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Digital page images are linked to the text file. che a rb flqublkan Fine Job Work a Specialty I VOL HARTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 1904 No30I FURY OF THE WINDS Cyclone Wipes Town of Narrows From the Face of the Earth Narrows Ky Ftb 10 Abiuts Sunday morning a cyclone of fearful energy swept down upon Narrow and In the twinkling of an eye the 1 hamlet was In ruins arliring escaped partial or total destrm a tlon and though no lives were lost a score ol persons escaped as If by 1 r miracleThe property losses will amount to hilly 15000 distributed a follows F Renfrow Co stock 01 Joods a damaged 7000 Fitzhttgh Renlriv brick business house total wrecl 4000 II Davlson one busine houss total wreck and one business house and a dwelling damaged ionf II C Powers damage to stock barn and sawmill 2000 Robert Duf residence not quite completed 1new demolished 2000 John P i Johnson residence entirely deatrayec 1000 B P Petty damage to stock o groceries 100 Roy Armendt damaged to house and btock of furniture 100 Allle Wympsatt damage to bus iness house 100 Other losses In damages to residences and outbuilt ings will exceed 2000 The covered s wooden bridge across Rough river was literally riven into splinters The three story brick buslnes house 30x83 feet occupied by F Renfrow Co general merchants was razed to the very ground love scarcely one brick being left upon ar oth r and the stock of goods wort 12000 by recent invoice were taker piece by piece from the shaptles moss ol brick and mcrlnr Sunday The clothing department was on the third floor and many garments were found In the tree tops on the hill eas of the town and a coat and vest wet found In Trio Harrisons yard two miles away The narrow escape Irom death ol a number of persons arc not perhaps the least Interesting Incidents of the d storm Only five minutes before tht destruction ol the brick building Fitzhugh Renlrow had gone to the f third floor to better secure some win lows against the approaching storm Frank Berkley the nightwatch reg Istercd time at the door of the brief store about two minutes before It collapsed I and had just entered his resl dence thirty yards away when the storm wrecked It turning it almos over and jamming the doors so the could not be opened To the terror of Imprisonment in a house rapidly r going to pieces In the storm was added that of an overturned and broker I kerosene lamp Fortunately the oil did not ignite and he and his Tamil went out of the house by the panel oI the door from which the wind had al ready blown the glass Bob Dnfl and Bud Lawrence were batching In the A Johnson drug store which war i completely wrecked The front oI the house was wholly blown out and but for a stack of lumber on the eas- tside t of it the walls would have fallen f flat on the ground and crushed to death the sleeping young men Without waiting to dress they ran I over to the brick store for shelter and were shoched to find It a pile of chaos Frank Wade was sleeping In an up stairs room and a window was blown across his bed He started down and when at the head ot the stairway an other window struck his back He said he thought it was hailing glass John Johnson a bachelor living In D small house near the river had an appalling experience with the winds 1 After the storm John was there but the house where was it Not a board marks the spot where It stood John son was in bed when the storm struck his house but so quickly and com pletely were sills body and roof swept away that he does not know how it went or how he escaped with j his life and limbs t The storm seems to have been a to- cal one originating near Dundee three miles below here and to have expended its final energy in destroy ing this village It destroyed Clay Crawfords house and the house ofa i colored man just south of Dundee I and damaged much fencing and outbuildings between that point and this 4 A PUBLIC ENTERPRISE Proposed Macadamized Road to Beaver Dam Public Neces sityRailroad Could be Used Our friend writing from Rockpc to the Herald and speaking of the turnpike road to be built from Hart lord to Beaver Dam says It would be as urjust as it is untrue to suppose that the benefits of such a road would be Hartfords alone It would be equally unjust and untrue to say it is but the wail of a doomed town grasping at straws As a matter of fact Hartford was never more prosperous and independent One Lies but to go upon her streets to see this fact verifiedsee the many new arge and handsome business house fullstocked and hustling with a steady trade see the many new pret ty and substantial dwellings on every band all occupied if not by owpe then by tenant who is paying rat tUng good rents see her aggressive cheerful smiling prosperous citizen full of hope and purpose as urelr marking the prosperity of the town as mercury registers the temperature all proving that Hartford stands in needof neither charity no commiseration This road in truth will be quite as helpful to a large portion of the county in reaching the county seat upon the one hand and a most importai shipping point upon the other as to Hartford Hence even for selfish reason it should be heartily endorse by the people upon the principle of a great good to a great number which in the nature ot things must redound to the good oi all So proceed with your rat klllini and dont hesitate to ask county ald N6pubHcspirIteactizen would withhold aid to an undertaking which promises such benefits directly to the many and Indirectly to all And now listenas Sherley ul the 5th District would sa when the work Is safely launched and while Hartford Is enjoying this refreshingly lucid interval let her take the initiative to build a trollc line from Fordvllle vn of Hartfoi and Centertown to Rockport This would not only afford these large and Important sections much needed facil ties for reaching the court house and shipping their surplus but gle HArtlord nlmof unequaled trade ad vantages by thus betng brought into clr s connection with two more competing lines those of the Texas rail road and Green river This is not ill Under every foot of land this line would traverse there lie veins coal richer than the fabulous gold gelds of Alaska That Western Ker tucky coal is to be fully developed in 1the near luture there can be no sort if question Conditions are rapidly forcing our mineral wealth to the rout We cannot stay the tide it we would Soon we shall see the smok 9and spires of the coming Plttsburg of Kentucky and if it is not to be Rock port then let It be Hartford whoa orts first protected our pioneers and whose past so redolent of precious nemories Is as sweet as an anthem md whose future is as eecureas can be nade by prodigal naturea noble tonorable aggressive manhood and a womanhood so superior and deserv ng that I for lack of art must yield Its praise to more skillful hands New Hall and Opera The fraternal Lodges of Red Men and Odd Fellows of McHenry wlllii the near future begin the erection of a new hall which promises to be a monument to the thriving little city It Is to be of brickforty feet wide and ighty feet long and two stories high The second story will be used by the two lodges as a hall for their regular lodge work The first or ground roon will be finished in style for a mam moth opera ball The estimated cost of the building Is from four to five thousand dollars and will occupy the lot on which the old hall stood when burned about twc weeks ago a OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PASTY IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT XVI CongressmAn BALTIMORE SWEPT BY FLAME Cut Their Way Through 25 Blocks DestroyingTwen tyFive Hundred Buildings Loss Cannot Be Accurately Esti mated for Weeks But Will Probably Reach 300 000000 Baltimore Md Feb 8The city of Baltimore Is staggering under II fire loss which no one has the temeri ty to put in figures The importan commercial district is blackened in ruins laid bare by a conflagatloi which raged without a momentary check from 1045 n m Sunday anti late in the afternoon today At 3 oclock the city officials agreed tha the flames were under control The residence section of the city esIcaped and this phas of the relieved the city officials from an thought other than that of saving propertyThroughout the terrible contest ir which the firemen and fire waged for supremacy humanity was band tapped by a gale which carried the burning brands over hotels workers ind beyond the reach of hundreds 01 streams of water which poured rote the raging furnaces and but for the work of the volunteers in seeking out md extinguishing these embers it Is almost certain the burned area would ae twice larger than It Is The insurance companies have opened temporary offices in the Lex ngton hotel but decline to estimate the loss The answer of one Is typical of all Its too big We have no figur to describe it Make it above one hundred million Thats the best we can do- The same decision is true in regard to the estimates concerning irsur ace The city wasearly placed under nartial law Thus all danger of loot ng in the doomed district has been eliminated The dynamite explosions were con taut today The program adopted last night in blowing up buildings inn attempt to stay the progress of the lames continued until the fire was under control Then the dynamiters urned their attention to razing ot the ottered walls which threatened tc ollapse With the fire under control the blackened waste which lies in the wake of the sea of flames presents a view terrible in its pyrotechnic randeur It can be likened to oceans of great coke ovens each shooting out its thousand tongues of flames rom pyramids of brick atone and cement The loss cannot be accurately estimated for weeks for business men who were prosperous Sunday morning are poor today The loss will probably reach 300000000- It is estimated the number of persons thrown out of work will reach fifty thousand Inspectorof Buildings Preston placed the building loss at 150000000 All over the burned district the firemen are still fighting the fierce flames still alive in large lies of ruins The absence of disorder and confusion is remarkable This dire fact is because the burned territory has been placed under mill tary control- The policemen sent here from Washington Wilmington and Philadelphia have been relieved All or- the saloons were ordered closed and there is no drunkenness of men The fire was remarkable in the lack oi isuallties So far only one person has been killed and the number eated in the hospitals will not be more than fifty The dead man was a fireman crused by H falling wall No one else was seriously Injured The water and food supply is causing uneasiness and it is believed ad CAUGHT BY THE GRIP RELEASED BY PERUNA Congressman Geo H Whites Case A Noted Sculptress Cured The world of medicine recognizes Grip as epidemic ca tarrh tedlcal Talk ttxXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX GRIPPE is epidemic catarrh It LA spares no class or nationalty Tho cultured and tho ignorant tho aristocrat and tho pauper tho masses and the classes aro aliko subject to la grippe Nono Bro exemptsall aro liable Ilavo you tho grip Or rather has tho grip got you Grip Is well named Tho original French term la grippe has been shortened by tho busy Ameri can to road II grip Without intending to do so a new word has been coined that exactly describes tho case As if some hideous giant with awful Quiz had will be rushed from New York to avoid a suffering famineIAt the request the chamber of commerce the city council tonight passed an ordinance thirIItyFACTORY DESTROYED Considerable Damage Done bl Windstorm Near Island Island Ky Feb loA severe windand rain storm passed through this neighborhood Sunday morning about 4 oclock doing considerable damage to buildings fencing and trees Among the buildings dam aged s far reported is Finals Kirt leys stock barn which was blown down with over thirty head of stocl in it The stock escaped injury The barns of W J Medders and I E Eaton were unroofed Several ten ant houses were moved off their foundations and the large tobacco factory of L M Patterson Son at Point Pleasant was demolished Part of one of the chimneys to I T Nails house was blown down and much valuable timber was destroyed Mrs J F Wallace Dead Mrs J F Wallace died at her home near No Creek at 630 oclock Wednesday morning after a lingering illness of consumption Funeral serv ices were conducted by Rev J W Cantrillat the No Creek church at 10 oclock yesterday after which in terment took place at the Carson burying ground t4 Subscription 1 a Year x XI xxx XXXII XXXXXXXXIYYXXX clutched us in its fatal clasp Men women children whole towns and citie aro cancht in the baneful grip of a ter rlblo monster Perutm for Grip Mrs Theophilo Schmitt wife of th ExSecretary of tho German Consulate writes tho following letter from 311 Wabash avenue Chicago 111 I suffered this winter with a sever attack of la grippe After using thre bottles of Feruna I found tho grip ha I disappeared Mrs T Schmitt i BOOK BILL NOW LAW Governor Beckham Does Not Exercise Veto Power Another Text Book Bill to be In troducedChief Executive States His Objections Frankfort Ky Feb 9Governor Beckham said last night that he allowed the Can trill school book bill to become a law because it provides for uniformity ot text books and maxi mum rates although it ifl drawn in I the interest of the school hook ringI The ten day Unit expired on the bill yesterday and it became a law without the Governors signature Representative Newman will offer a a bill in the house tomorrow which will be anamendment to the Cantrill bill Gov Beckham said that the- Ca trlll bill was passed In the inter est of the American Book Trust He said the American Book Company had certain provisions inserted in the bill The Governor declared that the joy over the passage of the bill by certain members of the house ought to be sufficient to convince people I that it was loaded He said the I the same lobby was at Frankfort this I winter that had fought school book legislation since 1898 and it way the manse lobby that pursued William Goebel I Governor Beckham objects to the alll because it allows existing con tracts to remain in vogue for two pears He wants all contracts can celled at once v lMqamn n71ri rAfi b Mrs Celeste Coven write from 219 IT avenue Aurora 111 Only thoso who havo Buffered with la grippe and been cured can appreciate how grateful I feel that such a splendid medicine as Foruna has boon placed at tho door of every suffering person Mrs 0 Covell Noted Sculptress Cured of Grip Mrs M 0 Cooper of tho Royal Acad omy of Arts of London England now residing In Washington DO is ono of the greatest living sculptors andpainters oftho world Shosays J- UI tako pleasure In recommending Pe runa for catarrh and la grippe I havo suffered for months and after the use of ono bottlo of Pcruna I am entirely well Mrs M C Cooper I D L Wallace a charter member of tho International Barbers Union writes from 15 Western avenue Minneapolis Minn Following a sovcro attack oflagrippe I seemed to bo affected badly all over Ono of my customers whowas greatly helped by Peruna advised mo to try it and I procured a bottlo tho same day Now my head Is clear my nerves are steady I enjoy food and rest well Po tuna has been worth a dollar a dose t- omoDL Wallace Lieutenant Clarico Hunt of the Salt Lako City Barracks of tho Salvation j Army writes from Ogdon Utah 11 Two months ago Iwas suffering with so severe a cold that couldhardly speak 11 Our captain advised me to try Pe Tuna and procured a bottle for mo and truly It worked wonders Within two weeks I was entirely well Glarlc Hunt Congressman Vhltea letter Tarboro N C Gentlemen I am more than sats fled with Peruna and find It to be aa excellent remedy for the grip end ca tarrh I have used It In my family and they all Join me in recommending It as an excellent remedy Qedrso H White Member of Congress i Mrs T W Collins Treasurer Independent Order of Good Templars of Everett Wash writes I After having a severe attack of la grippe I continued in a feeble condition even after the doctors called mo cured My blood seemed poisoned Pcruna cured moMrs T W Collins If you do not derive prompt and satin factory results from tho uso of Penraa writo at once to Dr Hartman giving n full statement of your caso and ho will o bo pleased to give you his valuablo ad e vico gratis d Address Dr Hartman President oi Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O FREE TRIP TO WORLDS FAIR How the Candidates Stand In the Inquirers Contest OHIO COUNTY Miss Alma Ford 649 Miss Mabel Miller 637 Miss Myrtle Day 530 Miss Irene WJilttinghlll 400 Miss Sallie Coppage 320 Miss Sudle Felix 320 Miss Ellen Gorman 224 Miss Llllle Cantrlll 220 Miss Anna Bennett 217 Miss Eth l Hunter212Mi- ss Mallssa Roby 210 Miss Lelia Marshall 200 Miss Oma Maddox 200 Miss Pauline Dawson 100 t Misses Thomas Entertain The Misses Thomas gave a pro resMve Euchre party at their home 7 Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 6 oclock The house was beautifully decorated with holly and mistletoe relieved by masses of roses and chrysanthemum Mrs J R Phipps won the first prize Miss Margaret Gunther the second and Mrs R E L Simmerman the booby Delightful refreshment were served and a most pleasant afternoon was spent Those who played were Mes lames R E L Simmerman John R hipps Randall T Collins Ernest S Birkhead and Misses Mary illzibeth Nail Henrietta Gunther Pearl Thomas Belle Warner largaret Gunther Stella Etta and yllie Thomas Burcomb Render of color was fined 5500 and cost in Judge Millers court Tuesday It WPS adjudged that he should work out the fine if same 4 vas not paid f a ii 4j j- z1 r SCORED 1TTERSON Both Beckham and Bryan Reiuowned Editor i Rumor Says the Incident is the Starting Point of Another Democratic Breech The impressive memorial services In honor of William Goebel which were held last Wednesday by the General Assembly at which William J Bryan was a guest of honor closed at night with a speech by Mr Bryan in the Opera House In introducing Mr Bryan Governor Beckham criticised Henry Watter son of the Courier Journal for what hetermed a gratuitous insult to Mr Bryan The Governor said Mr Bryan is the first citizen ot the United States He has twice led the National Democratic party and although he was not successful he la as much beloved today as he was in 1895 and is welcomed by Kentucky Democracy notwithstanding the fact that the editor of the CourierJournal has seen fit to offer him a gratuitous insultThe language of the Governor coupled with what Bryan said in his speech is considered a declaration of war between Governor Beckham as a free silver leader and it is predicted that a fight between these two elements will be made to control the na tional convention in St Louis Gov ernor Beckhams speech was unex pected and has created much gossip hereBryan was warmly received Be fore Bryan spoke the light were turn ed out for an Instant and as they re turned a life sze picture of Goebel came into view and was cheered In introducing his address Bryan took a rap at Watterson comparing him to the infamous Greeg Chilodenea a character in QuoVadls who sold himself repeatedly to the highest bid der but at the end of his life confessed i Christ and died repentant Mr Bryan said that he did not believe in total depravity and hoped that Mr Watterson would finally become a true Democrat and cease to wear out the knees of flis trousers crawling af ter the pie wagon In further alluding to Mr Watter son he said most people had heard of Wattersons lecture on Money and Morals and he declared that Walter son had neither He said McKinleys Indictment of Grover Cleveland in which he said Cleveland made money the master of men he believed was correctly drawn Referring to Goebel Bryan said his murder was encompassed by corpor ate influences that had determined he should never be Governor He said the man who wrote Goebel that he should never be Goveron was alive now and his name was mentioned in connection with the Chairmanship of the Democratic National Committee Bryan said he did not want a reor j ganization of the Democratic party because he did not want the party to take the chance of falling into the hands of the money powers Com mercialism in politics he declared was now the greatest menace t the country He said he heard of one precinct in Delaware where all the votes were bought and one auctioned off brought 5000 He said the money question was no more dead now than it was in 1896 and discussed at length the trusts and monopolies Are You Restless at Night And harassed by a bad cough Use Ballards Horehound Syrup it will secure you sound sleep and ef fect a prompt and radical cure 25c 50c and 100 bottle at J H Williams druggists m A Boys Curiosity If an old story be true the curiosity of a little boy led to the invention of the telescope that remarkable glass which reveals the wonders of the heavens to our eyes I suppose that we all know that Galileo first con structed and used a telescope for scien tific purposes but some one else first conceived the idea of one Now here is a story which I think interesting enough to tell you Many years ago there lived in far away Holland an optician He had three children all of whom loved to play about and watch him as he Eat at his bench working His little boy especially thought it great fun to look through theglasses his father used in his work Manyof them had such odd shapes and often as he held them up to the sun he could make lovely rainbows on the floor and walls It chanced one memorable day that he had taken two glasses and standing In the street just out side the shop he held both to his eyes at the same time All at once it seemed that the face of the great clock which he knew to bs several block away was right before him For A moment he was frightened How had the clock come so near he wondered He winked his eye very hard and looked at it without the glasses There it was in its usual place so far away that ho could scarcely see its hands But it was so near he said to himself It seemed just across the street These glasses must have made it look that way I must find out why So being a bright boy be fat down on the step to think it out He tried first one glass and then the other Still the clock was far away Then he turned the glass es in all directions with no better suc cess but quite suddenly at he was holding both in one hand he siw the clock right before him again Oh I know I know he cried joyfully Father come come Of course his father went out in a great hurry not knowng what the trouble might be When he did find out he too thought it was very won derful and so he set to work to make an instrument which would make distant objects seem near To do it he had to use two glasses one con cave and the other convex When the great Galileo heard of It he sld How happy I could be if I might have an instrument strong enough to make the stars seem near and after much labor he succeeded So you see what a great and important dsiovery the action of this small boy led to for without the telescope we would have learned very little about the stars or the sun or the moon Exchange WEAK AND LOWSPIRITED A Correspondent Thus Dls cribes His Experience I can strongly reccommend Her bine as a medicine of remarkable efficacy indigestion loss of ap petite sour taste in the mouth pal pitation headache drowsiness after meals with distressing mental depres sions and low spirits Herbine must be a unique preparation for cases such aa mine for a few loses entirely removed my complasnts I wonder at people going on suffering or spending their money on worthless things when Herbine is procurable and so cheap 50c a bottle at J H Williams druggists m Inventions in Printing World The effect of the extraordinary tivity in invention and improvement in the printing world since 1880 has been twofold To the printer him self it has been Injurious rather than helpful to the public it has been of Incalculable advantage and has been a potent factor in elevating the stand ards of good taste DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis covered after years of byDrnent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglame I bles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need It has 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 of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous I offer In this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer CoBlng hamton N Y The regular fifty cent and nome ot swamjvnoot druggistsDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN I L rr +ra GAMBLING HELLS Quaint old Macao Famous for Its Gaming Tables The Portuguese City Has a Most Active Rival to the Celebrat ed Casino atMonte Carla Quaint and picturesque is the old Portuguese cityof Macao which though decaying and almost mori bund settlement from the commercial point of view is says Mr Eutacc ReynoldsBalis the seat ot a highly lucrative gambling industry over a score of licensed gambling house pay a tax in the aggregate ot some 170 000 a year to the government Macao has beeen and is still chief ly celebrated for its gaming tables which are crowded by Chinese and Portuguese and from Saturday to Monday by Britishers from Hong Kong who prefer having a flutter at the game if it can be BO called of fan tan Instead of going to the service at HongKong cathdral The rambling hells are in the Chinese quarter and are by no means attractive as regards exterior or interior They are of course licensed by the Portugurst authorities indeed the taxes im posed on these gambling deny con sti tute one of the principal sources of revenue of the city The gambling houses are usually of one story only and on the ground floor fhich you enter at once from the street there being no hall or ante room you Hind an ill lighted and illventilated room same thirty feet by fifty feet the sole furniture of which is a table about six feet high Before the croupits usually the pro prietor is a small pile of cash In the middle of the table is a large slab of zinc divided into four sections numberedone two three and four The punters stake their stakes on one of the sections but the richer players are careful not to indicate the amount of the stake and wrap their money up in rice paper though even then a most ik lied croupier would find it difficult with so many eyto watching his manipulation of the cash to add to his legitimate profits by cheating The ground fljor room is crnvded with lower cliss natives and a prink ling of foreigners but in the baconi s which surround the gambling hell are collected the members of the Chints haute monde mandarins and other functionators who can join in the game unpectivcd by the common heard belowi The pass their stakes to the croup ier in small baskets which are lowered and raised by a cord When all the stakes have been laid down the zinc tablet by this time is quite con cealed by little heaps of coins and little pilllike pellets which contain the stakes of the more curtious gamblers auspicious of the dexterity of croupiers in manipulating the cashthe croupier calls out the Chinese equivalent of Messieurs le jeu est faith He indicates this as well by icoverlng his own heap of cash by a brass bowl and begins slowly and dellberaately to draw out four cash at a time with a chopstick in each hand His move ments are purposely deliberate so aa to impress the punters with the fact IIthat there is no deception Ulti mately the heap is reduced to one two or three cash or nothing remains The winning stakes are at once paid in proportion to three times the stakes less the bankers commission of tea per cent to those who have backed the winning numbers one two three or four the latter number only win ning when no cash remains in the heap alter division The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insignif leant cut r punny boils have paid the the death penalty It is wise to have Buckleus Aanica Salve every handy Its the best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threat en Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store m TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAYITake Laxative llruino IJnlnlne TalilctH All druggists refund the money lilt fnlln to cure W Iru VUH HlKimttini In on ench box if Hello Girls Get Bald A Irrge proportion of telephone girls employed by the big companies in New York give up their places rather than incur the risk of becoming partly bald says a New York paper The effect of the steel baud or l i iL hood which telephone operators wear over their head is mainly noticeable In the case of those who have scanty hair On b ys who act as telephone operators it is even mote noticeable than with girls One bnywho oper ates a switchboard in n 1irge office in the Morton building is almost entire ly bald in a bind running front one side of his head to another He has been at the telephone switchboard for two years and now wears a cushion underneath the steel hood to protect his head from the pressure An Early Riser A strong healthy active constitu tion depends largely on the condition oi the liver Tho famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Ris ers not only cleanses the system but they strengthen the action of the liver and rebuild the tissues supporting the organ Little Early Risers are easy to act they never gripe and yet they are absolutely certain to produce results that are satisfactory in all cases Sold by Z Wayne Griflin Bro ni A Reliable Hen A hen cant plow hoe cotton or split wood but she can get there just the same She dont cost more than a drink of whisky and a plug of tobacco and she can make eight per cent in tenst on twentyfive dollars in a year and pay her board besides The fel low who thinks a hen cant snake money dont know anything about hen Take an old speckled hen for instance thats had no raising at all One thats ben thrown out of the corn crib knocked ofl the porch with a broom and chased out of the garden by a worthless pup Just take that sort of an oldfashioned hen and letis see She lays nt least twentyfive eggs on a stretch and then goes to sitting on thirteen of her eggs The other dozen pays for her keeping while she turus eggs into chickens and while she is scratching for them after they are hatched and before being weaned That sort of a hen generally raise about eight of H brood that sell for two dollars But we must knock offgi for raising and put only i to the credit of oM Spec who loafs a while and then repeats the performance and again we have another dollar to the credit of our hen Will Its now midsummer and she loafs a while aid then slit takes another quarter of a hundred eggs aud then sets again and brings on a tall brood that sills as before and we credit her with another i of pro duce for another hatch of eight chick ens which makes three dollars to her credit over and above all expenses Then she laS a little more and sheds her feathers and knocks about and scratches for a living until towards the holidays when she takes another spell of laying and lays a good lot of eggs by Christians and quits but dont set because it is too cold But along about February she starts again and lays right sharply for a monthor more untill she is around to the time where she storied in last year and in footing up we find she has paid all expenses and three dollars besides in twelve months A pretty good show ing for a twentyfive cent henEx change F E B We heard a man say the other rooming that the abbreviation for FebruaryFebmeans Freeze every body and that man looked frozen in his ulster It was apparent that he needed the kind of warmth that stays the warmth that reaches from head to foot all over the body We could have told him from personal knowl edge that Hoods Sarsaparilla gives permanent warmth it invigorates the blood and speeds it along through artery and vein and really fits men and women boys and girls to enjoy cold weather and resist the attack of disease It gives the right kind of warmth stimulates and strengthens at the same time and all its benefits are lasting There may be a sugges tion in this for you If you know anything tell Trig RE PUBLICAN about it If you have been anywhere tell TIlE REPUHMCAN about it If anyone makes you a visit tell Tilt REPOCLICAN about it If you are going to get married fell TIlE RE PUBLICAN about it If any of your friends contemplate matrimony tell TILE REPUBLICAN about it THE RE ruBLiCAN is in the market for news and nnnts to know everything that going one 7Alr3T0 IIYABears theThuRind You Have Always Bought Signature lAof I I I qIIII yJ MARRIAGE LAWS ABROAD Don nrcnch of ProiuUc CUlleN Ae Averted In IlntiRiirr There nro runny curious and interesting facts regarding the marriage and divorce laws of foreign countries said U J Brown who recently return cd from a trip abroad where ho lumln a study of tho question Drenches of promise are averted In Hungary by an express declaration of the civil marriage act that the relations created by a betrothal do not give tho right to command the conclusion of n marrlago but If either party with draws from an engagement without just reasons ho or she Is bound to grant compensation to the extent of time outlay Incurred Divorce in the English senso does not exist but tho courts can deorou tho porsounl separa tion of n married couple without dis solving the hands of matrimony A curious law prevailing In Franco provides thnt before being married children of n family although over age shall seek In respectful and form al terms the advice of their father anti mother It makes no difference however whether the consent of paronts Is given for the couplo can bo married n month niter under any circumstances This is also tho ease In the Nether lands A dlvorco further entitles the Innocent party to recover all the press ents ho or she may have made According to the constitution of the Netherlands tho civil marring must always precede the religious coromony The latter Indeed is left entirely to the conscience of the parties concern ed There Is also a law providing thnt no man or woman under thirty cau marry without the consent of parents If the consent bn refused the couple have to appear before n judgu who advises them as he thinks best Many countries have now abolished all marriage fees This Is the caso In Norway while In the Netherlands cer tale days In the week are set apart when pmous mummy be married without PIImcut1Indianapolis News BENTON AND BARNUM flow the SkiMrmnii Cot n lice Ad Front the Htntmninn James G Ulalne said that utter Fir mont became famous as a pathfinder Benton who had opposed his marriage with his dunuhtcr Jessie bicumo recon cllwl with his Bonlnlaw mind took great pride In hIt achluruments as a western explorer Time square on the southern side of Pennsylvania avenue now occupied by Center market wins thou used an u show ground for circuses and other peripatetic exhibitions About UtU tltnv P T Haniiiin was beKlnnliiK hU ca reer as a showmnu null us Colonel ion ton was walking down Pennsylvania avenue opposite this show ground lie was attracted hy the words John C Fremont uttered In a loud voice by a showman standing at the door of a small tent In front of which was a gum rlsh caricature of a notxlescrlpt ani null supposid to represent the woolly horse discovered by Fremont In the recesses of the Itocky mountains lienton stalked across the avenue and HstoiuHl with great disgust to time state ment by Itanium who Was his own doorkeeper mind solicitor that Inside the tent could be found time jjroateft natural curiosity III the world the woolly horse captured by General Fre mont rind now on exhibition Benton denounced liarnum as nu Im postor mud denied that his soululaw had discovered any such animal liar mum who did not know Iknton told him flippantly to pay his quarter and go Into the show or make less uolso whereupon tho indignant statesman culled upon the polled to arrest Ham emu and a largo crowd assembled to witness tho extraordinary steno Tho police refused to Interfere and Darnum received a free advertisement much to lily gratification and profit Goorgo G Vest in Philadelphia Post A Problem For tho Uollund TftTcl r In passing through tho narrow crook ed little streets of Lccuwordon I chanced upon a sign that held my attention and compelled thought It read L v d Zwaan Morgen Wckker This Is faultless Dutch for Morning Wakcr and it signifies that L v d Zwaan will for a paltry sum loafs his bed In the frosty hours of oarly morn- Ing and putting sweet sloop behind him arouse his slumberous clients Truly a worthy culllngl Yot ten mo you who are versed In occult things who or what la this somnolent land wakes tho morgen wekkerEdward Penfleld In Scrlbnera IIU Advice Youre neglecting your business the old man declared I admit It tho young man replied frankly The fact la Im engaged and naturally tho girl gets my elms and thoughtsFor sake marry her advised the old man Then youll have no trouble keeping away from ber Chicago Post Statistic What do statistics show Inquired tho man who was warming up to his subjectAs rule answered the man who is always doubtful they dont show much except patience and industry on the part of the man who collected them Washington Star raven Worse I cannot slug the old songs war bled the young woman at the piano But this was small relief for the new outs she suing wore even worse Chi cago Tribune 4 1 WeakHearts N I Are due to Indigestion Nlnetynlno of everyone hundred people who have heart troubln can remember when It was simple Indigestion It Is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indigestion All food taken into the stomach which fails of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This interferes with the action of the heart and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr DKiublaof Nevada Owys I had stomach trouble and was In a bad stata as I had heart trouble with It I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about our months and It cured ma Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottlaionlr SIOO Size holdlnc 2M times the trio size which sells 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COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY Hy Hpeoliil iirriiiKiiiioiit you run pot Tins liE iumicAN mud thu Weekly CourlorJour nnl both one vrnr for only 81no- Tliln IM far rnnli milincrllKTH only Alt sub Men pllohs uhdsr this coiiiiI thin offer must bo sent through TUB ItuiumirvN olllco I Kodol Dyspepsia CureDigests what you eat R i i I t DIVERS AFTER PEARLS I VTheir Work is Deadly and They Do Not Live Long PeArl fishers do not live hump They often dive to a depth of too fet- or more and the strnln wtnrs then out before their lives nre half over From this depths n diver usually brings two oyster shells each trip It Is on the mother of pearl in then that the European depends lor hli A sure profit Penrls nre plums1 which only occaniimnlly loll to his lot Divers work lot n WORC and 01 the shells brought up nre the property of the employer In Studies In Brown Humanity laugh Cllfiord de scribes Malay pearl fishers They an char on the oyster beds or ns near them as possible he says and the diving takes place twice a day All the boats are mnnned at morning and evening and the Sulu boy row them out to the point selected for e the days opeiationa The white mat 1rn charge always roes with them In order to keep an eye upon the shells to resuscitate exhausted divers And generally to look alter his own Inter estB Presently a man lowers hlmnel slowly over the side takes a long r deep breath and then turning hear downward swims into the depths his Units showing dimly In frogllkc motions until il the water he very deep he is completely lost to sight In a few minutes he come Into view Again his face atralning upward yeatlng with extended neck for thi air that he now needs so sorely Hli hands cleave the water in strong downward trckes his lorm grow momentarily mote dibttnct until tin tense expression ol his stAring tlixedrl Is plainly visible Then the julet surface ot the sea splashes in A thousand drops of sun steeped Hghl as his head tears through It and his bursting lunge expelling the impris onedsir draw in the breath whirl they crave in long hard Rasp If the dive has been a deep one a little blood may be seen to trickle from nose nod mouth nnd ears At times ever the eye sockets ooze blood the result of fearful pressure to which the diver has ben subjected Big ValentineYear Valentines according to the unusu at activity of fancy goods houses 01 M New York that deal very largely ir those trifles are to cut a wide swath thUJjeu One house alone that does an extensive business In this line bas sold hundreds ol thousands of dollars worth of these sentimental noth tugs The general tendency ot this year n valentines is more towards art pro ducttons that the hideous caricatures and the flimsy lace paper aflairs with bunches ol flowers Cupids and dovr gummed on here and there Arrows nnd hearts Cupid and his effective poetry are still lenders for the epistles of the matchmaking day but productions are most artistic some of then being handsome enough for the recipient to want to keep The omit ten strain may blow in from flo to rs for a valentine If ao he chooses Comics Are as funny as ever but the artistic tonch of the cAricaturists is in evidence Oflensive penny daubs are to be superseded by fitting plcturers that are funny but not singing I Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventative of suicide has been discov ered will interest many A run down system or despondency invaribly precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nerveine will strengthen the nerves and builds up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50c Sat isfaction guaranteed by 7i Wayne Griffin Bro in and Going JComingI William H Taft is a son of the late Atphouso Taft of Cincinnati who was Secretary of War in Gen Grants Cabinet in 1876 Once before have father and son filled this place Simon Cameron having been Secretary of War under Lincoln and James Donald Cameron his son under Grant Secretary Taft is warm ly welcomed in Washington where he is well known He is almost as popular there as he was in the Philip I pines And in the Philippines the peo pie of all classes idolized him It is remarked that with one excep A tion President Roosevelt in filling vacancies in his Cabinet has chosen men who were conspicuous in the McKinley regime Judge Taft was Mr McKinleyn personal selection for Governor of the Philippine Post master General Payne has long teen known ap one of Mr McKinleys fol towers nnd campaign managers nnd Mr Cortelyou had fairly grown up under President McKinley Former Secretary Rout left Wash ington for New York on the day of his retirement after four and one hal years of arduous toll for the government As he stepped into his carriage to drive to the railway station a member of the Cabinet remarked There goes a man who has ccme very near being President of the United States for more than four years Mr Root retires with a great rec ord behind him Not only was he a highly valued general adviser in the Cabinets ol McKinley and Roosevelt but In his own field he achieved ex traordinary results It is sale to say that the country never had n greater or more effective Secretary ol War and it is a common saying among public men In Washington that he inns shown himself to be the ablest allround statesman seen at the Capl tol in a quarter of a century President Roosevelt was not able to coax Mr Root to be chairman of the National Republican Committee and manager of this years campaign but U is understood that he will ask Mr Root to be either the temporary or permanent chairman of the Chicago Convention in which gathering the retiring Secretary is likely to appear as a delegate at large from New York Plenty of men in Washington think EHhu Root will be the Republican candidate for President in I9r 8 Mr Root will alms st at once resume tit practice nl law in New York but will confine himself to counsel work rare ly if everappearing in courtLex ington Leader Now is the time to subscribe for The Hartford Kepublican what nntlirrrd Him Dars one thing bothers mo bout do hereafter said Brother Williams En whats dot Dls tiring er Hvln on milk en bon cy Dont you like It No It always dill rfmmo do dys pepsia Atlanta Constitution It Isnt always wall to take the bull by the horns because under the clr cumstances you cant very woll lot go without trouble Boston Republic An Old Cold Summer and winter spring and au tumn catarrh censes not to afflict a large per cent of the inhabitants ol this country But it is especially luring the winter s awn that catarrh does its most deadly work livery cold wave every wintry biizzird ev cry storm ol sleet snow or rain adds thousands to the annual list of vie rims of chronic catarrh Peruna used promptly to protect against and cure colds is n safeguard against all cats rral dis as s of winter Addn Si The Peruna Medicine Co of Columbus Ohio for a Iree bookon chronic catarrh in its different phases and ttngts O Dt3 TO Rr4Bears theThe Kind You Kara Always Bought Signature iI of A Resourceful Waiter A little story illustrative of the Ingenuity of some colored waiters when they are really up against it is told by Moncure Burke secretary to Engineer Commissioner Diddle at the district building- I went into a nearby pie garden the other day says Mr Burke and ordered a fandwlch and cup of toffee It is one of the rules of this food emporium that the waiter shall write the order on a little slip ol paper and put the price opposite The heck is then paid to the cashier at the desk When I had finished my light repast I picked up the slip placed on the table by the waiter and glancing it it saw written thereon Pie 5e- Coffee sc- cl called to the waiter in curiosity Hey John I didnt have any pie I ate a sandwichThats II right boss he re lied pie and snnwich is both the lame price and I aint so good on ipelling that sanwicb Washing ton Star ETIQUETTE OF WIGSI Dnlil Men With Cnre May Complete tho llln lon They Seek The baldhonded man who Is not resigned to his fate nUll who Is posted onItho etiquette of wig wearing himself with n faithful copy of nature which simulates his poverty instead of lier wealth says the Chicago Tribune For an artistic wig for a man Is usual ly made thin or nearly bald on the crown so us to allay suspicion When tho wig is adjusted to the mans bend the pink scalp shows through the white net of foundation at tho crown thus leaving a modest suggestion of bald ness This Is the first principle of the etiquette of wig wearing claim too lit tie rather than too much of natures covering This principle Is carried to a refine miiit of perfection the man who car afford the luxury of buying several wigs for he may then make tho trap action from baldness to n semblance of his former self cover n space of two or three years nnd thus complete tho de ception which is tho aim of all wearers ofwigsA point In the etiquette of wig wearing Is that one should not wear his wig In bed It Is not proper Some either from motives of extreme vanity or from an unwillingness to shock tho delicate sensibilities of their families sleep In their wigs This prac tice Is condemned unhesitatingly It la unclean One should substitute for the wig worn during the day n simple nightcap of muslin to Inauro one against taking cold In the morning ns tho last touch of perfection to tine toilet the wig should be dellcatoly adjusted and then glued to ones head If this adjustment is carefully made nnd If one is wearing n really fine wig he may dofy both wind and sunlight to betray that things are not what they seem This careful adjustment of tho wig la a most Important point It requires eternal vigilance since a single careless adjustment means ruin Along the edge of the wig of ordinary size are five spots about halt tho slzo of a penny where the paste or gluo Is np plied with which tine wig Is made fast to the head The pasta must be carefully applied since if It cornea In con tact with the hair It destroys Its lifelike appearance A practice generally observed by tho wearers of fine wigs Is that of dressing the hair in A variety of ways Tills Is dcalcnblo since it suggests a natural head of hair yot this practice Is per fectly possible with a really find wig every hair of which Is separately at tached to tho net foundation Dog Cemetery of ParlN Paris has n dog cemetery on an Is land in the Seine A plain grave with out a headstone may be had for 1 nnd tine body Is removed on n llttto wagon for n similar sum The graves are leased not sold Tine charge for five years lease Is 5 for ten 10 for twen ty 15 and for thirty 20 Very strin gent rules forbid the usa of ceremonies or decorations such ns are used at fu nerals No cross may bo erected over an animal or bird for nil pets may be Interred here Tho inscriptions arc of a curious and exaggerated sentimen taUt Toga Dorian the author says on her pots tombstono that if EDO can not accompany tho dear and noblo ani minis aha does not wish for heaven nnd on Kollottes grave a mourner has placed these words My dear Fol lotto thou who wert always faithful and Intelligent wo regret thee much repose In peace Near tho entrance to the cemotery stands a row of battered stones from graves the leases of which have expired A Practical Mind The teacher was endeavoring to give tho class some Idea of tine greatness of this country In a commercial sense Take tho egg product alone she said It is estimated that if alt the eggs produced In tho United States last year were loader Into ono railway train when the engine was pulling Into New ark N J the cabooso would Just be leaving Davenport Ia This seems bard to realize she con tinued but the statistics are compiled by a well known authority A little boy raised his hand What Is it Donald asked the teacherI believe its true Miss Adair ho said One englno couldnt pull that train A Scandal Spoiled Of course ho and his wlfo seem devoted to each other now said the jealous Miss Qausslp but do you think she will always be so true and nil thatr Well replied Miss Kidder I have reason to know that only last night ho bad occasion to set a trap for her All Do you know I suspected some thing They more than suspected They know there wero mice In the house Philadelphia Press Facts Worth Knowing In Germany the goose is the most popular fowl There are but fifty flour mills in all Mexico The average American marries at the age of twentyseven Chestnuts are an important articled food in Italy In no country does the lines of perpetual snow reach the seacost One out of ever four persons who die in London die on public charity The population of Columbia is to that of the United States PS one to twenty Only 19292 sealfkins were taken on the Privil of Islands during the season of 1903 The United Slates now holds second rank among the worlds exporters of boots and shoes The total area nowin the national forest reserves comprises over sixty three million acres In London a million and a quarter persons live on five dollars or less n week for n family of five There are 5147 national banks with authorized capital stock aggre gating 766 million dollars The average cost of labor in the production and preparation of cofie is 4 7 cents a po- undFR SALE We have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowl ing Green Business College or Normalschool department a Scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville For further information call on or address TUB REPUBLICAN Strange Though Not Matchlciia Cheroot is really the most marvel ous smoker I over knew Hundred cigars a day or something like that Oh no Hes temperate enough The remarkable thing Is that he always has matches himself Cincinnati Times Star A Disagreeable habit Old Grutnps Sure that girl loves you instead qf your mone- ySonAbsolutely Why she actually keeps count of the kisses I give her OldGrumps Hum Thats bad She may keep It up after marriage New York Weekly Some young fellows want everything for nothing and when they are older they get nothing for everything Schoolmaster TIlE REPUBLICA is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Work as good as the best and prices as cheapas the cheapest Give us your order and be convinced Ilolmlclnc n Duke An English duke of great wealth and large estates had occasion one day to dismiss one of his laborers As the angry man was turning away he suddenly remembered that tho dukes Indy held n position at court with the queen That was his chance and his cue so he turned round on tho duke Oh yes your grace he said Ill go home But though Im a poor man thank God I never had to send my missis out to servIce as you do yours Ineffectual Amilration Your Uncle Tim is a good deal of a statesman Isnt be Yes said the young man Hes II statesman lIes been tryln to bo n politician for a long time but every time he runs for otflce he 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it has done several other things from which vast numbers of Kentucky citizens withhold their ratification nil manywi condemn outrigh- tIt invited W J Bryan to be present and deliver a lecture before it during the Goebel memorial service Many approved this and the mORt austere will not be able to offer a well founded objection The same Legislature refused to invite President Roosevelt to deliver a lecture in the Legislative Halls for the entertainment of its member No one has seemed to lose his head about this refusal of the excessive partisan Legislature composed of seventytwo Democrats and twenty eight Republicans to do honor tone of the nations most honored and respected sons But when on last Monday the same Legislature passe a resolution and appropriated the peoples money to pay the expeue incurred by Mr Bryan in makin the trip from Nebraska to Frankfoi to make a Democratic speech for the purpose of condemning Henry Wai terson and eulogizing William Goebel who lost his life in a diabolical scheme to capture an office to which he was not elected it seems that it is time for some one to register a pro Think of ittest or some objection The peoples money being squanders by a politically awarfedexcessively partisan and selfish Democratic ma jority in the Legislature in paying for an imported Democratic speaker t Every tax payer is made to contrIb- utei a portion of Bryans expensi money during his last swoop on Kentucky citizenry Do you think you money has been judiciously applied This is only one of the many instane of recklessness indulged in by tbe Legislature in spending the peoples money THE uniform School Bill became a law Monday by limitation andwith out Governor Beckhams signature He says it was passed in the interest of the American Book Company Now listen Didou hear that A Democratic Governor charging that I a Democratic Legislature has passed j t a law in the interest of a great boot company It has been reported that the law was intended to benefit the thousands of Kentucky school chil I dren but our esteemed Governor has the frankness to proclaim that the childrens interest are nothing as comparedwith the rich company that contributes so regularly and liberally f to the winning mans campaign fund A NORTH CAROLINA man received 84500 on account of fifteen eggs be ing thrown at him in a public meet ing This was three hundred dollars per egg which is about the highest price yet noted and there is no probability that the eggs were fresh No telling what the quotation would have been had the eggs been strictly fresh THERE will be no difficulty inDemo cratic ranks in overthrowing Banquos ghost of 1C to 1 but it may not he so easy to dispose of old Banquo himself TIlE most destructive fire but one in the worlds history was that at Bal timore Sunday and Monday Chica gos fire in 1871 was the greatest Din you notice the Greek names which Cols Bryan and Walterson called tack other during the formers recent visit In Kentucky Bryan says that Col WattereonB ecture on Money and Morals is all right except that its author has neith er the one nor the other I A HUNQHY man who steals bread commits no crime according to a re cent decision of a Cleveland Ohio judge A SOFT answer tunetb away wrath as a Japanese tarpedo turneth over a war vessel r +r r PROPOSIMONS are made in Kentucky to disfranchise the negroes lu Mississippi they are burned at the stake CANT Bryan and Cleveland playa friendly game of mumblypeg to decide which of them should have the nomination it Now if the price of eggs and the mud wouldonly settle down a little CALAMITY seems to be nonse ioual this yea- rAPPELLATE DISTRICTS Redistricting Bill Passes the HouseSix of Seven Dis tricts Will be Safely- Democratic Frankfort KyFeh gThe house today took the first step toward mak- Ing solidly and safely Democratic six jf the seven Appellate Court district The A S Thompson Appellate Redistricting Bill was reported to the Souse after it bad been recommitted hus putting it In a position to come ip on Its passage There was some ittle skirmishing on the part of a ew Representatives whose counties are changed from one district to another but as comparatively few hangts are made and as the effect of he bill is to make all but one of the districts more safely Democratic the opposition except Republicans was slight First DistrictHenderson county Is aken out and Muhlenburg county is added Second DIstrictCumberland county is taken out and Henderson county is added Third District Whltley county is taken out and Cumberland county 1s ddedFourth DistrictNo change Is iade Jefletson conuty constituting the district Fifth District Laurel Clay Kno and Owsley are taken out and notl is addedSixth DistrictBath and Elliott are ddedSeventh DistrictBath and Elliott are taken out and Owsley Clay Lau reI Knox and Whitley are added UNION GROVE KY Feb roRev Coy filled his regular appointment at Lone Star church aturday and Sunday Rev D J K Maddox who has- been very low Is reported no better at- this writing Eddie Heflln Miss Lena Brown and Miss Pee Heflln attended Waltons Cretk church last Wednesday night Miss Dona Cooper was the quest of Lena Render Sunday Lena Render is the guest of MIRE Janie Render this week Mrs S C Bennett who has been- on the sick list tor a few days is some betterMr Hurbert Myres was the gues of his uncle Mr T R Bishop Sun dayMiss Carrie Rowe has the measles TAYLORTOWN KY Feb loMr Will Taylor one 0- 1our boys is attending School at Bowling Green Mr J W Jones one of Park Citys clerk is at home this week Elder Jno P Tucke closed a weeks meeting at Pleasant Valley last Sunday night Mr Joe Barnes from Butler county came over yesterday to see his daughter Mrs Lummie Hope and sick andchildrenMiss Cox daughter of Rev W D Cox of Central City and Miss Ruth Adcox visited Mr Bird Hoped wife one day last week returning next day Miss May Tichenor visited friends In Taylortown 1 st week returning home last Saturday Sam Browns sale came off last inunay stock sold well Organize to Buck the Trust Ma an Ky Feb 8 The farmers in this community have recently or- ganlud four lodges to operate against the oppression brought about by the- trust ASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought tears the c2Slguuture of I ARREST MADE Indianapolis Man Charged With Scheafer Murder Indianapolis Ind Feb 9 James McDonald a driver of a coal wAgon was arrested shortly before midnight charged with the murder of Sarah Scheafer the Bedford school teache McDonald testified before the court of inqury that he walked down the treet in trout of Miss Scheaferthenight she was killed He taid when he passed an alley he noticed two men stRmling in it Upon this evidence it was thought best to take McDonald Into custody He was hurried to the Jef fersonville teJormatory Another Case of Rheumatis Cured by Chamberlains Pain Balm The efficacy of Chamberlains Jnio Balm in the relief of rheumatism is being demonstrated daily Purkcr Triplett of Grigsby t Va says thal Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism in the back when everything else faile and he would not be without it For sale by all druggists in HERBERT KY Feb gMessrs Chester and Ed House and Misses Pearl Burdett and Besle Voyles were the guests of Miss Mary Ellen Monroe Sunday Miss Mattie Barnett returned home from Render last Thursday where she has been visiting for the past week Mr Jack Spurri is confined to Lila room of measles Those on the sick list are as fol Ions Mr Grant Midklff Mr D A Miller Mrs Will Ford and Miss Hattie Miller- Farmers are glad to see a few days if prettyweather Master Ploy Baker is very ill 01 ScarlatinaMr Griffin ts very sick at this writing Mis Charlie Phillips of Deanfie visited her daughter Mrs Robert Miller Tuesday Mr Bob Miller visited at Mr Harry livens Friday Mr Willie Ford and wife bun roved to Mr F V Millers Born to the wife of Ollie Jackson February 4th a fine boy Mr John Bartlett of Whitesvlll vas in our town Friday Cured Consumption- Mrs B Evans Clearwater Kan writes My husband lay sick for three months months the doctor tated he had quick consumption Ve procured a boottle of Ballard Horehound Syrup and it cured him That was six years ago and sine then we always keep a bottle in the cruse Ve cannot do without it- For coughs and colds it has no equal 25c 50c and 8100 bottles at J H Williams druggists m u SELECT KY Feb gThe protracted meeting at- this place under the management of- Bro Jenkins closed the 4th inst The farmers in this community have nearly all sold and dellvcre theIr tobacco Mr and Mrs Birch Shields visited Mrs J W Shields Cromwell Saturday and Sunday Mr Ira Arbuckle went to Rosin onday returning Tuesday Mr George Arbuckle went to Hartford Monday Mr M L Kane has been awarded the contract for carrying the mat from select to Prentis for the ensuing four years He will be required tc make six trips a week as heretofore A Cure for Eczema My baby had Eczema so bad that its head was a solid mass of sore crabs and its hair all came out I tried O1aly remedies but none seemed to do- any permanent good until Iuse De Witts Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is cured the scabs are gone and- the little ones scalp is perfectly clean and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again I cannot give too much praise to Do Witts Witch Haze- lSalveFrank Farmer Bluff City- Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve lookout for counterfeits DeWitts is tie original and the only 0110 cons I taining pure Witch Hazel The- meI E C DeWitt tC Co is on every box Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Fell Over the Cliff Cadiz Ky Feb loWhlle young Curnett Calsou about eighteen years of age was out on Minings bluff about three miles above here on Little I RheumatismI- sone of the constitutions diseases It manifests itsel in local aches and pains inflamed joints and stiff musclesbut it cannot he cured local applications It requires constitution treatment acting throug the blood and the best is a course ofthe great medi- cinHpodsSarsaparill cured thousands of cases For testimonials of remarkable cures lend for Book on Rheumatism No 1 C I Hood Co Lowell Mass uun liver with several other boys loor lug lor a good place to set acot trap he walked out on a prrjecMr rock lor some purpose when he lo this balance and tell Irom the pre pice a distance of a out thirty ftt to the rocks below The entire top of his head was torn off and his body was badly bruised Hewas dead when the other boys got to him SMALLHOUS KY Messrs Percy and Arthur Hunt are the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs H D Hunt Mr Thomas Bennett Prentis vis- Ited Mr Alva Calloway Saturday and SundayMisses Alice Fulkeison and ulah Vick Central City were the guestH of Miss Alices parents Mr and Mra Bob Fulkerson Saturday and Sunday Mr Michel Balls who was stverel hurt by the bond saw at Rockport Ib at home again Rufus P Balls Rockport was In our midst Tuesday the guest of hiH mother Mrs Jennie Bulls Mrs C E Overton is at the bedside ol her sister Kiss Nunnie Lawrence who is quite illat her borne near the Falls of Rough Mr Miller Reid Rockport was tht guest of his aunt Mrs Mary Tlchet or Saturday and Sunday Mr Chester Ovtrton of the Hopi well neighborhood was In our mid t recently the guest of relatives Mr John Bullock and family near South Carrollton and Mr ClarenctI Brown and family were the Mrs Jennie Ball Sunday Mr Jodie Roberta Sacramento was In our midst Saturday rend Sunday Mr Silas Scott and family were the guests of relatives at Rockport Saturday and Sunda- yThamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Unequalod For Constipation- Mr A K Kane a proniiucn druggists of Baxter Springs Kansas aye Chamberlains Stomach am jiver Tablets are in my judgment- he most superior preparation of any thing in uee today fur constipation They are sure in action ami with m tendency to nauseate or gripe For sic by all druggists m rFor Sale Two tracts of land near Sunny rlale The first tract contains 504 cres second tract contains 24 acres of high Rough river bottoms About four fifths of each tract in high state of cultivation For further Information call on or address O F COOTS Sunnydale Ky O A STOUTADout theThe Kind You Hue Always Bought ignatuo 1liJof iLGGGkIG6 Mardi Cras New Orleans La Feb 1016 1904 For the above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam Kyat rate of 1825 Tickets on salo Feb 9th to 15th inclu sivo return limit Feb 20 904 An extension of ticket until March 5th may be obtained by depositing ticket with special agent at New Orleans not later than Feb 20th and payment of fee of 50 cts Stop over privileges lowed at various points north of Winona Miss tickets must be deposited with ticket agent at stop over point immediately on arrival- S B VAN rErEH Agt rnL Q 1 I Now for Cut Prices JO A2 t Chance for Close Buyers fnow have reached the season of the yeari41- 1e when vo always cut our prices on ball and Winter r t Goods Vii have no excuse to oiler Tor this We T t simply want to convert tile balance ol this seasons yj- c j stock into cash in order to get ready for spring Our low prices will certainly move our stock out L c and into the possession of our patrons Z We do not want this ad to appear sensational or I2 read like a fake scheme Wo want it to impress 5 r sensible people as a truthful statement of a plain 4 s business proposition which it is We now begin O to cut regular prices by starting AN ACTUAL vaMA11KDOWN WITHOUT A PREVIOUS T g MARKUP We do it because it is good business 410 to do itfs These cut prices offer you the very best part of w the season for buying See prices below t m rri 1m Imrl DaysitBest Clllico2A c to 5c ld2iPercal 5e to tOc Good Brown Factory Cotton 5c Hotter Grade same Oc to 7hMGood Bleached Cotton oc to 12 Pieces Outing Cloth lo close Tic M Regular price Hc 100 Pairs Ladies and Misses Shoes i3u t1 to close at 1 a pair vFormer prices 125 to 2 We sell any and all Woolen Dress Goods at a JL discount of 15 per cent Wo will also make the i stole reduction on all Suits and Overcoats + We make these prices in order that wo may fmako a clean sweep as we are preparing for the j2 biggest business during the year 1901 that we have A C ever experienced Our business through 1903 reached beyond our expectations We thank our patrons for past favors and hope for continuance s of sauce i N t Carson SL Co fT HARTFORD M- Yo4 44I OUR CLUBBING RATES Tllg RKIMMUIlAX and Louisville lerahl125Tl-lg HKITHLICAX and Louisville Daily Herald 250 Tug HKPUHMCAX awl CourierJournal 150 TIm llElUHMCAN and New York Tribune 125 TIIl IlKlUHLICAX- UK and Thriccn Week World 105 HHPUBLICAX- UK and YellowJacket 125 llKlUHLlUAX and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIm RKlUULICAN and Home und Farm 125 TIm RElUBIWAX and Lippencotts and Cosmopolitan 325 p 2 t LAND IS WEALTH More than thatland is the source of sill wealth The ratio of population to acreage is the sliding scale upon which opportunity is guaged success determined Cut the number of landholders in any Stsite in the Union in two and what is the result Its simple arithmetic opportunities doubled in that State What if threefourths the population be slim 1 lated Opportunities quadrupled and so on Thats the I edition in the great Southwest Arkansas Indian Torrito ry and Oklahoma This vast territory is supporting less thanrnefourth the population of its capacity Fertile a land whoro wheat and c ttton thrive side by side where two 1yearly vegetable crops are demonstrated possibilitiestho t fruit section in the country but thats only half the story rho low ratio of population to acreage makes landcheap thats the main point Theres room for success in the great Southwest Illustrated literature sent on request I ONE PAREPlus Two Dollars For the round trip first and third Tues days of each month GEO lDI 1 I L 1T 4i 4 iN OVERCOAT SALE We have placed our entire stock of Mens Boys and Childrens Overcoats on sale at 0b exactly COST H you have not bought now would be an opportune time for you We insist on you seeing the Coats Our prices will make the sale Overcoat No IAll wool black Beaver good quality well lined velvet collar cut long not only CHEAP but GOOD and CHEAP a coat we sold for SkOO Now 398 A Overcoat No 2vino allwool black Beaver French faced velvet collar satin piped fac r ing cut long All of you know what a good black Beaver Coat sells for So do we but we dont have to charge you a high price The coat we sold for 750 you can now get for 548 h Overcoats No 3Allwool black Melton velvet collar cut extra long lined with heavy black talian cloth the old standby anda I sensible Coat for cold weather was cheap at 1000 I Now we sell it to you for 798 Boys Overcoats We have some extra values in Boys Overcoats It wouldcertainly I p be a good time for you to examine these goods We can surely save you money Boys Coats from 150 to 050 Childs Overcoats from 125 to 350 Besides these Bargains our stock of Bed Comforts Blankets Heavy Boots all La dies heavy Shoes are on sale at greatly re duced prices We would advise you to make us an early visit At our present prices the stock wont last long Remember the PlaceThe BargainGivers Hartford Republican hUFRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 K C Dyers Frieda and wan In ton Saturday R M McDowell Rockport was In town Monday Tweddell grinds corn every Tues day and FridaytfClothing at cost at ECONOMY STORE Wallace Riley entered school at Georgetown Ky Tuesday t M D Maddox Smtllhons called to see UB while In town Saturday Gnm Boots for men boys and children ECONOMY STORE I NWe In ladieshave some new styles snappy Dress Shoe CARSON COI New Rubbers for Ladles Missesl and Children ECONOMY Dont fall to visit the Economy Store for Clothing Big cutin prices W T Miller citywho hRs IRev 111 for several days Is bet ter A B Tlchenor Matanzas made us n pleasant call while In town Mon day 11Save money by buying your cloth Ing at the Economy All selling at cost J W Robertson has moved to I the farm recently purchased T H I BeanL B Loney McHenry made us quite a pleasant call while In town Monday Mr C M Hlnchee Centertown call while in townmade us a pleasant j f Monday J S Bennett and Rev J W C- AnftrU No Creek went to Louisville J Monday I S M James Centertown was in city Tuesday U S Faught Centertown made us- a very pleasant call while in town Tuesday Miss Olive Carson went to Louis vllle Tuesday She will be away quite awhile When you want Corn crushed dont forget that Tweddell cruches shucks and all tf Cap A B Stanley Beaver Dsm made us quite a pleasant call while I In town Friday D W King is at IOSTROPATIlYDr Examination and tf Miss Etta Thomas returned Tues day from an extended visit to rela I tives in Louisville Bring your corn to R L Tweddell Hartford and get the best old fash ioned Buhr ground Meal tf Jesse Casebier arrived at home Sun day after an absence of about two years at Port Arthur Texas If you have some nice white corn bring it to Tweddell and get it made Into the best grained hominy tt Dont fail to get our special prices on Ginghams and Outings CARSON Co Dr A S Yewell Osteopath room 12 Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky Examination and Consultation free Alex Carson Heflln passed through town Tuesday on his way to Louisville He will return in a few days We want Chickens FeathersEggs Geese Ducks Hams Bacon Lard and in fact all kinds of good Coun try Produce CARSON Co Why not bring us a lot of Corn Pith and buy a barrel of Flour or a Suit of Clothes or In fact anything you need CARSON Co- Y a James Bennett Smallhous was in town yesterday H H Davis Centertown made us quite a pleasant call while in town yesterdayS the real estate man has some fine bargains for land seek ers See his add Dr J S Bean who has been at tending Medical School at Louisville is at home this week We still have a good lot of Over coats that we are anxious to close out at greatly reduced pricesCARSON Co Carpon Co recently filed amend ed articles of Incorporation increas lug the capital stock of the firm from 16000 to 25000 The second Quarterly Meeting for the Hartford circuit will convene at the Methodist church in Hartford Saturday and Sunday Attorueys Sam A Anderson E M Woodward J S Glenn J B Wilson md J P Sanderlur attended court at Centertown the first of the week Sam Keown was appointed Deputy Sheriff by Sheriff Cal P Keown Mon day He at once entered into bond and took the oath of qualification The board of trustees of Hartford have directed that the census of the town be taken with a view of raising the city from a sixth to fifth class The stock and feed barn of Esq W P Render Matanz s was unroof- ed by the wind storm which passed through the county Sunday morning Miss Norma Miller will leave Sun day for Crowley La where she will be the guest of her brother P C Miller and friends for about two weeks At bis home near Beda Mr Jose Whittaker died Monday night after a lingering illness of consumption His remains were laid to rest in the Harrietts Creek cemetery Tuesday The Beaver Dam Plaining Mils Company has been awarded the contract to make the repairs on the court house which were authorized by the January Fiscal Court Having been notified by the proper authorities to close my place of busi ness OM Sunday Iwill hereafter keepmy barber shop closed on that day as directed- E L BULLIMGTON Mrs W H Owen who has been quite ill at her home in Owenuboro ta reported to be greatly Improved Her brothers Messrs D E J Cand E P Thomas visited her the latter part of last week returning Monday Charlie Bach who has for the past year been In the employe of Sam Bach as clerk in his dry goods store here lelt Wednesday for Chicago tr Accept a position in a mammoth de partment store Max Bach a brother of Sam who has been away for about two years learning the trade will take Charlies place Louisville Stock Market Quotations of February 3 sale3 Cattlebest quality 4 50 to 4 75 Hogsbest quality 5 25 Choice Pigs 4 50 Sheepand LambsExtra slipping sheep 3 75 to 4 25 Extra ship ping lambs 525t05 75 ROCKPORT NOTES Feb 10 Burglars made an at tempt to enter the residence of Black smith Moseleys residence at an early hour Monday night Mr Moseley was awakened by the noise and the bnrglar fled but returned in a few minutes and was again frightened away by Mr Moseley who struck at them through the window Mrs Eva Robertson received a mes sage from Kuttawa Monday morning stating that her mother Mrs Lank lord was at the point of death Mrs Josephine Layton and son Charley who have been spending the winter with Mr and Mrs Don C Taylor at Dyersburg Miss have returned home Mr and Mrs Seland Smith have returnedto their home in Louisville they were accompanied home by Miss Cora Ried and Miss Lizzie Graves of this city Mrs Stella Tichenor is confined toI her home with an attack ot measles Disappointed in LoveIBowling Green Ky Feb loPorIter Witherspoon twentytwo years of age committed suicide at his home here last night He was disappointed in love At the inquest the fol j lowing inventory of the articles found on his person was made Book of cigarette papers sack of tobacco plug of tobacco pint of whisky deck of playing cards a knife and thirteen cartridges for the pistol with which he killed himself r FARMERS TO MEET Institute Will be Held in Owens boro March 1112 A Farmers Institute will be held in circuit court room Owensboro on March 1112 under the direction ot Mr Vreeland State Commissioner of Agriculture Farmers and everyone interested should bear the date in mindand attend the sessions The subjects to be discussed will be of vi tal Interest to our community These institutes are of great value to the farmer The discussions of the different papers read are of more value than the articles themselves Much more is gained by hearing people tell of their mistakes than from their suc cessesIing will be treated Diversity of Crops What Shall We Raise in Place of Tobacco What Shall We Do With Our Worn Hill Land Etc ROCKPORT KY Feb 9Mr Horace Pierce of Mc Henry was in town Monday Mrs Belle Groves is visiting in Mc Henry this week Clayton Williams has measles Messrs Cleve Harrel and Oscar Poore went to Central City Monday Messrs Clarence Marler and Fred Vick Central City visited here last weekMr Charlie Brown sawfiler for the band mill has returned to his home in Cincinnati Mrs C R Layton and son Char lie have returned home after a three months visit in Dyersburg Teun Miss Lillian Fulkersn has meas lesGordon Young Beaver Dam was in town Monday- L L Tapp was here Tuesday Roy Dexter is visiting in McHenry this week Mr Simon Ping and wife have returned to their home in Evansvllle Mr Sam Bunger is very sick at this writing Only One Juror Accepted I Madlsonvllle Ky Feb loOnly I one juror was accepted out of the twoI hundred examined for the trial B Lindfe for murdering Jesse Burton at Burlington on July 4 of last year Two hundred more jurors have been I summoned Undle was town marehal of Earllogton Lindle with Deputy I Marshal Witherspoon attempted to arrest Burton for a trlval offense The latter ran and both officers opened fire on him He was killed bindle was taken to Henderson on account of a mob forming to lynch him bindle and Witherspoon will be tried sepa rately Closing Out Desiring to make a change in my business I will offer my entire stock of general merchandise all or any part of It at cost You surely can find some bargains here Come and seeParties Indebted to me either by note or account will please come and settle without further notice- C J RIIOADS Hartford Ky For Sale or Trade- A fine Jack coal black For fur ther particulars call on or address A B TICHENOR Matanzas Ky License to Wed The following marriage licenses have been granted since our last issue Joseph R Williams Beaver Dam to Bessie B Loyd Beaver Dam W S Ferguson Pt Pleasant to Minnie B Garret Centertown W R Render McHenry to Ora I Chinn McHenry- V O Ranney Hartford to Delilah Hudson Cromwell- G W Shultz Wyson to Jennie Adkins Wysox James E Gldcombs Wysox to Pearl Williams Wysox A Bargain for Farmers The New York Tribune Farmer a national illustrated agricultural week ly of twenty large pages has no superior as a thoroughly practical and helpful publication for the farmer and every member of his family and the publishers are determined to give it a circulation unequaled by any paper of its class in the United States Knowing that every enterprising uptodate farmer always reads his own local weekly newspaper The New York Tribune Farmes has made an exceedingly liberal arrangement which enables us to offer the two pa pers at so low a price that no farmer can afford to lose the opportunity The price of The New York Tribune Farmer is 100 a year and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN is i oo a year but both papers will be sent for a full year if you forward 125 to THE REPUBLICAN Hartford Ky Send your name and address to The New York Tribune Farmer New York City and a specimen copy of that paper will be mailed to you 15 Beaver Over 390 19 245 45 Striped at 125 in Cents 12 for Men and 3 pair for 25c 9 and red 6 for 25c 15 fast Sox 5c CERALVO KY Feb 9Mr John Reid who has been In the drug business here for some time has bought a farm in Muhlenberg county and will move to same soon There are several cases of measles reported near here A leap year party was given at Mr Jess Saturday night Mr Tom White who has been sick for several weeks is able to be out Mr A T Williams has moved his saw and grist mill near here Miss Mattie Rowe Fairest spent last week here the guest of her uncle Mr L P Fulkerson Mr Wm Chancellor has the secured contract to carry the man between here and Rockport for the next four years 1The contract for transporting the mall from Hartford to Reynolds via Adaburg has been awarded to Mr William Gillespie Taxable Value Raised The Board of Supervisors completed their second setting last week but we were unable to get a summary of their work in time for publication in our east issue The taxable value of property of the county was raised by them to the of 212406 distributed among the twentynine precincts as follows East Hartford 19410 West Hartford 9650 Beda 2850 Sulphur 5300 Magan 1400 5400 Cool Spring 4450 North 11500 South Rockport 5 450 Select 2250 Horse Branch 2100 Roslxe 600 East Beaver Dam 5800 West Beaver Dam 8800 McHenry 10250 Cnntertown 5650 Smallhous 3000 East Fordsvllle 1500 West Fordsville 700 Etnaville 2000 Shreve 1400 Olaton 750 Bnford 1775 Bartletts 5050 Hefltn 900 Ceralvo 2300Poi-ntPleasant 5850 Narrows 6995 Ralph 2550 Nonresident list Additional list 66180 Colored 550 Specia1 Notice Sole E i i Jun n unU Luslinu Until Morel 3 I We can assure our patrons a gain of at least 25 per cent and the advantage of Ii being well fitted and stylishly dressed We also intend to clear our house of all WINTER GOODS so that we will have sufficient room for our SPRING p GOODS which will have no comparison here in Hartford To fulfill this re Ii quirement we must undoubtedly sell goods at LOW PRICES and in LARGE =QUANTITIES Here we quote you a few SPECIALS Specials in Clothing Black and Blue coats at Black Clay Worsted Suits at Pairs Trousers p CSpecials Furnishings Dozen Suspenders P Boys Dozen Handkerchiefs white blue I Dozen Mens colored Everlys amount Springs Cromwell Rockport 21046 NEW Specials in Shoes 60 Pairs of Ladies Shoesgood 4brandat 65c 39 Pairs of Shoes for Boys and Girls at 70c 21 Pairs of Shoes for Men heavy 1 Specials in Ladies GoodsI 14 Ladies Jackets a wonder 500 27 Ladies Capes a beautyat 100 II75 Ladies Combination Suits at 45c I aWe have an immense amount of SPECIALS to offer you but on account of askIIp SAM BACH Hartford I= 4444444 4 44444 y z 7 r ti z ti HANNA ON LABOR Will Consecrate His Remaining Years to Americanizing- Organized Labor Senator M A Hanna contributes to a February magazine an article on Socialism and the Labor Unions II It embodies In concrete form some of the conclusions drawn by Senator Hanna from his observations and experience in business and politic After expressing his belief in the power of education over the America people and declaring that the basis of right success is fairness and justice Senator Hanna writes The instinct of workingmen to band together to protect themselves is no more to be wondered at than the same Instinct when shown on the part of capital Now my plan is to have organized union labor American ized in the best sense and thoroughly educated to an understanding of its responsibilities ands in this way to make It the ally of thejfcapitalisi rather than the foe with which to grappleI some time to consider the work of the Civic Federation and am firmly convinced that it is the object to which I desire to consecrate the remaining years of my life I fully ap predate that it Is o long struggle but the progress already made under the motto of the Civic Federation the golden rules has surpassed even my most sanguine expectations and I am sure that the Amerlcanlpeople will sustain a policy b lsedon thejhlghes moral and social impulse which wi eliminate the passlouatej prejudice that now exist between capital and laborFor every workman on an aver age there are two jobs in the heyda of our prosperity and it is expectiuj too much of human nature to suppos that workingmen will not desire a larger share of the profits Noon who is acquainted with union labor for the last five years can fail to rec ognize the wonderful advancement that has been made in conservativei coolheaded and thoroughly practice management of these matters by the workingmen themselves Labor unions may be open to sharp criticism at times but it car not be fairly stated that they are always wrong If every man is treate as a man and an appeal made to his heart as well as to his reason it will establish a bond of confidence assure a foundation to build on Whil labor unions may have been a curse t to England I believe that they will prove a boon to our own countr when a proper busis confidence and respect is established t The menace of today as I view it is the spread of thos things which is only half understood and is mor or less ustd to influence the popula r mind against all individual Initiativ and personal energy which has been the very essence oJ American prc gressBoth capital and labor must yield in time to the great law of fair dealing man to man I wish I could im press on ever American the individual responsibility that rests on earl one of us Every year of experience every dollar of accumulated capital every talent we possess should be re garded as a sacred charge for the Rood of the nation to help in urttinj the interests of rich and poor learned and unlearned Nothing Equals Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr P B Spears of Pincliard Ala has become acquainted with the good qualities ot Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy am uses it in his own family and in his practice He says It beats any preparation I have every seen for all bowel complaints I do not think of recommending any other and also use it with any nly children ItThis remedy is for sale by nil druggists Some Facts About Whisky Last year you draik 19 gallons of alcoholic stimulants or If you didnt you failed to drink your share of the total amount consumed by the people of the United States In 1870 according to the Chicago Tribune the consumption f alcoholic liquors per capita in the United i States was IOC9 gallons In a little n over thirty years it newly doubleed flow amounting to 1948 gallons per capitalThat is one of the more or less startling facts set forth in the Ameri can Prohibition Year Book for 1904 just published Other figures and statements all ot them suggestive 4 1 Bafefl Costs Too MUCH a When the price is the mothers health and happiness The fattier doesnt realize as with tbe- child what yearn of wife1rsuffering must be set the Chronic invalidism Is a price to pay for the painful joy of maternity yet it is at such a cost that a woman becomes a mother Such a price is too much because it is more than nature asks By the use of Doctor Pierces Favorite Pre scription ma ternity made- practically a quick convaleif dice is assured in almost every case I am pleased to give 11 many wish I could find words strong enough to induce other uf fcrers to use Dr Pierces Favorite ITcKTlption writes Sin Wesley Guy of Kcrantville Ont lox 6 For eight year after little boy WRI born I tuflfcred with female vrcaknes also soreness in ovaries especially on my side Rnd In back so sometimes did not knowwhat I wai todo Tried 5ecralIdoctors but derived no benefit until I onlv using Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Had used four bottles also some of Ir IIerces Antiseptic and Healing when I felt like another person I recommend Pierces medicines to all my friends If anyon wishes to write me I will gladly answer Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription contains no alcohol and is entirely free from opium cocaine and all other narootics The dealer who offers n substitute for w Favorite Prescription does so to gaii the little more id on the sale of lets meritorious medicines His profi is your loss therefore accept no sub stituteDr Pierce Pleasant Pellets regulat the bowels and some of then appalling are quo ed from the same sources In Illinois where local option pre wails and high license Is the rule the average savings bank deposit per c pita cf savings deposits is 20 75 In Maine under Prohibition the average per capita of ravings deposit Is 10375 From these figures the Prohibitionists argue that even from H purely monetary standpoint toll abstinence rays In 1840 Robert Warner a Quaker applied to an English life insurance company fer a policy and was told that as a total abstainer he woul have to pay an extn premium the company holding that the moderate use of liquor tended to prolong lift Warner did not believe this theory and started and Insurance company of his own Warners company divide the risks it took into two cleses one made up of total abstainers and tbe other of men who drank in moderation In the 33 years from 1866 to 1898 the deaths in the list of moderate drinkers were 97 per cent of those expected in the list of total abstainers the deaths were only 70 per cent of those expected In other words the death rate among moderate drink ers was nearly 40 per cent more tban among total abstainers During the last thirty years they died in Europe alore of alcoholism a totalof 7sjoooo people That is more people than were killed in all the wars of the nineteenth century The authority for these statements is Mattie Helenius a member of the fac ulty of the University of Denmark who goes on to how that In Den mark one out of every seven men who die between the a cs of 35 bind 55 is a victim of alcholisui There are 650 towns and cities in the State ot Illinois in which probibl Hon has been enacted into law All the State ol Iowa but 25 cities in stil Prohibition There are 300 Prohibition towns and cities in Wisconsin Kentucky wonderful to tinytotal Prohibition is the IaN in 47 countUs iu 25 there is but one license town each in 19 counties there are two 11 cnne towns each and in 18 counties license is uurestricter1 The who e Stare of Tennessee is Pr hibitlon except eight cities of 5000 population and over Nirth Drkota Mine and Kansas are the only three State s In the Union which are entirely Phohi bitionThe highrHt amount charged yeArly for a liquor licence Is 2 San in Louis iara The lowest H 5 c anred in the same Stale i he licen t lee va ifh between these two extremes ac curling to the amount of businefi rinrFrorn the Plohbi ion Yea Boo1 tor 19 4 INothing has ever equalled it can ever surpass it Jr1Kings- New Discovery For Ptlcegr A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Bottles free PATENT LEATHER Tho Procein by Which It TnkoM on the Emimcl FliiUh All mnnufncturers of patent loath have their own tanning processes mueh like those of the calfskin tanner thoui sonic patent leather Is given a bat tuning Ilorschldc and colt skins nrc the chief leathers made with a IIntent finish The patent or enamel finish Is real painted and baked on ns the bioye manufacturer paints and bakes l1II11t1el on to n frame Tanners are very IInr tlculnr about keeping their process secret and nobody but workmen Is ever allowed in the finishing rooms The hide or skin having been strete ed and tided as much ns possible Is first given a coating of n mixture of linseed oil litharge white lead or slut lar materials boiled together until tin make a pasty mixture This Is daubed on the surface with n steel tool and well rubbed In so th t the pores of the leather will be 1111ltl up Then the leather Is put into the oven Its surface being exposed to steal pipes at a temperature of about HID degreesNext the surface Is rubbed llowu with pumice stone anti then It Is cot oral with linseed oil and Ivory bind about six layers being applied eneh layer being dried and rubbed dowi Finally n varnish Is applied lord then the surface is rubbed down and finis ed off ns nicely as n painter finishes a fine carriage Ages of Candidates- The ages of Presidential candidates spoken of are as follows Rickard Olneyof Massachusetts will be sixtynine on September 15 Grover Cleveland will be sixtyse1 en on March 18 Alton B Parker of New York will be fiftytwo on May 14 Arthur P Gorman of Maryland will be sixtvfive on March it David B Hill of New York will be sixty one on August 29 George Gray of Delaware will be sixtyfour on May 4 William J Bryan of Nebraska wi be fortyfour on March 16 President Roosevelt of New York will be fortysix on October 27 John Hay of Ohio will be sixty six on October S Marcus Alonzo Hanna of Ohl wilt be slxtysiven on September 2 7 William H Taft of Ohio will be forty seven on September 15 When You Have a Cold The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the lunges This is best accomplished by the free use of Chamberlains Cough Kerned This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion fruit the air cells of the lungs produces a free extoration and opens the secretion A complete cure lollows This ren ody will cure a severe cold iu less time than any other treatment and it leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition It counteracts an tendency toward pneumonia For sale by nil druggists in A one Is rich when one Is sure of tlJe morrow Chevalier Perfect Confidence Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the househol when a child showed symptoms of croupthere is non perlect confidence There is owing to the uniform success of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy in the treatment oft that disease Mrs M I Basford of Pooieaville Md in speaking of her experienc in the use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Chum beilaiua Cough Remedy for I have used it with perfect success 11y child Garland is subject to severe at tacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relief For sale by all drug gists m IWbat Mile Posts Are For explain just the parch cal benefit of utile posts along a railroad track asked an inquisitlvi traveler of Superintendent Scale of the Joeria Eastern as they flew past 01 of the white painted posts So far as the general public is con ancerned replied the superintend pOSbiIare any traveler can tell by looking out thee ir window how fir he it from termi I al points but in that he Iti nut great Iy interestedSome like to figure oul from the mile posts how far the lave traveled or how for they havt to go and there are not a few whc ike to time the speed of trans by the nile post But that is not what the hosts are In the office of the divia ion superintendent is a profile diagram showing the location of every me of these posts If an accident occurs a rail breaks II a car lets down or anything out I of the ordinary happens between stations the superintendent Is notified of the mishap to some particular milepost and thus the spot ran b located and men are sent there at once and they can yo In a hurry f r they know where the place in Otherwise they would ni iu move slowly between stations until the spot was undand this menus a loia of time much more v lunbh than the price of the utile post and it would be pretty hard U riKoad successfully without them I Kxehnnge I Have You Indigestion Ir you Imvc Indigestion Ivodoli Dyspepsia Cure will euro you It has cured thousands It ia curing people every day every hour Yon I owe it to yourself to give ita trial You will continue to suffer until you do try it There is no other comb nation of digestants that digest and rebuildat the same time Kodol foes both Kodol cures strengthens and rebuilds Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m r The Vote Wit u Failure The worthy Sunday school superintendent was Illustrating the text Whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also rea- lSuperitendentlf I want to raise a crop of turnips what sort of seed trust sotsChildrenTurnip seed Superintendent If I want to raise a crop of tomatoes what kind of seed must I sow- Childrenlontato seed Superintendent Very good Now If you want to raise a crop of good man hood what kind of seed must you sow And an observer who kept tally rev ported that the school on test vote was u tie between turnip seed and tomato seed A VlclouK KUb In South America there Is a small fish that not only attacks Its fellows of the sea and river but Is greatly dread ed by the natives who during certain seasons have to ford the streams in which the carbltos are found Uathcra are often attacked by them the sharp chisel shaped teeth taking a hIt from the flesh wherever they attack They are perfect scavengers eating the ani mals that float down the riverdead or alive Jeiilona Jean Mrs PrettyIsnt It strange Mrs Beautl has not put on mourning for tier husband Mr PrettyI understand that her late husband particularly requested that she should not Mrs PrettyThe brute I suppose he knew how lovely she would look In Itllclt loUp A nllHcalt Mix Horace says Mingle a little folly with your wisdom ItIYes thats easy enough limit Its an lather matter when It conies to min gling n little wisdom with your folly Phleaso RecordHerald nil 1- cltLtlstNif tsn IItUIurtl ton CATARRH ELYS CREAM BALM Nosy iiiul iiliiMiint to Hsu rniituiiiM no In jurious drug It IK iiiitklv atiMorli Ill dlVIH llflllf lit IIIHP It opens iiiul- CIlIIIIKCH tilt NllHll- IId HSU ire Allay Inlla- liiutliilii IliiiN iiiu- lIrottitw the Miiiilirani Iti toriH tliiSuimH iiml TIMIIHIM Siiiill liirirc Slip ru cents lit DriiifKlHtM orb null trlnl sIze liiciiit liy mull KIY UltOTIlKUS M Wiirnti St N w York One dollar spent iu advertising ruse Ming you a one hundred dollar trade Try it and see u Ayers Take cold easily Throat tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a great I CherryPectoral deal to you Follow your doctors advice and take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents Pot 40 I liavo depended on Ayer Cherry IVctnml fur oniiRli4 nut colds I know It weak IIIIIKH reatlrIIrel111I1ell8 Saline Mlcli 2SeeIne1All lruvllfor fnlvr- lWeak Lungs Ayors Pills Increase tho activity o the Ivor and thus aid recovery THIS IS A- Presidential Year And you will want to be reliably in formed at all times on important questions such as I PAXAMA AN- NiCAiiUIJA CANAL H hi IJOCIlYIIIil1K 11Vi lAUIIlls And many other questions that the Congress of the United States Is now considering To net your facts httnight and without him or editorial opinion It will b necessary for you to take a truthful Republican paper The Louisville HeraldLOUISVILLK IvY Is that kind of a newspaper published in the Interests ofall the people it has grown to be a power In the State You can secure a years sub scrlptinn to the Weekly Herald and I Tin KnvunuCAX for 1 25 Bare Pronpt Fcittlvn Cwt for impotence lose or Manhood Seminal minions Spermatonheat Ntrvouintu StlfDIttrutt Lou cf Memory Ae Will make ioua STRONG Vigor out Van Prtct 4700 fl Bono 1000- 8oelal0lrcUent UttllKt mltH taeli Bar Addrus BilUilttowUilmtst Cf Sao LuoAV1 ST LOU 18 MO BSOSWIlixturic mill lUtiirfMtii liin to NEW YORK VIA Washington Baltimore I and Philadelphia Stopover privileges on nIl firslehisss tickets Vestibule Traim 3Elegant of them daily Coaches with high hack seats Pullman Drawing Boom Sleepers Observation Sleep ing Cars Companys own Dining Car service Meal served a la Carte I l1urSEEPotuniMi ItlriT ntxl till National Ciiiiliiil For nitiH Unit ol triiiim siiv lntrnr HIHIT vutloiiN ltr rill on ntiv Tlrkrt Audit nr ml dress n I MclMHTY linrl IIIIM AKIllt liirlmmtl Ohio or llN IIKOWV l IAI- OtlHVllll IvV u i Take Laxative Quinine Tablets Seven boxes in months This L r illinois ITableNorth Hound Nnl 11111 ZiSliit in Nu1112 duo4Tp m No12dool2U p In NnI1l Hnnth lalot d Itnnndr JllbJIBAKNETF SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW llItriOKI KY Will lhUIIltllII In nil tin coiirlH Ohio iiilJoliiliitriouiitlfMiiiiiirourtot Appeals La- SpPrlul titt titlun Klviiitu liiiHlin HHi ntriiKfdti their run1 rullrtlatistitidthelrnelleooflrhti Innl nnil Ittiil Isttth Low 1o SliOclnltliH Illlnln 111I1JIII1AI FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law 1I1KTFOKI I Wilt prnllrshls protiKHlnti In Ohio uml ml oltilMK county iiiul III tlm Cnnrt of ApualM Crlniliuil pruittro mid ColliftloiiH u Hpcilnltj- rOlllivln tint llcrnlil liiillilliitf I IJNO B WILSON iAlTOHNgy AT LAIVI I Special uttiiitlim given to iollirtlotiH inukliiK iilmtriiitH ti 111 Notary 1nlilli Inr Olilo coun I ty d OUIciiuirtliHldo public lllIrI 1 WEDDING Attorney at Law HAKTFOKD KY I IVimlmi Attunioy unit ixiiiiiliii rforMilofoiin tr DilUv tivir Olilo Iounty Hunk I 1 IllltvliiN IIINIST WOODWIII I HEAVRIN WOODWARD C cdaQ 1- I II AllTtOIIII KV- Tlllcrnrtlc tliflr ltlllIIIII In till tln foi nt Oliloriniiilv mill 4 Hurt i t Appeals SIw 11111111111111111 rrliiiltinl pniriiv 111111rIJ to llmik of Iliirlfutil l H BARN- ESAttorneyat LawNIrUISI TT4IINIV- Ilaurrntiu l twill preirttrr hlItIIIII tit ill the III- Ohl ml iiiljoitiliiiriiiiintlifi iin l in tin lnrtA- pprol strlrt ntlfiitlon UIIM trlviMi to- HN1011111 1lltrllHtlll til lltKIiri 11141II1IIH rUllrlllIII ROUGH RIVhR- TELEPHONE COMPANY I ttrconrunA1EII I Talk being clenpand ncedsaryij you should patronize home folks i where you buy your own phones and build your own lines anti he In talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a winnable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense If you say so We connect with Inv dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky d RHEUMATISMand cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its edeet is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it fold it you are not satisfied your money will bo cheer l I i fully refundedJAsk you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO i E J v ISO West Main St Louisville Ky J Its 10 to 1 you do If you arc a victim of malaria Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well admit It will euro innlarln but it leaves almost deadly titter effects HERBINEisto euro malaria sid liwidailio billouaiicss and all stomach kidney und liver couipluluts TRY IT TODAY 50 Cents OL Sottlo All Drutetss No Nu cvuaflfKy I 1 f 1 r To Cure a Cold in One Day In Cures Two Crip Days1 III Bromo Million sold past 12 Signature HY KYr R R c W can all g on everyabox 25c r 14a i I GOLDSTEIN IN TROUBLE + kinder Indictment for Uulawfully tN Detaining a Woman Dr R Goldstein the well known optician ot TouieviHe who has made several visits to our town has gotten Into serious trouble according to the following account from the Adair County News About six months ago Dr R Gold stein an optician of Louisville came there for the purpose of practicing his profession While here he wai chargers with reprehensible conduct and at the circuit court following he was indicted for detaining n woman against her will A short time after the true bill had been returned Dr Goldstein was arrested at Glasgow on a bench warrant sent from the Adair Circuit Court He gave bond in the sum of five hundred dollars for his appearance at the present term 1 st Thursday being the day set for his trial The Doctor arrived In due time and remained here until Wednes day night when he left going in the 1 direction of Greensburg The case was called the next day and the bond forfeitedPersons who conversed with Goldstein while here are satisfied that he ilL not lebUzii the magnitude of his crime until a few hours before betook his departure It is our understand ing that the gentlemen ol Glasgow who Are on his bond ore trying to lo cate him It is the general opinion here had he gone into trial he would have been given a term in the peni tentiary Nasal Catarrh quickly yitRs to treatmenet by Klyu Cream Balm fehich is agreeably aromatic It is received through the nostrils cleanses and heals the whole surface over which it ia dlfluses itself A remedy for Nasal Catarrh which is drying or exciting to the diseased ntembraneshould not be used Cream Balm is recognized as a specific Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail A cold in the head immediately dis appears when Cream Balm is used Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Y111 C A The county work department ol the 0 Young Mens Christian Association will receive special attention at the forthcoming State Convention at Bowling Green Februnry 1821 In addition to special topics of interest at the general sessions oi the conven tion including an address by Prof J C Achenson of Danville on TheI County Woik Field and its Occupancy there will be a conference ol delegates from the county organizations of the State at which the following topics under expert leadership will be considered The scope of Coun ty Work Organization Equipment Conduct The Relationship and Responsibility of Volunteer Workers local and county The Association aBoys Work a Principles h MethI ods End Blotto FightITwo physicians hada long and stubborn light with an abccss on my right lung writes J fl Hughes of DuPont Oauand gave me up Everybody thought my time had como As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion The benefit 1 received was striking and I was on my feet in a a few days Now Ive entirely rev gained my health It conquers all Cough Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Drug Store Price 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free Missed His Bearings A young man In the country had a peculiar experience not long ago The young mans best girl lost a fur boa and he dreamed one night ke saw the lost article under a road crossing near a school house HeI went to the crossing thrust his arm under it and pulled out a bundle of fur But It wasnt the boa and he has since burled all his clothes He has no faith in dreams now RIPANS bolesDoctors find A good prescription- For mankind Tlio fi cent pocket Is onoiiKh for nsiinl occasions Tlio family bottle CO cants contains umipply for 1 year Alldr ggistsNell thorn Death of W C Whitney Undoubtedly strong man and a I good citizen hns been taken in the death of William Collins Whitner of New York and it will not be alone among his political associae that the sorrows and the regret will be found He WHS unquestionably a man of affairs and though an ardent Demo crat none the less a true American loving his country and unwilling ut any time or under any circumstances to compromise her honor or to be a port to any sheme that would embarrass her progress or retard her pjoaperity He stood for honest ad ministration of affairs in National State and municipal government He refused to be a party to Tvveedism in New York bacnuse TweediBm was dishonest He put the good name and fame of his city above party demands or party affiliations and he never hesitated between principle and party when they came to what he believed to ba parting of the ways of large fortune of wide acquaintance of unvarying courtesy he numbered many friends in every State He was a strong man and it will not be an easy mattes for his political associates to find a worthy successor to him Commercial Tribune Rellof In One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives re lief in one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough andat the sumo time clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failings cure in all curable cases of Coughs Colds stud Croup Ono Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by Z Wayne Griflin Bro m r rOneMinute CoughCure For Coughs Colds and Croup A Bushel of Corn Out ol a bushel of corn the distiller gets four gallons of whisky out of it the farmer gets fortyfive cents the railroad company gets 1 the manu facturer gets 4 the drnl man gets 15 cants the retailer gets 7 the con sumer nets drunk the wife gets bun gry and the clul Iren ragsEx- Thl exchange quoted above does not give more than hall that is gotton out ot a bushel of corn In addition to the drunk which the consumer gets he frequently gets arrested by an officer tried by another and jailed still by another nil of whom get pay for thir work The lawyer who defends or prosecutes conies in for his lets Thr wilt gets a bioken heart the children Jt broken iievcls atd the homes set bn kn up To cot plcti tit job the poor Mlnw ill liable to get n Nsftr up in the paper that canst him tn wish Its hml never been b irr PROFIT The matter of feed is of tremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding is loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped a fleshand muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood and muscle the Lime and Soda make bone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate children Send for free sample lie sure that this picture in the form of a label on the of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Sf N Y 50c and 1t all druggists THE HANDKERCHIEF I I There Was n Time When It Wai an tliiiieiitloiiablu Article The evolution of the pocket handker chief Is odd stud Interesting There was n time when it was An unmentionable thing says Modern Society of London an article to be kept out of sight surd referred to only In n whisper In po lite conversation It wits carefully avoided I and ns to ones being caught using n handkerchief It meant social ostra cism This state of things obtained up to I the time of the first Napoleon when the Empress Josephine brought it forward for a personal reason The only defect In her beauty was an irregularity of j the teeth and to hide this she used n delicate little handkerchief which from j time to time she raised to her lips Thus she was enabled to laugh occaIslonnlly Seeing that it was n either laughter going out or handkcr chiefs coining into fashion the court ladles adopted the pretty pieces of cambric I nml lace In England the evolution of the arti cle which is now so openly displayed by women was equally slow There was n time when it was forbidden to mention it on the stage or to make use of it even in the most tearful situation while the people In the gallery and the pit shed their tears Into their lapsj Even when it was mentioned for the j first time in one of Shakespeares plays it was received with hisses and general i indignation by the audience Little by I little however the prejudice gave way and a time carne wncn the uandkor chief could be flourished in broad day lightiA Country Barter From one of the smallest cottages j at the end of the street came a bare footed child in a colorless calico dress and slnt sunbonnet With the im portant air ot a heavy buyer she en tered the village store and handed i across the counter a blue teacup The proprietor took the teacup and said I in brisk tones Well Emma what does your ma wart today Please sir ma wants an eggs worth of molasses and she carefully placed a large white egg on the counI ter j The storekeeper poured out a little molasses into the cup from a stone jug and set the cup before his cus tomer 4 Mr Smith she said as she took the purchase TH be back in a little while for some ginger Ma said to tell you the black hen was onTbeITwentieth Farmer i p e i Which is the Best This has certainly been the must wintery winter we have hag for many years While we have not bad very I much extremely cold weather it has j ben more constantly cold andwith lewer changes than we rcmembsr toI hive seen for years if ever i A few years ago even during an FREEFREE I ordinary winter there would be more calls for charity than the good people haveichangedlagement of things everybody who wants to work has employment at good wages and the small cities do not have to organize for charity purposes Which is the better Repub lican management of affairs and plenty or Democratic management and soup houses and charity organi zations iDtWllJ8 Early Risers Tho famous little pills In another column Will be found the grandest offer THE REPUBLICAN has ever made to its readers and the general public The advertising colurns of the news papers of the country furnish a fairly reliable index to the condition of the people There are many substantial people who have been disposed to ware long faced because of the shrinkage of securities in the money cen ters under the apprehension that the I financial health of the country has been thereby seriously impaired I But at the present time this does not seem to have been the result There j have been probably a larger number I of fleeced lamb in and about the I New York stock market than ever before during the past few months but j the great body of the people has not sufferedChattanooga Tenni Tomes I ICancer Cured Mr W W Prickett Smithfield Ills writes Sept 10th 1901 I hrd been suffering several years with I a cancer on my face which gave me great annoyance and unbearable itching I was using Balards Snow Lin iment for a sore leg and though an j accident rubbed some of the lini gaveicontinue to use thq liniment on the cancer In a short time the cancer came out my face healed up and there is not the slightest scar left I have implicit faith in the merits of this pre parntion and it cannot be to highly reccommended 25c 50c and 81 For sale by J H Williams drug gists m- A schoolboy in Jewel City Kan was assigned to prepare an essay on the subject of Ducks and this is what he wrote The duck is a low heavyset girl compcsid mostly of meat and feathers He is a mighty lHALCS heavyAlways IStops falling hair also Sold for fifty years rr HJmaffiTMTffiEKtfWDIi I Ipoorce caused by getting too many frogs Ini his neck He likes the water and carries a toy balloon In his stomach to keep him from sinking The duck has only two legs and they are set so far back on his running gears by na ture that she came purty near miss ing his body Some ducks when they get big have CUrlS on their tail and are called drakes DrtkiS dont have to set or batch but just loaf go swimming and eat If I was a duck I would rather bi a drake every time Not Alvcnyn So Tess So youve broken with him JessYes He was entirely too bare to please Tess Gracious How be must have changed since he proposed to routPhiladelphia Pr- essHEALTH keephouseDraught We have used It in the family for over two years with the best of results I laTe not had r doctor In the house for that Jentla i14Iand happyJAMES HALL Jaek Ill- Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the constipated bowels anll invi ates the torpid liver and weal coed kidneys Mo DOCTORi- s nocena ryin the home where itkeptCOUD miles from anr phy healthforThedfordeBlackDraught ness psra headachesdfarrhosa nilmentbecalBe ooatrolTHEDFORDS 6LACffDRAUGflT To all our- SUBSCRIBERS the Great American FarmerINDIANAPOLIS IND The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation Edited by an able Corps of 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Wedding W S Tlnsley A e Taylor Secret Societies A O U W meets first and third Saturday nightsHartford Lodge No 676 F k A Masons first Monday night In each month Rough lilver Lodge No110 Knights of Pythia meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No4 G A It hold reg ulnr meetings Saturday before first Sunday In each month Subscribe for The Hartford Republican and the Louisville Heraldboth papers one year for 125 r 1 yewVia ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah the Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS MalsalaCrtELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEMPHIS direct to HOT SPRINGS ARK And Points in TEXAS 141EXICOkand CALIFORNIA DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE DINING CARStMoas ala Carte TRAINS For Further Information Admitting Matter Etc Addresi t R T G MATTH EWS Tram Pus Asl Room 202 Equltibli Bldg lOUISVILlE XT- H C TOWNSEND Q P A T ACT ST LOUIS y s p w ii Hartford Republica s FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 A CYCLONE Sweeps the Town of Narrows off the Earth Every Business House and all Residences but one Wrecked Renfrowl Armendts Fine Brick Store Building Leveled to the Ground The town o Narrows in thef Northeastern part of this county on the Illinois Central Railroad was wiped off the face of the earth Sunday mor ing at 4 oclock by a cyclone Only one residence wasleft uninjured and only two others arel habitable nfter being repaired Toe storm came about 3 ocloc with a strong wind heavy rain and building flashes of lightning There was some little alarm and eVe erybody in the place was arousei After the storm passed and clout rolled away to the east a ke ing of safety returned but It lasted only a few minute Before the people could get to sleep again a wild roaring sound was hear in the southwest and in a few minutes the cyclone was upon them in all its fury It was all over in an instant almost but in that Instant the town was practically destroyed The most important loss was the fine brick store building of Renfroi Armendt It was 28 by 70 feeti and two and onehalf stories high The cost of the building was abou 7000 and the stock it contained was worth not far from 20000 The building was blown to the ground the pile of ruins being not more that three feet high Brick and piece of timber were carried from the wrecked building to the top of the high hill to the east of the place The water which occompanled the storm and which continued to pour for an hour afterward completed the work of ruining the stock very little of which will be salable John Renfrows hardware store was wrecked and his stock scattered ovei the side of the hill The roof anc gable of the Johnson drug store were blown away and the body of the building turned over Everything in the house was ruined Alney JWimsatts saddle and harness shop was torn from its founda tion and sent rolling up the hill be ing battered to pieces after it had fall en before the wind Hiram Powers sawmill which stood on the bank of Rough river was torn to pieces the boiler being moved from its foundation and partially Crushed by falling timber Powers dwelling was also reduced to ruins Only one dwelling in the plate es caped damage that was a large and ligth twostory house that was erect ed for use as a hotel It is a very unsubstantial structure but it wasnot injured in the least The telephone wires were blown down and communication with Nar rows and FordsTllle has not ben re eatablished It is reported that much damage was done to farm buildings and barns throughout the neighbor hoodAs if by a miracle not a soul was hurt This is attributed to the fact that everybody was awake and most of the people were up when the cy clone came The people turned out of their houses into the inky darkness with bricks and timbers flying through the air but when daylight came it was found that nobody was injured RENDER KY Fab 9Mr Joe Stiersman of Bre men visited his son Tommie Sherman in this city last Friday Mr P L Reid of Rockport was the guest of his daughter Mrs R T Wedding yesterday Mr Tom Gish of Bremen was a welcome visitor to our little city last A ThursdayDr H Tappan of Greenville was here yesterday Mr Ion B Crowe visited friends at Luzerne Sunday Messrs William and David Francis of Herriu III j Robert Francis of P- Y Linton Ind and Richard Francis of Central City Ky are at the beds of their mother Mrs John Franc who is at the point of death 01 heart trouble Messrs Clarence Bosket and Oscar Brown were up from Gish Saturday to see their parents Mr and Mrs 14S Campbell Itave moved to Linton Ind their future homeMessrs Viles Cooper and Evert Smith have gone to Linton Ind Mr Tom Stiersman a clerk for the Central Coal Iron Co here was In Central City Sunday Mr Will Monroe of Echols was In Render Sunday Mr Ed Bailey was in Central City Sunday the guest of friends I Miss Mattie Tichenor is confined to her room of measles Mr Virgil VanMeter of Hodge vllle formerly of McHenry visited In this city last week Mr Henry Render is in Indianap lis Ind representing the United Mine Workers IB the National Con ventionMr T W Englar of Rockpor was in Render last Thurday Mr Pearl Tweddell visited friends and relatives in Hartford Sunday Deputy Sheriff Clarence Keown of Hartford was here on legal business FridayJudson Rowe was the guest 01 friends in Leitchfield Sunday Mr Rhea Armstrong of Leitcl field was in town last Thursday Mr J H Brown was in Beaver Dam last Friday Mr S D Dempsy of Rockpor visited Mr H H Pierce Sunday Messrs James Lacefield and Roy Hill of Central City were here Saturday and went to Leitchtield Sunday Misses Mamie Baldwin and Flor Haynes have returned after a week visit at Taylor Mines Rev Burnett of Hartford will b gin a protracted meeting here the fout Sunday in this month The Odd Fellows Hall that wa burned down on January 31 will be replaced by the Odd Fellows and Red Men It will be brick with an opera on the bottom floor Mr R W Hooper of Echols has taken the contract to sink the shaf for the C C I Co at McHenry Sam Maples of Rockport was the guest of his cousin Claude Chisen jail Mr and Mrs John F Hockr who were reported on the sick list last week are improving Mrs E F Hocker of Leitchfield who has been at the bedside of her son for two weeks returned yesttr day ytate of Toledo sQLucasFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of P- J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for ach and every case of Catarrh that annot be cured by the use of Halls Jatarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me andsubscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A 1886 A W GLEASON sEAL 1A Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nallv and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for the testimonals free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by all druggists 75u Halls Family Pills are the best YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK INC Wben you take Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic be nine the formula Is plainly printed on ever bot- tlo showing that It IB simply Iron and Quluineln tasteless form No Core No 1uy 2Si SALEM KY Feb 9Mrs Lucy Brow and aughter Miss Sudie attendee Quar terJy meeting at Bethel Cbuirn last aturdayMr Willis has moved his sawmill from Dundee to Mr L S Browns near Salem Mr H C Wilson of Dyersburg Tenn is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs JG Wilson this week Mr and Mrs J A Stogner gave the young people an entertainment last Saturday night All report a nice time Mr Warn Boyd lta3 a very severe case of meas- lesclASiTO CA ears theihs Kind You I1av9 Always Bougl- JSlgnaturo Jid +of DeWitts MK Save For Piles Burns Sores r Constipation Imakes biliousness bad complexions Then wheres your beauty Keep the I system in good condition by taking FP1ON IYER A cILLS AND TONIC PELLETS which gentlyassist Nature in eliminating the poison make good Vblood good digestion and will keep they d Roses in Your Cheeks c V Complete Treatment 25c e illfit at all dealers8t t tll flnl A GRIM WAR Japan Strikes Without the Usual Formality Russian Battleships and Cruiser DisabledPort Arthur Bombarded Tokio Feb 9It is reported here that the Japanese fleet engaged and defeated two Russian warships whos names have not yet been learned at Chemulpo today A smaller Russian vessel Is reported sunk and a larger one fired and hopelessly disabled and Its crew captured The Japanese ships are reported slight damaged An official confirmation of the report is unobtainable It WAS reported yesterday that the Ruesiai cruisers Korletz and Varygwere wet lying at Chemulpo and it is possible they are the vessels reported engaged Che Foo Feb 9The steamer Columbia has airved from Port Arthu with additional news of the attack by the Japanese fleet upon the Russian fleet of fourteen battleships and cruisers in the roads outside oi the harbor of Port Arthur The Columbia which was in the roads at the time felt the first shock oi the topedo explosion at 11 oclock Monday night The Russians immediately comment rd to operate searchlights and opened fire towards the sea The firing lasted only a short time At I oclock more shocks were felt and Russians gain commenced firing The Japanese did not return the fire An hour later two Russian battle hips and a firstclass Russian cruiser were seen to have been disabled and were beached at the entrance of the arbor More shocks from torpedoes were felt during the early morning Rnd then all was quiet At 10 oclock Tuesday morning three Japanese cruisers passed Port Arthur in sight of the Russian fleet The whole Russian fleet immediately weighed anchor and went after them but returned in half an hour The Japanese vessels were later seen go- Ing in the direction of Dalny Officers of the Columbia say there were seventeen in the attacking party and only sixteen were seen later in the day near Foo Chow Real Estate is Advancing Get aBargainW- HILE YOU OAN 100 acres adjoining Hart ford 2 500 Here are some choice bargains 70 acres in Hartford for 3000 126 acres near Rockport for 1200 60 acres near Beaver Darn for t6oo 70 near Palo for 650 145 acres 3 miles from Hartford 3000 135 acres 4 miles from Hartford BooOne new house and one hall acre- lot in Hartford at a bargain I have calls every day for farms I- can sell your land for you I have ime lands not in this list all going cheap List your property with me i S A Anderson I Dealer in Real IIAltTIOltl EstateI lY FREE TRIP TO WORLDS FAIR Will Be Given Most Popular YounO Lady In This County With characteristic enterprise tho TvlceaWeek iNquiuru is orterlc to give tho most popular young lad in this county a free trip to tho Worlds fair at St Louis next sun user In the free trip are included an necessary expenses from tho time tho young lady leaves her home until she returns including transportation to St Louis and return parlor or sleet ing car fare admission to tho grounds hotel bill street car fare etc Tho trip may last us long as two weeks Should tho winner prefei the IxQtmtun will give her 4000 expense money besides trausportatlo to St Louis and return she to pay her own expenses out of this If sho is economical she can save consider blo of the 54000 and keep it Tho young lady receiving the most votes gets the trip and votes may be secured in only three ways as follows 1st a ballot appears in ever copy of tho Twice aWeek IXQUIIIKK 2nd 100 votes are given with ever 100 paid on subscription in ad vance 3rd votes will bo sold for 50c a hundred The votes will be counted ever Monday at noon and the cantos closes Thursday March 31 1904 at 2 oclock p m- Any girl of 16 years of ago or moro Is entitled to candidacy Help your sister daughter or sweetheart to get ono of tho grand est trips ever offered one that is en joyable and educational by securing subscriptions and clipping tho ballots Write for sample copy of the Twice a Week Isquiunt Owensboro Ky for further particulars Put an End to it All A grievous wail oftimes come as n result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaints and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put au end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try them Only 25c Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros Drug Store m What are They Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablett1 A new remedy for stomach troubles biliousness and constipa ion and a good one Price 25 cents For sale by all druegists m My Breath Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease Notwithstanding what many physic- Ians say heart disease can bo cured Dr Mlles New Heart Curo has permanently restored to health many thousands who had found no relict In the medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physicians It has proved Itself unlquo In tho hIs- tory of medicine by being so uniformly successful In curing thoso diseases Nearly always ono of tho first signs of trouble Is shortness of breath Whether It comes as a result of walking or running up stairs or of other exercises If the heart Is unablo to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powersthere- Is something wrong with It Tho very best thing you can do Is to tako Dr Miles New Heart Curo It will go to tho foundation of tho trou blo and mako a permanent euro by strengthening and renewing tho nerves I know that Dr Mlles New Heart Cure Is a remedy For a number of years 1 Buffered from shortness of breath smothering spells and jfalns In my left side For months at a tlmo I would bo unablo to lie on my loft side and If I lay flat on my bade would nearly pmotlier A friend advised using Dr Miles Now Heart Cure which I did with good results I to Improve nt once and after taking several of tho Heart Curo tho In my sldo and other symptoms vanished I ntn now entirely wMl All those dreadful rmothcrlng nro a thing of th- opastP P DUAKK Mlddletown O If tho first bottlo does not help you tho ilrtiirrrlst will refund your money Write to UH for Kreo Trial FREe E Inckniro of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills fie yew PHntlHc Kenndy for Pain Also Symptom UUtnU Our Spoclnllst will tlliiKnoi your tell YOU Is wrong and how to right It DU MIlES MIODIOA1 CO LABORATORIES I3LKIIART IND TlJ +++ tI ++++++ +sv14 Af++++++++ t++ I i E P Becrnes I I I r Bro it J Wo hmo been soil i ibrnlHlmade Coats and f Overalls for a mini bpI oi years and every seasons husI I inessshowsinereas I t ed sales on this line of goods If + comfort in wearing II iwhating fir the Car thart brand of Coats and Overalls Ilk of is just the thing totbuy Coat I Overalls 7e and IJ I1 combination 4 of high value and low price that is r hard to heat AIstrviceablo g a r of or iiient that will last t i you for years in the roughest weather fcVe them X 1of Ii1 We art also distributors of these unionmade steam t proof Gauntlet Cloves These haveprovon con clusivelv that ittlwll is no halt r t+ + value fur one dollar on the market Many that are not of t so good sell for the same and moro money J Bargains i + o- fI This iour last week before stocktaking Ladies i Jackets go at onehalf the original price Many rein t nunts in Waist Coods and Suitings at a big reduction J trrom former prices Skirtings at oOc former pril1 tc Coif Gloves at Soc former price DOt Ladies Yam ii Mitterns at half piice And a hot of other Bargains Jt that will prove interesting to you when you see them t tj I BEAVER DAM KY A- o i ++ ++++++++ +++++++++++++++i ++++++++++++++++++++++ ++ + DtEugeneMay OF WashingtonDC ORATOR AUTHORHUMORJSTTRAVELE- RHas f Lectured 1000 Times in Seven Years 110 Times the Past Season at 75 Chatitau taus in Five Years Hear his famous Lecture on the Subject COME UP SMILING v A- 1Court Will HARTFORD FEBRUARY 29 1904 Hartford College t HARTFORD KY studyPreparatorysic Elocution and Art- EXPENSESluition per term of tell weeks 800 Twenty weeks in advance 1500 Board per Peek200 225 Students can enter at any time Catalogue and Circulars Tee Correspondence solicited O MSHU LTZ President i E W PATTERSON V Pres a K I r