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M Iji Iartferb ft4iubIkaua IFine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year I 1VOL XYlIiH RiFOl D OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 13 1906 No 52 1 A SIOF EI LkHolds Enthusiastic State Union I Meeting at Owensboro David Moreland and J P Foster to Attend National Meeting and Represent Ohio Co tllllAmericanOwensboro taut Tuesday The meet ing was called to order by President David Moreland who made a ringing speech sounding the slogan of Fatuity Many speeches were made urging greater activity unit more complete organization in all parts of the State The next meeting will be held at Frankfort the Second Thursday in January 1907 and will no doubt en ft courage the organization in a part of the State which needs it At the election of delegates to the National Union which meets at East St Louis III Oct 2i Messrs David Moreland and John 1 Foster were selected to represent Ohio county The following report of the Com mittee on Resolutions was adopted unanimously Resolved That the state A SoC K executive committee take such steps as are necessary to organize the Burley district as soon as possible and all other territory demanding our attention Resolved That the Kentucky delegates to the national union of the A S of Eon October 23 be instructed to urge upon that body the necessity of a chief supervisor of the pro ducts of the farm and also a subor dinate for each state to look after the supply and domain of our pro ductsResolved That S B Robertson be instructed to prepare a tent for the Seven Hills chautauqua and keep on hand at the tent such literature as will be beneficial to the A SSof E Resolved further That we in struct our delegates to the National union to urge a change in the Na tional constitution and bylaws giv ing us the privilege of holding one regular meeting annually also granting us the privilege of naming the date of said meeting L N ROUEIITSON Chmn- J H MCCONNELL Secy Deatb of Mrs J S Coleman Mrs Coleman widow of the late Ur J S Coleman died at 1140 oclock last Friday night at the home of her daughter Mrs Laura Magan of Buford Mrs Coleman was born January 13 1831 hence was seventy five years of age She was the daughter of the late William Austin and a niece of the late Rev James A Austin Her first marriage was to Benjamine Field about fiftyfour years ago He died in 1871 and in 1877 she was married to Rev Dr Coleman who was one of the earliest Baptist preachers of the Green river countrySurviving her are five children by her first manage as follows C L Field Owensboro Henry FieldHart ford Mrs Laura Magan Buford B L Field Portland Ore J S Fields Owensboro The funeral took place Sunday morning from the Mt Carmel Bap tist church By her request Rev B F Jenkins preached the funeral sermon Dr James has a Clear Field There are now only two candidates lor the Republican nomination for congress in the third district former United States Marshal A D James of Muhlenberg and J A Oiler of Allen county Mr George Baker of Muhlenberg who has been an active candidate for the nomination has decided to- withdrawand will support Dr James In a letter to his constituents Mr Baker tells them why he believes Dr James is the the man to make 4the race and announces his with drawal FI Wise Dead Plem Wise an old resident of Hartford and for many years a miller at the old steam mill died at Owensboro Sunday and was buried at the Morton Cemetery here Tues day Twentyfive years ago Flem Wine was known and loved by every boy in ten miles of Hartford who visited the mill and was assisted with his grist He was of a sunny disposition and popular with all who knew him i Appreciates Us Recruiting Station U S Army tlj St New Orleans IaJulyH110jIThe Hartford GentlemenHerewith please find P 0 Money Order for 300 payment in full of amount due you on my subscription to the paper to include September present year- I also enclose a ballot for 3 votes in favor of Sherman Chamberlain in the contest of the Schoolboys Free Trip to the Mammoth Cave Was very sorry I was not able to come home tc the Home Coming but will turn up again some day I hope and be able to ride up get down tie my legshorse to your hitchin pole find the latch string hanging on the outside as usual and be able to come in Allow me to congratulate you on the recent much improved appear ance of Tut RKPUIIUCAN It has been a caller wherever I have been since it first had its being about 16 years ago- Kindly remember me to all my Ohio county friends Your friend as ever WM E BENNETT Jit 1st Lieut 25th U S Infantry MAGAN July 10 Several from here at tended the ice cream supper at Dun dee Saturday night The death angel visited the home of Ansel Edge Sunday and claimed for its victim their littleson He was about seven years of age His remains were interred in Sugar Grove burying ground Monday morning Rev F D Vaughn filled his regu lar appointment at Rockvale Saturday and Sunday- T F MidkifT and wife and Mrs Margaret Clements Owensboro are visiting relatives and friends at this placeMr and Mrs T F MidkifT and Mother Mrs Margaret Clements Mrs F D Baughn and wee son Mrs Phebe Miller Baize and M S Ragland wife and daughter Marie visited at H C Wrights Sun dayMrs J W Baughn and children and Mrs Lula Welch have returned to their home at Moorehouse Mo Miss Ella Morris Deanfieid visited Miss Eva Martin Saturday night Oblo Countys sum Resort Ohio countys well known and popular summer and health resort Sulphur Springs will be open for guests on and after Saturday June 2 1906 Under the management of Mr T C Bean Sulphur Springs has attained first rank as a summer 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 4518 Notice- I have received the Auditors cer tificate of the taxes of Ohio county and am ready to collect same Un der 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 cAmvcynxABan pitheKind YoUH II idiots BougbJI BJpatve 01 y J x 9 IMPORTANT MEETING Of Ohio County American Society- of Equity Held Last Week Everything Harmonious The regular meeting of the county Union of the Amenican Society of Equity convened at Hartford last Friday Considering everything the meeting was probably the most important and harmous every held in Ohio county The minutes of the meeting are as followsOn call of locals it was found that 4G Locals were represented The question of equalzing the vote of Locals was raised as it was seen that a good many delegates ap chairIofLocalsA on resolutions was appointed after which it was ordered that the resolutions should be written and submitted to the com mitteeWhile committee was out the house engaged in varied discussions pertaining to the work of the order Committee on resolutions reported as follows Whereas There are quite a number of members and nonmembers in our county who are tobacco growers and interested in the sale of to baccco the one as much as the other therefore be it Resolved 1st That this county require each local in the county to present to every one in the bounds of said Uuion both union and non union an agreement by which they will pool their tobacco withsaid A S of E and be governed by same in the sale of said tobacco giving the number of acres grown by each one All tobacco growers signing said agreement being eligible to membership and shall become I mem bers Those not signing same not being eligible to membership until the present growing crop is disposed of We further recommend that each Local report the names of all who refuse to sign this pledge to next county union Resolved 2nd That we favor acting in conjunction with all other sec tions of the country where the people produce live stock for sale on our markets along the most practical plan that can be devised by the mem bers of our organization for a fair and equitable price for the producer and consumer of this important pro duct Resolved 3rd That Ohio county wheat growers hold their wheat in conjunction with all other wheat growers of the United States for a fair and equitable price and we should recommend the price of 90 cents per bushel from the thresher Resolved 4th That it shall be the duty to the Secretary and Treasurer to make quarterly reports of all moneys coming into their hands to each county unionD Chairman On motion it was ordered that the resolutions be taken up separately- 1st adopted 2ndadopted The third was read and an amend ment was offered striking out the words and figures 90 cents and submitting 100 for same which was adopted 4th adopted as read Movedand agreed to restrict the number of delegates from Locals to county Unions to one delegate at large and one for every 25 members or major fraction thereof Resolved That we give the en dorsement of the Ohio County Union to the building of a tobacco ware house at Magan for the purpose of pooling tobacco provided that none but members of our organization shall own the stock necessary for the erection of said house Carried- A motion was made that the chair appoint a committee to select the oWIcnsQoro tpoinnted to confer with the millers- J P Foster Alney Tichenor T F Tanner D Ford and Albert Cox Committee By motion it was ordered that the secretary of each Local in the coun ty furnish to the County Secretary the charter name and number of of his Local date oforganization rpm of President and Secretary and also the number of members both regular and special thePrcommittee to canvass each school district and make a report of the acreage number of hands and re port to district Union both union and nonunion tobacco A motion was made and carried to authorize the Conuty Treasurer to pay to the delegates to Greenville the amount of their expenses to said meetingMotion made and carried to circulate the pooling pledge by school districts The committee to confer with the millers reported as follows That we were unable to confer with but two milling companies viz Hart ford and Beaver Dam Milling Com panies agreed to give us returns for our wheat as formerly only un der a different form J P FOSTER Chairman- A TICHENOR Secretary- A motion was carried directing Local Unions to assess a fine of 25 cents on every member that is known to go to the County Union rallies or general meetings without the A S of E button on The meeting adjourned to meet in Hartford first Friday in October M F SHARP Secretary An Enjoyable Outing Vie of themost enjoyable outings Saturdayadjacent community on a trip to Rough River Locks The boat We Three was char tered by Mr C M Barnett and the whole crowd consisting of forty or morerelatives and friends in cluding three cousins from Texas for whose entertainment the trip was made went on the excursion as guestsAt a crowd of twenty or more from Point Pleasant and Liver more joined them Soon after the landing at the Locks the noon hour having arrived the ladies spread a bountiful repast and after partaking of same and spending two hours viewing the beauties of mans handiwork in and about the Locks the return trip was begunOn arriving at the Hartford wharf the following resolutions were unan imously adopted Resolutions offered by W C Barnett of Valley Mills Texas and un animously adopted by the excursion party on board the We Three Saturday July 7th 1906 Resolved That the thanks of this company of relatives and friends of Col C M Barnett be tendered him for having made it possible for them to enjoy the pleasures of this days excursion from Hartford to the Locks of Rough River Also Those of us happening to be of the male persuasion most hearily thank the good ladies who so bounti fully provided for the inner man and otherwise contributed to the enjoyment of the occasion And again Not forgeting Captain Foreman of the We Three for courtesies extended to all and more especially to the We Three of TexasAnd we would respectfully request the Hartford papers to publish these expressions of our gratitude for this very enjoyable day REV J A LEWIS Chairman 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 wantRespectfully HARTFORD MILL Co J C RILEY Secretary r 11 yr STILL GOING Are a Number of Candidates in Our Free Trip Contest A number of candidates in our free trip to the Mammoth Cave have been going some this week There were no changes in position a change in the relative number of votes of several candidates are noted Lookout for next week there are surprises in store for some one The standing of the various candi dates is as follows DISTRICT xo 1 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 240 Robert Davis Hartford 647 Ernest 11 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 66 Albert Baughn 40 DISTRICT No4 Roy Keown Fordsville 99 Pete Tilford Fordsville 5 Arthur Burdett Herbert 4 DISTRICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda 102 Jesse C Smith Taffy 709 Sherman Chamberlain Nocreek 930 DISTRICT No6 John Morton Ceralvo10V- ig Morton Smallhous 60 Ben Kimmell Ceralvo 2 Frank KuykendallCentertown 4 Rowe Condit Matanzas 65 DISTRICT No7 Carroll Smith McHenry 177 JlpyBrQwn Mdjenry JO Orlett C Carter Rockport 23 Carl Davenport Cool Springs 4 Raymond FrancisRender 6 Rules governing the contest have ben reduced to brief concise form They are as follows RULES OF CONTEST IN BRIEF The rules governing the contest are very simple Every coupon cut from the paper properly filled out and sent to the office before date of expiration counts one vote Every dollar paid on subscription whether renewal on arrears or new subscriber counts ton votes You do not have to vote for the contestant in the district in which you live You can vote for anyone you please Fill in all coupons correctly be fore sending them in If you want to send a years sub scription fill in on the coupon 11 as the subscription counts for ten votes and the coupon one Be sure and get the coupons in before they expire No expired coupons will be counted Continued on seventh page The Passing Crowd Capt James DeWeese was a guest of honor at the military maneuvers at Owensboro on the fourth and was mentioned in the official reports for gallantry on the field and distin guished braveryin the presence of 5000 people a The lawn party given by Misses Lillie Burton and Katie Thomas at the latters home last Friday evening was a pleasant break in the mid summer monotony In no town of Western Kentucky is hospitality more profuse than in Hartford and in few towns of its size anywhere can be found so many young women gifted with that tact and taste which makes entertainment a mutual pleas ure to the hostess and her guests x- a The young men are discussing a fitting sequel to the entertainment recently given them by the married ladies and bachelor maids at the rink Col Barnetts boating party and lunch lost Saturday has furnished them with the plan and themarried ladies will be asked to bring their I husbands A pleasant day out doors and good dinner are the main points of the program I 4 Ernest Woodwards favorite quo tationDown wit hall tyrants Es pecially Kings To the tireless effort of Mr Paul Fuqua is due the success of the ball at the rink Saturday eve It fur nished a pleasant evenings entertain ment to the devotees of dancing He never meant it for publication but it was so high a compliment of a woman he had known well and ad mired very much that it is repro ducedShe is the warmest frank est friend and the coldest most re served sweetheart I have ever known k They played at Hearts on a summer day And each found the game filled with magic Tho she only played for the love of play He played with a love mob tragic When the game was done they had neither won f But each was tied with theotherxAnd wedlocksbandsThey played out the game together AH SIN CERALVO July 10Anice dinner was last Sunday at Dr J M Everlystin honor of little Misses Martha and Annie Reneer of Masons Orphans Home Louisville Ky Those pres ent were as follows Little Misses Annie Casebier Maggie and Sallie Bernard Ora and Dora Milner Golda Everly Annie Bishop Johnie and Birchie Graves Vera Goebel and Vivian Everly Athel and Annie Wood Neely Pearl and Katie Byers Pauline Morris Martha and Annie Reneer and Myrtle Garrett Also little Messrs Ben Kimmel Orvil and Dan Casebier Dire Garrett Ar thur and Vernon Everly and Hue EverlyMessrs Clarence Shultz and CarlyBennett Narrows visited their aunt Mrs S Bennett who is on the sick t list Sunday v l Mrs Sam Coleman fi night after a long illness dledSI woman tion She was a po NARROWS t July 12Mr A R Renfrew and 1 little daughter Grace returned Monday from a visit in Arkansas Miss Sudie Felix of Olaton visit ed Miss Magnolia Renfrow Saturday and Sunday- G B Likens was here Tuesday Forest Kirby had his ankle broken last week by falling from a wagon and the wheel passing over it Jeff Board went to Louisville Mon dayM F Sharp was in Owensboro TuesdayMisses Effie and Ethel Duke the pretty twin sisters daughters of Mr Thomas Duke of Palo visited their sister Mrs A R Renfrowthe first of the week Johnie the two year old son of E P Moore was seriously hurt by a mule kicking him Tuesday after noon It is thought that one eye is permanently destroyed by the acci dentJohn Caldwell an employe of A E Jennings was killed by a falling tree near Sulphur Springs Saturday Messrs A R Renfrow and John Renfrew have purchased one thous and acres of timber land near Au gusta Ark They will at once put a mill on the land to cut the timber E G Girby and Joe White will have charge of the cutting Lillian the three months old daughter of Mr and Mrs Noah White died of infantile troubles Friday The friends of these young people deeply sympathize with them in the loss of their first born Not in the grave parents that is only wasting clay but in that far away home which we all are trusting to reach some day the babe you loved is smiling at the angels gathered round to bid it welcome Meet it there p1w tlL ra y ADVICE TO ARIZONA flafen in a Letter to Presl dent Roosevelt RMeJftakes Appeal to People to te Admitted to Union With New Mexico ego July 6Adispatch iron iron Ariz says Resident Roosevelt is so anxiotz lorrizona to become a State tiw he has written a personal letter e torold friend Mark A Rogers urj Ing the people to vote to be adm5r ted with New Mexico The TVes days that he believes if As present opportunity is not seized r maybe many years before the op purtunity may be had again President Roosevelts letter whfcfc wasieceived yesterday reads The White House Washington n C Jcne 2LHon Mark A JJogers Secretary Arizona Statehood Assoc ation Tucson ArizDear Sir My earnest hope is that the people ri the Territory of Arizona in their wisdom will decide to enter trw Union as part of the great State of Arizona No man can foretell what will happen in the future But it i my belief that if the people of Arv zona let this chance go by they vi have to wait many years before ii tibance agaiu offers itself and era tin it probably will be only on he pr s nt termthat is on the CCTVD tkni of being joined with New 3ti x11afthe people of Arizona come is totes they will achieve what eve r setf respecting American ought to adiiiive that is the right of af r gorcnunent If they refuse what u proffered themandwhat in riy opinion fe proffered them on the orJy prcyer and permissible terms they can condemn themselves to an irr definite continuance of a condition ts j tutelage I have a peculiar affection for tit people oi the four territories vhira under the act of Congress may inter as two States into our FedenJ Union These territories are filed with mvn and womenof the strci for rlhom J felt so hearty a reptrrJ- f arid respect during the years that I myself lived and worked on tha great plains and in the KockyTnosa tain It was from these four territ r j that 1 raised the regiment fnra which 1 took part in the Cabsn campaign Assuredly under no ci r cumstances would I advise the pt pIe oi these territories to do auk thing that considered to i eagsin their moral or their material welt toeing I feel that for them now is refuse tocome into the Uninn u States would be at the best mew folly Very wfcefy the people of Olclid rcaznd Indian Territory and I tr Geve he people of New Mexico liar i fcare abandoned an attitude whist forbade their thus assuming the meat privileges and responsibilittt oflull American citizenship Ice not express too heartily my lin that th people of Arizona exermr ing their sober second thought wii CiiEfr to look at the matter in tre ratme light THEOUOUE ROOSEVELT TflayLlvo 100 Years Iras charurs for living a full eex tnTp are excellent in the case tf 1n Jennie Duncan of Haynes ltAir now 70 years old She writer a Eidric Bitters cured me of Chrus fie Dyspepsia of 20 years standing and made me feel as well and strong IIP ayoung girl Electric Hitter cure Stomach and Liver diseases rHIeod disorders General Debility anti bodily weakness Sold on 21 snsirantee at 7 Wayne Griffin f liras drug store Price only Wt LEFT OVEr FROM LAST WKKK MAGAN Jury Mrs Lori Baughn imrf d family and Mrs Lula Welch and i mlijr of Moorehoise Mo are visiting relatives and friends in and near twits p ce- hIrslIolle Weaterfield who least htt visiting relatives in Morehouse Iffl9 has returned hums ttic ran Ralph and daughter Mrs j2 Kalph contemplate going to 1rlE rings for their health faa Mary Litsey and children of FwiiviUe arc visiting relatives and JritcJa in this place I SC Wright and wife gave u + irTiDsscaf entertainment Saturday rintrht an honor of her daughter fVuria twentyfirst birthday Those recent wore Misses Relda Midkiff Sra Martin Dora Wright Myrtle Brown Mattie Annie and May TPi ght Georgie Martin Cora Mid lifllDbra Midkiff May and Lula Wimsatt Nora and Gerta Johnson S3aNorris Viola and Lula Midkiff Minnie Baughn Ona Ralph Messrs iLW and J W Edge Gardner and Prnrtis Brown James Coppage Wil deand Clarence Lane Alex Hudson tack Ragland Elijah Daniel Clar 1 tike Westerfield Scott Ambrose John H Wright Ira Midkiff John ml Dan Midkiff Albert Baughn Willie Muffett Henry Magan Her ScctRalphIra HowardJoe Merrett and Cicero Midkiff All report a pleasant time Eagle Whips Farmer I A terrific battle with an eagle in which Thomas Haywood a farmer the Tumbling Run valley sustain ed serious injuries occurred a few cays ago Haywood saw the eagle descend and seize a rabbit He rushad on the big bird with a club Thaoagle dropped the rabbit and at Jatkad Haywood beating him into partial insensibility with heavy blows nraits wings and then flew away wtfa its prey flkeds No Introduction Tfie Bwling Green Business Uni tersitt needs no introduction to the ixiblTc Write for catalog and par tJcrnrs Address Bowling Green BUvfciess University Bowling Green 57 UgJiXttivg Blinds Unborn Turkeys 5Gor West Chester Pa on the iirra of Frank Green of Unionville jighieen turkeys were hatched re actlj and every one are blind al iiough otherwise in perfect health The blindness is attributed to Tghtning AJJ Established Institution Tri Bowling Green Business Uni versicy is an established institution Ticitafbr catalog and particulars Address Bowling Green Business Tjhiiftrsity Bowling Green Ky ItGrowlng Institution ThVfibwling Green Business Uni ivsily its rowing every year It is- the argot Business school in the SoutJh Catalog and particulars will be sent on application Address ftnvling Green Business University 5rAvIing Green Ky In Great Demand The jpnduates of the Bowling Green Business University are in gnat demand and are to be found ttaantf everywhere holding the best pfcyih rositions Write for catalog and snrtkulurs Address Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky i in Alpine Telephone TiuCrephoneis to be invoked as nriuIiTtional security against disas tvi ID 5limb n in the Alps Italy vUl Saw the honor of the first in 5jhtibnv which will take place in t cffomn region An instrument is kbt9Kad in the refuge on the mcuntniiuof the Tre Croci at an al tidftoL r bovt 3100 feet m Tent Crease of Many Sudden Deaths TAeni is 4i disease prevailing In thl cam n mwt dintrerous because so decen live Many sudden deaths are caused b- gItheart disease pneumonia hear failure or are often resut of kidney disease I kidney trouble Is al lowed to kldneypolsonec blood will attack vital organs or i dneys themselves break down and wasU jvay ceil bycel- lEadddrtroubesrost result frorr a iijraiiperrent of the kidneys and a cure Ii- a thee a proper ol 4 crdrey5 If you are feeling badly yo- sr Tialttno mistake by taking Dr Kilmer 5wT iJRixethe great kidney liver ane AtiisrTBrredy ccectsiiiabllltyt3 hoW urine and scald in In passing tt and overcomes tha ifeasant aecsxsHy of being compelled tc yc ftsrdutinjf the day and to get up many u us during night The mild and thee 01 fnrdlrarrtffsRt of SwampRoot Is soor iBcliiad Tt surds the Its cPr I cures of the most distressing cases 3vmpRovtcpea3ant to take and sok try ail irwijfjrtt in fiftycent and onedollar j YJumayhave ts wonderful new dlsi 4 a book that the advance tht tht tht always quickest by treatment the highest for won ears Ill about it both lrnmeorsKmpeoot =tjeebymailAddrcss Dr Kilmer Co Hijiehamton N y When writing mentlor paperjit1 name SwampRoot Dr iJarrpRoot and th address Blngharrton i U Vancvery bottle ADMIRES US SOLDIERS Best Built and Bearing in the I World Says English tint form Expert Washington July GThe military appearance of the American soldier was a surprise to George V Win ter who came from London on in vitation of the War Department to design certain improvements in the uniforms of the service which I would bring them in line with the acknowledged superior fit and make up of the British uniforms The American soldier has the I best build and bearing in the world declared Mr Winter on the eve of I his departure for New York I thought Tommy Atkins was the best I in line so I am surprised at what I I have seen here While the American I soldier is not so beefy as the Britisher he is smarter and better set up He is the better set up He is the best looking soldier in the world superior to the fighting men j of Germany France or England The only improvement in the uni j forms is to give him a better fit giving full effect to his fire qualities i The patterns submitted by Mr j Winter indicate numerous minor changes in the uniforms but no rad ical departure from existing styles Every Graduate Has a Position Every worthy graduate of the Na tional School of Telegraphy has a position For particulars address Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky j She Didnt Forget The little girl had been assiduously instructed in the arts and graces of courtesy and when she told her mamma how the strange boy at the party had kissed her she did it witha demur reserved air that would have delighted her mamma under other circumstances And he kissed me she saidIKissed you the mamma ex i claimed And you Gladys whut did you do- Mamma i 1 didnt forget my l 0I litness I said thank you The Real Problem What we need is not airships but stockings that will wear Easy There had been a collision between a butchers cart and an automobile The policeman was taking copious notes regarding the accident Mummie said a small boy on the outskirt of the crowd why does the policeman always lick the endof the pencil before writing ToImake the case look as black as sible I suppose answered Mumj mie weairly as she helped the inquisitive child into the bus Not His Denomination Now look here sir exclaimed ed the gamekeeper imperatively didnt you see the notice at the end of the road Pedestrains not ale lowedn i I did observe a notice stating that pedestrains were not allowed j here readily but you see I am a CongregationalistOh I the game keeper slightly puzzled then IsupI pose its all right sir You can i walk on Told at Di orcnlressI Judge Dugro Irvingat the divorce congress in Washington told a story of two children a boy and a girl members of rich and prominent families according to the Detroit er Free PressIthe little boy These two children a short time j after the wedding met at a children party Hello Dick said the little szirl how do you like your new papa i He was my papa once A Thorough Business Training Can be secured by attending the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green KrIDeep Sea Research The prince of Monaco exhibited newlyin1vented search It is devised for use at the lowest depths It is an ingeniously devised glass receptacle which can I be let down by a sounding wire to a depth of 18000 feet and will bring The Only Big Circus To Visit This Sectionuu Circus Trust Robinsons Ten Combined MonnRcrlo Hippodrome Beaver Dam Friday 20 1906 u n PrcHcntlriB under TEN ACRES of WATER PROOF TenlM 1500 RARE AND COSTLY WILD ANIMALS Double Herd of CltJpncinLb a Ponderous Program PerformingPerfection Pachyderms Presenting n STUPENDOUS REALISTIC PRODUCTION BATTLE OF NOUN OED KNEEINTRODUCING BOO INDIANS COWBOYS SCOUTS AND SOLDIERSu rHJ IIl ZJAESDirect from a successful European trip Americas greatest Co Presenting Butt Manual of Arms to music TWO COMPANIES OF CAVALRYLate of the United Army in expert feats of horsemanship n u u Ellsworth Female See Capt Winstons Wonderful Educated Seals Lucuzon Sisters Wonderful Aerial Iron Jaw Act Flying BanvardM Sensational European Aerlallstsn u SpectacularDoubleof Wonderfully Trained Menage Horses12 in Number 20 Male and Female Riders FORTY MERRY OLD CLOWNS ORB 30000000 STREET PflRflDE n 300 Daring Gymnasts Nimble Arobats anti Talented The Pick of all Arenic Celebrities 3 Mlles of Gold Wagons and Chariots Prancing Horses of Hare and Costly Wild Animals and including the seasons newest novelty a of a million dollar reproduction of the Battleships of our Navy The Grand Musical Ballet 500 Men Women and Children in the Cast Chief White Thunders Band of Indians 50 Bucks Squaws and Papooses riti1- CeIora1ofl BunUn Rosa j 4 OF 50 SOLOISTS UNDER DIREC TION OF ANTONIA OLIVETO GIVE HOURS MUSICAL PROGRAM BEFORE EACH PERFORMANCE 9 n up a of the water as it ex ists at that depth and flee from other which it is drawn to the surface j LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK I Mr Tom Drake has been in the store of left for Green and the South Mr has se cured the by Mr J C and son Roy of were in our midst the guests of her Mr and Mrs G W Prof M D of Beaver Dam is the guest of his Mr and Mrs M P Miss Beulah Reid spent last week the guest of Mrs Jas and Mrs S J of l will begin at next Fourth and Mrs Ray I in honor of Miss Maud Schultz of who is a guest of her cousin Miss Alice Cake and ice j cream were served All report a time I Mr Dock Curtis and of Indiana and Miss Sallie Curtis of were the guests of Messrs Ball and Virgo Curt last week Mr Oppie child is quite ill Mr V B Morton and Eva Ethel and V B of were the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Morton last week Mrs Price is at the bed side of her Charlie Garrett who is ill at the home Job ShOCK July LEVENSVOIx TWO SHOWS DAILY RAIN OR SHINE EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS specimen admixture abiolutelyI depths through SMALLHOUS Barnard Kittinger Sunday Bowling Kirtley position occupied DrakeMrs Bennett Hartford Sunday parents Barnard Maddox parents Maddox Bennett Hawkins Hartford- A protracted meeting Equality Saturday nightMr Addington entertained Thursday evening Narrows pleasant family Centertown William Kittingers youngest children Livermore Morton brother dangerously RltiKecJ ClrCMMw Military Zouaves Aerialists Bedecked Fulkerson The UptoDat- eTONSORIALI SHOP 4 n Mt The Reliable Two 4Door Above the tF IlMtNew Commercial Hotel FOn Center Streetn Mt John W TaylorProprietortQ h bit Shaves fashionable Hair Cuts and t MtI4 Have added a complete Clothes Pressing Mt 4an1 Cleaning outfit Suits cleaned und Mt fi 6F3c4pressed 40c Pants pressed 20c Conts pressed bit Give us a call 4fl+ 1T TT 7T TYt 7 M71TYtiY i of his grandfather Mr Pleas Garrett of Nelson Creek Mr L B Overhultz went to Hart ford Saturday- S E Hunter is on the sick list He has erysipelasIDoes evil still whole life fill Does woe betide Your thoughts abide on suicideI pillNow and facts De Witts Little Early Risers are the pillsknownSold by Z Wayne Griffin BroI Not in the Big Four Big Doulilo find Wild Went States The Dens quarter ONE who Old Stand Easy Sham also 25c your Inneounlrletiunit ourInon tlen4 Inodel photo orketch tor iR E E report SURAIISINQtook on Proelable 6tstD C r yr I ANONYMOUS LETTERS Have Created Quite a Sensation i at RockportDirected tot Women An anonymous letter writer has made his or her appearance in Rock port and as n result several prominent ladies of tile city have received some very mysterious letters says n Uockport dispatch to the Owensboro Inquirer The letters were all mailed in Kockport and read ns follows Religious Headquarters July 1 1906 Dear Friend Behold agre ca Amity is about to befall you but by repeating this prayer which was sent mt you may be saved Oh Lord Jesus Christ we i plore the eternal God to have mer on all womankind Purify our sins by Thy precious blood and take us to be with Then eternally Pard our offenses and deliver us from all trials by Thy precious blood AmenThe bishop of Illinois request it be tent to the tHrfons involved SI who docs not hicd this warning vi fortunelShemeets with a great accident Butt tillninreceived will lmv jfreut joy after i the nine days A voice wan heard i to say She who repeats this pray v if in delivered from all enlwnit ies ONE Witt KNOWS The letters have created a MM tion and an effort has teen made to apprehend the writer but have failed None of the ladies have paid an Mrbullutlflltioll to the matter ati it is helivfd that the letters wen written by sumo person who i crazy on the subject of religion j A sweet breath adds to the joys o fj a kiss You wouldnt want to kise your wife mother or sweetheart with a bad breath You cant have a healthly stwnach without perfect digestion There is only one remedy that digests what you eat und makes I the breath as sweat an a rose an that remedy is iKo lot for Dyspepsia It is a relief for sour stomach palpitation of the heart and other ailments arising from disorder of the i stomach and digestion Take a little Kodol after your meals and see ydt it will do for you Sold by Z Wavne Griffin tarn- Obituary On June 26 1905 the guarding ancel gently winged into the home of Mr J G Wilson near Rosine and claimed for its own his daugh ter Mica Vastie She for three weeks had Iran very low of consunp tion After funeral servicesby Rev 11 D Hirch her remains wore in terred in the MiCord cemetery Jun- I27 in the presence of a host o mourning friends and relatives Miss VastiVs age was 14 years and 8 months She professed faith in christ in October 19M mud ha since been a distinguished member of Cane Run Baptist church Iris Vastio was a little lady of uptlbI courage She joH sed that forti tude of soul that bears the cone ejucnce of course pursued widioiit complaint Above her marvelous intellectual gifts rises her intetrri iy like same grunt mountain peak linn as the earth beneath and pur as the stars above As she lived nh died Proudly she entered the dark deathjUnpie hills beyond the reach of human harm or lrelp to that vast realm of silence or joy whore the innumera Icherble little lady who bowed alone t loath IIhowuse nejl1 or wonders if it will cure Cuts Wounds Burns Sores and nil Skin eruption they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1130 K Reynolds St Springfield III says I regard i tt one of the absolute necessites o housekeeping1 Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist 25c Candle to Burn 18 Months j Shipped last night in a box more I than fifteen feet long the largest wax candle ever made in Americ- a4startedon a trip to Tampa Fla to is continuously for n year t It A Trite Saying- It If u trltu saying that no man II sirongor thuu his stomach Dr 1lercei strettgtGethoimre rich blood liulps the liver u thebodynaturalblotldIn mumifucturliK each day a lytm red Mood tlnit Is Invlcn ratlntj Ui the brain and nerves Tlx weak nrrvnii run down dclillUiitod sutTertrumthe Mcxxl It Is often Indicated fly IRlT tarAIIICtlllWII bloodhnlllorll tllrccflli1tthrotiKh lriiKRlu fur like S that harmfulhllhitrtlrrnlll profalala 8 writer of this ciiuntry Some of 10 IIttloIIIIIlk FSfc5LcYscvlralIIIIrtelms urn cdiniiosrxj by Kidiw In nil t atnnlldlcnl111urar more with tliu sick and allllet than tiny amount of Lisa soculled tes belotothe Inimllnitjt of which their nHHllclnes mllulillhOUlne c0IInto Miiinach and Inwcl Ur Places great twnsand Illus trated Coiunum rnan Me llcnl Adviser vlll to scat Iron papcrlioiind foril otic rent Mamnor cloth 1maul for 31 stamp Address Ur Ilwcu BJ above m 2 chartRM a 0 villaJeItirecovery of JialFuclIe Dellacrocc oted Tampa from a tedious spill of rheumntim says the New Yo Cormln ago when her husband lay at the point of death that if the good San Salogero would spare his life she would burn before an alter a candle equal to the 1S2J pounds her reded vastier H ligation iin a factory on First avenue ti was made It was to be man ellfuctured by the usual process of so it had to rolled out of thin sheet or wax It was a cost process but Uarmela willingly paid SSJ50 for it from her meagre savings The candle is fifteen feet long or cl foot and sue inches in diameter the base and one foot at the top ItIweighs to a nicety the required IS pounds On it is painted by rand a i reproduction of Michel Angelo s Madonna Jt will be lightened Saturday when the annual celebration in honor of San Calogera begins freighteen months the period t 11I manufactures guaranteed it tv last i u eBents tho Music To keep text body CuroIwrites Mrs Brown 20 Place Poughkoepsie N Y 1 talwIDr Kings New Life Pills 5are the most reliable and pleasant laxative I lava found Best f 9the Stomach Sear and Bowels Guaranteed by A Wayne Griffin Bro druggist fioc tCostly Water 9flare money is paid for water in a single day than is paid for liquor inn week though few purchasers are euwara of the quantity of water they fe01 instance U but three jwunds solids land seven pounds of water and there are six pounds of water in ten pounds of pork while the percent age of water in beef or mutton about the same Salmon and mac oral are but half water though oth fish contain a greater proportion thuds Sixtyfive per cent of an is water md there are about oof butter run from 40 to 80 per cent of w ater and even driltlJ peas contain a snafu percentagee at nn average 55 per cent of expenditures for food is paid for water There is no way of avoiding payment Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar is the original laxative cough syrup and combines the qualities necessary to relieve the cough and purge the system of cold Contains no opiates Eiffel Tower Oddity The Eiffel tower owing to tl contraction of the iron of which it bu ltis8 inches shorter in winter than in bummer BOYS HEADi In Sharks Stomach When CreatI riCaptorsbyhe I New Orleans La July 1OA week ago one of the students at S j Stanislaus college at Bay StLouison byea about half a mile from shore T boy was never seen again after be ing dragged under the water Since that time Gilbert Marehall West Point man now at Bay S Louis on his vacation and his bro ther Carl have been making adeteI mined fight on the larger sharks an have landed four which have hoc n i interesting with the bathers f sometime past The largest spec j liemen was caught yesterday after a tatfight of three hours dragging him to shore tell two young men as a matter of curio oity cut him open and found a part of the head and arms of a student that has disappeared in the fishs conIIistudent a few days ago I The people along the entire cost have declared war on sharks and areis using every effort to exterminate j them i A Modern Mlracio I Truly miraculous seemed the re i covert of Mrs ilollie Holt of this Hooperhem j by coughing up pus from he lungs Doctors declared her end s rknear that her family had watched by her bedside fourtyeight hours when at my urgent request Dr i Kings New DiscoAry was given her with the astonishing result Tha j improvement began and continued until she finally completely recover and is a healthy woman today Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds We and 5100 at Z Wayne botI1eUniversally Successful The graduates of the Bowlin lyUiroen University are universall successfully in securing and retain ing good ixwitions For catalog and particulars address Bowling Grce- at University Bowling Green Ky Trousers Broke His Toe At Chariton la tightfitting trousers proved disasterous to Don r A L Yocum when he hurried to Jet into them to respond to an em j ergency call He jerked them and caught his great toe breaking i It is always well to have a box ofi salve in the house Sunburn cuts bruises piles and boils yield to De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Shout keep a box on hand at all times t provide for emergencies For years j the standard but followed by man imitators Ilesure you thIgenuine DcWitts Witch Hazel Sahe1 1Amendlnf an Epitaph Such an amendment said Sena i tor Tillman during debate would destroy the bills meaning as the meaning of the epitaph on old John Skinns tombstone was destroyed An amendment was tacked to John j Skinns epitaph It consisted of one word tho word friend It was i put on in the dead of night The apt tapir previous to the amendment read He did his best Wise filet Ito Now there was a certain girl andf gkto him but she frowned upon his suit The second wooer said she was the sun moon and stars to himl but she bade him bo on his way To me said the thirdLyou are a young woman of agrcoafcjc manl with eyes that migh be a lit tie bluer with a nose that is a wee bit puggy and with a few freckles diandI asiu1TThoso aro and tarngth by roaular traat a JScottsshould continue the treatmentIn hot weathers smaller dose willdowhich Is attached to fatty pro heatedssmplescorn 409415 PUll Street New York Sao and jtoo I all drnggUa r 4 thoughtsI third wooer Be mg an explanation of her conduct she said My goodness I think I was sensible I married the only one that haoVcouraRf enough to tell me of my faults before marriage instead oft waiting to throw them up to me aft erward ITry a little fur Dyspepsia itnfeelinRIeyour your stomach to get itself into shape Many stomachs are over worked to the point where they re- t1 fuse to go further Kodol digests riyour food and gives your stomach 11the rest it needs while its recon properties get the stomach back into working order Kodol re Irilieves flatulence sour stomach palpi of the heart belching etc Sold by L Wayne Griffin Bro IeASustaining Diet These are the enervating days when as somebody has said men DayIfraught with danger to people whose systems are poorly sustained and this leads us to say in the interest of the less robust of our readers that- t the full effect of Hoods Sarsaparilla such as to suggest the propriety of calling this medicine something besides a blood purifier and tonic say a sustaining diet It makes it much easier to bear the heat assures refreshing sleep and will without doubt avert much sickness at this time of year nSaa Water edin Volcano- o Prof lnhn A Brasher the noted astronomer of Iitsburg Pa takes no stock in the sun spot theory of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius He says the theory attributed to Prof- t Belai of Iiilmch that a sun spot is responsible is ridiculous If this were true he says why was Vesuvius quiescent last- i October when the sun spots were at their greatest period of disturbance These outbreaks are caused by the inrush of seawater which generates steam and something has to give a to save this old earth from be boilergAN INDEPENDENT SHOW- n John Robertsons Show the Only Big Circus Not Included in the Trust t Ail the really big circuses of this country can be counted upon the fin oftare now a as the Circus Trust and has for its primary object the suppression of all curdawayohave become so established that the circus would indeed seem sadly lack without them Ti nly firstclass circus that did rant enter the combine this year is the Jhn Robertson Shows and the management states that they will p si dj not be led by this associa j tier 1 trust builders They will nut continue the use of the pa rade as a feature but will see that i each val adds some new and at tructiv novelty for the approbation lursICJuRhtWin uUlm many rlcn s ani I J t predict that their appearance heaver Dam on July 20 will bel reet d with capacity business ar the afternoon and night perfor mans Roman Burgundy r ancient remains of considerISlimarchaeological interest have brought to light in the 1skirtsf Solcure They consist in a I number of tombs in an lined with tufa and alluvialsOil1 gthc remains of an head was placed between two stones a little raised above the other face arms and legs a little bent though in the posture of sleep he tombs are believed to be part of large Burgundian cemetery stab in the first era of Christianity j Stenographers Wanted There is a great demand for corn petent stenographers You can secure a good position by attending the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Kv Address as above for catalog and particulars IdoIK t 1 I 1 H- 1a t yU AVcgelable PrcparalionforAs similating IBowesofting the Stomachs IN XNISH11IRLN Promotes DigcaliortChecrful nessarvlRcslConlainsneillicr 0jutp Morphine norMiiicral l NARC OTIC 1 actdosmc2zmrrzjeSerd MMJ w IffntofNd IApenccl Remedy forConsUpn Urorms Convulsions Fcvcrish j tress and Loss OF SLEEP IFACSimile Signature or- I NEW YORK oldIEXACT 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tibdltrktrnblt lotto nrtlun ulI the ihqubllvn party We are nulhdHceil to iiUMttine I IjAlMNVl I EViasi nf share Irwluf n amlMntf fm ItfprrffntntlVfln llrnrrnl Amnmbly from thin ttieSitll JItrb ublt TO the lllrttull of the lulilliiiii party Examine the labelon paper II It Is not correct notify usIOLDIEIGHTEEN YEARS This issue closes the eighteenth volumn of THE REPUBLICAN We enter another year better equipped than ever to serve our subscribers and patrons We have recently moved into large commodious and handsome quarters and have added many improvements to the f mechanical department of the paper For eighteen years this paper has been folded by hand This issue will be folded on a new No 6 Eclipse folding machine capable of folding twelve pages and almost as fast as they can be counted We shall con tinue to add to the plant which is now one of the most complete outside of the large cities We appre ciate the liberal patronage which we are receiving Our subscription- list is growing as never before and our job department is kept busy all the time Our new quarters and recent improvements h have been made at an enormous expense and we hope our friends who may be indebted to usl will appreciate this fact and make I us happy by lightening our burdens You know how to do it i WITH this issue we raise the Republican standard in the Congress ional race in this district Our banner J is in the hands of an able and fearless leader The Convention which met at Hodgepsyille this week made no mistake when it nominated our townsman and coun tyman 11 L Heavrin to represent the Fourth District in tho next Congress He has entered the contest t to win and should have united and enthusiastic support ofI every Republican in this losl especially should the party Ohio county which has been honor ed by this nomination rally to the support of our nominee where wet will undoubtedly have the aid of many liberal Democrats who will stand by their countyman J WHEN a jury composed entirely of Democrats was selected to try Caleb Powers some people said it was because the county in which the jury was selected wits llWIHltnlhUIYJ Democratic Wondel persons will say about ocratic jury choseh to try Jim Har gis for killing a Republican in a county which is overwhelmingly ReI publican Too BAD that Beckham should be criticised in the house of his friends for pardoning the victims of Magis trate Hoffman who is trying to make the Sunday closing law odious by his frivolous prosecutions Such is the fate of the reformer and has been in all the ages In the lining up of the forces their true character is developed WE are informed that Farmer Coburn who refused an appoint ment as Senator from Kansas does i not drink smoke chew or swear t This explains why he refused the appointment A man like that would die from lonesomeness in the United States Senate IT is announced that the Demo j cratic State Committee will try to j oust Jim Hargis from membership I next month If they adopt the same rules of evidence as laid down in the trial of ville it will be almost impossibleI ROJESTVENSKY 1 r uf the charge of getting licked in the Sea of Japan battle by the Russian Goverment Four ofhis office were condemned to death but their sentences were commuted to dismi sal from the service PEOPLE of Ohioountymust par an additional 10 per cent on the as sessed value of personal property without having had an opportune to be heard upon the matter by the State Board of Equalization OWE snoRo is very much elated over securing 175000 for a net Government building This is out of proportion to the size of the town Owensboro is too near Hartford to ever amount to very much THE next Democratic platform we understand will ignore the mono question The men who have bee giving the dough will be glad if the campaign committee will do likewise TIER are cam strong that the political boss who fixes up the candidates this year will find in November that he lacks a few of being the majority of the voters WE presumeAttorneys Geneva I Nays is proceeding upon the theory that every man has a right to belabor his own ass WE judge from his that Private Secretary Loeb will not allow Mr Roosevelt to run for President again Two pints of milk make one quart declares the milkman So do one pint of milk and one pint of water WHEN we meet with sure enough trouble we learn that almost all our woes have been purely imaginary WITH labor entering politics the future looks dark for the man who entered politics to avoid labor IF Attorney General Hays is to b believed even in half of his charges e is in very bad company OYSTER BAY is not really larger New York and Chicago together It only feels that way IT is to be hoped that the weather bureau is not keeping that cool wave n cold storage to save it HARDLY any of us would begrudge 10 cents to have the sijow shoveled off our sidewalk just now A REPORT has gained circulation that the Beckham Machine has slip red a cog AT this distance it looks as though ho Hnrgis trial would be a howling IRUSSIA has troubles enough for J I all the rest of us UNEASY lies the head that runs a rustProgram Y M C A Rally 1000 a mOpening remarks T Morton President Invocation Rev Frank Baker Music Chil UIWadedress Responsibility by Geo H ox Owensboro Ky NoonreJ- cess p mThe Demands of the Prof L N Gray Address What are You Doing Dr Way land Alexander Investment and Return by Committee Distribution of Souvenirs Balloon ascension for the children Music ter the Rally What Dr E W Ford R HOLBROOK F L FELIX Com G B LIKENS The Lot Sale The sale of lots in East Hartford onducted by the Hartford Land and Improvement Company last Saturday was a success in every particular There were 64 lots of fered and sold the price ran IWc from 35 to 245 The whole n m- bel brought 789450 Those wh- oGet Rid of Scrofula Bunches eruptions Inflammations sore bees of the eyelids and ears diseases of the bones Tickets dyspepsia catarrh wastlhi are only some of the troubles It causes It Isa very actlveevll making havoc of the Whole system sSarsaparill U eureittlftifflailftUtktIbfatIEradicates UpibeiiHbleiyWem te HelplHelpi Im Falling Thus cried the hair And a kind neighbor came to the res cue with a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor The hair was This was because 1Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular hair medicine Falling hair is caused by a germ and this medicine completely destroys these germs Then the healthy scalp gives rich healthy hair The bet kind of a testimonial It Sold for over sixty years Mmtfo tor J U Ayer Co Lowrll YUII Alia manufacturer of lJersSUSAPUllU registered their faith in Hartford b purchasing lots are as follows WM Hetlin James Ashley C 1 Iveown Lee Long Ernest Wood ward R L Tweddcll W S Tinsley J D Duke James Felix A V Row an R T Her Rowan Holbrook Mrs Heber Matthews James Ben nett Joe C Bennett W M Hud son Dr J 13 Tappan Seth Moseley Dr R W King R E Lee Simmer man C R Campbell C 11 Taylor F L Felix W D Luce Baylu Kirtley Will Himes J F Vicker and J E Bean Dedication- On July 22nd 1906 4th Sunday lour new church at Cedar Grove will be dedicated to the the M E church Beaver Dam circuit by the Rev J D Walsh D D P E Louis district Dinner on the ground Ceder Grove is three miles tt est of Olaton the road leading to Sulphur Springs and 1five miles North of Rosine near Mr1 Bob Duffs Everybody is invited to attendREV J H E 1BeaverR Remarkable Statistics of Educa tion According to statistics carefully compiled by the National Bureau of education it thus appears 1 That a boy with a common school education has but one chance in 9000 to win eminent distinction in lifei2 That a high schooleducation gives the boy 22 chances in 9000 to win eminent distinction 3 That a college education ad tied gives the young man 220 chances in 9000 to win eminent distinction These facts forever settle the question Doe education pay The only question left for young men and women to decide is What school shall I attend and where We answer Hartford College is the school and now the time This In stitution numbers among its former students scores of prominent doctors lawyers ministers und bus iness men while hundreds have gained prominence in the trades in dustries and other flp1dn of useful ness it turned out about 40 teach ers this year and fully twothirds of the teachers of the county are its former students The Business Department is up to date in every respect and the work covered is identical with that of reg business colleges Our gradu IIular are thorough in their work and no trouble in holding positions Students enter at any time and receive individual instruction We can also give you a course by mail in shorthand which is an excellent preparation for one who has not time to enter school now First Term Opens Sept 3 1906 Third Term Opens Jan 14 1907 Expenses are as low or lower than in any other firstclass Institution Catalogues free Address L N GRAY President 52t2 Hartford Ky AlJEXANDER July 111Rev Williams of Liver tntJrewilrbegin protracted meet ing at Beda ditirch the nineteenth this mortth 10fMiss Nellie Mdrlow Who has been the last two weeks with her friendsin thisheigllborhood re turnedtn her htimte in Hayncsville a laat atUrday Mr Joe Foster anUfamilV ilf near Hortoh attended church ut Mt Hermbn Sunday M r M6tnik nit antllVlfrro bAuft- e c c crr i tEe P Barnes rBros II n t Wagons Wagons Wagonsd I f OLD HICKORY and TENNESSEE tr Fill Oll twenty years these popular MMUHIS hose ninth themselves keenly felt L in tht competitive lielil I1l1day t 11101a kiiu 111 f theta all 111 buy tlt1o- 11ugolls 3 ijV ill ear load lots and a with111 liniih till trade Vajjtns at old prices jJ r There has litv advances all along the line in both labor and material but ve make you till same old price and have the waLon you ought to hove right in fU stock Visit our war room iivti it ths + Wllns to your sitisaction Mt 111 carry tin Ji Li sie low uid iiiIt wheels with Mound BrakHwl 5 1i Sprinj Seats 3 GI Beaver Darn Ky f VTTo b 44t4VV 44444444RJ I ford visited Mr Willie Park and family SundayI Miss Clara Webb entertained a few of her friends last Friday eeIning in honor of her sister Alice of Champaign III who is spending a short vacation with her Miss Lena Miller of Magan and Clarence DeWeese of Shrove were gUest of Maymee Shown Sun day Several from this place attend the A S of E meeting at Clear Run last Thursday Mr James Ashley and daughter inlaw Mrs Thurlow and her son Austin attended the funeral of lrsJColman of Mt Carnal last Mr Horace Daniel of Olaton was our midst Friday night CHURCH GROWTH IN 1905I Largtit Gain lade by Roman Cativ x ollc Highest Rate by I Episcopalians I Annie iliiris on the relative Hlmijilli film TO will of the sari ous fliiirclius of lie 1nilfil States ore given by Dr Carroll ill the Christian Advocate lu the year lIOi the total mini btr of roiiiiiiiiiiicaiits was II MS 4iJ a net gain fur that year ol i1l1 iJiJ This memlierxiii was distributed as follows Itoiuun Catholics first with lll7i r 4W I net piin IJIlMLl j Methodists yes and with t4LiSl gain lOlSWs Haptists come third with oilI047galii iCiliij Lutherans fourth with lS41J4li gain rlriSO Pres byterians llflli with l7 tS71 gain Ji174 Disciples of ChliNI sixth with I231214 gainof 141iS j KiiiscomIIuns seventh with 8U7 Ili7 gain lllLOIt injreatioiial ists eighth with iS701J jiuin lit ItUl Itcfoniicd Dutch roador man ninth with II IiI22 gala 4021The percentage of pain in in niUHiiif fur the largest denom hut tious are nut except in till case of the Methodists enjoying the siime rate of growth as some of tilt smaller ones In tlieir jwr centage of crease they stand in this order Lutheran OiS Kpis copalliius 1123 Congregational ists Oll Hoiiian Catholics 017 Methodists 015 Presbyterians Oir Baptists 014 Hefonued 008 Disciples of Christ 001 The large rate of increase of the HJutheran denoininution may be partly accoiuilcd for by immigra itiorlJtetllodistuu1 Itaptistsaredo ing most for the negro of the south whit are very stroiif in Hint see tion Tin Itaptist growth in the north where they number 1075 Stt way hut 4Sil but till Metli odist Kpiscopul churcli North lV7i strong had a growth of 6 i Quarterly Report OK Till Foidsville Banking Company- At the Close of Business on the 30th Day of June 1906 RESOURCE Loans and Discounts 10248flfif Overdrafts secured 40000 Overdrafts unsecured 14795 Due from National Hanks 1115203 Due from State Banks i and bankers 1200000 11620 Banking house and lot 1KKOC Other Heal Estate 7571 j Other Stocks and Bonds 1i i25000 Specie 2fi9i32 Currency 1203700IFurniture and Current Expenses Quarter 71000 Total I5003in LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1010000 Surplus fund 170585 Undivided profits 149785 Due depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which interest- is not paid 422iUi Saving deposits on which interest is paidS9457D2 111752til Total 15005031- SUPPi1I1IENrA1tY Highest amoitnt of indebt edness of any stockholder firm inor cluding in the liability of the company of firm the liability of the individual members thereof or indirect ly if such indebtedness ex coeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the bank None Highest amount of indebt edness of any director or officer 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 ity of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 cent of paidup capi tal and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend604 Were all losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 cent ofnet prof its of the hank for the od covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said was declared See Section 596 Ky Statues State of Kentucky I ss County of Ohio i JT Smith Jr President of the Fordsville Banking Co a hunk locat ed and doing business at Hartford street in the town of Fordsville nL said county being duly sworn says IREAL ESTATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with uy Note These Bargains withIon lot I acre All out buildings and good wider Price reasonable One Farm faun miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm consisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 40f acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R R half Caney Creek + bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 stile from the Court- House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultivation 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application List your property with us We will find a buyer- A twenty acre tract two miles North from Hartford on the Owens boro and Hartford road within i mile of School house excellent aneighborhood good barn and out buildings mod rate dwelling and a fine well of water A bargain at 500 BARNETT i SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky mu the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of bus iness on the 30th day of Dec 1905 to the best of his knowledge and be lief and further says that the busi ness of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not else where and that the above report is made in compliance with an official + notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of Dec 1905 as the day on which such report shall be made- J T SMITH Jr Presidents IKE ADAIR DirectorsIme by J T Smith Jr President the 3rd day of July 1906 i P C CoOPER N P 0 Co Ky t 1sI T- I Pu u J 4 Fairs Basement hk 1ITo mole tho socalled dull months busy OUCH at I I store wu are going to ollor some big inducomunts teconomical buyers in our basemen Mental carefully tevery article and you will readily MO that wo aro ollor ing for lf what usually costs you 2 Ic u tI l r I l t- nanlc11Vare A 4it guaran teed enameled lipped sauce pan full size two coats of Iwauti- ful gray mottling on henry steel ba en2ncunt ar 10conly Aran Enamel Wash lovls A self evident bargain 0 n c that you can not afford to over look Something that cost you cv erywhere 2fchnd 35c Our spec ial I price on OC- Chinauarc I Something nec essary in every household Fine decorated platesj Salad It Dith1lS Disheslt t Vjt extra dee- pPudding Pan I Made of good T quality tinGoods i that sell every where for lOc 5priceonly Basement Sundries 2ah Buggy Ihilt- t 1 fI wiroUlothe line ltlc j Iron leo looks Hc- 25c iranitu Dippers lOu l3too Fr Palls IOu I ISinhipanntd wmturslOu IOZ Mass Tumblers lOc Call Picture Frames 10 Iron Bread Tans lOc- I Tin Tea Kettles lOc Itoinb and 1 ln hTl1y310ci Pour Sifters IOc Muflhi Pans lOc- Chair Bottoms lOc fOH Sprung SealelOc Big Sire Whisk Brooms I Oc Feather Dusters lOc omhanti Brushes 10d A11 tradutwill n ellter- r otmtorHIrrrtT2tt7ii t Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 13 Illinois Contra RallroadTlnio Tablo Nodal lloiinil Hiiillli Monad xlIt Iu m111 n m Nalirdn4onm NoIrlnI1 O m XnlMliInA p in po1D2de4Im XotalIIuie 4 in Reliable Shoe at big saving at FSam Bach clearance prices at Sam BachsiRestaurant handles the genu e ine Coca Cola A new shipment of Belts an Ladies Collars at Fairs i Cheese Sausage and Crackers at City Restaurant Frusta and Candies of you i get them at City Restaurant i Mr had Hipsley of the Shinkle Chapel neighborhood is quite illI Read Fairs Basement ad thenI visit them Sure to save money Miss Nell Austin of Louisville is visiting her parents at Beaver Dam Oh my I Do try City Restaurants Ice Cream and Sherbet So goodlI Mr L A Sandefur Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller last Saturday My my I those Fish and Steak Meals at City Restaurant Aint they good If you are preparing for house keeping Carson Co for furni ture I I SPECIALS f I Tinware E Ctt high shape I covered bucket nmdu of good quality tin size patent fullE tom with p enameled han f tiprice only IUu r EI IPuHil Pan A ftt gray en 4 amel pudding u heavy onIbase extra with wide a A good stapit fast selling worth 2re thpricee Glassware Our big flyer tassortment made t i of heavy brilliant fire polished glass I consisting of 1 Pitchers Salad 7 tStandsDishes Vases tetc Great values worth 25 cents OConly t t Oqt plain lip ped presening kettle Made of good quality tin with a good substantial wire faI handle firmly rivet ite l in cars A 2T c value for fin only f these It t pay you tu the Qarga Cty course see Why not try some of our3J Lawns at Carson CO I Plenty of thin Dress Goods at thin prices at Carson Cos Lots of Summer Clothing at reduced prices at Carson Co A big lot of Masons Fruit Jars at the correct prices at Carson Co Attractive values in our Clothing department SAM BACIU Capable Hatable Wearable to suit you in a hat or cap SAM BACH Selling good Shoes at small prices call on us and try a pair SAM BACIL Ice Cream Sherbet and Cakes at City Restaurant Cold drinks of allI kinds Only 5 cts will buy a Ladies Vest lOc value at Long Cos Economy Stores Moore Crabtree the meat men handle Salt Coal Oil and pure Apple Vinegar 5012 Miss Lizzie Sanderfur is the guest of her sister Mrs Dr Shultz at Pleasant Ridge Messrs J C Bennett and L E Everly Matanzas were pleasant callers Tuesday Once a customer always a custo mer is the City Restaurants motto I We treat you white I Say Did ypu try Cold Drinks at Saunders grocery I should say so I never drink any where elseIMiss Annie Hockey returned toI IIIMopkinsviUe Dan Kings baby is quite illof fiux Mr J1 Foster Nocreck caller to see us yesterday Dr A D Park Rockport was a a pleasant caller yesterday Ohio county teachers arc invited to call at Fairs Special price to them Boys new uptodate Caps A regular 25c Cap in Fairs Basemen for only lOc Cost not considered in Fairs Mil lincry department Hats must goat some piece IJust in Kiinch French Lawn for only Joe Big value at Long Cos Economy Store The Ohio County AntiSaloon League met at the Hartford Baptist church yesterday Dont miss seeing our 50inch Mo j hairs for 50call colors at Long Cos Economy Store The new midsummer Lawns Or gandies and Swisses are at Fairs I Come direct to them The Third Y M C A rally at Sulphur Springs next Sunday promises to be a splendid meeting New shipment of Mechlin Vals French and German Vals Laces with insertions to match are at Fairs See our new line of Belts in White Kid and many other styles for only 2iC at Long Cos Economy Store d Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry IGtf H Just think of it Saunders sells ISIli of standard granulated sugar for 100 and you get a ticket worth five cents Nobby Hats for men at small prices and you can find just the Hat you are looking for here SAM BACH Another Shipment of those 250 Parasols all colors but they only cost you 175 at Long Cos Econ omy Store A big lot of Underwear now on sale in Balbriggin and Nainsook for only 41c50c values at Long Cos Economy Store Fairs want every teacher at tending the institute to vist their store A feast of bargains are in store for them- Hartford baseball team von their first game last Saturday at the grounds here over the Hickory team The score stood 7 to 2 For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf New Ribbons for Sashes and Arm- Bands Pretty Persian designs if you dont want the solid colors at Long Cos Economy Store White going from the Court House Wednesday at noon Miss Birdie Woodward lost her watch Anyone finding same will return to her A big reduction on Slippers We show you many pretty styles in Brown Blue Gray Black and White at Long Gos Economy Store Dont forget that Sanders will give you a better dinner than any other place an town and it only cost you 15cts At saunders grocery LOST Between Hartford and Beaver Dam last Fridaymorning u new pair of check lines Finder will please return to Sandefur Co Hartford Ky Moore Crabtree the meat men have added to their stock a splendid lino of first class Family Groceries Call on them when you need any thing inthat line 5012 We cordially invite every teacher and visitor who attends the Institute- to make us headquarters Our store is cool and is full of bargains at Long Cos Economy Store Dr Wayland Alexander will in the near future move with his family from Owensboro to Hartford andoccupy a new home in East Hartford addition We are glad to welcome back to our town such citizens as Dr The AlexanderI defeated the Reserves in a I one side game at Beaver Dam July I 4th by a score of 15 to 4 The feat ures of the game were the all round playing of the Beaver Dam boys home runs of Hunter and Sloan and the pitching of Hunter who struck out men u w Selling Ill big lot of Lawns that we are seilingat 10 cts at Carso Co Get your meals and lunches at the City Reitaurant Most uptodat place in Hartford Dont fail to see and examine our 35inch Bhuk Taffeta Silk 125 value for only 100 at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs Andrew King and son Tom of Owen huru who have been visiting relatives here and who attended the Ward Crabtree marriage re turned home Monday C It Stcvins keeper of the coun ty house who is very low with typhoid fever was thought to be some better yesterday His two children afflicted with the same disease are improving Mr W c Barnett and daughter Miss Eula and Miss Josie Jarrett who have been visiting relatives in Ohio County for several weeks left fur their home in Valley Mills Tex I Wednwidav Mr D 1 King of Rockland CityI Ind and Mrs W M Richmond of Calhoun were the guests of their sister Mrs E J Hudson and other relatives in Hartford the latter partI of last week Mr Jasper Morton of Ennis Texas is visitig relatives in Hart ford Mr Morton is a son of the late Judge John P Morton He left the county eighteen years ago and this is his first visit to his old home M L Heavrin James DeWeese E G Barrass E P Taylor W S Gains R B Martin W S Tinsley and Chester Keown returned Tues day night from Hodgensville where they had been to attend the Fourth District Republican Convention In another column will be found the Quarterly Statement of the Fordsville Banking Company This is one of the strongest financial in stitutions in the county and the statement shows it to be increasing in strength and popularity Miss Mattie Sanderfur Mrs Z Wayne Griffin of Hartford Mr and Mrs C P Austin Miss Virgi tine Hocker and Miss Bessie Barnes Beaver Dam Mr and Mrs Alvin Rowe and sister of Centertown left Tuesday for Lake Algonac Mich for a ten days outing As announced in TilE REPUBLICAN last week Mr E E Crabtree and Mrs Inez Ward were quietly mar ried at 9 oclock Sunday Rev G J Bean ofFciating Immediately after the ceremony they left to attend church at Washington While being driven along theroad near Alexander school house by Mrs Bratcher and Mrs Sandefur Tues day a horse belonging toS A Bratcher broke his hind leg and it was necessary to kill it The leg was broken without the horse falling or even stumbling LADIES SKITKO is a guaranteed protection for you never fails pleasant to usesanitary and bane ficial in its effects Used and re commended by thousands of grate ful married ladies Absolutely harmless Six months treatment 100 Mailed in plain package up on receipt of price Write for par ticularsLE BLUE REMEDY CO 48t4 Lenoir N C Mr R W Caldwell a wdllknown resident of the Narrows Neighbor hood was instantly killed by u falling tree last Satui day He and oth er men were engaged in cutting timber and it was a tree that they had cut down that killed him A large projecting limb to the side of the tree which fell on the ground caused the body of the tree to raise up and this struck Caldwell crush ing his head and greatly lacerating his right arm and side of his body Lost On Sunday morning July 8 one old fashioned ladys bracelet between Beaver Dam and Rough River Locks Engraving inside of bracelet Ella Daniel Return to Miss Pansy Stevens Beaver Dam Ky and receive reward f HERBERT July 10Mrs J P Gilmore of Fordsville has returned home after a weeks stay with her brothers D A and R M Miller Mrs Will Holland and sons Reuben Miller and John Wm of Whites ville Mr E W Lyons and wife Miss Eunice Bruner Owensban ti OO S iELEGANTLY At Underselling Prices hwc at suit for yav No matter Iiov hard t iWH to please or how esdling you may be wo you exactly wual yriui want just the stylo you like best at the price you want to rpay It only remains for y iu to come and pick it out Bear well in mind that we sell the latest style 0 and most reliable go kk Clothing is our main Jtrade the trade that we depend onso we strive v hard to satisfy and please uur customers by giving them good goods for the eastMoney We dont claim to selLSlO Suits for 5 hut we do claim to sell AI goods at prices that arty worth every dollarA 5 you pay fur them We iisru found out that it does not pay to deceive tho peopla by selling them shod k dy goods for small prices tar you do not get your fc moneys worth no matter what price you pay so we now handle Clothing that is made by the best 5 eastern clothing manufacturers who make the best clothes only and ws ssH iJfwnj at the very loaves 2 prices t hat we can afford ts yellthem at 5 Shoes Our motto is to sell gattti Shoes It makes no h difference to us what style jfshoe you want whether a Low Shoe or a High 8hoea Patent Leather or a t Plain Leather we have it andean give you a choice 5 out of a large and complete stock of Footwear Wo would be glad to fit you with L pair Proper Headgear for Men- In search of a Spring lIlft Then quit searching I See us We have everytiling that is now and styl ish in Spring Hats We ktvu Straw Huts and FeltM Hat crowns that you can push In brims that you can pull down Tertescopt Fedoras broad Brims Light and Dark Colors for young andold Charges satisfactory Have You Seen Our Shirts We have a large and fitfiCiianable stock of Mens Summer Shirts in neat Stripes Figures Checks andIPlain Colors prices 50c ta 200 We have tho i Cream Color and NeglijKM S rte with soft collars attached We have a fiivt display of 50c Shirts Neck Tics Collars Sox all Underwear in all kinds colors and styles at the rigit prices See us SAMThe Mens I3ACKimlsher is Hartford Ky HIand Mrs J P Gilmore dinedat ther D A Millers Thursday Shelby Ford and son rllarvy oil visited Robert M Miller FridayIMisses Baxter and Emma Sue Mil ler are the guests of Mrs Sadie Miller Taylor KeynoldaSUtion to dayWill Duncan is not so well this kIThe little baby of L Young is very sick with flax Mrs John Eoardin has returned nonce after A visit of several days in Owensboro UissesEmmaSueianf Annie Belle Miller accompanied I hoc home and will imtIirclaliyesianrf friends for some lime Miss Ottie Duncan dfYelvington is the guest of ilissMargaret Cham bersAustin CrGIIeaadwif fWhites ville visited the family of Jas and Obed Burdeti Satund y i night xad SundayJames L Phillips Whitesvile ffj ited his caster Mrs ffimsia Milk4t Sunday i Mrs tfaxxc Haynen Madisonw2Sey and Miss Ora Haynes visited Mrs Telia Barr of Deaadd EVaday i C S SDHROAOER SCHOOL HOUSE July 11The Local Union of itbe AS of E at dais platens processing nicely the farmers ore taKJC1 great interest in it and new j mead bers sire joining at almost tfiverf meetingFarmers in this comRariiyare threshing1 wheat this week Mrs Me Warner Render ia via friends at tins place J P Menton spent the4th Oaf Juijrl in Owenssboro risi ting friends I Adam Wright who has been living near Hotton for sometime pasfI j jlJii itastfkwntnear Hartford r Mrs Ada Duke Owensboro is vis tbmr James Wright this week Work on the new church at this place is progressing nicely and it will soon be completed For Sale at a Bargain TTiave for sale 11 head of horses 2T rigs all necessaries for a first iWas livery stable in firstclassshapeI- WSQ G town lots 3 with houses on centrally located and very fesraWe property and one farm of 40 acres within i mile of Center JackVianda fltale one or two years RespectfullyF ALLEN KyII Church Notice The last Quarterly meeting for UK Hartford Circuit will be bIt meetinglwill mem hers be present L The protracted meeting for Liber fwill begin the fourth Sunday in ngnrt All arrangements have- ilerstmade JASALEWlsPastor IMO and Thompson and contractors satis orkerDam crrORZAIlli rir tC1Z l SOME MEDICAL FALLACIES Mistakes Made by People Who Think They Can Remedy Their Own i Ailments rA doctor was pointing out medical fallacies the wrong ideas about things medical that many people hold One fallacy he stud is that beef tea Js nourishing It is nothing but water in which certain pleasant and exhilarating meat salts are dissolved You would starve to death on beef tea the same as on whisky or on coffee Another fallacy is that alcohol whlslJwlIIm the hotly Al cohol lowers the temperature It IIUUichillsit is of no use whatever as a guard against cold A third fallacy is that oucogg icontains as much nourishment a pound of meat Sick people without appetite think compla Gently that if they take an oggor two a day they art tloitig well As t matter of fact they are doing anything but well They must re member if they are substituting eggs for meat thatl1ihtrhisnot- r one are required to equal one meat pound Then theres the liver fallacy Many as soon a their stomachs get out of order begin to treat their liver lint the liver is a dau gerous thing to treat unless one c understands it for there nee over fitill distinct liver troubles and what is good fur one of them may be bail fur all the rest r Importing Sacttd Cattle The government has undertak en to superintend the ihf 1lIl1l1t Iou iota this country of t he slltlellu I tie of Jrnlia fur hlrl ding purposes The reason why these cattle are desired by cattlemen is that they lire immune from pleiiropnou monia which has caused such heavy losses through infection by cattle ticks The ticks it is a sated cannot work on tIll sacred cattle Experiments have been carried on for years to demon strut this fact The introduction of oneeighth of sacred blood in the ordinary American salt is said to be enough to obtain im munity Secretary Wilson agreed to afford facilities fur the importa tion of Indian natty but on condi tion that a government veterina rian should examine every beast before it was brought and give iiis approval to the purchase Thee pcnscs of the veterinarians are paid by the cattlemen Greek Who Won Great Race lie was a pour man mark you and had to live most economically to live at all They offered him i 50011 in gold JJ7IIIW in a country where a stout laborer earns less than JO cents a day lie refused it To sustain the honor of Hellas was enough for Loues Spiridon f he said and only asked that he be given a water privilege in his na tive town of Maroiissi that he be allowed every morning to till his goatskins in Athens ami drive his I little team of his own little village and here sell such of the watera his own people might care to buy I of him The niouiyY They set it I aside Fur tot physical Iniiniti of the hays of loics village Out jug Fowl Spread DiMftse f- At tin Uuetlug of the district t coiiinil nt iv Miililcii Kiijiluuti viiiitly Ill hUMlfll hnvisoii the mImIolliw1 of hnlth rcn i ted u IMS IlilhllllliIlUI a olla u 1Id J1uIdo11 tIll s1urehiugff1r till must of tin Gntbteak two ciisis having iln iirrcd in tliosnui fotiap six iiiinitlis njio Iicfoiiiiil Mat n5 fowls vrn kept lUll vorv ciinliiicil spun lmnl on iiiiMctiii ono ho ilisiiiviifil syinpioins of liilitln rin fII1lit out of tin fowls to a ilmiiijMii licI liactcriol ojiist Dr Lnwti who rcjinrtci that hI hod liiWIIlIIt ill Itn hn cillus closely irseiiiUliii I III im cillus found in human beings at taiUtd wit h diphtherial Fnlth VF Huitls I Here is a CIIIatI lielicvcr ia the e Ilkit v of fault who ymtvsyou hurt only to think ronslaiiily of anything you want and it will calla to routi deallitlelelnad Plain Dealer Brickwork Embroidery Ill Xorniandy Flake there Elands a modern chateau the n 4 brick of which Is laid in sncli elan orate patterns that It ives the effect of intricate embroillery UNCLE SAMS LITTLE GRAFT Postal Department Has a Big Profit from Lost and Unused Stamps nan you ever stopped to think that Uncle Sams postal depart uncut makes about l00UIW a year out of postage stamps that are lost or never used t asked a prominent o 111 cia I of tile Washing ton post ollice of reporter for till Iittsliur Gazette 1 dare say that there sue enoiih postage sfamps wasted in Iittsburgtopay or u new post ollice Just think of the number of stamps that mitt put into pockets aud later unearthed ill small hilI the stamps that become guinmed together or are lost outright the number of stamped envelopes and return postal cards that are sent I out by business men and never used the stamps thin are stuck on carelessly and fall oft in tran sit but whirr the postman 1011 lects again from the receiver I litI stamps that are put on packages in greater quantities than re iiiiied When the hot weather COIIKS along with its stinky stamps tIIi tlt Sams neat little graft swells j to enormous iiroimrtious Signs of Spring Women who do their oWlllllalI keting art now toting Imnie ijuan pities of rhubarb which is slewed up or converted into tarts and pies The plant contains several active extractives and is a hlg popular tonic astringent Io cl1 hl1 the blood in spring Till i Poe Gen Marion always drank ItaSloollfullofIn certain pasts of the south as paiagns tea is the panacea ireat i for till kidneys Some of the old j timers Iitoil a piece of pint root multi chew it as we rhew tobacco An infusion of sasafras root is In lieved to be as good as anything else under high heaven Its prop crties mace due tOil 0111111oil IIrsulpat itlmm ollllliIiS aua 155111 ial i oil and is diuretic tOIl l1I11t1 alter olive NYlress I Cossack Customs IIIIIIJUllIlIIlolIl and usages are prevalent union the Cossaek of the Iou No limn changes his clothing on Monday If he did Iiis believed that he would sillier from a severe skin disease On Thursday no fat or flesh must be pickled or corned If anyone hog looted this the meat would lie full of worms ill a fortnight Wool is not spun on a holidayclsc thceal tie will sicken and die A lieu is always given an uneven number ra- teggs to hateli never an even niim her rones left from a dinner at a funeral are thrown into the river else the dead will appear M the living ill fearful shape and at the name meal no one IIIplIlit must ahvavs be 11101111i Pity the Poor Woman I trncionn lolin cMhiinicd Mrs Slnnyey yon surely havent liroifght anyone huuu to dinnei j Sure replied Slanguy j Iliivent yon got any grub toe iheiaV Why no You told ute thN morning youd plug home a olplof lobsters lor dinner iUld Well thats them in the jiai lor Ihiladelpliia 1rcss i POPULARIZING FRENCH COIN 3traig Viy of CiMating n Demand for a Formerly Unpopular 1 Nickel Tliis little story coiues from Iatis says tlie ImliamipolisNewj Some time ago a live stills pieii j jn uNktl was ltlillltI It lamas very iinpopiiliir among small 1IlICltS1 people who in every ivojiled taking it One day the story spread with lightning rapid icy I hal IIIIIOII all Ihostptresofu- inkel j there were live to which the mint had given a particular mark that made them specially valuable This murk Wilt the name of IColliscliild Hull the lucky persons who should discover these marked pieces would on currying hem to tIlt rich banker receive for the first piece iTj Ollll francs t 100 the second 10000 francs the third and fourth 51100 franc I each and the last 2000 francs it was given out that this lottery was gotten up by Rut hseluild because he is largely interested in nickel as he is in other metals The new money is now in great uV limo ml and earl 1111of every coin is eagerly scanned in the hope rUniting the microscopic Murk of the eut Itotlischild 1HIIIIII shrewd persons are won to whom is hum the credit i for having thus created a demand for this unpopular piece of money hlthttIZiI11111 begins to pick over his food his shadow grows less The pruulula1itlydleriththist ever was IIfIeralobjection to eating the peck sit one meal I hove an old friend who never rats tIll crust of bread no ma tier where the stair of life is baked Pulled bread for hiul111d there is nothing better than pullet bread toasted with a little butter smeared thereon This fart however dues not ex III1IIIIIuIIIIconfection It is bictd twit baked 1111 will never enlist indi phIage boy tall omIt a whole box of zwieback in ten minutes The av tinge man wants something it ss- svmelN V 1rcss BullFighting Sttt tlc M am otf fur Spam said a pho toII11II1I Theliiill lightingsia IiIthere for the lust perfii inancr StI1I1IIIIIthI three halls ate killed ttn lurcs and a twenty lift IIIII a man Tit gregate sciisons l Slighter in the ring that is to say is liiil bulls 51111 hnrss and LO men Till chief matadors number i They each earn about Inllll sii son The ordinary helpers cat uiii Ia SIaSIIII omuly5tlll Not a I lack Sheep Mr Ttmkins was waiting tar Miss Miniiie and her youthful brother was eiitertnining him un til his sishrs arrival I say he ventured your lili is black isiilitV Yes 11IXo what put tliut idea into your head dtiiino only sister Miiinieiaiii the oilier day thud slit belicvd you were ualunullly light IwalI Mr Toiukins has transferred his affections to another girl uni SlorjtS- IVUliJ Speech loMiy callid to his moot her from tin yniil gad irked her to xrillv 1111111 him to put on his urn l irl htiiist For Rant liif all ln1 blMV with a Flelii- Iessii said Very will I will write ii L 1V ncli M loner Ioh no prolesteil Jiiiliby Illaltrouldrlrit Tlicscnre Kng lisle siuimws Lippiiicntis LLIf =1LgTOFd21L Bean tartheKind Yts tlav 6laats Got r TIfJestctbDeath in Bologna Sausage- J n Uarniort u farner resiilir near Fort smith gall his two Phil dren Emma aged o yours and James a ell inontiiM diui lulu IS of ptomaine10151mnb liny hitd eaten hOJCI1t sausage A daughter siRed i years is at time point of death The mother lilt none of the sausage and is not af footed The bologna was purchasid fr m a street lunch stand Thinks Hell Fly Without Gas- Amiel Hratnhie of New Castle In hats just been granted a patent on a new style of nirr hip and be lieves he has solved the quesliorl df flying In his ship he depends entirely u on mechanical principles to sustain his flight and u 01 neither gas nor any outer thing of that nsiture to give it buoyancy Subscribe for TllK HliPt liuc 1N I laDiuase aelth REVIVO RESTORES VITALITY Midi a THEWeU Man II I GnmA R3 L v0 Rm1ilmDY actsawcrfuli1 on1hinslnif 1C KVIVO It quickly and quietly re mutes Ncrrou nOM MlmoryYoling forstudyliy Mnrtlnir nt tho Rcmof dlKas but Ian crrat brlnlnltkMiirlm the flro or youth It wnnls on up ItEVIYOIil 1t110ILPL00VOYAt I1e Ih iECocIMi DROPSa RqD tAP CURES RHEUMATISMLUMBAGO NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE J D80PS taken Internal ride the blOod of tlie poltonoui mutter and acids which are the direct causes of these dneaMi Applied extcrnallr It affords almost Inv slant relief from pain none a i erroanent cure Is beIng erected br pursuing the blooa dluolririt the twltonoui sub stance sod removing It from the intern DR S D BLAND Of Itr wlon Oa Trrltcil l1oo4 been a wgerer for numb r of j ya wttb LambAtfo lad IL DreW In iny r- sad lea DU ulrjll tht 1 ooolj M + tbr from meOkal work ftiHt alto concult with a norobr 0110 Lt aelanbul round uoILIor lhl saw tbs relief cbtlD 4 from HiRulil I te iTlL It In my ltaeUcfor rbfiimttUm ud Via JrfO dU- MiMFREE If roll are suCerln with Rbcomatlio Neuralgia Uldoer Trouble oranr kin dred dltease write to us 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vtions of the Soitkwest vLriiani xis for Spa and Kni fr S5 Per Acre I Or nf th remarkable thing- about Knstirn Arkansas and North I uixinna is the fact that cleared land rents for m5 i ur acre each nail cn bi bought fur 750 to 15 jv r acre It or sts from SO to a10 nn aero to clear it Other improvemonu necessary arc sligh and ineNjienciv 0 The soli is rich alluvial or made acre worth 15 to SCO Thin account It products a halt of cotton per fI its high rental value Others crops such as corn small grains grasses vegetables and fruits thrive as well Alfalfa yields 4 to 5 cuttings a ton to a emitting and brings 10 to IIpll ton In other sections of these states anti in Texas as well the rolling hilliand is espeeially m lap ted to lock raising and fruit growing Lund is very cheap 5 to 10 acre unproved farms 10 15 to ir per art TIlt new White Uiver country offers many opportunities for set ters High rolling fine water it is naturally adapted to stock mind fruit rnihig Can be bought a low as Soper net c Sec this great country for your self and pick out a location IV eriptivo literature with maps five upon III iitH The ii souri Puttifir lon Motm t Iln System Ltru sell reduced rate1 round trip tickets on first mill this d Tuesdays of each month to points it the West and Southwest good returning 21 days with stopovers For descriptive literature maps titilP tables etc wrile to It T G MATTHBWS T PIor IL C TOWNSKND Louisville CK P TKjI St Louis I I Sugarcoated to take mild in action They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache fcttS DYE I rHIIIur pauucisr UK a r lull t w sJJuti y a r atteasstmrts mtta stsara tnT + A eso t = = DITTERSSTOMACH I digLIVER frJ iIrJSSESIiJ Tki I C M IUUMTT K SMITH BARNETT SMITHyi ATTORNEYS AT LAW ii A luruic it 1v IWlllllrllrhtIhrlrtrlullliftllleuurr ftliNprdnl 1I11IIIIlIllv1I tt all huslneat nerd Ihrlrcnm rollrrtluiiiiiiiiil thi InirtlrxuMrlni Innlnml llmil Culntv Law M ilnltlr Offirrln IIIUHIIOAN Illlllllllllt FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw 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Securety to Depositors t I J W FORD President JOHN T 9200000i H P TAYLOR V Prest R HOLBROOK i J W H P TLORHOLIIROOK Directors JNO C TIIO IASi+ TO MAMMOTH CAVES Continued from First Pnye 3eWeWiWMrMJeWea x aaaaaevear 2 NOT GOOD AFTER JULY 23 FreeTrip to Mammoth Cave Ballot i This Ballot will count one 11 vote for A Mr District No g When properly filled out and returned to Till REPUBLICAN of 2 g fice by mail or otherwise on or before expiration date shown above 9 f atcxarak CKKKNf x wc c acat c THE IDISTRIOTSThe seven Districts arc made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No 1ILIt and West Hartford East and West Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTRICT No2 Cromwell Select Arnold Rosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan voting precincts DISTRICT No 1 East and West Fordsvilie Etnaville Shreve Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 5Beda Heflin Buford and Bartletts voting precincts DISTRICT No G Centcrtown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No iNorth and South Rockport Mcllenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts FIRST I 4 NATIONALBANK Ot Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500- Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in- DIRECTORS HAm LIKENS ALVIN HOn BURCH FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN 00 1 BLACK BIRKHEAD E PROPRIETORS r i Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer SJ AND FREIGHT LINE b Meets all trains Also 2 General Liverymen = Best of attention given to stock New stable Main b lj street Hartford KytM- a I Louisville eB0o11aiVILOLE7 KNOW 380000 FACTS within a radius of only 6 miles Itleads the WORLD- In tho manufacturing of jeans farm wagons sewer pipe wooden boxes andn producing i and handling whisky solo eather cement tobacco ax handles and plumbers supplies louisville Isths horns of tl1ollLr est organ factorax torlesln the world and has8 electric Inter tJ FULBOMESIIscitlyepropertyvauetlonIsr- r 200000000 It has the grandest park system I n the United States and many mnQ nlflcent public buildings and churches and Is the home ofthe WORLDS LEADING COM MERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll at this school do THOROUGH work and youll never be In want ofagood In boomlni enterprising city like louisville NOW Is the- llmetolnve tgate Catatogstefree BRTAINTSTRNTTONBUSINESSCOULUL LoUISVILLL KY Subscribe for The Republican DEMOCRATIC JURYI Will Pass on Hargls and Callahan Cases Looks Like Usual Hrarae up Beattyville Ky July 7Twelve Democrats selected from a strong- I Republican county make up the jury to try James Hargis the former County Judge and Ed Callahan the former sheriff of Breathit countyfor the murder of James B Marcum a RepublicanThese are to decide the fate of the man who is a member of the Democratic State Central Committee from their district and who for years held the balance of political power in the mountains of eastern Kentucky and who today boasts of of his influence with the present Democratic State administration at Frankfort without a murmer of dis approval from that quarter The jury was selected after 61 talesmen had been examined by the attorneys of either side the last four being secured from bystanders sum moned by the elisors Out of the sixtyfour names drawn from the jury wheel after the regular panel of twentyfour men had been exhausted only half of the number were summoned by the elisor and his deputies Shake off the grip of your old en emy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Then will all the swelling and soreness be driven out of the tender inflamed membranes The fit of sneezing will cease and the discharge as offensive to others as 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 Breaking an Army Horse lrlli1 Wkly 1 In breaking the young horse you have a more difficult problem as he must be handled with extreme care and kindness and the least departure therefrom may ruin the horse lie should be broken with the snaffle bit taught gradually and made much of whenever he is required to do anything new He is first given the bending lessons to supply the neck and make him reinwise taught to lead and placed upon the longe n rope or lariant being used for purpose He is made to thatI the right and left in a circle change his gaint thrown and taught to lie down at the signal or word of command to move backward or for ward to passage turn on the fore hand haunches etc In doing this a small switch is used in conjunction with the spur and the reins It is necessary to be very patient and always kind one must pet him and make much of him whenever he responds to the aids He soon learns what is required of him and only a few lessons are necessary When ever he has responded to the reins they should be relaxed and he should be allowed to have his head To make him carry himself well and give the proper arch to his neck side reins fastened to the cinchrings of the saddle are excellent and while at first the horse finds them irksome and will fret more or less if you are kind to him he soon learns to arch his neck to prevent pain from pressure of the bit 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 financiall able to carry out any obli ligations made by his firm WAWING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Testimonals sent free Price 75c drujtgistsI I I A Battle for Life With a Fish boyweres s coal float in the Allegheny rover near Sixth street Pittsburg Pa I they were attacked by an enormous sturgeon The boys badly fright ened tried to get away but the fish gave battle and seized Willie Weid erseim aged 10 by the leg Wrighting in pain the lad scream ed for help Jacob Miler the watch man of the float ran to the boys as sistantance and dragged him from the water the fish still hanged on He killed it with a baseball bat The fish was almost six feet long I andweighed 89 pounds The boy is badly hurt Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1900 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 daysIStanford July 123 daysILancaster July I33 days Hustonville July 253 daysIWinchester July 253 days Madisonville July 315 days Danville August 13 days Harrodsburg August 74 days Fern Creek August 144 days Vanceburg August 164 days Columbia August 214 days Shepherdsville August 214 days Lawrenceburg August 214 days Springfield August 154 days Brodhead August 153 days Guthrie August 238 days Nicholasville August 283 days Shelbyville August 284 days Florence August 294 days Ewing August 303 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Bardstown Sept 51 days Monticello Sept 114 days Glasgow Sept 12A days Henderson Sept 255 days Falmouth Sept 264 days Pembroke Sept 273 days Owensboro October 25 days Mayfiled October 34 days euns9s oRs= aBears tne- Bljsiture its Kind YOU Han AllHJJ BflSi J Iof Baby Coach Tied to Bridal Cabj At Sharon Hill Pa with a diminutive baby coach towing behind the cab and with the vehicle decorated with all manner of signs indicative of the bridegrooms business Thom as Ryan and his bride Miss Margaret M Sweeney were driven to the station last week They had just been married at the church of the Holy Spirit by Rev Father McMahon Dying of Bees Stings Attacked by a hive of bees on his farm near Salix Pa Joseph S Burkart was so badly stung that his life is in danger The bees settled on him before he could get out of the way and stung him in about 100 places on the head face and back Died tor Love of Wifes Daughter Last week lover for his wifes daughter is said to have caused the suicide of George Barrett near Washington Junction Barrett mar ried a widow with four children including a daughter with whom Barrett subsequently became infat uated This daughter was married recently and her stepfather became despondent and took his life leaving a farewell letter for the girl OneIMinute the cough syrup with a reputation Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Now is the Time Now when this weather just makes one dream of the cool and delightful retreats of the Adiron dacksOf the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence The thousand lakes and streams of ichigan Canada and the north westWhere one can roam with fishing rod along shady forest streams and swing the line out over the deep pools Or paddle through quiet waters with only the music of the forest or the ripple of the water to break the deep quiet of the solitude Now is the time to consult your nearest Big Four Agent as to routes I rates and information regarding your vacation trip Four cents in stamps will bring our Worlds Playgroud H J RHEIN G P A Cincinnati 0 The Big Four the road with th service S J GATES Genl Agt- Louisville Ky Pus STRONG AgainIs StovallofTiltonQfc laid after taldne DYlplpalat otherwnkwomen being rt stored to perfectII health by this rim dy YOU may be Will if you will take It Indlzeitloncauto nearly all the tick nest that women haT It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women tufftr wtaktn and become distal td Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the Whole some food that may beaten It nourishes tho body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol tune Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings btlchinghtartbura aU stomach disorders Digests What You Eat DILtMtMt4 eye rneuN N e1e Lab I slew M runs U W era1wvNlteMRtp trIU w S 15 til O eL aA Hold by Z WATIf E UKIVHN Big Four Route EXCURSION BULLETIN For April 1906 Minnesota North and South Dakota Manitoba Western Ontario Sskatchewan Kssin iUoia and JlbBrtaSSH tiers tickets Dates of sale April 3 10 17 and 24 190- 6Indianapolis IndFromrpoints in Indiana only Dates of saleApril 24 and 25 190- 6Northern Michigan 1 p eeYZi HomeSeekers Excursion April 10 and 24 May 8 and 22 California Washington Ore gon Idaho Montana Utah and Intermediate Territory Special one way second class colonist tickets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 San Francisco and Los An geles Cal And return Dates of sale April 24 to May 4 1906Mexico One way second class colonist tick ets on sale daily to and including April 7 1906 Apply to nearest Big Four agent MS RIIKIN Genl Pass Agt- Cincinnati O S J GATES Gen Agt- Louisville Ky THE REPUBLICA is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Thousands of Acres For Sale ai reasonable prices Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN I ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas moat direct line via ST LOUIS ANB MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and tree recant chair cars Hom eeKer Excuralonl third Tuesday of sac pamphlaeR C OWNSENOA10 MATTHEWS IIIrUkL rntlilrPuODtl- L LOUIS UB nuiu CumbelandTELEPHONE t AN- DTelegraph Coi- tecorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and placeof business My business boat Increased and my wiles voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanlyrompetltlon T J fflORGRN Mgr Wt1n lnTOhio County Circuit Court TFIIIrkWd Judge DID D ningoAttorntj Oscar illdklrt Jailer Ed 0 narraw Clerk Frank L Felix Muter Corn mlmloner V LMoeeleyTrustee Jury Fund B nMnrtlo Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff S A Ilratcher L P Crowder E II Hagen Grant rollanl WConrtconreneiflrit Mon day In March end August and continue thnw kiand third Monday In May sod November two week- sCountyConrtW II Taylor Judge W8 hartfordmonth MoodyInCourt of ClalmeConvene Brat Monday In Jaa OctoberOther DWeeseSchool AllentCoronerJIntoTu tlc CoxxrtaV piwSeptember December 26 SeptemberISeptember29September lea208eptember 10SeptemberZCavrtfsrdIcllca CoUrt Attorneyyeses second Monday In each mouth ZSolieiou Bmxylcmm SundayeeebleconSunday1aitorBaptltChnrch8errlceheld nigh SUDdaDlghDd BOardDerC P Church Service dm Sundcy la each mouth at 11 a m and rpm Rev J D nat nedpator- School TruateellIarttordC M Crowe J S nIeudletoaCltyCouncllJ H William Mayor 011 nleadtoDDr J W TaylorAcrt Coc2t3r Fridayulghts AMuoalInMoadoHartford Tent VoI 9 Knights of the Macca aitouahmeetierery Tieeilay night lreatnn Morton lost Xo 4 O A R holdr alsrmcetlagRatardayheforont8undyts Vr1 Southern Raiway t Shortest and Fastest Lines IIOrlLonisvilleDanville and Lexington TO WesiNDaily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville 530 a m Lye Louisville 900 a m Arr St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car- LveLexington 500 pm Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m- Art St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of tho Sky Booklet and other illustrated literatureW MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky JEJH C KING G P T A Ill East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C PT A 224 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky tiG B ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo Subscribe for TilE REPUBLICAN a4b a AAMM1 MMn r NIIIYM hYMIMAMYJ S A SWEEPINGa y 1IT1flA1IIi- II MITtI FIIK1IIII-t I Hi 1UlI t Ior 30 Days Only Sale Begins Saturday July 14th Closes Wednesday August 15th As is our usual Pastom we come again without semiarnual offerings of many bargains Notwithstanding the mark ed advances in most all lines merchandise we were fortunate enough by early buying to secure many lines at old pricesand after ra f of the most successful seasons business in the history of our business we desire to show our up preciation of sanH to our friends and customers by giving to them a season of extremely low prices in which our loss will result in they gain Below we quote prices on on a few of the many articles carried in our immense stock bu remember that JD 3his great sale every article in our house is to he sold at reduced price tI 1 Calicoes We have just received a wte Standard Prints assorted to t old 14Ic-A lot of short length faliteo3k-AI lot of assorted Apron racd IDoo313 Ging hums worth 7 and iO1 ami 121 sale price 52K6j fraud 10 Notions 1Qc Needles 3c Hairpins G packages 5c box 4c Pearl Buttons 3c Agate Huttons4cHo-oksand Eves e Ac 0 Spools of 1hread25cLawns 5c Lawns SJc Tic 5c 8k Gc lOc 73c- 12ic 1 9c 15c lOi 20e 0114c I v 55e w 18c White goods including Ttaitbios Lawns hulls Silks Silk Grena dines etc Will all jwrdiafr greatly reduced prices- Woolen Dress 6ofms Hero is where the prier i= vafc wilt a 2 0edged sword Worth 175 for 135 150II 120 125 HBo y 1001 82c I 75158c50 42c 35 27cl41 25 4 20 laic 11 15 12o iShoes ShocsK p 3aixraaC 18 ri9b- i1 98e- Excepting special oilerini y dfsoaunt of not less than 10 JKT uti will be given on entire ling Ladies Oxfords worth 2jam563il- S 123 1Y1uir1 I 5 br tSe-N lOd and 11rfx 7 7liaid89a NOW FOR THE FUN At our cost and a gain for the lucky mail or woman on Saturday afternoon July 21at oclock there wil be thrown from I the top of our store house n lot merchandise consisting ofI Pants Hats Shoes Sox Supporters Collars Ties Bacon Beans and a handful of Cash Let everybody come and join the scuffle u ON SATURDAY JULY 28 At 10 oclock a m we will give to the man in the store having the largest foot a pair of shoes and to the lady over 21 years old in our store having the smallest foot a pair of shoes At 4 oclock in the afternoon on Saturday we will give to the prettiest baby not over a year old a solid gold ring Old maids to be the judges ON SATURDAY AUG 4 At 4t Jock there will be Balloons sent up To each Bal loon will le attached cards calling for an article of merchandise The person returning these cards will be presented with articles fret of charge Let everybody join the chase It will pay for the running NOW FOR THE LAST And best of all On Saturday August 11 at oclock p m we will give to the man who will bring a load containing the greatest number of people to our store a suit of clothes Now remember the people are to be brought from the country and not gatheredup in town Now dont let some other fellow beat you Clothing Clothing Jflore the cutting is deep A nice line of Sumner Suits Worth 1000 for GOO JOOII 550 i1 S50 500 F 750 475 Suits and Odd Pants- A special counter of suits at i price A sjiecial counter of Odd Pants USe All Suits and Pants excopt above mention ed at a discount of 15 to 25 per cent Ladies Skirts Worth 000 for 125 500 375 ioo 300a 350 275 00h 210 1 250II 125 Embroideries- A splendid lute of many beautiful do signs 5c values for 31c 7ic c Sic 1 I lie lOe 7U 12ie 1 1l ie 15c 12c- 18c 11 lie Lacss reduced in same proportion Ladies Shirtwaists collars ties belts pricesIndiesjourown price Now is the time to get a nice hat for a low pric- eHandkerchiefs Four for 5c A better one lc II 115c8c Ladies Hose Worth lOc for 80 11121c lOc 115e 12cT u 20c IGc 11 250II 22c 50l 27c 50c 40o A lot of Childrens Hose for5cBl- each Domestic One lot at 4io One lot yd wide 15yds for1U0Only 15 yards to customer ynrdA 5c kinds und lengths to be sold at any old price Mens Shirts and Underwear Worth 25 and 35c for 22c II 50cII 42C II 75cII G3ct 100 1187c11 125II 08c II 150II 118II 250 or 211 II r fjEverything in slo lwHtBssatd at not less than 10 per cent discount except Flour Feed Sugar Coffee Bacon and Lard Do not forget the IIays of Special Attractrosa5l remember that the above prices apply only to cash or its equivalent 1 GIBBS DRY GOODS COMPANY ROCKPORT KENTUCKY Mwro WUIUU i yw1Y S1