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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- ft JartfDr tpubljan Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU 11ILI4IIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOIle XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 6 1906 No5L CONGRESS ADJOURNS I Most Important Session inl Many Years Legislation Enacted Which Will Have Wide Reaching Effect For Good to All The long session of Congress came to a close last Saturday after one of the most eventful meetings ever held Practically every recommen dation made by the President was carried through in some form The t rate bill pure food law meat inspec tion bill and final legislation for completion of the Panama Canal be ing pome of the most important work of the late session- Kentuckygot more than her share of the appropriations for public buildings Under the bill the fol lowing towns are provided for Bowling Green 100000 Danville t 30000 Lebanon 30000 London 50000 Owensboro 175000 Paris 540000 Versailles 25000 Winches ter 45000 MEASURES TIIAT PASSED Railroad Hate Bill Meat Inspection Measure Pure Food Law- Investigation ordered of the trans portion of coal and oil Lock canal for Panama and 39 000000 to continue work Admitting Oklahoma and Indian Territory as u state and allowing Arizona and New Mexico to vote on It Tax taken oil denatured alcohol Uniform and more strict method of naturalizing aliens ennctlodI The immunity of witnesses from prosecution who give testimony bet fore Government tribunals restrict L edOne milllion three hundred and tf twentyfive thousand dollars for Jamestown Exposition in Sundry Civil Bill- Consular service given a complete new legal status which will permit of an entire reorgination The largest battleship afloat authorized but plans must be sent to congress at its next session Law defining and punishing hazing The annual appropriation for the State militia doubled Hill intended to preserve the scenic beauty of Niagara Falls Tariff to be collected by the Philippine government on goods enter ing the island trade revised Employers liability law for rail road and other employes engaged in hazardous employment Speedy appropriations for San Francisco sufferers including 2 500000 and supplies from govern ment stores Nearly 900000000 of appropriations tAILED OK PASSAGE Reduction of tariff on Philippine productsShip Bill Immigration Bill and Injunction BillEightHour Bill Santo Domingo and Morocco treaties A Card of Thanks To the good people of Beda Clear Hun and other vicinities We take this method of expressing our heartfelt thanks and deepest ap preciations of their kind service dur ing the long illness and at the death Kingrcan Mn AND MRS Jo C PARK CENTERTOWN- July 2Rev R T McConnell filled Jijsregujar appointmen here Sun v v Handy Shacklctt an employee of the I C RR is hdre visiting his father J M Shacklett Miss Pearl Brown Madisonville is visiting Misses Mattie and Erma Tichenor L P Loney Owensboro was here last week visiting friends and rely tives Ab Chapman was here this week rt visiting his daughter Mrs J MI CarteriMrs J B Swain isafhome again week with her sis EanSilleIJIndJesse Stogner is in Arkansas the purpose of buying land forI Rev T M Morton and wife ermore were were pleasant visitors to friends here last week T Wade Stratton and wife Crom well are here visiting the family of S 1V Jones Attorney E M Woodward Hart j ford was here on legal business Friday Walter Chapman and Jennie James and Earl Davis and Etta Rowe visited friends in Beaver Dam last Sunday Trustee Sale On Thursday the 12th of July 1900 I will offer for sale at Norrows Ky one saw mill with planer and other attachments A lot of lumber and some other personarproperty Also four town lots 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 Trustee of II C POWERS HERBERT- Mr Soloman Obenchain of Pell ville was buried at this place the 25th of June Mr Obenchain was in his 86th year He is survived by his wife and four children Mr Andy Obenchain of Owensboro Geo Obenchain Sargeant in the U S Army now in the Phillipine Islands Iris Sadie Richardson of Pellville and Mrs Obe Burdett of this place A very large crowd attended the funeralwhich was preached by Rev Lashbrooke of Habit after which the Masons took charge of the bury ing at Panther Creek church Mr Minor Haynes wife andson of Madisonville Mrs Lee Barrett and Coo Milligan of Deanfiehl Mr Ed Baize and family of Haynesville were the guests of Mr Sum Haynes Sunday Mr Isom Wells wife and daugh ter Miss Isie Miss Morgan of Whitesville and Rev Lushbronk and wife were the guests of Mr Henry Milligan SundayIMr Will Holland and familof Whitesville were at E W Lyons SundaytS L Phillips and wife were theI guests of R M Miller Sunday E W Lyons visited his daughters Mrs Lee Estes and Will Kelly of Yelvington this week Mr Jake Tichenor of Ensor was at Mr Jim Chambers Sunday Mr Joe Mct arty and wife of Ev ansville who have been visiting his father Mr Ellis McCarty have re turned home accompanied by his mother and niece Miss D Biddle Mr and Mrs Bud Barker visited Carl Floyd Saturday night MK Henry White and family of Fordsville visited relatives in this place Saturday night and Sundayt Misses Lulie Jenkins and Tula Burdett were in this community Sunday Mr Will Stewart went to Hawes ville today Misses Katie Charlotte and Amy Holland of Whitesville returned home after a weeks visit to friends here ALEXANDER July 4Mr Joe Park closed a very successful singing school at No creek last Sunday A large crowd from this place attended Those on the sick list are Miss Cora Bennett and Mrs Joe L Park The infant child of Mr and Mrs Leamon Liles died at its home in Evansville Ind Friday and was buried at Mt Hermon buryin ground Sunday Miss Lyda Ward will close her spring school at Nocreek Friday after teaching three months Miss Lyda is a good teacher and has had much success with her school Miss Alice King lied of consump tion at the home of her sister Mrs Joe Park and was buried at Bells Run burying grouifd Wednesday SUBCONTRACTS Awarded for Almost all the Line of Railroadi Work Will Soon Be Under Way All Along TheILine All of the Madisonville Hartford Eastern Railroad has been sub contracted except a section from Sunnydale to Smiths Creek and from Centertown to Bens Lick Creek Work of grading is well under way at a number of points and it will soon be lively all along the line The twenty miles out from Madi sonville is to be built by C H DishJ man of Pensacola Florida who made a bid on the entire route J W Miller of Evansville Ind has been awarded the section from Bens Lick creek to Sunnydale This is the section through Hartford It is expected that work will be begun by Mr Miller on this part in a few days- Borcher Bolt will build from Green river to Centertown- A Goodman of Breckenridge county has the section from Mitch ells to Smiths Creek and has al ready been at work two weeks Mike Crahan of Horse Branch has the contract to bridge Rough river at Dundee Capt Feagan and his corps of engineers have moved into their new quarters aver the Bank of Hartford and have settled down to their work as though they expected to make their home there for some time For Sale t 1000 firsf cl5jOaJC AslT and Hickory trees also 2000 Gum and Maple on land adjacent to Rough river three miles West from Hartford Will sell timber as it stands in tree cut and delivered on liter or will cut into lumber For further particulars address this office 4Gt6I Beautiful Silver Wedding On Friday evening June 29 1906 Judge and Mrs J S Glenn celebrated the Silver Anniversary of their wedding For twentyfive years these two have been a part of social educational religious and business interests of the town About one hundred relatives and friends assembled at 830 to congrat ulate them on their long and happy married life The guests were met on the beautiful lawn by Mrs Carrie Wjlliams of Crowley La and Miss Dora Gibson who are members of a house party at Mrs Glenns After receiving a hearty welcome the guests divided into little groups and the beautiful decorations furn ished topics for delightful conversation Across the top of the veranda hung a rope of green and fasten ed to it at regular intervals were twentyfive silver bells From theI ceiling was suspended a marriage bell of sweet peas The Bean orchestra clad in their summer uniforms of white filed into their places at one end of the veran da where the piano was placed To the sweet strains of a march played by Mrs D E Thomas the bridal party marched upon the floor In front walked the two children of the family Lelia and James They were followed by Mesdames Thom as Morton John T Moore Wayne Griffin and T B Petrie who officiat ed as matrons of honor Behind them came the bride and groom of twentyfive years ago As they stood under the marriage bell Rev J A Lewis stepped forward spoke a few appropriate words and offered a prayer As the couple stood asicitizenshave fought for success and won it and where they have known great joy and bitter sorrow The friends pressed forward and congratulated them wishing them many more years 61 life and prosperity Quite a feature of the evening was the music of the orchestra arid the songs Tof several close friends In the parlor on a table decorated ijith the pictures of the family lay two books In one the guests were requested to write their names and tiother some sentiment suit for the occasion In the dining I room the table held twentyfive candles in their silver holders and I laythewhich are too numerous to mention elMrsthem as mementoes of those who gave them with such hearty good wishesPunch was served to all on the beautiful sideporch which is the summer sitting room of the family The punch bowl was presided over by two beautiful girl neighbors E Misses Katie Thomas and Lillie Bur C ton Mrs Glenn is a famous house keeper and her reputation gained added luster when the guests sat down to the wedding banquet where were found the delicacies of the sea son faultlessly served while the orchestra lent its music to the gen eral charm Everybody said our bride looked too young to haVe been married twentyfive years and we all know Judge Glenn is ever at his best when he has gathered about him some of his many frieuds After supper the married ladies were requested by Mrs Glenn to cut the wedding cake to find who would next celebrate her Silver Anniversary The dime was found by Mrs R D WalkerP fThe moon was setting over the tree tops when the happy crowd dispersed after wishing the couple- health and prosperity It is not all who are fortunate enought to celebrate the twenty fifthanniversary of their marriage May Judge and Mrs Glenn live toan WeSerene and bright and lovely as a Lapland night L Like kindly old Rip Val Winkle each guest can truly say Heres to your good health you and your family May you all live long and prosper S CERALVO Jbly 3Mrs T T Bennett who has been in bad health for some time J is no better Miss Nina Milner ion the sick listMrs Sam Smith who has been S sickJor sometime is in Evansville for treatment The Public School here opened Monday L P Miles teacher Mrs Ella Smith of Repton Ky visited relatives here last week Messrs Reginal and Joe Bennett and little brother Manning of Narrows visited relatives here last week Miss Minda Wood is visiting in Belton Skilesville and Huntsville Mrs W A Miller and children of Sebree visited relatives near here recentlyrLittle Misses Eva and Ethel andr Master Vig Morton of Livermore were here last weektRuss of Bevier was here last weektrCENTRAL GROVE July 3Mrs Jett Igleheart is no better The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Miller is slowly improv ingMrs Dr Smith and niece Miss Johnson Centertown received a tel egram Sunday evening stating Miss Johnsons father of Missouri had been kicked by a horse and was in a dying condition We are glad to hear Mrs Delia Pirtle has returned to her home af ter being away a year taking care of her father who died a few weeks Mrs Pirtle has our sympathy in hcrsnd bereavement Mr and Mrs Will Williams visited Mrs Jett Igleheart Sunday Misses Bertha and Mary Pirtle are visiting Mr and Mrs E W Pirtle of Concord neigborhood this week JAS + axtTAflout till vll Kind You HWMiup Bws 81n tan Y at REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Strong Resolutions Endorsing the Administration of President Roosevelt Adopted The Republicans of Ohio county met in Delegate Convention at the Court House in Hartford Monday for the purpose of electing delegates attend the Convention at Hodg July 10th where a candi for Congress will be nominated The Convention was organized by electing Mr James Rogers Chair man and C E Smith Secretary On motion the chairman appointed the following committee on resolu tions L P Crowder James M De Weese Jas Carter W P Render P Taylor E M Woodward and M Barnett who reported the following resolutions The Republicans of Ohio county in Delegate Convention assembled again renew their allegiance to the Republican party and commend its principles as exemplified in the coun trys prosperity ta the unprejudiced consideration of the voters We endorse the honest and fear less administration of PresidentThe odore Roosevelt an administration which has uncovered grafting and brought punishment on the guilty which has attacked corporate oppression and is seeking to secure better food better traffic rates and better conditions of life for the peo and fairness for all business competitors before the law We commend to the Republicans of the Fourth Congressional District the Honorable M L Heavrin as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress and it is further resolved by the Republicans of Ohio county in Delegate Convention assembled that the Delegates to the District Convention be instructed to cast the vote of this county for M HeaVrin as Republican candidate for Congress from this district Resolved further that C M Barnett Chester Keown J M Rog ers W S Gains W P Render B Chamberlin Esq William R Edge E P Taylor Verge Renfrow Claude Blankenship I C Adair Dr A Duff C E Smith C C Baird Dr A F Stanley R B Martin C P Keown James DeWeese S L Stevens John Allen E G Barrass A Anderson Hon A S Bennett 11 S Ragland W S Tinsley Oscar Midkiff W B Taylor Thos Allen R R Wedding M L Porter and George Thompson be appointed Delegates from this Convention to attend the Fourth Congressional District Republican Convention which meets at Hodgensville Ky on the 10th day of July 1906 Notice to the Public Under the new Revenue law enacted by the late Legislature it is the County Clerks duty to and furnish to the county Assessor a full and complete list of all transfer of real estate where a purchase money lien has been re tained and also a full list of all mortgages and other liens which are of record in the County Clerks office and which does not showor bear a release of record I will be compelled to make this list cover a period of five years past and each and every person will be charged with tax to the amount shown on the records ever though the same has been paid and fully satisfied and when once you get charged with the tax it will cost no less than 150 to get released All parties who have had any sort of lien recorded and which has been settledshould see that the same is released of record at once Very truly W S TINSLEY C 0 C C Ohio County Baptist Association The Ohio County Baptist Assoda tion will convene with West Point church on Wednesday July 18 at 10 oclock nmAII persons coming by rail will stop off at Livermore There the trains will be met by boat that will convey the messengers to Point Pleasant where they will be met by conveyance that will take thorn to the church which is two miles from the river The church invites the Association to meet with her on Tuesday at 10 a m to cele brate her semicentennial The fol lowing program will be rendered on that day 10 a m Historical Sketch of the ChurchRev L W Tichenor 11 a m SermonW D Now lin 12 m Dinner 130 p m Talks by exPastors led by Rev F T Jones 230 p m Talks by old people led by J S jgleheart- Everybody is invited to attend L W TICIlENORClerk A Notice Owing to the new law we have been forced to change our mill from an exchange mill to a merchant mill Will buy your grain and sell you what you want RespectfullyHARTFORD Co J C RILEY Secretary A Ohio Countys Summer Rtsert Ohio countys well known and popular summer and hqalth resort Sulphur Springs will be open for guests on and after Saturday JuneA2 1906 Under the management of Mr T C Bean Sulphur Springs has attained first rank as a summer resort The management spares neither time trouble nor means to make the stay of all guests pleasant The hotel and grounds have been improved from year to year andare now firstclass in every respect If it is recreation health or pleasure you are seeking you should spend a few weeks at the Sulphur Springs Terms reasonable 45t8iPINCHICO July 3Our fall school opened July the 2 with Prof Sandefur teacherThe given by Mr and Mrs S L Stevens last Friday night was largely attended and highly enjoyed by all presentqMr and Mrs J L Allen visited J E Curtis and family last Satur day and Sunday Wayne Paxton who has been visit Ing friends and relatives in this f idaysx Plain View Texas f i Change of Front There appears this week a change of front in the contest for the free trip to the Mammoth Cave in the Centertown district Rowe Condit who has was recently nominated r passes all others in the contest in his district Other districts remain unchanged though many votes are recordedThe of the various candi dates is as followsDISTRICT No1 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 240 Robert Davis 628 Ernest M Coleman Beaver Dam 80 Godfrey Bean Hartford 60 DISTRICT No2 Johnie Wallace Rosine 230 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton 10 Bernice Neighbors Dundee 32 Palmer Loyd Narrows 5 Herbert Midkiff Magan 7 Elijah Daniel 65 Albert Baughn 30 DISTRICT No4 I Roy Keown Fordsville 99 Pete Tilford Fordsville 5 i Arthur Burdett Herbert 4 I DISTRICT NO ft i Talmage Davis Beda 82 Jesse C Smith Taffy 668 I Sherman Chamberlain Nocreek 844- j DISTRICT NO 6 John Morton CeralvoI 10 Vig Morton Smallhous GO Ben Kimmell Ceralvo 2 Frank KuykendallCentertown 4 Rowe Condit Matanzas 64 DISTRICT No7 Carroll Smith MclIenry170R- oy Brown McHenry 80 Orlett C Carter Rockport 23 i Carl Davenport Cool Springs 4 Raymond FrancisRender 6 Continuedon seventh page Ii I THE BUSY LITTLE ANTS What an Observer Saw the Intelligent Insects Do A writer in the London News describes a little town of ants which he observed under a magnifying glass at a recent exhibition He says j I watched them for a long time 1andsaw that they are very wise for they believe in cooperation that is I in helping one another Some grain had been scattered in this lit tle country of theirs and they were t gathering it together in one place I Sometimes when one ant found that he alone could not move a large grain he fetched helpers and so working together they fitted it and placed as each builder would lay his bricks when making his wall They had formed quite a little city and had even made roads and streets along which they were con tinually running at their work 1Yes Anttown for we must give i a a name was full of busy little 1people All had some duty to do Those who were not workers were soldiers These trotted up and down the roads around the edge of the town as if ready to keep off any f enemy or give the others warning r that danger was coming The intelligence of these wonder fbl little insects is marvelous A traaeler in the West Indies tells how thousands of ants were once journ neyingwhen they came to a railway Time after time while crossing it a train would come along and kill hundreds of them so what do you think these wise ants did They actually made tunnels underneath the railway lines and so passed through safely Now English ants do notlay in a store of food for the vinter as many think but they collect leaves for they can feed on the fungus which grows on dumper leaves However they do store their eggs during the winter so that the young workers can be hatched in the sum mer It is then that the ants again show how intelligent and wire they are for the eggs are hatched by the warmth of the sun and in the ant hills there are numerous little rooms called cells some near the surface of the earth and other farther un derneath and the ants shift the eggs every day either upstairs or down stairs in order that they should not get too hot or hot cold for that would kill the little ants inside- I sometimes think that ants must be jolly for they are so busy and seem so full of life and health It is no doubt because they are always trying to do somethingfor lazy people are not really happy low Rates to Ashevlllei N C and Return On account of the Conference of tee Young Peoples Missionary As southIemclass fare plus twentyfive cents for j the round trip on June 25 27 and 28 withreturn limit of July 10 1906 j Tne Land of the Sky Country is attractive at all times and especi ally at this season of the year The I glory of the natural surroundings is at its height The Southern Raili was traverses the banks of the I French Broad River for many miles enroute to Asheville The Scenery i of this mountainous region and the delightful temperature are unsur passed For further information address any ticket agent of the Southern Railway or C H HLNHEKKOKD D P AI231 jLouisville TOO LATE FOR rUIILICA TION IAST WlIKK NOCREEK June 28Wheat harvest is over in this community The farmers are hustling now for clean cornfields and tobacco fields So much ruin has thrown them back very 1muchin cultivating the AroundIVLrs Delia Pirtle has returned to 4 11erbome at Goshen after a years stays itt our midst in which she was nuive and companion for her father 3 Mr John F Wallace who has gone to hi rewared in the great beyond Miss Alice King died at 8 oclock p 114June 2Gth after a years j F Jloeat at her sister Mrs Joe Linn J 4 5 1 f t L au a H aH avarfIt V u u PROGRAM OHIO COUNTY TEACHERS I To Be Held at HartfordJuly 1620INSTITUTEJ I M day July 16 1000 Organizatibi Introductory EnrollmonL E X Roark I Noon 115The Ro L prandple of EducationR N Roark Btccoss 230 Language and Composition 1 What are the chads attainments in English on entering school and how acquiredC W Moseley 2 How May the Teacher Remedy the Defects in a Chins Language Acquired Before En tering ScllooeJ C McCrocklin 3 The Value of Prose Poetry and Memory Gems in Teaching Language W S Taylor 4 Discuss ths Various Forms of LetterWrit ing and hair Importance as a Composition Exercise erMattye Moseley 5 How Should Written Work be Criticised paperMs Julia Wedding 400 AdjoarnnnsitXotnlay Evening Social S ax rtTtcesijr July 17 830The Procf2o ai Products of TeachingR- N Roark 10OO Recess The Teacher 1 DisciKJ Some of the Qualifications a Teach er Should PossessBlumer Renfrow 2 ShouWaleicher Know Any Subjects Be sides Those He is Expected to TeachAr her Kirk 3 TheRafXMsexlity of the Teacher Wha AM the Totiers Rewards paperMrs JSR Welding 4 Is theTeathes Salary Commensurate With Hta Service How May Teachers Command Higber1ariesM D Maddox 5 The Coming Tencfaer What Will He Be L N Gray Sean 115 HabitE N Ebork 2130 Recess Recitation 1 The Art of Questioning paperMattye Ticheoor 2 Should the Teacher Instruct the Pupils How to Study i Everitt Liles 3 Steps of RecitationDora E Gibson General Discosscxx 400 Adjournment Tuesday Evening LectureTbe Man and the WomanR N Roark Wednesday July 18 830 Attention E N Roark 100Recess History 1 What Form of tory Should be Taught in Primary Grades paperLena Miller 2 Discuss Some of the Faults of History Teaching paperblaymee Shown 3 How May th Appreciation of the Worth of Moral Courage Selfsacrifice Selfreliance Strong Will Patrotism and Perseverance be Developed by the Study of HistoryA E Ellis 4 Show How Environment Has Affected the History of NationsJ W Odell and Wm A Morley Geography Wbat to Teach and How to Teach itDora E Gibson Noon 115Memoryg X Roark a Parks with that dreaded disease consumpton The funeral was conducted by the Rev W HCalvert at Bells Run Baptist church Shemet the grim monster death triumphantly crossed the Jordan and entered the land of promise where the wicked cease from troubling and the weary are at rest There was a large crowd present Mr J L Park Jind wife are entitled to great faithjfulnesssuffering also the neighbors were kind in coming to their assistance Mr John Foster is en the mend after suffering the painful accident of some broken ribs Mr Joe Park and his large apt and inteligent class are rejoicing over the victory and improvement made in vocal music at the Nocreek 11 E Church Mr Park is a fine teacher and is entitled to great praise for what he has done for the choir and the entire class There will be senjit Nocreek church next Sunday by the Rev W H Calvert Sundaypastorj at 930 and preaching at 11 a 230 Recess Physiology and Hygine 1 Show the Importance of Teaching Children How to LiveI J Hoover 2 How Would You Impress Upon Children the Baleful Effects of Tobacco and Alcoholic DrinksL D F Whittnker 3 What Athletics Should be Taught and Encouraged in the Puplic SchoolsO W- Edge 4 Why Should Especial Emphasis be Laid Up on the Foundation of Sound Physical Hab its J Haydon Roach and T J Edge General Discussion 400 Adjournment Wednesday Evening Recital Miss Josiphene Rogers Music Carolynn Warner Thursday July 19 830 Management of the RecitationR N Roark 1000 Recess Grammar 1 Why Should a Systematic Study of Language Precede the Study of Grammar paper Mrs Belle Lashbrooks 2 The End and Aim in Teaching Technical Grammar M M Faughender 3 Methods of Teaching Grammar paper Louanna Rowan and Ola Hoovet j Noon 115 Arithmetic 1 Its Underlying Principles 0 11 Shultz i 2 Discuss Some Difficulties Met With in Teaching I ArithmeticH C Crowder Birch Shields E S Howard 00 Williams and C A Keene- General Discussion 230 Recess Nt400 Adjournment I Thursday Evening Common School Graduation Exercises 93 graduates Presentation of Diplomas Jas H Fuqua Supt Pub Ins Friday July 2o 830School Government 1 How do the Teachers Manner and Habits Influence the School Ozna Shultz 2 Rational Relation Between Teacher and Pupils L N Gray 3 What Regulations Should be Made for the Government of a SchoolM M Faughin der 4 Attitude of the Teacher Towards Pupils Out of the School RoomO M Shultz 1ooo Recess The Teachers TimeIt N Roark Noon- i 115 Miscellaneous Business j Distribution of Attendance Certificates Report Blanks Teachers Registers etc AdjournmentThe of the teachers is respectfully cal led to the Act of the recent Legislature relative to- attendance at the Institute No applicant forcer tificate will be permitted to take the July or August Examination unles he shall have attended the havingjpresent on to plomas Every teacher will be expected to enroll Mon day morningJAMES M DEVEESE S C S Ohio Co W IThe Growth ot Habits Philadelphia kidnapper who is also several times an embez zler says he can remember the time in his life when the owing of 3 worried him But owing money may like many other things become- a hibit and sear the conscience Kean acpuired that habit and inI late years felt no uneasiness in borrowing all the money he could get his hands on even without waiting for the owners consent How use doth breed a habit in a manHabit lies at the basis of all our ordinary action Everything that we do repeatedly becomes easy and habitualDavid Hume declared that the habit of seeing the bright side of things was worth more than a thousand pounds a year I Diligence economy and presever anco are habits that carry life as steadily to success as favorable winds carry a ship at sea Depravity is not an inhertiance but a character formed by persis tent habit And rectitude is only t b the confirmed habit of doing what is rightThe truth is not simply that we may form hrbits we must form habitsWe cannot do or say or think or feel anything without leaving a defi nite mark on the nervons organism which more oV less affects all succeeding action or speech or thought orfeelingCould young but realize how soon they will become mere walking bunnels of habits helpful instead of harmful Enter Business College And secure a position Write for catalog now Address the Bowling Green University Bowling Green Ky r Does evil still your whole life fill Does woe betide Your thoughts abide on suicide You need a pill Now for prose and factsDe Witts Little Early Risers are the most pleasant and reliable pills known today They never gripe Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro 4Nx UptoDatej i Jt e The Old Reliable Stand Two tDoors Above the if if b 41 New Commercial Hotel jj 43On Center Street t TiJohn n W IOZayloP f Easy Shoves fashionable Hair Cuts and Sham feQ oing Baths at all hours both Cub and Show fd 1e44and leaning outfit Suits cleaned and pressed b1 Toe to 100 Punts cleaned and pressed 25c to 4i ooc Coats cleaned and pressed lOc to file Suits b e pressed25e O TH- ESummer Term o Of The Hartford u BusinessInstitute OPENED MAY 28 u h We are prepared to give you thoiough training in Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping in all its forms Im1cticaleerydn Laws of HusinessHusiness llltho Calculation Commer cial Arithmetic Business Correspondence Penman Typowriting properly classified Write us for terms at once and enter school now and increase your moneyearning capacity from twenty or twentyfive to fifty or seventyfive dollars t per month1cer put nil till tomorrow whnttshould be done today Please give this mutterIyour earnest attention at oncetJu M NETTIE ROGERS PrincipalIw NKN NKN K a a N I t TELEPHONE GROWTH I 1 ho Cumberland Telephone Teelegraph Company has J issued statement of its business for the month of May and the increase in the number of subscribers is shown as folalows Number subscribers May 1st WOU152UGijNumber added during mouth 5075iNumber discontinue1eNet increase t 2163vJ Total number subscribers May 1 tOnG lf4828 Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1906 as ar as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates Hartford Sept 194 days Richmond July 113 days Stanford July 123 days Lancaster July 133 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 AugusW23S days Nicholasville August 283 days Shelbyville August 284 days Florence August 294 days Ewing August 303 days Elizabethtown Sept a3 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 But the Tomatoes Would Rot The splendid jury system were again demonstratI c Now is the Time justI n h e hiSt LawrenceI+ hiehigan westuone can roam with fishingerod along shady forest streams and G I swing the line out over the deep poolsGtlwiththe ripple of the water to break the deep quiet of the solitude Now is the time to consult ourhnearest Big Four Agent as to routes f rates and information regarding C your vacation trip SI Four cents in stamps will bring our Worlds Playgroud et H J RHEIN G P A TI 0ThetheTservice- S J GATES Genl AgtsyLouisville KntPt nt ed the other day at Jackson Miss where seven agriculturists who had made up their minds that tried for complicity in a murderfo 0oughtover to the side of the other fivecowho were holding out acquittal because the tomato nocrop needed at tention y 1 r r POOLING PlAN WED Proposition of Louisvil- Warehouse Co Accepted All Satisfied Except Davies County Who Will Not Accept A called meeting of the Green River district union of the American t Society of Equity was held at the city hall Owensboro last Abet scventyfiva delegates wereI The most important business tram- e ted was the acceptance of the of ffer of the Louisville Warehouse company to finance and store the tobacco of the district This wasI adopted with only Davies county delgates voting in opposition The following are the prices to h advanced in the different grades extra Gj A common g5 Bextra 550 B common Ii C straight 5 D 450 0 extra 150 0 com mon and H 1 trash No 1 2 trash No2 1 r The proper form of pledge to be signed by all who would agree to wasfplcdgIe c the present ways and means commit c tee of the district c The question of whom the pledge c should be presented to caused considerable discussion David More landof Ohio county said he want ed no hoboes in the A S of E He would put the harness on and make it fit before letting a fellow have the advantages J P Foster of No creek said he wanted not only to put the harness on but a crupper j on him so he could not back out J W Dunn slid the Davies county union had invited all to 1001 who would observe the acreage question lIe said some had gone over the I acreage limit in Daviess but het thought the people would all be ed c ucated after a while He said he thought Davies county would be all right President E Mtnnctt of Hancock said he was opposed to let tingdumpers or jumpers into pool f Hc I for safeguarding the nssoci ation Mr Dunn pleaded for charity for the dumper Ho would net throw him out in the cold The UI needed the association and the assoI sociation ice led the dumper He 1knew he hud trouble and was repent should be forgiven A motion was made that the next 5uarterly meeting of the district union beheld at Calhoun but this was ruled out of order President Cull en without the ruleile first chuniredr ia which provided that the union meetc permanently in OwensboroJ 8 tiJiodern Mlrnclo Truly miraculous seemed tho re of Mrs Mollie Holt of this 1place writes J 0 R Hooper Woodford Tenn she was so wast stedby coughing up pus from her td lungs Doctors declared her end son near that her family had watched by he tadside fourtyeigftt hours when at my urgent request Dr Kings New Discovery was given of her with the astonishing result that to h improvement began and continued until she finally completely recover or Iged and is a healthy woman today Id Guaranteed cure for coughs and P colds hoc and 100 at Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist Trial bot rstiefree of lr Ie No Use For ThemYCanvasser Madam I would li- keuta show you the beautiful silver s forks that we are giving away with i Ig every halfdozen bars of Skinflint Soap Ig Lady of the House We dont never eat with folks in this housew They1eakPeKennedys Laxative Honey and Dr laxative cough are syrup and combines the qualities necessary to relieve the cough and the p thejystcm of cold Contains = no opiattsBIT idTbeSllence Cure cure proscribed kiertousnessin setting apart one hour of the tfay in which the patient must sitel utter a wordILlA wellkiown nerve specialist o Eminent Doctors Praise Its Ingredients Wo refer to that boon to weak nervous Buffering women known as Dr 1lcrcoi lelirJuhnFyfonnootthoEditorial Staff MKDICAT UKVIKW of unicorn root Hclonld MooriMvhlch Is ono of tin chief Ingnxllunts thoFavorlta A remedy which Invariably acts U a utor eystrmyllo j meat whlcli wore tummy all WUN the alioru puriKHim Ram any olIqdnu wuh which lam rw1collar luiIkatloforKayt Thn tulluwhlg on nmolll tlm loading Indications for llclonn Unlconi rootX Ialn or aclilnif In the hack with loucorrhua rcpnwluetlrorgans othekltlII montblje of tho dlcestlru organ dragdnSo alxluinvnII or less of tho slave symptoms dbntferJ rntvrlptlun ono of tho leading ItiRredl llolllafiII represent promInentInltrhllPilt1rof Unify Klllngwood M D of Bee iayse of alleatanhalconditionsA 1rof John M Scmlder M D late ol roottthe 1111111lIcrc InIJeffersontltllcalValuable In uterine hcmorrhin menor rhacla llimdlne and rongetlro dyimcnor thealpdntulmcnstruatlunl faithfuUyRredlunteoncdcuneathodlsettsafotwhichthey says that if nervous women can be induced to hold their tongues and allow not only the body but the brain to rest for an hour a day we shall hear less about neuralgia and nerve breakdownThis very scitentific But it smacks of the usual weakness of speculative theorist To say that nervous women ought to be silent once in a while is one thing but to get them to do it is quite an other The prescription however great merit it might have is utterly useless so long as there is no means of applying it Half tho World Wonciors the other half lives Those who use Uucklens Arnica Salve never wonders if it will cure Cuts Wounds Burns Sores and all Skin eruption they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1130 E Reynolds St Springfield Illsays I regard it onto of the absolute necessites of housekeeping Guaranteed liy Z Wayne Griflin Bro druggist 2oc LINCOLN NATIONAL PARK Kentucky Should Lead tbe Way to Large Menbership InaImportant Move Kentucky is to lead the way in up membership for the Lin ola Farm nssociatianbThe old farm on which Abraham Lincoln was born and where he spent the early years of his boyhood at 5 Hodgensville this State is to be made into a great Lincoln National Park It is a great work of the whole people Every man woman and child in Kentucky is asked to join the association and help make up the fund needed Send in any amount from 25cents 25 and you will be made an hon orary member without further dues assessment whatever The Asso elation willcend you a large handsomely eqgxaved certificate and your name will be put in the Pertna nent Catalogue to be kept in a place honor at the Park forever Send subscription to this office LetS every loyal Kentuckian join now and show the nation that Kentucky still leads in patriotism and loyalty- to her great men Boats the Music CuretlTo keep the body tunepi Mrs Brown 20 Lafayettedl Poughkeepsie N Y I take Kings New Life Pills They the most reliable and pleasant laxative I have found Best for Stomach Liver and Bowels Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin druggist 25c How to Get a Chance It may not be to the credit of man nd but in this world no man is given a chance If he wants a chance he has to throw it down and on its neckj I Subscribe for TilE REPUBLICANS I FOR THE CATERPILLAR i Simple and Effective Methods of Securing Its nAbsence The dropping of a caterpillar upon ones hand or in the case of a woman upon the neck or shoulders is an event rarely forgotten though never enjoyed The numerous small fangs by which the insect hangs fast paiin e shoals and swarms in which they appear about this scascn are literal ly voracious in their consumption of leaves and the destruction of plants To begin with the caterpillar in its early life is a small greenish yellow slug and may be detected on th leaves of plants by careful inspection This is the best time to exter urinate it and n sprinkling of pans green is generally effective for the purpose But as many object to the use of paris green and rightlyI for it is a most violent poison a spray of kerosene or of an emulsio- composed of kerosene tobacco and soapsuds is commended Caterpillars and gypsy moths have a profound dislike for sulphur an the burning of a quantity of mineral in flour form underneathI a tree generally kills sects as may be upon it and keep- them I away for the season The method by which this is accomplished is to place a pan of live charcoals under the tree and occasionally sprinkle some fine flour sulphur up on the coals Many growers plant tansy about the roots of the shade or fruit trtes and declare it to be efficient in keep ing away the pests and insects This plan is said to be in general favor in the southePerhaps an old and very simple methods remains to bestated namely that of whitewashing the trunk of the tree bItsalve in the house Sunburn cutse tWittskeep a box on hand at all times ton proyjde for emergencies For years the standard but followed by many imitators Be sure you get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Bryan Assessed on 95000 Lincoln Neb July 4The material wealth of William Jennings Bryan in his suburban is over 50000 while downtowna he has 22000 worth of c fhis an increase over that is of last year and is represented in a large part by his real estates MrIBryans personality is fixed at including cash in banks 3000 slxp rlteen2 corn 5 hay 10 jewelry diamonds and silverware 500 household goods 3000 firearms 150 dogs 10 watches and clocks 300 carriages and wagons 700 The Commoner is on the assessment II rolls at 22250 ic Try a little Kodol for Dyspepsia after your meals See the effect ItCI Bbyyour stomach to get itself into shape Many stomachs are overworked to the point where they refuse to go further Kodol digests your food and gives your stomach the rest it needs while its rccon structive properties get the stomach back into working order kodol relieves flatulence tour stomach palpi of the heart belching etch by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Odd Eating Customs Brazilians never cat when they get drink nor drink wnen they cats and tartars continually persist in a guest by the car until he she Maldive islanders retire to the SUPPORTits COlTS EMULSION servo M a es bridge to carry the weakened and starved system along until It can find u firm support In ordinary food Beadier free umpl pa4O1N1Ssec 11 Ky darkest part of the houses and hang curtains about them so that noneof their fellowmen may see them at their meal markIsame time and the King of Loango used to tat and drink in two scpar ate houses s ThejPhilippine islander will not eats meal alone Whenenver a Fil ipino finds himself without a corn pinion with whom to eat he willab strain from eating until he has found oneA sweet breath adds to the joys of a kiss You wouldnt want to kiss your wife mother or sweetheart with a bud breath You cant have a healthly stomach without perfect digestion There is only one remedy- e that digests what you eat and makes the breath as sweet as a roseand that remedy is Kodol for Dyspepsia It is a relief for sour stomach palpitation of the heart and other ail ments arising from disorder of the stomachand digestion Take a lit tie Kodol after your meals and see ZnWayne Grillin Bro 0 AHandsomeCataiogandIllustrated Unit requesting it a handsome Catalog and Writesor Address the Bowling Green Business KyIThe Solids in Milk I Where the dairyman sells milk from a herd it is impossible for him to be always informed regarding the quality of the milk produced by his cows as they differ greatly each cow being an individual to be conTsidcred Even the solids are ex mpt as they are not uniform ia the relative proportion of fat caseine etc while their value depends upon the preferences of the buyer TheTfat in the milk is the portion by the consumer to give r greatest value yet the purchas r while being guarded in securing proper proportion of solids may all that he expected and yet receive milk as rich in cream asIhis neighbor who procured milk containing the same proportions of solid matter and while it may be the case that milk is fully up to all the requirements of the law yet the purchaser will be no wiser than beIfore The dairyman can not guarantee a certain grade of milk daily 11 its quality is not fully within his a To estimate milk by the Ifliquidsmer that he receives all to which he entitled as it is an actual fact tilessthe milk in quality when its value is considered May Live 100 Years n Too chances for a full BMrsMe now 70 years old She writes T Electric Bitters cured me of Chron 3 Dyspepsia of 20 years standing I and made me feel as well and strong- as ayoung girl Electric Bitters E Stomach and Liver diseases disorders General Debility bodily weakness Sold on a g guarantee at Z Wayne Griffin 8 Bros drug store Price only 50c1 Housewifery I relfrigeratordoor of it Flatleigh laughed Of course exclaimed Mrs FlatleJgh bridling at once a man jio interest in saving his wifes Steps my I But possibly he can appreciate the advantage of her being able to dinner half an hour quickerI through not having to run other part of the house every time wonders how her hair is looking- or I her apron behind or some thing I Puck I I Secure a Good Position A commendable feature of the Bowling Green University Bowling Green Ky is that it not only gives students a thorough and practical education but also secur for them pleasant and profitable =employment upon grad a t i on Any one 1111shouldUniversity Bowling Green I 8f n W beenIn0 0 and lias been mado under Ills per sonal supervision since its lufancy JY CrelY Allow no one to deceive you lit this hutExlcrlmcntsInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Paregoric Drops ami Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ngo is its guarantee It destroys Worms WiutlColictlJOStomachThe Childrens PasaceaTho Mothers FriendrGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S Hearst the Signature ofe44 The Kind Ton Hare Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 7 aura OTMV TV MUfHIAr urea II tW roan CltT e 1 t OUR CLUBBING RATES p RETTJITLICAJJ and Louisville Hemld125rH- E REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 riiE REVUBLICAJT and CourierJournal 150 rilE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 HE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 IHE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 IRE REPUBLICAN and Tvicea Weck Owensboro Inquirer 176 rUE REPUBLICAK and Daily Owonsboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLSCAJJ and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 176 REPUBLICAN and NationalJMagaxine 150 Address all orders to a THE REPUBLICAN D RgE 8 BULNDALX T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFINtSi When in Louisville Itr r STOP GiIfce Home for Ohio County People Elegant VCCOLLINS GRIFFIN Props CI EJ tIT i OftYODIIHUNTlNQTRIP pa toLmwrhi eSTE- VUN5IJoUIacnuc werrk- eatrr s tam pSStahilA9 PI870L8 ifton SBBfo BftOO SHOiaCKS lna Tate UOO At6 yvAelm iLae ser r r rom on nrwk U vuIflarou- cmaaWlavaYf 4SxnRedirect r MiMrr ttn ptf r rr4ett llald friftU w m Itaip irtwr1LlOpqw- utogpia I Our UM ctl tim attCttaat H wtlbe- Ntl rla r+tl 0110 Wer J STK7B5B JOOS JUHl TOWi co- 7aaassCUcop tL7tL tlSVIR- ASubscribe for THE ARTFORD RBPUBLI N 100 per year in1 1vl ace t 1 r 1TheIndianapolis 11 4 t Peoria 0A Chicago It Toledo DetroitCleveland r I Buffalo n IfIr And all other points East I Information cheerfully fur CityTicket259 Fourth avenue or write to j S J GATES f Genl Agent Passenger Dept Louisville Ky H J RHEIN r General Passenger Agent 0ivaler h I Korfol Dyspeps1aCrePigetts what you eat yr7 Itw 6 Hartford Republican lined by the llnrtlnnl lnhllhlagCompiin patnwrlRA rrnl CiW nt llETTI Edllor- C K SMITH I Et rnotE O Cumballand a4- ZLourh 17r32FRIDAY JULY 6 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are anthorltrd tn innonnrvS A AXDK NON of Wnt Hartford Jreclnct n cmullda for lleprwmtatlr In the lenrrnl Aurmbly Irom thlitbeSttthilUtrlctiutilKt to tbe iutlun 01 the Ilrpnbllran party- lVeareantborteed to ntmouncr CIAIIKN EVEESE nf Sbiere Precinct n cindldnte 10 Kpre ntatlTe In the General AMwroblj Iom thli tbe Mtb dllrlet subject to the action 01 tbe Republican party Examine the label on your paper If It Is not correct notify us THE squeezeless waltz is no doubt to be followed by the kissless lass IT is better to go down to defeat fighting for the right than win when you are wrong HAVING decided upon a lock canal in Panama Uncle Sam must be care ful and not lose the key CONGRESS no doubt thought when Bailey and Tillman were about to pull hair it was time to adjourn MR THAWS faculty for getting into trouble has about convinced us that there may be something m a name after all THE base ball season has just j struck Hartford A little late but plenty of time yet for a number of braked hands and heads CAN it be possible that a vinegar plant in Louisville has been making whiskey through mistake and sell- ingt it to innocent customers IF the same interest among Re publicans exists in all the counties of the 4th district as in Ohio county the nominee of the Hodgensville Convention can and will be elected SENATOR ELKINS says the world will yet banish poverty That will be alright for us but what is to become of the inhabitants of the planet to which all the poverty is banished SENATOR BAILEY thinks the Presi dent gets a great deal more salary than he is worth This is the opinion also of Judge Parker Mr Rockefel ler the Railway magnates and beef barons Wte Stevens not rush matters too much on the Panama canal What a joke it would be to have it finished before the Kentucky State Capitol and the Louisville filtering plant FOR several years the Republican party in Louisville has been dominat ed by Dick Knott It will never win a victory until it shakes his leader ship The only times it has ever Carried the city he was on the other side DICK KNOTT has about decided he will not support Major Owens because he is being supported by some Republicans whom Dick has abused for several years because they were not supporting Republi can nominees ABOUT the only issue left for the Democrats to fall back upon is the tariff Thinking that the people have forgotten the soup house period they are now about to try and fool them some more Next time they will no doubt resurrect the 16 to 1 or bust platform A FEW da sagoprominent Democrat of the county dropped in to our office and handed us a dollar for a years subscription to THE RE PUBLICAN at the same time stating that he didnt care about the poli f tics he simply wanted the news This is only a tipical case of the many good men who are coming to us ir respective of politics a KENTUCKY lost a bright young man in the death of lion R W Miller at Richmond last week Mr 4 Miller was the right hand man of Senator McCreary and made the t race for Speaker of the House last 1winter as the antiBeckham candi date Had he lived he would have taken a prominent part in the coming struggle between the two factions in j the Democratic party IN their fight for a voice in State e e r lr legislation the Republicans gained I their first victory at Bowling Gree Tuesday Circuit Judge Gallowa granted the temporary injunctio prayed for in the petition of Anderson holding the recent legislativ redistricting act unconstitutiona The case will now come up on motion to make permanent the iojuni tion and wjll then go to the Court of Appeals This contest which is nothing more than an effort to pre vent taxation without representation should have the support of all fair minded men no matter to what party they may belong THROUGH their agents at Louisville the Republican big four intended to nominate one Clayto Blakey for Congress Blakey is a fairly popular Republican and has done some good party service but he could not carry the load of tho Ma chine He was also supported by Dick Knott which made him stil more odious and he went down un der an avalanche of votes It wil be thus in every Congressional dis trict in Kentucky as soon as Con ventions can be held The days of the present Republican dynasty in Kentucky are already numbered j The Evening Post has for years con sistently abused every Republican ir the State who dared oppose the nomination of an exDemocrat for office Now that Major Owen who is the ablest one of the Democrats who came to us on the money question has been nominated in a Convention which was called and conducted by the machine the Post gives unmistakable signs of bolting him Its evident that Mr Knott will have to be seen some more if he gives hIs support to the Republican nominee in Louisville this fall His open reasons for not supporting Major Owen are that he was supported by some men who have heretofore bolted fusion candidates Nice position but perfectly consistent for tile Post J THE FRANKFORT MACHINE- In his opening speech at New- Castle last week Attorney General lays who is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor pays his respects to the State I Machine in a vigorous manner He also promises to make it warm for his friends at Frankfort all during I the campaign Among other things the General calls attention I commis11sion agances of the Beckham crowd in onnection with the new Capitol and increase in salaries He says the new revenue law is a farce and places a tax on everything from the palace to the widows cabin and was I made necessary in order to furnish alaries for unnecessary officers and- o run unnecessary Commissions as adjuncts to the State Machine Of the State Machine he says There is a machine at Frankfort iclfstyled the Democrotic party butt is our contention that its policies md principles are not Democratic hat it does not represent or reflect the principles and policies which the Democratic party in Kentucky be ieve and in this canvass I will show you that it does not act like a Democrat however much it may talk like a Democrat and that in fact it is not a Democrat A MEAN TRICK About two months ago our County udge received notice from the Democratic State Board of Equalization to the effect that the farm lands in- Ohio county had been raised 20 percent on the assessed value and fixing a day upon which witnesses from the county might be heard to show ause why the raise should not stand udge Taylor appointed David More land Rowan Holbrook and C M Barnett to represent the county I These gentlemen appeared and after nuking statements to the Board and pointing out the fact that the mountof 157000 which represent ed the amount raised by the Co- untyHoods Sarsaparilla is unquestionably the greatest blood and Ever medicine known It positively and permanently ures every humor from Pimples to Scrofula lb is the BestI Blood Medicine L Board had not been credited the cut the raise to 10 per cent Thi would have saved the tax payers oi the county about 4000 Now till Sheriff is notified that the personal poperty of the county has been rais ed 10 per cent This was done ji t before the Board adjourned and till County Judge was not notified of any such intention and no mention was made in reference to vel sonal property when the witnessel appearedThis certainly a mean contempt able piece of business We havc been given no chance to be heartland they have merely taken 10 percent off the farmers land and placll it on his horses mules and cow Such is our treatment under this Democratic State Administration Honor Roll The following persons have rc membered us in a substantial ws on subscription since our last issue C 11 Everly Point Pleasant Ed Render Livermore C E Crowde Horton W S Hacket Livermore H Everly Point Pleasant I P Bar nard Louisville H A Park Clea Run T F Simmons Henshaw Ky Miss DIe Brown South McAlester I T and J H Thomas Hartford w e Notice We the members of the colored Baptist church at Hartford Ky hereby in the name of the doI appeal to the white citizens of ford for help We have purchase I another building site viz the Tay lor lot in Hayti Please help us bulk for we are out of doors Any thing given money or material will be gratefully received and in order to guard against fraud we hereby give the names of the only persons from this date henceforth legally author ized to solicit aid from the whIte people ROSANA CIIINN SARA BACON 1IFLEMING MAY T OMA J WALLACEI ComI S P LOCKE Pastor H L HUNTER ClerkIWORD July 4Mrs Angelia Graves le Louisville and Mrs Dollie Pate ol this place returned home last week from Rough River locks where they visited friends and relatives for several days 1 Mrs Carrie Williams of Cawley La and Miss Dora Gibson of Beaver I Dam visited Mrs Coleman Sun lay Mis Jim May died the 20th ult and was buried at Mt Carmel Saturday Funeral was preached by Rev RatcliffBorn to the wife of Luther King June 24 a fine girl John Blair and wife visited their son at Goshen Monday and return- edTuesdayMrs Bales is visiting her parents at Clear Run Mrs Rosco King of Bells Run visited her parents G W Jewell and wife Saturday and Sunday John Blair went to Central City Monday night and returning home TuesdayFrank Chinn and wife Mrs Mollie Patton John Dooley Miss Maggie Stroude of Heflin and Mrs Will Ellis of Owensboro visited Mrs Mary Newton Saturday NOCREEK July 4The Local Union of A S of E met Saturday night and elect ed delegates to the district and coun ty Unions J F Tinsley W F Stevens and Ben Chamberlin were elected to the district union at Clear Run and J P Foster J W Sande fur and Jacob Shepard was elected to attend the county union at Hart fordJoe Park closed his singing school at this place Sunday We under sand that Mr Park will begin anoth er school here the Third Sunday ir AugustMrs J W Hudson and Mrs B S I Chamberlain went to see their sister Mrs Annie Sandefur near Liver- moreI Sunday who is very ill with- a paralytic stroke I David Moreland and J A Johnson have purchased anew threshing ma- chineI and will begin threshing wheat soon Mr A L Stevens returned to her i home at Roy Rob Sunday after spending a few days visiting relatives and friends here Miss Annie Moreland is visiting her sister Mrs James Tanner irI I DwensboroT Henshaw Union thisI0 n a4 rex this weekY e M C A Rally The Committee on Sulphur Springs Rally July 15 announce that some excellent speakers have been secured and new attractions added for the occasion this year Prepare to go Something interesting for ungai oldSee posters and programe for full particularsA allday meeting Dont miss it I INoticeAuditors cer Ohio count and am ready to collect same Under the new revenue law enacted by the recent Legislature I will be compelled to have all taxes collected at an earlier date than ever before so have the money ready to settle at first call R B MARTIN Sheriff Ohio Co A fine bnuss Imiul will entertain the iruwd It tho hig town lot sale next Saturday Mr Tom Dohannnn of Louis ville will be the nuti ncrl Moss and Thompson Plasterers and contractors satisfaction guaranteed Phone 29 or leaver Dam Plaining Mill C- oC1Lt9Tt1RI1LBeen theeta Kind Ytl eau ants BVJI B Y41IU ugnitnteQuarterly Report or rIlE Ohio County Bank AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINES ON JUNE30TH 1906 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 4s62 6I Overdrafts secured 2rf90 Overdrafts unsecured 7379 Due from National Banks 7C5K1 Due from State banks j and Bankers 1 28605 Banking House and Lot SOOOOfl I they Real Estate 250000 Other Stocks and Bonds 80503i ipecie Oui n lIICurrency Exchange for Clearings 1 14SO Other items carried as cash 43JU56 Furniture and Fixture 50000 Debts in suit 1 19080 Total 7949978 I LIABILITIES i Cap Stock paid inin cash 1350000 Jndivided Profits 3992 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 1422591 Time certificates of depos its on which interest- is paid 4904199 6326790 Due National Banks 10010 Sills rediscounted 259186 Capital Stock not paid 150000 Total 7949978 HCIItKMKNTAItV I ilithf f militant of luJrlitrdnmn ot anr totkhoMrr Inll nniiHiiy or Silo Ihi Indliig In tbe llnMIHr of th cuui my or Inn the liability ot thrlmllvlilnnl Difinlwm herrof I Ulrrctly or Imllnttly If ouch Inilrlit ilnnn u1I2u I rr rrnt ill CHpltiil otixk irluiillv mill Innnil iirtunl iiiiionut of iir duaofthabank Sour IHWiintlimr Kriiluikjr 8tiitutrn n HlKtiot nmount ot liiilolilcdnwn ol any Irrrtornr offlcrr If amount ot curb IniUbt Inwexteede10 reu4ol pilMup rniltnl tork of lIlIkSa Sw Krctlnn BM Kentucky Htiittitr a 4 MowIaaanuearerd B linen iiiiinunt ot Inilrlitnliivoi ot any rmon cot pflUyjor Htm Imluillnic In llilln duty ol theannpnny or eau ol the Individ ill member thereof exceed 3D I ierient of inldUiCHittnl and mtanl oorllu1Sul- Iu tnttf amount ot nuih Indebtednefn 7 Vernnll expeuea toes Interent nnd mm deducted threlroin before ilrelnrliiR Ivldendnnd Himnot le thiui 10 I ierrenl 0111 iirnflt ol the hunk fur the ierlod rnv red liy the dividend sordid to the nrdnii unit before mild dividend iu declnreil None declared Nye Scrtlun tat Kentucky HtHtiilte itnleof Kentnekvl oinly otOklo J 111 K Con 1reoldent Ohio County Ilnnk n lank located and doing bunluwn In the city ol lartford In enld county IwInK duly nourn nyn be foregoing report la In nllreiipectiiii triitxtate rent ul the condition of the mild llaik nt the lone ol IniHlneHH on the illitli lily of lime 8HI to the bent of hb knowledBO and toilet nod arther KIIVH that the hnidiiei of Hiild Hank him two trniinmted at tlmlocil lion namedIIII1 ou- tIwheronndtlplllhrhorrrepnrl1 innde III oinpllnniv with an ottlcliil notice remlved froii the Kerretiiryot State devlKiintlnc the Mint day f June 11KUI aM the day on tyhlch unch nh nirf Mull be ninde S K fiix lri ldent- SnlicHlied Mlhl Hwlirn oJ befall me by S K in iluStli day of July IHI- JIIIN rMniniKlV I O t- Hy Ioniinl Son expire lannary IN1 ix 1ItnrSLI I K K II IIKHKAII IHrci torn Z WAnt linmi I 3ax a Oila 2 a a a 4taIi4xa terre will make one Come a afa In a aIfM 4- V Have you ever thought how eon tented you would feel how well you itpp your friends to see you p dressed in one of our new Suits The x xpt most sUilllui tiilurs have all done x xp their very best for you Come in x axJIIII at 500 8150 750 85081000 x x r2250xE r KING OUAIITYSHOESFOR MEN x3C I x Beaver Dam x CccccccaCillQuarterly Report OF TIm ROCIPOBT DEPOSIT BANK At the Close of Business on the 30th Day of June 1906 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 3143707 Overdrafts secured None Overdrafts unsecured 39747 Due from National Banks 1306563 Due from State Banks and bankers 241120 1547683 Banking house and lot 250051 Specie 79675 Currency 190000269675 Furniture and Fixtures 197339 Fund to pay taxes 5899 Current Expenses Last Quarter 76110 Total 5530211 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1500000 Surplus fund 43922- Undivided profits 131722 Due depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 2532884 Saving deposits on which interest is paid1018683 3551567 Bill rediscounted 300000 I Total 5530211- SUPPLEMENTARYI i Highest amount of indebt I edness of any stockholder I or firm including I in the liability of the company or firm the liabili ty of tho individual members thereof directly or indirect l if such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount ot surplus of the bank None Highest amount of indebt J fly It s lJi edness of any director or ofii eel if amount of such in debtedness exceeds 10 per centof paidup capital stock of bank None See Sec 583 Ky Statutes Does amount of indebted ness of any person company or firm including inthe liabil ity of the company or firm the of the individual members thereof exceed capital No Amount of last dividend 120000 Were all expenses loves interest taxes deducted declaringdividend nelprofits od covered by the dividend carried to the ttiiil before said dividend was declared Yes See Section 596 Ky Statues tCounty S3 RockportDepositdoing business at No Main street in countybeingreport is in all regpeLs a true state ment of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1906 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted JI1C the location named und not else where and that the above report is made in compliance with an notice received from tho Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1906 as the day on which such report shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by E L Dupuy the 2nd day of July 1906 KyMy 20 1910 Louis ROGERs D F Ginus Directors P luiit jW e i Subscribe for Tim REPUBLICAN era I Ii pairs Basement i To make the socalled lull months busy ones at our I store NVO are going to ollinolllu big inducumunts for economical buyers in our basement Head carefully every article and you willreadily see that we areollbr ing for lOc what usually costs you 25u t n I SPECIALS 1 tEnamel Ware A 4qt guaran teed enameled lipped saucepan full size two coats of beauti ful gray mottling on heavy steel base a 25 cent nr meonly Gray Enamel Wash Bowls A self evident bargain One that you can not OVerI i 4 Chinaware Something nec e sary In every household Fine platest J Cups and Sau J cCnIDeICrt Dish t es Cake Plates t Meat Dishes lowIOCi 16qt extra deep Pudding Pan 1 Made of good quality tinGoods that tell every 10ctoJ n u Basement undries 25c Buggy Whips lOc 75ft wirojClothesline lOc lOCIIStool Fry PanslOc 11 Sill spanned waitursl O- c12oz Glass Tumblers lOc Cab Picture Frames lOc Iron Bread Pans lOc Tin Ten Rettle3104C- omb and HnwhTrnyalOc Flour iftor8lOc Muffin Paw lOc Chair Bottoms lOc oOlb Spring ealeslOc- Big Size WhiskBrooms lOc Feather Dusters lOc Comb and Brushes lOc these our pay you AT f a- r 1 4 FRIDAY JULY C Tablo North Nolrlhl t40niii Soltl 1illHl s m No Su1Iln 1pn NolWlnS4Sp III f111 I114 p la Shoes at big saving Sam Bach Mens Suits at at Sam Bachs City Restaurant the genu ine Coca Cola Mr John Blair called to see us Cheese and at City Restaurant Fairs White Silk is the best in HartfonL Fruits and course you get them at City Restaurant J Tf Davis made us a pleasant call I Do try City Ice Cream and Sb good My my I those Fish and Steak Meals at City Rastaurant Aint they good Sam W Leach Rob Roy called to see us while in town Mon day The most Soda Foun tain in town is at ZWayno Drug Store Mrs F E Keown infant daugh ter and sister are the guests of rela tives in Butler aryYgn v r A PtiAiSI TinwareI quality tin full size patent bot J tom with black h an die Actual val ue 25c price Pan A 5qt gray en amel on a heavy steel L base extra deep with wide flaring sides A good staple fast Felling worth 25c 0priceU I t Glasswaret Our big flyer assortment made ofheavybrilliantfirepolished consisting of Pitch rz Salad tStandsDishes etc Great worth 25 Our only price centsf Cqt plain pal lipI kettle good Made with a good sub 1handleited in ears A r foriOConly C t All are only in Basement It will to trade The Bargain neater Jrrwrrrr t 2Y t trmfp11ttftrt H1111rtHC Hartford Republican Illinois Central RallroadTlme RoHolIllIond 1VJuer0Opm Reliable at clearance prices handles Buford Monday Sausage Crackers 36inch Candies of Mr Sunnydale Monday Oh my Restaurants Sherbet Assessor uptodate Griffins I enameled onlyU Pudding pudding Vases quality found county Something nice in New Belts ant Collars at Fains i Why not try some of our 3 Lawns at Carson Cos i Esq W P Render Matanzas call ed to see us Monday IPlenty of thin Dress Goods at thin prices at Carson Cos Lots of Summer Clothing at reduced prices at Carson Co The best Mohairs for Silk are at qualitiesiCarpets Mattings and Curtains at Fairs i A big lot of Masons Fruit Jars at the correct prices at Carson Co Call at Z Wayne Griffins Drug- Store for all kinds of cool drinks Attractive values in our Clothing department SAM BACH Capable Hatable Wearable to suit you in a hat or cap SAM BACHI Selling good Shoes at small prices call on us and try a pairSAM BACH Ice Cream Sherbet and Cakes at City Restaurant Cold drinks of all kinds Moore Crabtree the meat men handle Salt Coal Oil and pure Apple Vinegar 50t2 Mrs J F Vickers Owensboro is the guest of her sister Mrs Heber Matthews City Get your meals and lunches at the City Reastaurant Most uptodate place in Hartford Mr W D Moore Louisville is the guest of his parents Mr arid Mrs W H Moore City Esq Ben Chamberlain Nocreek called to see us Monday Esq J D Wilcox Rockport made us a pleasant call Monday u Mr Z Wayne Griffin was in Louisville the first of the week Buy your American Lady Corset Fairs sole agents for them Mr II H W Chapman Taffy was a pleasant caller Monday u Some attractive specials in Fairs basement Everything 5c mind lOc Selling the big lot of Lawns tha we are selling at 10 cts at Carson Co If you are preparing for housekeeping see Carson Co for furniture What about new Suits for sum mer wear Fairs can fit you at low prices Mr C E Crowder Hot ton made us quite a pleasant caller while in town Monday Mr C M Everly Point Pleasant made us a pleasant call while In town Monday Dr D W King Nashville Tenn was the guest of friends in Hartford the first of the week Mr J L Carson returned Mon day from a weeks visit at Pleasant Ridge Utica Owensboro and other pointsMr u Charlie Bach the genial tale clerk for Sam Bach left the first of the week for a two weeks visit in Louisville Mrs Dr T D Renfrew and chil hen Herman and Helen of Earl ington Ky are the guests of Dr and Mrs S J Wedding Sheriff R B Martin has received notice from the State Auditor toI proceed with the collection of the taxes for the present year Dont forget that Sanders wil give you a better dinner than another place in town and it only cos you locts At Saunders grocery Elsewhere in these colums appears the program of the Ohio Count Teachers Institute to be held nt Hartford July 16 to 21 inclusive Messrs David Moreland and J A Johnson passed through Hartford Wednesday with their threshing ma chine which they recently purchased County Clerk Tinsley has appointed Odie Allen as Deputy Clerk for the Smallhous neighborhood Mr Allen is well qualified for the posi tion Moore Crabtree the meat men have added to their stock a splendid line of first class Family Groceries Call on them when you need any thing in thin line 50ti Mrs Nancy King City Mrs Sarah King Buford Mrs Cloi Sharp Westerfield and Mrs Lucy King Calhoun were the guests of Mrs EJ Hudson City Saturday Esquire J A Park who has been on assignment at Caneyville as Store keeper Guager for several months returned home last Sunday He will spend the summer with his fam ilp here Miss Dora Gibson Mrs Carrie Williams and Mr and Mrs Henry Fields visited Mrs Dr J S Coleman who is quite ill of paralysis at the home of her daughter Mrs J E Magan of Buford last Sunday Young men with small sal try can buy a lot in Hartford Saturday July 7th at the big lot sale of the Hartford Land ife Iepprgveneent Co One fourth cash balance on time Sale to begin at U30 a IIi FOR SALEEleven head of horses twentyfive riggs one fine Jack half interestin one Peacock Stallion four lots in Centertown farm of 40 acres i mile from Centertown and two houses on lots in Centertown erms reasonable and easy F M ALLEN 5114 Center town Ky Sixtylour lots centrally located in Havtfort within two squares of the Court Housb will be sold Saturday July 7th Thou will be the time to buy you a lot in town on easy pILment3IItI to begin at 930 ani Mr H A Park Clear Run was a pleasant caller Wednesday Prof tL M Shultz is at home af ter an extended stay in Toledo Ohio What about 125 Black and Navy Blue Taffetta Silk 36inches wide at 1 at Fairs Good time to buy White Goods Swisses Val Laces etc at Fairs Special prices Once a customer always a custo mar is the City Restaurants motto We treat you white Say Did you try Cold Drinks at Saunders grocery I should say so I never drink any where else An Ice Cold Drink of Soda Cream at Z Wayne Griffins will make life worth living this hot weather Mr M L Heavrin was called to Cincinnatti Wednesday on account of the serious illness of his brother Leave your laundry at Cleve IIers grocery Work guaranteed Promp delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf The Hartford and Central City baseball teams wilt cross bats at the Hartford grounds Saturday after noon Coca Cola Lime Juice Orang Ice and any other cold drink you may like made to order at Z Wayn GriffinsJust of it Saunders sells 181b of standard granulated suga for 100 and yu get a ticket worth five cents Nobby Hats for men at small pri ces and you can find just the Hat you are looking for here SAM BACH Rev A J Williams will lecture at the Central Grove church Sunday afternoon July 8th at 4 oclock on Sunday school work For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address J P MILLEK Hartford Ky 38tf Several valuable news letters and items of intereet had to be omitted from this issue for want of space We will have plenty of room next week 4 James P Thomas Cashier Louis ville Customs office visited his fath er E P Thomas Monday and while here received his second degree in Masonry The Ohio Counnty Sunday School Convention which convened at the Hartford Baptist church Monday and Tuesday was quite an interest ing meeting LoSTBetween Hartford and Beaver Dam last Friday morning anew pair of check lines Finder wil please return to Sandefur Co Hartford Ky Messrs I C Adair and J D Cooper Fordsville were in Hartford Friday and Saturday looking afte the interest of the light plant which is owned by them Mr and Mrs W J Persley and son returned to their home at Cadiz KyTuesday after several days vis it to Mrs Persleys parents Mr and Mrs E P Thomas Frank Foreman gave a fourth of July party to the boys and girls of the younger set at his home Wed nesday evening which was enj yet by a large number of his young friends Quite a number of I Hartford pec pie went to the Rough river locks Wednesday to spend the 4th Others went to the Hocker Bluff and made a merry picnic crowd So many persons went away to spend the day itwas generally remarked that the town had a very deserted appearance In another column will be found the statements of Rockport Deposit Bank and the Ohio County Bank The Rockport Bank is a new institu tion but its management deserves great credit as will be observed from its splendid showing The Ohio County Bank is an old and well established bank recently reorganized under the laws of Kentucky Everybody knows the solid reputation of Capt Cox as a financier Mr E E Crabtree and Mrs Inez Ward will be united in marriage at at the home of the bride in Hartford next Sunday morning at 9 oclok Rev G J Bean will be the officiating Clergyman Mr Crabtree is a member of the firm of Moore Crabtree meat deajerss in Hortford and is well known here Mrs Ward KingInndis I iELEGANTLY At Underselling Prices have a suit for you No matter how IWo to please or how exciting you may be hardiyou exactly what you want just the olor you like best at the price you pay It only remains for you to come and pick it out Bear wen in mind that we sell the latest style 4 5 and most reliabc goods Clothing is our main 4 trade the trade that we depend onso we strive hard o satisfy and please our customers by giving them good goods for the least money Wo dont r 4 5 claim to sell DLO Suits for 85 but we do claim to sell goods at prices that are worth every dollar 4 5 you pay for them We have found out that it does not pay to deceive the people by selling them shod 1 dy goods for small prices for you do not get your moneys worth no matter what price you pay so 4 5 we now handle Clothing that is made by the best eastern clothing manufacturers who make the best fl clothes only and we sell them at the very lowest prices that we can afford to sell them at 7 I ShoeslOur motto w to sell good Shoes It makes no difference to us what style of shoe you want wheth or a LoW Shoe or a High Shoea Patent Leather or a1 Plain Leather we have it and can give you a choice out of a large and complete stock of Footwear We would be glad to fit you with a pairYrProper Headgear for Men A search ot a Spring Hat Then quit scarcliinj IIn We have everything that is new and sty 4 Spring Hats We have Straw Hats and Felt crowns that you can push in brims that you can pull down Telescopes Fedoras broad Brims Light and Dark Colors for young and old Charges satisfactory r Have YJ 3 5 n Ou Shirts We have a large and fashionable stock of Mens Summer Shirts in neat Stripes Figures Checks and Plain Colors prices 50c to 200 We have the 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 I I I 4 SAM BACHI The Mens Furnisher i Hartford Ky The available lots within the corporate limits of Hartford recently purchased from the J A Thomas estate by Rowan Holbrook and others will be sold Saturday July 7 Beautiful lots centrally located Buy you a lot then and save the advance in price after the railroad is complet mustIto begin vi 930 or The Condition OF THE BEAVER DAM DEPOSIT BANK- Of Beaver Dam Ky at the Close of Busl ness- June301908 RESORCES Loans and Discounts 13257767 Overdrafts 59821 Cash 10999432 Stock and Bonds 15000 I Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 200000 Total 24532020 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 2500000 Surplus and Undivided profits 1643575 Dividened 1250 Deposits 20263445 Total 124532020- Account solicited Correspond a r c j i i M ifrt 41 r rJoI ence Promptness arid Accui Guaranteed Write to them if have an account to open or desire p8 borrow any money tt Quarterly ReportwOF THE Bank of Hartfoid At the Close of Business on the 30th day of Jnly 1906R- ESOURCES Loans and Discounts 173435J Overdrafts tWSJA Due from Banks and cash on hands 675002 Checks for remittance 8 OZ Furniture and fixtures lOMJW Banking house and lot 3OJJII Total 24G8MS LIABILITIES Capital stock 40000 iiW Surplus 1200UW1322R Undivided profits Deposits 19301 J Due Banks 7Z2- 1G05JDividened No 38 i Total 24588LJB r Subscribed and sworn to befdne me by Jno T Moore the 30th day off June 190G MARY T SMITH Notary Public Ohio Couty Kp My Commission as Notary PutlTo expires March 12 1910 JNO T MOORE Cashier ROWAN HOLBKOOK Director H P TAYLOR Director JNO C THOMAS Director JW FORD Director r- I ji uitk 1iIikCW ittl POPULAR NOTION EXPLODED Idea Thnt Pastors Sons Usually Oo Ruinous Route Quickest la Scoffed At It has long been a ioiiilar no tiou that elirgvmiiis situs are less ilikely to achieru distinction in lift than the children of laynun sa the Detroit News This is prob iibly due to the fact that when a clergymans son goes to the dogs in a fashion that attracts public notice his fathers calling is al ways lugged into the story but ulien the son of a lawyer or of 1 member of any other profession disgraces himself III a similar way 110 account is taken of the rrla tioimhip Bishop Welldon has proved the popular notion to be a fallacy In an article which he Jius just published in the Fnrt iiightly Heview in London Ill shows that against the 510 and a770 children of lawyers and doc 1 orb respectively who have won eminence in English history 10sons of the parsonage have at tained fame The list includes uniong philosophers Cud worth Hartley Hobbes Iteid Dugald Stewart Thomas Hill Green mill Henry Sidgwick in art Sir Joshua Reynolds mill Sir Christo pher Wren among the poets Hen Tonson Fletcher Marvcll Ot way Thompson Tickell Comper and Tennyswn among the historians Allison Fuller Hallam Hubert son and Fronde among the novel jEts Charles Kiuigsey GERMANYS TOWNS AHEAD More Cities of 100000 People or Over Than Any Other Country Any city of more than 1000011 inhabitants is considered great city Of these Germany has more than any other country namely 41 Great liritain and the United States have M each Then then I is a break until we reach Itussia with 1C France with 15 Italy with 12 and Japan and Austria Hungary with S each When the present German em pire was founded in 1871 Ger many lund only live such cities but by 10 they numbered Pin of theta had more than JillO lion population each llcrlin for instance has more than i0lllinhabitants The next largest is Hamburg SOOOIIO followed by Munich Dresden and Leipsic In live years ICrtipps town of Essen has increased Jill per cent Colgne with It s llli000 people lias lund an astonishing jrowth i Good Common Law 4One of tIll absurdities of the law was strikingly illustrated at I Shrewsbury nuarter sessions re cently when a man was charged with stealing a quantity of lead from till veranda of an empty house The lend said till Ifecord er was attached to the veranda and thereby becaiut jjart of tin freehold As part of tilt freehold the lead was land III the eye of the Jaw Land could not be stolen und therefore the prisoner could not be convicted of larceny Ac cording to the Recorder the only remedy of the owner against a person taking lead from the roof of 11 building is to bring a civil ac tion for damages Truly the law is a bass if it was tItIIctlnlll11- 0wlI III thllollaSlIllll1lol1rllJ1h Pauper Clergymen Some remarkable statements regarding pauperism among the clergy of till Church of England are obtained in a pamphlet issued by Itev Henry J Swallow honor ary secretay of the Clergy Provi dent union With tIll permission of the local government hoard Mi Kwallow applied to Till unions and asylums III England and Wales for particulars as to the number of pauper clergymen who had been admitted during till last ten years The result was to 1t111I1I1Icounty and borough pauper asy lums and Ill into union work houses Proof of the Pudding Itheih rather like that young Doubleday lie has a good ilrm mouth utah chin Myrtle Goodness Has he been kissing you too The Dogs of Ireland It is estimated that the hogs ol Ireland contain the equivalent ofI t r fiOOOOOO tons of coal ten tons or peat being worth a ton of ordinary coal WHAT TUSKECEE IS DOING Splendid Progress Made In the Educational Institution for Col ored People Tuskegeo institute was July 4 1SS1 with one teacher ii 1111I ao pupils lVt that time Itooker Washington in Worldi Work it had neither land noi buildings nothing hut the 1OUI II year granted by tIll IahamaII legislature Even the shanty and the old which its first sessions were tOll ducted were lent I the colored people of the ilIail i It was not long howevel hlj fore the school acquired a small tract of land The lest piece of live stock which it became pos sessed of was an old blind mule the of a white nina in the neigiiborlwd This represented till capital of the HlltmlIAt the close of till school year last May it owned L000 acres of land St buildings large I1m11 small used as dwellings tories classrooms shops and barns which together with the equipment live stock stock in tiade and other persona prop erty were valued at about 88 stlh2 This does not include 000 acres of public land remain lug unsold from tIll JiiOOU ed by congress valued at liUlln1I- Itll the endowment fund which amounted lThti4 January 1 1100 01 SPRING WINES ARE MADE Family Brews That Are from Various Growths 1reparedI Homemade wines will be turned out busily as long as till spring lasts Dandelion wine birch wine coltsfoot wine ginger and clover and poppy and a dozen other wines will lie made this spring by many a Housewife after i a recipe handed down in her fam ily for generations There is an incredible number of these wholesome and pure homemade wines Every state in fact is renowned for some wine that is never sold on the market that nut only be obtained in the cellars of oldfashioned houses Among these famous brews are ginger wine green ginger win sage wine turnip wine marigold wine gooseberry wine cowslip blackberry damson poppy balm parsnip and elder lower wine All are heavily consumed in the spring it being thought that they turify the IIl0ndist Loaves in the World 111tllIlllalaelFranco and Italy The pipe 11II1tl1two f0111CItis distributed almost exclusively by women who go to the various bakehouses at tO a11I and spend about an hour polishing up the loaves After the loaves are thoroughly cleaned of dus1 and grit tIll bread porter proceed s mi the round of her customers flutist who live in apartments or Hats Ibid their loaves leaning itgainst the door- Irelands New Great Seal The new great sla roC Ireland is list ingil ishiuulili from till English iiiblein in II very small particular only This is that in thus conven tional border beneath the utile a crowned harp is substituted fora trident It is also an interesting fall that the new seals are struck III silver in the large medal press at I lie III iuita method never be fore uilteiuiptttItiiutl that the seal iiid counter seal of Ireland re ceived no fewer than 7i5 blows bo fore they weive perfected Insect Postmen Itces an capable of being I rained as letter carriers The in set I II taken away from home II letter printed in iii ili1uhIOt tug raphy is attached to his back and he is thrown into till air The ad vantages he would have over n arrier pigeon in time of Will are obvious Cheapest in the World Postage is cheap in all you I- Itiits in these days hilt in none pernaps quiio MI rwiijp us 111 Japan A letter can be sent fron one end to the other of the land of till Kising Sun for the fee of two sen equal to about the fourth of a farthing RAISING OF PHEASANTS girds Arc Hardy and Need No Artlfl- clal Heat in WinterClean Yardo a Factor Pheasants are hardy birds and no artillcial heat should be given them in winter This weakens their constitution so that ex posure to Void winds when they go out causes colds and sickness The house should be tight and as warm as the sun and natural con ditious will permit The north and west side should be wind and snow utah the south side tX11IHd IIOItltllCIIIIUand jwrfcct ventilation should be given by having doors or screened windows opening on all lIitl IIIIt goes without saying that th pens and yards of thepheasantry should be kept scrupulously clean sweet and free from all kinds of vermin rats mice and weasels i nt1l11tlllIland insects of all kinds and tho diseases which they bretjd can be kept out of the house und yards by careful methods of housekeeping If rats and weasels are about it is necessary to catch them with traps and protect the houses by lining the lower parts with tin Where Portal Oificials Are Numerous According to the returns just issued by the International Iliion Germany lois more postal ottlcials than any other country III tIll world the total number amount jag to W L1 i It must however be taken into consideration that III Germany till telegraph and telephone employes are included in the total whilst in other coun tries they are to a certain extent put III a separate list The I niteil States conies second with a total if Uil l Groat I bit aiui occu pies the third place with lilltni All till remaining countries have each fewer than 100000 Tin smallest of all postal administra tions is that of the Turkey island which consists of onesolitarvolli iial Blissf Jl Distance First Public Servant rlla t i4 your idea of happiness Second Public Servant To live liltIII moon and draw mileage N Y Sun Never Invaded London and St Petersburg are he only great European capitals t hat have never been occupied by I foreign foe Enjoy Sorrow Some people would be dreadful ly sad if they could not take an oc casional excursion into the land of sorrow Worry of Getting Well After a man has passed the ritical stage of his illness he he gills to worry about his doctors bill Japs Like Beer The Japanese drank ttSOOUUO gallons of beer last year 0 H Sweet Remorse IIIIIlltllllll liei lingri tot lie je- tlti On I he third linger glittered a diamond Iluise tell me she said if this is a good IoIt1ll1- l1sslIIelllhal II was of the ilrst water she smiled radiantly And to thinit slit mm inured that 1 lund doubled I hIorgs uf- flcI i uI IIi luII ph III Iethgti No Desire to Be Busy Do you mean to toll me that you have lived in I his out of tIll way place for ton years Thats right stranger lust ten years Im surprised I cant see what you lint here to keep you busy I cant Hud anything Thats the reason I like it Milwaukee Sentinel I r J 24 I BUYS 44 SCIiOLARSIiIPr IItCf the ollJnlll of our Evanviiie Cut h are sold o enter BUY time AVHUNSdi9 TmnIto tlirifa 173iri4 Icvot o- t1t flY MAIL Writ for 11 1MONEY OASTCtraXABran tee ars E- sirnmiti Sutl1l 1D e1 U CUfiES RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE JDIOfS taken Internally rids the blood ot lbs polioooua matter and Midi which are the direct causes of these dlietMS Applied uteroally It affords almost In Itant relief from palo while a permanent cure II being effected the blooO dltsottlnir the poisonous sub stance lid remoTlDglt from the Intern DR S D BLAND Of Hrewion Oa wrltcei I liftd bn Aiuffvrvrfor s oomt rof rMn wltb LumNura sd Ittrmi nj Ufiuxl ultd coUld lb from mdlal workf sod atoo roomltad 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4 to 1 i cuttings a ton to a cTUting and brings 10 to 16 per ton In other sections of these states and in Texas as well the rolling nilland is especially adapted to tock raising and fruit growing Land is very cheap 5 to 10 acre mproved farms 10 lo to 2T per acreThe new White River country offers many opportunities for settlers High rolling fine water it Is naturally adapted to stock and fruit raising Can bo bought as low as 3 per acre See this great country for yourself and pick out a location Descriptive literature with maps free UlOfl r uut The issouri PacificIron Moun ain System Lines sell reduced rates round trip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest good re turning 21 days with stopovers for descriptive literature maps time tables etc write to R T G iMATTHEWS T P A- Louisville Ky or II C TOWNSEND 0 P T A St Louis Mo I1 j T PIllsIyeWanf yo r moustache or beard BUCKINGHAM DYE- a beautiful brown or rich black Use rmicra ur Jja uuTj ou riuuwsuaua IL L f flITTERSSI Backache Dizziness LIVER G Kache Malar etc ease SOc Guaranteed S f 3 wIDt 0 M luitxTr rK SMITH BARNETT SMI- THA1TwuEYstI LA VIn iiiiroicit IJY Will iinirliMlliHrpriifrMliin In nil tlin court I Mild iiinl iii5iI Iii iM IltilO t iiniirinirt III Appeuli NpIIIIUutlUIlItIII Illl llll lll rIrIld ilirlrwiri liilltiinn ninl tlie IrHrtlcwiiHtliii IllllI Ittul Ui ill Kfttiltl IIIW SlHtlriltlrp OtMlfln 1t1IIIIUlIullIjI FRANK LFELIX Attorney at Law llt rrioltD UV- WIIIirnrtlT iii if VwliB In Ohio Jiml isSjtiItIitIM Ionuiy mill In ill Ciinrl ol tIIltIle CrlmliiHl ivnrti r Ilillpctlmift ti xrlnliy- Oitltvln i lie itnli liutlilliit CHAS MCROWE LAWYELR HAIIrVtuul VVIIIructl i hl rfflini In nil I ho tuttle toUpII irnrlln nnil rn i iiil iti a lillrr ptirnfr llnr kt nil titter stiroip Thulium rotrrr nlllrllf i C JNO B WILSON ATTOI5NEY AT LAWI HAKTFOKD KV I uaekIgSitatruilj I omrtnnrrhnlii iiililr iinri R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAitTPOitn Ky lie I WIII ltIII ti stot 111111 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COUNTRiESSpuslutMt Jirrtl Mllk iiaahlagtoo tain 1a- unnynidofkn ghv fak ExelutlvelyWritOU Math Itmt j p Colt Statee hUat OBte WASHINGTON D C CASNOWi 1mi ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONEI I COMPANY IC INrilHIllllATCII I The Iongh Itiver Telephone Co Is Independent owned and operated by home jieoplc Good service at j reasonable rates Prices for toll ser i vice which is being constantly ex I tended arc as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 ct 80 miles lcts 45 miles 20 cts c J W OBANNON Mgr Beaver Dam Ky i =4444+ +++ + FfF+ +++ ++ 54tri +ft4F ++ftFi4t4F+iidFiil i BANK OF HARTFORD i l CJCe1Q I OIQACIS13IHH iJ4 f Capital Stock 4000000 4 Surplus 12 00000 i Stockholders Addii Liability 4000000+ Securety to Depositors 9200000i ite 4- 11V e i 4 FOHUI IIk OLDItOOKDirectors4 II P t+ J NO CTIIOM- ASi4444444444f444444444444i Jo f4bJ 44i +fii + 44ft44i 4444 + I TO MAMMOTH CAVES Continued from First Page- aceataRVeaeatswNraNsWswrawtTaT 3traeaaaataReN- OT GOOD AFTER JULY 9 2 FreeTrip to Mammoth Cave Ballot 2 This Ballot will count one 1 vote for ft Mr District No 5 When properly filled out and returned to TilE REPUBLICAN of 2 fice by mail or otherwise on or before expiration date shown abov- eexiCiriiVCirxiCiCiC1fCi 2 CiC aIVIVCe THE IDISTTFIIGTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No lEaIt and West Hartford East and West Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTINCT No 2 Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTOICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vot ing precincts DISTRICT No tEast and West Fordsville Etnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 5Beds Heflin Uuford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No 6Centertown Ccralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Rockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts FIRST y NATIONALBANK Of Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus do Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 clay to 12 months This is your Bank Come in- DIRECTORS GAME LIKENS ALVIS KOWE BURCH FEUX JIM FOLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN I k f = BLACK BIRKHEAD 49PROPRIETORS = = Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer I 4 AND FREIGHT LINE bit 49Meets ill trains Also jj- J Gen rl Liverymen = 49 I est of attention given to stock New stable Main = 49 street Hartford Ky = 49 It Louisville isBoomineJ THESE VILLE1 ABOUT KRAUTS 350000 LOUIS l wthln a radius of only 6 mllesl hieadsheWORLD- In the minulaeturinz of leans farm wagons sewer pipe wooden boxes and I n producing and handling whisky sole lather cement tobacco ax handlesand plumbers supplies Louisville Islhe home otthe largest organ factory I n the world the factory n the South and one of thelargest plow factories IB the world and has 8 electric Inter urban lines LoulSflllalsadtyof BEAUTI FUL HOMESl Its city property valuation Is 200000000 It has the grandest park systemlnthe United States and many mag nlneent churches and Is Ihe borne ofth WORLDS LEADING COM MERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll atthls school do THOROUGH work and youll never be In want of a rood a boomlrill en like Louisville NOW Is the time to Investigate Catalogue free BRYANTiSTRtTTONBUSINESSC LOUISVILLE KYI Subscribe for The Republican NO GOOD Is State Ldw Imposing a License on Non Resident Pic ture Artists The Hopkinsville Kentuckian says C H Campbell representing a Chicago portrait company who is convassing this country with several assistants taking orders for enlarg ed pictures had the county attorney to arrest him Saturday to test the new reveue law imposing a license on picture enlarging houses who en large pictures and sell framesCounty Judge Breathitt heard the case Saturday afternoon and heldlhat Campbell and his associates were foreign manufacturers and under the Interstate commerce law had a right to sell goods to be delivered in the future without the payment of a license Campbell produced a decision of the supreme court in a similar case from North Carolina in 1903 Under this decision the section of the new revenue law bearing on this usiness is held to be unconstitutional The city ordinance along the same line is yet to be construed and it is some what different from the state law imposing a license tax on the occu pation of the individual Hows That We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh cure F J Cheney Co Toledo OhioWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financial able to carry out any obll ligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface qf the system Testimonals sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation How Much Did Jones Lose A stranger goes to Tom Jones a shoe maker and buys a pair of shoes torlS He tenders in payment a counterfeit 10 bill Jones is short of change and not noticing the counterfeit goes to his neighbor grocer Robison gets two 5 bills for the 10 gives one to the stranger and puts the other in the cash drawer Later Robison discovers the counterfeit andcompels Jones to repay him 10 for it- The question is What is Jones loss JAJIJ TO RaBun aeTitKlni YH Han Kiajt 8slaatow 4at LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK BEDA A Godshaw of Owensboro but formerly a merchant here was in town shaking hands with old friends WednesdayMisses Her Alice Webb and Ira Shown Champaign Iliare vis iting relatives here Walter Parks of Owensboro was dayslastProf Stowers of Mayfield was the guest of friends here recently Miss Pearl Nave Owensboro visited Miss Alberta Greer and attended the Home Coming at Hartford Rev W E Cook and family of Henderson are the guests of relatives hereThe death angel has again visited our county and taken from the home of J C Park Miss Alice King she was sister of Mrs Park and a lovable young lady Interment at Bells Run cemetery Wednesday The little child of Will Chamber lin has flux- Moten King and wife Hartford visited W Q Parks Saturday and Sunday x Will Cooper and son Watterson Beaver Dam are here looking after the pooled tobacco Quite a number from here attend ed the Home Coming Friday and SaturdayW Bennett and family visited relatives at Red Hill Sunday Dr S W Crowe attended the party given by Misses Mills Kinder hook last Wednesday evening Mrs Bernice Dodson and little daughter Lora went to Beaver Dam Thursday Mr and Mrs George Lashbrook were the guests relativesnear here Sunday Shake off thegrip of your old enemy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Tetiwill all the swelling and soreness be driven out of the tender inflamed membranes flndtheas to yourself will be cured when the causes that produce it are removed Cleanliness comfort and health renewed by the use of Cream Balm Sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York Family Knocks They were seated in the dining room I just read began Mrs Bunbusta laying aside the evening paper and arising from her comfort able rocker j that Mount Vesuvius has calmed and that it will remain quiet for a number of years- I wish you were like Mount Vesuvius sarcastically grumbled Bun bustaMrs G eyed her husband disdain fullyYou are like Mount Vesuvius she retorted stamping her small footErIn what way Id like to know asked the startled husband carelessly knocking the ashes from his cigar onto the carpet Why you dont care where or onto what your ashes fall Shrugging her shoulders she strut ted out of the room A prompt relief for croup One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm allays the inflammation the cough syrup with a reputation Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Too Off a Field Years ago while Reverened Shan daloupe was a student at the semina ry he undertook one vacation sea sOn to sell fireextinguishers His pleasing address and affability enabled him to make many sales However encountered the usual rebuffs which are the experience of allagents The theological student had gain ed access into the office of a surly broker and forthwith began expati ating on the deluging powers of his incomparable extinguisher tTo hell with 1t1 roared the broker fiendishly- Oh my dear man expostulated Shandaloupe this extinguisher does not deserve the extreme virtue with which you credit itHarpe- rs Weekly Telegraphy Write now for our Telegraphy Catalog All the graduates secure positions Address the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky ExtravaganceI died in abject poverty A few years ago he made himself Known to the multillionaire speculator who thereafter sent him a check for 50 each year Despite the liberality of Rus sell his cousin died in wantBuf falo Times The foolish man probably kept an automobile and wasted his money in riotous livingRochester PostEx press Operators Wanted Write now for our Telegraphy Catalog Graduates secure posi tions Address the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky valsso zaBun theTht Kind Yon Haw Always Bflv n BIfiatsn 11 at Historical Teacher Johnny who was Joan of Ar- cJohnnyThe wife of Noah who built ItLiftTouched Lightly ExporieiitT tau grindstone it is liiiky for us if we Itt brighteeud by it aud not rouud A Positive eaT4RRHCURE Elys Cream Balm li quickly absorbed Glees RIIIlt Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects tho diseased mem braise It cures Catarrh and drives arraya Cold in the FEVERstoresTuato and Smell Full size CO cts at Dru gists or by mail j Trial Size 10 cts by rnaiL- 1ElyI3rothersGOWarrenStreetNeTfYork STRONG Again it what Mrs Lucy StoTall of Tilton Ga said after taldnc Kodol Dytptpila Cure Hundred I of othsrwu wom n art being re to ptrfcct IIItoredby thle rem may b win If you will Ukt it- t IndlzettloncatisM nearly all the tick flees that nom g hart It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women tuffir weaken and become distastd Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organ to digest and assimilate allot the wholesome food that may be eaten It nourishti the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol curl Indigestion constipation dyspepsia lOUr risines belching heartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What YOU Ea II II IIUII reene e ew CLODWItstrMA Mold bjrX WAYNE UKIVrilf Big Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN For April 1906 Minnesota North and Ml Dakota Manitoba Wester- Ontario Sskatckwan Assin iboia and Alberta One- classo sec t tiers tickets Dates of sale April 3t 10 IT and 241906- Indianapolis indand return r point I in Indiana only Dates of saleApril 24 and 25 190- 6Norton Michigan np fSjHomeSeekers Excursion April 10 and 24 May 8 and 22 California Washington Ore gon Idaho Montana Utah and Intermediate Territory Special one way second class colonist tickets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 San Francisco and Los Angeles Cal Andreturn Dates of sale April 24 to May 4 1906Mexico One way ssecond class colonist tickets on sale daily tq and including April 7 1906 Apply to nearest Big Four agent II S RIIEIN Genl Pass Agt- Cincinnati 0 S J GATES Gen Agt ouisville Ky THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Thousands of Acres For Salea- ireasonable prlcesy Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAINROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line vii ST lOUIS AND MEMPHIS I recInIntchaJrfirst and third Tuesdays of each month DescriptIve literature maps pamphlets folders IIC on application R C TOIfIISERO IT 8 MOTHE- RSfcalrumnim rnnliiiruMnrlp uL LOllts tagl311lL a Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND I Telegraph Co tncorporated A Heres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place ol business My business bai increased and my wifes voice is never heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition T J MORGIN Mgr WJIl CT1DlnVOhio County Circuit Court TF Ulrkhtad Sedge Den D IllDgoAttornejr Oscar Mldklrt Jailer Ed O harms Clerk Fraulc L Felix Master Con salelonerTL3aeeleTrneteeJuryNuodR BMnrtln Sheriff Hnitford Deputy SberltfS A Ilratcher L 1 Crowder E II Megan Grant DIdayweekiand third Monday In May and November two wee- kCountyConrtW n Taylor Judge WH Uutfordmonth Yonda7InCourt of Claims Conrenes ant Monday In Jan unqTaeedgafteraemndMondeyln0etoberUtherOcenx 8 W Leacb AssessorKob Roy James DeWees snpedntendeotllartlordOeromAllenCoronerJlnto Courtt 24 June aSeptember 24 December 24 280Sptember SeptemberWREdge FordsTllle March 2 J lane a 8 ltember27D8IeDlbfor28 D S Chamberlain VedaUarchM Jin M September 28 December 29 Herbert Render Centertown Urch3 JMS 29 September December 30 30September303Zsutx S clle Cow ttorneyInnH second Monday In each mooch S lltrlou Sorvlco Sundayn w pm aecoo PnyarmntingveryFedaasdayening Baptist ChurchSerrlces held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday sight PraysmeetingGardnerpaatorC Serrlces lint Sunday U each month at llam and 7 pm flrJDSlatn- dputor BchaalTroteaIiartfordC Y Crows J 8 BPendleton MCroPenditon A D White Wm Fair Wm Bean Dr J W Taylor Ccrtf3oc1t1t- A sj O D W meets lint and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 875 Ft A Masons fire Monday night la each month YaccbeeRough Sliver Lodge No 110 Kalghteof Pythl meetserery Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A R hold rag ularmeetJoK8 8atarda7bforellntSunda1la sark a month i vS Southern Raiwa I1 Shortest ani Fastest Lines ii 1 1TIOML- ouisvilleDanville ani Lexington TO 3f Louis and the West Two Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 645 a m Lye Danville 530 a m Lye Louisville 900 am Arr St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 5iOO p m Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin Cart 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 K- yEH C KING G P T A Ill teist MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo Subscribe for TimE REPUBLICAN w w A Ir i It 11r4 1 I 3- ri 1rr- M I Zr RUUIUllOI4LL Ir RESIDENCE OFTAND BUSINESS LOTS a 4I IN f HART I KY I 1i SaturdayJuI L1906 t 1 On this date the land formerly owned by the James A Thomas estate and recently purchased by Rowan Holbro k and others located immediately east of the depot site of the Madisonville Hartford Eastern Railway Company and within two squares of the Court House will be sold in lots This land has been subdi vided into lots streets and alleys and is unquestionably the most desirable and convenient section in Hartford The 3streets aie now in process of being graded and the lots beautified and before date of sale will be transformed into the most 3 beautiful section of our town The sale will be on easy terms Dont forget the date i Hartford LandImDrovemeht III Al ar LT F r tsssssssssssttffr Ir r JAirrNl C Hr lvT