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I 1 t atttJr tp1tbliu a 1 Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU Will FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 29 1906 No 50 GRAtlD RAllY Of the A S of E at the Hartford Street Fair large and Orderly Crowds Attend And All Seemed to te PleasedJ The Street Fair Home Coming and American Society of Equity ralt ly at Hartford last Friday and Sat urday was more largely attended than any of the former Street Fairs given by the town The forenoon of Friday wasdevot ed to exhibiting and awarding of premiums The afternoon was given over entirely to the American Society of Equity The exercises were began by a grand parade and march of the Equity people jI from the Ohio County Fair grounds through the principle streets of Hartford beginning lJH After which a magnificent address was de livered at the Court House yard by Mr 11 H Sherman of Greensburg Ind National Organizer A S of E fhe speaer was introduced by our own President David Moreland who took occasion to briejly sum up the work of the wonderful organization- Mr Sherman spoke for nearly tVO hours and had the the undivided at attention of the vast throng during the entire time A few of the most striking points in Mr Shermans miI dress arc as follows the American Society of Equity is organizedon a plan that helps every body and hurts none The farmers constitute the great pendulum of the wheels of trade The A S of E was organized to teach the farmers how to do business and the farmers are better organized today than ever before The farmers should learn lessons from others and organ ize to uphold prices The organiza tion is not to fight nnyboby but to help themselves They are not hunting trouble but prosperity They J must stay out of politics if they would Succeed At the close of Mr ShermanI masterful speech Davis of West Hartford who by the way is a candidate in REPUBLICANS free trip to the Mammoth Cave con test recited an excellent Equity de clamation An excellent feature of the Equity demonstration was the dumper a dilapidated gocart drawn by a large boney gray orset and a very small bank mule It repre sented the man who would not join the A S of E On Saturday a much larger crowd was in attendence and every body seemed to enjoy the day Former Kentuckians living in Ten nessee Louisiana Texas Oklahoma New Mexico Missouri Indiana 111 inois Ohio Colorado West Virgin ia and British Columbia were in at tendancepremiums were awarded as fol tows W H Griffinmost popular young t lady one fine parlor lamp 10 Won by Miss Audrey Dexter See and Miss Vada Render 63CI1erbestjamcake5 Won by Mrs Belle Cooper Pound cake r 5 Won by Miss Mildred Jarnagin City Restaurantbest mare and suckling colt 750 Won by Mary Belle Wilson second best H F ForemanSam best suckling mule celt suit hat and shoes Won by WTKeown R W King oldest gentleman or ladypair goldrimmed spectacl 4650 Won by S L Baird Black Birkhead handsomest turnout one set of Buggy Harness Won by Herbert Ralph- U S Carsonbest suckling colt shotgun 10 Won by E E Brown A D Whitworst turnout 5 Won byEckRial 6 Ohio County Bankbest boy rider under 15 years 5 Won by Paul tHooVw iFrWtNational Bank best lady ria td r fl5 Won by Ella Mori- 4x Sec ond best 510 won by Miss Lizzie Stevens W C Schlemmer sack race 3 Won by L 1C Park Sam Riley best half dozen frying chickens 250 Won by Mrs L F BennettR Gillespiebest bushel of wheat 350 Won by J W Brown Saunders Cobest trio Plym Rock Chickens 2 Won byI ohn P Foster Best 2 It s butterI 51 Won by Mrs V W Sandefur Bank of Hartfordbest horse any or sex 10 Won by E E BrownICarson Comost popular young man 50 buggy Won by Earrett ArbuckleJames H Williamshandsomest half dozen doilies embroidered work 4 Won by Mrs Belle Cooper Prettiest piece of drawn work 8 Won by Miss Myrtle Wilford Handsomest piece of embroidered work 3 Won by Mrs Albert Rial- Fair Cohandsomest turnou- driven by young lady 15 dress Won by Miss Vada Render Thomas Bros heaviest dozen hen eggs 250 clock Won by Mrs J P Foster Moore Crabtree closest guess a sealed number 75n s granulated sugar Won by Miss Eva Martin Sanderfur Cobest pair of farm horses 5 Won by J H BarI nardZ Wayne Griffin BrobestI modelstallion mare or gelding gold watchx15 Won by Harlin Tich enorZ Wayne Griffin Broprettiest handkerchief in drawn workone set of knives and forks 650 Won by Miss Ada Miller R T Her best oldtime fiddler 250 Won by Mose Fuqua Hoover Brosfoot race for boys 250 Won by Lamar Boiling Best white layer cake 10 lt s granu tarsus sugar Won by Miss Gola Cecil l L Tweddellbest two chickens any breed one set doubletrees and swingle trees 250 Won byI Mrs L F Bennett STILL WARMING UP Contest for Free Trip to Mam moth Cave Continues Only Seven More Weeks As the time for the close of our free trip to the Mammoth Cave draws near the warmer grows the contest There are only seven more weeks of battle of ballots during which time candidates will no doubt be more active than ever before It is becoming more evident thatI the most active and energetic can didates lead in number of votes The standing of the various candi dates is as followsDISTRICT NO1 Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam 70 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 240 Robert Davis Hartford 571 Ernest M Coleman Beaver Dam 80 Godfrey Bean Hartford 60 DISTRICT No2 Johnie Wallace Rosine 210 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton 10 Bernice Neighbors Dundee 20 Palmer Loyd Narrows 5 Herbert Midkiff Magan + 7 Elijah Daniel 63 Albert Baughn 30 DISTRICT No4 Roy Keown Fordsville 87 PeteTilford Fordsville 5 Arthur Burdett Herbert 4 DISTRICT No5 Talmage DaVis Beda 75 Jesse C Smith Taffy 611 772esDISTRICT No6 John Morton Ceralvo 10 VigMorton Smollhous 60 Ben Kimmell Ceralvo 2 Frank KuykendallCentertown 4 Rowe Condit Matanzas 26 DISTRicT N07 Carroll Smith McHfehry 139 Roy Brown McHenry 80 Orlett C Carter Reckport 23 Carl Davenport Cool Springs + 4 RaymonaFrancieRendbr Vv 6 Continued bn seventh page rK SUIT FILED To Test Constitutionality of the Viscous Redistricting Law of Last Legislature Morgantown Ky June 25By a suit filed in the Butler Circuit Court today S A Anderson of Hartford Ohio county who is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Representative in the Twentysixth Leg islative district is seeking to have House bill No 216 which was passed by the last General Assembly declared unconstitutional In his petition Mr Anderson says that the act of the Legislature of 1893 making Ohio county the Twentysixth Legislative district is still in force and that the act of 1906 is invalid The act complained of combines the counties of Butler Edmonson and Ohio into one district and the assumedt cently a meeting of the Republican committees from the three counties was held and a primary was called for November 6 to select a nominee for Representative Mr Anderson seeks to enjoin the defendants the Chairmen of the Republican Com mittee in Butler Edmonson and Ohio counties from takingany steps to hold the primary in the three counties and asks that the court adjudge that the county of Ohio alone constitutes the Twentysixth Legislative district The case will be tried before Judge Galloway and a motion for an injunction will be made this week If Mr Andersons action is sustained all the redistrict ing legislation passed since 1893 will be declared unconstitutional t Barnett ReuniontL- ust Sunday at therbldh nesteiu of Genl Robert Barnett one mile North of Hartford now the residence of Mrs Amanda Barnett there were gathered 53 of his direct dccendents The meeting was brought about by the return of W C Barnett of Valley Mills Texas mention of which was made in our last issue W C is a son of Alexander the eldest of four sons of Genl Robert the others being Joseph Robert and Morris none ofI whom are now living All those present were decendents of the four named brothers except Mrs Aman da Barnett who is the widow of Robert E and Mrs Ellen Barnett the widow of Morris From a caus ual count it was estimated that there are at least 500 decendents of Genl Barnett scattered far and wide over the country beginning with grandchildren and extending to the fourth generation At the meeting Sunday W C Barnett at 64 had the distinction of being the oldest grandson and the little son of Luther Barnett of Louisville aged 2 years and 6 month and a great great grandson the youngest A number of relics which belonged to the old ancestor were exhibited among them being an Indian tomahawk which was used by the General to mark trees in his extensive land sur veys It is probable that many a line tree still bears the mark of this aged tomahawk He obtained his title from his connection with the Indian campaigns having come to Kentucky with his father Alexander from Virginia at an early age and was an inmate of the old fort near the present town of Hartford known as Barnetts Station Later Alexander moved with his family just North of Hartford upon a tract of 2000 acres which he ac quired at ten cents per acre Those present from a distance were W 0 Barnett Miss Eula Barnett and Miss Josie Jarrett Val ley Mills Texas Mrs Ellen Barnett and daughter Miss Ora Livermore John Lindley and family and Simpson Barnett and family Pleasant Hill Luther Barnett and family Louisville Dr Nester Barnett and daughter Miss Octava Caneyville It was a very enjoyable occasion for ithote present and it ha been planedtl ettoetherJulyi4tK at come point where a much larger at airrntw tendance of the Barnett relatives can be had Record for the Week The following are our new sub scribers entered since Monday June 18th J W Barr Taffy Mrs Lot tie Leisure Taffy W S Byers Yea man John L Benton Bevier Will H Taylor Graham L P Miles Horton Thomas E Moss Beaver Dam J A Westerfield Magan L D Carwile Beaver Dam Mrs Ap tolia Baughn Magan Mrs Lucinda Baughn Lavalle Mo John F Stowers Rockport Ind C C Borah Cromwell S T Chick Beaver Dam The following old subscribers have remembered us in a substancial way feince that date Robert Lawrence Hartford Jasper Peters Olaton W B Ernest Brown JHenryEchols Brown Central City F M Martin Dundee I Kin der Livermore W J Travis Hart ford Mrs G L Brady Irvington- C M Crowe Hartford J H Wright Rosine W S Tinsley Hartford Henry Shaver Beaver Dam A B Morton LaCrosse Ind Thomas Smith Beda Mrs Mecie Maddox Centertown George Vin cent Cenlertown J T Weller Gotebo Oklakoma J C Liles Somerset Alex Carson Heflin and W H + Moore Hartford Trustee Sale On Thursday the 12th of July 1906 I will offer for sale at Norrows Ky one saw mill with planer and other attachments A lot of lumber and some other personal property Also four town lilts on two of these are dwelling houses on one the mill is located will sell mill lots seperately and as a whole will sell on credit of six months with interest from all J W RALPH Oot Trustee of H C POWERS i Death of Dn L T Cox Dr L T Cox died at his home in Owensboro last Thursday night after an illness of three weeks from appendicitisDr born and reared in Ohio county and practiced his pro fession at Rosine and Beda until about eight years ago when he moved to Owensboro He was one of the leading physicians of this county for many years and stood high as a citizen He was a mem ber of the Odd Fellows and was buried by that order He was a Knight Templar Dr Cox is survived by his widow- and four daughters one of whom i Mrs M L Heavrin of Hartford In Memory- Of Stephen L Leach who depart ed this life Monday June llth 1906 these lines are written The deceased was the eldest son of lease Leach and Carrie Taylor Leach and was fiftynine years of age at the time of his death He had lived all his life in Ohio county and on March 9th 1871 he was married to Miss Rebecca Park Three children were born of this union Arthur who died at the age of 17 Mrs Ernest Woodward who died in 1903 and Edgar who yet sur vives and lives with his mother His death was unexpected and un timely His industry temperance and right living made for bette- citizenship and his neighborly kind ness and Christian living were a constant influence for good but only to those who know of his tender care and loving sympathy in the home life will the full measure of his to be understood FrSale 1000 firstclass Oak Ash an Hickory trees also 2000 Gum and Mapleon land adjacent to Rough river three miles West from Hart ford Will sell timber as it stand- in tree cut and delivered on river I or will cut into lumber For further particulars address this office 46t6 SMALLHOUS I June 25rMrs Tom Bills and Miss Ben Ross Centertown were the guests of Mrs Cordelia Adding ton Saturday nlghta dSu dayjII- nHallows and Miss Freudci phiq111 pppppppe BroIIi OnI 2 I IIfprices will sell them we propose aIto sell every Ladies Misses and aj Childrens Hat in our stock We a IIIiJt see what you want give us your or Jfc der We will make you one Come HattsingThe t Home of Good Clothes Have you ever thought how con tented you would feel how well youF= would look and what satisfaction it would afford your friendsto see you mf j dressed in one of our new Suits The fjf IK Suits are here for your inspection 2 The best designers and cutters the most skillful tailors have all done 5 p their very best for you Come in 2 p and let our new Suits talk to you jg K for a few moments Every purse IIK can find a Suit here to fit it Suits = at 8500650 750 850 10003j1250 1500 1800 h 2250 M 1 MEts yr 5 g Beaver Dam 44444 I IiI MiIi4IBurr went to Central City and re turned Saturday Messrs Howard Lawton and Lee Walton South Carrollton attended the Ice cream supper at Smallhous Saturday night Misses Mary Lindley and Pearl Gatton and Messrs Theodore Hill and Ross Bennett Matanzas were in our midst Saturday Mrs Bettie Hatcher Centertown BrTaylor and Salie Drake Miss Nora Bennett Matanzas is the guest of her cousin Miss Debbie Taylor this week IRev Lawrence and wife were theI guests of Mr and Mrs Stanley Beav er Dam last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Fielden Bennett anddland Friday Among those who attended the Ma Saturs day were Misses Debbie Taylor Net tie and Augusta Geiger Lelia Hunter and Nora Bennett Messrs WC Overhults C 0Hunter Ben Ross T Lawrence and Worth FuI Quite a crowd fromhere attended the Street Fair atHartford Satur day Little Miss Amy Wood was the guest of her tiuntMIseM ggieHun tit ter last week IMr and Mrs PL Wood and were the guest of Miss Maggie Hunter Sunday Prayer meeting will be held at the residence of George Lewis Sunday and will meet at Tom Godsys next Sunday Dr J M Everly Ceralvo was called to see Lenas Fulkerson Sunday who is quite ill Rev G H Lawrence and Afva Calloway went to Hartford recently Mr and Mrs Fred Boone and daughter Ethel attended church at Nelson Creek Saturday and Sunday Mrs Alva Calloway was the guest of Mrs Nell Landrum at Centertown Sunday Bud Lawrence Falls of Rough was the guest of his sister Mrs Charlie Overton last week George Lewis and wife were guests of relatives and friends at Central City last Saturday and Sunday Jas H Fulkerson andwife went to Hartford Monday Mrs Zadie Luck and son Halcomb DlrlandMr andMrs Robert Hunter and daughter Miss Ethel spent Monday with their brother 3 J Hawkins and cousin Mrs Lennje Stevens w IvJ BEEf TRUST PESTI Ffirterlizer Trusts Cannada Headquarters Indicted interstate Commerce Commission Sets Busy and Directs In quiry to Railroads Special to TrltrronitvAl Interest in the Beef Trust fight aiilt keeps to the fore The latest axetsment and resentment has been at the Capital where a letter from tfcoScesident landed late this week telling chairman Wadsworth of the Av cultural Committee just what thaBsesident thought of the com mitf3t The letter goes over the ita n in detail and shows the Hcuse substitute for the inspection liwia about as bad as it could be It appears to have been drawn by tbeoounsel for the packers and if it laAbesn as it probably was it ould not more nearly meet the re qajraments of the Beef Trust Second only to the interest in the meat inspection bill is that aroused this week by the Department of Justice in finding indictments against the Fertilizer Trust This tnssl is of more interest to the south than to the north as it has operated most largely in the states of Tenne asas Alabama Arkansas Mississip Hijilorida Georgia and North and 3ittix s Carolina The indictments fAmi against it are six in number snoJoHarge violation of the Sherman law u3 conspiracy in restraint of trade fine of the neat tricks of the trade that this investigation has unearth ed 5as been the fact that the trust was practically engineered from Canada There was a company or jraafaed up there under the laws of Ontario known as the Colonial Development Company and supposed to have nothing to do with the fer terlizer business in the States But as a matter of fact it was actmg as the controlling company for all of feventysix supposedly independent companies in the United States and iron adjusting territory regulating sales and distributing profits It tooK the Interstate Commerce Komraission a good while to get busy in the coal and oil investigation ondenthe TillmanGillespie res elution It will be remembered that the first reply sent to Congress by tile Commission was no reply at all and was indignantly return ad by the authors of the res olution with the instruction to set to work Well the Commis sion has been working and has al ceady turned a good deal of interesting material in the way of graft and corruption But this week it tuft out a circular letter to all of therailroads in the country that prinfirrmsh material for at least one volume of its prospective report iwants to know the relation of all the Toads to the coal and oil com jjauxs along their routes Of course swill not touch all of the road= muse many of them have no coal and1 oil lands along their routes Sub there are a few questions that nearly all of the roads will have to answer and one that all of them vcilfbe in on It is the question of vrtiwe they get their lubricating oiViaw muchthey pay for it who thc officials are who buy it who the sgafJ are who sell it and a lot of aior things all directed palpably again the Standard Oil Company wrhicb is generally understood to eoctrol the lubricating oil just as thoroughly as it does the market for nolineand coal oil TIia sworn statement of the manu rrjcturero protects you from opiates m KeneoVs Laxative Honey and Tar the coxgh syrup that drives the frolout efi your system Sold by JL Wayn Griffin Bro m 00 First National Bank Armour Chninlrlv Tritium s S H Smith Pre H H Smith VcePrssi W W Wedding Cashier Cover C Dltt Asst Cashier We desire to male spec al reference to tiir tanking facilities and this insti tutiHT though not long with us ido Intr rwl and1 it bus shown there was sheik 3ekl for it here Our part cf ttte ante is developing rapidly I and1 tihiFirst National isserving our jnoplbjveiy acceptable and it enjoys I WTywTLptable and very high stand jcvsiih alll classes The hank is r well equipped in every respect only the safest kind of banking is trans acted and all patrons receive affable and honorable treatment Their banking rooms are entirely new the vaults being absolutely impregnable and their funds are protected against fire burglary or accident of any kind The policy of the bank is to keep its business entirely under its con trol the resources available for any emergency and whether you deposit much or little your account will be welcome there A new and sub stantial bank like this always proves a great benefit to a town and we are glad indeed that the First Natsonal is with us When you do your banking with these gentlemen you will be given the best of attention Messrs Smith Smith and Wedding are gentlemen of high personal char acter influence and business capac ity whose credentials are excellent and they are proving a weighty fac tor here Mr Smith the president has we would observe large inter ests in Kentucky his native state Mr Grover C Ditto the assistant cashier performs his duties very ac ceptably The above mentioned Mr Wed ding is the son of our townman Judge R R Wedding and one of the countys best young business men a Low Rates to Asheville N C and I Return On account of the Conference of the Young Peoples Missionary As sociation at Asheville N C South ern Railway will sell excurison tick ets to Asheville at rate of one first class faro plus twentyfive cents for the round trip on June 26 27 and 28 with return limit of July 10 1906 The Land of the Sky Country is attractive at all times and especi ally at this season of the year The glory of the natural surroundings is at its height The Southern Rail was traverses the banks of the French Broad River for many miles enroute to Asheville The Scenery of this mountainous region and the delightful temperature are unsur passedFor further information address any ticket agent of the Southern Railway or C H HUNGERFORD D P A 234 Fourth Ave- Louisville Ky Long Tennessee Fght I For twenty years tit L Rawls of Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writes The swelling and sore ness inside my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklens Arnica to the sore surface This caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to return Best salve in existence 25c at Z Wayne Grif fin Bro druggist Straightening the Back It is the cuustom in certain parts of Scotland among woman laborers in the field when their backs begin to ache from bending low while working with shorthandled hoes to lie down with their faces upon the groundand allow others to step up on the lowers part of their backs with one foot several times This operation is known as straightening the back OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes Is o a The KIdneys your I If they are sick or out of order they fall do their work Pains aches and rheu matism from ex cess of uric In the blood due to neglected kidney trouble I they had heart trouble because the heart overworking In pumping thick IsIpoisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only all constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble- If you are you can make no mistake by doctoring your kidneys The mild snd the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and sold on its merits fiftYIcentes may are filltd come acid unsteadyheart kidneysIut sick first its ample bottle by man Home of SwampRoot I free also pamphlet telling you how to find cut If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Be Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle CRAZY MAN Ran Into Cave and Leaped Into Fathomless Pit at Tar Springs Cloverport Ky June 23Word- was received here that an unnkown man about fortyfive years of age supposed to be insane after running through the woods about six miles south of here shouting that a mob was pursuing him for a horrible crime ran into a cave near Tar Springs a summer resort and drop ped into a pit the bottom of which has never been found An effort is being made to locate the bottom but those who have been lowered into the abyss declare that they heard running water and it is supposed that the body has been washed undergound About noon the man is said to have asked for a meal at the farm of William Atkison and after eating became wild threatening the lives of the members of the family He seized a club and the family fled af ter the man attempted to brain an infant The man dashed through the woods and was later found con cealed in an empty piano box at the Tar Springs hotel by James F Halli day proprietor of the hotel who ordered him from the box The madman then jumped over the railing of the pit which is near the madIand several guests of the hotel They reached the enterance in time to see him leap The man was dressed in plain clothes and appear ed to be a laborer He had been seen in that part of the country in the morning r New Cure for Epilepsy J B Waterman of Waterman 0 Rural free delivery writes My daughter afflicted for years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills She has not had an attack for two years Best body cleansers and life going tonic pills on earth 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store 4 Both Ends Someone has said that onehalf the misery of life at least if not more comes to people from not being able to make both ends meet yet how unnecessary is the nervous strain and worry of mind which arises from the foolish attempt to keep up appearances which is beyondones income Pretense is detrimental to selfrespect Much better say at once we cannot afford it never appologizing for the smallness of the house or the lack of domestics nev er pretend to be other than we are If we would only stop and think how little we need to enjpy life instead of how much how infinitely happier we would be The Tariff an Issue When the Democrats have no oth er issue to advance they always fall back on the tariff Just at present there is an evident disposition to formulate some policy upon which the different factions can be brought together into at least a semblance of harmony Bryanism as it was ex pounded by the Nebraska leader in 1896 and 1900 is not suggested But Bryan is much stronger with the conservatives than he has been at any time since his crushing defeat in 1896 How much Bryan is to be re garded as accepting the doctrines and pblicies of the conservative ele ment is a matter of individual opin ion upon which there has been no general agreement among the Dem ocrats themselves Whatever the extent of the give and take it re mains to be brought out later The Republicans have adopted such policies on the practical questions of the day affecting the material and po litical welfare of thecountry that the Domocrats are deprived of de batable ground There is nothing upon which the Democracy can go before the people with any hope of making an impression and the old Tariff issue is being brought out and furbished in the hope that it can be made to do duty again The Kan sas Democrats in State convention gave an idea of probable party poli cy in the nation when the chairman in addressing the convention said We are in favor of the oldfashion ed doctrine as enunciated by Samuel J Tilden and reenunciated by Grover Cleveland of the Tariff for revenue only That may be taken as an indication that the Kansas Democrats in groping about for some policy to seize upon have at last struck upon the Tariff question upon which the people have already so forcibly expressed themselves Tariff for revenue only is a Democratic mariner of expressing Free Trade There may be some mem bers of the party enthusiastic enough to hope that the party can win upon the Tariff issue There are others of experience in several campaigns who will be less optimistic The RepubliAms are ready to make a campaign upon party achiev ments and policies in line with Re publican principles The success of the past can be duplicated and even exceededElmira Advertiser Plot to Kill the President Portland Ore During the tri al of six Poles charged with assault and battery upon Walter Sealazkiwicz in municipal court today Sealazakiwicz testified that about a month ago a plot was laid here and an attempt made to rise funds to send a member of the anarchist organization to Washington to assassinate President Roosevelt but he stated the plan fell through 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 n A HandsomeCatalogand Illustra ted Journal Free The Bowling Green Business Uni varsity will mail free to those requesting it a handsome Catalog and Illustrated College Journal Write postal card or letter stating desired I Address the Bowling Green Business I University Bowling Green Ky FareI res litI waiter reported the uncomplimentary requests to the proprietor whereupon the latter approached the cus tomer and informed him that he did not serve flyspecks Then was the reply I would suggest that you take them off the bill of fare Operators Wanted Write now for our Telegraphy Catalog Graduates secure posi tions Address the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green IKy Fort Leavenworth Kansas This Post is second in size in the United States and has more soldiers than any other Theres a large college here for the students going up for commission and the old Soldiers Home is a nice place to take your girl of a Sunday but the U S M Prison takes the cake There are 582 prisoners here and they are fed like a king They have bread and water for breakfast some time with oat meal and rats in it for fla vor For dinner they have soup made from two blackeyed peas and an irish potato Prunes for supper and they expect them to turn off as much work as a laboring man en the toIto a guard unless they need some t thing If they are caught doing so they get pulled away from the table and stood up facing the wall It is a very common thing for one of the guard to get from 10 days to 3 months behind the wall for allow ing one of them to ask another for a chew of tobacco They are allowed one 10cent plug of tobacco every Sunday Can write a letter once a month Disappointed JackSo Katherine decided to withdraw from the field of litera tureHelenYes indeed After she found out the muchtalkedof liter ary style had nothing to do with gowns or hats she was disgusted Home Coming in Ohio Couty Frlilaya Central City Republican j- Our neighbors across the river are having a grand old time today and tomorrow a street fair and aHome Coming for all excounty men and women in Hartford The Republican sends greetings and wishes for a good old time hand shaking when neighbor meets neighbor talks of the times gone by The good people of Hartford know how to do T The UptoDate = I TONSORIAL SHOP 1 41 o 0 u 0 = =i The Old Reliable Stand Two = IflDoorsAbove the if V 6 J New Commercial Hotel E 14On Center Street = 1I 4 = John W TaylorProprietor = 6s 0 = Easy Shaves fashionable Hair Cuts und Sham 4 Baths at all hours both tub and Show bpi itIflIfl and outfit Suits cleaned and bb itIfl4 pressed JOe Punts pressed 20c Coats pressed bI 25c Give us a cult it 6 O x aeve TR THE Summer Term o Of The Hartford Business Institute OPENED MAY 28 We are prepared to give you thorough training in Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping in all its forms practical everyday Laws of Business Business Methods and Customs Rapid Calculation Commer cial Arithmetic Business Correspondence Penman typewriting properly classified Write us for terms at once and enter schoolnow und increase your moneyearning capacity from twenty or twentyfive to fifty or seventyfive dollars per month Never put on till tomorrow what should be done today Please give this matter your earnest attention at once PrincipaliKK KKN CttKKKKK things can welcome the coming speed the parting guest as graci ously as the next one Heres greet ing neighbors and may you never want for corn to make a pone nor the dollar for a rainy dayIKentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for ofIare 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 Columbia August 214 days Shepherdsville August 214 days Lawrenceburg August 214 days Springfield August 154 days Brodhead 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 Paris Sept 45 days Bardstown Sept 54 days Monticello Sept 114 days Glasgow Sept 124 days Henderson Sept 255 days Falmouth Sept 264days Pembroke Sept 273 days Owensboro October 25 days Mayfiled October 34 days Ca0TO XL9TUHL Iun the lte Kind You Han Usnp BovrJz- H1 satan 11 of The Most Important- The newspaper reading public nowadays looks for something more than mere news in its journals The purchase and sale of commo dities are among the most import ant events of every day life There fore the wise merchant tells the Now is the Time Now when this weather just makes one dream of the cool and delightful retreats of the Adiron dacksOf the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence The thousand lakes and streams of Michigan Canada and the north west fishingII swing the line out over the deep poolsOr paddle through quiet waters withonly the music of the forest or the ripple of the water to break the deep quiet of the solitude Now is the time to consult your nearest Big Four Agent as to routes rates and information regarding your vacation trip Four cents in stamps will bring 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 public what he wants to sell and there is no better way to convey this advertisingTocome by cable telegraph or over the dL important Secure a Good Position- A commendable feature of the Bowling Green University Bowling givesitscal education but also secures for them pleasant and profit able employment upon grad contemplating should waste for catalog and full particulars Address the Bowling I GreenKySubscribe for TilE REPUBLICAN r 1 IT HARGIS THE SLOGAN Hays Chosen Campaign Issue k That is a Live One Gubernatorial Candidate Will Use Breathitt Rule or Ruin Policy and go After Machine Lexington Ky June 2GAttorn oy General N B Hays will have the most effective campaign thunder ever used in this State when he be gins his canvass for the Democratic I nomination for Governor if the in formation given out here can be re Mied upon It is said that General Hays in tends to make the Breathitt county assassinations an issue of his cam paign and in this way take tho present party leaders to task for the manner in which thy have allowed James Hargis one of the spokesmen of the party to use his alleged rule or ruin policy in the mountains While tho claim is not made that Governor Beckham really knew that the Hargises and Callahan were behind all the dastardly crimes com mitted in that section it is argued thrt they were so thoroughly exposed to suspicion by the press of the State during the first trial of Jett and White that it was the duty of the Governor to take a stand and compel the laws of the State to be rigidly enforced instead of permit A ting his name to be dragged into the trials and having it sent broadcast over the State and nation that James Hargis was the real power in Frankfort as well as in Jackson and Breathitt county- It is said that efforts are being made to get Charles J Bronston oj this city who assisted in the trials of the Marcunvllargis damage suit at Winchester and who later prosecut ed Hargis in this for the murder of James Cockrell totke the stump and tell what he knows of the Breathitt county crimes Should Mr Bronston be prevailed upon to stump the State in the inter est of General Hays it is under stood that he will make the most forceful campaign ever made in the commonwealth Bowaro of Ointments for Ca tarrh ThatContalns Morcury as mercnry will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely dc ysgsurfaces enter Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputa ble as 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 in ternally acting directly 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 FJ Cheney Co Testimonals free Sold by all druggists Price 7Gc per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Spreading Family Sixtytwo years ago a man named Jones moved from Kentucky to Dado county Missouri taking with him his family of ten children At a reunion recently held at Everto 1019 of his descendants were pres Mrent and there are a few who were unable to attend Almost all his descendants have married and settled in the seme neighborhood in south western Missouri The sincerest tribute that can be paid superiority is imitation The many Imitations of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve tha are now beforet the public prove it is the best Ask for DoWitts Good for burns scalds chaffed skin eczema tetter cuts bruises boils and piles Highly recommended and reliable Sold by Z Wayne Grillih Bro m The Mule in Politics- It is pleasant to turn from the ex sa perience of William Jennings Bryan whose violent unseating from a for eign donkey was thought significant to a chaste bucolic of Georgia Hoke Smith candidate for Governor was on his way from Gainsville to Clove land traveling in a private conveyance Some distance off he saw a mean mule suddenly plant Ibis forefeet in the ground and pitch a farmer from his back The mule galloped off the farmer rose and followedand the peoples candidate 4joined in the pursuit The mule cornered and Mr Smith READ AND YOU WILL LEARN That the lending medical writers and teachers of all the several schools ol prncttcn endorse and recommend In the Uronzest terms possible each and every Ingredient entering Into tho cornpoaltloi UlscoveryrorcomplainttorpidulTnctfon find all cnturr Inl diseases ol whatever IVROM nnmo or nature It li also a speclll remedy for nil such chronic or long standing casts of catarrhal utTce dons and their resultants as bronchial consulDltlolIr t couJlhshiltespecially efllcaclous In producing per CherrybarkGoldenMandrake root and Queens root nil oi which are oo as remedies for all the above mentioned affections by such eminent medical wrltora and teachers as rrof liartholow of Jefferson Med Col Inge Prof Hare or the Unly of lsProf Flnloy Elllngwood M i of lien ntt College Chicago Prof John King M U late of Cincinnati Prof John M Scudder M D lato of Clncln natl Prof Jolwn M nail M D of Hihncmann Med College Chicago and scores of others equally eminent In their several schools of practice The Golden Is the throughdruJIglstlmen proJu lonnl Inilonrtmpntworth morn any number of ordinary testimonials OlIn publicity of Its formula on the bottle wrapper Is best possible of its merits A glance at GoldenMedicalous or harmful agents and no alcohol glycerinebeingunobjectionable and besides Is a most useful Ingrtxllent In tho euro of all stomach as well as bronchial throat and lung affections There Is tho highest medical authority for It use In cases Discovery Is a concentrated glyc trio 0 native medicinal toots and Is safe and reliable A booklet of extracts from eminent Inltredlfnt Dr It V lIcrce lJuaaloN Y approached and fearlessly took the halter in his hand The Gainsville Eagle adds Mr Smith was just leaving in his carriage but the farmer insisted upon knowing the name of the man who had helped him with the mule Upon learning that it was Hoke Smith he seemed doubly delighted If Mr Bryan decides to venture once more upon the frisky beast it will be satisfac tion to know that the strong hand or a practised muleteer is nigh For the Nebraskan has already picked three of the mean kindNow York Post SLEEPING WOMAN Walks Out of Second Story Window at Rumsey Kentucky Central City Ky June 23A peculiar accident which it is feared will result in the death of Mrs Katie Yontz Bowman the wife of Mr Bert Bowman A well known citizen of this city happened on Thursday Accompanied by her husband she had attended the funeral of her sis crinlaw Mrs Alec Lowe and after the funeral spent the night at the residence of Mr Collos Bowman- at Rumsey Ky In the early hours of the morning while asleep she walked out of the window on the second floor falling a distance of eighteen feet She remained un conscious for twentyfour hours her arm was broken sholder sprained and the constant expecterating of blood causes the attending physician- to believe there are internal injuries- It will be impossible to bring her to her home in this city for some time Mrs Bowman is one of the best known ladies of Central City the youngest daughter of the late James Yontz and her friends of the entire country are much alarmed over her condition e 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 eat and gives that tired stomach a needed rest but it is cor rective of the greates efliciency todol relieves indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of the heart flatulence and sour stomach Kodol will make your stomach young and healt 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 KodolI will take the worry 1 out of your stomach Sold by Z Wayne Griffin I i Bro Enter Business College And secure a position Write for catalog now Address the Bowling Green University Bowling Green Ky b O4S1wOaXABears the lea Kind You Hats Always mm Bljnitnro lIIer a LINCOLN CABIN To be Stored in Louisville Until it is Returned to Hodg ensville The Lincoln Farm Association re quested the Lincoln Cabin Commit tee of the Louisville Home Corning to provide a safe place in Louisville in which to store the Lincoln cabin until it could be brought back to La Rue county and placed in the sub stantial building that will finally be erected on the farm for its preser vation says the LaRue county Her ald The committee replied that the cabin could be stored in the base ment of the shelterhouse in Central Park in Louisville until next November by which time it is thought that the permanent home of the cab in on the Lincoln farm will have been completed- In order to preserve the cabin from relic hunters while it was on exhibition in Louisville it was sur rounded by a wire fence five feet high and placed ten feet from the cabin at the same time being guard ed by watchmen in the employ of the Board of Park Commissioners To rid themselves of this responsi bility the Board will at once store the cabin and it will not be seen by the hundreds of people who have been visiting the park to such an ex tent that the bluegrass around the cabin has been badly trampled down The hundredth anniversary of Lincolns birthday will be celebrated in February 190D at which time or in the following summer it is proposed to have a great national cele bration at the Lincoln Park when it is expected that the President and other notable men of the country will participate in the festivities On account of the inclemency of the weather at that time of the year it is more than probable that those in charge of this celebration will postpone the affair until in the summer following the hundredth anniversary of Lincolns birth- Outwits the Surgoon A complication of female troubles with catarr of the stomach and bowels had reduced Mrs Thos S Austin of Levenworth Indt to such- a deplorable condition that her doc tor advised an operation but her husband fearing fatal results post poned 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 drug store Try it PaulJones Chicago Tribune It is unfortunate that the identi fication of the body of Paul Jones which has been transported recently to Annapolis does not depend in any way upon the latest life of Paul Jones Mrs Reginald De Koven thelNewnew material used by the late Au Jonesiwasand that what has passed as thenuI thorative and final life of Jones is really an ingenious romance published as a serious history HeingI not entitled to credit as a romance but rather to condemnation as a bold forgery according to Mrs De KovenDetailed and circumstantial state ments are given to prove that Mr Buell invented committees of Con gress and reports their fictitious deliberations invented letters from Washington Franklin and Jones himself altered to suit himself the genuine letters of Jones quoted introduced false extracts from the ex isting diaries of Jones Gouverneor Morris the Duchess of Orleans and other wellknown persons and quot ed freely from diaries letters and books which never were written The separate forgcrers are made to We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition f And yet in the matter of restor neWii 4oggrriurStreet all tlNewYah p r u dovetail together so that a fale statement in one place is corroborated by another false statement in an other A laborous ingenuity is dis played which would have been cred Stable in more legitimate field Mrs Dc Raven began looking up Buells authorities merely in order to go u little further than he into some of the interesting details and she was astonished to find that the new ma terial was entirely fictitious- It is not a pleasant thing to make charges against the entegrity and a man after his death and it is certain that Mrs De Koven would not have done so without full knowledge of subject The importance of the dis covery makes it desirable to give it the fullest publicity The writer of a professed romance is at liberty- to use his power of invention to make his tale more interesting so long as he does not violate the pro babilties or present real characters in a false light But it appears that even if this life of Paul Jones had been published as fiction some objection might have been taken to the authors treatment of one incident in Jones careerthe sudden death of a sailor whom Jones had punished but for whose death he was in no way responsible Buell invents a letter in which Jones purport to give an account of the affair totally at variance with the truth and not so creditable aA Texas Wondor Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 90 pounds has grown to over 180 He says 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 Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight andam completely cured Only sure Cough and Cold cure Guran teed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Indian and the Telephone There is consternation in the cen tral office of the telephone company- at Holdenville because of the fact that a full blood Creek Indian who cannot speak English has become a patron John Goata full blood member of the Creek council who lives in the woods six miles south of Hold enville has begun to adopt the ad vanced ideas of the white man by having a private telephone line run out from that town too his home Goat is probably the only full blood in the Creek nation who has- a telephone and he has discovered that it is of little use to him When he calls up he cannot byany contrac tion of face or signs of the body make central understand what number he wants Once in a while when he does succeed in getting a number he can find no one at the other end of the wire who can talk to him he says As one of his Indian friends expresses it the telephone- can talk Creek only at one end and the other end persists in speaking English If other full bloods fellow the example of John Goat it will be necessary for the telephone company to maIntain an interpreter in every exchange You cannot induce a lower anima- to eat heartily when not feeling veil A sick dog starves himself and gets well The stomach once overworked must have rest the same as your feet or eyes You dont have to starve to rest your stomach Kodol for Dyspepsia takes up the work for your stomach dN gents what you eat and gives it a ret Puts it back in condition again foil cant feel good with a disordered stomach Try Kodol Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m What Machinery Has Done One man has done today the work of fifty hand loom weavers One man in pottery does 1000 potters work One man and two boys do the work of 1100 hand spinners One man running a horse machine does the work of COO blacksmiths One man at u nailmaking machine doS the work of 1100 oldtime nail makers A hacking cough is most annoying One Minute Cough Cure draws the inflammation out of the throat chest and Itfhgs Sold by Z Wayne Griffin t Bror m p re lsj RNlt AcpclablePmponfarAs similating aaddI3owc1sor ling the StOlIlllths Promotes Digestion Cheerful ness and RestConlauis neither Morphine norMncral I Nor NARCOTIC wir aatasuat AUUbJUl eorI f forConsUpanon Worms Convulsions feverish ness and LOSSOF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK EXACT COPy Of WRAPBER J ht of THE r I and 200 THE and JJi THE and St Louis tTB THE and Home and Farm L2E THE and and 326 THE and tjif THE and 376 THE and L75 THE and Ltt8 all to RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN in J STOP AT f I The Home for Ohio 11 Clean Polite S W J Streets CApne ludlJIrx ltCojIcrfmlc rwt a 3TUVENM I IUFIKS PISTOLS SHOTGUNS lies Tcletupe J 1r- qisb onulatxlw a- 1tc Sh ire Aomnfa BuutifJ thrccotor Ahnifonn ll rtr will tefcn l IL It I tnw iaun6 J STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO roCu 44 ClIICOFKB ratIUatUA for CAN per in S j CASTORIA For Infants and Children Kind Have l Asway Bears tIf 1 + Signature In- Use For Thirty Years CASTORIAtwOCNTusttoptnesryatiefrt OUR CLUBBING RATESF REPUBLICAN and Louisville HeraldLTH- EREPUBLICAN Daily Herald REPUBLICAN CourierJournal REPUBLICAN 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Zlvr = 2 t FRIDAY JUNE 29- ANNOUNCEMENTSt We are nutbortifd t announce S A ANUKIl SON of We t Hnrtfonl Precinct A cnuilldnte for IlfprwentatlTe In the tlencrnl AMtmblj l- 1thtthenthddetrlctsubject ra to the action ol the Republican petty We are authorized to announce CIAUKXCE CVEK3I til Shreve Precinct a candidate lor- 1Itproentath In tbe General Amembly from this theethdletrlcteubjeet to the action of the republican party Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct notify us HAS the Fairbanks Presidential boom gone astray THERE are no flies on Hartford That is of the proverbial kind THE Czar is learninJrwhat it feel like to have a Congress on his hands NOBODY now seems to take an note of how San Francisco is Retting along SECRETARY SHAWS boom has bee setting a lot of unusual advertising of late JIM HARGIS is still a member of the Democratic State Central Committee APPARENTLY the nomination ill coming to Mr Bryan without the expenditure of a cent for campaign cigars Io IT seems about as difficult to get the Panama Canal through Congress as through the Isthmus hocTHE Statesman who not now had a quarrel with the President i feeling rather lonesomeI GOVERNOR BECKHAM not content with fastening the lid on poor sweltering Louisville is heapin- Bye coals on itITHOUGH thrown down and almost out Dowie can yet congratulate himself that he was never a United States Senator THE beef trust men all claim to be innocent but no one of them has yetr offered to make a public exhibition tjf eating out of a can IF the crowned heads are goin to take to the automobile it is n use for the bomb throwers to trouI ble themselves any more about them SOME Democrats are afraid Col Watterson only got on the fronts seat of the Bryan band wagon i order that he might monkey wit the steering gearlIT is announced that Congressman Ollie James will try to butt th J State Machine bull off the bridge Ollie will be a sadder if not wise- boy after Nov 6thtNow let the courts say whether one citizen who happens to live in Spencer county shall have as much voice in legislation as eight who happen S to live in Ohio county E CONTRARY to expectations Mrs Longworth has not done anything yet to shock London society From the way London people talked some of them expected her to eat pie with a knife A WASHINGTON dispatch says the President has given orders for dirt to fly on the Panama Canal The same order has been given on the in Madisonville Hartford and Eastern Railroad WILL some of our Democratic friends explain why it is that JimIHargis is out on bond enjoying freedom while poor Caleb must languish in jail for six yearaJ during three mistrials FOR decency sake hope the report which comes from Washing ton is not true that the Yerkes 8 i combine had decided on the success sor to District Attorney Hill two months before the poor fellow died obeyedtcutting the welds in front of their property and others ignored it this variation you can easily pointJ out those of our citizens who have i v some pride about the looks of the1 streets and have a care for the health of their families and lIeighborsI COL WATTERSON is to speak at Madison Square garden New York upon the return of Mr Bryan o behalf of the South Better ban Urey Woodson or some other old I time friend of the Boy Orator read that speech a few days in ad vance and then be sure that Mr Watterson delivers the same speech It might save embarrassment TilE reappointment of L E Petty as Postmaster at Shelbyville not only rewards a faithful honest public servant but gives a rap to the ErnstYerkes Republican distribut ers of Kentucky Federal pie The more the Post office Department ignores these men who are seeking to punish all who do not ask the what to think the more respectable it will be in the State- HARTFORDS NEWSPAPERS We have heard it said many times in recent years that the daily papers of the great cities were supplanting theIsthem into the country quickly Soy far as our own county concerned if there existed no other evidence our Street Fair last week would utterly disprove this theory Then only advertisement was through th two local papers Not a bill vv printed nor a letter written you were here you saw the crowd- and can appreciate as never before Ihow completely these two papers cover the county in their circulation Measured as the merchant values and measures his goods these twoJ papers each gave at least 200 of space to the Street Fair and at the same time gave lasting and valuable advertisement to the mer chants and others who gave premiums We do not write this to boast of what we did for we only did our duty by an enterprise which we- s thought worthy of the united sup IifruitWhat we desire to impress upon agcounty and that it is not only most profitable to give us your sup port but that it is a public duty as well Do not be lured away to the city for a little printing because it may be a few cents cheaper It may be cheaper to you in the long to have it done here When the city paper gets into the hands of the average countryman- he skims it When his county pa falno every cluding the city and county directo ry railroad time table the various advertisements and he usually by what it says Secretariesh 1906Dto all local and sec EnbyeG a list of delegates chosen for sormay as nearly as possible complete the roll of members for that meeting and you will greatly oblige S B ROBERTSON Secretary Kentucky State Union A of E All papers friendly to the A S of please copyLRENDERSJno S Spence was in Central City last Wednesday- J H Brqwn of Central City was here last Thursday Edgar Calvert of Centertown- was here last FridayTProf and Mrs V M Moseley left last Saturday for a few weeks visit Breckenridge and Hancock coun tiesMrs B C Dowell went to Owens boro last Saturday LouisIisville F Render spent the day in Liver and Kidneys I It Is rlWhenside and back what yellowneas of the skin what constipation bad taste In the mouth wick headache pimples and blotches aud meloss of courage tell the story The great alterative and to- nicHoodsSarsaparilla ives these organs vigor and tone for the I performance of their functions and cures All their ordinary ailments Take It My Hair AwayeDont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you Then what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home I Fasten it tightly to your scalp I You can casilydo it with Ayers Hair Vigor It is something more than a simple hair dressing It is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food testimonialtXtd b J C Ajtr Co Lowell Kum ormRSAPARILUlJe Owensboro lost Sunday Mrs H B Innes and daughter Miss Gladys returned yesterday twogThere is much sickness in this loj cality at this writing several bad cases of the flux Mr and Mrs Jas Martin are vis IIIeScott Smith is visiting in Ev fansville hassInd l been attending school in Nashville Tenn for the past 14 months is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Edward Jones Simon Stephens has returned from Nashville Tenn after an absence of several days Mrs L Francis is visiting in Muhlenburg county Splendid two For SaleIseven rooms new on Union Street Hartford situated- on I lot J acre All out buildings and water Price 20000801 half balance on easy payments 11Plasterers Beaver Dam Plaining Mill Co NO 5792 Report of the Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAl BANK Of Hartford at Hartford in the State of Kentucky at the close ofBusiness June 181906 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 8071449 I Overdrafts secured and NoneUculation 2500000 ebts in Suit 96575 Banking house furniture and fixtures 1GS700 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 1028869 Due from State Banks and Bankers 31810 Due from approved re serve agents 505171 Checks other cash items 3432 Notes of other National Banks 62500 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 1064 MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz 625760 i tender 730760 notes 105000 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 125000 13489330 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 2500000 Surplus fund 1000000 Undivided profits less ex penses and taxes paid 292501 National Bank notes out standing 2500000 Due to State Banks and Bankers 6300 Individual deposits subject to check 2989898 Time certificates of deposit 4200631 Total 13489330 State of i ssCountyI J C Riley Cashier of the above bank do solemnly swear that above statement is true to the of my knowledge and belief J C RILEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before this the 27th day of June1906 Y L MOSELEY Notary Publi My commmission us Notary Public expires January 18 1908 Correct Attest- G B LIKENS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN Directors- J P STEVENS NOW FOR CUT PRICES Wo have now readied tho season of tho yens when we always cut the prices on our Spring null Sumner Clothing We have no excuse to oiler Wo simply want to convert the balance of this seasons stock into CASH to got ready for full and winter goods anti our low prices will certainly move our entire stock out of the house and into the possession of tho patrons Wo dont want this to appear sensational read like a fake We want it to impress sensible people as a truthful statement ti plain business proposition which it is On Juno 22 and 23 wo make a straight and actual markdown without a previous mark up Wo do it because its good business to do it and then cut prices oiler you tho best kind of business I reasons for buying These remarkably low prices arc strictly for CASH and good for June 22 and 23 only Department A GoodsIScotcht3JcentsLot 10119 pieces of Lawns and Bateste All new goods Regular price lOc to 121c Sale price9c Lot No 102Consists of about 60 pieces of Mulls Cotton Voils Linen Voils Lawns and Organdies This is a lot carried over from last season Regular prices 15c to 60c Sale price for anything in this lot lOcLot No 1034000 yards heavy Factory Cotton 1 yard wide Worth Sic Sale price 5i c- Lot No 1041000 yards of Linen Crashcomes in lengths Jyd to IJyds Regular price lOc Sale price 4c Lot No 105Consist of a lot of Val Laces Regular price 3c Sale I price Ic Lot No 7001Salei Department C Notions and Silks Lot No 11010 dozen Laities Vests Regular price lOc Sale j buy I inch Wash Silks for only loc yard in Black White Rose Blue Green v Worth 125 Our price One Vests lOc for only Big lot Table Oil Cloth only 15c price 7c Lot No 11120 dozen Ladies and Misses Hose Regular price loc Sale price 7c Lot No 11220 dozen Mens one half Hose Regular price 10 Sale price 7c Lot No 11320 dozen Mens one half Hose Regular price 20c to 25c Sale price 13c andI151 Sale price 7c Lot No 11510 dozen Mensjjnd Boys Suspenders Regular price I 25o Sale price 19c Lot No 11615 dozen Ladies and Mens Handkerchiefs regular price Sale price 19c Lot No 117200 yards Taffeta Silks and changeable 1 wide The 1 kind Sale price89c j I Department D Mens and Boys Clothing and Hats i Lot No 11825 Suits Knee Pants Regular price 1 Sale price No 119200 Mens and Boys Suits Regular price 2 to 15 tIeIprice onefourth otToILot No 12075 and this and Old and 100 black yard Boys four inch Black Extra fine For only in Black Green Blue and Red 75c for only 50c Two Linen for Shirt Waist Suits inches wide dull finish and finish for only per yard Straw Hats 1905 style Regular price 50c to SUiO Sale price 9c Department B Lot No 107100 pairs Mens La dies and Misses Oxford Tics and Southern Ties Regular price 125 to 150 Sale price Lot No 108 Mens Ladies and Misses Oxfords Regular price lfi to 2 25 Sale price 119 Lot No 10950 pairs Mens and Boys Plow Shoes Regular prices 135 Sale price 10- 0Department E Groceries and Furniture Lot No 12120 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar 100 7 bars Big Deal 25c 7 bars Lenox Soap 8 bars Swlfs Pride 25c Three 5c cans Baking Powders lOc Two lOc Baking Powders 15c 3 cans good Corn 20c 2 pound best Soda 5c Best 18c Coffee 15c Bargains all over our without regard to Come and see and prove to yourself that our figures are facts Ihis is nota lot of seconds discarded styles bought at a price for special sale I but the remains of all our spring purchase We and offer dependable merchandise newest possible styles I Dont Miss this Sale Be on Hand TERMS STRICTLY CASH Believe us to be truly your friends CARSON COMPANYINCORPORATED Heuttcirc1 hcrittlclcv I LONGQCOSECONOMY Will Always Show You the Newest and Best Values for the oneyiThirtysix White per Yardwide Taflettu lot Ladies values 5c 47inches widefor 25c 69cLot nn Forty Mohair 100- Fiftyiuch Mohair Brown values pieces Suiting ninety also mercerized 100 t 9Sc Soap 25c cans stores departments n n n- f n Thirty six inch poplar cloth all colurtsiuakes beau tifulskirts for only 25e 10inch Persian Lawn 50c quality for only 35c per yard stColorlonlylOc r I Ladies 20c values for only lOc These are only a few of the many bargains we can give you You certainly LONG COMPANYS 4- EooaOn1Y Store1IAR1FOrxU I ENTUCKY ylIi-i a n t tt Jr t b F1 tt t J t JJ GIr 17 1 1 J t J j Fairs Basement 1 u To make tho soculled dull mouths busy ones at our store vw aro going to oiler some big induciintiits economical buyers in our basement Head forf every article and you will readily see that vo aro ing for lOe what usually costs you 25u t t JPECIALSEnamel A 4qt guaranteed enameled lipped saucepan full size w o coats of beautiful gray mottling on heavy steel basea 25 cent ar lOeonly Gray Enamel Wash Bowls A self evident bargain 0 n e that you can not 1 overt ChinawareSomething essary in every household Fine decorated plates Salad Bowls Cups and Sau cersDesert Dish es Cake Plates Meat Dishes lowiOCprice 6qt extra deep t Pudding Pant Made of good quality tinGoods that sell everywhere for lOc t I i 5eprkeonly Basement Sundries 25u Buggy Whips lOc 75ft wirejClothesline lOc Iron Ice Hooks lOc 25c Granite Dippers lOc Steel Fry Pans lOc I8 inittpannedtvaiturslOc 12ox Glass Tumblers lOc Cab Picture Frames lOc Iron Bread Puns lOc Tin Tea hettloslOcC- omb andBrushTrayslOc Flour SifterslOcM- ulliu Pan lOc Chair Bottoms lOc i 501t Spring Scales lOc Big Size Whisk I Brooms lOc Feather Dusters lOc Comb and BrushesI lOc only found The FRIDAY JUNE 29 Illinois Contral Rail Table North H IIIM Konlli Hnnnil NoJt2do04Onm Nolildnalltlem- No UdnUt0m So 101 dno 24 pm I I I Not02dn S4Sim So 1st dorM IIII A new line of silver ware at Master Glenn Barnes is quite Ill of flux The corsets underwear found at Fireworks for the Fourth in Fairs basement City Restaurant handles the Coca Cola Paper Napkins in Fairs basement for the Fourth Cheese Sausage Crackers I City Restaurant t A look at Fairs new belts and neckwear means a sale Fruits and Candies course you get them at City Restaurant Miss Una Waggoner Daxtpn Ky is the guest of Miss Isabelle Mauzy My myI those Fish and Steak Meals City Rastaurant Aint they good The most uptd late Soda Foun thin in town is at Z Wayne Griffins Drug l The cheapest and best shirts in Hartford areat Long Cos Econo my lrJitlj I SPECIALS f Tinware r nqt high shape covered bucket made of good quality tin full size patent bot tom with black j enameled han die Actuall val ue25c OurOC price r Pudding Pan A en E amel pudding on j a heavy steel base extra deep with wide flaring sides A good staple fast sell E ing worth 25c four special Oe IOur tfirecon sls Stands Pitchers Bowls Dishes SaladI etc Great worth cents E 1Oconly t 6qt plain lip ped preserving kettle Made of good quality tin with a good sub stantial wire handle firmly riv ited in ears A fo- rlOeonly V 1AII these lire in our Basement It will pay you to trade AT f Bargain Center 32 E trtti7oeHartford Republican roadTime Fairs and are Fairs genuine and at of at Store Store E5 ColC Mi Barnett went to Louis ville WednesdayI Oh my Do try City Restaurants Ice Cream and Sherbet So good ICall at Z Wayne Griffins Drug for all kinds of cool drinksI Negligee shirtsare the talk lOur town CARSON Co You will like our prices as well as you like our clothing CARsoN Co You get the best value in Lace Curtains at Long Cos Economy Store Ice Cream Sherbet and Cakes at City Restaurant Cold drinks of all kinds You wont hesitate where to buy I if you come in to lookCARSON Co Mr William Lyons of Haynes ville has moved with his family to I Hartford Get your meals and lunches at the City Reastaurant Most uptodate place in Hartford New Ribbons for arm bands all colors for only 7c at Long Cos Economy Store IThe Biggest towel ever shown in Hartford for only 25c is at Long Cos Economy Store I Come to Carson Co for all kinds of farming implements also buggies and wagons By agreement the merchants of Hartford will close their business houses on the 4th of July Our 25c Spring Neckwear is as handsome as the 60c kind most stores sell CARSON Co v Attractive values in our Clothing department SAM BACH Mr Azro Rowan of Nocreek was a pleasant caller Wednesday For fine Swisses and Persian Mull or India Linens come to fairs Miss BessieTrisler Marion Ky is the guest of Miss Mary Bennett Capable Hatable Wearable to suit you in a hat or cap SAM BACH Selling good Shoes at small prices call on us and try a pairSAM BACH If you aro in need of Furniture Stoves or Carpets come to Co Moore Crabtree the meat men handle Salt Coal Oil and pure Apple Vinegar 50t2 Mrs Alvin Rowe of Centertown was the guest of Mrs C E Smith the first of the week State President A S of E David Moreland Nocreek called to see us while in town Monday See our line of table Linens both plain and figure Big value atLong Cps Economy Store Say Did you try Cold Drinks at Saunders grocery I should say so I never drink any where else See the prettiest Gray Suits ware showing at from 750 to 15 a- Long t Cos Economy Store Mrs Rev J A Bennett of the Nocreek neighborhood has been quite ill for the past few days Rev Morefield of Milwood will preaah at the C P church here next Sunday at 11 oclock a m Mr and Mrs A C Taylor Cen tral City were the guests of relatives in Hartford Saturday and Sun day Mr L P Loney Owensboro was the guest of relatives and friends i and near Hartford Curing the Street FairJust think of it Saunders sell 18lti of standard granulated suga for 100 and you get a ticket worth five cents Dr Z H Shults and wife Pleas ant Ridge were the guests of Mr and Mrs J P Sandefur Saturday and Sunday 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 Mrs Dr J S Smith of McHenry and Mr and Mrs John Torrence of Monmouth III were the guests of Mr and Mrs R T Ross of Hart ford last Saturday Mr and Mrs M L Heavrin returned from Owensboro Tuesday where they had been called on ac Fount of the fatal illness of Mrs Heavrins father Dr L T Cox Messrs J H Grogg and E M Gilkinson Parkersburg West Virginia Mr W U Grider Bowling Green Ky and Dr A D James Penrod Ky were in Hartford last Saturday looking after the interest t of the Green River Mining Company of which they are members Mr and Mrs G G Sevrin an parentslMr reIturnedSevrin and son will remain the guests of relatives several days Young men with small sal ary can buy a lot in Hartford Saturday July 7that the big lot salefof the Hartford Land it Improvement Co One fourth cash balance on time Sale to begin at 930 a m At a meeting of the Hartford School Board Monday night June 18th Miss Lillian Monroe was eJect- ed to fill the vacancy in the faculty caused by the resignation of Mist Mary Bennet At the meeting last Monday night Miss Lena Miller was elected as teacher in the prima department which completes the faulty for the yea- rSixtyfour lots centrally lo mted in Hartfort within two squares of the Court House will be sold Saturday July 7th Then will be the time to buy you a lot in town on easy payments Sales to begin at 930 uIn Get the special prices we are mak ing on clothing Long Cos Econo my Store Mrs Robert Hunter and daughters Miss Ethel Smallhous were pleasant callers Tuesday Mr W T Woodward returned last Friday from an extended stay at San Angello Texas Once a customer always a customer is the City Restaurants motto We treat you white Mr and Mrs Wayne Midkiff Jingo are the guests of Jailer Oscar MidkiflT and family andncheapest 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 Another shipment of German ValI Laces and insertions matched setsI at Long Cos Economy Store Many a boy has been hung on a nail because he had on a pair of our tough trousers CARSON CoI Nobby Hats for men at small priI ces and you can find just the Hat you are looking for here SArI BACH Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond LalmI dry Peters Shoes are the best for style and wear Many different styles are shown at Long Cos Economy Store Coca Cola Lime Juice Orange Ice and any other cold drink you may like made to order at Z Wayne Grlffin sIYour Hosiery will be on display when you wear your lowcut shoes The new patterns in Hosiery areI ConMr H D Lea Slocan British Columbia formerly a citizen of theI firstrDont forget that Sanders will give you a better dinner than any othjr place in town and it only cost you 15cts At Saunders grocery Moore Crabtree the meat men have added to their stock a splendid lineoffirstc1ass Family Groceries Call on them when you need any thing in that line 50t2 Messrs A T Dockery and J W Mauzey and Miss Nellie Johnson of Morgantown Miss Belle Sowders of Beaver Dam were among the many visitors at the Street Fair Saturday Mr Jas P Rogers has presented us with a Mammoth Radish It measures 12J inches in diameter and 14 inches in length He says he raises all kinds of garden truck in proroportion Supt James M DeWeese and mother will leave today for Louis ville where they will attend the graduating exercises of Hospital College of Medicine at McCauleys Theater at which Mr DeWeeses brothers C W and Clarence De Weese ill graduated nsuingIwhite male 4034 white female 235 colored male and 243 colored or a total of 8846 school children This is a gain of 110 over last year Supt DeWeese informs us that this is the first time in five years that the census has shown an increase Roscoe T Whittinghill has bee elected assistant principal of th Owensboro public high school He lives near Fordsville but since hi graduation from the State College two years ago he has been teaching in Tennessee and Mississippi He is a capable strongyoung man flitted in every way for the position to which he has been called and we con gratulate the board of education on their most fortunate selection The available lots within the corporate limits of Hart ford recently purchased from bcRowan Holbrook and othe will be sold Saturday July 7 Beautiful lots centrally lo cated Buy you a lot then and save the advance in price after the railroad is complet ed More than GO lots must be sold on that date Sales to begin at 030 Ill ytit r ooooIAt Underselling Prices have a suit for you No matter how hard iWe to please or how exciting you may be wo you exactly what you want just the style you like best at the price you want to pay It only remains for you to come and pick it out Bear well in mind that we sell the latest style andmost reliable goods Clothing is our mainS tradethe trade that we depend onso we strive hard to satisfy and please our customers by givinga them good goods for the least money We dont 1 claim to sell 10 Suits for 5 but we do claim to sell goods at prices that sure worth every dollar you pay for them We have found out that it does not pay to deceive the people by selling them shod dy goods for small prices for you do not get your moneys worth no matter what price you pay so we now handle Clothing that is made by tho best eastern clothing manufacturers whe make the best clothes only and we sell them at the very lowest prices that we can afford to sell them at ShoesOur Is to sell good Shoes It makes no difference taus what style ofshoe you want wheth er a Low Shoe or a High Shoea Patent Leather or a Plain Loather we have it and eaa give you a choice out of a large and complete stock of Footwear We would be glad to fit you with a pair Proper Headgear for Men J In search ol a Spring Hat Then quit searching See us We have everything that is new and styl 1 ish in Spring Hats We have Straw Rats and Felt 7 Hats crowns that you can posh IB brims that you can pull down Telescopes Fedoras broad Brims 2 Light and Dark Colors for young and old Charges satisfactory Have You SeenOur Shirts We have a large and fashionable stock of Mens Summer Shirts in neat Stripes Figures Checks and Plain Colors price50e to 200 We have the i Cream Color and Negligee Shirts with soft collars attached We have a fine display of 50c Shirts Neck Ties Collars Sox and Underwear in all kinds colors and styles at the right prices See us BACHrvs Fcnrfscr iSAM Ky ALEXANDER June 27Miss Stella Tanner of Owensboro is visiting her sister Mrs Clayton Shown Miss Lula Sandbadi returned to her home in Frieilland Saturday after a with friends in this commun tIChampaibtl1Ill Webblentertainment igrocn by the Misses Mills at their home ofetheirguests Mmes Lula Sondbsch of Friedland and Nellie Marlow of Haynesvillo was very roach enjoyed by those who attended who wene Misses Lula Sandbaeh Nellie Mar- Row Maymec Shown Ethyl Webb MiqeStella Mills Ira Shown Stella Wards and Ira Mills Messrs Carl Ander son Hollon Shown Event Ellis Fred Anderson Sara Ellis WilSe Liles Tolbert Millet tlra5bcnm John Webb Richard Ward CUaenoe Ward and Dr WSCrowe DrISShingle Chapellast Sunday At Work an Railroad As stated in last weeks HETCB LJCAN work on the railroad began Wahavtrscoy subcontractors except our townsi man Steve May whoihas en a clearing job and began Monday just West of Hartford and E H Dischman of Pensacdla Fla who will build the first 20 rail oioutfrcra Madisonville PrOrrllleI01 theAnnual Convention of the rYIbis County Sunday Schools to heW at the Baptist Church Harti t i Cord Ky Monday night and Tuesday July 2nd and 3rd MONDAY EVENING 8pm Lecture Life of + Christ illustrated by stcreopoticore views T C Gebauer Field Worker TUESDAY 1ft a m Nusic- InvocationPev R D Bennett Words of WelcomeDr E W Frrf j Electron of officers and appoint meet of committees The purpose of the Sunday School Rev A B Gardner Special Music I EvangelistieAscencyElder The Outlook in Sunday School WetS H Seibert SeteMi Carrie Lewis Queries conducted by T C Gebau ft StateWorker NSwn Lunch on ground I p mPraise Service Tacherand Teaching Dr S D Tayfer The Principles of Teaching J ae hr Watts of Baptist Mission hard International Work Mrs Harry moic by Quartette Primary Work Miss E nrnvjc parses County and State WorkToC Gebauer State worker Duty of Parents to Sunday School Rev J A Lewis Cbsing Exercises Everyone interested in Sunday attendiemerises are Closed MARY J BENNErr CornSTCLLAG B LIKENS I I IMMENSE SALT PONDSI Water from Great Salt Lake Fur i nishes Material of a Val uable Industry 1 One of tHe remarkable sights of the Greut Salt lake of Utah developed by the progress of sci entitle industry is the system of immense salt making ponds the shore of the lake At Saltair the lake water is pumped into a great settling basin where ti impurities fall to the bottom and containing much iron form a red dish deposit Front this basin the water is drawn off into harvest ing ponds averaging t100 square yards in area andsinches in depth The ponds are kept suppy with water as the evaporation goes on from May to September when the salt harvest begins TI water having disappeared a dazzling layer of salt two or thr inches thick is found covering tt bottom of the ponds and tiiis broken up with plows before being conveyed to the mills where the final crushing and winnowing v rare doneFrom Wheat to Bread A record for converting grain into bread has been established by a Canadian farmer Wheat which was in the sheaf at three oclock in the afternoon was made into scones before six When opera lions began a wagon stood in the barn with about half a load grain in the sheaf Beside it waR- n thresher connected with this was a gasoline engine The en pine was started the sheaves were fed into the thresher and the grain was deposited in a biir The power then was transferred to the cleaner and the work of changing the newlythreshed wheat into flour was quickly car ied through The rest of the task was easy- Valuable Find of Royal Treasure The director of the treasury of Rio de Janeiro while hunting for some lost papers has made an astonishing discovery A box which had not apparently been disturbed for ninny years was found to contain gold silver an1I diamonds to the valve of at least 140000 Among the valuables recovered are the imperial crown and scepter of Brazil valued tit 21000 and the imperial mantle bordered with gold The box in which the treasure was found it believed to have been deposited in the treasury since 1835 Horses CheckedIEvery horse in army is numbered and has a little rec ord kept The number is branded upon the animals hind feet thousands on the near hind foot and the units tests and hundreds on the off hind foot Thus horse whose number is fllI8IiJtwill have an 8 on his left hind fn and X151iii the other one On whi is called his Veterinary History Sheet everything about the hOIsl is entered front time to time Bride from the Dock The police court at Vestinonnt Quebec was tin scene of a charm ill g romance A pretty young Swede was about to he sentenced 10 imprisonment fur theft when Wiliain Jtrown a youthful Calla liiin proposed to her in a loud voice and offered if her SIUllIIIIIwere remitted to marry as goon as a license and a minister could he found The girl left building a happy bride instead a convicted felon Affected by Altitude I Generally speaking races Iii III rat high altitudes Imve weaker mid more highlypitched lvoir than those living in regions whe plciiful I the Indians living on the between tin1 ranges of the ltj b s 1 iJtIJIIOlike women and women like ch ilren and their singing is a she JIUIiOii lie Immunity from Gout Gout is rarely known 11111011 the working classes of Ireland Their immunity from Iliv rom pluint is thought to be dm to till fact Hint their food consists largely of potatoes IIISame Old System Say Hick is this new fad they call rl plluueticepcllinei S its tile kind Jim they used to flog you and me at school for using Baltimore American I BATTLE NOT WON AT ETON Famous Conflict of Waterloo Wns Not Fought Out at School Which Wellington Attended 11DI Miller llnguirv repeats i the Grand Magazine a statement which has often been made that nlIeany time mode the remark larjugthat Wellington himself tenet IIerJ little either of the playing 1 s or the classrooms of Eton It is quite true that he was a brief buedJ was making no progress what atcOilS was t the age of 15 and sent to soothe helAtsa score cers of the British army who wart the dukes contemporaries knew even less about Eton than he did As for the noncommissioned ficcrs who served at Waterloo pall who as ever were the back hope of the British army it nit be assumed that very few among them had much acquaintance with I the Eton playing fields Coming down to quite recent days Lord l Roberts was for a brief space off eight months at Eton which he left when he was 14 years old whereas Lord Wolseley was edu oral entirely at private schools in Dublin In fact Dr Maguire would maintain that if a man who has gone through the ordinary I curriculum of an English publir school does win a name in military annals it is rather in spite of than on account of his early education Nearly all the famous generals in history he points out have been men of wide general attainments and culture Violation of Sanctuary A ranger admitted below tlu1 bar of the British house of lords jbrellaThe umbrella was not to be found afterward and the owner brought action in court to recover It value He was successful and was awarded tire dollars But this was a violation of sanctuary which the lord chancellor would not tolerate Summoning the plaintiff and his attorney to the bar of the house he only refrained from committing them both to prison on their making humble apology and refunding the amount they had gained IcAn Irish Superstition n the tidal parts of Ireland It is considered unlucky to meet ii red hahrd woman on going out i morning especially a Monday morning for then the whole of tin Itconliug week is involved in the ill There is an Irish story of i newly appointed village postman who on starting forth to deliver his first butch of letters had I IIII misfortune to encounter woman with red hair He promptly 1111Ihome with his bag told there Wilt no postal delivery III the township that day c IITIIIIITuesday week nod the mllll next I SIseof1 You lief1RU should have seen all the other oleo turning around to look at her as she I passed Philadelphia Press SomethingII better yonUeporlerIt II116IIIhlI11t writeup you gave hilllI Oll still lie entered the office P U Q railroad when a 110I secil1I itiiie trying to hattr dye Press CostumeI I sur 1vivid of the picturesque in cos j tomes in Europe is to he found in Spain told Portugal countries holY the general lines III travel tend almost outside tl ridge of the conducted tourist parties r I 0 I QUEENS GIFT DID NO GOOD I Childs Reward for Industry Appro priated by Her Heartless RelatleesSThere are many stories told of the queen of Italys act of kind ness to her poor subjects The following however shows that quecuatjesty recently noticed a pleasant quccutconversation and the queen asked the child what she could do in the WilY of needlework 1can knit stockings signora replici the girl Do you know who I amY continued the queen Yes Ilelltand send them to the palace A few days afterward the art I eles arrived and the queen in re turn for the gift sent the child u stockingstcontaining mousy Next day the queen received a letter from hew little friend as follows Sig nora your gift has caused mo many tears I fllther took money my bigbrother took thlI stockingsvs elf I KEEP HOUSE IN A CHURCH Eight Old Lndies Have Strange Res idence in a Town in England The most curious almshouse in Euglandsuysthe Church Eclectic is SL Marys hospital at Chichcs ter There eight old ladies liar actually in the church a flue old building dating from KiSO It was originally a monastery but Queen Elizabeth turned it into an almshouse to endure as long as the almshouse existed TIll old ladies have two neat littl1 rooms each down till sides of the main church with windows looking out on the garden They have each a coal supply a kitchen range water and get- slt a chapel daily services nit held The choir stalls ore beau tifully carved old oak the oiig tool seats that tie monks used HolidaysIthe best time as regards holidays for the education authorities allow four weeks in spring live weeks in summer a fortnight in autumn and a fortnight in winter In most other continental countries practically nil the holidays inc taken in the summer only a very few days being granted New Year told Easter In FraneI the summer vacation lusts from August 1 to October 1 in Austria t from July tit to September lit in I IIIlrccre from August 1 to Septem her HO in Norway from July ft to August Ji and in Turkey from till end of June to the middle of August Meaning of Empire ITere is an eloquent pictu of the empire in a few sentences Tin Ling 1ms in Isis more than Mill 011010 subjects ill America i noilOIIO in Africa about 111000 111111 in list 1lIll1l1la over 5000 IM10 and in Kuropc over llOOO 1101 Classifying them broadly by religious there are lOS0110000 Hindus IIIIKMIOIIO Moliammr dans rS111100110 Christians I 100000 Buddhists and JliotHIOOtl of various pagan or nonChristian religious Baby for FortySix Years The death hues just occurred at 1Peslbnlv workhouse Viltshiiv Kuglund of a 4liyearold baby The child was burn in 11 Yst bury and at the age of 12 months its further development both phy sically fwd mentally was arrest Id Throughout its life it was at tired in babys frock clothes pod Ifc0utiuued to act and play and 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Maw Row Sattttlftlent Kietlvid al This Cilia RENT PAYS FOR LAND Fertile Sections of the Southwest Where Land Sells for 15 ani Rent for 5 Per Acre I One of the remarkable things about Eastern Arkansas and North Louisiana is the fact that cleared land rents for 5 per scan cash and can be bought for 750 to 15 per I acre It costs from 6 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improvements necessary are sligh and inexpencive The soil is rich alluvial or made acre worth 45 to 60 This account It produces a bale of cotton per I for its high rental value Others crops such as corn small grains factEto Alfalfa yields 4 to 0 cuttings a ton to a cutting and brings 10 to 16 per ton In other sections of these states rollinseistock raising and fruit growing Land is very cheap 5 to 10 acre improved farms 10 15 to 25 per acre- I The new White River country offers many opportunities for set tiers High rolling fine water i is naturally adapted to stock and fruit raising Can be bought as low as 15 per acre See this great country for yourself and pick out u location Des criptive literature with maps free upon request The Missouri PacificIron Moun tain System Lines sell reduced rates round trip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest good re turning 21 days with stopovers For descriptive literature neaps time tables etc write to II T G AlATTHKWS TM A- Louisville Ky or II C TOWNSEND jStVEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewer I Always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color it used allBt Care bITTERSU I i VIPaiDC U IURNTT BARNETT sMrrttHNITHt LAWSrtAltilUltltI Will profile tlirlrprutfaiilon In nllttiornurtu 1111111I111111InnlllllItPlULiriN lllllllllllK FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IIAKTlOltlt UY S Will prncllnt lila prnfm im In Ohio and nil JolnlnKriiinljr nnd In the Ciinrt of Apprnln Crlmlnnl prnctlr nod nlleetlnns awtlaltp OlMrrln Ike llrrnld building i CHASM CROWE j LAWYER HAHTIOHD KY Nlllpradhhlprntwluu In all the rnnrla f Ohio ndndJnln1ir ntmrilra Had in tliaCour t of Appcnl xprrlnlatlentlnnulrentrrlminalrIprnctlre and corset Mark t Had GnlrrtralUTtumnp corner nptalra I JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY 11IUIlUklDjtahtjr Offlrr north ahl piltillrainar R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KySWltl prnrtlrtJntbKMtntj ami IVlrrnl IVqrl Ir 1allrrtlutprungdlyllrxdOhlarnontjr OrtlmiTrr llbloruunljr Hank IIII KA VII IN liltNRlrT NURUNAltn HEAVRIN WOODWARD Q crfel s f tata4 IttariAbEY nllthalnatlaolflhlumuotamtlaurt1Appeula roilIona YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hnrtfnrrl KcntucUv Will pmctlrelila prnfrMliin In nit th CoirM t l Ohln mill nololnor rnnatlw nod In tieCaAtt ul Anptwnla Alo Nutury IoMlc OOlreovrr First Nullonul Hank W HIIAIINCM H AMiCltaON BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law IIAttrroRes KY 4 The nnd nlKDnl nnnounrr that lb j knur formal A pnrtnri blp for tb priirtlrr ul Las I- nalltnnrlaNtatnadFnlenldlhmmtwuett aldn of Main attretnpptIteLueet III u Hurt ford Kr htrnrtImg Till and litigation nf frttlntr Tithes In Ural KalKtr will bo glTrn + enl nttrutlon Nntnrj In olTln W 11 IIA1INKS SAANIIIKHOS KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings FOR DiscoveryCONSUMPTION alltLES or MONEY BACK t r PRocunED AND DEFEDEDlI I b ttrrhanttrwrrpwttiwoprtUdttrte IN ALL COUNTRIES Kiilnea Jirtrt vllli WaiHngto tazti tiwq t naiifY ottJeftfH tilt EiclustvelWrltu I BU Sloth ItrMt ftp petted grab Talwt 0IWASHINGTON O C i ROUGH RIVE 1- TELEPUOME C0MPANY IMllltliiluTKHI hThe lon h uivcV Telephone CIIIoperatedby of reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutesIconversation 15 miles 10 cts 30A I miles 15cls 45 miles 20 cts c J W OBANNON Mgr Beaver Dam Kyt 14r r r 5 1- 11E +++++++ ++++4+++++++ i BANK OF HARTFORD t I COTQEOIaAT1I INN2 c i Capital Stock 4000000 t t Surplus 12 00000 t Stockholders Addll Liability 4000000 i + Securety to Depositors 92OOOOO t J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier + H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK Asst Cashier 0t J W FORDR HOLl1R00K Directors+ MnnnpJNO444Nit1 l4tbfii 4h4H t1ftFtlfia 4F +1t1 t3F4FtIff3 III t TO MAMMOTH CAVE I Continued from First Pngo 1 f t t C t t t t t H t 1 1 t t f f f e- I NOT GOOD AFTER JULY 9 FreeTrip to Mammoth Cave Ballot This Ballot will count one 1 vote for Mr District No Al When properly filled out and returned to TilE REPUBLICAN office by mail or otherwise on or before expiration date shown above ttttl H i HrtTd I 1 n au H1T H ttTHHHttt H THE DtBTRtCTBThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No1EIlItnnd West Hartford East and West Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTRICT No2 Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vote ing precincts DISTRICT No 4East and West Fordsville Etnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts I DISTRICT No 5Beda Heflin Uuford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No 6Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts FIRST NATIONALBANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Hank Come in- DIRECTORS GABE LIKENS ALVIN ROWE BURGH FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN n = BLACK BIRKHEAD E 4q PROPRIETORS i = Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer e = AND FREIGHT LINE = Meets all trains Also = LiverymentBest of attention given to stock New stable Main = = street Hartford Ky = Ii 1 Louisville is Booming DOYOUKNOW THESE FACTS ABOUT LOUIS VILLE 330000 o le within a ItleadstheWORLD- In the mtnultcturinir ol Jeans farm wagons sewer pipe wooden boxes and I produclnr and handling whisky sole leather cement e suppliesLouiSYUlefactory I n the world the artest soap factory factlorteslnurbanllnas LoulsrflelsadtrofDEAUTI- FUL HOMES Us city property valuation Is 100000000 It has the grandest ark s stem In the United States and many mare hhomeofthRLDSLEANOCOM e MERCI AL SCHOOL Enroll at this school work and neterbr jtetime to nveWgate taulogsefree BRTlNTftSTRtTTON BUSUKS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY Subscribe for The Republican ik J h Jr ur 1t o I LOCK CANAL Is tbe Kind Senate House and President Want for Isthmi an Waterway Washington June 2GThe Sen ate has taken a position in accord with the president and the house of representatives by declaring for a lock canal across the isthmus of Pana maThe result was reached few min utes after 3 oclock and after a days discussion that was almost devoid of interesting incident quite out of keeping with the universally ack nowledged importance of the sub jectThere was only one recorded vote in connection with the disposition of the question and that was negative in character coming on a motion to lay on the table the lock type sub stitue for the sealevel billreported by the committee on interoceanic canals This motion was made by Kittredge the committee champion of the sealevel plan and was voted down 31 to 36 This vote was accepted as decisive and no one asked for a division on the vote on the acceptance of the substituteThe is generally accepted as ending a long contest and definitely settling the type of the great water way It terminates what at one time threatened to become a sharp difference between the Senate on one hand and the President and the House on the other for there is no denying that when the bill was reported from the committee the in dications in the Senate were all fa vorable to the sealevel type Have You One Little WillieSay Pa what is a mutual friend PaA mutual friend my son is one who makes it his business to keep you informed of the mean things your other friends say about you Telegraphy Write now for our Telegraphy Catalog All the graduates secure positions Address the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky- FARMER AND PARTY WIRE He Likes to sear Everybody on the Line TalkSocial Hunger His Excuse When the independent tele phone companies first began to coinu together in conventions to exchange experiences one fact wilts always commented upon with great curiosity by the manager of town or city plants says Sue cfcHH This was that they invari ably met with failure in their endeavors to induce farmers to put in what are known as lockout devices by means of which every I telephone on a party line becomes practically a private wire In cities the party line Is considered a great nuisance because there is no privacy in conversa tions and all the bells on the line are rung each time a subscriber calls Naturally the managers of plants figured that this objection bUl1ulmosttions to the farmer was that telephone did ring every time tlxj other 16 or 120 people on the line rung up and that he could hear or be overheard in conversation It was a practical demonstration of the social hunger the farmer tins endured for centuries and which ia now ended thanks to the arrival of telephone competition MUTILATION OF ANIMALS Senseless Notions Lead Men to Resort to Cruel and Useless Remedies The horse is not the only animal man cruelly mutilates said a veterinary surgtonThe gamecock to clubbed the dog is wormed the cut is cropped ant so on Worming the World over is believed by the ignorafit to be a preventive of canine madness and hence- f ninny u good dogUs put through it The worm in L small tendon connecting thcuiiderpurr of the tongue with the floor of the mouth and to cut the worm pains the dog cruelly gives him u soremouthof long duration and makes lapping difllcult fqr him for the rest of his life Dr Samuel Johnson evidently understood that there was some r t 1 1 r v thing absurd about worming for in his dictionary he says it is that the worm is a substance nobody knows what extracted nobody knows why Yet worming is still practiced on dogs JAPANESE HANDWARMER An Odd Contrivance Made to Be Car ried In the Pocket or Muff The Japanese hand warmer Is a thin slightly curved metallic box about the size of ones hand and designed to be carried in the pocket or in a muff It is made either of tin or of copper and coy cred with cloth or embossed vet vet The cover slides in grooves You pull open the sliding cover and put into tbe box a cake of pre pared charcoal made for the pur pose and fitted in the box you get ten of these cakes when you Inn the warmer and then you light this fuel cake and close the cover It doesnt blaze up or smoke but burns smolderingly and gives out heat for a consider able time Couldnt Scare Him Im ashamed of this compost lion Charley said a teacher in one of the local schools this morn lug I shall send for your mother and show her how bad you are doingSend for herJ dont care said Charley Me mudder wrote it anywayAlbany Journal Pencil City Nuremberg is and has been for years the great center of the pencil trade possessing between 30 and 40 factories which give em ployment to from 8000 to 10000 liandx while the annual output of pencils numbers 350000000 of a value of upwards of 2500000 Gold In Dentistry On the authority of the greatest manufacturer of dental supplies in England there are over 40000 ounces of pure gold worked up annually for dentists use for ma terial in tilling teeth in plates and solders the value of this gold approximating 200000 Woman Like Fruit To be well preserved a woman like fruit needs a good deal of sugar in her composition But These Were Good Egg SockIt U stated that the world got over twenty billion dozens of eggs last year Doesnt seem possible does it Buskin with recollection of Borne lively one nigbt stands Oh I dont know All the worlds a surge you know Browning MuLiiziue Appropriate- Pm going to have my poems uniformly bound Can you sug gest something appropriate Why yes fatigue uniform Clveland Leader WHY HAIR TURNS CRAY Coloring Material Xovd to the Root in Certain Caeea Depends en Granules The color of the hair depends on little granules which can be seen if the hair be examined under it powerful microscope says the St Nicholas Sometimes the hair may become white in a night Brown Sequard tells us that when he was 45 years old his beard turned white in two days This took place when he was perfectly well and without any especial cause Sometimes however sor row or illness produces the change earlier in life than it would usually take place As to the cause some have said that the hair becomes fIned with small airparticles which make it look gray others have said that the outer part of tile hair becomes altered so that it is tike ground glass and you cannot sec the color But a man by the name of Metch nikou tells us that the real renson U because small movable bodies in the hair devour the grains of coloringmatter and move them to the root of the hair Sometime- spoisonsfa disease or some result of sorrow bring about an effect upon these small migrating bodies cells causing them to be come active in the above fashion That is said to be the reason why t lift hulrll1owslrav OA TCHXlBean teeTt161 Ytll HIt ues BecM BUutir et fj STRONG Again t what Mrs Lucy 5tovallofTiltonaw said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds tl ofothirwiak womenare ft stored to ptrftct health by this rem ady YOU maybe wen U you wID it- indlgestioncUSM nearly all the sick nos that womeq ban It deprives the system of nourish meat and the delicate organs peculiar to women Buffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organsn restoring health and strength cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour S risings belching heartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat DIta NttMtaaayl rrp nE e1 1a- btLNaaaMtaI wtarefLODRMtend w M Mt ilM a eeA Hold by Z WAYNE UKIfFIN Big Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN For April 1906 Minnesota North and Soiltli Dakota Manitoba Western Ontario Sskatclie wan Assi- nttoiaanUlIiBrtaSSrsss tiers tickets Dates of sale April 3I10 17 and 24 190- 6Indianapolis Ind From points Iin Indiana only Dates of saleApril and 25 190- 6Northern Michigan sn reciTi 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 1906ISan Francisco and Los An geles Cal 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 71906- Apply to nearest Big Four agent II S RIIEIN Genl Pass Agt- Cincinnati 0 SJ GATES Gen Agt- Louisville Ky THE REPUBLICAN I is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Thousands of Acres For Sale mi raaaoaafel price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the use of the IRON MOUNTAINROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct tine via STe LOUIS AM MEMPHIS Pullman sleeping and tree recUnln xourslonhifirstBtcntb Descriptive literature maps olden etc on application HCTOWKEIB ft T 8 MATTHEWS WIdiiradrktanvsU gw14 oil IoOU iowlrnLeU J 4 r I t Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Cot- ncorporated 1 heres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in ray residence and place of business My business bu Increasedand my wifes voice la never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition IrJr NORG1N MgrS mitlg3l0 PlAZT- Ohio County Circuit Court TFDIrkhead ledge Ben D IllnRO Attorney Oscar MldklB Jailer Ed 6 narrate Clerk Frank L Felix Matter Com mtiiloner Y L Uoielej Trnitm Jar Food R D Martin Sheriff Hertford Deputy SheriffS A Dratber L P Crowdtr E H Megan Grant Pollard XaCoartconrenunnt Mn deyln March and August and continue theweeluand third Monday In Way and Norember two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judt VTtt TiDal ClerkE M Woodward Attorney Hart ford Court rounDee tint Monday In each month MondayInCourt ot Claims Conrenee tint Monday In Jan ary Tuesday alter second Monday October Other OmeenN Motley Snrreyor Shore W Leech Aeaeuor Bob KoyJame DeWeee School Superintendent llartford Gnome Allen CoronerJIngo7wattCst Covet N Barrow Bearer DamMarch 24 JuuaSeptember 24 December 24 W P Miller none BranchMarch M Jan 26- September25 December 28 Beltemhef8Dcember21 r W n Edge FordiTlll March 28 Jane 2 September December 28 Jaue2llSeptemberHerbert Bender Centertown March 30 Tau29 lbJohnSeptember 30 December 31 Sfcrefor A 3elic Court n n Wedding Judge Jt Glenn City Attorney Seth Moteley Mensal Court eon rene second Monday In each month Z lisTlou aleUE Church SonthSerrleee third Sunday each month at llamand 7 p mud eeon meetlDgnerrWeduda nighbeforeand onrth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer muting every Thunda Gardner paetorY0 P ChnrcaSerrlce lint Sunday la each moathatllmaud1plD Bey J D Bar ned pastor School Trustee l1rtfordC M Crowe J 8 BPeudletou 0MCroweWaBeanDrSecret Soclotioau AO U W mete lint sad third Friday nights In each month 1 Hartford Lodge No In FR A Masons firs s Monday night la each month Hartford Tent No 9 Knight oftheMaeos bee every Thursday night Bough Slyer Lodge No 11 Knight ot if rIPreetoui f t Southern Raiway y Shortest and Fastest Line- sFROM LonisvilleDanville and Lexington TO si LouisantfleWesIT- wo Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville 530 a m Lve Louisville 900 a m- An St Louis 612 pm Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 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 literatureW MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky HC KING GPTAC 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 ALouis Mo Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN ui 1 I I ItJII4d f U furfwt ffi I CIrfC 1I e oIIoh t 4 I IF L i + 4 AIItT fiN 2A1 7 nuuIullUNLft iI i RESIDENCE AND I LOTSMi I l f f f- Nnn 1 liV 4 1111111 IllijI 1 1It I SaturdaYJul JI 1906 j t On this date the land formerly owned by the James A Thomas estate and recently purchased by it Rowan Holbrook and others located immediately east of the depot site of the Madisonville Hartford Eastern subditstreets are now 1 process tr the most if beautiful section of our town The sale will be on easy terms Dont forget the date f i HartfordLand rt I i f w J1j dd 4k 4k 4k kr i