Petci Isml HO years clerk ofthis parish 1 I He lived respected as a pious mill mirthful man and died on his wa to church to assist at a wedding use the fist dayof March 1S11 aged 70 years Tin inhabitant i jof Crayford have raised this stun 110 his cheerful memory fwd as i tiihnlt to his long and faithful service ModerationI within salutaryjsome but exercise by which these i powers are overstrained is to often not only the jHrciirsor hu qiiiti unmistakably till cause n serious illness or of bodily or mental failure Why iiiqnired i Saladin should the weak display liis inferiority in the presence of tilt strong The question is as pertinent in our day as it was hII that in which it was uttered London Jlo litulIA new club wholly devoted to i womens sports has just been in j augimited in London mill it is said that there has been quiUa rush membership Every des 1ilIof sport is provided for The clubhouse very centrally located fenciugundIhilliludx houseboat111cmbcrs ing fishing mId skating are oleo llJrovidelfor Honor to Li Rung Chang Several Chinese cities have rooted temples in honor of Li lung Chung His tomb also has itslmourn He Heaven und revolution I zed the earth I Nefarious Concerns Poaching is said to be carried on in France by companies which make handsolllli profits by till use of most exIll II sire apparatus Silk nets used by some of the poachers ills said to j IIbl tvot tbuverillllll each Smoking Among Boys It is said thai where one boy smoked occasionally ten years ago SO smoke regularly IllGermanys todaJI The tonnage of the German merchant marine bus bleu doubled within a century Mans Drink At the rate of a pint told a halt of liquid a day a nom drinks J283i pints duringJiis life Keeps It Up whenMhis knowledge I Poisoning Cutworms i poisoningIon the following mixture to besuperior to spraying with Paris green as formerly recommended Thoroughly mix while dry 1 poundsasloppy by adding water in which a quart of cheap molasses has been inte worms are working It attracts the worms alsoIEgg Tests A good egg will sink in water smoothIc SU1Ito its shell The boiled eggs which adhere to laidI a lack of gravel etc among the hens laying eggsAfter an egg has been laida day or more the shell comes off easily when boiled IREAL ESTATE If 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 I 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 run acing of 93 acres good hill hind good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a bargain at SS00 10J acres near White Run adjacent to the I C It R half Caney Creel bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court Beaverrata tion 10 acres in meadow good outhuildingst termsfeasy any Wished on application List your property with UK We will find a buyer BURNETT A SMITH Roal Estate AgontsI Republican Office Hartford KyI Nasal CATARRH In alt Us stage thus should bo cletuliaei- sElys Cream Balm iemreesootheeand heals oho diluted membrane It cnrei catarrh and drives iwsy a cold In oho Lead ulckly Cream Balm Is placed tote the fourth rer the membrane and Is absorbed IprudlI ledlate and a cure follows It Is not djyln Sot produce sneezing large Size Id centi at Drug tItt or by mall Trial Size 10 cents fay mall KLV BKOTUERS rid warm SttMt Xtw YelL J24 BUYS L44 SCHOLARSHIPuntil the 100 nllottol to tai Bold nt n dimmint uii untot oho oivnlut of our Kvauivlllo nnwl Ig DRAUilS fJJmll F nttrTtrllln31olnoiil o teach BY MAIL Write for prln I POSITIONS SECURED l I MONEY REFUNDED OR I I Gall or ncnd for CntalllIf1 I o1LI9TCItTdBe- anteelie Kind Y03 Ilan Atop B032M 85r- S JJP S DROPS I CrIESRHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATIC- ANEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE 1 DMS taken Internally rldi tlte blood of the poisonous muter and acid which are the direct cau et of these dlicaxaApplied externally It affords almoit In sunt relief from pain w bile a permanent cure IO belnz effected the blood dluolTloe tbe poisonous lob itaoce 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Oltiii G f h Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat h RENT PAYS FOR LAND 1erlik1 Sections of the Southwest Where IanJ Sells for 15 ani Rent for 5 Per Acre lone of the remarkable things Eastern Arkansas and North Louisiana is the fact that cleared land rents for 5 per Sera cash end can be bought for i50 to lii per acre It costs from SG to 810 an acre to clear it Other improvements necessary are sligh and incxpencivc The soil is rich alluvial or made acre worth 45 to GO This account It produces a bale of cotton per for its high rental value Others c crops such as corn small grains fruitsEAlfalfa yields 4 to G cuttings a to a cutting and brings 10 to 1C per ton In other sections of thou states in Texas as well the rolling hill land is especially adapted to stock raising and trait growing Lund is very cheap 5 to 10 acre improved farms 10 15 to w i per acreThe new White River country offers many opportunities fur set tiers High rolling line water it is naturally adapted to stuck and fruit mUinjr Can be Imiixht as us 1 per acre Sao this great country fur yourself and pick out a location IX crijtivu literature with maps free upon request I The Missouri PacificIron Volta tain System Lines sell reduced rates round trip toilets on first and this d Tuesdays of each month to points III the West and Southwest rand returning 21 days with stopovers or descriptive literature maps tables etc write to T G MATTHKWS T P A- Louisville Ky j or H C TOWNSEND G1 d1 AISt Louis MoIf Vegetablellverpills ThatI biliousnesss I BUCKINGHAMS DYE I run en or Mwmn oa L rIWI 00 uni M H SURE For All ijiiELECTRI ITTERSI QulckeUrandCt Head The best tonic Curatlnl- 1 Backache Dlzztnesa Medicla firLIVER o Kache U n Mataiq SIC assn Sic CuwaatMi Ej D9JE3 J 1 orlBARNETT SMITH ATTOKNKVS AT LAW- it tic i roii i iY WIllrrlIItIlcll In nil tlircmirt lpprnUNparlnlallrdlupturlrriirx UIIIItlIw Imrtlc i11rlln Innlilllil Itinl f bur luw rlimlulllm OttllrlB UlMllilliiN llnllillhir FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law 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litlrurtlnir TIll unit Illlaiitlmir frttlnx Tltlro to limit IIwllll lf Fired rM ntnttrullnn Nolnrr Uoirhv W II lUllNi + S A AMIKIIHON 4 KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR CONSUMPTIOllrlco100 allTHROATLES cr MONEY EACIC 1 PATENTS IIondlDOd11rYm advice now to otlaln ivtuatB trle nuuk4 COUNTRiLDJts1ar tintmoney and rflte tkt patent xclullnlrWlteIU Blnth Itmt app1lxll4 Item moat OflM WASHINGTON D C GASNOWI ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY IIarUNPovAltnlroe Telephone Co operatedby f reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex l tended are as follows for 5 minuteRAconversation 15 miles 10 r 15ets45 miles 20 cts cIJ W OBANNON Mgr Beaver Dam Ky toI r Fi f i4P F4 oi + + 4 M rr F 1 f d t fi F pr4 4+h Fd r BANK OF HARTFORD I COi t1OIKArII i Capital Stock 4000000Surplus 12 OOOOO i Stockholders Addil Liability 4OOOOOO Securety to Depositors 9200000 Ii J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier + t+ i 5JNODirectors 4- i i Ft++ + f+4++ ++Hi i++ +tt r+tf4+++46 II H I TO MAMMOTH CAVBContinued from First Pnge 4J +e NOT GOOD AFTER JULY I FreeTrip to Mammoth Cave Ballot Uullot will count otic iI vote for IThisNo j fflcet J eT 7f7tiy rtlHrtHrH 7 t7fii rr 7 t t17rttY77 h7 h urt re THE DJSTRXCTSTIm seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTINCT No IEast and West Hartford East and West Beave- Darn and Prentis voting precincts DISTINCT No 2 Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTINCT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot ing precincts DISTINCT No 4East and West ForJsville Etnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTINCT No 5Beds Heflin Buford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTINCT No6 Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTINCT No 7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts FIRST NATIONALBANK Ol Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500- Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in- DIRECTORS GAUE LIKENS ALVIN ROWE BURCH FEIIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN I i 1 BLACK BIRKHEAD E = PROPRIETORS i Hartford and Beaver Day Transfer 1AND FREIGHT LINE 6 1Meets all truing Also t 41 Gen rat Liverymen bit = Best of attention given to stock New stable Main by = street Hartford Ky t49 Louisville iSBoominI Do YOU KNOW THESE FACTS ABOUT LOUIS VILLE 330000 people within a radius of only 8 mUesl II leads the WORLD In the manufacturln of Jeans farm wagons sewer pipe wooden DOU5 and I n producing and handUng whisky sole leather cement tobacco az handles and lumberlluppJesL- oulnlUl lithe home olthilargett organ factoryInthetorlejln the world and has 8 iIIectIclnte urban 11M Loulsvlllelsacltyof BEAUTI FUL HOMESI Its city property valuation Is 200000000 It has the grandest park system In the United States and many mar nlftcent ebuildings and churches and II the home olth WORLDS LEADING COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll at this school do THOROUGH youll never be In want ofagood position In a boom Int enterprising city like Louisville NOW U theft f ft vestlgUe Catelwuefree I BRYUt II STU TTO iSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY r0 a Subscribe for the Republican I t i a a s dv ry 5 d 9A HOG PEN In a Sycamore Tree Large Enough to Accommodate Seven Hogs Oirrnnboro Inquirer At Birk City there is a sycamor- tree that is a wonder to everybod- who sees it The tree is seven or eight feet through at the base and is situated on the river bank just in front of the residence of Mr William Whitehouse The fact that the tre is the largest one in the county is not the only interesting feature about it but the one thing that at tracts the people most is that it is used as a hog pen by Mr White house As many as six hogs are sometimes kept in the unique pen which Mr Whitehouse has made out of the tree The tree ia a very old one but still has life and this year has a heavy foliage The hog pen is one of the most substantial in that section of the country and many of the farmers are envious of Mr Whitehouses pen CoonCalled to Meet at Hodgcnville Pursuant to call a meeting of the Fourth Congressional Republican District Committee of Kentucky was this day held in Room 83 Hardesty HotelLebanon At said meeting it saidIFourth Congressional District of Kentucky tall mass conventions to theirrrespective counties on Saturday June 30 1906 at one oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend county conventions directed to be called by said county com mittees to meet Monday July 2 1906 at one oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attends Congressional District Convention hereby called to meet in Hogenville Kentucky Tuesday July 10th 1906 at 11 oclock a m standard time to nominate u candidate for Con fgress in this the Fourth Congression II al District of Kentucky to be voted for at the November election 1906 The basis of representation in each county shall be entitled to in said deleIgatefra ions over fifty 50 votes cast for President Roosevelt in 1904 viz Breckenridge 24 Bullitt 6 Grayson 22 Green 12 Hardin 17 Hart 18 LaRue9 Marion 12 Meade 8Nolson 13Ohio 31 Taylor Washington 14 Lebanon Ky May 1 1906 M L HEAVUIN Chmn 4th Con Rep ComKy B T CONWAY Secy Protem Pursuant to the foregoing call theI Republicans of Ohio county are rected to hold precinct conventions in their respective precincts on Sat Cclockforto attend a delegate conventionto- be held in Hartford Monday July 2 1906 at 1 oclock p m and the basis of representation in said dele gate convention shall be one dele gate for every 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for W B Taylor for CountyJudge 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 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 Ii Arnold 3 Render 4 Done by order of Republican Ex eculive Cdmmjttee June 4 1906 M S RAGLAND Chm JAMES M DKWEEWPI Secy Millions of Frozen Carcasses According to Sir E Montague Nelson says the Engineer of Lon meatIImes and Argentina the carrying trade is represented by 174 refrig erated steamers with a capacity calculated at no less than 10000000 carcasses and in England there are and1100in26000 sheep and lambs and 4000 quarters beef The total importa tion of frozen meats into Great Britain during 1905 consisted of 8 277 731 carcassess mutton and lamb and 1271353 quarters beef You cannot induce a lower anima to eat heartily when not feeling himselfeonceysame as your feet or eyes You dont have to starve to rest your stomach Kodol for Dyspepsia takes die gests what you eat and gives it a againYoued stomach Try Kodol Sold byZ Wayne Griffin Bro m ra a Third Appellate Court Convention Pursuant to the direction of the 3rd Appellate Court Republican Dig 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 Ken tucky call mass conventions to meet in all the precincts of their respect ive Counties on Saturday June 30th standardIcounty conventions directed to be called by said county Committees to meet Monday July 2nd 1906 at 1 oclock p m standard time to se lect delegates to attend the District Convention called to meet in Hodg ensviUe Ky Tuesday July 10th 1906 at 1 oclock p m standard time to nominate a candidate for Appellate Judge in the Third Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky to be voted for at the November election 1906 The basis of representation in each county shall be one delegate for each ono hundred 100 or frac tion over fifty 50 votes cast for President Roosevelt in 1904 viz Adair 17 Anderson 10 Bullitt 6 Barren 21 Clinton 9 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 23rd 1906 M L HEAVRIN CfiaiFman Third Appellate Court District Republican Committee B T CONWAY Secy pro tem Coffin for Passengers Karachi a port in Northern India has a most unpleasant climate The parched desert country behind Kar achi has a terrific heat Jocobabad thirty miles away often records 125 degrees Fahrenheit The one mail train a day carries a coffin in the hot weather season for the use of passengers if need be and in one year twentythree European engine drivers died while working their trains e787f3TORZlHeart the The Kind You Haw Always Boss 6lgnofatnra A1 Kentucky Fair Dates The followingjafe the dates fixed for holding the ltntucky Fairs fo 1906 as ar as reported Officers o fairs are requested to report to u any omissions or correction of dates Hartford Sept 194 days Richmond July 113 days Stanford July 123 days Lancaster July I33 days Hustonville July 253 days Winchester July 253 days Madisonville July 315 days Danville August 13 days Harrodsburg August 74 days Fern Creek August 144 days Vanceburg August 154 days ColumbiaAugustI21 4 days- ShepherdsvilleAugust21 4 days Lawrenceburg August 214 days Springfield August15 4 days Brpdhead August 153 days Guthrie August 238 days Nicholasville August 283 days Shelbyville August 284 days Florence August 294 days Ewing August 303 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days daysi3 days Monticello Sept 114 days Glasgow Sept 124 days Henderson Sept 255 days Falmouth Sept 264 days Pembroke Sept 273 days Owensboro October 25 days Mayfiled October 34 days ad arOBJAIBII M the ltii Kind Yu Hate Alnap BKtb SJnatiia 1rLrr Lr STRONC AgainIs StovallofTiltonGi said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hund- redCof othtrwtak an UIImay wen if you will take Ii I IndJilitloncau ntarly all the sickness that womee It deprives the system of nourish tmint and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestif organs to direst and assimilate all of the whole someood that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia tour risings belchingheartburn and all stomach disorders Ditfests What you Eat IIU nU 14 rut q LM tlMM ci MlCk as tk nMrrttlOJtaWttt trltl ntoet clew Hold by Z WAYNE UKIfFIN Big Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN For April 1906 Minnesota North and South Dakota Manitoba Western Ontario Sskatckwan Kssin lUuia and Albertaod set tiers tickets Dates of sale April 3 1017 and 24 1906 Indianapolis IndFrom points in Indiana only Dates of saleApril 24 and 25 190- 6Northern Michigan g pecra HomeSeekers Excursion April 10 and 24 May 8 and 22 California Washington Ore gon 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 An geiesCa1 And return Dates of sale April 24 to May 4 1906 Mexico One way second class colonist tick ets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 Apply to nearest Big Four agent II S RIIEIN Genl Pass Agt- Cincinnati 0 S J GATES Gin Agt- Louisville Ky REPUBLICANs your Job Printing in a firstclass mannerI Thousands of Acres For Sale- at reasonable prices Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands alo4 the line oftit IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line tin ST LOUIS ANI MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping tree recllnln chair can H m aoeKcrs Excursions first and third Tuesdays or oaell tenth Descriptive literature maps pamphlet roldtrs etc on application HCTOWMEKD II ro MATTHEWS tIp+ unedTkdnnlf4huri erApe- trtosn Iso1TaLLQ A Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph CO- nacorporatpd 1 heres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business huIncreasedand my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition I E PATE Mgr R1Bl4CHGlmT Ohio Count Circuit Court TK Blrkhtad Judge Den D Itlngo Attorney Oscar Jlldklff Jailer Ed O DarrnM Clerk Frank L Fellr Muter Coo nDOraDIollardday In March end Angnat and continue tire weeksnnd third Monday In May and November two week WSTIDford 3Conrtconr ne flrit Monday la Mb month MondayIn JaneerySbrtlnIIAllenCoronerJlnto Tuotlcos Court 2fSptember2 25September September2Spltpmbn SSppHerbert tender CentertownMarch Joa28 September 2 December SO e0September3X vrtbrd 2 cllce Court AttorneyTene second Monday In eachnjonth K ll Tiovi j B nrlc Sundayeachaeom WedDUdarnenlug nighbeforePrayumeetingGardner pastor C P ChnrchSerrlce first Sunday IB such DIIatnedpeetorSchool Tratppl lIartlordC M Crow J 8 DrendletonCIt CoaDcllJ n William Mayor CK DPendllonADWhiteDr J W Taylor Seczet Soc1Ue FrleJa7nllfhta fireMODdar MacebOPePythiameetsereryTueadeynlght rRnlarmeetlng8atnrdaybeforBr month Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Lines l4ROlrI LonisvilleDanville and Lexington TO I Louis M the W f runningthroughLouis without change with connecting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville 530 a m Lve Louisville 900 a m Arr St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Sand of the Sky Booklet and other Hlustrated literature W G MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky HC KING GPTA111 East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky A RCOOKCPT A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A GP A St Louis Mo I Subscribe for THEREPUBLICAN T l Ac x s 1 ++++++F+++i r++a + +fi+++ 4 ++1 o +d + r + t 5r++d fifia + t+ r BANK OF HARTFORD 1 I CUi 1 CLCA1 Ifa Ifty2 i Capital Stock 4000000 iSurplus 12 OOOOO- 4OOOOOOi Stockholders Addll Liability = Securety to Depositors 9200000 i J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier H P TAYLOR V Prcst R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier k 1JW FORD P TAYLORJNOHOLBROOKDirectors JNO I ++t+ + +ti+ ++f4t+++++ +ttt+ti I TO MAMMOTH CAVES Continued from First Page t tt b4JCdL4 4 lP NOT GOOD AFTER JULY 1 j FreeTrip to Mammoth Cave Ballot This Bullot will count one 1 vote for I Mr District No I 3 When properly filled out and returned to THE REPUBLICAN of E 4fice by mail or otherwise on or before expiration date shown above 1 t1M1rt fit Y i trtfriretrrt tm 7Tt I HHTt1 t1 7a THE DISTRICTThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No IEast and West Hartford East and West Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTINCT No2 Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3 Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot ing precincts DISTRICT No I East and West ForJjville Etnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 5Ulla Heflin Buford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No 6 Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts FIRST NATIONALBANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500- Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Conic i- nDIRECTORS GABS LIKENS ALVIN HOWE Bunch FEUX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GKIPKIN r I = BLACK BIRKHEAD i= PROPRIETORS j- i Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer I f I AND FREIGHT LINE 5y Meets all truing Also i Gen rat Liverymen = Bestjof attention given to stock New stablo Main by 4 street Hartford Ky bIo b I Louisville is BoomingDOYOUKNOW a f nOlus 01 amy mlln It a stheWORIJ- Inthe minuftcturlnf ofJeans farm wagons itwsrplM wooden boxes and In producing and handUnc whisky sole I leather cement tobacco ax handles and plumbers supplies Louisville lithe home olthtlargest organ soap factory largestInthe plow fac toriesln the world and has 8 eledrle Inert urbanllnes Louisville Is a city of BEAUTI FUL HOMESI Its city property valuation Is I 200000000 It has the grandest park 1 thehomeolthWORSLDSdLEAD OCOM MERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll at this school do THOROUGHwork and youll never be In want ala rood In a boomlni enterprising city like Louisville NOW Is the ilm to Catalone free I I BUYiyfi gTPinnii mismESSMLLEBE i iiisVILLEKY I Subscribe for the Republican r HOG PEN In a Sycamore Tree Large Enough to Accommodate Stven Hogs Qwrnfbnro Inquirer At Dirk City there is a sycamore tree that is a wonder to everybody who sees it The tree is seven or eight feet through at the base and is situated on the river bank just in front of the residence of Mr William Whitehouse The fact that the tree is the largest one in the county is not the only interesting feature about it but the one thing that attracts the people most is that it is used as a hog pen by Mr White house As many as six hogs are sometimes kept in the unique pen which Mr Whitehouse has made out of the tree The tree is a very old one taut still has life and this year has a heavy foliage The hog pen is one of the most substantial in that section of the country and many of the farmers are envious of Mr Whitehouses pen- Congressional Convention Called to Meet at Hodgenville Pursuant to call a meeting of the Fourth Congressional Republican District Committee of Kentucky was thisday held in Room 33 Hardesty HotelLebanon At said meeting it was ordered and directed by said committee that all the Republican County Committees in this the Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky tail mass conventions to meet in all the precincts of their respective counties on Saturday June 30 1906 at one oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend county conventions directed to be called by said county com mittees to meet Monday July 2 1906 at one oclock p m standard time to select delegates to attend a Congressional District Convention hereby called to meet in Hogenville Kentucky Tuesday July 10th 1906 at 11 oclock a m standard time to nominate u candidate for Con grass In this the Fourth Congresslon11ll- I al District of Kentucky to be voted 190WThecounty shall be entitled to in said district convention shallbe one dele gate for each one hundred 100 or radons over fifty 50 votes cast for President Roosevelt in 1904 viz Breckenridge 21 Bullitt 6 Grayson 22 Green 12 Hardin 17 Hart 18 LnRueO Marion 12 Meade SNolson 13Ohio 31Taylor Washington 14 Lebanon Ky May 1 1906 M L HEAVRIN Chmn 4th Con Rep ComKy- B 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 for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a delegate convention be held in Hartford Monday July 2 1906 at 1 oclock p m and the basis of representation in said dele gate convention shall be one dele gate for every 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for W B Taylor for CountyJudge on November 5 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 tbwn 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 i Prentis 2 Herbert 1 Arnold 3 I Render 4 Done by order of Republican Ex eculive Committee June 4 1906 M S RAGLAND Chm JAMES M DEW EEWE Secy Millions of Frozen Carcasses According to Sir E Montague Nelson says the Engineer of London there are sixty large meat freezing estamlishmepts the colo flies and Argentina the carrying trade is represented by 174 refrig erated steamers with a capacity 10000000I100 in provincial towns for toe stor- agepf1ITJcatonarrivltlTheso die on average over 26000 sheep and lambs and 4000 quarters beef The total importa tion of frozen meats into Great Britain during 1905 consisted of 8 277 731 carcassess mutton and lamb and 1271353 quarters beef You cannot induce a lower anima to eat heartily when not feeling well A sick dog starves himself and gets well The stomach once overworked must have rest the sane 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 againYoubyZWayne Third AppellateCourt District Convention Pursuant to the direction of the 3rd Appellate Court Republican District 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 Ken tucky call mass conventions to meet in all the precincts of their respect ive Counties on Saturday June 30th standardIcounty conventions directed to be called by said county Committees to meet Monday July 2nd 1906 at 1 oclock p m standard time to se lect delegates to attend the District Convention called to meet in Hodg ensviUe Ky Tuesday July 10th 1906 at 1 oclock p m standard time to nominate a candidate for Appellate Judge in the Third Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky to be voted for at the November election 1906 The basis of representation in eachcounty shall be one delegate for each ono hundred 100 or fraction over fifty 50 votes cast for President Roosevelt in 1904 viz Adair 17 Anderson 10 Bullitt 6 Barren 21 Clinton 9 Casey 16 Greene 12 Hardin 17 Hart 18 LaRue 9j Marion 12 Metcalfe 11 Nelson 13 Oldham 5 Pulaski 37 16jIne 16This May 23cd 1906 M L HEAVRI- NClirmunThird Appellate Court District Republican Committee B T CONWAY Secy pro tern Coffin for Passengers Karachi a port in Northern India has a most unpleasant climate The parched desert country behind Kar achi has a terrific heat Jocobabad thirty miles away often records 125 degrees Fahrenheit The one mail train a day carries a coffin in the hot weather season for the use of passengers if need be and in one year twentythree European engine drivers died while working their trains CASTOElzaHem theThe Kind Yon Hare Always BoJZi Blfittw i1 lit Kentucky Fair Dates The followingjaf the dates fixed for holding the S ntuckY Fairs for 1906 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates Hartford Sept 194 days Richmond July 113 days Stanford July 123 days Lancaster July I33 days Hustonville July 253 days Winchester July 253 days Madisonville July 315 days Danville August 13 days Harrodsburg August 74 days Fern Creek August 144 days Vanceburg August 154 days ColumbiaAugust21 days ShepherdsvillelAugust 214 days Lawrenceburg August 214 days Springfield August15 4 days Brodhead August 153 days Guthrie August 238 days Nicholasville August 283 days Shelbyville August 284 days Florence August 294 days Ewing August 3Q3 days Elizabeth town Sept 43 days daysBardstown days Montipcllo Sept 114 days Glasgow Sept 124 days Henderson Sept 255 days Falmouth Sept 264 days Pembroke Sept 273 days Owensboro October 25 days Mayfiled October 34 days dABTOaIABsaqtbe ylhi Kind Yrj Hay Always Bntli 511II t t STRONG AgainIs StovallofTiltonG said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia LCurt Hundrtdi tl ofothtrwtak women art being re I stored to perfect fcttlth by this remedy YOU may be wen ifyou will take It indlgestlonausee nearly all the sickness that WOrn have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women tufftr weaken and bicorai diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to direst and assimilate all of the whole tomeood that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour rleings belchingheartbum and all stomach disordersDigests What you EatD- IIsrattbaelesty Pnrar4 at tae LM tlmti At ntch ta eatartaeDRtttt- r1tI rte asst else I I JtO OMunVaA I I Molil by Z WAYNE GUI WYIN Big Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN For April 1906 Minnesota North and South Dakota Manitoba Western Ontario Sskatckwan Rssin IUUIU and Alberta d class settlers tickets Dates of sale April 3 1017 and 24 190- 6Indianapolis Ind gJISS in Indiana only Dates of saleApril 24 and 25 190- 6Northern Michigan fJ eeiTi HomeSeekers Excursion April 10 and 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 An geies Cal And return Dates of sale April 24 to May 4 1906Mexico One way second class colonist tick ets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 Apply to nearest Big Four agent II S RIIEIN Gcnl Pass Agt- Cincinnati 0 S J GATES G n Agt- Louisville Ky THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Thousands of Acres For Sale ai reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the lies of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri andI Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AM MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeilitr lid tree r chair cars Hstmeaoerior Excursion- first and third Tuesdays sacs nonlh Descriptive literature maps pamphlets folders etc on application H c WNSENOA ro MATTHEWS Usl NilMud TkW r filirirFuimiflp4UBIIJIUCO ttoua umbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Coi- ncorporated 1 Heres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone in my residence and place ol business My business baa Increased and my wifes voice is never heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition AIE PATE Mar WIlSl +3Qi 1P11114- OhioCotusat DRlaoAttorDeDarrn Clerk Freak L Fells Muter Com ItDMartlnSherlnA Bratcher L p Crowder E H Megan Grant Had Noymbettwo WSTlaleClerkEfold 49Conrt convents tint Monday In each month MondayIaCourt of Claims Convenes flnt Monday In Jannary Tuesday after second Monday In October ShtTSAllenCorooerJlOto rustics Courts f 4eiSeptemberJaDol5September SeptemberO t tSelltember9SeptemberHerbert Render Centertown March 30 JtnV29 September 20 December 30 10Septemberiravrtford Z cUe Court AttorneyTene second Monday In enthnionth R llelevi Conrlc SundayeachaocoJloSaudll1 r d PastorBaptist nigh Sandaynightandfourthsanday LGardnereacbmOlltbned paetor School Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J 8 DleodletoDCity CouncllJ n Williams Mayor CM DPendatonADrJ W TaylorGcrtOooltl FrldarulAMaonfraMondayHnrtford Tent No 09 Knight of the Maces b ytRoughmeeteveryTveedayolghtt Italal1DeetlIlIf1lSatardabeoaratSaDdq 1D0 r y4Southern Shortest and Fastest Lines Vi Y IRO r LonisvilleDanvilJe and Lexington ir TO 81 Louis anti the West Two Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connecting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville 530 a m Lve Louisville 900 a m Arr St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustrated literature W G MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky HC KINGGPTA 111 East MainLexingtonKy- J F LOGAN T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A GP A St Louis Mo Subscribe for THEREPUBLICAN 7 l M e 7 r Ir f iict t fG g ttt ft t SF s t+ mt 4- A 4 U I i t OFIRESIDENCE AND 4 4- k 1 1 1 BUSINESSLOT t = =j ===IN To = i I M I ry U J- IflhIL UIIL Ip II SaturdaY JuI L 19OG I i i ti Ow this date the land formerly owned by the James A Thomas estate located immediately east of the depot site of i the M1 H E R R Co and within two squares of the Court House will be sold in lots This land has been subdi i tri tided into hits streets and alleys and is unquestionably the most desirable and convenient section in Hartford The jjk streets are now in process of being graded and the lots beautified and before date of sale will be transformed into the most 1 beautiful section of our town The sale will be on easy terms Dont forget the date Hartford Laid Improvement T COMPANYr iliIiMr L