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Q Che MaxtforbUqnbtzcaittCi Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW VOL WILL FIND IT IN Till REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year IIVOl VTV HA11TEORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 20 1906 No1 ILINCOlN BIRTHPLACE flbr Correspondent Visits 01 Home Near Hodgensville Farm to be Transformed Into a j Beautiful Park and interesting Relics Perpetuated While in attendance at the Repub lican Convention which met in Hodgitisville July 10 llWfj it was ray very great pleasure to accept an invitation from Mr Thos B Kirkpatrick hvillit the Lincoln farm It is situated two miles Smith of Hodgensville the county seat of L Rue county The country around 4 rolling and dotted with numerous lakes and pouts It is now in a high state of cultivation The farm has a gentle undulating surface awaiting fI JI the touch of the landscape Kardner to make its picturesqueness completeThrough the effort of Mr Kirk patrick the early house of Lincol- has been brought into national a tention and a sentiment has arise over the country asking that It b come a National Park About a year ago the farm was sold at public sale at the Court House in Hodgensville It was bought by P F Collier proprietor of Colliers Weekly for 5600 Im mediately Mr Collier turned it over toa Lincoln Memorial Association formed for the purpose of collecting funds sufficient to cmhelish it and make it a fitting memorial to the immortal whose origin was so lowly I was informed that the Associa tion is receiving voluntary contribu tions amounting to more than 900 per day The spending of half a million dollars is contemplated by the Association A monument is t- itotk I the site of the fatuous cabin the foundation stones which can yet be seen where It stood The other architectural memorials are to be a museum for Lincoln relics and IInI auditorium capable of seating thousand people This auditorium is to be used by representatives o the North and South in the discus sion of great economic questions and as a meeting place for great representative bodies Many oche buildings including hotels will b erected The landscape will be changed to give it the most artistic effect without blotting out the old landmarks A guard is kept constantly on watch at the farm to prevent the desecration of the grounds and shrubry by relic hunters While sitting on one of the founda tion stones of the cabin Icould dot but marvel at the greatness of the infant who first htard the birds song and beheld the golden sunlight iyhis isolated place and when meditated on the universal homage that is now paid him I realized tha to be cold and speechless in death is not to die His life and works live on and on in the hearts of mil lions of free and grateful people S long as honesty of purpose kindness of heart and true manhood are held as cardinal virtues so png will the Wane of Abraham Lincoln standout in bold relief among all the grea who have trodden the Western Con tinent His greatness is destined t increase as theages 1111on and his innne will ever he an inspiration wherever the English language is spoken J111 D Notice The Sulphur Springs Magisterial district A S of E will meet at Fricdalnnd Saturday July 28 All locals arc requested to be present as there will be important business to attend to E G KIIUIY Death of Esquire Autry Esquire Wm Autry one of the most prominent and best known citi zens of the county died suddenly at his home in Horse Branch last Sun fay of heart failure Esquire Aut ry had long been in business nt Horse Branch and was popular with all classes of citizens He was the Republican nominee for Representa w tine some years ago and was only defeated hII very narrow margin al though he made no canvass of the beratedoffice he chose by merely consenting to run Ilis remains were laid to rest theIrelatives l He will be sadly missed inhiscom jmunity HuffWade Mr Ollie Huff and Miss Pearl Wade of Fordsville were married yesterday morning at the New Corn G J Roan thetyoung couple happy of LittlejLillian IDeaththe fith day of July at 3 oclock plii Lillian the infant baby of Mr and Mrs Noah White died of j infantile troubles and was buried the following evening at Acton bury ing ground in the presence of a gatheredtto pay respects to monthstdays of age was I one so young and bright should be called from our midst so soon jOh dear parents weep not fors he ono to her heavenly home and is now rejoicing with the angels in I heaven Dear parents live so that when you come to die you may meet little Lillian in her heavenly home where parting will be no more A FRIEND HERBERT Mr Will Duncan dies the 11th inst after u lingering illness of oflSettleI baby daughter Mr Duncan was raised neat Winchester Tenn Rev II T Bruner of Owensboro conducted the funeral rvice at Pan ther Creek church after which the Woodmen of which Mr Duncan- i i was a member took charge of the bcdy Will Haynes of Spottsville is IMr Mrs Tom Jett and other- r in this neighborhood- I A Miller Jr and brother Wilbur of Owensboro visited their uncles D A and IL M Miller the past week Misses Mat Milligan and Pearl Bruner were the guests of Mr Sam Flowers of Patesville Sunday Mr Elias McCarty is in Evansville this week hisMrdaughter Miss Hallie who is sick at Maceo where she is visiting her sis ter Mrs Alma Nuckolds IMr Ivy Floyd has b unlis RENDERt17Joe S Spence was in Central City last Wednesday 1Sam James Sr was in Horse Branch last Wednesday Prof and Mrs V M Mosely re turned home last Thursday after an absence of three week with relatives count ties IMiss Elizabeth Jones returned to Nashville Tenn last Friday after visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Edw Junes for the past five weeksII Jones was in Central City last Sunda- yI E Herrel was in Owensboro last Sunday Miss Ida Mac Henry Louisville is the guest of Miss Lucy James E 1 Barrass Sr is visiting in the State of Ohio Mercer Bros have just completed their nov tipple at their coal Bank Mrs W R Peach Viand children are visiting in Cool Spring Mrs M H Collins Memphis Tenn is the guest of her sisterMrs McDowell Fair Work at thisplace is quite dull at present owing to the scarcity of dilroad cars 1x1yFiU4ySiYra f CABIN IN WHICH LINCOLN WAS BORNI j j i I I I j TEACHERS INSTITUTE Large Attendance and Excellent Instructlon Scecial Pro grams GoodI The Ohip County Teachers Institute i convened at Court Hall Mon tiny with a large crowd of teachers in attendance the first days enroll ment being 112 The Institute was organized by electing Miss Lillian Monroe Secre taryDr H N Rdark who was recently elected Dean of the State Normal school at Richmond Ky is ably in structing the body and is giving en tire satisfaction The teachers are all resuondin with excellent papers or addresses to the topics assigned them andII marked advance in the geperal- standard of Ohio countys teacher- is readily noted The following is the enrollment L N Gray C W Moseley C K j HawkIIson 00 Williams J A Rhoads Ronda Wade N B White 0 WI Wallace L P Miles I K Floyd I Oliver Hoover W It Carson H H Davis V M Moseley G W White j Jessie Raley Bessie Raley Lula Ac i ton Eva Taylor Loney Taylor j Grace Whittinghill Mrs Belle MIFnutie E Moseley Myrtle WilliamsI Allie Fielden Ruth Shown Forrest Calhoon JT land Edna Hudson May Mills Besj sic Mills Mrs Stella Cooper Katie Hawkins Fred Anderson Maddox L P Drake Mattie SudieI cnor Lillian Patterson Mrs Rowan Iva Taylor I J Hoover Henry Leach Burch Shields M D Maddox Everett Liles J C McI Crocklin Lawrence Gary Oscar Wilson Annie Daniel Stella Mill VerI na Magan Lillian Monroe Mayme Shown W S Taylor Dora E Gib son Mrs J S R Wedding Annie Carter E S Howard Verda j Wright Ira Howard Lula Midkiff Clarence DeWeese H C CIowderf Arthur Kirk J C i Magan A P Boswell Ozna Shultz Emma Axton Sarah Pirtle Owen j Ambrose A A Sanderfur Irene t Whittinghill Vernon Crowder L J j French T J Edge Ella Norris C A Keene W C Loyal Nora Over hultz William Griffith E J Carter Mary Holloway Mayme Crowder Hayden Roach Lena Miller Olal Hoover F t Whittin hill Mary Lambert Della Payton Florence Hooge Myrtle Miller Anna Hooge I Georgie Heayrin FD Westerfield 0W Edge Jessie Ford J W Petty C 0 Hunter 0 N Stewart J I S Loyal Ora Maddox E G Allen t A B Carter Stella Daniel E W Magan John Hamilton W A Mox ley Eva Gentry Anna Berryman Mrs Florence Keown Mrs Mary i Storms Blummer Renfrow and Annie Wilson The special program embracing the social session Monday evening was well attended and higly enjoyed The lecture Tuesday evqning by Dr Roark on The man and wo a man Wis a great treat as was the recital Wednesday eve ty Miss Jose phine Rogers Sister Helen being especially good Last evening was common school graduating exercises and wus an important feature of the weeks progam iFor Sale ra BargainII have for sale 11 head of horsest 25 rigs ajl necessaries for a class livery stable in firstclass shap also 6 ton lots 3 with houses on saute centrally located and very desirable property and one farm of 40 acres within i mile of Center town Also willsell one fine Jac and onehalf interest in a youn Peacock Stallion Will rent a livery stable one or two years Respectfullrjj KygPreaching at Oak GrovefRey 4J Bean will preach at Oak oclocsk baptism to a number of children f Remarkable Statistics of Educa lion According to statistics carefully compiled by the National Bureau ioC education it thus appears 1 That a boy with a commo- school education has but one chance I in 9000 to win eminent distinction in life 2 That a high school education gives tlie boy 22 chances in 9000 to win eminent distinction 3 That a college education ad ded gives the young man 220 chances in 9000 to win eminent distinction thejThe only question left for young men and women to decide is What school shall I attend and when We answer Hartford College is ithe school and now the time This In stitutiun numbers among its former students scores of prominent doctors lawyers ministers and bus mess men while hundreds have gained prominence in the trades industries and other fields of usefulness It turned out about 40 teachI 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 ular business colleges Our gradu ales arc thorough in their work and have no trouble in holding positions Studerts enter at spy time mind re iceive individual instruction We canalo give you a course by mail ind shorthand which is an excellent preparation for one who has not time to enter school now in First Term Opens Sept 3 190i Third Term Opens Jan 14 1907 Expenses are as low or lower than in any other firstda1 Institution a Catalogues free Address L N GRAY President 5212 Hartford Ky v IPublic SalecI will offer fprit sale at my residence near Hickory church all my peronal propertycon sisting of horses milch cows hogs sheepbroom machine wagon surry buggy organ house hold and kitchen r furniture Terms made known on day of sale LA SANDEKUR I I HARGIS ACQUITTED Required Only Thirteen Min utes for Jury to Decide Crowds in Court House Fairly Stunned by Verdict Mrs Marcum Sobbed Pittifully Beattyville Ky July 17The jury in the HargisCallahan trial for the murder of James B Marcum brought in a verdict of not guilty after thirteen minutes deliberation tins morning The nature of the verdict fairly stunned those in the courtroom Mrs Marcum sobbed pitifully her slender frame shaking ByrdIa mcnt The defendants themselves shook hands with their friends but it did not seem to occur to them te thank the jurors The verdict of not guilty in the Marcum trial is the culmination of a long and bitter fight in courts in attempt to convict James Hargis nd Ed Callahan as chief conspira tiors in the darkest crime in Ken Marcumewas a of excellent standing He was engaged three years ago as an attorney in the contest against Hargis and Callahan respectively Democrat Sheriffelectgan allegation of courupt election Much bitterness was aroused and frequent open ruptures occurred- In May 1903 Marcum wasshot to death from behind in the Jackson court house Curt Jett and Tom White were convicted and given life terms for the murder It was charged that they were the tools of Callahan Hargis and others Jett after his conviction confessed that he shot Marcum and that his act was inspired by Callahan and Hargis On the witness stand however he repudiatedthc confession and said he alone was reasonable The ac ren Notice to Taxpayers The taxpayers of Ohio county will take notice that the revenue law has been changed by act of the Legislature of 1906 Section 20 provides as follows All State County and District tax shall be clue and payable on and after the first day of Marchafter the assessment and all taxpayers whose taxes are not paid on the first day of November after the same are due shall be deemed delinquents and such taxes shall bear interest at the rate of six per cent per annuin from the first day of November in the year following the assessment of such taxes shall pay n penalty of six per centum additional on the taxes and unpaid Section 21 provides among other things as follows Within fifteen days after any taxpayer becomes delinquent as provided in the preceeding section the Sheriff or collector of the county where the property is liable shall make and certify to the County Clerk a list of all such delinquents the property assessed and the amount of taxes penalty and cost the State County or District and the date when interest begins which list shall be by the Clerk filed his office and recorded in the book kept for that purpose Section 22 provides as follows The County Clerk shall within fen days after the list is flied issue tax wa rent against each delinquent in the name of the Commonwealth of Kentucky The tax war rant shall be addressed to the Sheriff the county commanding him to of the delinquent the taxes penalty and cost and to sell the state of the delinquent or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the tax cast penalty and interest of the tax warrantSection 30 provides among other things as follows Any Sheriff failing to certify to I I the County Court Clerk a list of the I delinquent taxpayers or fails to coll ect the amount of the tax warrant shall be liable on his bond for the amount of tax due from any delin quent taxpayer which he fails to certify to the County Clerk and thirty per centum penalty thereon in each instance to be recovered by motion in the County Court of the County in which such delinquent should have been certified to the County Clerk or the tax warrant is sued The act further provides that it shall be the duty of the County Attorney to prosecute the Sheriff for any failure under these provisions The cost of these tax warrants will be considerable and a hardship upon alawthe delinquents to the County Clerk and I till be compelled to do so un i1the t In view of these acts I must insist upon the payment of the taxes at once You are therefore urged toipay your taxes at once and savethe extra cost and expense that will be added if you fail to pay Yours very respectfully a R B MARTIN Sheriff of Ohio County Ky CA STOHI A BUM HantAtorys BotttfJ Biga 0ttJUPopularity Contest One new candidate John Smith of the sixth district has been added to the list of candidates this week Candidates have been doing good work and a goodly number of votes Nave been received The standing of the variou3 candi dates is as follows DISTRICT No1 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 240 Robert Davis Hartford 674 Ernest M Coleman Beaver Dam 90 Godfrey Bean Hartford 60yaDISTRICT NO 2fJohnie Wallace Rosine 230 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton ulO Bernice Neighbors Dundee i32 Palmer Loyd Narrows r5 7tEliJdh 4 Albert Baughn 42 DISTRICT No4 Roy Keown Fordsville 105 Pete Tilford Fordsville 5 Arthur Burdett Herbert 4 I DISTRICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda 102 Jesse C Smith Taffy 744 Sherman ChamberlainNocreekl004DlSTItICT John Morton Ceralvo 10 Vig Morton Smallhous 60 Ben Kimmell Ceralvo 2 Frank Kuykendall ntCltown 4 Rowe Condit Matanzas 66 John Smith Ceralvo 20 DISTRICT No7 Carroll Smith Mdlenry177R- oy Brown McHenry f 80 Orlett C Carter Rockport 23 Carl Davenport Cool Springs 4 Raymond FrancisRender 6 Rules governing the contest have bern reduced to brief concise form They are as follows RULES OK 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 ex iration counts one vote Every dollar paid on subscription whether renewal on arrears or new subscriber counts ten votes You do not have to vote for the contestant in the district in which you live You can vote for any one you please Fill in all coupons correctly be fore sending them in f If you want to send a year s subscription fill in on the coupon 11 as the subscription counts for ten votes and the coupon one Be sure and get tile coupons in before they expire No expired coupons will be counted Continued on seventh page I J- f HUGE RAT AttillRs a Whole Family of People at Pitts burg Pa Pftlsburg July 14W N Grimes his wife and elevenmonth old baby went through a frightful experience at a late hour lost night when they were bitten about the lace and hands by a huge rat Grimes was bitten in the rose several times his wife was bitten on the hand five times and the baby was Jiterlv covered with wounds The whole family were taken to the Al legheny general hospital where their waunds were dressed Grimes retired early About fi oclock last night his wife came into the room and was almost overcome by seeing her husband lying in a pool of blood and a huge rat just jumging off the bed She awakened her husband who was so very weak from such an enormous loss of blood that heculd hardly stand He was sent to the hospital to have his woundsdressed and returned homeabout 12 oclock when all went to bed again i They bad not been asleep for an hour when both husband and wife were awaken by the cries of the baby They lit the light and both were astonished to find that both the wife and baby had been bitten by thesameanimal which had returned The wife and child were sent to th Jxspital where their wounds were dressed The doctors of the institution think that there might I be some infcection from the bites The baby is the worst injuried of tbent all and Grimes nose is swollen ta twice its normalsize u May Live 100 Years Te chances for living a full century i are excellent in the case of MTS Jennie Duncan of HaynesviJle Alt row 70 years old She writes HecSric Bitters cured me of Chron ic Dyspepsia of 20 years standing and made me feel as well and strong 35iv young girl Electric Bitters rare Stomach and Liver diseases Blood disorders General Debility ud bodily weakness Sold on a j guarantee at Z Wayne Griffin j Bros drug store Price only roe A Prayer Let me do my work each day and if the darkened hours of despair overcome me may I not forget the strength that comforted me in the desolation of other times Stay I still remember the bright hours that found me walking over the silent hills of my childhood or dreaming on the margin of thequict river when a light glowed within me and 1 promised my early God to j have courage amid the tempests of the changing years Spare me from I bitterness and passions of unguarded moments May I not forget that jrxwerty and riches are of the spirit Though tbe world know me not nay my thoughts and actions be such as shall keep me friendly with I ztywlf Lift my eyes from the earth j Tioi let me not forget the uses of tbe stars Forbid that I should t judge others lest I condemn myself Let me not follow the clamor of the f world but walk calmly in the path Gire me few friends who will love laiefhr what I am and keep everf libariung before my vagrant steps she rindly light of hope e And though age and infirmity r i overtake me and I come not within t sigh of the castle of my dream 1 lifelandare gcod and sweet and may the f evenings twilight find me gentle stD A Growing Institution i The Bowling Green Business Unit versed is growing every year It is ihfc kirget Business school in the South Catalog and particulars will i be sent on application Address J Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky leading Youth Into Temptation unJl1ual for banking in priitutions in the great cities to eir 1k inist mere boys with the handling of cf large amounts of money out side td the bank walls as veteed with unhappy results withal JtasTri New York concern In th- isze boy who was nineteenyears oldtnd had been but a year with ployeH had thehandlingof 200 t fOCii checks and drafts to getcerti 3et3 and cashed at other banks Buy send all disappareJ i y atgreswithout saying that only inert 01 nature years settled habits and proved integrity should be trust cd with money in large amounts All criminologists asserts that the young man in his teens and early twenties is at a most uncertain and highly dangerous period of moral development Then pTeusores appeal- to him and then he can be lured 4by older and less scrupulous minds gAdeentsenseof responsibility to say nothing of the property interest at stakes should make bank officials pwore cautions The father inducts ihis son into the responsibilities of his business step by step Such a thing as a lather deliberately put j ting upon a mere boy the burden of resisting the allurements of life vixen ample means of dissipation are jviiihin grasp is seldom heard of I Employers have less personal inter J but the welfare of society and the in tsjpity of business as an institution ishnuld teach them to put mens bus inesfr upon the shoulders of men A boys misstep spells ruin for him and icans means the loss of a good man which he might have become j Ever Graduate Has a Position I I Every worthy graduate of the Natural School of Telegraphy has a I position For particulars address Bowling Green Business University I Bowling Green Ky Mire Idol Slashings Any mar who should undertake to tell this age that Lincoln was a great shaks would have his rouble for nothing People will nut tolerate using an invented telescopes to study a man who turned a page in history not vet finished With Washington the case is different To the mass the Father of His Country is a God or ha is nothing Only the few have patiently sifted myth and tradition and formed an idea of Washington the mat Those who have made the best of their opportunities to know the teal Washington will not be dis turned by the reverend gentleman who now says that the hero of the Revolution and the founder of this Government has been overestimated by his worshipers Our educators says this idol smashsr hold the first president of the republic up as a model of emulation forgetting that that Washingtons education was meag r aa incomplete And the soldier too who makes a hero of Lord CornwaUis overlooks the fact t that the commander in chief never won a battle Furthermore Washington I held slaves and inherited or lorded money instead of hustling for it IWeUllObody caiwforthe matter ofthat whether the farewell ad i dies was composed by the hero who delivered itor got together by a J secretary Itstands for Washingtons utterance and what he said not t how begot to the point is the thing I As holding slaves the greatest of dl Virginians might have been in dicted for tumiD loose upon the community the blacks who came to hm by marriage or inheritance Sect wealth did not come to him try the practice of high finance this generation will not quarrel with G W for being well to dnk And the soldier reputation of the koderwho stood off 300000 well holed and equipped European raggedYrelelaly safe in the keeping of Fredrick the Great that prince of worriers who greeted Washington as the greatest general of the age Does evil still your wh alife fill Does woe betide Your thoughts abide on suicide Yow need a pill Now for prose and factsDe WhtLittie Early Risers are the most pleasant and reliable pills known today They never gripe ScffiSy Z Wayne Griffini Bro Tile Crowing Chicks A3 thechicks advance in growth tlwy will need more lime in their foul not by adding tuna which is Uu iaustic but by resorting to funs rich in lime saltw as wheat corn and oats contain bat little lime says Poultry News They will also re wire more nitn sn in their ra tions Once a Jay At least they shoiJU ire a ration composed of twpomdawHeatbrBn one pound ground dried blood two ounces booe mail and four ounces linseed meat The roes should be mixed with barely enough water to hold the xturetagether Do not use the more than once every other day if the chicks are thrifty giving wbofe wheat and cracked corn in preference with millet seed between meals 0 y VINDICATION I Sure to te MeeteJ Out to Drey fus Former French Army Official Paris July 18 Twelve years of horror is to be followed at last by the full vindicatiou of Capt Alfred Dreyfus That is the confident be lief of his friends They are assured that the decision of the Court of Ap peals which has just heard the final plea in his case will restore him to his former rank and honors in the armyFor a time it was thought that a courtmartial would go through the form of acquitting him but even proceeding may be dispensed with Public interest in the case increase es as the end approaches During the secret settings of the court the corridors of the Palace of Justice have been crowded with persons more or less directly concerned and the probabilities of the quashing of the prosecution of a further court martial have been animatedly dis cussedThe Dreyfus family are eagerly awaiting the result Mathieu Drey fus the brother of the accused offi cer accompanied the latters advo cates and was present in the pre cincts of the court daily There is a widespread report that former Capt Dreyfus is very much excited and undergoing nervous tor tures owing to the long drawn out proceedings An Established Institution The Bowling Green Business Lni versity is an established institution Write for catalog and particulars Address Bowling Green Business i University Bowling Green Ky Our Soldiers Togs Ever since the Spanish was somebody has been pegging away at the uniforms of Uncle Sams soldiers and now an English tailor has been called in to establish a model uni form General Chaffee that rough and ready campaigner who has worn everything in the way of a uniform from the togs furnished by the quarter master to enlist men up to the full dress of a lieutenant general began to lecture the ranks about shaping up in the matter of dress while he was in command in China Our men did come out of the Spanish war apparently revel inj in a goasyouplease way of wearing their things The fellows were always picturesque though when the beholder had in mind the transports El Caney and San Juan hill but to think of them as soldiers merely to be associated with parade and reviews put the matter in an ather light- Somehow it is getting to be the fashion in certain quarters to think of thesoldier as an ideal army man insteadof the man with the musket and saber who does things whenlthe question of soldiery appearance come up We rejoice in pictures of the old Continentals who often hadnt a whole shirt to wear and seldom boasted of a jacket at all Shermans men marching home from the sea are often referred to as the ideal for soldiers who have been whacking at the enemy and battle pieces showing the tough look ing Confederates who never had two garments of the same color stir up feelings akin to those of the good old secesh dame welcoming Ston wall Jacksons crops into Maryland with the words God bless your dirty ragged hungry souls It is the soldier stuff that men of war have in them and not what their shuck looks like that is the import ant thing The american soldiers uniform has never been chosen for looks but for service in actual campaigning The showy zouave dress which captured the imagination early in the civil war was soon discarded for various reasons chiefly because something I simpler was better for campaigning I Khaki was an old experiment until it came back from Cuba tattered I and battered from collusion withI Spanish blockhouse An army for1 show for the amusement of the pop solI ing beaus for fitting maidens is an institution foregoing to American I ideas Since the natty British redcoats got licked by American farm andIman we I execution must be above salary toI dress and really be an eyesore to headquarters tailors Napolean A once declared that the kings of Eu rope knew more about the number of buttons that should be on u sdl diers coat than they did about fight ing battles and he made good the scathing indictments- A little expert attention might soldieriforced upon him for the sake of uni formity Recruits are picked up who are plumper or lean tall or short or medium with varying length and dimentions of body and limb should be made to fit the wearers in dividually A good man will set off any clothes but clumsy awakeward clothes disguise the man A lot of regimentals tailors could probably do all the making over needed for the army better than a high priced foreign expert Needs No Introduction- The Bowling Green Business Uni versity needs no introduction to the public Write for catalog and par ticulars Address Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green K Lincoln Said be was Born in Har din County It E Hughes secretary of the Louisville Commercial Club is in receipt of a letter from Henry L Mor ton of Owensboro whichcontains lines written by Abraham Lincoln in regard to his birthplace The letter followsI in the CourierJournal of several Sundays ago that the Louisville Commercial Club was in vestigating records to ascertain the place in which Abraham Lincoln was born I have a letter written by Abraham Lincoln to Samuel Hay craft of Elizabethtown in which he states where he was told by life I father that he was born It reads as follows My parents tell me that I was born on the Nolin in Hardin county but my earliest recollection are of the Knob Creek place A Thorough Business Training Can be secured by attending the Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky Mighty Lazy According to a wellknown rail road man interested in construction in the West the Indian though himself not Overly fond of work evinces the greatest contempt for the indolent white man To sit by andwatch the latter toil is to the red man a source of neverfftiling pleas ureA number of Blackfeet in Mon tana were according to this railroad man one day squatting on the ground watching a group of labor ers whs were constructing a grade for a branch line in that State In their laconic fashion they were com menting upon the workmen and their work when a surveyor riding a bicycle the first the Indjans had leftIwheelI passed beyond a hill Then they expressed their sentiments with regard to him Ugh grunted one white man heap lazy Yes assented another white man heap lazy Sit down and walkPhiladelphia Ledger A Sign of Grief- A little girl whose uncle had re cently died and who had thus receiv ed her first impressions of mourning was struggling with her writing ex ercises on the first day of her return to school after the funeral Miss Julia said she to the teacher I am trying to make my Es like papas he dont make them as you do and I think when there has been a death in the family we ought to make our letters as plain as possible sp Husbands Argument The late Susan B Anthony relg tes the New York Tribune once attended a wedding in Rochester and at the reception she said to the bridegroom If you want this marriage to be a happy one you must be as kind and tender always as you are now I once knew a young couple whose marriage had not turned out as hap pity as it should have done The wife said to the husband one even ing Before we were married dear you were always giving me presents Why do you never give me any a 1gYs 4r A The UptoDat- eTONSORIAL bit IQ SHOP b1 1 fit tt b1 4i = = = == = c The Old Reliable Stand Two fiDoor Above the f + bit New Commercial Hotel E iiOn Center Street Ifi John W TaylorProprieto bi I fi bit = = = ==Easy Slmvi fashionable Hair Cuts and Shout t9 pooing Baths at all hours both tub ant Show 1 a 4i or hot and cold water h Have also hllda complete lollies Ire sing l I 4told leaning outfit Suits cleaned and pressed bit 7tc to 5100 Pants donned and IIIt lll25lto = 4t tfik1 Genets cleaned and pressed lOc to lilt Suits bit 4i bit Pressed25lfi bit i now My love the husband replied did you ever hear of a fisherman giving bait to a fish he had caught Angels and Beards The bishop of Alabama who was noted for his piety and humor was once aked relates Harpera Weekly why it was that the pictures and fin gures of men angels were represent cd without beards He promptly re plied that it seemed easy enough to make angels of women but that men could only get into heaven by n close shave How He Turned the Tables- A statesman in argument had turn d the tables rather neatly on his opponent Senator Dollivvr in congratulation said You remind me of a Fort Dodge doctor Dr X This gentleman once had a grave dug for n patient supposed to be dying who after ward recovered andover this error of judgment the doctor was joked for many years One day he attended ih consultation with three conferes another patient This patient really diet After the death as the physicians disscussed the case together one of them said Since quick burial is necessary we might inter the body temporari ly I understand our brother has n vacant grave on hand Dr X smiled Yes he said I believe I am the only physician present whose graves are not all filled A OneStory Building Senator Clay of Georgia was once showing a constituent the sights of the national capitol when the Wash ington monument was reached What do you think of it care lessly asked the senator as the con stituent stood gazing in awe at the stately shaft Senator responded the Geor gian gravely thats the darnedest highest onestory building Ive ever seen Altered in Repairing- A man in Chicago says a writer Judge found himself in the chair of a strange barber to who his feature although familiar seemed to carry some reminiscent suggestion Have you been here before asked the hair cutter Once said the man Strange I do not recognize your faceNot at all said the man It changed a good deal as it healed o A m vc JR xJA Bun AsitsKind You HattJIwajs BoBflil Bltnatwat 1lJ The Agent Loss My friend said the agent to the Billville brother let me sell you an accident policy Never had an accident in my life Butyou may have Aint you about to marry Yes but whats that got to do with it A great deal Suppose your wife was to get angry with you and lam you side the head with the fire shov el or your motherinlaw might take- a notion to break every home bone in your body orBut the Billville brother stopped J UBUYS t SCHOLARSHIPuntil the ino llottnl In 1IloMat a Uuat on trnxintof the oivnlni of nor Ermmrllla Col Iti are road No raoatlvn i enter any ti- meDRAUGHONS a4h7GIKI J EV LWVILLECO R- MAIN THIRD 30000000CAIITAIMalno to ChllfornU 17 jrr p uc v i w- altrch BV MAIL Wrllo fur grlcrt 1POSITIONS SECURED MONEY REFUNDED+ Can orrnd fur lalIu I hm Now is the Time j Now when this weather just makes one dream of the cool and delightful retreats of the Adiron dacksOf the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence The thousand lakes and streams of Michigan Canada and the north west Where one can roam with fishing rod along shady forest streams and swing the line out over the deep I pools Or paddle through quiet water 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 rates and information regarding tripI will bring our Worlds Playgroud H J RHE1N G P A- Cincinnati 0 The Big Four the road with the service- S J GATES Genl Agt Louisville Ky J him 14Ivesaid Ill be durned if I get ried marI Exchanging Things Little MargaretMamma wont you please take baby store and ex ceange her for a wee little baby one that will fit in my dollys go cart A Theory of Baldness- Dr Emil Reices theory of bald ness is that it is due to the stifling of the imagination Use your imagi nation and you need never use hair restorer The London Globe to marks that it certainly Is significent that one never sees a baldheadod policeman giving evidence in a spceld limit case 4 Good Layers Lay Fertile Eggs I It is said that the fewer eggs a hen lays the more likely are they to be infertile At the Maine station an attempt was made to breed down ward in the egg yield as well as up expectatlons fertile eggs from the hens who laid the fewest eggs r A prompt relief for croup One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm allays the Inflammation reputatlonSold r Ti I Vt THE MS OF AWIE Gen Bud Was Victim of Corporate Greed Transportation Company De stroyed Prosperous Lit tle City Recently a party of nineteen from Render and McIIenry crossed Green river at Paradise and walked down onehalf mile to Airdrie the honu of the late Gen Don CurIos Buel There are 950 acres in the estate which belongs to his stepdaughter Mps Nannie Mason of Louisville wno is the only living heir On a rugged and picturesque hill 2JJ feet above high water mark stand the ruins iif the once famous Kentucky town which was noted principally for its iron mines and smelting works With some difficulty we ascended the hill by terraces and after considerable pulling and blow- Ing we stood on ground still held sacred by those who admired Gen Buel There stood the old stone building once filled with machinery with its many dark and mouldy rooms at one end and of which Is j still standing the old smelting tower forty foot high with the old rusty iron tank quietly resting on its top like a sentinel keeping watchover the lonesome dreary desolate look ing estate In this building many hands were employed in the days 1tore the war About 100 from this is the dwelling once occupied by Ken tuckys noted general The storms of time have changed this twostory building of a dozen rooms a beautiful residence to a dingy old structure which floes not look like a suitable abiding place for the man who with 25000 men saved Grant and Sherman from the brave Confederates who were fighting under the indomitable chivalrous Albert Sidney Johnson at Shilch and who with his army of 100000 men chased Bragg who was invading Kentucky with his powerful army and forty mile wagon train across the Tennes see line yet our guide informed us that such was the fact There in that old building is the room in which Gen Buel spent his last days on earth and in which the i priests administered to him the last rites of the Catholic church he hav daysbeorehe died is there with its linen covers just as they were when he was removed from it to his coffin The sheets and pilows in the same place have never been moved since he was I taken from the house a corpse Everything about the place has a dreary appearance and to look upon the waste and desolation makes one lonesome and desirous of leaving ati once One is impressed with the fact that greatness vanishes with everything mortal When Gen Buel took charge of the woiks ot Airdrie for the Alexander company after the war the future prospect of the town was flattering and doubtless today it would have been a thriving manu facturing village had not the state sold Green river to the Green and Barren Rivers Navigation company That famous or infamous monopoly by its exorbitant charges and greed Eton shut oft all profits on any of its productions and Alrdrie went down I and is what you see todaya manu facturing town in ruins BLUE ANI GRAY Try a little Kodol for Dyspepsia after your meals See the effect it will produce on your general feeling by digesting your food and helping your stomach to get itself into shape Many stomachs are over worked to the point where they ire fuse to go further Kodol digests your food and gives your stomach the rest it needs while its recon structive properties get the stomach back into working order Kodol re Jjeves flatulence sour stomach palpitation of the heart belching etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Hysterical Charity A queer assortment of useless rub bish was unearthed in San Francisco when the private gifts from all over the country were opened by the dis tributing agents Little judgment surely was exercised when opera suits dress coats jewelry and stage finery even to silk tights were bun dled off to protect from the elements OPEN FVBLH3ITY THE BEST MRITlwlIthotlmniKli druggist for family use takes byfranklycast nsi well as mi Its Ixittln wrappers plainLIUUKIMSI iHjfulblo nvliloncn that hll lit not Bfnilcl to Imvo tilt search light of innstigation turned hill iiMn formula ami that It will bar thin fullest Fcrntlny InvlMtiltallulIJreuro of thn wnkiirwos iMThxIlcnl pains and fniiillonal ilirniiKcnuMts of or gnus ell Jy 110 t modi clnn put up for salo throiiKli ilriiRKlstn fur womans Kclal ns thin mutter of which Is not afraid to take his patients Into andlalntestA elnnin at thn published Ingredients on each bottlo show that It Is inado whoMy from native American inidlclnal riMits that It contain no pol MMIOII + or lialiltfiinnlns drugs no liar Iu trlllhrlJI1I1QtIIcrhll lead of thn commonly employed alco I hol both for extracting and preserving the active medicinal proMTtles found In tho root + of tho American forest plants mplnyiil It Is tin only mcdlclnn for womens tMXMilar diseases sold II druggists list iloos nut contain n largo per ccntaK of nlrnlml which Is In the long run so harmful to womans delicate nerv rfrctlyIarmlcss I by iiosMssliiK Intrinsic valuo all its own DIU Ix ides It enhances tho curative enteringIttSonioof i teachers endorso theso views and pralso all thosnveral Ingredients of which Fa vnrlti comi0strlrcc ommending thiim for tho curd of the very MIIIIK dlseasns for which this world famed medlclno Is advlstnl Jfo other JImjCNlmll1any number of ordinary testimonials If Interested send namoand address to Ur- I V Plercn Huffalo N V for his little iKMik of extracts from tho works of eminent medical writers and teachers endorsing the several ltiKre a telling just what Dr Plercos metllcluci Bro niadu of Its Jrrc for the asking men women anal children who had been burned out Doubtless the first thoughts o light headed society women chorus girls when they heard of the suffering caused by the calamity was what will those poor creatures do for feathers and jewelry Those are the things these beings prize most in life and would miss most if suddenly bereft But tne victims of Sanfran cisco didnt deserve to be tricked out like fantastics to advertise their al ready sail plight Some donors who meant well rushed off heavy mitteus fun lined gloves and blizzard over coats things of no use in the climate of California even in January In fact there was evident on all sides a lack of good senses in trying to put a stricken people on their feet Probably the fault lay in the tender hearts which jumped to the conclu sive that things past the stage of usefulness for their owners might prove a windfall tq the naked any how the were welcome to them Fortunately there were relief com mittics at work who bought and forwarded plain and serviceable clothes in the uptodate markets and when the needy ones got them they felt as good as ever r Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar is the original laxative coughs rUI and combines the qualities necessary to relieve the cough and purgethe system of cold Contains no opiates American Wastefulness- An industrial journal correspon dent tells of seeing three 8aweek young fellows all smoking cigars all sitting in a row in a showblack ing place each getting a shine and all going thence to a barber to be shaved Then it figured out that neither of the three things was a necessity of life Smoking might wait on better ability to pay and each might shine his own shoes and shave himself Yet their prac tice costs each 50 cents a week at least or 26 a year which is more than 5 per cent interest on 500 True enough This is a fair illustra tion of the difference between Amer ican wastfulness and the thrift any one may see in nearly every civilized country on the globe save ours alone Chicago Chronicle Haltthe WoriS Wontlors how the other half lives Those who use Bucklens Arnica Salve nev er wonders if it will cure Cuts Wounds Burns Sores and all Skin eruption they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1130 E Reynolds St Springfield Illsays I regard it one of the absolute necessites of housekeeping Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist 25c In Great Demand I The graduates pf the Bowling Green Business University are in great demand and are to be found almost everywhere holding the best paying positions Write for catalog and particulars Address Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky f S IFmST NEWSPAPERI of SeventeenthiGerman Jour alsIA newspaper exposition was held recently at FrankfurtamMain j Germany which contains examples I of the world The precision of the modern newspaper may be seen in tHe accounts of the Frankfurt fairs Two of these were held an nually and during the events these I accounts were issued narrating the political events of the time They began 1C90 and lasted unlil1S0tiI The first newspaper in Germany and probably in the world exceptI the Chinese Gazett if it j called u newspaper was published in I 1COD in Strassburg A whole years issue are still extant Shortly after i its appearance in 1615 was founded the Frankfurt Journal which lived 257 years and was then sold to an other newspaper of that city Germany led the nations in the newspaper enterprise But Vienna had a journal in 1610 England in 1622 Italy in 1630 France in 1631 Spain in 1661 and Russia in 1703 Of the old German newspapers there exist today four dating back to theseventeenth centuryone at Koenigsberg founded in HMO one at Magdeburg founded in 1627 one at Sena founded in 1647 and the oldest of all at Heilbronn founded in 1620 Modern Mlracio fTruly miraculous seemed the recovery of Mrs Mollie Holt of this place writes J 0 R Hooper Woodford Tenn she was so wast ed by coughing up pus from her lungs Doctorsdeclared her end so near that her family had watched by her bedside fourtyeight hours when at my urgent request Dr Kings New Discovery was given her with the astonishing result that improvement began and continued until she finally completely recovor ed and is a healthy woman today Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds 5oc and 100 at Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist Trial bot tle free Needed a New Liver Old Hunker McLaughlin was a wellknown character in Chelsea some twentyfive years ago says the Boston Herald At one time Hunk er was ailing and called on the city physician who told him to wear a liver pad to be hud at any drug store On inquiring the price and finding it high he got his wife to make one for him In about a week he said Bridg et the byes all keep away from me What the divil is the matter Am I dyingSure youre not dying she said Its getting better every minute y- are e Take ofT that liver pad at dIet me put a fresh liver into it foryer Universally Successful The graduates of the Bowling Green University arq universally successfully in securing and retain ing good positions For catalog and particulars address Bowling Green University Bowling Green Ky The Neglected Oratory A book that makes its appeal to lovers of noble eloquence as well as to those who aspire to oratorical eloquence will shortly be brought out by an American firm The au thor John OConnor Power writes from personal observation and ex perieticc in the British house of commons and on the public platform What he has to say is intended for beginners who are willing to take pointers from speakers who have been through the mill Mr Power begins by laying stress upon the importance of voice culture and after discussing various meth ods says that the simplest and read iest method is reading aloud not to acquire eloquence but to secure dis tinct articulation Many British Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and I strength us- eScotts Emulsion I j summer as in winter Send for freuamplISCOTT A BOJVNE ChwnUti owl Peed Street Yor- khoceodaloof aUdrujjUtt speakers who have come to this country with something to say car ried their thoughts home unspoken because the American public would not stand for mumbling and half swallowed utterance Speakers In this country have avoided that fault in the main throug indulging in the fault of simply talking when the occasion calls for something higher When talk is made to do duty as a speech in times that call for elO speakIrecommends for beginners Train for the platform is hard work ling not every one is gifted with the jmalifications But it is al ways possible by due attention to speak impressively and send the message home This busy age demands talks from the platform and yet the true oratorwith an upto date theme and ideas seldom fails of an audit nee and a hearty welcome Even on tne stake long speeches are applauded if alive with modern thought and well delivered It is always well to have a box of cutiIWitts Witch Hazel Salve Should keep a box on hand at all times to provide for emergencies For years the standard but followed by many imitators Be sure you get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A Taste for Dogs Mark Twain apropos of Decoration Day talked of war and of the hard ships and privations of sieges- A Frenchman he said called one day on a lady who had two dogs They were ugly little brutes and when they came near him the push ed them out of the way with his foot I perceive sir said the lady coldly that you are not very found of dogsThe man started in surprise I not found of dog he ex claimed Why madam I ate more than twenty of them during the siege of Paris Boats tho Music Cure To keep the body in tune writes Mrs Brown 20 Lafayette Place Poughkeepsie N Y I take Dr Kings New Life Pills They are the most reliable and pleasant laxative I have found Best for the Stomach Liver and Bowels Guaranteedby Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist 25c Hats in Parliament History does not tell so far as we know how it came about that mem bers of the English parliment wear their hats The custom has descended from an age when its proceedings were not recorded but one may suspect that thereby hangs atale of study and victorious revolt against privilege such as broke out at Ver sailles could it ba recovered Now and again we find an antique allu sion to the practice When the com mons voted that every one should uncover or stir or move his hat when the speaker expressed the thanks of the house for any service done by a member Lord Falkland streched both his arms out and clasped his hands together on the crown of his hat and held it down close to his head that all might see how odious that flattery was to himLondon Chronicle A sweet breath adds to the joys of a kiss You wouldnt want to kiss your wife mother or sweetheart with a bad breath You cant have a healthly stomach without perfect digestion There is only one remedy that digests what you eat andmakes the breath as sweet as a roseand that remedy is Kodol for Dyspepsia It is a relief for sour stomach pal pitation of the heart and other all ments arising from disorder of the stomach and digestion Take a lit tie Kodol after your meals andsee what it will do for you Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Where Was The Tack Little Willie was seated upon the sitting room floor with the works of his nice new watch spread about him when his mother entered and seeing the wheels pivots screws and springs exclaimed Why my son have you broken your pretty watchMamma said William I was just trying to see where the tick came from JAwroHXABarr theila Kind YOJ Han AtarsBm BJruttsil 11 at I Kind You nave Always Bangbt and which bas been ITlla use for Ocr 30 years bas borne time signature tif and has been mulo under his 161 sonal1Tperwlslon 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news I HAGEU had better look out or I Gov Beckham ftnu Gen Haley will put the lid on him PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT is going to I take his pick and shovel and go down to Panama himselff IT is alright to fine rebaters the first time but they should be sent to jail the second time THAT reported teakbetween Beckham and Hager is no doubt intended for the audience TilE Washington Post sadly notes that no summer resort ever adver tises its proximity to churches TilE Sunday boating parties are once more filling the obituary colt umns of the Monday morning patr pelsrTHIS life is mostly made up of people who imagine they were intended t to do something better than their present vocation C IF Mr Bryan is not going to be I the candidate of the uttlcratsc why dontcome on home and topliobnobing with the autocrats of Europe SENATOR BAILEY andCol Watter son have each reserved seats in the Bryan band jvagon but Gov Folk and Mr Hearst seem to prefer to walk TOM TAGGART National Demo cratic Chairman need not be sur prised to find his hotel properties raised to the dignity of a national issue in the coming campaign FROM now on it will be necessary j for Mr Roosevelt to step out every few days and throw a bucket of cold water on his still smoldering boom l for a third termT- ENNESSEE Republicans last week broke up boss rule in their party and thus took the first step toward electing their state ticket If Kentucky Republicans are to stand any show in the great State A r contest next year they must learn a lesson from their brethren in their sister state HERETOFORE we have given in brief some of the conditions as set out by the committee under which we are placed by the outrageous new legislative redistricting law In I this issue the address given out by the committee some time ago h published in full Our readers will j t do well to study it carefully It shows to what extent the party inI t power at Frankfort has gone to hog the manger It has about simmer ed down to the me and my wife I I my son John and his wife us four and no more condition I NEW evidences of disccrd in the l ranks of Kentucky Democracy should Itllodge the machine at Frankfort It will require a good clean ticket and refaunited Republican party to do it can only be done by offering in r dependent Democrats who are sick of increased taxes with only increased offices and salaries to show for it something better in which to1 place their confidence Will Kentucky Republicans be equalto the demand or will they too present a boss made e d ticket THE Third District Republican Convention at Bowling Green last Monday nominated Dr A D James of county for Congress Another victory over the machine Last year the chairman of that dis trict got his committee together line gave an endorsement over Dr James for the Marshalship in order to convince the powers that bithat he had lost his influence in th district The result Monday shows the rank and file are with the Doctor He is by far the most popular man in the district and will be elected in ovelnbr yOUR TEACHERS Hartford is given over this week to the school teachers of Ohio COUP ty They are here in obedience to a State law which directs that they shall meet for instruction in the CV rty Institute for so many days each year i They are a splendid set of ladies s and gentlemen engaged in one of I the most honorable as well as responsible callings to which men and women can give heir life work i They are the moulders of the human character who get in their work thchjhandiwork citizenship and upon the character i of that citizenship rests the fate of i our whole moral and social fabric I What a responsibility Later in life the child will per Imps listen to the preacher the lawyer and the political orator but the mould has been made the sprig has been bent We can all rememf ber our first day at school and with j what awe we noted every movement of the teacher whose mental endow ments we were sure could never be reached by us to such a dizzy bight did they extend We knew our teacher to be wiser than parents else we would not have been sent away from them to learn Ohio county can boast of as able dent in this profession as any count in the State They are doing a- oble work As a rule they are not aid anything like the salary they deserve Yet with unselfish devd I ion to duty with a love for their work they are year by year raising j the standard of intelligence in our ommuniy and as a result a better I citizenship Heres hoping that their labors may be made light and that their vexations may be few during the coming school months HARGIS ACQUITTAL The prompt acquittal of Jim Har gis by a jury all Democrats tried for being accessory to the murder of Marcum who was a prominent Republican will very naturally be compared to the trials and convictions of Caleb Powers by the people of Kentucky and other states No honest person who has kept up with both cases will deny that the evidence against Hargis and Callahan was ten times more damaging than that against Powers In aRe publican county with Democratic jury commissioners not a Republican was selected to sit on the jury How like the Powers trials in this respect The trial Judge was select ed by Governor Beckham in each case Much as we would like to think otherwise for the honor and good name of the State we love so well we cannot escape the firm conviction that there is an awful wrong some where Hargis and Callahan may be innocent If so they should be set free They should have been given the benefit of every doubt They should have been tried without thought of their politics or the politics of the murdered man Was this the case Has Caleb Powers been given the benefit of any doubt Has he in any of his trials been prosecuted without political bias A comparison of the celebrated cases will show that in Powers case the strong arm of the law was re lentless in every minutia from the selection of court and jury down While in the Hargis case it was an up hill pull for the prosecution all the way through Although similar somewhat in the charge and political aspect these two cases from the close confinement of Powers in jail and the freeing of Hargis on bond have been no more alike in conduct than if they had been tried on different parts of the globe When compared these two cases are enough to disgust honest people with our form of government condition which will produce existH results surely cannot long among an enlightened people rm rr ru IJTTi- i fi cr1 I I t t It fiREAT REDUCTION SALt AT iROUL EROL- DODE 1 KENTUCKY Po Six Days Oiav Begiszng MONDAYJULYTo J COn account of remodeling out store house und building another story on slime w are compelled to move our entire stock of General Merchandise and we have aicided to give our patrons and friends the benefit of greatly reduced prices as the stock must move regardless ot price Ve do not believe in great fake advertisements but are making this six days special sale to reduce our stock at least 83000 during sale week Ve are offering goods at prices that will be bound to sell them fast and which you cant afford to miss A bargain for everybody First conic first served So you see its greatly to your interest to come Monday first dayund bring your friends with you This sale will positively close Tuly 28 and will be strictly CASH Nothing charged at stile prices Sale will be conducted strictly lair upon our honor and reputation So you need not hesitate to send the little folks to do your shopping in the event you cant come HatsStraw Hats at your own price 3 Fur Hats at 2 250 Fur Hats 190 2 Hats at 150 110 Fur Hats at 110 and so on down Dry GoodsIOur Dry Goods department is a little run but have some real values to offer you GOc Cashmers 44c 5Gc 38c 35c Worsted 18c 25c 14c 5c Lawns 3c Summer Dress Goods going at almost your price Hoosier Cotton limitedamount at 4Jc by bolt Messmeyer Bleach at 8c Regular lOcShirtingat 8Jc 4She 7c Ii7c 5c a Ge 4ic 50c Table Linen White at 38c 50c Table Linen Colored at 39c Notions 5c Ribbons 3c lOc 7c loc lOc 20c lic 25ct 18c JOe 25c Laces and Embroideries at J ofT Millinery very low but what we your own price SHIrts We have a nice large stock of Ti ger Brand Dress and Work Shirts Everybody is familiar with this cele- bratedI brand of Shirts and the price we make is bound to interest you All latest styles I 1 Negligee 74c 75c Negligee 63c 50c Negligee 89- cI1 White Stiff Bosom 69c 50c Work Shirts 38c 40c Work Shirts 29c 25c Work Shirts ISc I Linen Collars all sizes and styles at two for 15c i Clothing We have a few Suits mod Odd Pants that we are going to close at any price- Overalls regular 75c value 60c Overalls regular tOe values STc Overalls regular 25c boys 19c The celebrated Keystone Union made R R Overalls at 1 50c Cot tonade Pants blue at 39c Summer Underwear Balbriggin I and Tiger Brand 1 Suits at 79c 50c Suits at 37c 50c I Garments at 38c 25c Garments lOcQueensware i and Glassware- At great bargains Tinware 10qt Bucket 30c value at 24c 8qt 25c valuent 18c Gqt 15c value at 12c 3qt lOc value at 8ic 2qt 8c value at 6q Wash Pans large lOc value at Gc Limited amount of Fencing Wire Plain Blk per4001bs 200 Galvanized Barb per 100 lbs 250 I Plows at 20 per cent discount On all present stock a few regular sizes in Screen Doors Regular 125 value at 100 Regular 110 values at 90c 50c Dirt Shovel 39c 100 Manure Forks 87c 39cI100 Tiling Spade 79c I Over Stocked On Shoes The mostlmportant part j of your wearing apparel We are pricesIon I Boys 150 Dongola DaIs re duced to 112- I Misses 125 Custom Made re ducedto fc- I Misses 135 Slippers reduced to 100 Ladies 200 Slippers redud to lrs-i Ladies 175 Slippers reduced to 12fi Ladies 100 Slippers reduced to 7Gr I Sugar SugarlNow is the time to buy your Su gar 100 lbs and down standard granulated at 5c lb 22Jc bulk Roasted Coffee at 17c 17C bulk Roasted Coffee at 15c We have not space to mention all items but have mentioned above prices to give you an idea of the great bargains we are offering Ev erything in our large stocks willaQ accordingly Call for what you want and get a bargain We earn estly and cordially invite you to come and inspect our goods and prices whether you buy or not We will take great pleasure in showing you Yours Trul- ySPRQULBii BROSr- e ip V j t I Our Motto is Best Goods for the least I Money 1 IDressGOdds about inI 50c t yard our stuck of r Comparefavorahly you pay 75c fur At S1oo yard wo have the best in hurt ford Wl invite compairson Silk Department I Do you know that wo pro ollering a yardwide gimram ten I Black Talleta Silk the very article otheraskyouJ8c f Ladles Neckwear Our store is al ways to the front in new things for Lit die wear A stow snipmenteveryvtr folia1 Combs Waist Pins Ktc it f theylatct InoyS Pants l mode i deal by have boon tn secure 200 pair Boys Summor 4FI fir 2V and will absolutely tJ never again be sold at the price we otter them Better mine at once Wont last inp long Only pi The ed for us t I price This is the story a stock Iailiei HnU must be turned into CASH your face out stores as in the very best stamdard brands Light dark blue gray and Prints you pay Cc for moat Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 2- 0IltlnolsContralRallroadTlm I Table Nertb ISnoA swath Hound Nett dn b1n a M No 11 lnllJl iiin oIIQIt OI lit nlnldnhpn Nohgdnhpi Nu latduoh III u Souvenir Postals at Fairs Money saved by trade at Fairs u Read Fairs ad Every item a bargainICarson Ii Cos City Restaurant the genu ine Coca Cola I Cheese Sausage and Crackers at City RestaurantIfor all at Fairs Visit them j Mr Arch Lewis visited relatives here Sunday 1 Fruits and of course yofl j get them at City Restaurant- Oh my Do try City Restaurants Ice Cream and So goodI If you want the correct goods at I the lowest see Carson Co Born to the wife of Frank Lowe last night a pound girl Dont buy until you visit Fairs t basement Good place to save mon ey Capable Hatable Wearable to suit you in a hat or cap SAM BACH i Selling good Shoes at small prices call on us and try a pair i SAM BACH Ice Cream and Cakes at City Restaurant Cold drinks of all kinds Only 5 cts Will buy a Ladies Vest lOco value at Long Cos Economy J Stores j Mr G B Williams of the City Restaurant in St Louis on busi nesslast week Once a customer always a custo = 1me is the City Restaurantsni ftoi We treat you white f u r i July at Fairs hn Urlinarilylullallll August nro quiet periods We want to rltI U tin imrmalAomlitions Thats why we are trying to Mil tin Julysales up to thu 111iUhavu Lltno throuiih our stock and made irin retu iles of COST that should the at ituutiou of all eCIHlolllilal buyers FAIRS SPECIALSu Sias illinenI inn uutehell11e have remnant of They tJIljII1UIII towards standard sortment nndI handles Special prices teachers Calhoun Candies Sherbet prices Sunday Sherbet was record entire attract ReadyMade Skirts We want to make a general i cleanup of all odds and ends in ladies Skirts preparatory I to receiving QUI fall line The styles and material in these skirts are alright but the sizes arc broken Thats the size fetter come and 9 see Choice tp dO I VERY SPECIALi i u A Boys 2Tif School Cap made of Allwool Cashmere no old stoik but nw an 1 upt lhle our price 10 CENTS All Printsj at 6cprice ten chenlPerhaps Table Linen- A fine finality of pure Linen Bleached Damask satin finish n famous weave for wearing qunltiy made a fancy pattern with border to matchIfull CO inches wide cheap at 7f cents a yard 5Oc irur price OUR BASEMENT Perhaps MI have never visited this department We want to tell you about it A place whore you can buy Glassware Tin ware Woodemvare Chinaware and Kitchen Furnishings at a- very low price In fact nothing sells for over fie and lOc Better investigate You will save money u m Reliable Shots at big saving at Sam BachIMens Suits at clearance prices atISam Bachs I The best 2TC Towels in Hartford Fairso I I Mr J V Sprole Dundee Vasai t pleasant caller Tuesday I Bring your Chickens Eggs a I Feathers to Carson Co IA complete line of furniture at Carson Co srI Take a look at Fairs 36inch Black i Taffetta Silk at 93c a yard j Dr S D Taylor Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller Wednesday i Look over Fairs assortment of remnant Lawns All are nice and cheapISee Carson Co for Buggies Wagons and all kinds of falmin implements Miss Marie Hardwiek Owensboro is the guest of friends and relatives IiR HartfordiJust in 46inch French Lawn for only 25c Big value at Long Cos Economy Store Dont miss seeing our 50inch Mo hairs for 50call colors at Long Cos Economy Store We have plenty of White and Brown Linens for Ladies Skirts and Suits at Carson Co A number of persons who bought lots in the recent sale are prepar ing to erect dwelling houses New Ribbons for Sashes and Ar Bands Pretty Persian designs i you dont want the solid colors a- Long t Cds Economy Store IMr Louis Guenther has presented us with a valuable relic being the horns of one of the last deers killed near Hartford many years ago IA big reduction on Slippers We show you many pretty styles in Brown Blue Gray Black and White at Long Cos Economy Store LosT getwe n Hartford and Beaver Dam Friday morning July 6a new pair of check lines in erw1I pleaseie to Sandefur Co HartfoflKy u I Money Refunded on par chases not isfacloiy salj Shirt Department It is conceded by all shirt critics that the Shirts wo sell 50c are equal to any 75c shirt in the mar ket Our Shirts at 100 are better in style material and Itho150 Visit us j artmentILace iDe of Best French GtImanI Ishonall Come to us your Trimmings forI I Shoe Department Although there has been some sharp advances in leather we are selling many Shoes at the old prices We would to show you our Shoes assuring you that ourst and qualities ALL RIGHT leIthe price as low they can be ma- deWashte The season is now on for just such goods as we have in stock such as Fan LIn1ens but they are new stylish uptodate r Attractive values in our Clothing idetrartment SAM BACH Mr L M Wilson Prentis is the guest of his son Judge John B Wil son My my those Fish and Steak Meals atCity Rastaurant Aint they good IIrs Belle Tabor has returned from a visit of several months in Webster Florida IMiss Lucile Pirtle visited he aunt Mrs MattieStewart at Dundee several days last week Seth has begun the erection of a residence on Jot purchasedat the recent lot sale ISee our new line of Belts in White Kid and many other styles for only 25c at Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Cleve I1crf Promptgdry 46tf Nobby Hats for men at email pri ces and you can find just the flat you are looking for here SAM BAaL Another Shipment those 250 Parasols all colors but they only cost you 175 at Long Cos Econ tsulphurlSprings ed and an interesting program was rendered Dont fail to see and examine our 36inch Black Taffeta Silk 125 value for only 100 at Long Cos Economy Store J A big lot of Underwear now on forfEconomy Store For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address J PIMILLER Hartford Ky 3tf iMr and Mrs Kern Alvey and lit i tie daughter Beulah visited Mrs Alveys parents Mr and Mrs H 0 King of Bells Run Saturday night and Sunday IIOwensboro ford oy andw foHnerJy cnnnectjeft ithCarsdh Co t I Hr Jessie Bean Olaton visit his Barents this week IIJ T Henry Ralph made us a plea t call while in town Monday I 1 and Mrs 1 A Bailey Owens jbor v ited relatives in town Sun day M Mamie Bennett is slowly rcuMTing from an illness of sever al iiiiths j KentuckyNatirai jLawrnce guards Get your meals and lunches at the Ieastaurant Most uptodate duce in HartfordSMr and Mrs A CTaylorCentral City visited Mrs Taylors mother Sunda and Monday Mis Lula and Madie Walker auntJMisrelunlctlWcdnesdaylI Springstilts Ida Lewis who has been tearing in Cuba the past year t onjWalnutThe annual encampment of the Kentucky National Guards will beheld at Henderson Ky be il1nitmI Augut 13 and closing August Mr t R Stevens keeper of the Alms House whose serious we made mention of last week is thought to be somewhat improved u Moore Crabtree will exchange groceries for chickens and eggs and will pay the highest market prices They will deliver groceries anywhere- in Hartford It2 The infant son of Mr and Mrs Dan King died last Saturday morning after a weeks illness of flux and lorlburmgOur advertisers have claimed an extra amount of space this week and in order that we may tote fair with our readers we present them with a ten page paper We cordially anvite every teache- and visitor who attends the Institute to make us headquarters Our stor is cool and is full of bargains at Long Cos Economy Store We are sorry to report that our popular County Attorney EM Woodward is ill at his home ontCla Street with malaria fever IIei doing well and nofears are felt to his ultimate recovery Mr OttoSchlemmer who has been visiting hisuncle Mr Wm Scblem CanneltonrInd Wednesday He was accom panied byhis aunt Miss Susie Schlemmer EvansvilleJnd Rough River Lodge K olPs in stalled officers Tuesday night and heldanimportant business session after which a nice lunch was served at the Y MC A rooms Mr H D Lea Ph nix British Columbia Prof M M Faughender Beaver Bam and Prof J S Dicker Bowl ing Green were visiting itfitijjhts and all madeintertaining talks after IthedunhLADIESSEitSROis a guaranteed protection tfor younever fails pleasant to use sanitary and bone ficial in its effects Usedand re commended by thousands of grate ful married ladies Abscrlutel harmless Six months moo Mailed in plain package up parl CilMrJ Tyler Davis of Louisville Assistant General Agent National Life insurance Company is here this week in the interest of his company The National has an honorable record of fiftysix years No better com pany is doing business in the United States today It was not caught in any of the insurance scandals durin the recent investigations Thos- desiring insurance will make BO mid take in writing in the National Barnett Smith are the locals agenda IIn honor of her 55th anniversary R T Tweddell was given a surprise dinner at her home on Un- I ion street last Sunday She was the recipient of many appreciated presents The occasion was one much enjoyed by all and will be presentItvte 1r ECLIPSE FOLDER NO6 I wpiczIor pages than any one connected with this office has been able to feed it Betas the first machine to be used in Hartford it created unusual interest fctst Thursday night and our press room was crowded with interested specta callJMrrand er E R Tweddell city Mr and Mrs P D Tweddell and son Rogers Deane of Owensboro Third Annual Pictjlc IWJ1itc Oat C mp No 103 W 0 give their Third Annual SaturdayIJd181905 nic andever body requested to brings their ffinI We salt grange an interesting JnBsmctive and amusing program Ie inning at 10 a m Neither time nor money will be spared to make this a pleasant and enjoyable day for all The I C JL It has granted special rate of li fare for round trip COMMITTEE NARROWS July I9Mr and Mrs John Ren irowand little daughter visited rel atives at Dundee Sunday Miss Verda Renfrew has returned from a weeks visit with relatives at Dundee C W Sharp was in Owensboro Wednesday MarMary Carnahan has returned relajtiveRMcidiv RevRe inold Bennett has gone to Elkton to assist the local pastor con duet x protracted meeting BennettsayF aeForetnan daughter of Mr Flank Forman is seriously ill oft l fever with pneumonia com piieattosa Or AR Riley of Hartford came mp Monday to locate hero for the KZcfieeoffaHcyMlesfikn The doc tor QcLscitktfae encouraging good fortune ofhaving three calls the first Say bliss Fannie Blacklock McHenry iwiegfriJenJs here ProC Arthur Moseley a popular 2e utjrteacier f Shreve died Mon day of lever last OrSunday morning Jurjr 8T one ddbrlsolrtitilaetbraeelctbetweenBeDaiaadLRough lEcectvuffastfe of bracelet Ella Idaoiel B tum to Miss Pansy Ste Maita Beaxer Dam Ky and receive ttlvsrd 4Utist Associattoi Associatpoi dmrcb an sessuafs being held The good I people of West Point are eatertain iigpttleedefegates h1 true oldfashion Kentucky styl- eJaigeJl P Miller was elected iModeraCwr and Rev A B Gardner Assutaet Moderator It was de voided to hold lie next Aasodation Hithfe Baptist church at Rockport 3The faHawing Hartford people attfttdimrr Bev A B Gard narJadgeJ P Miller Dr and Met E W Ford Van Fair G I Shultzg EeP Thomas Prof L N Gray W F ShapmTre and family Evans Calais Mr and Hrs JC Bennett Mr and Mrs C E Smith 1 Mess ant Tbonjisti Plasterers and contractors satis faction guaranteed Phene 29 or Bearer Dam Plaining Mill Co iMalJ I navigationbecomes elTtict on tin underground roads do you suppose Gotham There will beauotlwr merger in the air 1 suptiose Yonkers Statesman Historical Teacher Johnny who ray Joan of Arc- JohnnyThe wife of Noah uha built itLtfe 1 I Touched Lightly Experience is a grindstone itiis lucky for us if we get brigbte a4 by it and opt ground r Most Essential + Nettie If you were IItting Out r+ a house what would you put fev firsttill kitchen or the parier r furniture Sue Neither Id in ahurs hand Detroit Free PIIGot to KCEp Yous got to keep movie son said rncle Ebon Every imeyoir stops to tell u hard luck story JOlt give some mo hard luck n chance to ketch up tojou VashingtoiD Star a3TCRa EqaII Notice I Owing to the new law we have been forced to change our mill frost an exchange mill to a merchant milL Will buy your grain and sell para what you wantRespectfully HARTFORD MILL Co J C RTLEY Secretary Wild West I have the best of all kinds i meatSteak 10 cents per porS Roast 6c 7cand cents per poi Bacon and Lard12 cents per poi Boneless Ham 15 cents per po Bologna Sausage 10 cents perpouait V r Dried Beef 20 cents per pouts q Breakfast Bacon 20cents per pew I deal in nothing but meats and lard Yourpatronage solicitedfFOUNT KEOWIC I Notice I have received the Auditors CCJF tificate of the taxes of Ohio county and am ready to collect same Un yIat an earlier date than ever beM so have the money ready to settle at first call R B MARTIK Sheriff Ohio Co My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only genuine hairfood you can buy It gives new life to the hairbulbs Yoti save what j hair you have and get more too And it Keeps the scalp clean and healthy The bait kind ol atestimonia- lbold for over sixty yean MKU tar 3 0 AmOOr Lowll ffiaaAlio manrnkotonti of I ti SARSAPARILLA nits hersCHEBBV PECTORAL Jdhl r p s IARELIC OF THE FRENCH AT PANAMA APPETITES OF WILDBEASTS An Elephant Will Consume 750 Pounds of Green Stuff in 24 Hours A very lucrative if somewhat siHciiliitive industry is the milk1 of wild animals says the Mechan ical World Majwxine The stool is most dillkMilt and expensive to procure and equally so to main thin Its mere existence calls not for squire feet hat for whole ucrcs of space nod when one con siders that a single elephant will make away with 7l pounds of Kfeenstuir in a day lie begins to realize what a serious matter it is to keep a stork of wild beasts on hand at all Call at llanenbaclcs business ofllce and you will be shown ac counts dealing with the food bill of the animals on hand You will notice amon r t lie years items Kill tons of horsellesh tens of thousands of chicken heads hundreds of tons of fish whole trainloads of hay vegetables fruit sugar bread milk and crackers him dreds of thousands of eggs besides wines medicines full many oilier hems L Limit to Size of Battleships The announcement that the United States will build a bailie ship of 114011 tons displacement or about 1510 tons over he niian tic Dreadnaiifht which has just been launched by Kins iuwaruis possibly the forerunner of a navy construction which will put all previous exertions in this line in the shade Naval experts decline to emit that I he limit in size com bined with elToclivenoss has been reached The lreadnaujht is a perfectly practical ship then wily not one alittlelarjrer This is I Iw argument of the ship building na tious Hut if there is no limit upon the size of ships which may be built here will be attained out day another limllIhat of the pocketbook of the so called naval powers IKIssing Dangerous In Tetschen a stranger in a mo iniiit of exiiheraticean IS yearold f waitress at Tctscheii lias been sen tenced lo H days imprisonment Tlu offense took ulaccat the rail way station and tht inujrcd man complained at once to tin police old the ghI wa arrested So im pressed wits tilt magistrate with the heinoiisness of till crime that lit increased the severity of sen tenee by ordering I he girl four fast days in the fort night and also di t rested that after completing the sentence she should bt banished from Itohcmia dud sent to here hone in Dresden Weak Const Defenses It has now been discovered that our coast defenses are very lie- fectiveinaulostiaiporlantparhot ulHP Thre are it is till by no means enough men to iniiu them The existing companies of coast artillery are away short of their t proper complement of men laid there should be many more com I pulieslotatrrisuathcdrfeilslsaIreadV dcntly their fiiins Part of His Dream True The other night n Florida farm er dreamed that half a mile east of his house there was a littl 1 hill on the crest of which stood n tree and that nt the root of the I tree there was buried a pot of gold I Next morning bright and early hpstluted nut to investigate And I his dream came true in part He found the hill and also the hetSavannah News tl r FIRST STATESMAN OF ASIA Mysterious Combination of Oriental and Occidental Manifest In Marquis Ito We talked about poetry and lit erature Marquis Ito is at home upon these subjects He is an au thority on Chinese poetry as I have said again awl again writes Tout Xoguchi in National Maga zine- I He is the mysterious combina tion of oriental and oceidental There is no Japanese whose mind ismoreoccidentalthanhis After all OllithlItalllllI1Hlld is east He taught Japan how to i remain Japanese while adopting western civilization j It was he who induced the samu tai and nobles to emit niT their top knot lay aside their two swords and conform to occidental ideas And at the same time he attempt j ed to preserve all ihefld samurai j spirit for the work of national lIt velopment find it is this spirit which has made possible the new Japan of today He is the man who is holding the Hnglisli book in tubs right hand while his left carries till Japanese book of ems JlO1 Snails i The idea of using snails for the cure of chest complaints is not as I a correspondent has suggested pe culiar to the latterday Italian There were many believers in the UO4trnuliuIKiighmd a century ago and finite u brisk trade wax dnul in Sill his at Covcnt iarden There isaiiiaiiit proscription for asnnil cure in An Old IIU1H Iharma copoeia Il1IhliIIIil Mrs Del tiny in liiiH Does Alary rough I at night Two or three snails boiled in her bitchy WllhIII lea water or whatever she drinks might be of great service to lice Taken in lime they have done won derful cures Kill Mary must know nothing of il Little Mary had to be humored even a hundred years before Mr liarrie found hlI- hllIll1lOltiTnwlol1 lIrtllliellI That Settled It They lend looked soulfully into each others eyes fur some lime but somehow lie didnt seem In come to the point Then snddenl v hI inside a iiistovtty You hove your mothers hear tifulItS dearbexaiii Slit felt that the time had come lo play her trump gild I have also slit said my fa thers lovely heckbook Within 0 minutes till engage ment was announced Magazine of PUll Sport All Around Hello Irene is engaged to a genius in that young Longhedd- Flossie What makes you think so- He made a bargain with her to get U kiss for such shouting star they saw and then hired her little brother to throw lighted matches oil the roof while they sat on th veranda American Spectator What He Wanted I wont those eggs stopped shouted the tragedian striding to time footlights Well youre stoppiir em aint you asked the boy in the gallery soaking him with ullothllrlloll ton Post Absence Felt 1robably money cnn be more conspicuous by itsabsence than anything else in the world Charleston News and Courier Origin ot the Orange I It is to India nod to the Crabs as middlemen that Europe and through Ell 11111 America owe this now familiar fruit The prang crossed from Africa to Spain with Mohammedanism while probe i lily the Crusaders are to be thanked for bringing it to Italy and western Europe among they trophies of the east The IIname is really Arabic = naranj and of eastern origin though the legend that it tomes from two words meaning elephant null be ill because elephants ate or a nnos lo nuke themselves ill II- ahllmll 1robably in French the initial 1Ils dropped oil from our anj with the limit uof the i11deli nite article list as 1111 an apron represent a napron and tho spelling wit h an o points to false association with or gold Miss Anthony as Bridesmaid At least Mice in her lift Susan It Anthony was a bridesmaid and thin was in llllll when her private secretary Miss Anna Dann was married at IJochester Although Miss Anthony tried to instill Miss Dann with lice own views on womans proper sphere Cupid rot the best of till arga ment and while plainly disgusted when slit heard of t h nJIIIuullllll event regard fur lieu secretary won her over and slit consented to have it take place at lice homoand to alt as bridesmaid The cere ninny was performed by Hev Anna Shaw Chicago Tribune Strict with Bakers takers in Franco are subject to certain unusual rules and regula lio11M in large fort itied towns for instance they must always have a certain stock in hand in case of war Not only this but every where they have to deposit a sum of taunts iy the hauls of the mu nicipal authorities as a surety of good conduct and the law not coo tent with merely looking after their weights and measures actn oily decides the price at which bread IsII Some lose sight of the fart that of two evils It isnt nl wavs necessarv to choose either Iuck u REAL ESTATE If you have a farm town lot dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls onUnion Street Hartford situated on lot J acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four 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 40J 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 mile from the Court louse on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and four wells price outbuildingsI easy any further j 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 neighborhood good barn and out Iafine500 BRRflETT X SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky SURE CUREF- or All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER REVIVOdRESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man cEL31dTof Mel RZVIPO 11E1vEDYproduces Una results In 30 dn It cheaotheretail1tn11 reIpras orcxeosscutebyIrllljhutbacllslorln Ibo llro oiynulh It card off RI 15ICVIoootbrrmail ptoo itor package or six for 83011 1Yo rlrn free ntiico roll counsel to nU who wish It JIhlelllOrALFor Sale by J H Wil ians Bill t ford Iye and TpADEMAriKS rx inljr obtained In toPATCNTBTHATex n c OJH e i vuu to ucita- Smd t 11 iJioloor eta a for FREE rrport 8URPAsoiNoI krn1roCtuSh it awrueto StrootWISHINOTON a tl- R40fC r DROPSS AP criEsRHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATICA NEURALGIA and 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Darent a rerular healthy mnrement of the yourhowellviolent physio or ptll poison Is daneerou Tbe smoothest easiest most perfect way of keeptof tile bowels clear and clean U Id tke- CANDY CATHARTIO EAT EM LIKE CANDY rnt Ptluabla Potent Tnnle hood Do Good Never Slckm Weaken or Orlpei 10 ZS and 10 cents perbox Write for free limpid sad book let on hllh Address eta Sterling Remedy Company China or New York KEEP YOUR HOOD CLEAN a lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard- abeautlfolbrown or rich black Use LEGTBIG Quick Relief and Care forHead ache Backache DEzzineee Indigestion Nala etc I I CASTOR I A t For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Deus rho- igakttue 7Jof JHE YOUTHS COMPANIONWill B2 issues of the IBOO Volume 7Serial Stories each a book la itself rtflectlnf American tile In home camp and add 50SptcUl Articltt contributed by Fmoni Men Cud WomtnSUteimca TMirclltK Wiltttl and Scientliti 200Thoughtful and Timely Editorial Articles fa Important Public and Domestic Ouutloni 250Complete Stories by tbe Wit ol Living Story Writers Stoilei ol Character Stories of Achievement Stone ol Humor 1000Notes on Current Events and Dlicorerlei In the Field ol Science and naturalhistory 2000IBrlcbt and Amuilne Anccdotei Items 0IStrange and Cunoui Knowledge Poems Sketches Health Articles Hctltloui Aitlclei Children rage etc The subscription price of The Com pnnlon It flTS a yearonly three and- o half cent n week Subscription can begin at nnjr time lUfrafni AsarenerfI a4m7d- ttpe ql fee Pspr real to 1t Iddrn frr 0THE YOUTHS COMPANION Beiloii Moss New Saticrlrtloiit Ktttirti tt TICs Oflie RENT PAYS FOR LAND fertile Sections of the Southwest Where Iani Sells for 15 ani Rent for S5 Per Acre One of the remarkable things i about Eastern Arkansas nnd North Louisiana is the fact that cleared land rents for 5 per aero cash and can be bought for 750 to 15 per acre H costs from 0 to 10 an acre to clear it Other improvements necessary are sligh and inexpenci ve The soil is rich alluvial or made acre vorth15toGO Thisaccount It produces a bale of cotton per for its high rental value Others crops such as corn small grains grasses vegetables and fruits thrive as wel I Alfalfa yields 4 to Ii cuttings a ton to a cutting and brings 10 to 16 per ton In other sections of these states and in Texas as well the rolling hillland is especially adapted to stock raising and fruit growing Land is very cheap 5 to 10 acre improved farms 10 15 to 25 per arrc The new White Hirer country offers many opportunities for set tlers High rolling fine water it is naturally adapted to stock and fruit raising Can he bought as low as 3 per aero See this great country for yourself and pick out a location Des criotive literature with maps free upon request The issouri Paeifc ron Moun tain System Lines sell reduced rates round trip tickets on first and third Tuesdays of each month to points in the West and Southwest good re turning 21 days with stopovers For descriptive literature maps time tables etc write to U T G M ATTHKWS T P A- Louisville Ky or 11 C TOwNs m n P T A St Louis Mo I Keep them in the houseI Take one when you feel bil I ious or dizzy They act dl- rectlyontheIiverf I r BUCKINGHAMS DYES sorer ma of 1II lIra W a rtaleegoe usura II U I DITTERS The best tonic Curative Medicine for these dl eaeee SOc Guaranteed a EJJJIl9 gec YnLJ C 11 IUUXTT I I SMITH tBARNETT SMIT- H111UH11LYS AT LAW llkltlftlnl JYt- sIllprarhwlhrlrpnddultblalllheroartI 4 JilL Iludu and SiwIiiUttHitliiiitrlvriitiinllliiMiiiwMitrUMil tinIt ran ulhrrlnnlidlhrlhlrllvufrdneI- nnlnhd llwil islalr IIIK riiHTliiltli OfiliHln ItlMHiro llnllilliiir FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Lawi- i iicri oitn KY It III irj MO III IrII ii In Olitu and ml iuhnenntr inn In ti 1iitirt of 1- 1lrhllhIiniiftd Hint Inllnfnnua it iectaltr iitMnlH iti Himill luillillnu u u CHAS M CROWE 4IL LvAWYELR+ IIAlrrrottn KY UUIimriln hipnoflop lii nil his nvtrti d OklH and nitlnltilnc mil ulln the utr- jf 1pwsk 9wrslitenfdn stern ly rrlMliinl intclk iiill r llrvthin Ilion rnrnir Nap kt ii Mil Outer tlrbTtuoaa fIr UNnlr nu n INO B WILSON AlTOHNEY AT fAll HARTFOlzn KY xlrrllnnrNwklhRahelrartArelNSnrrr Itdlrrnonhi4 poldl epa M R R WEDDING Attorne3r at Law IlAKTKOIID IvY 11III iinirrinlviVMitlr unit Cnlrtnl mart 111111 Ielolu ftr CuNykar inWlefnrthlrnuury 11 I ilia IllS KIIMMT VOtlllVAIIh HEAVRIN WOODWARD COtC t cj Kv11rlllnrartllhnr In nIIlIednarlI Ai l HI rolltonu =YANCY MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW nrttrt KenllicUv Will tirnrllrrlil r rnf liin In nil thr CiHlrtnt IIhI unit ndrlelnedean and In thufiMr hl- ANppsl Ai XiitHtr IuMV Ofllrrutrr tIe1 Nnllnnnl llnni w ii IIIIMH st ANIIIISOS BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys anj Counselors at Law IIAUTFOKII KY The nnilmlKDnl iinnonnn that they burr k foriiinlii lmrtnrrhqfnr lbe imrtlmit Ie In nil mull Mt lrnn l KfUrnl Uh mare iinlh ililfiilMnln Slrwt npH liiloiirt III DM Hurl ford KY Alirnrtln Nil nml llllKnllcn al guiles TIlM to llrnl Cuint Hill h Kfn Ptcol Hllrntton Nornrjr hi iiHrvWIIIIUINI S A MiiilHIIN KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNow i PriceFOR100 Free Surest and Quickeat Curo for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK PROCUntDANDOtFCNDrDrMmo M a r ror ei iwrt MU btre afrkr how la obtain olrntA teed anaru eoprniliucta in ALL COUNTRIES Jiatlneii Jirrtl with ttanHngloii tarn list monry aiiJefit lA Inti i Es1ledNlfWriteS13 Blntt Itntt pp Cmlua IUtM nttat COM WASHINGTON D C ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY tIlUNIIlptxUlThe Telephone Co operatedthy a reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts3f miles 15cts 45 miles 20 ctsc- J W OBANNON Mgr Beaver Dam Ky M 4 e vw U IIEQUALDiVISION JaVorav the People of Kentucky Are Der Uranchlied and How the People Can Right This Wrong To tom People of Kentucky At the tilt riKiilitr HI HHUII of tea Gonora Aiwwnbly 1111 net wits passed dividing tr Stuto Irate 100 HoptoHontiitlvo dIll trlcts which has been niijirovoil by tlll loviMiiiir iiiul clothed with nil the xta hall II I III 011 bl or forms of law Tiii roiiHtltntlon of Kentucky pro viiies iinioiiK other thliiKM that Tho First tunurnl AHsombly after tar niloptlun of thin CniiBtltntlnu shall t k ittrliln tin Htnto Into Uilrtyvlnht Son iitoTlal district and om hundred Hep rrwtntiillvi dlstirctu UH nearly equal In imputation an may bti without di vldlnj any county except where n tletnly may include more than ore tOnljlrt which district Blinll conntl tntn the Senatorial unit IlepreHenU dens OlMtrlctH for ten years Not morn thnu two counties shall 1111 joined to Kthur til form u Heprexentatlvo dls Srlclt 1rovlded In doing no Iho prln CilIJtItlljtllrltll every district to ho as w a1ljr rnmil In population an may he shall out lie violated If In Tsciklng said districts IniMinallly of Iiopuliitlon shall lie nnavoldahle any aivnnlnKP rvsiiItliiR therefrom shalt 111 given to districts having the Inr- t1ff territory No part of n county shall bn added to another county to coakR u district mid the counties Vmnln a district shall lie coutlgu UIJi The Ceneral AHsembly was dlrecteil rrery ton years thereafter to ridlH- 4ricl DIP State according to this rule Cozie Ring that the act In question J1IIIJ vml a croKH violation of both the let trr nnn spirit of the fundamental law nc the State and that It deprived a urKr number of our people of the rijtbt of self governnteut tho under iHiXxvd were selected by the tinanl fmnat voice of the llepnlillcau mem kern nf the lpUlitiiri to take steps to Tighcrt the rlRhts of the people of the Slain iiKaliiht this unjust Inlqul tut and nncoatitltntlonal act of the LtJlt1ullrt The right of a citizen to propor tionate representation In the hgisla fjrre o Tar as It can be practically cuTlnil Into effort by the Instrument tlell of human Kovernrnent Is rec rjirVnrt and protected by the Cnnntl fcaaJiin 135 III 43- 1Ity the act In question It nppeaw that Inoue than a quarter of n million or ear people In twentyfour districts our rulhrr In twelve of them have bi en domed snit excluded from represent iiun In the legislature to all Intents slain purposes Tim commltteo havlnu occasion to also consider the nets of the IiRlsla lure uf May 3 and June 2s 1s93 ill vidiuj thu Slain lute Senatorial and Itoprrsentatlvo districts and also tho art rf Mill VII 11 ISS dlvldht the State Into ConRresslonnl districts ronnil that they were each anti nil Rroisly unfair and vlolatlve of the Slu f or Kederal law governing the au Ve r- ttj rtildenco that wo are not mil Taken In our views on this matter wo iltafh hereto tables showlni a nun ber of Soaatorlal anti UBproKentntlvo lUJricls taken from the various nets aa well ns nil the ongtc tint tl ills tricts under the net of 1S3S These figures taken from the nets sod tho census of the State speak room eloquently and stninKly than aaylhlnR your committee can Hay on the subject nnd need but little cote meat tit our hands Thai we have n remedy nRalnut the vialallon of the uipremo law of the State end the United States manifest ed n these various nets of oho I ORS lature seems to be too clear for dls lute or argument The courts of tho country have not regarded apportionment acts as excel Uoox lo the rules that Legislatures are bend l y constitutional limitations In this enactment of laws and that If yttl disregard them It is the function K or the courts to KO declare Mclher U S 1 Prowl31m vs niacker 14C u Saver 11 Kansas 235 State vs Van Duyn 24 Neb OSC State vu Campbell 48 Ohio 4n5 State vs Mur jbr 21 Florida 29 People vs Thomp tjon 1C5 Illinois 451 Parker vs State y US Indiana 178 State vs Cunning plum 81 Wisconsin 1 Olddlnua vs Blacker 93 Michigan 1 Morris vs WriRhtson 5C Now Jersey Law 126 People vs KIce 135 Now York 472 PiiiipSe TS Van nokkelen 73 North Carolina HIS The courts of New York New Jcr sey Indiana Michigan Wisconsin nnd North Carolina have set aside and do clarcil fold apportionment acts and In nIt the States that have so far had occasion to pass upon the validity of ancU laws tho courts have not failed to assert their right nnd power to de 4 bide them valid or Invalid as the facts In the particular case required the court to determine u We brave found In none of tho acts that bnve been contested and held In valid In our slstor States anything annro grossly unfair and vlolatlvo of the rights of the citizens to partlcl pate iipon equal terms In tho affairs ot Ms State government than tho acts ot onr own Legislature that wo pro 10 tfaae to test In the courts t At the last election for President In enr State the Republican party cast ware than 47 per cent of tho total vote rash tuna the Democratic party a frao 4l teas tinfler 50 per cent If the Assem inacdanceTUyitTlrnnn would have stxtyQTa X3H bem ot the Legislature Instead 01 fJStfm mow held by them 0 The commutes after a carefW conI ildoratlon Of the law and the facts hUll agreed that It Is tho duty of people to contest the acts of the ourI oral Auunnhlr of slay 3 1893 Juno 28 1893 March 11 1898 and tho act of March 1905 and wo havo tho ut most confidence that with the proper effort such and all of these alleged laws will be set aside and hold for naught and that tho Legislature will be reconvened and laws inure In ac cordaoco with Justice right and tho Constitution will bo enacted Wo deem It prudent that various suits bo tiled against each net and In every form act uianiiur that such suits have boen tiled In our sister States BO that there cnn ho no ques ion that Homo of tho number urn properly brought nnd will therefore have to bo divided upon their merits Wo havo secured eminent counsel to take charge of the litigation In be half of tbo people und It will require considerable money to pay the ex penses of theso various suits give out chosen comiul a moderate feo for their services and the actual expense Incurred by the commltteo In prose crating the wraUsfjt In tho courts Tho connnllteo Is serving without salary or hopo of any flnunelitl reward fOrIts services In tho mutter This Is out a party matter ns It strikes si the very root of the prince plo of Heirgovernment and the equal right of nil citlnMiH under tin law to participate through their representa tives In tho enactment of their laws All men Irrespective of party nflllla liens are asked to take an Interest In this contest let tho preservation of tho rights of till people tad to tutu us both with voice pen null purse In our efforts to assert anti maintain the con stitutional rights of Keutucklnns According to the census of 11100 the State of Kentucky had n population of 2H7171 which niado the average IlppreBcntatho district 21171 Hy Houso Hill No 210 which became u law at the last regular session of the legislature twentyfour of tho ono hundred districts so created have a population anti area ns follows District Canety Population Area 99 tiioinvr 7II7 SO za 11olre DTil 239 9 Ilannx4c sUll ULt 41 s 2 301 li1 ItuttlltAtklrtHKI 1931 221 30 traAi 1523 a91 32 lame In61 291- 7s 1991 1IliO 212 21 Slrnr1 11521 1l0- C2 JiKtunlti llIS 1r1C7 OHtnnt IJMi fcS llruckm 1M37 193 13 12 ctumtfis 11933 275 These counties arc hardly entitled to six but an given twelve Representatives AvcniKo 1 nanirrtoIWlrhtt0411 212 plat CnuiilbA IViptllutliin Ariii- I Oil IMIntt and CirtiT KiitS 770 SH niulttf and HatU 31HOS 649 I tirwts 33211 55s H3 IL awl Crctiup 33300 i91 71 Jukwm Owsly IVr ry alit lHihir 3tW3 1210 97 Floyd KciKI and Mn Ki mn 3fiJr 101 10 CliriMUn S7962 CDI- 8S Itiiyil aril Irfiwnncf 3H4IS COS SI 19k JIUIHI mid ally tin 12196 1551 69 WhlllIIwl Knox 423 7 91 70 Iaurrl tr Kcjmtlr flap nmi 1r ate G 2124 iem 21 Ulilit IIirtliT and 14- 1inormn 53252 1U 12 29 cniili 4M451 2elA- vrmxe 241 ni itfrs 3SS71 912 These cointi s uri entitled to twen tytwo lint are given twelve reprusea tatlvoM Pop Area Tho lust Rnmi Tour II i o illation sod arvu nJ rut IOWK 111933 IS3 The second ansyt4664 l 1101 BlrrcrrriPB M 341SH 8S19 Spencer count with a population of 7407 and an urea of 204 square miles Is glen ono representative whllo Ohio Itnttor nail Kdmonson with a combined population of 5320 nnd an area of 1241 square miles Is given only ono representative pill County Pop Arcr- tII HiMticer 7407 201 U OlilolIuttcrnJmoMSim 5G3 1541 Dlffrrcrcc 45S3S 1017 The Twentysixth district 1st more than seven tinges as largo In popula tion as the Ninetyninth the differ enco being more than enough to con stitute two average districts Hy tills arrangement ono citizen of Spencer county has nearly as much voice In the legislature as eight citizens of Ohio Butler and Kdmonson According to oho census of 1890 the state of Kentucky had a population of 1858035 which made the average RoprescnUtlio district 18586 By the act of the General Assembly of May It 1893 twentyfour of the districts so created had a population and area as follows towit Dlst Counties Pop Area 29 Hancock 9214 193 32 Lanie 9133 293 30 Ueade 9181 301 17 Mclan 9847 253 E7 Anderson 10610 2U 21 Simpson 10SS7 190 C7 Oarrunl 11138 231 n Jessamine 11243 160 99 Grromip j 11911 318 71 Boone 12215 212 S3 llracken 123S9 193 It Woodford 123SO 223 12 12 counties 130743 2810 I Average 1 10899 236 These countien are entitled to seven but are given twelve representatives I Dist County Pop Area 70 IjMirelnockoisrtlo 23695 75C 17 KnottFloydLetchtr 23614 1076 92 UromthlttUeoaiagomn 24106 980 69 PuUskl 2571 751 I los CarterHUoU 26418 770 71 CUyJuckawOwiley 26633 1014 91 IBellIUinreryLeslle 26804 1571 I 3 Grave 28531 550 II Henderson 29533 414 II WhltleyKnox 31352 93- 0it IloydLnwrcnco 31735 603 10 Christian 34181 694 It 25 counties 332393 10117 Average 205 1 3735 8- 13Thtlfti lire entitled to nearly 18 fun an slrttj 11 rJDrtswaUUve Aroordln to the cenmis of 1900 these acme illxtrlctii hud the following popula tion towlt Duet Counties Population 29 Hnmnok R9H 32 IHrue 10761 30 Mend 10533 17 MoLean 1244S 57 Anderson 10051 21 Flogs 11624 67 nnrnird 1201 63 JrxiMinlnn 11923 99 Uricnui 15432 78 lHiii 11170 85 Jlnukfn 12137 59 Wctodford 13131 12 12 rnlintlr 110174 Or a gait of 93S6 In ten yiiirK Dist Coiintlpx Population iJ loJtllItockulIlI 3000f 97 KnottKloydIettliir 3312S- 9J llrruthlttIi0MHKntllM 31311- 6H PIIl aklt 51293- 1Ji VliTKlllott SnfilS 71 riayJnikdonOwslry Jl793 93 1iliirluuIVirylHilo 4n3is 3 inivus 23201 13 llcndiiHon 3i9ii7- B9 WhltlcvKnox 4JCS7 9 lliiydliwrfnrt SS4I5 10 Cliilsiljn 37Ji2 12 23 riiinto 41793 Or M iialn nf S3HIH and ulvliiK to each of tlifMt dlxtrlcls mi nviTiiKi iKipuIiillim of 3IS2S ilK iiRiiliiHt a present population of llisi for the other twelve ilMrlils Tin drat group In 1X90 had u IHIP illation of 1307SS Tin iiniil group In 1X90 liml n Imputation or Of 31J293 Tin ilirrfnilnt Ixtwrin till two Ktimi or twvlvo illKtrlit + fiuli IK 201303 Tin llrxt group In 100 had II pup liliitlon of 110171 Tin hnoiid Kruiip laid liy tin witiu census 4l7t31 Tin uhf rciife brtwivn tli two groups of twelve lIlHtrlitH- eaili la 277759- lly tin tilt of luy 3 1S93 Viimn ruiin ty wttli ii population of 3013s acronllni to tin CCIIHII III ISMund mi unit u 32S- HlUliri MlIllM WHS KlVlfll tWI IIIOIIllHTH l r thf leglsi hoer and illvliloil Into two IHS liiliitlvi illntrlutM Twentythird tutu TwentyfourthArrunlliiK tlio rcnsus nf 191 Wnrron county loin H ixipiilntlnn i f 299i inn l y Ilount lllll No 216 Is given two inPinhiTN of the IxKlKlatim brag illvldcil Into dlmrlftK TwiMitythrce und Twentyfour us In the net of 1S93 lay the HII of May 3 1S93 fhrlMInn county with a population of 3I1S8 iir conllllK to the CCIIHUH of 1K90 tad nil area of J94 square melee wits then ono mem ber or the leglntatnre and by llmue 11111 No 216 IK only allowed ono member I nit hoagh nicfirilliiK lo the reuses or 19OT It haul ii iximilatlon or 371K or nn oxIless of 7992 over Vnrren and 166 metes greater territory traven county In larger In area and wnn larger In imputation Imth In ISliJ unit In 1 H tliiin Warren but H only given one ItepreHeiitntlvi under the time of 1S93 and Slant ISO- SCongressional Districts It In provided by set of Congress That In OIKII Suite entitled under this appor tionment yie number to which such State may be entitled In the FlftyeUlith slid sire xtihceouent Congress skull be- lecteil by dliitrlrtn enmifard of olllhe units and comiKirt territory and contaln InK Its nearly as prarlloable nn iiiul mimlMT of Inliiibltiiiitn The wild dlxtrli is HliBll be equal to the numlier of the Rep reisfintntlvisto which such Stale may Inn entitled In CoiiKress no one illHtrlct eleftlim more than one IIIIrnIUlhIInlteil SlntPS Con I Chapter II See 3 IHIRO 10 from act i of oinsrex or January 16 1001ITo show how llasnintly unfair and Unjust Is the Kvrrynmnder of Kentucky 11110I tonicreiwloniil illxtrlrtH mid how far present stale Uw vlolatox both the letter and the nplrlt of the Federal taw It Is only necessary to set forth the forts nail to I examine n nmp or the fonuresxIoiiHl ills inlets or our State The map shows Hint I llu dlxtrlrtM lire not compart und mAd In all kltnlK or Khapex nnd nrtI llnns In the effort lo make ten ant or the eleven illHlrktn Demovratlo BM IhIrert tho Illtui the dlxtrlrtx were created When It U considered that under u fall apportionment of the Slate and estimat hey the vote cast In the last election for President the Pepiibllcnns an fairly en titled to Live Congressmen the Kerryman tier lircomca apparent und somewhat startling In Its denial of representation In the National Ieelxliture to n lars body of Kentiicklans That the people may see the Justice nf our condemnation or the present gerry mander of the Stute we will submit tho nlCl1IIJ1IIainenerarsemhly or March II 1S9J Under i which each district should have ac cordliiK lo the census of 1S90 nn nveraxe I population of 169ii6 as nearly UH be ns follows mayI First District Italian CaMwell Calowny Crlttenden Kiitlon IraveM Hlekman ItvliiRxton lyon Marshall RlcCrncken and Trig l having 170600 Inhabitants or nn excess of 1531 Second District Christian Davlexx llancork Ilender son Hopkins Mcfean tnlon and VellI ster having 174803 Inhabitants excess or 5839Third District Allen flutter Barren Kdmonson Lo I Ban Metcnlf Muhlenburff Slmpsan Todd and Wurr n having 166631 Inhabitants or a deficit of 2335 Fourth District lireeklnildge Iliillltt Orayfon Oreen Ilardlii Jtart l irue Marion Muadn Nelson Ohio Taylor and Washington with 192061 Inhabitants or on excess of 2309S I Fifth District Jefferson with I8S595 Inhabitants or I 19632I District Carroll Oallntln TrlmblIor Oldhim Owen Scott and Woodford with 141461 Inhabitants or a deficit of 27603 Eighth District Anderson Boyle Canard Jessamine Lincoln Madison Mercer Horkcaxtle Shelby and Spencer with 134510 Inhab pants or a deficit of 34456 Ninth District Bath Bracken Iloyd Carter Fleming Oreenup Harrison Lawrence Lewis Mason Nicholas Robertson nnd Itowan wllh 176177 Inhabitants or an excess of I 7211 Tenth District Breathltt Clark Klllott Estlll Fly t Jounmn Knott Lee Martin Masoffln Menlfee Montgomery Morgan Pike Powell and Wolfe with 149068 Inhabit ants or n deficit of 19893 Eleventh District I Adair Dell Casey Clay Clinton Cum berland Marian Knox Lecher Leslie Laurel Monroe Owsley Perry Pulaskl Russell Wayne Whitley and Jackson with 213232 Inhabitants or an excess of 44316 The Eleventh district had In 1899 71821 1c Ic tc ic k k kT TTrtEeP Barnes rBrosS ryi I WagonsI Wagons1 tOLD HICKORY and TENNESSEE For over twenty years these popular wagons have made themselves keenly felt in tho competitive held and today stand as king over them all We buy theso pricesChenmake you the same old price and have the wagon you ought to have right in stock Visit our ware rooms investigate those Wagons to your satisfaction JJWe carry the 2i 23 tf 31 size low and high wheels with Hound Brakes and G Seats i Beaver Dam Ky 4it j a more inhabitants than the Seventh ills trict and 78772 more than the Eighth district According to the census of 1900 the Congressional districts should have an nvrago population of 193098 The table given below shows that the discrimina time Is even greater according to the 1900 census than that of 1890 First district population 201866 or an excess of 6768 Second district population 203336 or 179515 or a detlilt of 15580 Fourth district population 210314 or nn excess of 15216 Iirth district population 232519 or an excess of 37151 Sixth district population 179130 oradeljolt of 1566 feventh district population 151473 or 1 lentil of 43625 eighth district population 143109 or a vUlnth 200064 or a deficit of 4968 Ivnth district population 187169 or a duI It of 7929 Klfrenth district population 237532 or XC ess of 624S- 4Te Eleventh district had In 1900 106 1an More Inhabitants thin the Seventh iVI and 114173 more than the Eighth dlslrlt the Seventh and Eighth com bitted having only 37364 more than the Elevel th r This I Illustration I IhowPants fit and look We would like to show you the real garments and then you can judge for yourselfwhy xSchwabs twopiece Suits for men and young men are in demand by discerning dressers Each garment is carefully tailored the shoulders lapels collars and fronts skillfully moulded into shape by expert tailors and the style and drape of these garments are sure to win the admiration of men who know good Clothes If you want a good warm weather Suit look these garments over xtry them on examine the workman ship They will please you so will the prices 10 up IIj CARSON S CO S IrINCORPORATEDHartford Kentucky I 831I n aisouxxinK me suojrvt or apportion ment for congressional purposes and the duty of the State Leglslnturo to milk name according to the number of Inhabit Inii Congress said The Constitution must be understood not us enjoining an abso lute relative owiallty because that would be demanding an Impossibility but as requiring the Legislature to make in ap portfonment of Representatives among the several counties according to heir respective number of Inhabitants as nearly as may be That which can not be done perfectly must be done In n man ner ns near perfection ns can be If ex actness can not rrom the nature of things be attained then tom nearest practicable approach to exactness ought to be made The Legislature Is not ab solved from nil rule merely because the nlplIldlInrule It takes the place of the other rule which would be preferable but which Is found Inapplicable end becomes itself nn obligation or binding force The nearest approximation to exact truth or xact right when that exact truth or exact right can not bo reached prevails js In other cases not as n matter of discretion but as nn Intelligible and deflnltu rule dictated by justice and conforming to the common sense of mankind a rule of no lets binding force In cases to which It Is appjlcable and nq more to be departed 1- c7fze rrom tnan any omen rule Taxation without representation Is tyr anny It was for representation that our forefathers fought In the Revolution Tho right they secured for us has been taken away by the Kentucky Legislature Un der the Infamous system now n operation In some districts the representa tion which should properly be given to one citizen Is divided between two To that extent each Is disfranchised It Is only a question of degree The right to disfranchise n citizen altogether IRas r zreat as the right to half disfranchise him In other districts the representation which should be divided between two or three citizens Is given to one This still further proportionately reduces the representation of the citizen who has already been halt disfranchised and In some cases gives him only oneeighth of the voting strength allowed to a citizen In another part of the State This should not be a party question It Is a question of right Parties and poll des should havo no more to do with Ha settlement than with the ownership of chattels or the title to land The one ques lion should be decided upon the same principles of Justice as the other Wo Invite the cOQ erallon of all citizens who recognize their responsibilities u such and who believe in justice be tween man and man ALVIS S BENNETT Chairman Ji h l lJbJ tiU 1J uW I j r A SWEEPING 1r j I I AIt f it AI1AIVIIAI I UL NI IfliVU UNLLI For 30 Days Only Sale Begins SaturdayJuly1 14th Closes Wednesday August 15th I As is our usual ustom we come again with our semiannual offerings of many bargains Notwithstanding the marke-d advances in most aH lines of merchandise we were fortunate enough by early buying to secure many lines at old pricesandafter one of the most successful seasons business in the history of our business we desire to show our ap preciation of same to our friends and customers by giving to them a season of extremely low prices in which our loss will result in their gain Below we quote prices on only a few of the many articles carried in our immense stock but remember that in ibis great sale every article in our house is to be sold at reduced price Calicoes We have just received Ji ease Standard Prints assorted to besoB at41cA lot of short length Cafictn Sic A Ginglia11lssale price5and 3 ands 10 Notions J Pins paper 0130 Needled 3c Hairpins 0 packages 5c 9 1 box 4c Pearl Buttons 3e- Tfa Agate u ttUIISu 4c L Hooks and Eyes H4c IuC Lawns 5e Lawns 1r 34c 7n 5c eI II6c a I leiI U 7ic 9cIJOti u Me- 2M II ISC I While goods including Djinhfesj Lawns Mulls Silks Silk Grena dines otc will tell be 511 a greatly 1educe1 prices I Woolen Dress Cooefej Hero is wnnYn the price is s vith n 2 edged sword t1oI1 75 u 58c 4So II 42c ill u 27c1 25 iirfK I tic1 2011 i Inc S 1512oI Shoes Shoes A counter of special bargaiog aft 433 7le nnd 98c E ceptingspecialofleringsis Jsount of nut less than 10 per ctni will be given on entire line Lavliia Oxfords worth 20i bv hfi3 IliiO 1 J23 12sisurd 1IJ5 fur JH c 100 and 115 for and fihi NOW FOR THE FUN At our cost and a gain for the lucky man or woman on Sat urday afternoon July 21ut 4 oclock there wil be thrown from the top of our store house a lot merchandise consisting of i Pants Hats Shoes Sox Supporters Collars Vies Bacon Beans and a handful of Cash Let everybody come and join the scuffle 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 same day we will give to the prettiest baby not over a year old a solid gold ring TJirdc old maidsto be the judges ON SATURDAY AUG 4I At 4 oclock there will be four 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 free of charge t Let everybody join the chase It will pay for the running NOW FOR THE LAST And best of all On Saturday August 11 at 3 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 Here the cutting is deep A nice line of Summer Suits Worth 1000 for 000 I BOOII 550 850 111110 I 750 175 Suits and Odd Pants- A specialcounter of suits at J price A special counter ofOdd Pants 08c All Suits and Pants except above mention Ied at a discount of 15 to 25 per cent Ladies SkIWorth 000 for 125IIi 5001 y75 II 100Ii 1500 1 550 275 II 500 210I1 250Ii 125 Embroideries- A splendid line of many beautiful do signs 5c values for Sic 7ie cIlOc 1 II3C r 121c U II u 11111111 Ut 150II 12c ISe Me Laces reduced in saute proportion Ladies Shirtwaists collars ties belts lsIyour own price gut a nice hat for a low pric- eHandkerchiefs Four for rc A better ono lc II II 5e 11 H- u8c Ladies Hose Worth 10o for 80 11 12c II 10c 16e 12C- 20o 10e 250II 22c II J 1UOII fiOcII lOc A lot of Childrens lose Jill 5e Bleach Domestic One lot at11eOno lot wide 15 d for 100 Only 15 yards to cllHtollim Brown Domestic per yard5cA lot of Remnant of all kinds und I lengths to bo sold at anyold price Mens Shirts and Underwear Worth 25 and Hoc for 22c 50c J2o II 75cII 03o It 10011 87o J25II 98c II 150 118 II 250 211 I I theMaysIBBS DRY GOODS COMPANYti RQCKPORT KENTUCKY 1tw If 11 w awravi tQ2 Y wr rYrir 2 i rr r 2QtItItIlZ7i FrrIMIM I i Juv x 1 rStt+ ttttttFttttttf ttttttttttttttttttttt3tt NrtttttT F- tI BANK OF HARTFORD tINCOI ouea ruslur+ li2 t I Capital StOCkH 4O OOOOO t I Surplus 12 00000HH HHStockholders AddlM Liability 40000001 + i i Securety to Depositors 9200000 tJ W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Cashier I II P TAYLOR V Prest U HOLBROOK Asst Cashier J Wr+ II P TAYLoltRNOlioLRROOKDirectors + JNO IASittFtttttetttMtttti + TO MAMMOTH CAVE Continued from First Pngul 5r r3a sr ev r M s sa M Jlt1R JR NOT GOOD AFTER JULY 23 FreeTrip to Mammoth Cave Ballot 2 I This Ballot will count one 1 vote for ft 9MrDistrict No 9 When properly filled out and returned to TilE KKIUWICAN of Z fice by mail or otherwise on or before expiration date shown above Z e C 1lVC7lVl C CiCaCBC C CascaCBCJt tVV tC t E18g CBC THE DJSTRJCTSThe seven Districts are made up of territory as follows DISTRICT No 1Klst and West Hartford East and West Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precincts DISTINCT No2 Cromwell Select Arnold Hosine and Horse Branch voting precincts DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan voting precincts DISTRICT No IIast and West ForJsville Btnaville Shreve ItnlpVand Herbert voting precincts DISTRICT No 6lhlln Heflin lluford and Bartletts voting precincts I DISTRICT No 6 Ccntcrtown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point pleasant voting precincts DISTRICT No 7North and South Hockport McIIenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts U FIRST NATIONAL BANK I 01 Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in- DIRECTORS GAUB LIKENS ALVIN HOWE BURCH FELIX JIM POIK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN I I I I = BLACK BIRKHEAD E = PROPRIETORS = r i Hartford and Beaver Dam Transfer JAND FREIGHT LINE = Meets all trains Also = 4 General Liverymen 8 i = Best of attention given to stock New stable Main = Jj street Hartford Ky = II Louisville is Booming DO YOU KNOW THESE FACTS ABOUT LOUIS VILLE 330000 a within a It leads th WORLD In the of Jeans farm wagons sewer pipe wooden boxes andn producing and handling whisky sole leather cement suppliesLoulsvlUe factoryintorlesln the world and has 8 electric Inter urbanllnes LoulsvlllelsacltyofBEAUTiF- ULHOMESI Its city property valuation Is S 200000000 It has the grandest park the homeollhewORLDSLEADNOCand Is MERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll at this school do THOROUGH work and youll never be In want ofagood Inabooming en LoulsvlUe NOW Is the Urns tolnvestlgata Catalope tree UlUfISTRiTTOIIUSIIESSCOLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY 4 Subscribe for The Republicans ONE WIFE Is Sharred by Two Men in the1 City of Denver Colo rado Denver Colo July ltA case of two men with one wife the three living under the same roof for more than five years with one or the men in ignorance of the others relations to the woman has been brought to light in the court proceedings herein which Mrs Grace A Peterson was divorced from Walter Peterson Mr Peterson alleges that while he was married to Mrs Peterson at Mt Gilead Ohio July 25 1900 she was thewife of F W VVelland whom she introduced to Peterson as her brotherI her at Mt Gilead Ohio Peterson testified as Grace A Harper She said Welland was her halfbrother She afterward informed me that site had been mar ried and divorced from another man by whom she had a daughter now sixteen years of age We moved from Mt Gilead to Cleveland Ohio and Welland went with us and lived with us We went from there to St Louis and he still continued to be a member of our family We came to Denver and he occupied room in our house I was informed by her that her two sisters lived in Ohio and used correspondence with them to entrap her- Peterson agreed to let her secure a decree on condition that he be re leased from almony and costs Oda91ORZ1LBe- ann lit Bind You Hare At ars u i 11 I1Il BrKentucky Fair Dates The following arc the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fair for 1906 as tar as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates Hartford Sept 194 days Richmond July 113 days Stanford July 123 days Lancaster July 133 days Hustonville July 253 days Winchester July 253 days Madisonville July 315 days Danville August 13 days Harrodsburg August 74 days Fern Creek August 144 days Vanceburg August 154 days Columbia August 211 days Shepherdsville August 214 days Lawrenceburg August 21Idays Springfield August 154 days Brodhead August 153 days Guthrie August 235 days Nicliolasville 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 5I days Monticello Sept 114 days Glasgow Sept 124 days Henderson Sept 255 days Falmouth Sept 264 days Pembroke Sept 273 days Owensboro October 25 days Mayfiled October 34 days C al9TOZ dsB Bean Ui the Kind YwHawWwjj Bwp Blpaure 11 of 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 WALDING 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 per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Stenographers Wanted There is a great demand for competent stenogrophers You can se cure a good position by attending the Bowling Green Business Univer sity Bowling Green Ky as above for catalog and particularsI r Duty First ClerkI should be glad if you would kindly excuse me from duty tomorrow sir I wish to attend motherI a u a not Business before pleasure Ally Sloper London WERE TRAPPED IN A SEWER Refugees Narrowly Escape Being Drowned When in Flight from Prussians at Siege Wo hoard above us a dull rum bling noise as from the wheels of vehicle tend the heavy tread of great IIWHHCH of men from which wo concluded that the Prussians were oily entering the fortress nod omipying the gates and the rainpaitH says an extract from Reminiscences of a Long Life in MrClures Magazine We also heard the striking of n church clock which gave the hour our bench being near one of the manholes so that the sound of the upper world reached us without much dilllculty About nine oclock in the evening it begun to rain HO heavily that we could clearly hear the splashing of the water as It poured down At first it seemed to us that the raitiHtorm would be favorable to our plan not escape jilt before long the matter ap pealed in a dillerent light We felt that the water was rising in our sewer and soon it began to shoot through it with great ve hemence like a mountain stream After awhile it flooded the bench upon which we were Hitting nail reached up to our chests Wo also perceived living creature which suddenly with great act iv ity rushed mid Iliwitd around us They were undoubtedly rats We hun to get out I tsajd to my companions or we shall bi drowned We left our bench and stashed forward 1 had hardly ad vanced n few steps when in tie darkness I run my head against i hard object I touched it and dis covered that the obstacle was nn iron roiling At once the thought came to me that this railing hind hewn put there for the purpose of cutting off in time of siege cons munication between the interior of the town and the outside through the Sewer This thought which I communicated once to my companions brought us al most to despair slut when I rasped the railing with both hands as u prisoner may some tones shake the iron rods of his dungeon window 1 noticed that it could be moved u little and i further examination proved that it did not reach quite down to the bottom hit left a free space of about two feet Probably the railing was so arranged tint it could be pulled up or let down so that the sewer might be opened for purposes of cleansing anti theiushut again HE CHANCED HIS TACTICS reader Could Not See by Flickering Light So Persuades Paper to Adopt Larger Type When one method fails ad wised Congressman Dalzell in an address to a large assemblage of students dont be discouraged Try another If u bridge is too frail turn your team into the stream and float across Au acquaintance of mine will travels home each evening on a suburban trait hud endeavored for years to persuade the railroad company to install a better sys tent of lighting its cars lie as sated that his eyes were being ruined trying to read the evening paper This regular complaint was listened to patiently by the con ductor the higher officials niauV promises but the dim lights con tinued to flicker Finally the dis gusted passenger teased to grum lIe and made no further efforts to rend One evening the conductor WIll startled to see a eomplaceutsmile on my friends face us he sat in the car eagerly rending his paper The oJUciul glanced at the lamps but nothing had been done to add to their brilliancy He became very curious and elicited the following explanation When I found that I could not influence tills great corporation I tackled a lesser one And 1 succeeded in persuading the ntws paper publisher to use a larger faced tjpe Corn for France The average annual importa tions of foreign corn into France STRONG Again le what Mrs Lucy Stovall of Tilton Ga said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Curt Hundreds i of otherweak women art being restored to perfect II health by this rem lady YOU may be well If you will take K- fndlgestlonh causes nearly all the sickness that women bare It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become disesed Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchlngheartburn andall stomach disordersDigests What You Eato- uuenlalustt rnsuet55MbUse M aaa u tk rt ryIaODwnt trtU rUtat des aCOale i OII- i111iii Z WAYNI UKlkFIN THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Thousands of Acres For Sale reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS ANB MEMPHIS rectnIntchairfirst and third Tuesday or each pamphletsloldrn I OMNSENO I T 0 YATTHENS wtrurasdrktefrtrdisrPauspe11t1 oil to1llSo uonnutli for the past three years were ii 000000 bushels of which the Ar 1ntlnu Republic furnished an au In Moderation Exorcise which is well within the powers of the body ia salutary for all and probably necessary for some but exercise by which thesi powers are overstrained is too often not only the pereiirsor but ijiiite unmistakably the cause of serious illness or of bodily or mental failure Why inquired Saladin should tit weak display his inferiority In the presence of the strong Tlie question is as pertinent in our day as it was in that in which it was uttered London Hospital Womens Sports Clubs A new club wholly devoted to wont IIt sports hilts just been In augurated in London and it is said that there has been quite a rush for membership Every descrip tion of sport is provided for The clubhouse very centrally located will contain rooms for fencing and billiards and the organization will own roaches and a houseboat Members who are fond of hunt lug fishing and skating are also provided for- Honor to Li Hung Chang Several Chinese cities have erected temples in honor of Li Hung His tomb also has the form of a temple Two of its inscriptions are All countries in the wqrld mourn him and He changed Heaven and revolution v k I Cumbeland I ITELEPHoNE 1 heres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business baa Increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition T Jr MORGAN Mgr IIDIIlE3 lit lF3Tt Ohio County ClrcultCourtTF Blrkhtad Judge IUu D IllngoAttornej Ostar Mldklff Jailer Ed 0 Herr Clerk Frank L Felix Master Com mllooerYLMoeleyTrustee Jury Fund I H IL Mnrtln Sheriff Hartford Deputy SheriffS A llrotiher I P Crowder E II Mama Grant Uollard JSirConrtconTenetOnt Mnday In March and Miguel and continues thus week and third Monday In May and November two week County Court W n Taylor Judge WB hartlordmonth MondayinCourt of Claims Conrenea first Monday In Janwary Tuesday alter second Monday In October ShreHWleachAeeeorhobhtoyJamesfeweee AllollCoronerSMntlc courts Jnna23September 25September H8eptrmbrO 7Selitegtber ct 29SeptemberHerbert Render Centertown March 30 JOB 29 September December 30 lUDaoSeptember SXartford Folic Court Attorney Tone second Monday In each month 5K llCiou Gorvlcoa Sundayeach WeliuoadrnighbeforePrayermeetingOsrdner pastpr eachmonthatllamandrpmned pastor School Trustees IUrtfordCM Crow J s BlendletonCity CouncllJ H Williams Mayor CM Ureod4tonDr J W Taylor Secrt soctti Fridayuighte i AMuoultrMondl1gbt MaccbBough ItlrerLodgeNollOKnlgbUol Pjtala meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 G A Rhold M ular meeting Saturday beforeflratSaBdayta month fOi Southern Raiway F lr Shortest and Fastest Lines 14ROhi LouisvilleDanville ani Lexington ro Iwm IM WestT- wo Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lye 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 Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danvllte 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Retain ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville and all South eastern points including Asheville N C and the beautiful Land of the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustrated literatureW MORGAN D T- Lexington Ky H C KING G PTAIll East MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A Ill East Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERFORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo Subscribe for TimE REPUBLICAN e j zi f- y i tti nwrwwwwwwwww wwwwwwwww + 3t1www Mr A+ u a A GREATI SALE t Of Clothing Furnishings Shoes Hats Dry 1 Goods Mattings Etc I Sale BegiAs Saturday J ENDING AUGUST 2 lour Entire SpringGoodsIii IWe do not wish to carry overany Spring Goods this fall so we will offer everything we have in the house at great sacrificing prices We will save you money in this sale Everything is this seasons goods Nothing will be reserved everything goes We have given sales before and made good what we advertised But this sale will be the greatest sale we have ever given We will cut everything nearly in half We will sell Suits that will make elegant winter clothes so now is your chance to supply yourself with a summer and fall suit you will have to pay twice intthe season for these goods We are determined to close out all spring goods and also fall goods that we have on hand We need the room our large fall stock which will soon arrive 6 Store Will be Closed Friday to Mark Down Stock Sale Begins Saturday Morning 830 Oclock 1 10000 Worth of Clothing JHats Shoes and Dry Goods to select from Nothing n served Sale will commence July 21 and will continue 10 days This will be an opportunity yon have seldom if over had to buy uptodate merclmmlise at about Wl on the dollar Twentylive Mens Suits the latest make mill pxl Duality regular price 650 and 750 Slaughtering Sale price 5378 5 Eighteen glens Fine Quality and good fitting Snits JyISuits nil sizes fine make and extra geotl JFortyix price 875 to 1000 A great bargaJM 5548 1111sizes and styles the latest patternsr scat value regular 1000 and 1550 Slaughtering 1 price 629 Thirtyeight high grade Suits made of extra moilbla terial guaranteed to wear good one of the greati i fcar 9 gains ve are oHerinir These 08 Suits are soiling l tow ost Regular price 1050 to 1250 SlaxighUyiii sale price748Fift-yhightluality Suits in all styles riv and fancy mixtures all sizes regular price Sl2f0to- t irOO sale price 879 This Wit gcnd chance for you to save money j1Jt HIlt al1it Dont pat SlJoO tad 1500 when you un tiny Ian 5879 Ten days only 1 Fourteen mens Suits regular price 100 to Ijltf Sat price 268 Several Thousand Dollars Worth of Shoes Will be slaughtered in this sale We will sell every pair of mens omens and childrens Shoes at sacrificing prices regardless of thw high advance in Shoes now This stock of Shoes contains the latest styles in Patent Leathers Yici Kid Box alf and Kangaroo Leathers Inspect these Shoes whether you intend to buyor not HERE IS WHERE THE SLAUGHTER KNIFE CUTS DEEP One hundred and ninetysix pair mens fine Shoes in Patent Vici Box Calf mid Gun Metal Leathers Broad Toes and the very latest style Narrow Toe The famous American Gentleman IJllemade by the Fhtllliltol + Brown Shoe Co regular price here und anywhere else 50 to 5100 Sale price 5294 Sixtyeight pair mens Shoes good for dress and work purposes Regular price 150 to 200 Ten days only nt 5119 One hundred and seventeen pair of mens Shoes nil sizes sold regular at 175 to 200 Slaughter price 5129 Eightyfive pair of mens IIenvy11ork Shoes regular price 125 to 150 On ale for 5100 glens title 50c Dress Shirts in all patterns and sizes Sale 8pllceC glens 50c Work Shirts colored Stiijod Black Sateen Tan and all kinds To go at 37ic Ono big hit of mens 25c and o5c Work Shirts to sell at V t 19c One pig lot of mens JIInd U5c Underwear 19c 1 37icAll 19cI7c5epairOne33CMensOno big lot mens Hats all colors and styles regular QQCOne 100Iper prrce 7C per yard 6cOnoOne lot of ladies Pest5000 yards 7c Hoosier Cotton at 5c1500 doxen Pearl litlttors2c per dozen llt have many other great bargains that we will put printItTell vour friends to come Iu CostIr oralsIled co that you pay tie any other time 10 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY iG To the most hustling boy and girl who will bring us the largest number of registered tickets which we will put in every 25c made inI 1 this sale only Go to your friends and tell them to give you the tickets from their purchase of this sale All tickets must be purchasein on the last day of this sale to be counted and 510 will be given to the boy and nirlS5 apiece who return to us the largest number of tickets on the last day of this sale I Everything Will Be Marked and Priced in Plain Figures There Will Be an ExtraForce of Sales men to Accoitintodate Everyone You Will Be Waited on at once This Chargedi July 21f 830 111 m 1 Iff I cLi i HARTFORD KENTUCKY I w N If