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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5c t ttfoxb Uqiiblkamn 11Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN Till REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year IIVOL XIX HARTFORD OHIOCOUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 27 1906 No2 WORK All along the Railroad Line tUnder Way G A Shelton Gets Contract for Construction Through Hartford Word from our new railroad line indicates that the various subcdn tractors are getting busy mid that every mile of the road will soon be in course of construction This week the contract for the work from Fogle cut through town to n distance of one and onehalf miles was given to G A Shelton- f Providence Ky Mr Shelton is well known here having nd the 1 contract for the big drain ditch North of town last year Mr Mooreman of lleandeane Hrvckinridgti county has been Awarded the contract for one mile West from the Fogle cut in the bot tons Mr 1 M Howard also of Uleandeane will construct the next mire West from the Moorman divis ion through muddy creek bottoms A large force is at work near Dundee and Mr Crahan is getting out the stone for the Rough River bridge nt Dundee A dispatch from Madisonville has t the following to my regarding the r work on that end of the line Work on the Madisonville Hartford Eastern railroad is now well underway and the work is being pushed rapidly C H Dishman Co who have the contract for twenty miles of the roadoutof Madison villehave just received two carload of road scrapers and they are being taken to the scene of operation u Irapidly as possible A large font o men are at work on the road on this end of the line and the grading fs progressing satisfactorily to thi contractors This line will open up one of the finest mineral sections in Western Kentucky and will give an outlet for coal shippers to the Ohio t river Several coal mines will br opened along the route Eastern capitalists having purchased almost all the coal rights This route wil also reduce thedistanceto Louisville many miles being the shortest anti quickest way to the city A S Of E Notes Narrows Ky July 24 1906 Editor RepublicanHartford Ky Dear Sir You will please publish the following A S of E news items Returning home from the meet ing of the State Union at Owens boro on July 10 the writer started the next day on an organization tour in Grayson and Breckenridge counties and in five days organised f Local Unions 3 ii Grayson and 2 in Breckenridge county Total membership in the 5 Locals G5 Or ganized 3 of these Locals in 24 hours Where is the croaker thatsays the farmer cant be organized Some of these are among the best farm ers in these counties Notable among them is one man who thresh ed 900 bushels of wheat who will hold for equity prices Also anoth er who has 20 acres of tobacco on his farm Such clops as these being brought under the control of the organization surely is worth work ing for Scores of other good men are being enlisted every week and it will not be long until all farmers will see the righteousness of our cause and accept financial salvation on the terms of the A S ofEM F SHARP wAn Egg Story Mr W H Wilcox who lives about two miles east of Echols this county relates a most interesting egg story and one which we doubt if any of our readers ever heard equaledA mornings ago Mrs Wilcox was preparing some hen eggs for breakfast breaking them in a plate + as was her custom When she broke one to her surprise a smaller one fully developed with shell rolled out having been entirely enclosed Both eggs were complete with yolks and usual thickness of shell the small one being about the size of partridge egg Several persons were witnesses to this strange and unheard of freak of nature Mr Wilcox is an intelligent and highly respected farmer and U very much interested in this strange discovery For Sale at a Bargain I have for sale 11 head of horses 25 rigs nil necessaries for a first class livery stable in firstclass shape also 0 town lots 3 with houses on vane centrally located and very desirable property and one farm of 40 acres within 1 mile of Center town Also will sell one fine Jack and onehalf interest in a young Peacock Stallion Will rent a livery stable one or two yejms RespectfullyF AILKN 52UJ Center town Ky LOSES BOTH EYES Alex Young Shot by ntX Car Bill Blind For Life The Owensboro Inquirer gives the following account of a shooting scrape which took place Tuesday Alex Young the man who was shunt Tuesday by William Watson was taken to the hospital yesterday afternoon and placed under treat ment He was first taken to the of fice of Dr D M qriffith where his eyes were exaininpd and attended to At thuhospitinl heV8re ting easy today but it is very certain that he will loose both of his eyes Other tarts of his face were phot but tht only serious damage done was the show which pierced his eyes William Watson alias Box Car dill has not been captured The henlF has his deputies scouring tht country for him but no delimit slew to his whereabouts has beet secured It has been learned hen thut he passed through Curdsvillt Tuesday afternoon To Republicans We are anxious to have every Re publican in close touch and working in harmony with the Repub icm National Congressional Committee in favor of the election of u Repub lican Congress The Congressional campaign must be based on the administrative and legislative record of the party and that being so Theodore Roosevelts personality must be a central figure and his achievements a central thought in the campaign We desire to maintain the work of this campaign with popular subscrip tions of One Dollar each from Republicans To each subscriber we will send the Republican National Campaign Text Book and all docu ments issued by the Committee Help us achieve a great victory JAMES S SHEHMAN Chairman- P 0 Box 20G3 New York The Robinson Show Probably the biggest and best cir cus that over struck Ohio county was the John Robinson Show given at Beaver Dam last Friday To give an idea of the immensity of the fa mous show it is only necessary to state that it takes GO modern railroad cars to handle it For fine horses and well trained wild animals Robinson is unexcell ed if ever equaled The most ex cellent management also adds much to the popularity of the show That the people of this county appreciated the great show was evidenced by the 15000 present at the exhibition Public Sale On August 3 1906 I will offer for sale at my residence near Hickory church all my peronal property consisting of horses mUch cows hogs sheep broom machine wagon surry buggy organ household trod kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale L A SANDEFUR r KENTUCKY PRESS GraysonaSprings Large Attendance and Busy Session IMItorla nrriinni1i nc o1 Grayson Springs July 2606 The twentyseventh annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Associa tion convened here Tuesdaythe first business session being held at 10 oclock on that day Previous to the actual assembling of the pencil Rushers some over zealous correspondei t to the daily press presumably as a joke tent out a dispatch from the quiet little hamlet of Grayson Springs to the elfect that notwithstanding strenu ous efforts of certain members of the Association no liquid refreshments could he prccured even stating that those carefully selected in Louisville and snipped to Grayson Springs would not be delivered by the express agent This has caused a very wrong impression Newspaper men as a class care noth ing for such refreshments and very rarely indulge It is probably true that a wholesale dealer or two ship peda few samples from Cincinnati to be distributed among the mem bersThe dispatch referred to is not a plausible story as every editor is thoroughly familiar with the recently enacted law that prohibits the de livery of such goods in local option districts and they are a set of folks who have at all times been given credit for sufficient foresight to pre vent such a state of affairs depicted in the bogus dispatch The meeting was opened with the delivery by President Gulden of the annual address The roll call show ed about 100 newspaper folks present but many others have arrived swelling the number to probably 175 Besides this number there are 125 other guests all being accommodated at a 150 capacity hotel This necessarily produces a very compact body as the result of which the writer bunked in the parlor last night with 25 others The banquet given Tuesday eve ing by the management of theGray son Inn was highly enjoyed by the press gang Responses such as only newspaper men cart produce were made to such facinating toasts as A Pretty Fate The Never End ing End Etc An excellent program was render ed this forenoon at which a resolu tion to the erect that the newspa pers of the State will oppose the candidacy or election of men tq the Kentucky Legislature who will not pledge themselves to the enactment of a better system of libel laws This afternoon the Eighth District League entertained the press crowd in a delightful manner This evening the Annual German till be given- Tomorrow closes the program here and Friday morning the crowd will leave for Bowling Green where they will be entertained ata banquet by Dr McCormack Saturday the crowd will go en masse to the Mammoth Cave after which they will disperse for their several homes The election of officers will tako place tomorrow and will probably result in the election of Dave Wal lace of Warsaw as presidentC ES OneReason I farmellIputting a new roof upon his barn What did the lumber for that roof cost asked the farmer who hap pened to be a Democrat About 180 replied the neighbor i Thats robbery said the Demo I crat Why sir under the Cleveland Administration with the low Tariff in effect that lumber would not have cost more than 100 That may be true replied the otherbut I want to call your attention to the fact that under that r Cleveland Administration which you refer to I could not afford any barn at all and even had to live in an old shed covered with straw In this conversation is found one good reason why Missouri has swung into the Republican column and why the country is well satisfied with Repub lican good times Augusta Me Journal Water in Old Jugs- A few days ago one of our old citizens who had been trying to get a jug of whisky for medicinal 1 purposes ever since the rew law went into effect received notice from the local express agents that they had a package for him On examination it proved to be a large slick black jug with the usual wax seal and seemingly well filled The happy owner already feeling bet ter hired a colored boy to carry the package with care to his home He ice sugar mint and otherprescribed necessaries but to his utter disgust when he removed the Bealand pulled the cork he foun a line supply of clear spring water He is now looking for the joke with a big stick If apprehend ed In should be promptly dealt with acco ding to Kuklux law Humorous Answers Applicants for certificates often giye answers to the ques tions given them for which they are by no means wholly to blame These errors are due to lack of opportun ity inferior training and some times U carelessness on the part of the applicant No names would be given under any circumstances but the following answers are furnished the paper with the hope that some one maybe benefited J M D Theme is a series of thots express ing Our ideas under a set of heads diabolically arranged Imagination is picturing some thing in the mind which one had not seen nor dont know but believes it be right Sensation is a feeling which one cannot account for and produces a kind of excitement in the inner mat terConsciousness means when any ones concience is aroused They feel like they had done something wrong and their conscience hurts themSome leading Educational Jour nals are the Northern Instructor and the New York Tribune Inductive reasoning is reasoning in such away as to make anything as low and as small as possible Deductive reasoning is just the oppo siteA blind spot vary often forms up on the eye It is most generally hereditaryThe is a disease of the alamentnry canal Percept is the thinking power and it is more acute in infancy Sebaceous glands are those that secrete synovial fluid The vermifoem appendix is the front of the abdomen The pericardum covers the brain if it was not for this the brain would rub against the skull Blind spots are caused by improper circulation of the blood To be corrected The dog lay down and died Ans The dog laved down and dyed Eloped to JcffersonviUe- TheLouisvillc Times has the fol lowing account of the elopement of wellknown Ohio county people Dr Harry Smith of Prentiss Ohio county Ky and Miss Ida Friz zelle of the same county eloped to Jeffersonsonville during the heavy rain yesterday morning and were married by Magistrate B T Thix ton The groom was born in MLean county Ky October 12 1878 and is a son of C W Smith a farmer who now lives in Ohio county He was I divorced from a former wife one and onehalf years ago according to the application The bride is a daughter of Abe Frizzelle a farmer I and was born in Ohio county on March 18 1885 y INDORSED BY TEACHERS Was the Holding of the Ohio County Institute at Harttord The following resolution indors ing the action of Supt DeWeese in calling the Institute to meet at Hartford was introduced by Ozna Shultz and adopted by the vote of all the teachers except M M Faughender of Beaver Dam and Lena Miller of Magan who voted against its adoption Resolved That we indorse the action of our Superintendent In holding the Institute in Ohio instead of1IDadjoining county knowing that he did it from honest conviction and for the best interests of all con cernedThe II teachers evidently realized the additional expense they would have been to had they been com pelled to attend the Institute at Owensboro and approved in unmis takable terms the Superintendents actionThe county seat is the place provided by law for the holding of In stitutes and a proposition to hold it any where else should not be con sidered by the Superintendent and should be condemned by the teach ers Call tor Wheat Growers Meeting In Hartford on August 4 1906 at 1 oclock p m The object of this call is in view of the fact other wheat rowing sections and especially those sections adjoining Ohio county are unorganized on the wheat prop osition and are turning their wheat loose at a nominal price and know ing that Ohio county growers have a crop this season combining both quality and quantity and that our millers are willing to meet us on an equitable basis and thereby keep the money in home channels mid are willing to this end to pay the price of other markets with freight etc added Therefore we make the above call in justice to ourselves and all concerned Hence we urge a full attendance of all wheat grow ers of the county on the above date JOHN P FOSTER Chmn Finance Com No Creek Ky DUDLEY FORD Committee on Resolutions THOMAS TANNER ED BENNETT Wheat Growers Approved by- DAVID MORELAND Pres r SMALLHOUS Misses Janie and Cora Osborne of Glendean are the guests of Mrs Tom Godsey and family 4 Mr Sapp a messenger to the Baptist Association at West Point church from Pleasant Grove church at Shreve was the guest of his cous in Mr Caz Mason Tuesday night Quite a large crowd of our people attended the Association at West Point church All were well pleased with the Association and the kind treatment received from the good people of that vicinity SmaUhous has a large saw mill and it will soon begin wcrk for the R R bridgeMiss Laura Bilbro and father Rev John Bilbro of White Plaines were the guests of Mrs Cordelia Adding ton and family Thursday night Miss Maud Shultz of Narrows who has been the guest of Miss Alice Fulkerson tho past weak re turned home Wednesday Misses Oma Maddox and Eulah Addington attended the Institute at Hartford Monday They were the guests of Miw Nell Robertson Sunday night and Mrs Jas Bennett Monday night Miss Lelia Hunter spent last week the guest of her uncle Mr James Bennettund family of Mantanzus Mr and Mrs Joe Schultz and Mr and Mrs Oosley of Narrows were the guests of Mrs Bob Fulkerson last Tuesday night Mrs Sallie Drake and Mr Chester Ross were the guests of Mrs Too Bennett and family last Monday xaYu I nightMiss Debbie Taylor is the guest of her cousin Miss Nora Bennett Ma tanzasMrs Harriett Fulkerson spent Wednesday night and Thursday with her sister Mrs Ellen Tichenor who is dangerously ill at her home near Matnnzas Quite a hard rain fell here Friday j night making the ground to wet for i plowing MALIAN July 23Mrs J P Midkiff is quite ill- Mrs Dick Allen Moorehouse Mo is visiting her daughter Mrs R A MidkiffMisses Eva Martin Lula Midkiff Lena Miller and Verta Wright Mr J Hayden Roach and Drs 0 W and T J Edge of this place were among the many teachers who at tended the Institute at Hartford last week Quite a crowd of young folks spent the day at D P Moseleys last SundayMiss Edna Hudson Hartford visited Verta and Emma WrigliFlast Sunday Several from here attended St Saturday Many of our farmers have been damaged very badly by the recent rains CJASlJloRAB- rItheiha Kind You Harc Always Bought 11r4ctPopularity Contest Our Candidates for the Mammoth Cave trip sent in a large number of votes this week in several of the dis tricts As tie time draws near to close the contest interest is growing in several races The standing of the various candi dates is as follows DISTRICT NO 1 Darrell Sullenger Hartford 240 Robert Davis Hartford = 723 Ernest M Coleman Beaver Dam 90 Godfrey Bean Hartford 70 DISTRICT No2 Johnie Wallace Rosine 240 DISTRICT No3 Roy Crawford Olaton JO Bernice Neighbors Dundee 32 Palmer Loyd Narrows ivrtjSfR Herbert Midkiff Magan r Elijah Daniel 79 Albert Baughn i4 DISTRICT No4 Roy Keown Fordsville 105 Pete Tilford Fordsville 5 + Arthur Burdett Herbert 4 DISTRICT No5 Talmage Davis Beda 102 Jesse C Smith Taffy 911 Sherman ChamberlainNocreek 1053 DISTRICT NO 6 John Morton Ceralvo 10 Vig Morton Smallhous 60 Ben Kimmell Ceralvo 2 Frank KuykendallCentertown 4 Rowe Condit Matanzas 96 John Smith Ceralvo 30 DISTRICT No7 Carroll Smith McHenry 183 I Roy Brown McHenry 80 23IRaymond Francis Render 6 I Rules governing the contest have ben reduced to brief concise form They are as follows i RULES OF CONTEST IN BRIEF The rules governing the contest are very simple Every coupon cut from the paper properly filled out and sent to the office before date of expiration counts one vote Every dollar paid on subscription whether renewal on arrears or new subscriber counts ton votes You do not have to vote for tho contestant in the district in which you live YoUcan vote for any one you please Fill in all coupons correctly before sending them in If you want to send a years sub scription fill in on the coupon 11 as the subscription cpunts for ten voter and the coupon one Be sure and get the coupons in before they expire No expired coupons will be counted continuedon seventh page Earths Coal Supply- A German periodical Stahl and Eisen has published some optimistic figures about the supply of coal in the earth Germanys deposits of coal are put down at 28000000000 tons which with the present con sumption will suffice for a couple of thousand years The other Europ ean powers in the opinion of this authoritity are in a much less favor able position Thus the coal depos its of Great Britain and Ireland amount to only about half of those of Germany or about 19000000000 tons and as the annual consump tion is twice as big as that of Ger many England may have exhausted her suppilies in some 350 years The aggregate for Europe is about 700 000000000 tons of coal The coal deposits of North America are estimated to contain nearly as much as those of Europe or 68100000000 tons but even this gigantic figure is completely dwarfed by Asias wealth of coal as to which it is at present impossible to make an ap proximate estimate China more especially seems to possess inex haustible supplies anda German scientist has put the coal deposits of the province of Shan Shi alone at 1 200000000000 tons Liquid Oxygen and Nitrogen A correspondent at Paris France describes the manufacture for in dustrial purposes of enormous quan tities of oxygen and nitrogen ex tracted in a liquid state from atmos pheric air As the liquid oxygen flowed out from the generator it was of a bluish hue while the nitrogen was colorless Experiments were made A forge set up in the grounds showed the wonderful ef fects of the gas The fire which had almost died out was immedi ately rendered incandescent by a current of hydroxide from the blow pipe A bar of iron was brought to a red heat and then melted like lead wo pieces of iron were welded m aT few minutes by the aid of a power ful flame from the blowpipes Much costly and tedious riveting will be no longer necessary iron will be weld ed against iron copper against cop per etc The doctors already fore see the possible treatment with liquid air Liquidair has been tried in mines as an explosive agent and for this purpose marl is wet with petroleum aid then saturated with liquid air The paste thus formed constitutes a good explosive when fired with ful minate and has the advantage when it hangs fire to be without danger as the liquid air evaporates very rapidly Out for Practice- A gallant motorist had rescued beautyin distress from dogcart in a ditch where a scared horse had landed it says Motor Illustrated when the lady lisped sweetly Thank you so much Would you mind doing it again We do so want our horse to get used to the horrid things Truth and Poetry An English tourist engaged the jarvey who recommended his horse bekase its a jewel ov a poitical baste Dublin was reached at last after a long journey Why ask ed the delayed tourist as he paid his fare why did you call your horse pO- etical Shure your honor its thrue said Pat with his best blar ney for his good qualities are imaginary not real What You Will be Glad of When years have slipped by and memory runs back over the path you have come you will beglad you stopped to speak to every friend you met and left them all with a warmer feeling in their hearts because you did so- You will be glad too that you kept back the angry wordwhich formed itself on your lips Much of the sorrov of life come from giving way to the spirit of evil and not listening to the angelof good when the two strive in the heartAnd then you will be glad that you wore happy wien doing the small everyday things of life You will he glad that there have ben some rainy days in your life Ciiiuls and storms are not the worst things in life If there were ro storms thi fountains would dry up the slay would he filled with poisonous vapors fold life would cease You will be glad that mother taught you the Childs Irnyer and also that noblint of all prayers 4 DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news aosrs Is sure to know of the wonderful cures by Dr Kilmers the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It Is the great medi nineI nent kidney blad der roeclallst and Is successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst Corm of kidney trouble Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot Is net rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It his been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers cf this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writingmention reading this generousn offer In this paper and send your address to Dr SCoBing hamton N Y The made SwampRoot and wonderfully regular fifty cent and momeetSwamphoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmer SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle Our Father who art in heaven You will be glad that you stopped long enough every day to read carefully and with a prayer in your heart some part of Gods message to thos he loves Childrens Com panion in Loving Remembrance of Our Dear Papa Dr lT Cox Papa dear one month ago We shed tears of deepest sorrow Oer thy cold and and lifeless form Of one we loved so dearly His eyes were closed in peaceful sleep His hands were lolde1 on his breast We bowed and kissed cold pare lips Our darling papas soul was Lt rest Our loving papa sweetly sleeps Where roses bloom and dowel wave But thy sweet memory will be ther ished Till we meet you beyond the blue Four weeks hassadly come and gone I Since that pure loving soul of I you in Has winged its heavenly flight to I God To never return but dwell forever There A precious one from us has gone A place is vacant in our home prizedIeyes Oh our homes are sad and lonely j How we will miss your sweet voice No dear papa in our sickness None can fill yoU place Ia pappa we cant tell the grief That has been ours to know Since God has called you away One long weary month today When at the cold and silent grave We bade your precious form It was so hard to speak farewell the words We must forever part The happiness of our homes is gone Our pleasures are but few Ve will wait with patience for the time When we can come to you JURY Time for Rejoicing The editor of the Bacon Ridge Beacon came out on Main stroet and tossed his hat 20 feet in the air Praise to Providence he whooped dancing around like an Indian Are you crazy demanded the only policeman in town What do you mean by cheering wjien the cyclone has carried away your office That is just it friend I have been complaining twenty years be causa the circulation of my sheet was so limited and now theres a chance of it being circulated in four states mad t w e n t y counties Wouldnt hi surprised ifone copy dont blow clean to Ktir Columbus 1ispatcli Another ongFclt Want- A hill to allow woman to it oi local bodies him leo i dratted and nut a moment t to soon Many Iwul bellies badly wa it sitting on 44The UptoDate I TONSORIAL SHOP 5 Nrf 44 The Old Reliable Stand Two y 41 Doors Above the g Ve 44blt3 tt 4Z On Center Street t 41 = == John W TaylorProprietor b- 4S 0I Knsy Shiivei lusluoiwlili Hair Cuts ittil Slmni poiiiiijjj latlis at nil hours both tub and Slmw yj lint unlcold watert44et f i- Sc M C C C C Ccc YMtr rr M S Y Yrr C Iridescent Coal The iridescent colors on Peacock coal are due to the presence of a film of iron abide says the Engineering and Mining Journal In working outward from the center of a coal I basin transitions in the nature o f the coal will be observed as the worn I progresses toward the outnop At the center the coal will be black and i lustrous and no colors are seen A s I the outcrop is approached the pen cockcolors begin to appear owing j to the light oxidation which the iron sulphide in the coal has undergone I Still closer to the outcrop the itlllt coating assumes the wellknown ye lov and brown colors The degree to which the iron sulphide is oxidize is an indication also as to the gener I al character of the coal the volatile having been dissipated as the oxida tion proceeded The appearance nf peacock colors is therefore an indication t of inferior quality while as i + well known the outcrop coal is practically I worthless HeartICoclin that hospital Parris has successfully per formed the operation of stitchi ig the heart of a young woman who had I stabbed herself in the chest The patient was able to leave the horit I al in good health twelve days after I the operation I Ingenious Cowardice j HeWont you advise me Im falling in love with a lady and Im I afraid I snail be miserable because Ill never have the courage to pro I pose I She Is it that young widow you saw with me today crlatureIISocial Sobriquets The social use of nicknames appears to be coming in again says the Ladys Pictorial A woman who is perhaps known among her friends I as the Macaw or the Flamingo appears to consider herself flattered One Way Out Bridget youve broken as much china this month as your wagesj amount to Now how can we prevent I this occurring again I I dont known mum unless you raise my wages I Thought He Belonged Insde Rev W H Morrison of Brooklyn Mass formerly of Manchester NIL I yhere he enjoyed a long anti successful pastorate is a bit of a humorist arid enjoys a joke wluJth er on himself or another says the Boston Herald His mnnnur and sympathetic characteristics mule him in much request Ut funerals and it is related that on one occa sion it so happened that the hacks allotted to the mourners wore all filled so the minister rode to th cemetery on a hehrsf with the driver On returning from the grave he was driven to his home on the same tiiucnvcntional conveyance Isis wife pier him nt tK door ald- 1111Iht indignant lit the app I1 Ir YWWTZZJ SURE CURE- For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER envy unusual proceedings told n t noticing that it was a hearse the clergyman was riding on exclaimed William whnt did you ride ni there for Why didnt you get ill ie where you belong Nasal CATARRH themIbKlyi Cream Halm anrfMtbe and heals the lUcaeil mctirane It cnrr catarrh and irvci awajr a cult lu the brad y11icky Cream Bid ut Ii plitotl Into ttt nottrlli IJlru1o- onr the mctnbran and It absorbed Ieitli Im rnntlate and a care foovi It Ii not lrjin + lrnot jirojuce nmln Large SUe io cent at Dru cl Of bjr mail Trill sa10 ccnti t yrr CLV UUOTUCKS M Wirrtn Strut New Vurt 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 iNote These Bargains Siileiiilid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street iTartford 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 Og espy farm consisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard hest of water good small barn a a4 a bargain i 03 acres near White Run adjacent to the I C H R half Gatroy Creek bottoms all cleared gwxl orchard two good wells price reasonable a biirgain for some one further infor null ion furnished ttn apTflFcalion 100 acres 1 mile from the Courthouse on Hartford and Heaver Dam pike fa high state of cultivation 40 acres inn meadow got d dwelling born and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nuhcd on application A twenty acre tract two miles Noitlh from Hartford on the Owens burn trod Hartford road within 1 mile of Scholl house excellent neighborhood good barn and out buildings moderate dwelling audI fine well of water A bargain nt- roo List your property with us We will find a buye- rBARPTT x SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky AversPills Want your moustache or beard abeautiful brown or rIchblack Use m mrms msr rs Thousands of Acres i For Sale j at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands I along the lino of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS MB MEMPHIS Pullman iteming end tree recJnli Excullonaflntmonth Descriptive literature map pamphla foldm lIe en application R C TONNSINORRTGUlTTHnvS w1 rtudttl nnbsrParoxl tgal- SIACIt JNIIIfIUtr I GoWitts Witcha1ve for Piles Qurnsr Sores DROPS t RgoF tAP CURESRHEUMATISM LUHBaGO SCIATICA NEURAL6IA and KIDNEY TROUBLE IDIOK taken Internallr rid the blood of the polaoDoui matter and Midi w bleb are the direct causes of these dlettApplied eziernallr U ironS almost ln itaoirelief tram pain while a permanent cure Is being effected b the blood dlaaolTlnc the poisonous sub llaoce sod remotln ft from lbe iriiera DR S D BLAND Of Dnwlon Os 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ptnetlrld prkNro Imtlltlic rahafOlilnniilniljulciliiir inure ant lu tli wart ut Ir Uonlnrr lSb11 ORIrnrr Iltfl Nrttlnlihl Itnufc W II IIUINKM s A txnlttsHY BARN S ANDERSON Attorneys anJ Counselors at Law v- HtllTfOKI KT 1h und rlanri nundnr that 111 IlfI fiirin lii iirlnrrM for Id prartr La In iillrniirl HlHlmhil IMTnl aithntnnuthride nf flea Slrwt appndtr Ciint t II MM Hart Wed Kr Allnitliiu Till unit Ill lantlnn nf felhllrFit ihtII11Ituti lir Rltrn 4j r nlnttrnlluii Nntiirt In im W II II t11s- n11Gilt HN KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR100 Surest and Quickeit Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK PATENTS OIFINDFDlWndnlWPldFit K I KV how to ubuln Mtrntj rode war COUNTRIESr line nMry anJcfttn tktfatent EiclulNelyWrltBU matt Stint cpp VtlU4 IUW slat OIDa WASHINGTON D C CASNOW ROUG i RIVER TElEPHONE COMPANY i IM mil niiiirii The Roiwh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices fur toll service which is being constantly ex minutesII miles 15 cut 45 miles 20 cts Se- J W OBANNON Mgr 11 Beaver Darn Ky s + o Jo + ++ + 11 c + + + + 1 + J BANK OF HARTFORD I KI IOI OKAIMC I IMMC + t f Capital Stock 4OGOOOO iSurplus 12 000004- OOOOOOStockholders Aclclil Liability tf + Securety to Depositors 9200000 + MJFORD President JOHN T MOCttE Cashier i f 111 TAYLOR V Prest II HQLimOOK Asst Cashier tC 11P1AYIoRJNOIlIDIouIE Dioloiy + oJ 4 + t tt4+ + rF +++ +++4 + ++ r4+fd t+t+ r4+ r + r rv+++ +++++++++ 4 I TO MAMMOTH CAVBCo- ntlnuoil from First liji o n aveu a aevaveva axa a NOT GOOD AFTEH AUGUST 6 I FreeTrip to Mammoth Cave Ballot i iThIs Ballot will count one 11 vote for Mr iDislrict No iV When properly filled out and returned to Till IlKIluIICAN of Z 2 lice hy mail or otherwise on or before expiration date shown above S tl JC2CeCbl CiVCSti8C1C C Ca7e8CAa1Zllbr86 1 CZCaCe THE IDISTJRIOTSThe seven Districts arc made up of territory as follows DlSTiUiT No 1Elst and Wet Ilartfordsit and Wet Heaver Dam and Prentia voting precincts DISTIUCT No 2 Cromwell Select Arnold Ilosine and Horse Branch voting precinct DISTRICT No 3Sulphur Springs Narrows Olaton and Magan vote ing IrecincLQIDlSTKICT No 4 Ralph and Herbert voting precincts DISTIUCT No 5Bella Heflin Uufonl and Uartletts voting precincts DISTRICT Nol5 Centertown Ceralvo Smallhous and Point Pleasant voting precincts r DISTRICT No 7North and South Uockport McHenry Render and Cool Springs voting precincts FIRST NATIONAL BANK 01 Hartford Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come i- nDIRECTORS OAHE LIKENS ALVIN RowE BURGH FELIX JIM POLK STEVENS WAYNE GRIFFIN BLACK BIRKHEAD i IfiPROPRIETO S ui1t AND PR ELI GHT LINE t Meets all trains Also j- jI General Liverymen 4Best f of attention given to stock New stable Main t 4 street Hartford Ky t ILouisvilleisBoomingIra lu 01 only 6maest It leadllhe In tin ro anufacturinff ol Jeans farm sewer pipe wooden Boxes and In WORLDIand handling whisky sole I ealhcr tobacco ax htndlistnd plumbort Loulstllla Isth horns ol thelirgcst organ factory I n tha worllllhe largest soap factory In the SortIe sad one of thelarrest plow factories I t n the world and has a electric Inter BEAUTIr200000000 It has the grandest IsIn the United State and many m rnYnceat eWtORLDSL clourchos an Iho homo ADINQ COM MEBCIAL SCHOOL Enroll do THOROUGH work and allhlsschoolIIn want of a rood position In oily like Louisville time t Investigate Catalogue free I BNTINTSTIUTTONBUSINESSCULLEbk LOUISVILLE KY lat e Subscribe for The Republican I CHANGED HIS POSITION ITo Obtain an Office in Kansas ItepubI Who has not said and that reminds me The story as it comes through the columns of the exchanges anent the good luck and the bad luck and all kinds of luck of Little Dick Don who now lives iin Wichita Kansas reminds some of u of the story of his flop in politics and the consequences thereof Of course this is a story and it may itII rate of 1 per year for this sheet The story runs something like this The trying ordeal of a double am iputntion was over Litte Dick would live so said the learned medics Slowly life came back p l the blood ones more coursing freely through his veinsI The Missouri Pacific Railway doc tots advised that he sit on the front poarcli and get some of the fresh Wichita a r Dick looked down theniI tie Dorrs with mouths to feed and I backs to clothe A shiver went up- I his spine anti he thought fast His neighbor who was a power ful factor in Kansas politics sat on his front poarch too Nothing separated them but a fence In the dawning light of a happy thought Little Dick called his neighbor over and pointing to his children said Neighbor I know what I am going to do for a living I am go ing to run for the office of city clerk ofWichitaHis was delighted and said he could win easiland that he should have his support and much more in the same strain Finally his neighbor casually mentioned the fact of Dicks long time Republican proclivities and his unrewarded Republican patrotism and that the sail heartIlife and had never voted anything else He said as much to his friend whereupon the stuff was all off His friend announced that he could not be elected dog pelter on the ofI1lichitalooked at the backs to be clothedand j mouths tobe fed Something had to be done Therefore Dick announced very decidedly that he could run on the Republican ticket In fact since he had been in the West since he came to think of it and had breathed pure Republican ozone from the Kansas prairies he I had a very decided leaning in that I direction To make a long story short it was decided that very night Dicks name went on the Republican ticket He made a remarkable race Nothing could head him on the home stretch and he won hands down Nearly everybody voted for him and the railroad people twice From comparative obscurity and the brink of the gave he was hoisted to one of most conspicuous positiohs in the city He was the most talked of man in Wichita His lying ene mies told on him that he had been a Democrat all his life way back yon der in Kentucky Dick did not say anything but just lauged Nobody believed them Dick was elected andmakes a fine oflicer He hobbles around pretty well but will always have to walk with a cane Think of Dick Dorr as a wildhaired rampant Kansas Republican If Dicks grandfather could have lived to have seek the day Ctittenden Record J A prompt relief for croup One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm allays the inflammation the cough syrup with a reputation Sold by Z Wayne Griflln Bro Alcohol for Farmers The value of free alcohol to the public can be better appreciated when the many uses of this product are known to the farmers of the country Uncle Sam being desirous of giving the public the full benefit of the opportunities instere pro poses to give an exhibit at the Jamestown Exposition showing the development and uses of denaturized alcohol which is made from the pro ducts of the farm and garden This exhibit will be in charge of competent government officials of the Ex periment Station of the Department ofAgricultureIn with this govern e i meiit exhibit will be exhibits of va j rious kinds of internal combustion inttines using denaturized alcohol i for fuel Farmers will learn at the Jaimstown Exposition how to save labor in a thousand different ways They will be shown how they can utilize machinery for sawing wood chopping stock feed pumping water I I theifarmersfor doing her churning washing i operating her sewing machine and in many other ways to save labor i Special machinery is already being mode for utilizing this new and j cheap fuel Uncle Sam will also show the pub j lie how to use denaturized acohol as a fuel for heating and cooking pur poses at home and for lighting the houses and country raods The Jamestown Exposition where Uncle Sams new show will be give gatesIof Hllmlton Roads near NQrfIHI I Virginia April 26 1007 November 30 1907 It will be a international exposition given i honor of the three hundredthanni versary of the first permanent Enjiisli settlement in America Hows That j DollnrIcannot be cured by Halls Catarrh cure F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financiail able to carry out any obli ligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Testimonals sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Take HallsFamily Pills for con stipation Wages and the Tariff- In a speech in Congress the other day Hon John Sharp Williams reviewed the coming of immigrants to this country the swelling stream ever since colonial days He said they came to better their condition Chat there was a falling off in panic years but that the rule was a steady inflow He gave as one reason the high wages paid in this country and saidThere never was a period from the time the pilgrims landed on Ply mouth Rock up to the adoption of the Constitution of the United States when wages for the blacksmith the carpenter for skilled artisan and the unskilled labor in the field were not about double what they were i Great Britain No Tariff high Tar iffatl sorts of Tariffit made n difference what the Tariff on out statue books was they came That is very reckless talk for leader in Congress Can Mr Wil hams explain why there was always a falling off in immigration when FreeTrade was the rule in our countryWithout elaborating or going back beyond the memories of mid dleaged men it is enough to that in 1893 1894 and 1895 skille- laborers wages fell 40 per cent common laborers wages fell 30 percent and thousands and tens of thousands nod hundreds of thousands of laborers skilled and unskilled were unable to find employment on any terms This may not have ape plied to Mississippi but it didapply to the entire Northeast North and WestIt just as plain that if the Tar iff were struck down today a million of skilled laborers would be without work in a month and in two months immigration would bo cut down GO per centSalt Lake city Tele gram Does evil still your whole life fill Does woe betide Your thoughts abide on suicide You need a pill I Now for prose and facts De Witts Little Early Risers are the most pleasant and reliable pills known today They never gripe Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Panic Did Not Wait I The panic that followed the election of Cleveland did not wait until I the antiTariff people had done i something The fact that Republi can dissension had made Democratic victory possible was sufficient As soon as it was known that the Dem ocrats had won every man whose business could be affected bv Tariff changes either for better or worse STRONG AgainIs StovallofTiltonGau said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds f of other weak women are being restored to perfectII health by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will take It Indigestion causes nearly all the sick ness that women here It deprives the system of nourish meat and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased KodolSDyspepsia Cure organhwholenome food that maybe eaten It nourishes organstcures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchln heartbum and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eaf Dollsr kswis kilM IH rrprel u sa nNryHaaDwltllrll lbyZ WAYNK OKIFFIN THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Now is the Time Now when this weather just makes one dream of the cool and delightful retreats of the Adiron dacksOf the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence The thousand lakes and streams of Michigan Canada and the north west Where one can roam with fishing rodalong shady forest streams and swing the line out over the deep pools Or paddle through quiet waters with only the music of the forest of the ripple of the water to break the deep quiet of the solitude Now is the time to consult your nearest Big Four Agent as to routes rates and information regarding your vacation trip Four cents in stamps will bring PlaygroudnH J RHEIN GL P A oCincinnati 0 The Four road with the service Agtabegan to shorten sail Manufactur ers ceased to cut down their forces to scant necessity They could not afford to be caught with large shocks on hand if the Tariff were to re buyingdShipments ceased and railroad man agers cut out trains and discharged train crews Bankers hesitated to lend on warehouse receipts for fear the collateral might shrink in value Notes based on merchandise were called in and enterprise was checked j Millions of men and women were thrown out of employment and the whole nation suffered during the four lean years Jersey City Jour nal She Was Interested Sir Henry Roscoe entertaining and informative autobiography con tains an amusing story of Sir Robert Ball This famoui astronomer after delivering a lecture on Sun Spots and Solar Chemistry met a young lady who exy ressed her regret that she had missed hearing the lecture Well you see replied Sir Robert I dont know that it would have interested you particu larly as it was all about sun spots Why she replied itwould have interested me extremely for I have been a martyr to freckles all my life In Revolutions Footstep Czar Whats the meaning oZ this Ivan Your actually reading a French book IvanWhy yes little farther Its only a Paris almanac for 17DU r r 1 CunlbelandI I TELEPHONEI I 1 heres nothing the matter with i my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business has Increased and my wifes voice Is nev- er heard to crumble About the Tele phone Yours for trod service and gentlemanly competition I T J JVIOR6KN Mgr WlE1 I rr1crr- Chao County ClnntitCuertTFIllrkhnd Judge lien D lilpKiiAttorney Oncnr Mlilklrr Jailer Ed 0 llnrrnx Clerk Frank L 1Yllx Mater Com mlxlnnrr Y L Moselejr Trustra Jury Fund It II Mnrtln HIierlR Hnrtfonl Deputy SheriffS A llrnUhrr I I Crowder K II Mncnn Grant Iullnril 7Tourlruavenesnriit MOD day In March and Angast and continues three wwknnnil third Monday In May and Narroihtr two weeks County Cunrt1V IiTnjIor Judge W s- aInt yClerEMW0mtwnnl Attorney Hart lod WCourt convene Ortt Monday In each lUOlitti Quarterly CourtIieKJnt on the third jiondaj In Jnnunry April July nndOctobrr Court of ClnlmsConveneH Suet Monday In Jan OctoberOtherS IIellch As essorl ob llojr James UeWeMr AlleneeronerJlnto iaallsaa Gaulle X OnrrnM JltaVDr lnm =ilnnh y JUlio 8J September 24 December ii 111 Miller Home Branch Morch 28 Junes September ii December ill plemherO f W It Edge ordovlllUarch8 Jan 2 September 27 Deiem her 28 ISSplembcrHerbert Mender Centortown March SO Jane 2e September ill December 30 Jobn It Mlles llorkport March 31 Jane 30 September 30 December 31 ZXsLxtford Z cllc Court i Cltitorllov At eon Tones second Monday In eathuiontb Sl li loiaai Ourvicmu M E Church SouthService third Sunday each month at II a m and 7 p mand cocoa WedDladauenlng nighbeforeand fourth Sunday and Sunday night Praysr meeting every Thursday evening Bv A B Oxrdner pastor- C P Church Servl es first Sunday la each month at 11 am and 7 pm Rev J D llained pastor School Trustees Hartford C U Crowe J s nlendletoDCltr CoullcllJ II William Mayor CM Crowe Clerk It K L Mlmuierman Dr E B Pendjton A II White Wm Farr Wm Dean DrJ WTeylorS t Boclmlimm A 0 U W meets tlrst end third Friday nights In earn month Hartford Lodge No 675 F4 A Masons Ors Monday night In each mont- hlitrttordTentNotr9Kntghtoofthe Mecca beeeevery Thursday night Hough Itlvr LodgeNo lie Knlghtcof Pytbli meets every Tuesday nightnPrn ton Morton Post xo4 0 A Rhold refitnlar me tings He ymontht JOr VJ Ji h Southern Raiwy i Shortest and Fastest Linest IriZOt LouisvillcDanville and Lexington i 0 Ole 41 Louis anti the WestT- wo Fast Trains Daily running through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with connec ting cars from Lexington as follows Lve Lexington 545 a m Lve Danville 530 a m Lve Louisville 900 a m l Arr St Louis 612 p m Vestibuled coaches and Observa tion Cafe Car Lve Lexington 500 p m Lve Danville 445 p m Lve Louisville 1015 p m Arr St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Reclin ing Chair Car Most direct line to Chattanooga SouthI the Sky and Toxaway country Send 2 cent stamp for Land of the Sky Booklet and other illustrated literatureW MORGAN D T- Lexingtoni Ky II C KING G P T A 111 Eat MainLexingtonKy J F LOGAN T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky A R COOK C P T A 31 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H HUNGERKORDDPA 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky- G n ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo t ubscribe for TilE KtiC UCN l rJ p 51rY s i Hartford Republican i 1nbllehingonglenyIli SlllnrC= rJt010Cum cn6zouCh =ier FRIDAY JULY 27 REPUBLICAN TICKET Fill CdMlllKSS jI L HEAVRIN- Of lo tnnnly- ANNOUNCEMENTS Vnrrnnthnrlzrit to tinounraS A AXUFIN SON ut Ret llnrttonl Imlne 11 rOIllhlt- or llfprcwiitutlvrln the Ipncrnl AMinibtv fnl thin tho SiHInlUtrlctKiilijMt to the nouns ot the Hrpnbllran pnrtr Vc lire nuthorlzicl to nnnonnro CIUMXeI tEwI cofShreveIrrelnct 11 rnnilMnte fur Kcpwentntlvp In the irnrinl AwrraMy from thin the Siltlnllntrlitittilijwt to the iictlcm the Itrpablknn jmrty Examine the label on your paper If i It Is not correct notify us WHO said that Taft did not want that Presidential plum WHAT has beeof David R Hill Will he not also run WONDER if Governor Beckham takes all the advice offered him by Dick Knott How CAN an encampment of the State Guard be held without Gen Percy Haley IF Mr Sage left anything to us in his will his executor has so far fail ed to notify us LET the same court and jury whic tried Hargis now be given the Caleb Powers case THE President will hardly be abl to keep off the stump during the i Congressional campaignI WILL Tom Taggart elect to run the Democratic party or the gambling joint at French Lick Springs WE want to support every busi ness enterprise of our town but weI are going to stand for the people first TilE machine at Frankfort beli in rotation in office That is through one set of offices and then back again b COUNT BONIS failure as an orator may be partly due to the fact that he lets his wifes money do all the talking BRYAN and Bailey would not doI It would remind us too much of a certain circus But whats the dif ference BECKHAM can afford the generous about the election officers It is the final count by the committee which COlllltllIWHEN AIWr Richardson gets through with Dr A D James over in the Third he will be an exmem ber of ConglessIWHAT is the use for McCreary toI bother about election officers What he will need is several thousand expert accountantsIPOOR R againin the throes of revolution She has had nothing but trouble ever since she got into that scrap with the JapsIOUR county officials are not suffering any grass to grow under their feet these days They require the jailer to keep it cut closeIWHEN Senator Tillmari goes toI Iowa to speak he should take hifI pitchfork with him The farmers might press him into service motWE are almost afraid to look at aI poor stray cur these days for fear it will follow us home and we will get caught for the Croan dog tax Tim most popular manner ol boosting Bryan indulged in by our Democratic friends at present is to compare him to resident Roose velt OHIO COUNTY farmers should have 100 per bushel for their wheat and we believe they will get it It cannot be grown here at a profit for any less rueSOME malcontent started the absurd story that the Kentucky Editors were dissatisfied with Gray r 1 son Springs because they could get nothing to trial IT is funny to a country fellow to watch the Times and CourierJour nal these days in their desire to stand straight long enough to know which way to fall SOME day we believe Kentucky will realize that its mistake against Caleb Powers was as great as that France against Alfred Drer mol Then how can she right the wrong WHENEVER a Republican Stat convention manifests a longing reform the tariff it is noticeable th all the Democratic papers give those Republicans their cordial approval IT was announced that the Press inna bed and drink spring water tj Grayson Springs 9 That settled the matter at this office The junior Editor went atWALTER WELLMAN has sent a wireless message to President Roose velt from the Artie regions It will doubtless be Wellmans last as he is soon to sail in an air strip in search of the North pole AND Bob Franklin also is rbou- to enter the Democratic contest for Governor Time has been when they would give Bob anything he asked if he would sing Dars trouble in de Ian THE Eleventh District should b represented inCongress by an abler man than Edwards but it soul make a terrible mistake to sent John D White He is a bolter and a crank of the chronic type COLONEL BRYAN has issued a thihdid in JS96 and 1SOO Some one has been unkind enough to suggest that Whitee House gate in those years Forecaster Waltz informs us that the recent heavy rain showers have been caused by a sudden condensation of warm air Now the great problem of how to produce rain seems almost solved All we have to do is to condense warm air suddenly IT is understood that anyon- who ever lived in Hartford ispossible We call attention of the wanderers tp the fact that available lots are getting farther and farther from their old loafing and whittling places GEN PERCY HALEY is the innocent cause of Democratic dissension at present Such is the fate of all politicians After oiling and adjusting the Democratic State ma chine for years thoroughly familiar with its every wheel and bearings hit finger is at last caught in the cogs Hoist by his own petard as it were The only course open to him is tc spike all the guns in reach and re treat in the best order possible SECRETARY TAFT may not know it but he might convert two thirds ol the voters in the South to his way ol thinking and there would he n change in the election returns unti fair election laws are given to thos people and election thieves punish ed In Kentucky except in Feder al elections no repeater or hallo box stuffer fears the courts Ou of all the indictments returned i Louisville as a result of last yeart rape of the municipal election nol- an offender has been punished TIlE country people will be gla when Louisville and Lexington RC through making faces at each ethei over the State Fair The truth is that 15000 drawn from the Statt Treasury annually to hold a State Fair could be spent to much LetU advantage in road improvement Kentucky ought to appropriate hal million dollars every two years the various counties to encourag rood roads This could be done b jutting down salaries abolishmen- f needless offices commissions am in economic administration of tin affairs of State at Frankfort WHEN you examine the legUlativ listricts as framed up by the late egislature you will be willing t ontribute your part toward the cj ease of bringing the suit to tts te constitutionality of this diet trOll piue of inequality Fai vnde Democrats should be vii in do sn In thii legislative distrii rev ar denied a voice in the Huns I repiv2nlutives to the same ex tent as the Republicans and when they fail to denounce it they write themselves down as wil iig to be irIpoliticaloproaentamaybc I Trig sure way to effectuallykil alt price of all farm roducls is tc ui the people who consume farm ir duce out of enpoyneit The vv ofto put thoC people out of emi k ment is to tinker with the tjuiii I This has been demonstrated bey iei any question The panic which fJ lowed the election of Cleveland i1 tleatsoon as it was known that the Democrats w old i have the power tj carry out their tariff views every man whose busi I ness would be effected begun to shorten sail The same thing sill llidii who do not want a return to ieCleveland times or 1S05G will v Ill for the Republican nominee fort n gross in this district THE people of tin United StaUvs were furnished last week with the amusing spectacle of the Secretary placetnot from choice but because we could not do any better We are a great industrial and commercial na tion without n merchant marine We could not place at the disposal pakltialcthe Urited States because we dont own II in 1We have been driven from the high seas as a maritime power because other countries have been providing literal subsidies If we would build up American owned shipping we- s must Jo the same The Re uj e lican party stands pledged to tills but it does not seem disposed to r ry out those pledges Congi s should pass a liberal shipping stii dy bill extending to American iii3j subsidies equal to those granted by foreign governments to their wn vesses used in American tinlt What is the use to build a Parvna Canal to by used almost exclusivey by foreign shipping flOtiLeI fyer buttonsfknow who to buy fromiTilE LOCAL ROXEY July 22in the absence of Rev- R D flamed Bro Alva Leach filled nis appointment at Hickory church Sunday The farmers are very busy thresh itf their wheat Mrs J H Davior this place spent Tuesday with her niece Mrs Mittie Brown of Cromwell Mrs Martha Rapporty of Manda spent a few days with tier sister Eliza McShur last week Clayton Hocker and sister of tinchico spent Saturday right and hiiuiay with Georj7e and Floy Tay- In Sopha Railey of panda visited KT uncle Mr Black Leach last iuTdajIJoe Coleman and wife of Hnchi o visited at L A Sanderfurs iunday Nana Stevens of Pinchico visit d her sister Lee Stevens Saturday light and Sunday Mrs John Sorrels visited her laughter Anna Harrel of Vinl Jrove Tuesday- L A Sanderfur who has had n were attack of the Western fever las now recovered and will remain n old Kentucky a few years longer Miss Mattie McSheer is visiting ler sister Mrs Lonie Leach ol hvensboro Notice The Sulphur Springs Magisterial telnet A S of E will meet at licdaland Saturday July 28 Ah teals are requested to be present s there will be important busine 1 trend to E G KIRUY A Bad StomachOcjsont too listfulness and mars the hip pine of lire Its a weak stomach a stomach that can not properly perform Its functions Among Its symptoms are distress after eating nausea between meals heartburn belrMnz vomiting llatulence and nervous headache FoodsSarsaparilla Cures a bad stomach Indigestion and dyt pepila and the cure la permanent Accept no substitute t rr P p tf tP g fk lC uG CO j T = FOR THE DUSY READER Mrs Man la Cortz and two sons of Evansville ladare the guests of relatives hero The Czar of Russia has disolvcd Parliament and as a consequence evolution is eminent 4 IThe Republican State Central will meet at neon today to select a State Kiectiun Comnis sioner The L S N Southern I C and N C and St L railroads have tiled suit to prevent the State Railroad Commission from reducing rates A- I Mrs Isadore Forst Louisville while despondent from ill health thrw herself alto the lake at Cedar uukri Indiana and was drowned Russell Sage the multimillionaire lied at his summer honm in New York His remains were buried beside leis first wife in Tioy N Y Wednesday A number of Knott county feud hits have defied the authorities and the sheriff has been ordered by the court to bring them in dead or alive Much excitement prevails tt A Democratic newspaper is to be established at Central City It will oe the first Democratic paper ever published at Central City The first ssue will appear in three weeks James Meek wife and three chil ken were rescued from the Ohio river falls at Louisville by the life savers when their house boat was Trifling almost on the edge of the falls Henry Clayter a negro eloped from Irvington Kywith Ora Gard ener a fifteen year old white girl They were captured in Indiana and returned Clayter is in jail at Eliza bethtown awaiting meeting of Breckenridge Circuit Court- RENDER July 24W A Pennick Louis ville Ben Peters Horse Branch and Dr J 0 McKenney Taylor Mines were here last Wednesday- H Farhank Chicago Ill was sere last Thursday- L E Herrel was in Beaver bunt ast Thursday Robert McDowell was in Central Cty last Friday hoie were several front here u t nled the circus in Beaver Dam 1 t J f1ttP pG c fJ GJTIO l 7 cr- J O 79 e- 1li This tJ r- liltas aj how Schwabs Summer Coats anti PMits fit arid look We would HUc to sooty you the real garments and then you can jistltjo for yourself why t Schwabs tWO picce Suits for men and young men arc in demand by discerning dressers Each garment is carefully 91andby expert tailor and the style and drape of these garments are sure to win ithe atlmiration of men who know good fJI Clothes If you want a good warm weather Suit look these garments over try them one amine the workman ship They will please you so will the prices SIO up 4 CALYt tt Ncr COj INCORPORATED saiHartford Kentucky Ceft IItiI1JI cr r n Old Tried True- NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO OF VERMONT == h = =Fiftysix and onelmlf years of honest con servative successful management has mado this one of tho most honored and trusted com panies in America the lowest combined DeathI and Espouse rate of any Company of equal gUlllanI ITalkit over with us I BARNETT c Mil TE IHartfor Republican Office Friday t Sam Jones Louisville was here last Friday Prof V bL Moseley went to I Greenville urday on legal business last Sat Messrs Simon Jones and Jno S IeIIday SaturdayI in Hartford Sunday Ed Mossbarger of Cecilia wasj here yesterday- S j S Hoover Louisville were here yesterdayProf and Jno IIarI rison of Beaver Dam were here on business yesterdayIMiss Pear I Worner went to Horton today S A BratcherDeputy Sheriff of Hartford was here today Robert Thorpe Graham wad here todayE Hart and son Evansville Ind are the guests of Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett Mrs J W Sloan is very sickwith the fever F II Mason of Louisville was here today Miss Maude HownH Contra sty is tiiej guct ut Miss Hiilic Ruli MiiSs Ida Mie Henry tnd Lucy Nine+ went to Central City today to speiiil a new diys- Rriea Armstrong LtitcnYield was here today Miss Rogers Recital For want of space last week we gave a mere mention of the recital given by Miss Josephine Rogers as apart of the round of Institute enter tainments Miss Rogers has been a pupil at howling Green under the care of Mrs Cherry a very talented instructorMiss nr rendered five different withoutSister Helen andCnot torn Mrs Wiggs Cabbage Patch were fine mad pleased the vast audinence Miss Rogers is organizing a class here and should be given every en couragement by our people AUCTION SflLE I will sell at Public Auction a stock of goods consisting of Dry Goods Boots Shoes and Notions also a large number of Sewing Machines Every article put up will go bidding Sale will take pldce at my Grocery Store in Hartford at one oclock p nu Saturday July 28 s B F SAUNDERS Hartford Ky Moss and Thompson Plasterers and contractors sa tisjfaction guaranteed Phone 29 Beaver Dam Plaining Mill Co yh tfo Our Motto Is- Bost Goods for the least I Money I Dress G OOdSr No question Department about 4 our superority in t this line For COc yard our stock of comparefavorably you pay 75c for At 5100 yard we have I the best in Hart ford Ve invite eonipairson SilK Department Do you know that we are offering a yardwide guaran teed Black Taffeta Silk the very article others 135 ask you98c Ladles Neckwear Our store is always to the front in new things for has dies wear A new shipment ever y week of HeltsFancy I Collars Combs AVaist Pins E t c Call on us for the latest Boys Pants We have made a special deal II which we have been able to secure 200 pairs Boys Summer Knee Pants from 4 to 15 years old never sold for less than Joe and wilt absolutely never again be sold at the price we offer them net ter romo at once lPrlon hhhh July at Fairs Wo h1Ilot the seasons mure active months Theres only one waytu olllr values that will iorto you to buy Ye have jiono thlol1dlII1 entire stock ami made prices repirdles lit DOST that should attract the at tendon of alt economical I1lHdIFAIRSP SPECIALS I Millinery The season is too far advanc ed for us to quibble about price This is the story in a nutshell We have a remnant stock of Ladies Hats They must be turned into CASH ITo do this means that they must go at a big reduction We are prepared to do this so if it is a Hat you want turn your face towards our store odds ends sizes VERY SPECIAL J-A Boys 2TC School Cap made of Allwool Cashmere no old stok bit nW aid upt date our prica 10 CENTSiPrints All Prints in the very best standard brands A large assortment in the very befit standard brands Light and plaidsIlrinstores our everyday price ISu fall the pure Perhaps you never visited this department We tell you about it A you can Glassware Tin ware Kitchen at low price In fact nothing sells for over and lOco Bet ter investigate You will save i Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 27 l Illinois Central RallroadTlmo Table North Iliiiiiiit- Nol Son ill thus II II III Su 1l 1t1 1IIII pl No irMnitSjaop in No In In1 p n- NQ 102dnat1in No till liwV tcy m ==All kinds of ice cold drinks at RestaurantA of negligee shirts at Carson Cos Cheese Sausage raid Crnckers at City Restaurant i Mrs Dr A F Stanley is visiting friends in Rochester Bring your Chickens Eggs and Feathers to Carson Co A complete line of furniture and carpets at Carson Mr It A Miller Horse Branch was a pleasant caller Tuesday Y If you the correct goods at the lowest prices see Carson Co Nell Austin Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs Attye Griffin Only 5 cts will buy a Ladies lOc value at Long Cos Economy Stores If you get your meals and sundries at City Restaurant you will surely be pleased in 4Ginch French Lawn for only 25c Big value at Long Store Dpnt seeing our 50inch Mo hairs for 50cn1l colors at Long Cos Economy Store See Garson Co for Buggies Wagons and all kinds of farming Another Shipment of those 250 Parasols all but they only costyou 175 at Cos omy Store Mr E T Williams is laying a fine concrete pavement in front of his ty at of Main and Union street Dont fall to see and examine our SCinchBlack Taffeta Silk 125 value for only 100at Long Cos Economy Store ReadyMade SkirtsI i We to make a general cleanup of all and in ladies Skirts preparatory to receiving our line The styles and material in these skirts are alright but are broken Thats the they go so cheap Perhaps we may your 5811sec Table Linen- A fine qnality of Linen Bleached Damask satin finish famous for wearing qualtiy made fancy scroll pattern with border to match full CO inches wide would be cheap at 75 yard our pricelOUR EASEMENThave want to place where buy Woodenware Chinaware and Furnishings a- very 5c money liiiltoti City Cos want Miss Vest Just Cos Economy miss implements colors Long Econ propei corner want only reason have a weave a cents a f I lion M L Heavrin made a flying trip to Greenville Monday City Restaurant has the best ice cream in the city Try it City Restaurant wantr your trade and guarantees satisfaction Dr E B Pendleton was in Louisville for a few days last week Our steak and fish meals cant be beat Try one at City Restaurant Mrs Z Wayne Griffin has returned from a trip to Lake Algonac Mich Get your meals and lunches at the City Reastaurant Most uptodate place in Hartford We have plenty of White and Brown Linens for Ladies Skirts and Suits at Carson Co Misses Mary Taylor and Mary Laura Pendleton have returned from a weeks visit at Sulphur Springs See 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 Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf Master Trimble Pendleton left last Friday for an extended visit to his uncle and aunt at St John Kansas A big lot of Underwear now on sale in Balbriggin and Nainsook for only 41c50c values at Long Cos Economy Store Mr Houston Liles Smiths Grove called to see us and renewed his faith in THE REPUBLICAN while in town Wednesday For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford A bargain for cash Call on or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf The recent heavy rains have dam aged the corn crop considerable on low land and tobacco in some local is damaged about one third New Ribbons for Sashes and Arm Bands Pretty Persian designs if you dont want the solid colors at Long Cos Economy Store lOur townsman Uncle Louis Gun ther presented uswlth a fine Texas Beauty apple Monday that measures 131 inches in circumfrencc Who can beat it7 Smnaewn nnatt- Moooy l I I ilcfuld ed DO pur j chases not I isfactorllZW satI j Shirt Department It is conceded all shirt critics that the Shirts we sell i f0c are equal 7iicshirt in the malI ket Our 100 are better in style material and workmanship than those retailing at XI50 Visit us Lace iDepartment Best assortment of French German Mechlin Vals shown in Hartford Prices in reach of all Come to us for your Trimmings Shoe Department Although there has been some sharp advances in leather we are selling many Shoes at the old prices We would be glad to show you our Shoes assuring you that our styles and qualities are ALL RIGHT anti the price as low as they can be made Wash Goods The season is now on for just such goods as we have in stock such as Fan LmIens stylish but theyeverythingI 4 Another case of blue pound prints at Carson Cos Mr and Mrs J W Thomas Dun dee were in town Wednesday Mr W W Loydof Barretts Ferro was a pleasant caller Monday Miss Mary Tichenor Matanzas is the guest of Miss Lillie Bratcher cityMr J H Williams and family are spending the week at Sulphur SpringsRev L W Tichenor of Mantan zas called to see us while in town Monday Mrs W M Fair left Tuesday for a three weeks sojourn at Ho Springs Ark Mr J W Martin Cromwell field deputy for Sheriff R B Martin call ed to see us Monday Miss Jessie Bennett of Maxwell who has been visiting Miss Olive Carson has returned homeIA big reduction on Slippers W show you many pretty styles i Brown Blue Gray Black and White at Long Cos Economy Store Dont fail to read Sam I Backs ad on page two He offers some big bar gains in it Moore Crabtree will exchang- groceries for chickens and eggs an will pay the highest market prices They wjll deliver groceries anywhere in Hartford It2 LosTBetween Hartford and Beaver Dam Friday morning July 6 anew pair of check lines Finder will please return to Sande r Co Hartford Ky Mrs T P Petrie and children who have been the guests of rela tives in town for several weeks have returned to their home at Brazil In diana Mr Mayworth Barnard who is just recovering from an bpcration for appendicitis is able to be out again He made us a pleasant visit while in town Wednesday =Mr C E Smith of THE REPUB LICAN and Messrs F L Felix Heber Mathews of the Herald ar attending a meeting of the Kentucky Press Association atGrayson Springs this week 1 Y jiAii saunas clothing onefourth dt at Carson Gos j tits IJ r Tracy Louisville is ri visitiy rends in town this week Iiriiv n S Chamberlain No creek Vited us while here Moni day I J V Marks who to rop rtel illI of malaria fever is thought to some better Mrs Heber Mathews and daughl ter Mis Elsie are visiting relatives im Owonshoro IHon J P Sandertur was in Ev several days this weekon legal bai inessIA big lot of pants former price to S215 Price to close 98c 1125 Co =lIon H P Taylor and sun John were in Evansville several days thisJ week on business Mr D W Williams Render visitJ led his parents Rev and Mrs A JJWilliams city Sunday Messrs B F Bean and J WI Thomas Dundee paid us a pleasant call while here Wednesday Quite a number of citizens are still ignoring the Mayors order about cutting weeds in front of their lots Mis Martha Mae Leach of Ow ensboro arrived here yesterday to be the guest of her aunt Mrs M L Heavrin With the cessation of wet weather the tennis game has been revived Many hard fought battles occur daily on the three courts in town MM C E Smith left esterdayI for Grayson Springs where join her husband and take the trip to Bowling Green with the Press folks The show at Beaver Dam last Fri day by John Robinson was voted the best ever by all the boys and girls and by the old folks too who went only to take the boys and girls The little folks of town were en tertained in a delightful manner Tuesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs J C Thomas in honor of the sixth birthday of their little son Elijah and their nephew Master Walker Casey of HopkSnsville who is visiting themIProf Victor I Moore Principal of Louisville Training School was the guest of Hon H P Taylor and fam ily several days this week ProfI Moore was looking after students for his school John Taylor has been a student of Prof Moore for two years and will graduate the coming session Mr William Forman Jr has opened a Commision house in Hartford and will buy Calves Chickens Eggs Ducks Butter Hogs Etc This is an enterprise which Hartford has long been in need of Mr For man is an energetic business man newtundertakingJailer deserves great credit for theneat way in which the Court House grounds are being kept this year If he will only look after the horses which we are sometimes comI pelled to push oil the sidewalk on the theevotenfor him for another term Those who attended services at the Baptist church last Sunday enjoyed a splendid sermon by Dr J J Tay lot President of Georgetown Col lege Dr Taylor was here in the interest of his school and upon invi tation of Dr Gardner occupied his wasdDr Taylor is an orator of rare pow er and his discourse was beautiful and impressive throughout It seems too bad to rob the pulpit ofI such a preacher to make him President of any college Capt DeWeese is just in receipt of orders from AdjutantGeneral Lawrence assigning the Hartford Company K N G to the 3rd Ken t u c ky Infantry and designat ing it as Company H The 3rd jregjment will be in camp at Henderson from August 22 to 29 This will be a splendid outing for the young men who constitute the company They are as soon as their Draining has been a little more thorough sure to reflect the highest credit on the town and county shouldefeel a organization The party given Miss Isabel Kauzy last Saturday night in honor 1 n of her sister bliss Wtanie Mauzy was well atten JiJ and every one reports a fine time The guests amused themselves iy playing vari ous games till 10 iteloek when re presentpopular young ruM was awarded to Mr Herbert Kiur Those present adieILeeEthil Martin ami Winnie Manzy Messrs Miner Porter Xwet Hocker Herbert King Ellis end John Bennett Leslie and Loney Hoover Dar rell Sullcnger EsuT Thomas and Arthur Petty Mr and Mrs Rowan Holbrook a birthday party in honor of the 14th anniversary of their son McHenry Weduesdiy night The young people engaged in various games until a late lour when ele ant refreshments were served McHenry teas tie recipient of quite a number useful presents during the evening Those present were Misses JUT Marks Anna Eliza Keown Sarah Keown Keown Rutb Riley Alma RileyI Nora Weddise Marie Hardwick Bera Bean 1anF Ma Thompson Bella Thompson Tina Yeiser and Messrs Martin Thomas Tinsley Ney Foster KaymerI iams Joshua Field Byron Allison Barnett Frank Foreman Walker Casey John J Williams Louis Riley and Wilt Riley Worse Owing to the new law we have been forced to charge our mil from an exchange mill tea merchant mill Will buy your grain lOlL sell you what you wantRespectfully HAUITOBD MILL Co J C RILEY Secretary BUFORD July 25Misses Josie and Carrie Magan visited in Hartford Monday- S G Hussey anti wir John Blair and wife Walter Blair and wife John Hoglands tad George Jewels BeaverlDamLittle Hoover Bales returned home Tuesday after a weeks visit with relatives in Owenlarn He reports a fine time W H Blair of Kttarleld III came in Friday and wilt make his home with his brother John in the futureSam Rhoades and family visited Joe Thomison and family of Heflin Saturday night and Sundajr Mrs Mary Newte and Mrs John Blair visited Mrs Isabella Morgan and Cottrell at Maxwell one day last week Miss Mary Ri hismrcturned home HefIlinIva Dodson oft uci Dam was in Buford Sunday B F Graves and wife went to Louisville Tuesday and wilt go from there to Bloomfield and Bardstown to visit relatives and friends William Nichokcxtand family visited Mrs Nicholsoos parrots Henry Travis and isray near Beda Saturday returning iame Monday Miss Florence Hasgland is quite sickOscar Turner asd Itwily visited Harvey Cox andJaaeSy of Pleasant Ridge Sunday Pendleton Hdl brook is visiting his parents this week Otis DodsonofSccdi Grove visit ed his grand warealt Gearte Jewell and family fromSiZtinLagr till Mon dayA E ElHe of gander was here Sundaytetcolsa So W Sell Walter Blair and Homer Turner iaenSto OwenHIr Tuesday Mrs Harvey Gcx sf Pleasant Ridge and Mrs Waiter Blair of this place visited WiTara Under woods family at Link Wednesday- Mr King t Owraaboro vis ited his brother Luuwr Xuyr here SundayMrs Oscar Turner erf tfiuc place and Miss Mattie Wells of Utieavis- ited relatives in YeTrington last weekThe party and ice cream sapper at Herman RichiscnTc wag night was enjoyed by all present W N Blair of Jrwhilconhis way to town Smrfay morning with his uncle while crossing the Muddy creek levy killed 27 snakes How is that for one hour Sunday morning DayIperfor she bull perfor manse actually united pe ale away This is a clean cut and invi irious circa milt they wil dej iheim mense crowds that throiivc their gitIthat was three qUartetS of u mile I long and composed at dazzling cars charriotj on unimal derm pretty I girls mounted on beautiful horses a largo military hand mounted on haiiosoine Arabian stallions and a wonderful chimes wagon that emits strange and soulful music A herd of monster elephants camels lamas etc brought up the roar The young people mid the country folks enjoyed the processional marvel hugely and their enthusiastic ver dict was great The performances were excellent andeach ard every act was greeted I with genuine arid unstintedap plause This show carries an unusually large collection cf animals and the feature of their large menagerie web the baby lions the leopanilI anda herd of five elephants Two of this herd were a sight that the people of Lynchburg and vicinity never before beheld viz the largest and smallest elephants on earth The big elephant Kentucky is a monster indeed and the avers spectator stood and gazed in awe at his mammoth bulk He is larger and heavier than Barnums famous Jumbo weighing over seven tons The baby elephant Colonel Isam offspring of Kentucky and isbutsuc weeks old and weighs only v IBS pounds Colonel at once became the pet of the large crawls The other four elephants stand and gaze jeal ously and sullenly at the attentions showered upon the midget elephant As a whole it was the greatest circus that Lynchburg has had in years and nov we can go back to the fieldt and factories until circus day comes round again Lynchburg Falcon Wild West- I have the best of all kinds of meatSteak 10 cents per pound Roastde 7c and 8 cents per pound Bacon and Lard12J cents per pound Boneless Ham 15 cents per pound Bologna Sausage 10 centsper pound Dried Beef 20 cents per pound Breakfast Bacon 20 cents per pound I deal in nothing but meatsand lard Your patronage solicitedFOUNT KEOWN CANE HUN July 2tG J Christians singing school at Cedar Grove closed last Sunday i The district union met at Frieda land last Saturday Miss Josie Robertson end children 01 Auburn are visiting relatives inthis communityWillie went to Louisville ese business yesterday Mr and MM J R Wilson near Fair View are rejoicing ever their tenth boy wr Miss Ola Martin has typhoid fever G J Wilsin vent to Beaver Dart on business today Ed Jamison Livermore is the guest of his brother Farris Jamison near Fair View Lost On Sunday morning JulyS ont old fnshioned ladys bracelet between Heaver Dam and Rough River Locks Engraving inside of bracelet Ella Daniel Return i Miss Pansy Stevens Beaver Dam Ky tiid receive reward For that- Dandruff There is one that wi- llcureltAyers Hair Vigor It is a regular scalpmedicine It quickly destroys the germs which cause this disease I The unhealthy scalp becomes healthy The dandruff disap pears had to disappear A healthy scalp means a great deal to you healthy hair no dan- druffno pimples no eruptions The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty 70- IorA XedebyJOAooxoUKuLAlo SARSAPARILLA PILLSgers PCCTIULU AAAAAAIA1dAAA AAAA AAAAAAAAAIAAAAA flW WM W TV T r vLVww lttkt t 3L1r1AAAAAAAAAA WrN W WWW NJWWWWWNIW r 5 I BACHS GREAT lEN DAYS SLAUGHTER SALEi DryjFr jAndOuar Entire SpringGoodsWe So not wish io carey 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 tlJiSsale Everything is this seasons goods Nothing will be reserved everything goes We have given sales before and rnade 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 efegjant winter clothes so now is your chance to supply yourself with a summer and fall suit you will have to pay twice in the season for these ftoxids We are determined to close out all spring goods and also fall goods that we have on hand We need the room for It OUT large fall stock whicfr will soon arrive 111 z- L 10000 Worth ofClothing bats Shoes und Dry Goods toseleab from rothing te Ifcj rvexT Sale will commence July 21 and will continue 10 days This will he un opportunity yous lutes eehloui if ever luJI1 to buy uptodate merchandise Al iiWltf Won the tfolfor- Tvewlipii ve Mens Suitrsv the latest mike and good rnroMty regular priw H5Q and 750 Slaughtering il price 378 Eighteen Mens Inc ilUaUty and good fitting Suits vll M regular prici TjfHV fa 850 Ten days only u 448 Inrtyaxx Suits ill oitii the nuuYc and extra good t jnvfUy 1tgjnVr price 7ft to 1000 A great bargain 548cy l st e8 patterns T t1 ttea regular 14W ami 1350 Slaughtering pri 629 tlwrtyeiglit high gnxJhSvits macfc of extra good ma ierVt guaranteed to wwargaody one offtho greatest bar SMSI we are ot ring haw 38 Suits are selling below 4ik4 liegular priw 3W33 to 1250 Slaughtering ti JpPs 5Kt 748 a JE Tiny high quality Sril5 sr all styles Blac BlueGny 4 ST d h aiy mixtures alfi wres regular price 1250 to 879MTs a 5M iv a otitifiSttvu money a fine k 6 hit Dont pad 1251 nrct 1500 when you cut buy Itre foi879 Teat al ttniy irouiteen mens SnilV 3egwlar prfos 100 to 500 268ft ISeveral Thousand Dollars Worth of Shoes I Will be slaughtered in this sale We will sell every pair of mens womens atil childrens Shoes at sacrificing j prices regardless of the hisrh advance in Shoes now j This stock of Shoes iittiiiH the latest styles in 1ateht Leathers Vici Kid Box Calf and Kangaroo Leathers Inspect these Shoes whether you intend to buy or not HERE IS WHERE THE SLAUGHTER KNIFE CUTS DEEP One hundred aurdninetysib pair mens fine Shoes in Patent Vici Box Calf and inn Metal Leathers Broad Toes and the very latest style Narrow Toe The famous American Gentleman Shoemade by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co regular price here and anywhere else 50 to 400 Sale price 294 j Sixtyeight pair mens Shoes good for dress and work purposes Regular price 150 to 200 Ten days only at 119 One hundred and seventeen pair of mens Shoes all sizes sold regular at 175 to 200 Slaughter price 129 Eightyfive pair of mens Heavy Work Shoes regular price 125 to 150 On sale for 100 Mens tine 50c Dress Shirts in all patterns and sizes Sale twice 38c i Mens 50c Work Shirts colored Striped Black Sateen- i Tan und all kinds To go at 37aC sellIJ One big lot of mens 25c and 35e Underwear 19c One lot of mens 50c and 75c Inderweni 37 cIAll mens tOe and 15c Sucks in fancy and plain colors 7c All 25c mens Socks at 19c j One lot of 25c mans Suspenders I9c lOne lot of mens I Ol and I oc Suspenders at 7c j 5c 25e Neckties at19cpairOneMans 50c Blue overalls with or without bib 38c hens 50c Cottonade Pants 38c One big lot mens Hats all colors and styles regular CIgra e mens 8 regular price 150 to 200 To go at 100 500 yards fine Embroidery regular price lOc to 20c yardOneOne lot of ladies Black Hose tOe and lotquality at 7c One lot of ladies Vest 4C 5000 yards 7c Hoosier Cotton at5c500 dozen Pearl ButtOls2 c per dozen We have many other great bargains that we will put I printJtTell your friends to come Every Yard of Dress Goods Will Go Below Cost GrnysRed co that you pay Oc any other tithe 1 510 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY inI tothe most hustling fay dmf girl who will bring us the largest number of registered tickets which we will put in every 25c purchase made tlsale only Go to your friends and tell them to give you the tickets from their purchase of this sale All tickets must be brought in on the-r day of this safe toii connted and 10 will be given to the boy and girl5 apiece who return to us the largest number of tickets on the kSt day of this sale oJ I 4t rything WM Be Marked and Priced in Plain Figures There Will Be an Extra Force of Sales ietrto Accommodate Everyone You Will Be Waited on at once This I Sale is for Cash No Goods Charged fl i eberthe Date Remember the Place 4z w HARTFORD KENTUCKY k IMMtt999 9re 9 99999 99V99 9re J ill b M w4erU Yn- n r SWAM 30 MILES Remarkable Escape From Death Jjy Drowning of a Nervy tlawallanII I Edward Duvutiehelkof Molokai is the hero of a most remarkable story of human courage and endurance and of a marvelous escape of death I fhe fact that lie was one of the team that represented the National Guard of Hawaii at the rifle shooting at Sea Girt NJ last fall will per haps add some interest to the tale of his thrilling experienceI DuvauchMoI tHtf7 A who is u fisherman lit Iukoo on the southern coast of Molokai with three native Hawaiians as compani ons left home in a whalehoat with i load of fish for Iahaina about 12 miles away They arrived there safely and sold their fish and about 8 oclock started in a dead calm toI row back A light breeze sprang up and they hoisted sail making the sheet fast A sudden squall capsized them before they could ease off the sheetThey were at the time a mile from Kanapali Landing Maui They j made a float with four oars and the j mast and with this to help them two of them started to swim ashore to get help After awaiting their return for three hours in vain Duvauchelle and i his remaining companion Dan P ua came to the conclusion that I the two men had failed to reach the shore by swimming They made afloat of the boom and gaff and all O that was left of the goats gear and started The current carried them in the direction of Napili and they were able to gradually make their way toward the shore When within half a mile of it they discovered j to their consternation that the cur rent was setting against them and that in spite of all their efforts they were drifting farther away this time in the direction of Molokai which seemed to be about ten millS distant They therefore made up their minds to swim toward the shore I of that island They seemed to be j making considerable headway and by sunset were as near as could be j judged by the line of breaker on the reefs four or tin mile from the shore They hUll moonlight until nearly j dnighti when the moon set By this time Dan Pawaa was becoming exhausted aid could hardly keep himself afloat Thereupon Duvau chelle gave up the float to him entirely placing him on tho middle of it and he himself tu Without the assisting buoyancy of the float Wheq about 500 yards from the shore of a little rocky inlet about a mile from the Molokai coast Pawaa was overcome with exhaustion and bidding Duvauchelle good by dropped from the float sunk and never rose Duvauchelle succeeded about an hour after in reaching the rock and dragging himself wounded and bleeding beyond reach of the waves where he fell asleep from exhaus tion not waking until past noon the next day Then he swam to the Molokal shore a mile away and made his way home When he started on his swim he had taken off his shirt as it ndrance in swimming but hadI RCpt his trousers on so that utItractwhile in the water by small crabs which fastened themselves to the skin of his chest and clawed and bit him almost to madness He was in the water nearly 17 hours and swam u distance of between 25 and 30 milesDuvaulchelle is of French and Ha waian parentage 38 years old tall and powerfully built In many re spects Duvaudvlls experience is without parallel although there have been several somewhat similar occurrences in these waters the comparatively narrow channel between the islands of Molokai Lapai and Mauti tempting many to crosS in whaleboats and other small craft Honolulu Cor Chicago News OASTOBXABun thethe Rind Yej Have Always Bmtn I WgaatueSubmarines 11JfZo wU in War In the Italian chamber the other daySig de Scale u undersecretary k for foreign effairs replying to a question by Sig Santini Maresca I announces that the government in J i u You Tired Nervous IAre and Sleepless jvrrvoiiMHiM sort sleeplessness urn us unlly Ann to the fuel that tlm nerve are nut ftvlon properly nourishing hlood they urn tliirrtil nerves Dr Ilercos jntrerlrhproperly nourished nt d all tint organs of the lxlv nrn run ii imuxithly us miichln youInrnIwatt first of all the strength nod Ins lastblThe IIulolredbliMSIgreatly Injures tlm flcl- nXllllllratfIIIIIIIIIKtlr for tlxtthtlh lielng yet In the end weakened and with vitality I decreased Dr Ilerccs Golden Discovery cantatas no ulcidiol Kvery Tllclseveral IIIlIt For tlm druggist to oiler yon something he clothes is Just as IgeuerEvery thn worldfamed Jolden Medical Discovery lias the unanimous approval and endorse nient of the medical authorities nf nil the several MhiMils of prnctlci No forIIklTIII1Golden Medical Discovery not only produces all the good ellectK to IHI olitalned from tlm nso of iolden Seal root In all Motitiuli liver and Itowel tronliles as In chKIKIIII lilllonsness ruff Mlpatlon of ftdiimch and thoilug Is greatly enhanced In Its ctmUlvn nc thin liv other Ingredient such as Stone Jlatrdrnkorelined glycerine AdvIMristnalllug VlItnI Dr fleeces Pleasant Pellets rum con dtlputlon lilliuiiMii and hcaducha j tended to take steps to get the question of submarine weapons discussed at the next Hague conference Sig de Scalea added that from what the ministers concerned heard there was ground for the hope thatI the use of such weapons regulated in a manner compatible with the principles ofcivilization The statement of the undersecreta ry was received with evident satis factionIt always well to have a box of salve in the house Sunburn cuts bruises piles and boils yield to De Witts 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 lie pure you get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Defective Armor Plates There has been another disheart i ening experiment with armor plates I intended for the Italian fleet It is now a month or two sinco the plates of the Terni type Intended for Ital ian ships of the Roma class were first subjected to Poldihutte shell which first cracked then went clean through the plate Another test be tween shell and plate has just been made The armor plate was 8 inch es thick and an Siinch gun was used The plate was again clean pierced It is now understood that the Italian government has rejected plates of this kind upon which 600 000 were to have been spent 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 Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist ZooImost with ups goggles all complete the motorcyc list gayly tootfooted his wav Ly Re gents park toward the Zoo Sud denly he slackened dismounted and said to a small chubby urchin- I say my boy am I right for the ZooThe boy gasped at so strange a sight and thought it must be some new animal for the gardens You may be all right if they have a spare cage he said when he could find his tongue but you ha stood a far better chance if youd ad a tailStray Stories Try a little for Dyspepsia j after your meals See the effect it will produce on your general by digesting your food and feelinsrI your stomach to get shape Many stomachs are overi reIfuseyour food and gives your stomach the rest it needs while its recon structive properties get the stomach back into working order Kodol re- 1lievesflatulence sour stomach palpi lotion of the heart belching etcj Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro t Englishjmakes to uage a necessary condition to the admission of aliens to citizenship in the United States This marks in at official way the final ascendancy of that tongue over all others in this I countryIt by no means always so The I tima is not so very far distant when riiich a law would have had killing opposition in Congress The early American colonies began with five districts European languages and for many years a stern contest was waged between thfm for conquest of the continent The language which seemed to have the start was the French for New France spread far to the South and West completely hemming in the English German Spanish and Swedish colonies To this day French place names bestowed by the original settlers or explorers are scattered over half the area of the United States Long after English had begun to gain the ascendancy it was menaced by the mixture of the out pour of people of foreign speech Since tht famous day at the tower of babel there has probably never been known anywhere in the world such a mix ture of mother tengues as this country has constantly experienced even up to the present day The official recognization of English as a requisite to naturalization does more than mark it as the universal language of this country It will EnglishI IAModern Miracle miraculous seemed the re covery of Mrs Mollie Holt of this place writes J 0 It Hooper Woodford Tenn she was so wast ed by coughing up pus from her lungs Doctors declared 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 recover ed and is a healthy woman today Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds 50c and 100 at Z Wayne Griffin I Bro Druggist Trial bot tie free RallroadMans Prayer The following is the text of a railroad mans prayer pasted on the firemans side of the switch en gine in the road Northern Pacific yards in Spokane Now that I have flagged Thee lift up my feet from the rough road of life and plant them safely on the deck of the train salvation Lot me use the safety lamp of prudence make all the couplings with the link wC love and let my hand lamp be the Bible and keep all switches closed that lead off the main line into the sidings with blind ends Have every semaphore block along the line show the white light of hope that I may make the run of life without stop ping Give me the Ten Command ments as a working card and when I have finished the run on schedule time and pulled into the terminal may Thou Superintendent of the Univerity say Well done good and faithful servent come into the general office and sign the pay roll and receive your check for eternal happiness Half the World Wonders ow 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 wilt Mrs Grant Shy 1130 E Reynolds St Springfield 111 says I regard it one of the absolute necessites of housekeeping Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist 25c A Perennial Spring nif I Are they altogether justified who on the strength of the momentary decadence of the influence of the Mothers Ear WHNtMONTH THAT COM BfOHt THAT TIME ISCOTTS EMULSION Ieuppue TUB EXTRA OTRXHOTH AMD BO HBCteaAitr ranTHB HEALTH Of BOTH MOTHeR AND CHILD Send for free umle SCOTT BOWNE ChcnitU 409415 Purl Street New York SOC an lioot aUdrugcuU yfoJ 1 m pulpit go iJ far gloomy to forsee a time when evenheresy will no long er save a sermon from being stupid Probably not Contrary to the opinion held in some quarters science flu from operating to destroy interest in matters of religiion is all religion is all the time providing fresh straw to be threshed over by the theologians One of these days fyr instance we are going to have life produce by the mixture of sodium sea water and a few other things and forthwith it will have to be decided whether such life is free from the taint of original sin That means controversybicornnous dilem toIkeep us JrUlsmg In as Ive ya man ner as eer Assuredly the battles of Christian and Apollyon will not at tention through through having to shift their ground and introduce a few modern features IA sweet breath adds to the joys of You wouldnt want to kiss your wife mother or sweetheart haveIis only one remedy- that digests what you eat and makes the breath as sweet as a roseand I that remedy is Kodol for Dyspepsia I It ia relief for sour stomach palpitation of the heart and other ails i ments arming from disorder of the stomachand digestion Take a lit tie Kodol after your meals and see what it wi1 do for you Sold by Z I Wayne Griffin Bro Elephants Aching Tooth Stops Train Madisonville Ky July 21An unusual delay in the transportion of a circus in Kentucky was occasioned near Madisonville while the attaches of the circus extracted tooth from the mouth of a huge elephant of the show The tooth was pulled by the medium of a block and tickle and a pair of mules belonging to an oblig farmerWhen circus train was within I four miles of Madisonville the elephant I set up an unusual noise and began to rock the car by striking his I trunk against the walls and when the keeper entered the car it was found that the animal was suffering from toothache The train was stoppedand the animal unload ed and tightly fastened to two poles driven into the ground A pair of large forceps with a block and tickle arrangement were then fastened to the bad tooth and a team of mules proceeded to do the rest The unusual performance was witnessed by a large crowd and the an imal seemed to be well pleased with the result May Live 100 Years The chances for living a full century are excellent in the case of Mrs Jennie Duncan of Haynesville Me now 70 years old She writes Electric Bitters cured me of Chron ic Dyspepsia of 20 years standing and made me feel as well and strong as a young girl Electric Bitters cure Stomach and Liver diseases Blood disorders General Debility and bodily weakness Sold on a guarantee at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Price only 50c He Was Real industrious The success Magazine relates a story of two Washington negroes who meeting in the street fell intj a discussion of the peculiarities of a mutual friend Said one What kind o a pusson is dat man anyhow Seems to me he never do nowork Oh he is industrious all right promptly responded the second ne gro even if he dont do nothin hiss self Why only las week dat man spent two whole days tryin to git his wife a o- blCASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thed SS9iSignature of W Th Dtvii in Scotland Tl ere wasmuch good sense in the old Scotchman who said You can tell that you take away the d it is evil and take away the de it is vile I and take away thedev it is ill so that he is an ill vile evil devil Hailstone Weighing Two Pounds I A tornado ad hailstcrm have des hoyed about 250000 ares of seed j crops and vineyards in the district of Melitopol Taunda Hailstones I fell weighing up to two pounds each Many cattle were killed I rei II II AYcgctaUePreparationror As similating ling he Stomachs andBowcis of HIL DRLN Promotes DigestionCheerFul1- nessandHestCwttainsneithcr It OpiumMorphinc norMincral I i Nor NAIlC OTIC Oltlkf4NllZllfl 1 eat FrtsrAalrivd P 1tLwrrMrr 1 Apetfectllrmedyforonstipa I WormsConvulsionsFevensh I ness ndLosSOFSLBBP l FacSunta Signatures I NEW YORK Al b uionlli t old Dosn 5Ci MS IjL CCPII cc WRAPPER 1EXACT I 25 J J St 75 fi to X j n AT t I s S W I g LiX24BUYS until the to boeold at a account ot the of our Wlege are sold No enter any tl- maDRAUGHONSi D4imJ4FColkr6 fi 87 In 15 state lC by into trwti Maine to 17 rawest Tfr also teach BV MAIL I T j I OK I I i Call or send fc I i PATENTSand obulnnl M its THAT PAY sad iMilf roe la IUCCC- Minj mullet Ibteo or ketch for m l on It react to a e 4i J CASTORfA Infants and Chilton The Kind You lavttJ- Alway ht NIr j Bears Signatureof 11f DsmIt Ovar Thirty ICASTORII IT- Wt NCW TCCA am OUR CLUBBING RATES TilE REPUBLICAN Lomsvitki Icrnlhul5THE REPUBLICAN and LouiBvIlfe Daily He nlduTHE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal Ba- THE REPUBLICAN and Louis GlobeDemocrat TILE REPUBLICAN and Home awl Farm LQF- TIE REPUBLICAN and Lippenctilta and Cosmoplitan 32 THE and Twicer JMsilcOwensboroInquirer THE HBPUULICAN Daily Greensboro Inquirer THE REPUBLICAN Oboro Messenger IJZ5 THE REPUBLICAN and NatiflnaWIsgazme umlVdtfress orders THE REPUBLICAN RANDALL COLLINS WAYNE GRIFFIN in Louisville IWh STOP IYISetl1I11rtg S r4J i EUROPEAN HOTELE The Nome fonOhfo County People 1m Elegant Clean Sooi and LViIttc Attention m Corner Second and JefTorsoa Streets PopsI89 7 eI S H OLi SHiFUnallotted dlnconni opening EnuuTill EVANSVILLE Colleges 300OOa CAPITAL indorsed Inwlnoss California WrUetorpricen POSITIONS SECURED MONEY REFUNDED CaUlogue ESJ1PATENTS ulreltfNetkeeNltMUtaEwtuace- elnNU pittentabUllj practice SURPASSING RCFCnENCES FtorhteCUl INwkonIYOataLllalentjwrit tWAS Per tc For Years RraNIMsMNR and REPUBLICAN and 3yJ and TwiceiWisJc aU C vacation jBIG FOUR r New York Central Liaes T taf f fti I Toledo tt Detroit i Clevelanditar Utl o Ncw tl B slDIJ And all other points East Information chetrfully forp ij J nished on application at tttj TicketrOffice Big Four1 Nof259 Fourth avenue or ASGenl J GATESfi 4LoUisville fII I A Cincinnati 0 S otarsawowqm v odoi Dyspepsia Cisr Digest whatyou oat uPf lMr r2SSFnr+ eflY 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 27 TIME WASTED IN WINKINC Expenditure of Energy for Which There Seems Absolutely JTI No Return Wo are told in our sanator 5am said tin cheerful inmate to save all the energy possible xA energy causes temperature temperature bnrna up tissue tornedup tissue is hard to re place etc There is one way to lava strength Did you ever stop to think low much energy is spent in mnkhig Count how many times jDir wink in one minute multi jJr it by liIJ again multiply the number of hours you are awake en an average each day multiply ance more by the weight of the eyelid and you will llnd out how many pounds of energy are being used up each day in winking Did you ever realize that fully flnehalf of this is wasted Whats the use in using more than one eye With that you can see all that is necessary and thus you need wink only one eye the one vou Happen to bo us irtg Think of the tons of energy that is saved by this simple proc ess in a single year lust go about with one eye open I ex Acct by this process to save enough energy so that 1 will IIII pronounced a cure some six or even eight hours before I would Do otherwise AT THE JUNGLE PARTY E wonder what hs the matter With Miss Camel Is there anything Vfs She has her hack up about jometUlnc Institute Statement Amounts received from the teach ors as institute fees 12400 AMOUNTS EXPENDED R N Roark Instructor 7500 I Lillian Monroe Secretary 1000 2rs I Foster hoarding Prof Roark 500 JHnting Programs and c rtifi cates of attendanc 925 2 ng 8 Co ribbon for Diplo mas 1 25 Jiovimr Piano Black Brl I head 315 UOOJTelephone Le and paper 45 John Morton janitor 375 twlUt 150 Tot expended 11570 tic will leave euht djllars and vtrv cents to he credited to the lit hr1 5 M DuWKBSE S C S0 C IMnJiampolis ani Return S2 Hid Four Route f Sunday July 29th Special train 8IaeIIndianapolis Union depot at 7 oclock p m Get tickets at City Ticket Office 23 4th Ave and at depot- S J GATES General entI Mrs Katherine Stidtmi Edwin T irbof Fordsville re Mwd the Mlowinj note from the theiigIIKf i M 10Itr Kdwin Forbes FirUvilb Ky i fI 111 Voiir lettor iv ccivci Il I nm jltti ray in reply that there lilts a a fSteht improvement in the 7Mi cvdlHon of MM Stidum rerr 4 i rv well patisfiedwith d Iu Lgd ud i cjoing lr t I tc tc rfcrfcfyfyrfcfyfyfctyrfc fyrfcrfcipfyfyrfcg t Tuc f 1 liT F1AJSTIC RANGE t ajesfic f CILYWISFSEI =ou u = 1 T 1healedbolting white breakfast is cooking When water icanjIhe 1Ar ItAt f ery good i hysica health Yours very truly Ly STEPHENS Assistant PhysicianI For the last W years Mrs Stidum has lived near IFirihraie and at the time she became iKsented she was tempararily living star Glendeane Breckenridge county Early inJune she became dttocnted aad later in the month shttvzs taken to Hart ford where n jJ pronounced her land Asylum Mrs Stidum aui 3ou and raised in the NortheasttJM part of Han cock county aalaj daaccndant of prominent earl selttera of that part of the State SrJ a daughter of the late John Httff ae of that intelligent juts that condemned Moses and Robert EyJey who Wttre hung at Hawsville m I L Mrs Stidum 3jlhe widow of Henry Stidum asoldier iu the 3rd Ken tucky Cavalry wxo many years deceased Aunt Kitas Mrs Stidum was familiarly md was quite a favorite with aX Trbo knew her and her many friflclnINUIdousfothe restoration of ir mantel derangement Kdfw I have recwvw Jhi Auditors cer tificate of the taiw of Ohio county and am ready to ttect same Un der the new rtTenut Uiw enacted by the recent Leubfettirs I will be compelled to have ail taxes collected at an earlier date than ever before so have the mnucy ready to settle at firtcall 8 BooARTLl Shsritr Ohio Co For Sale 500 busheJs of I5d corn Apply tou A Andursntt Hartford Ky NoticE to Tax aijcrS The taxpayers f Ti county will takenotice that tb revenue law has been changed by acted tho Legisla ture of 190G Secliorv 30 provides as ollows AH State G wy artf District tax shall be due and payable on and after the find lJd MardI after thb assessment std all taxpayers whose taxes areoteaiden the first day of Novembet r the ame are due shall bv 1l ntcJ deirn rents and such faxtsAaIJ tear interest at the rate of six jxtr cent per annum frpm the first day of November in tli ycarfollojn1 twcrpsre3sment of such taxes shall rftj it penalty of six por centum atJdUfcral OIL the taxes dueand tmnpthlISection 21 imvvtei raraong other n usedthisR water front which has more anyUher Cltl lakes the oo r z = n 0 t i I things as follows Within fifteen days after any the Sheriff or collector of the coon + v 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 due the State County or District in his office and recorded in the book- purposeSection as follows The County Clerk shall within ten days after the list is filed issue a tax warrent against each delinquent in the name of the Commonwealth of Kentucky The tax war rant shall be addressed to theSheritf of the county commanding him to collect of the delinquent the taxes interest penalty and cost and to sell the estate of the delinquent or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the tax cost penalty and interest of the tax warrantSection 30 provides among other things as follows Any Sheriff failing to certify to the County Court Clerk a list of the 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 delinquent 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 the taxpayers to pay but under the law it makes it my duty to report the delinquents to the County Clerk and I will be compelled to do so Unless the taxes are paid on or before the First day of November 190C In view of these acts I must insist upon the payment of the tatfea at once You are therefore urged to pay your taxes at once and save the extra cost and expense that will be added if you fail to pay Yours very respectfully R B MAitTlN I Sheriff of Ohio County Ky C4STOn4 I t For SaJe Only By- E P BRO iBEAVER DAM KY jgt Visit Our Ii DEPARTMENT iYou arc heartily invited to call today and inspect 9the most wonderful cooking apparatus in the o- t worldmade almost indcstructablc made of malleable and charcoal iron The MAJESTIC be ing tc only Stove made of malleable and charcoal iron you can readily see that if quality is consid ered the MAJESTIC is jn a class all alone We want you to call if you intend to buy or not as the information gained will serve you in the future The time will come when you will buy a mAJESTIC t full ineof KCooking Stoves in coif11oA 1ai1JJVJ4rJVJ1lViIeVIJ U1JeJaEaaEaJJV7Ja7aaL UeJVJVjGVJtJ1EJeaVNa1 HardIinsburg usiheginsI BoUgTJIl81utun BARNES STOVE Carried Stock uu COMING SOON Col M L Clark- sCombined ShowsFIVE BIG SHOWS COMBINED jH u COLOSSAL CIRCUS MAMMOTH MENAGERIE MUSEUM WILD WEST AND ROYAL ROMAN HIPODROME An Imperial Collection I of Rare Wild Beasts I The most notable menagerie ever exhibited in this country Stupendous and unprecedented gathering of all the most interesting rare and costly specimens of the animal life of everycountry I 5Ij Drove oI CometsE- lnU i I I Le Animals n Always the Best Best All Ways e IS PLJNINY CLOWNS15Undor the leadership of such Kings of Momus as Berretta Judge and Renalzo If it isnt Clarks it isnt a Circus 300 PEOPLE AND HORSES 300 Largest Overland Show on Earth greatIthepampasA CIRCUS OF THE SOUTH The Cot M L Clark Show is the only large circus now touring that owns its origin to the Southland its found er anti owner having been born and reared among the old bayous of Louisiana GORGEOUS AND MAGNIFICENT FREE STREE PARADE An original departure a mighty moving panorama of the opulent splendor of the earths rarest glories The processional amazement of the century t MAGNIFICENT EXHIBITION greatestiOne Big Gala Day Rockport Wednesday August 1 Centertown Thursday August 2 Hartford Priday August 3 I q