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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fartfrb UePUbUC U IIFine Job Work a Specialty XVI KY 19 1904 No IS DEAD Succumbs to Typhoid Fever After An Illness of two Months Fleckering Spark of Life Had Been Kept Aglow For Hours by Scientific Agencies Washington Feb ISSculltor Marcus Hrnra died at 64 this even ing niter an illness extending over two months filled with apparent re coveries followed by rrlnpse and finally drifting into typhoid lever which weakened his condition to such mi extent he was unable to withstand Nor the last two days Senator Hun na was not conscious except nl in te rills and then only to cby mechan leafy some instructions given him by his physicians Fourteen hours be lore the end was announced life prac tically suspended it was a flickering spark being kept aglow by the most powerful scientific agencies Mr Dovtr the Senators secretary read tothe bulletin of the Senators death to the newspaper men in waiting The word went over the hotel like a fUsh The lobby was crowded and scores ol friends were waiting In Mr Dovers room Though it was known live minutes belore that the word probably would he announced that the Senator had breathed his last the eflect upon his friends was like that ot a sudden shock The friends at once took charge of the funeral arrangements Such will be held in the senate chamber at noon on Wednesday at which the president the cabinet congress and the public officials and friends can be present Alter the service special trains will carry the body family and friends to Cleveland where the seivices will be held either at the home ol Senator Hnnnn or that ofhisson Dan Hanna on Friday afternoon Marcus A Hanna was burn in New Lisbon Columbia county Ohio Sep tember 1837 He removed with his parents to Cleveland in 1852 He was educated in the common school of Cleveland and the Western Reserve college at Hudson Ohio He was employed in the wholesale grocery of Hanna Garreston Co his lather being the senior member His fath er died in 1862 Bank represented 4 his interests In this firm until 1867 when the firm closed up He then became a member ol Rhodes Co dealers in iron and coal Alter tenI years the firm was changed to J M AI Hanna Co which still occupies several floors in the PerryPayne building in Cleveland He was largely identified with the lake carrying business owning vessels and constructing vessels He was president of the Union National bank of Cleveland and ol the city street railway He was appointed by Pres ident Cleveland in iffis a director ot S the Union Pacific railway and was delegate ntlarge to the Republican national conventions of i884and 1898 and district delegate in 1888 and chairman of the Republican national committee since 1896 when he made a national reputation as organizer of the interest that nominated McKinley as well as elected him Mr Hanna was appointed United States Senator by Governor Bushnell March 5 1897 succeeding John Sher man who became Secretary of State under McKlnly In January 1898 he was elected lor the rest ot Sher mans term ending March 3 1899 and also for the succeeding full term Last month he was reelected for an full terms and unexpired Sherman term he had ben elected to fourteen years in the Senate less than half ofI which he had served Seven years ago he was a private citizen who had never before held an officer He gained all of his fame in I little over one term as Senator Previous to his management of the nomination ol McKinley in 1896 he hail ben ninny years a member of the Republican State Committee and one of the most liberal contributors to the l campaigns of Sherman McKinley and others He is survived by a wife two daughters who are married and a son Dan It Hanra I h l THE RIGHT MAN James McDonald Declared to Be Miss Schaefers Slayer The Grand Bedford Ind Feb J6The Lawrence county grand jury convened to day and before its adjournment the Schaefer murder cass will have care ful investigation S B Lowe form er prosecuting attorney will aid Prosecutor Miller and hischlef depu ty Mr Stephenson presenting the evidence to the grand jury While the public has been slow to accept the theory that James McDonald is the murderer still it relies very much on the declaration by S B Lowe president of the school board and a leading member of the investigating committee when he says We have the man who murdered Miss Schaefer Ol this there is no doubt Detective Reed supplements by as selling that McDonalds motive was assault and robbery and he adds McDonald is undoubtedly guilty and I think will confess and then the people will see their mistake There is no general ill feeling against the accused and when he is brought back here for trial he will be given a fair and Impartial hear ing A Good Woman Gone Mrs Susan L Taylor died February 10 1934 Nothing from my pen could add anything to her many excellent qualities of head and heart for that in her death earth has lost a Christian and heaven has gained a saint there can be no doubt Mr Lincoln said to Carpenter the artist paint me just as I am I am sure if the deceased had her wishes been con suited would have asked nothing more In early life she professed faith in Christ and became a member of Beav er Dam Baptist church where she liv ed a consistent member until her death Oi December 7 1865 she was married to L L Taylor nov de ceased to this woman lour children were barn Annie M Ulysus now deceased Clydius W and Mary J bin vive hea She lived to see her children grown and settled comfort ably in life and her work seemed to have hen done It was the good fortune of this writer to find a home in her family at that age when boys are so easily- led astray Orphaned in infancy we never had the advantages of coun sel and novice from father and moth ereSo essential to the development- of Christian character and In this home and this good woman we found both if we have accomplished any thing for good in this life it has been in a long measure due to encouragement and kindness received at the hands of this good woman Surely this scripture is fulfilled in her Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord yea from henceforth for they rest from their labors and their works do follow them Doubly blessed are all children who have such a mother What more could be said of her She was a Christian woman A FRIEND Cutting Affray at Fordsville Arthur Johnson is charged with having taken on too much booze andI he ran amuck at Fordsville with a result of smashing a quart bottle ofI whisky against a negro boys face and then receiving a vicious cut from a knife in the hands of the negro The fight occurred at the Illinois Central depot at Fordsville After Johnson had been cut he was pushed oil theI platform and his head struck against rail and he was badly bruised Shock too Great Newsport News Va Feb 16 Charles Ryder sixty years old anI Aurora 111 traveling agent for a chemical manufacturing company upon learning in response to hisI inquiry as to Senator Hancns condition that Mr Hanna was dead fell in a swoon in front ot the postoffice building He died after being removed to the hospital J OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH Queer Record Bride Seven times and at is Again Eligible Two Husbands Had Six Wives Each Another Four and She Was Third wife of One The pension agent and attorneys in Southern Indiana in the investiga tion of a pentlon claim have unearth ed a matrimonial record that is per haps second to none that has ever existed in this country- It has been discovered that Sophia Denton a Jackson county native of the early fifties has been married seven times that two of her husbands had ventured into matrimony six times another four times and that she was the third wife of another ol her husbands The woman is now seventyfive years old and lives near Brownstown The name of her last husband is withheld by the pension authorities One of the peculiar features of the marriage record of the former Miss Denton is the fact that each time she ventured into matrimony she was married under her maiden name Sophia Denton The woman was married first in 1856 to William Waktr Then fol lowed marriages at intervals of from two to ten years to Henry Morgan John Sullivan Martin Morgan Noah F Hall John lUch and her last hus band whose name is withheld The marriage record shows that Henry Morgan and Martin Morgan had each been married Sx times while Noah F Hall had been married three times John Sullivan four times John Rich twice Both of the Morgans had been soldiers in the Federal army in the Civil War and the woman had drawn pensions at different times as the widow ol each An application for a pension on ac count of the death of her last husband brought about the present investiga tion Assessed Valuation Complete summary report for the year 1904 shows the following Number of acres of land 356712 value of town lots 13 S9 value 565900 number of horses 7129 value 340550 number of mules 2 583 value 131475 number of cattle 13964 value flI9797S num ber of sheep5762 value i33O4num ber of hogs 30989 value 89 324 Dum ber of legal voters 6613 number of pounds tobacco raised 4422725 tons of hay raised 10508 bushels of corn 902 475bushels of els of taxable proper tyt3i89o365 This is a gain over last years assessment 207165 Total value of property including raise by supervisors 4102 386 Ordinance Town Hartford No12 The Board of Trustees of the Town of Hartford Ohio county do ordain as followsSec I That the Town of Hartford Ohio county Kentucky a city ot the sixth class has a population of more than one thousand to wit one thous and eleven That the population ol said town was ascertained by an numeration of the census taken in pursuance to an ordinance of said town and passed at a regular meeting- of the Board of Trustees thereof on the 8th day of February 194 direct Ing that the census of said town be taken That said town has a sufficient population and is entitled to be in the filth class town of this Common wealthSec II All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved and published February 13 194 ROWAN HoumooK Churn S A ANDERSON Clerk i GIVES UP SEAT Place in the House Gained by1 Fraud Washington Feb 15 Representa tive Shafroth from a Denver Col district voluntarily relinquished his seat in the house at the convening of that body to day The contest for his seat by Robert W Bonyonge at the examination of ballots he said revealed fraud in twentynine pre cincts If he were a judge on the bench he would have to findagainst himself and he invited the election committee to present a resolution seating Bonyonge The statement created a sensation and at iticonclus ion long applausewas heard on both sides of the house Chairman Olimstead of the election committee considering the case paid a high tribute to Mr Shafroth saying although the action was a surprise the case show ed that the fraud in the election were not chargeable in anyway to Mr Shafrolh The house unanimously agreed to a resolution declaring R W Bony onge entitled to the seat for the First Colorado district Uncle Sam Began Weighing the Mail Wednesday The work of weighing in the mail on the various railroads through out the southern division of the United States for the purpose of determining the amount of postage which shall b paid for its trarsportatlon commenced Wednesday Every road will have a m tnIn charge and each train wil carry a representative of Uncle Sam who will weigh all the mall that parses over his division r1 Valentine Party- A pretty Valentine party was given at the home of Miss Florence Morton on Union Street last Saturday even lug by Misses Lizzie Sanderfur Flor ence and Laura Morton The entertainment was unique be ing a radical departure from former social entertainments Its diversity and variety supplemented by its de lightful uncertainty and varigated mutations made it an evening ot un interrupted pleasure and continuous delightAt supper was served The diningroom and tables were decorat ed and beautified ad summum and one could not but imagine he was transformed into a fay and glide away into the entrancing dreams of who were present to enjoy the splendid entertainment which the young ladles had so lavishly and ar tistically provided were Misses Mary Wedding Lizzie Miller Belle Wcerner Lettje Marks Mabel Hub bard Fannie Render Leona Maddox Lillie Thomas Burnice Miller Bessie Fair Belle Burnett Cityand Beatrice Messrs U S Car son James Sandertur Leslie Cooper Sam Cox R R Riley JPS M De Wees Arch Lewis Ira Bean and Felix Lake Latest War News- A correspondent of a London paper asserts that Japan has landed 120000 troops in Korea Another London paper prints a rumor that Russia has several thousand troops in Central Korea The report that Viceroy Alesieff has left Port Arthur is regarded as significant of Russias fear of her weakness in sea fighting A report from St Petersburg apparently well authenticated says the Russian cruiser Boyarln was blown up by a mine on February 13 in the same manner in which the transport Yeni sei was destroyed License to Wed The following marriage licenses have been granted since our last if sue Eugene Jones LafToon Daviess ounty to Etta Ambros Westerfield John R Cox Coffman to Myrtle Patterson Coffman s txsS4t w k 1 DISTalCTSubscription 1 a YearI IIVOL HARTFORD FRIDAY FEBRUARY 311HANNA endingI Jury- Investigates CONGRESSIONAL WOMANS Matrimonial SeventyFive 2ii4oS4numbr wheat47822bush oats294iototal Relinquishes COMMENCED fairylandThose CottrellOwensbDro HAPPY AND HEALTHY A Beautiful Canadian Girl Saved From Catarrh of the Lungs by Peruna LHISSFLORENCE KENAIT j toss Florence E Kcnah 4M Maria street Ottawa Ont writes mylungstook medicine without benefit until my digestive organsbecame upset frequentlyIfelt so sick that I was ready to try anything It brought me blessed relief st once and I felt that I had the right medicine at last Within perfecthealthu Inow have the greatest faith in Peruna F E KENAff should bowaro of contract I WOMEN Tho cold wind and rain slush and mud of winter aro especially conducive to catarrhal derange- ments Pow women escape Upon tho first symptoms of catching cold Poruna should be taken It forti fies tho system against colds and ca tarrhTho following letter gives ono young womans experience with Peruna Miss Roso Garbing Is a popular society woman of Crown Point Ind and she writes tho following Recently I took a long drive In tho country and being too thinly clad I mylunJsshako oft I had heard a great deal of Peruna for colds and catarrh and I BUFORD KY Feb r8Mr Claude Hudson and wife visited Mr Seth Riley and fami ly SundayMr Dodson of Ashbysburgls visiting in Bulord and Pleasant RidgeMrs C W Hussey of Owensboro is visiting her daughter Mrs R R Cundiff Mrs Kittie Monarch is visiting her brother Mrs S J Hussey Mrs Sarah King is visiting her daughter Mrs Sam Riley Mr Mat Martin of Eastview visit ed Mr John Blair a few days ago Rev R T Brnner filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sun dayMrs Dora Garrett returned home yesterday after a weeks stay with her parents Mr and Mrs R P Cnn diffMr Seth Riley and wife visited Mrs Barbara Ficklin of Owensboro a few days ago Mr Wiggins of Green Brier is visiting Mr Thomas Allen this weekMr LaFayette Richeson and wife of Hays who have been visiting in Buford and Pleasant Ridge for the past three weeks are now visiting Mr Pierce Bell of Owensboro Miss Trogden of Utica is visiting relatives near here at this writing Mr C A Hudson of Hartford visited Mr John Blair a few rays agoMiss Lula Hoover and sister of Marshal county are visiting relatives near here this week Shoot Me Said Tot to Baby BrotherIla Feb 16lIars- hal Fort Dodger shoot me askedthree year old i Leo bides No I wont replied his four yearold brother who held a revolver in his hand The second request by the younger bought a bottle to try I am pleased that I did for it brought speedy robe It only took about two bottles and Iconsidered this money well spout U You havo a firm friend in me and Inot only advise Its use to my friends but toIhavo noticed without exception that it has brought about a speedy euro whore ever It has been lMIss Rosa GorblngIf do not derivo prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Peruna writo at onto to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your caso and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vico gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O I hr+ ther wi s complied with and the bal lodged at the bs of the skull I Death was instantaneous H E Holders the father left his revolver between the mattress of his bed and the older boy secured it The yonper child saw him get it and playfully asked him to shoot The mother is almost crazed with grief FAVORS WEST POINT Committee However Will Re fer Matter to Sec retary Washington Feb 18 Representa tives Sherley and Smith were sum moned before the military affairs committee of the house this morning and asked if they wanted to say any thing further in behalf of the West Point army site Both congressmen i said they would make statements if the committee so desired whereupon Representative Parkerof New Jersey acting chairman ol the committee j saidYou gentlemen need not talk further All of us are impressed with the fitness of the land at West Point and the members of this committee favor it but we shall not report in fa vor of any one site Our report will refer the selection of each particular site to the secretary of war It will then be his duty to select the sites II Representative Parker does not hesitate to say that the chances for West Point are better than any otherI site yet named This is the first def inite statement as to the committees action and preferences and as to how the mutter will be determined Representatives Sherley and Smith a are more encouraged now than at any other time Snce the agitation for the West Point site was begun months RJ Chairman Hull agrees fullv with Mr Parker and Secretary Taft is known to favor West Point pSf CAN A MAN LOVE TWICE According to all the old stories and traditions which we have received from our grandfathers and grandmoth ers and other old and exceedingly wise persons there is one kindrd soul born into the world who is the perfect companion to some other kin dred soul if the two are only patient enough to wait for one another But like so many other stories which have been handed down to us from generation to generation this pretty little romance falls to the ground when viewed in the light of facts At the present time there are several mil lions more women than men and one is therefore forced to the conclusion that pairs have not been made up Cases undoubtedly do occur of what is generally known as love at first sight Sometimes a man and a girl meet one another for the first time and realize then and there they are face to face with their fate Perhaps the finest story that was ever written In English language set ting forth this view of love is the last story in Rudyard Kiplings volume entitled The Days Work the sto ry being called The Brushwood BoyLovers who meet like this are tempted sometimes to believe in the legands of the old Greeks who thought that true lovers on this earth had lived and loved before in some previous existence and bad merely met again lu another age and perhaps another worldBut for the majority of mankind love is frequently more a gradual growth than a sudden revalatlon and the question that we are discussing is whether a man is capable of lov- Ing twice Doubtless from time to time In stances come across the path of each of us men who have loved and lost and have remained faithful to their early love throughout their lives Such instances in spite of the ro mance which seems to surround them are undoubtedly rare and the world will tell you that a man is never so likely to fall in love as he is a year or so after he has regarded his life as hopelessly ruined by the loss of what he will then term the one woman in worldWhen man has idealized a girl and looked forward to a life of happi ness with her and in the period be fore losing her has enjoyed her com panionship and allowed all his thoughts interests and asperatlons to center round her if she is suddenly taken out of his life either because he brings matters to a crisis and finds that his hopes were vain or because death or some other cause puts an end to his dreams the loneliness which that man is bound to experi ence is too deep for any one to realize except those who have been through- it For a time his feelings will be numbed and he will merely contrast every woman he meets with the girlI he has lost to the detriment of the woman in question if they only knew It but after a time the bitterness of his loss gives away to a feeling ol loneliness and a yearning for the sympathy to which he has been ac customed transcends all other emo tions This state of mind is probably quite unknown to him but after a time perhaps to his Immense surprise and even in spite of struggles he makes to be loyal to the old faith some new acquaintances comes into his life which ripens into friendship and deepens into love And yet he feels that a fresh Inter est of growing power and force has come to him How can he ever be sure that the dawning love is not merely a passing fancy If he hasI got over the loss of the first he will not always have a haunting dread that even It he married what cynics might call his second love he might not later on meet a third It has been stated by someone who had a considerable knowledge of men and things that a mans first love is always his last and his last is always his first and such is the power of a man in rearranging his theories to suit facts that ere long he undoubtedly by means of certain mental gym nastics brings himself to believe what he wants The most comforting theory in this position and the most comforting theory to the girl who knows about the firstlor so often on I occasions like this the friendship with tit second begins by her sympathiz big with his troubles over the first is that love like so many other things in the world is subject to the great laws of evolution There is an amount of comfort in this belief to the lovesick swain which is quite incalculable He only has to realize that he has started out in life with a great ideal realization of which has been seeking through the length and breadth of the world and the first girl or even as the cynic might ob serve the second and the third girl were merely increasing relations of the ideal being whom he has sought until now at last the knowledge breaks upon him that the steppingstones may be reverenced as such and such alone for the full realization of all his dreams has come true 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 Will iams druggists m a The Curiosity of Women The Richmond Ky Climax says The ways of a woman are beyond understanding her curiosity is some thing appalling A Seattle woman led by curiosity looked through a window and watched fifty initiations into the order of Elks and has heard the form and ritual so much that she knows by heart all the ceremonies of the antled tribe If the Elks dont watch out there will be more of the fair sex who will know their secret for that is something it is claimed that cant be kept by a woman r CaSTOElXA m Bear theihs Kind You Hats Always Bought lllgtutureCf In this Case Justice Soon Recov ered Sight Former Senator Mason of Illinois was waiting for a train in one of the villages nearChicago To pass the time away he went into the office of the lo cal justice of the peace The justice was an old man goodnatured and with little knowledge of the law A young man was brought in charged with disturbing a religious meeting Evidence was presented to show that he did disturb the meeting After the evidence was in the young man told the justice he was sorry that he would never do it again and begged to be let oft The justice of the peace wiped his spectacles and cleared his throat tlBoy he said I know your lather and your mother They have been my lifelong friends I have k own you since you were a baby hiltbutI but The old man broke down and cried When he had recovered himself he continued But justice is blind I sentence you to two years in the penitentiary Senator Mason then arose an I sHirlI he had no interest in the case but he did not want the court to make an error He told the justice he had no jurisdiction that he could not im pose such a sentenceINo juris what man between sobsIMason explained what he meantt Well said the old justice smil ing broadly Im glad I havnt Johnny you can goPhilldtlphlaI Press Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor 1disappearneys order trouble prevalent child weak child often urine scalds when child reaches when should able control bedwetting upon ofIdifficulty should trouble firstI these Important organs unpleasant trouble condition kidneys bladder habit supposeWomen made miserable trouble remedyTheSwampRoot sold by druggists fifty dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle mall are r or diseased Kidney has become so 1 that it is not uncommon a to be born afflicted with kid neys If the urin ates If the the flesh or If the an age it be to the passage It is yet afflicted with depend It the cause the Is kidney and the step be towards the This is due to a diseased of IheIand and not to a as men are with kidney and bladder Is soon realized It Is in cent and one by out of for too free also pamphlet tellltotno of fiwami Koot ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer fz Co Einghamton N Y be ture and mention this paperIDont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr KilmersI SvampRoot and the address Bii NY out OL THE SPRINGY WALK Coming in With The Eastern Hat is The Newest Thing The new walk the walk which will come in with the Easter hat is the springy walk And to walk it as it should be walked one must learn to spring on the balls of the feet which are now to be used for bouncing pur poses only The advantages of this walk are found in its exhilaration It is also to be found in the splendid exercises which it gives to the muscles of the egs and back and more than all i the very graceful effect which it ha upon a pretty girls general bearing or carriageIn springy walk the weight ol the body is divided up The burden is taken from the legs and is thrown upon the back Yet the back does not become tired for the spring comes partly upon the abdomen and even the shoulders assist in th springinessOne tell the minute one walks with a woman wheather she has ac quired the springy walk Her steps are of the bouncing kind and her body seems full of elasticity- To get this walk one must owen a pair ot very flit shoulders One can not bave the springy walk if ones shoulders are round or it ones body is bent forward One must also have a slender body for no fat woman was ever able to make her footsteps elastic With fiat shoulders and a slender figure any woman can learn the new walk And as soon as she has ac quiried it she will find that she has acquired along with it a great many other things She will find that she has obtained a long slender waist and that this long slenderness is one of her chief beauties She will also find tnat she has suddenly developed a pair of very wide sholler and that the wide shoulders are very muscular She has become a deep breather She will also find that she has suddenly come into great strength ol bodyor the springy walk does a great deal for a woman It is the best davelopcr that is known Tin n are certain exercises which the woman who wants a springy walk should tfeke One ot these is the hip petyhop exercise To get this to perfection put on a gymnasium suit and stand upright and then hippety hopa the children do This is really a greater exercise them bicycling for it brings more muscles into plaj Health and bauty exercises are five in number The first is the right angle exercises and it is to reduce the waist Stand on one foot and let the other extend out at right angles The second is the bicycle exercise and it is to strengthen the weak back Lie on the floor and cross the armsI Work the feet as though working the pedals of a bicycle The third is the kitten and ball exercises Throw the ball and run af it Put on a gymnasium suit and chase the ball around the Throw the ball and try to catch it asI rolls Keep on doing this until out of breath This is to assist the heart and lungs The fourth is an exercise which can be taken for slenderness It is the hlppety hop exercise which reduces the weight This exercise also make the waist smaller it also strengthens- the muscles of the limbs and back The fifty exercise for health and beauty is to I flatten the shoulders Lie on the floor and lift the body us ing the muscles only Let the abdomen and chest restfon th floor Kick the feet in the air land lift the headi This is the best known strengthen round shoulders If you kit iw anything tell TilE RE PUBLICAN about it If you have been anywhere tell THE REPUBLICAN about If anyone makes you a visit tell THE REPUCUCAN about it If you going to get married tell THE RE PUBLICAN about it If any of your friends contemplate matrimony tell TilE REPUBLICAN about it THE RE PUBLICAN is in the market for news and wants to know everything that is going on Strong Drink The history of strong drink is one of ruin trs and blood It is perhaps the greatest curse that ever scourged the earth It is one of de pravitys w rt fruits find a giant de mon of detraction Men may talk i enrthq tjtts storms conflagra tions famines pestilence despotism and wars but intemperance in the use of intoxicating drink has sent a vol ume of misery and woe into the stream of this worlds history more fearful and terrific than any of them It is the Amazon among the rivers of wretchedness It is an evil that f limited to no age no nation no par ty It has taken the poor man at his toll and the rich man at his desk and the Senator In the Halls of State and the drayman on the streets the young man in his festivities and the old main his repose and plunged them int ruin It is like Him whose name is Legion no man has been able to bind it It was strong drink that servin HamsIt has blotted out the names of families and caused more ruin every way than any other one curse It has drained tears enough to make a sea expended treasures enough to exhaust Golconda shed blood enough to red den the waves of every ocean and wrung out enough wailing to make a uae der world Some of the mightiest in tellectssome of the most generous na turessome of the happiest homes and the noblest specimens of men have been blighted and crushed aud buried in its wrechedness It has supplied ey ery jail penitentiary and almshouse and charity hospital in the world with tenants and it has sent forth beggars on every street and flooded every city with crime Could this form of sin only be swept away forever we would hardly need such things as prisons asylums charity houses or police The children of haggard want would stand in thehals of plenty the tears of orphanage and widow hood and of disappointed hopes would dwindle in a goodly measure clouds would vanish from many homes andI peace breathe fragrance Laura P Gill T Relief 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 nnllnt the same time clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals andsoothes the affected parts OncI Minute Cough Cure strengthens the Illharmlessaud Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and goollI alike for young and old Sold r Wayne Griiiiu tt Bra in I Amazing Progress Under Jostph Chamberlains lead ership the Protective Tariff move ment is snaking amazing progress in Great Britain Its manufacturers and merchant lia1 arerdy learned that a FreeTJaJc counlry was at a terrible disadvantage in competing with the high Tariff nations and they were rips for the crusade Mr Chamberlain so boldly inaugurated According to the present outlook FreeTride will soon not have a sin gle important nation among its ad herents Troy Press One Minute CoughCure For Coughs Colds and Croup BOSWWORLDS FAIR ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AND THE Louisana Purchase Exposition ENTIRE NEWRailroad WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS a Parlor Dining and Sloop ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back ScatsiComplete Illustrated j holder of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send lOc Silver for copyi of the Worlds Fair For nits Urn of train SliipltiK fur 1IlrrviitloiiH Kti mill on tiny Ticket Attcnf until lrO P JiIrl rill timil PUSS Apnt Cliicliinntl Olds or It N iUOW nl A- Ioulsvlllv Kv N 1FREAKS Of Nature Are no Longer in Favors marriage of giantsCapt Bates 3of Kentucky and Miss Swann ul Nova Scotia each about seven feet highexcited considerable com mo lion in London over thirty years ago A coldness and indifference to both giants and dwarfs has since andoprobably this icyness of clemeanrr may be ascribed to the fact that per sons belonging to these classes ore often uninteresting personalities in themselves and lack the sensational qualities needful to enchain public at tention In the show line the value of sensationalism was never greater than today It dwarfs and giants could be made to develop really unu sual powers of mimicry and merri ment there might be tore money in them A critical age looks upon them as tame though Barnum had no cause to grumble over British want ot appreciation when he brought Gen Tom Thumb and his wife to England in 1844 They retained their popularity over a long series of years and it was in 1895 that they paid their second visit to Windsor Castle and performed before the royal family On that auspicious day the General and his wile took their baby along with them Albert Smith wrote a play called Hop o My Thumb lor Thumb and he performed at the Lyceum Theater in it He impersonated Napoleon before the great Duke of Wellington and created a flint commotion in the royal presence by having a battle with Queen Victorias poodle which took an objection to the tiny courtier Mrs Thumb born Warren and her husband Mr Stratton were outdone la size by Commodore George Wash ngton Nutt and Miss Minnie Warren who became his wife Mrs Nutt was a third smaller than her sister Mr Thumb and the Commodore was declared to be the smallest manikin in the world He had len a In borer on his lathers farm in Ameri ca anti owned brothers ot normal szd But personally he was so small I that Tom Thumb literally looked down upon him We have pasI beyond the slageI when natural encenlricitics power to set a multitude agogLonl- ion Telegraph Nothing Equas Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr P B SpiiiM of Iinclmnl Ala hits become acquainted with the good qualities ot Clmmlierliuiia Colic Cholera and Dinrrlioeii Remedy and uses it in his own family and in his practice He sup It heats guy preparation I have every seen for nil bowel complaints I do nut think of recommending any other sold also use it with any my children This remedy is for salt hall druggists It Is a good plan occasionally to tote your troubles to some ono who will point out that you are to blame tor having them Atcblson Olobe Have You Indigestion It you have Indigestion Kodola Dyspepsia Cure will cure you It has cured thousands It is curing people every dayevery hour You owe it to yourself to give it a trial You will continue to suffer until you do try it There is no other combination ot digest ants that digest aud rebuildat the same time Kodol both Kodol cures strengthens nd rebuilds Bold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Dont judge a man by htI failure in life for many a man falls bccauxo he Is too honest to succeed Cancer Cured Mr W W Prickett Smithfield Ills writes Sept 10th 1901 I Iud been suffering several years with cancer on my face which gave me great annoyance and unbearable itch fag I was using Balards Snow Liniment for a sore leg and though an accident I rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer and as it gave me almost instant relief I decided to continue to use the liniment on the lancer In a short time the cancer came out my face healed up and there s not the slightest scar left I have implicit faith in the merits of this preparation and it cannot ho to highly reccomniended 2i5c fiOc and 81 For sale by J IL Williams druggists m I R Weak r 1 A d HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of everyone hundred people who have heart troublo can remember when It waaalmplo indigestion It Is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease not organic are not only traceable to 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On either side of this he and his helper strip the yel low enrs from the rows within easy throwing distance of the wagon which alternhtdy hulls and goes ahead a little way In its wnke It leaves a trampled row of learning broken stalkn to which somebody must stoop and laboriously gather a difficult salvage Men who were brought upon a hum remember that usually a boy was set at this task nobody considering that a boy hurl any feelings worth conslcl erlng and they may len ptr onnll recall the anguish ol soul and body engendered by frozen cloda entangling stalks mud or snowencrusted husks and the rasping stubborn ears that would not snap They remember too that insult wax added to Injury by frequent taunt over not being able to keep up Some of them have gone on having the down row fail to their lot In latter ana winter fields and have borne its hardships with varying degreeae of fortitude Some of them have been able to shirk the subsequent down row entirely and have gleaned comfortable aud without stooping amid the upright harvest Every buslneas apparently has iU down row which somebody must look alter and keep up Its difficul ties vary In kind and degree in the diflerent callings Involving here the constant attention to tedious and pet ty details of trade and there the reeon clling of factions lhhr with freakish capital by way of a thousand little dully annoyances Every man grimly believes his own business to have the most down rows to harass and trip and waste and fret and which he fancies his neighbor In some enviable way avoids In the home nobody wants the down row but somebody must take it and usually It Is the mother for mothers are made that WRY In with her other manifold duties she incorporates Us trials and strength and patlnce sometimes a sense of duty sometimes because It Is less trouble to put up with their exactions than to avoid them and sometimes 1 because the would gladly and willingly sacrifice herself to the comfort of her family A mistaken idea this last at times but who shall convince a mother of that A mothers down row begins early In the day for un her devolves the task ol waking firot and pressing the button that starts the household machinery and declares the show open for the day and she it is usually who at night covers the fires locks up the house and puts out the cat All in between she does a lot of things other people shirk from gathering up the clothes for the laundry and cleaning the ohildrena rubbers to scald Ing out the refrigerator and washing greasy kettles and frying pans There are a few Uriah Beeps in the world who sit around with an a caust of bread is good enough for me air of selfinvited martyrdom and whose cringing humbleness makes you want to hunt up all the down rows you know of and give them as a present Geneva Lane Whon You Have a Cold The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the lungs This is heat accomplished by the free a use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mu cus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of the lungs produces ft free oxtoration and opens the secretions A complete cure follows This rem oily will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment and it leaves the system in a naturaland healthy condition It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by all druggists m SentinelP a position distinctively its own as a National political observer its watch tower at the seat of government giv ing It a view of the whole field of politics that is not observed or nar rowed by states lines It is an Inde pendent newspaper with Democratic leanings so far as past personal incli nations and associations got in con trolling sentiment but It takes a broad view of public questions and speaks I a Sy t its mind after a fashion that carries weightThe Pests editorial on Mr Bryans participation in the recent Goebel tear shedding at Frankfort under the heading Bryan Cannot Consecreat a Crime shows a remarkably clear general knowledge of Kentdcky pout teal history for half a dozen years that illustrates the point we make and it seems to be equally at home In the discussion of timely occurence of other states The Post is far and away the most ably edited and the broadest newspaper ever published at the National capital and deserves the high place it has reached in cir culation and influenceLexingtonL- eader Perfect Confidence Where there used to bo a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the household when a child showed symptoms of croup there is non perlect confidence There is owing to the uniform success of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy in the treatment off that disease Mrs M I Basford of Pooleaville Mil in speaking oi her experience- in the use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Cham beilains Cough Remedy for I have used it with perfect success My child Garland is subject to severe at tacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relief For sale by all druggists m WHEN MAN IS ENVIED Whon ho doosnt have to twist his arms to hook his bodlco up the back When he CAn wear his best bat In tho rain without getting the curl out of tho feathers When ho gives his hair a neat Itttlo slick with a comb and prgjtoi his colt fure la complete- When tho children cry and ho can whistle a tune get hIs lint bang the door and go out When ha stows things away In bin multitudinous pockets and saunters on with unlncumbored hands When he trips up tho street on a rainy day with hIs trousers jauntily turned up and no skirts to kick When he swings easily on and off a moving car without danger of tan gling his heals In his petticoats When thn dinner Is spoiled and he chats unconcernedly and all the guests pity him because he Is married to an Incompetent fussy discomposed wo man Chicago Journal WEAK AND LOWSPIRITED A Correspondent Thus Dis crlbos His Experience IIIcan strongly recoommend 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 Herbiuo must be a unique preparation for cases such as mini for a few doses entirely removed my complasuts I wonder at people going on suffering or spend ing their money on worthless things when Ilerbitie is procurable and so cheap 50e a bottle at J H Williams druggists m Deantri Vnrietlei The French say there are several ages as well as kinds of beauty the beauty of mere youthfulness which they call la beautc du dinblc aloo a beauty of ugliness of old ago and of thinness called la bcante du tinge Frederlka Uromer tho Swedish novelist had the beauty of plainness She was so very plain of face that tar expression of trustfulness as though appealing to you to find some other quail ties in her than mere looks shone out with a perfect radiance that ennobled her face and drew friends to her because she had no other beauty But Miss Bremer took pleasure in her well kept hands of which sho used to say Even hands havo their moments of charm Endless Chain of Sickness There are upward one million deaths each year in the Uulted itater In ninetytwo cases out of a hundred the people who die aje less than Ixtyfive years old So It Is plain that in the great majority of cases the cause of death is neither old age nor natural wear and tear It is found on investigation that one nineteenth of the deaths and practically all of the sickness in the world are due to unsanitary copdltions that could be corrected nad to bad habits that weaken the body and make it less able to resist the disease that comes its way But death Is not the only evil that results from preventable dlscas Na tural death such as comes from old age is perhaps not an evil at all Such death Is planless and usually comes pecaelully during sleep Death must of course come soon or later but the suffering and pover ty that are so often caused by un natural and by preventable diseases and the despair which so often fol lows and which so often leads to vice and crime are as needless evils and are very larreachlng In their effects The evils that are due to disease can be escaped just in proportion as the conditions and hnblts that bring on disease become more widely un derstoodThe aspects of disease that is to say aspects of disease upon oth ers than the sick themselves should receive wider consideration If peo pie could be sick for awhile sad die without suffering themselves and without causing suffering or sorrow or loss to fathers or mothers or chil dren or friends and without loss to the community then sicknesc and death would be frtr less serious mat ters But the person who is sick and dies is not the onli victim For instance it is plain that if a wage esrner is kept from his work by sickness or death the ability of his family to support themselves is les sened or destroyed If Increasing povery follows more sickness is apt to follows too for the chance of sick ness increases as the body becomes less well nourished and lets well nourish ed and less well protected from cold and exposure There Is a sort of endlfsschain system at work here The sickness of a wage earner father for Instance brings poverty to his family poverty lessens the ability of the family to secure the food and coil and clothing that are necessary to health for where the body Is weak and the health poor disease more easily takes hold The whole family perhaps be comes sickly In consequence of the bad conditions which have caused the lather to become sick andtunable to support them In fact the whole community suffers when the people becomes sick and die for the peo ple arc the community and dls rae anywhere effects the health and happiness and welfare ot the whole Consider also the effect of disease upon the peoples habit and morals We know that poverty too often leads to despair and desperation and that despair and desperation too often lead to vice and crime Many men and women stands the trials of poverty with splendid cour age and in the noblest way but very many have not the moral strength for this and are driven to drink and to every kind ol vice and crime and wrongdong THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Work as good as tlie best and prices as cheap as thecheapest Give us your order and be convinced squaring Himself Stage Carpenter who has been tent on in an emergency to say a line Me lord the police ave discovered your whereabouts and even now approach The Bold Bad Baron Tls talse false The Stage CarpenterAll right Then you go and arsk the blooming stage manager lie told me London Telegraph After the Wedding IIeIt certainly was a pretty wed ding and everything was so nicely ar ranged SheThats Just what I tblnk And the music was especially appropriate lIeI dont remember What did they play Sho The Last HoperIJppincott3 Magazine t Wild Antmnli and tho Unman Voice Gordon Cumming was perhaps tho first to discover the effect of the human voice upon wild animals On one occa sion he had a lioness in full retreat before him lIe called loudly to hcrI whereupon she squatted like a hugo I dog and permitted him to approach In a similar venture ho checked tho charge of a lioness by yelling at her and con tinued to do so while she remained perplexedly sniffing tho ground and al lowed liar to escape Spencer Was Butt of Lunatics Jokes To the late Herbert Spencer the minds of lunatics had au odd fapclni tlon Mr Spencer was a frequent visitor to a number of asylums and he would never laugh so heartily as when recounting some unconscious witticism of a lunatic Sometimes he would tell of thecrit Iclsm a lunatic woman made on a ser mon that was preached in her asylum This criticism was brief but it was telling To think said the woman point ing toward the clergyman to think of him out and me in On another occasion Mr Spencer and a friend were walking toward an asylum they proposed to visit Theii WHV led them across a railroad and seated near the track they saw a young man reading This young man was n lunatic but they did not know it at the time My friend sid Mr Speneer pausing where does this railroad go toThe lunatic looked up from his book and gave his interrogator a long stare of scorn Then he re pliedIt doesnt go anywhere We keep It here to run trains or Not For Fashion Snlce The criminal law of England was formerly marked by Indlscrlinlnntlng severity Theft of an article valued above 10 shillings was punished with death lu writing about Sweet llamp stead and Its Associations Mrs White records a pleasant thing of Lord Mans field who as a rule leaned to the side of mercy It was Lord Mansfield who directed a jury to find n stolen trinket less in value than 10 shillings in order that the thief might escape capital punishment To this the jeweler who prose cuted demurred asserting that tho ash Ion of the thing hind cost him twice that money Gentlemen replied the judge with grave solemnity we ourselves stand In need of mercy Let us not hang a man for the fashions sake A Cnt Story A cat owned by the manager of an English restaurant noticed a mouse which had contrived to find Its way Into a cupboard among a lot of wineglasses Evidently the cat saw that to capture the mouse In that retreat would bo n somewhat difficult task so jumping on the top of the cupboard from a plate there he gently precipitated a piece of cheese on tho floor aud waited For over an hour the cats eyes were glued on the decoying mor sel nnd not In vain At last the mouse could resist the temptation no longer and made n rush for the cheese when the problem which the cat had seem- Ingly propounded to himself found a solution nnd the mouse was caught A Proverb That Failed A schoolmaster has concluded that it is not safe to teach proverbs to very young children Now boys always remember said ho one day that the early bird catches the worm Next morning a small boy toed the Ihic with n tear stained face Whats the matter Tommy asked the master Please sir you snld that It was the early bird that got the worm Yes Well father thrashed me What for my boy II Cos sir I let our canary out early this morning and its never come back with the wormHe VOII Warned They say said Mrs Oldcnstle that Mr Faddlethwaltc who used to belong to our church has become an agnosticIs so Josiah used to take his lunch at the same place he did downtown and he says he often warned him that hed get It if he didnt give up catin so fast Chicago Record Herald In the Vny In our house we follow William Morris teaching she said We have nothing that Is of no use t But that always makes n house look so bare I know It But then we have four children Syracuse Journal 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may qulckl ascertain our opinion an Invention Is probably at Comnumlcn tlonntrlctly conddontlal HANDBOOK on Talent tent free oldest securing tenu Intcnta taken through Mumi 8 Co receive tptcial notice without charge lathe 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another cold wave freeze him on the spot and immediately RUSSIAN soldiers have been snaking threatening demonstrations against the United States and England THAT projectile which hit Lieuten ant Zuboroskoflwitch Port Arthur was greatly worstednaturally IT is reported that the last batch ot Russian names that came over al most tied a bowknot in the cable THE Mayor ot Roenoke Va has requested that the white men ot the city cease throwing stones at the ne gro women IN all probability the present Leg islature will pass a law repealing the secret ballot law and reenact the old viva voice system of voting COL BRYAN is trying to imitate Carnegie He has presented his home town witha library but he hasnt expressed desire to die poor IT is reported that Pennsylvania school teachers are forbidden to hug the big girls How would you like to teach school in that ungrateful State HOTHEADED individuals who are raging to help the Japanese in their war are informed that the mer cury drops to forty degrees below over there RUSSIAS boasting remark that if there was a war she would do Japan up before breakfast indicates that she is in the habit of eating rather late breakfast 111E term of the General Assembly which has been in session since early in January will expire by limitation March 15th It is quite probable that business will require a continuation of its session until about tl at date IF all our Congressmen should fol low the example of Mr Shaproth oi Colorado who resigned when he round that a taint of fraud was upon his election the country would have to holda special election to get a quorum Cor C111 BARNEIT Chairman ol the Republican State Central Com mittee will in the near future calla meeting of the committee to deter mine the time and place of holding the State convention to select delegates to the National Convention at Chicago THAT the Kentucky Court of Ap peals is made up of a set ofcorpora tion lawyers is evident from the cast of opinions handed down by them They may he deciding the law as they eee it hut ifso their legal vision is crooked by the corporation school in which they have been trained WE have received copy of the hill introduced in the Senate by Hon A S Bennett for the purpose of ex tending the public school term to six months It also provides that four undone half per cent more of the general revenue become a part of the school fund We have considered the bill closely and are convinced that if it becomes a law it will meet the ap proval of every one and willmerit the praise ofall engaged in schoolwork TEN DAYS OF WAR The lirrit ten lays of the war have paced with remarkable events The Japanese have shown themselves to bo fittoI capable of discipline and remarkably quick to grasp opportunities while the Russians have shown themselves to be retrogratiug or they are totally unprepared for the con flict in which they are engageda conflict brought about by themselves The world so views it and the opin ion of the world is usually not very seriously wrong in such matters But the results such as they are and as important as they may be have been to the advantage of the Japanese It cannot be accurately ascertained as to the amount of injury they inflicted on the Russians in the sharp engagement at Port Arthur but that it was greater in extent than the Russians admit can safely be in ferred The first and the brilliant dashes are over and steady work may be looked for with hard fighting nod stubborn contests over each inch of ground Meanwhile the question continues to be important Will the conflict be confined to the present contending parties or will it involve the world u MARCUS A HANNA Twentynine months ago William McKinley passed with stainless hands and clean heart into the mysterious beyond And now his beloved friend whose unbroken fidelity could not be shaken by conflict or calamity sets out un the long journey alone and if beyond the tangled ways of fate and change there be a place where loyalty is crowned by reunion these two are hand in hand and their paths will part no more A million hearts went out in prayer that the shadow might not fall just now and a million men who loved and honored the man attendedevery fleeting breath in spirit at least hop ing death would at last relent He passed out calmly after a struggle as desperate as ever a determinedspirit waged against the last enemy and in his passing took with him the pa triots supreme reward the love and the confidence of his fellowmen- It is too soon to attempt predictions at this hour as to what this mans death will mean to his peaple and to his party for the first thought is that of profound grief at his passing and sympathy for those who feel this loss deepest It is enough to say that his place cannot be filled that the enterprise of his life that made for nation al welfare and iudividal goodwere vast and constantand that he who es says to take up his work must needs be both a patriot and a humantarian This man was calm in the face of conflict serene in the presence of danger brave and erect when others cowered and fled manly and frank every hour of his broadand useful life but above these and above all were the unsullied honesty and the uncompromising loyalty of the man who possessed nothing of power or prestige or wealth that he would not ay at the feet of those he lovedand those who held his confidence Through two long fierce bitter na tional campaigns he was tested as if by fire The butt of ridicule of calumny of all the machinations of po litical strife of political hatred he was one ot the most attractive and yet the most modest of all the great spirits that figured in those contests and he rose above them in such a manner as to disarm calumny and turn bitter vituperation into praise And he came out of these conflicts uuscared and men learned the pro found lesson that the honest man is equipped against all attackand proof against allweapons He did not long for glory for lieke Cajsar kingly crowns had been presented him which also like Go sar he refused but he bad reached that exalted plane in the accomplish ments of a single life where he had experienced the sweetest fruition of the hopes of every loyal soul the ele vation of his dearest friend to A stat loftier than any throne and his part in the struggles of those momentous years has made history and enshrined him forever in the hearts of those who revere d the martyred President- It will not be necessary to build my monument to Hannahis single heartedness his candor his loyalty to friend frankness to foe and his patriotism will outshine the costliest ihatt of bronze or goldEx CASTOR I A I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bervrs the- Signature of c Mr J13 Wilson was called to the ber side of his sister Mrs Doll Roach near Prentis Wednesday afternoon Mrs Roach has lockage of the bawls and is reported to b in a very serious indilion CHILD BURNED Its Dress Took Fire While Standing by a Redhot Stove A little daughter of Jack Hen son a farmer who lives near Tuck Daviess county was probably fatally burned Monday afternoon The child was Alone in a room and was stand ing by a redhot stove When her dress took fire she screamed and her mother ran to her but could not ex tlngush the flames until two thlyds of the body of the little one was a blis ter Dr Coke was summoned He said that it was probable that the child would die but that there was a slight chance for her recovery T SELECT KY Feb liIr F M Hatler Ro sine was In town Friday Mr and Mri Charles Sanders ot near this place who have been visiting their son in Indianapolis Ind for several months returned home last Tuesdav Prof S P McKinney Cromwell was In town last Friday Mr D A Royal Fordsville was in town last Friday Mr D J Coleman Beaver Dam was here last Saturday Messrs L N Worley and James Shepard Prentis passed through town Sunday en route to Baizetown Mr and Mrs Birch Shields were the guests of Mr and Mrs James Drake near Cromwell Sunday Mr and Mrs Anthony Arbuckle Baizetown were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ira Arbuckle Sunday Miss Henry Troute of near Pinch ico visited friends in our community several days last week Mr and Mrs Avery Stewart visited relatives near Pinchico Sunday Mr B F Fleaner Cromwell was in town Monday Mr G W Martin was in town MondayMr G Wilson Baizetown was in town Monday Mr C C Martin Cromwell was in town Monday Mr Fletcher Hardison contemplates moving to Narrows Mr J A JamEs Cromwell tie in spector was in town Saturday Rev A B Gardner will preach at Green River Church Saturday and SundayMr S James was in Hartford last week Mrs Eva Shields visited her father Mr J W Cox Pinchico Monday State of Ohio of Toledo ssLocasFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and Statt aforesaid and that said firm will pa the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halljc Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De cember A n 1886 r W GLEASON l c SEAL 1A Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood sad mucous surfaces of the system Send for the testimonals free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by all dru lists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Character in Footsteps Character is easily told by the walk of men and women If one is ar observer of nature it will be seen tha obstinate persons who in argument rely more on muscular than intellectual powers rest the feet flatly and firm ly on the ground walk heavily anc5 slowly and stand with the legs firmly planted and far apart Slow steps whether long or short suggest a gentle or reflective state of mind as the case might be The proud step is slow and measured The toes are consplcicuousl turned out the legs straightened When a revengeful purpose is hid den under a signed smite the stej will be slinking and noiseless Steps that are quick are indicative of energy snd agitation Turned in toes are often found with preoccupied absentminded persons Farm for Rent Known as the Mieur farm near Pond Run church belongs to John A Reitz Sons Evansvllle Ind now occupied by P R Robertson Pos session first of March Apply to W H Moore Hartford Ky k w Y l WHITESVILLE KY Messrs Lonnie McCarter and Geo Brooks have gone to New Orleans to attend the Mardi Gras and to be the guests of Mr and Mrs C E Cook Mr Frank Brooks Owensboro visited his parents Sunday let SIS BivensUtica arc attending school here Mr Plumraer Wedding left Satur day for Louisvill where he will resume his studirs at the Louisville University of Medicine Miss Della May Owensboro is vifrithig friends and relatives here Mrs Iivia Cecil and daughter Hcfiey spent last Sunday At Fords yule Miss Ava Davidson and Mr Jno Petty Fordsville were the guests ot Mr and Mrs W D Neel Sunday Mrs Jno McBrady and children are visiting Mr and Mrs C O Clement Knottsville this teek Mr and Mis Crumpton Philpot spent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs W L Miller Miss McCary and brother of Evansville who have been visiting friends and relatives here returned home SundayMr H Haffey who has been sick is able to be out ajain Miss Beatrice Cottrell Owensboro passed through here Saturday en route to Hartfcrd to spend a few daysRev T J Ratcliff filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church SundayDr Aud Oklahoma Territory is at the bedside of his father Mr Atley Aud who is dangerously ill Miss Stella Wedding spent Tues day and Wednesday at Narrows and FordsvilleMr Styles has gone to Kirks vide Mo to study Osteopathy- Mr Byron Wedding passed through here Saturday enroute to Narrows Dr and Mrs D Haynes have gone to Owensboro on a visit Mrs Tyler Jackson Masonville was the guest of Mrs Eoner Hnynes SundayMiss Unna McCaitley who has been visiting friend and relatives at Lew tsport has returned home Mr and Mrs W R Cook Beaver Dane are the guests of Mrs Cork father Mr D F Brooks Miss Ethel Cook Habit is hire at tending school The schools here that are being conducted by Prof A P Thomas and Miss Jennie Patterson are progressing nickly Mr Guy L Ganane Irvington is visiting friends and relatives here Misses Ethel and Jessie Wells went to Dean field Monday Misses Annie and Gertie Hicke entertained a few of their friends Saturday night Rtv J D Hocker Owersb Ira lectured here Friday night at the Baptist churc- hChamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Unequaled- For Constipation Mr A R Kane a prominent druggists of Baxter Springs Kansas gays Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are in my judgment the most superior preparation of any thing in use today for constipation They are sure in action and with no endency to nauseate or gripe For gale by all druggists m DeWitts O Salve For Piles Burns Sores Real Estate is Advancing Get aBargaillW- HILE YOU CAN 100 acres adjoining Hartford2500- Here are some choice bargains 70 acres in Hartford for 3000 126 acres near Rockport for 1200 6r acres near Beaver Dam for 1600 70 near Palo for 650 145 acres 3 miles from Hartford 3000 135 acres 4 miles from Hartford is w One 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 some lands not in this list all going cheap List your property with me S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate IIAUiTOHD KY OLATON KY Feb 18Mr Sam Keown ol Fordsville was in our midst recently Mr Earnest Wilson and wife of Spring Lick are visiting Mrs Wil sons mother Mrs Jane Payton Messes Boone Payton and Chaille Stevens left for Dyetsburg Tenn the 5th inst Mrs Mary 0 Hoover who has been v rv siV of grip is much better Rr i Mi Iuds who has pneumonia is slowly improving Master Harry Felix is able to be out again Mrs Mela Marlon won sufltring with consumption is no hatter Mr R L Woolen wile and three children are confiners to their beds with measles Mrs W B McDauiel is very sick Mrs Molllc Allen who huts been confined to her room with rheuma tism is able to be one again Mr John F Allen visited her par cats at Rosine Sunday February 14 1904 angel ol death visited the home of JrT Daniel and took the dear wife aid mother from a loving husband and three dear little children d1i 9TORxABe- are thelhs Kind You Hare Alwars Bought Louisville Stock Market Quotations of February iS sales Cattle best quality 4 50 to 4 7- 5Hogsbest quality 5 35 Choice pigs 4 70 Sheep and Lambs Ivxtra slipping sheep 3 75 to 4 75 Extra ship ping lambs 5 50 to 6 oo HoodsSarsaparilla enjoys the dis i tinction of being thegreat II est curative and preventive medicine the world has ever known It is an allround medicine producing its un purifying the blood on which the health and strength ofevery organ bone and tissue depend Accept no substi tute for Hoods but in sist on having Hoods AND ONLY HOODS FREE TRIP TO WORLDS FAIR How the Candidates Stand In the Inquirers Contest OHIO COUNTY Miss Myrtle Day 830 Miss Alma Ford 800 Miss Mabel Miller 737 MJss Pauline Dawson noaMiss Ethel Hunter GOO Miss Irene Whlttlnghlll 600 Miss Lillie Cantrlll 550 Miss Lena Marshall 400 Miss Ellen Gorman 400 Miss Sallie Coppage 320 Miss Annie Bennett 217 Miss Mallssa Roby 210 Miss Gma Maddox 200 f Whataro Thoy Clminberlaina Stomach nod Liver Tablet A new remedy for Htomach troubles biliousness and constipa tion mad iioful one 1ricc 25 cents For sale hyall druggists in 1 Health For a Quarterr People who have torpid liver fmJ life a1 misery All they need is a tnilJ remedy like DMON5h11yqJ ILLS AND TONIC PELLETS The Pill stimulates the liver to its proper work and the Pellets invi orate tin system In slfort they both assist Nature as a medicine should Jo Complete Treatment f f vNNtl 1 Only 2 5 cents c 111 rtfor 11o St IIUI OUR CLUBBING RATES Till llKituucAX and Louisville I hI11SI2fiTI-m KicitisucAN nil Louisville Daily Herald 250 TIlE llnitiJUCAX awl CourierJournal 150 TilE llKiunuiAv and New York Tribune 125 TIlE IlKiUiiucAx and ThrieeaWcok World 105 iTim IiKiUULicAN funlt ells VJacket 125 TIlE RKPUJIUCAX and St Louis Globe Ieinocrat 175 TIlt KKIUHLICAX and Home and Farm 125 TIlt lliciUHLiavx and Lippencotts and Cosmopolitan 325 LAND IS WEALTH Moro than Hint land is the source of all wealth Tho ratio of population to acreage is tine sliding scale upon which opportunity guaged success determined Cut the number of landholders in any State in the Union in two and what is the result Its simple arithmetic opportunities doubled in that State What if threefourths the population be elim inated Opportunities quadrupled and so on Thats the condition ill the great Southwest Arkansas Indian Territo ry Wl Oklahoma This Vest territory is supporting less than onefourth the population of its capacity Fertilea land where wheat andcottton thrive side by side where two yearly vegetable crops are demonstrated possibilities the storyThegreatSouthwest ONE PAREPlus Two Dollars For the round trip first and third Tues days of each month GEO H LEE G P A Little Rock Ark H I McGUIRE i D PA HOWARD JOLLY T P A Cincinnati 0 M l II Ar = i t 1 T caArrivalsWo have now ready for your inspection our Early Spring Arrivals in Embro doles Laces Percals CJiiiglwms and Prints Wo shall bo glad to send you samples or have you como in person to see them While Cotton is soar ing high wo have only Matte a slight advance and on many lines of Cotton Goods none at all EmbroideriesOno thousand yards of Embroideries run ning from 1 to 2i inches pretty patterns at last years price 5c per yard Two thousand yards running in widths from 3 to 8 inches worth today from loo to 35c per yardour price on entire lot lOc and20c Beautiful Val Lacos and Allover from 2c to + 125 per ya- rdSpring PercalsThese goods are sure to havo the ascondon beauf tiful lino to select from at the old prices10c- and 12k per yard Spring GingHams These are staples at all times for fens Shirt Ladies Waists and Childrens Gar ments They come in cheeks and stripes all the now shades for Spring Old price 10c RememberWeat cost any of our Winter Overcoats Suits Underwear liens and Boys Hoots Ladies and Childrens Heavy Shoes If you need any of these Goods conic and see them They are cheap Remember the PlaceThe BargainGivers Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 M R Maddox Rock port was in town Tuesday Tweddell grinds corn every Tuesday f and Friday tf Clothing at cost at ECONOMY STOKR I W B Render City remembered t I us in a substantial way Monday Gum Boots for men boys and children ECONOMY STORK We have some new styles In ladles snappy Dress Shoe CARSON Co j New Rubbers for Ladles Misses and Children ECONOMY STORE W G Condlct Heflin made us a pleasant call while in town Monday Dont fall to visit the Economy Store for Clothing Big cut in prices W M Heflln Heflln made us a j pleasant call while in town Monday Save money by buying your cloth Ing at the Economy All selling at cost U S Condlct made us a very pleasant call while in town Tues day j Miss Jessie Bell Pleasant Ridge r i visited In Hartford the first ot the 1 week E A Smith Ceralvo made us a very pleasant call while In town Monday Mr Wilson Shown of Beda made us a very pleasant call while In town Monday Mrs J S R Wedding Is quite ill of the grip at her home on Washing ton street tWhen you want Corn crushed that Tweddell cruches shucks and all tfI OSTHOIATHV Dr D W King Is at Mrs Lou Collins Examination and Consultation free tf Mr Thomas Bean who has been ill for some time Is reported to be Im proving slowly Dont fall to get our special prices on Ginghams and Outings CoIJ A Andsrson was very sick at his home on Clay Street a few days tht first of the week TeddetJI cornIbring it to Tweddell and get it made Into the best grained hominy ti IJ G Chapman ot the Liberty neighborhood made us a very pleas jant call whtlle in town Saturday Dr A S Yewell Osteopath room 12 Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky Examination and Consultation free Capt S K Cox R T Collins and W M Hudson attended the Mardi Gras festivities at New Orleans this week SrIMonday Dr J S Coleman who has been In failing health at his home at Beav er Damjfor quite awhile is reperted to be very low The Infant son of L T Barnard is quite HI pneumonia Mrs Barnard is just recovering from a severe case of measles It was found from the report of the enumerator that Hartford has a sufficient population to entitle It to be passed to a city of the fifth class Senator A S Bennett was notified and has already introduced bill to that effect In the Senate r v John Render of McHenry la verj ill of pneumonia The sixyear old son of Abe Gaddfc died at McHenry Wednesday S J Tichenor is quite sick of throat trouble at his home at McHenry Carson Co rtcently filed amend ed articles of incorporation Increasing the capital stock ofthe firm from 16000 to 25000- Wavlitngtens birthday will be cele brated in an appropriate manner at Hartford College Monday Exercises begin at 10 oclock We wont Chickens FeathersEggs Geese Ducks Haws Bacon Lard and In fact nil lands of good Coun try Produce CARSON Co The business men of Narrows will run a free ferry across Rough river at that place until the bridge destroyed by the cyclone is rebuilt Why not bring us a lot of Corn Pith and buy a barrel of Flour or n Suit of Clothes or in fact anything you need CARSON Co Mrs William Potts died at her home near Rosine Tuesday night Her remains were laid to rest in the nearby burying ground Wednesday We still have a good lot of Over coats that we are anxious to close out at greatly reduced pricesCARSON Co It is reported that Drs Smith and Innis are treating seventyeight cases of measles and fifteen cases of pneu monia at and near Render McHenry and Williams Several communications came in late this week and some of them were clipped by the printers Send early next week and we will try to print all that contains news Dr A F Stanley bas moved his office from rooms in the Y M C A building and will hereafter occupy office apartments in the second story of THE REPUBLICAN building We are receiving new subscribers every week L P Bennett Beaver Dam and S L StClair Rosine and Elizabeth Brown Centertown have been added to our list this week Rev J Denham Hockers Lecture entitled Who Is guilty at the Baptist church last night was heard by a goodly number of auditors and proved to he an intellectual trett a will as highly Instructive Messrs S T Barnett Arch Lewis U S Carson J S Glenn B D Ringo Dr E W Ford Jas Sander fur S A Anderson Ernest Wood ward R B Martin Jos DeWeese W S Tinsley J B Wilson S S Cox T H Black and R D Walker members of Hartford K of P Lodge will go to Central City today toassist in organizing a Knights of Pythlis lodge at that place Gen Sam Hill Last Mondays dailies brought us news that Gen Hill was ill cf pneumonia nt his home in Lexing ton Since that time there has been unusual concern among our citizens both country and town Gen Hill is desirously well loved here for his tong and uselul citizenship It is no less than the present hope of our people that he may be restored to good health Closing Out Desiring to make a change in my business I will ofler 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 RHOADS Hartford Ky OASXORXABean thetheKind You Have Always Bought Signature of Jim Hudson Hurt Wednesday late in the afternoon while returning from the mines near town with a load of coal James Hud son was caught under the wagon andone of the wheels pissed over nis body It seem that he was walking behind the loaded wagon to keep warm and near the covered bridge across Muddy creek the horses became frightened at the report of a gun near by and began to run away in an attempt to stop them he ran up to near the front wheel on the left side of the wagon and caught the lines his feet became entangled he lell between the front and hind- wheels and the hind wheel passed over the lower part of his abdomen The horses stopped shortly after the wheels had passed over Hudsons body and there being no one near to help him he climbed onlthe wagon tnd drove about one and n half miles I to town When the load of coal was weighed it was found to contain ilorty bushels The Injuries the extent of which cannot yet be determined are very painful and may be fatal At ast reports the injurel man wal get ting along as well as could be ex pected n Pike Road Progressing- D W Thrower civil engineer for I C R R Co at request of Hartford citizens paid Hartford a visit Wed nesiay evening for the purpose of In specting theroad between this place and Beaver Dam looking to some co operation on the part of I C people toward the construction of the pro posed pike between Hartford and Bewer Dam Mr Thrower besides being a skillful engineer told our people a great deal about the proper construction of macadamized reads and without committing himself any further than thlsjhe said that he felt that his company would direct him to make necessary survey showing necessary gradesslopes and cross sec tions as well as estimates of the cost of completing the work for the assist ance of Judge Miller and other mew bers of the Fiscal Court This action on the part of the I C R R Cols another evidence of their public spirit and willingnessto assist in all public enterprises touching I their system I Proposed New County j A scheme has been in progress for some time to form a new county out of portions of OhioDavless andHancock counties and to make Fordsvllle the I county sent If the scheme goes through the new county will get Aet nRvilK Olaton East and West Fords vllle Shreve Narrows about three forths of Ralph and Magan onehalf of Sulphur Springs about onefourth I of Horse Banner a small portion of I Rosine and Bartlettn precincts cr I about onefourth of Ohio county and will take something like the same i territory from each of Davlcss and Htncock counties There has as yet been no steps bunIderltoodtemporarily abandoned but it may be taken up at any time and before the adjournment of the present legislature we may have our territory sliced for I the purpose of forming a new county Dr Eugene May OF Washington DC ORATOR AIITHORHUMORISTTRNVELE- RHas Lectured 1000 Times in Seven Years 110 Times the Past Season at 75 Chautau tatis in Five Years Hoar his famous Lecture on the Subject COME UP SMILING Al Court Hall HARTFORD FEBRUARY 29 1904 THE VERY YOUNGEST EVER Louisville Girl Who Saw But Two Birthdays a Bride Louisville Ky Feb r8Katle D nriohoo a pretty sixteenyearold girl was married today to Harry Griffin a foreman for the Kentucky Tobacco Product company by Squire Keyer Alter the marriage they in formed the brides mother Mrs An na B Donnohoo who declared that she would have the marriage set aside but later relented The bride Is a leapyear girl her sixteenth birthday falling on February 29 I have the youngest bride in America said the groomsman to Squire Keyer She has had but two birthday anniverasrles In her life although she is almost sixteen- CENTERTOWN KY Feb t6Measles are very numerous and we will not try to give names of the people that are confined In btd with the diseasej none danger ousRobert James wife and daughter of Point Pleasant spent this week in 15 and Blue at 390 19 Suits at 245 Pairs at 125 in for 3 for 25c M 9 G 25c 15 fast 5c with the family of S M James here Miss Minerva DeHaven of Livermore after her sister Mrs D Rowe this city has home Mr W T Jones is with us again after in the South Messrs Atherton and of Central City visitedMfriends here Saturday and Miss Emma Morton has gone on an extended visit to and other States in the South Dr Smith of Point Pleasant visit ed friends here last Sunday Mr Will Sallee has gone East in the interest of his timber Mr J M Carter has returned from where he had been to de liver a raft of logs Mr Richard Ashby has moved from Echols to OUt town Mr John is now a citizen with us- Miss Bertha Drake of Island is here her father L P Drake For Sale or furl I Ky Special NoticeiITo Those wM isli to lake nun in Our Winier Cleur8eeninu 8n- lBeilliluiullLus1in E Until Mij I = =ft Wo can assure our patrons a gain of at least 25 per cent and the advantage of being well fitted andstylishly dressed Ve also intend to clear our house of all fII WINTER GOODS so that we will have sufficient room for our SPRING P GOODS will have no comparison here in Hartford To fulfill this re quirement we must undoubtedly sell goods at LOW PRICES and in LARGE =QUANTITIES wo quote you a few SPECIALS p Specials Clothing Ii Black Beaver Over p coats Black Clay Worsted 45 Trousers Striped CSpecials cents Furnishings 12 Suspenders Men and Boys pair Dozen Handkerchiefs white blue andre for Dozen lIens colored Sox visiting returned visiting Kincheloe Wheeldon Sunday Louisiana business Livermore Simpson visiting Trade Matanzas NEW which Hero 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 Goods 414 Ladies Jackets a wonder 500 27 Ladies Capes a beauty at 100 a75 Ladies Combination Suits at45c We have an immense amount of SPECIALS to offer you but on account of 1 limited space we cannot quote you prices or name them all but will kindly ask Iyou to come and see for yourself Yonrs for trade e SAM BACH Hartford = r THE LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER When you see him after a long nights travel he does not make a very handsome appearance with his face begrimed with soot his hands hard and dirty and his clothes slick with grease Yet this man has stood with his hand on the throttlelever of the en gine all the journey through watch Ing between you and death Often when the night has been black and boisterous with angry storms or cold and shaken with wintry blizzards you have lain down in your snug berths listening to the clatter of the swift moving wheels with a sense of security because you knew there was one standing In the cab with sleep less eye alert and vigilant against danger gazing out along the shining steel tracts conscious oflthe hundreds of lives entrusted to his care and you had faith that he would not fail in Us duty Yet at the stations while the train waits for passengers to take their meals none of them thinkit worth while to speak n wordof cheer to him or to thank him lor his faithful ness The conductor the brakeman and the porters are brought more or less in contact with the passengers and they are generally cleanly dressed they get some acquaintance with each other and often with the passengers but the engine driver stands aparthis only company the equally sooty begrimed though less responsible fireman And it is to him and his faithful performance of his work that the hundreds travel Ing on his train owe their lives Sober cool careful he hasbrought you to your journeys end and while the travelers scatter to their homes or pass to other scenes praising the railroad companies for the comfort and safety afforded their traveling pa trons how very few give a thought to the brave engineer whose faithful ness to his trust and skillful hands has hurried them on their wayguard ed from accident and death by his never sleeping vigilance There are obligations between man and man which cannot be compensated by dollars and cents The engin eer Is a man too and a kind word of thanks or encouragement is not lost upon him Leery trip he takes his life in his hand the risk is great Give him a kind word a hand clasp and a hearty IGod bless you and cheer his too often troubled heart by this touch of human sympathy Re member that rough soot begrimed perhaps surely and short voiced he is one of the worlds heroes and to his nerve and skill you owe more than all the cheery words ot greeting will ever repayEx The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insignif icant cut or puuny boils have paid the the death penalty It is wise to have Buckleus Aauica 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 How to Love a Girl All girls like to be loved but they are not all alike and care should be taken to discriminate among the many varieties In making love to an oil maid the preliminaries onlv ue neccessary Give her a far start and she will do the rest Remembrr that she is mak ing up for lIst time and hod on tight and shut your eyes As long as she has Uken the cue cicmt fear the result You neednt do a thingWhen she is young and innocent with a irank openwork countenance and with no experience get up early every morning and watch her door step There are others on the same mil and if you wih to be IIn active member of the club you must do your si are ol the work If she ac- c pi fl iwers tend Mints rrnrtly don Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew w For ovsVMITION Price 00IUSA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Dottles free HArnCknem1ly the Is tI dont feel half well though sometimes 1 people say I feel half lack nut there is no such thing as being half sick The man who feels half rick is all sick As a the cause of the j wk tired half sick feeling is disease of the stomach resulting in loss of I nutrition and consqucntly in physicalweakness Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the istomach and other or gans of digestion and nutrition It restores strength by enabling the perfect digestion and as similation of food It makes half sick people all s I with to f wellfOnnit ChalIce Co Colo I wrote to k about my ticlcness fc A and wu toM to II5- eroar medlcinea which I did with good results I ouly used four tattles or your Go1iieu Medical Discovery and must say that I am entirely wed and feel like a new man and I cau highly recummend your medicine to any sufferer Golden Medical Discovery contains no alcohol and is entirely free from piu cocaine and allother narcotics It is strictly a temperance medicine Accept no n Golden Med teal Discovery There ia nothing jut as good n for diseases of the stomach The Common Sense Medical Advis er one thousand and large in paper coven is sont Butte on receipt of twentyone onecent stamps to pay ex petse of mailing only Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y get too gay This is only your priv ilege And when you feel that you cannot stand it any longer tell her so and leave the rest to her She will be your teacher You neednt do a thingWith a widow be calm and un moved in the face of danger You are in Icr it and dont get rattled Sit aiound whtre ydu can ti treelled and submit to everything But re member that so far as you are con cerned there is nothing doing It wont ba necessary Ii she is a tall straight blonde with lustrous eyes and large open smile dont alow your feelings to overcome you Do the right thing and wait She will see that you are well taken care of Or If she is any other kind of girl it doesnt matter Dont do a thing yourself She will do the rest No matter how slow you may be have oo fear of the ultimate result But be sure of one thing Before begin ning geta million or soTom Mason in February Smart Set Recovered Speech and Hearing Messrs Ely Bros I commenced using your Cream Balm about two year ago for catarrh My voice was somewhat thick and my hearing ws dull My haarinc has ben fuly re stored and my speech has become quite clear I am a teacher in our torn L G BROWN Granger O The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York If the Keutucky Legislature does not draw a halt on its appropriations instead of there being over a million dollars in the treasury by the time that honorable body adjourns there wont be enough to stop a cracker wagou Every little thing in the State wants something Stop it Gen tlemen Jessamine Journal Now is the time to subscribe for The Hartford publican FreeTrade Logic Falls Down The FreeTrade newspapers are ap parently much concerned just now over the alleged increase in prices of woolen clothing which of course they attribute to the Protective Tariff But a great many Americans can still remember when wool was free under the late Democratic Tariff law and Few if any of them recal any especial htapntsi which rsulted And the wage earners had a much lighter op portunity to get momy with which to pay for their clothing Prices of cotton cloths have recently advanced wing to the combined tffec ts of a iiliirnj off in production of cotton and t ie oprations of bull speculators There is tio duty on cotton and according to the logic of our FreeTrade friends that article should be cheapI Hut here is a case where FreeTrade logic falls down though the anti protectionists find it convenient to ignore the factsTroy Times I SAFE DIET RULE Eat The Smallest Amount of Food That Will Preserve Good Health Extract from Roger S Tracys How to Live Long In the February CenturyHow shall onedetermlne then how much food to fat Too much mys tery has ben thrown about this sub ject Let your sensations decide It must be kept in mind that the entire function of digestion and assimi lition is carried on without corsclous supervision or occurrence It should be entirely unfelt and unknown ac cepting by the feeling of bienetre which accompanies and follows Up normal accomplishment Satiety is had It implies a sensation of ful ness In the region of the stomach and that means that too much food has been taken The exact correspondence in a healthy animal between the appetite and the amount of food required is ex tracrdlraiy As a rule the meal un less eaten very slowly should cease before the appetite is entirely satisfied because a little time is required for the outlying organs and tissues to feel the effects of the food that has been ingested If too little has been taken it is easy enough to make it up at the next meal and the appetite will be only the better and the food more greatetnl No one was every sorry for having voluntarily eaten two little while million every day repent haven eaten too much It has been said that the great lesson homeopathy taught the world was this That whereas physi cians had been in the habit of giving thfi patient thej rgest dose he could stand they have been led to see that their purposes was better subserved by giving him the smallest dose that would produce the desired effect And so it is that food Insteadof eating as most people unfortunately do as much as they can they should eat the smallest amount that will keep them In good health A proper amount of sleep is of course absolutely essential to contin ued good health but if dietic habits are correct it is a matter which will regulate itself It a rule is needed one will follow naturally from the fact that almost everyone feels languid on waking and is disposed to take another nap no motter how long he has been sleeping This is a morbid sensation which it would take too long to explain here It is enough to say that lack of sleep should be made up if possible at the beginning and not at the end Thebsst general lule is to rise at a given hour every morning wheather tried or not and go to bed when sleepy oJ An Early Riser A strong healthy active constitu tion depends largely on the condition of the liver The famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Ris ers not only cleanses the system but they strengthen the action ofthe liver and rebuild the tissues supporting the organ Little Early Risers are easy to act they never gripe and yet are certain to aliicasesBro m Married in Japan Mt Sterling Ky Feb ISMlsR Fannie Hinds who was born and reared in this city and who was sent by the Kentucky Conference of the j Methodist Church as a missionary to Japan was married In Korea January 16 to Rev M C Sandwick a mIs- sionary In that country They will reside there Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventative of suicide has been discov ered will interest many A run down system or despondency invaribly pre cede 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 grout tunic and nerveine will strengthen the nerves and builds up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney regulator Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggists in Cast Your WatersThe savior said when upon the earthlithe poor ye have alwaysI wltb you says an exchange His prophetic eye seems to bave pierced tha future and to have outlined the conditions or all times There are many worthy poor in this would whom fate seems to have doomed to eternal proverty They are not always shiftless or prtflicate but it seems that the hand ot indigence is heavily upon them An immutable destiny seems to place them in a cer tain niche in lifes mysterious scheme from which they are utterly powerless to escape The reverse Is true under opposite conditions Some men seem to make money and not half try Then how jjftietous and how dutiful it Is for the favored and fortunate one to their substance to their lets fortu nate and darkly destined companions In life Subscribe for TIm RK PUB LICAN the best local paper in this part of the State You can get it and most any leading newspaper of the United States at reduced fig ures Soc our clubbing offer in another column Town Ordinance No 11 The Board of Trustees of the town of Hartford Ky do ordain as fol lows1st That the census ol the town of Hartford be taken at an early date as practicable or possible 2nd In pursuance to above that Jas T Samkrfur be and he is luteby appoined and authorized to take the census of the town of Hartford Ky and said Jap T Sanderfur is author ized to employ such aid as he may deem necessary in taking census of said town 3td The above said Jus T San derfu is directed to report his findings to the Board of Trustees on Saturday February 13 194 at 630 p n1 at office of C K Smith Hartford Ky An emergency is declared to exist and this ordinance shall become effec tive upon the approval of the Chair man of the Poird of Trustees All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved February Igra ROWAN HOLBROOK Chmn- S A ANDERSON kIFOR SALE I AVo have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowl ing Green Business College or Normal school department a Scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville For further information call on or address flU liKiTHurAX H1LIANtiIN7IIEAlIli CURL FOR CATARRH1M ELYS CREAM BALM Kiixy nyd pleiiHiint to list Contalim no In jtirlotirt drift It IK quickly nliHiirb ed fllven Ililluf at onco It opens and CleiitifeK tit NaHiil IliRNawi Allny Inlln III II EADlrIlILMemlirntii Hentorex tliiSeiuvH and Tuntuand Sinvll Large Sit Mi isms at DrnpirlxtH or by mull trial SIre1o cents by mull KIV 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IutukofIliirlford W H BARNES Attorney at Law ITOJSII warts 1ourttpprulsliiMncfx to lilxcnro illet tlonn rperl Ity Ottlce In rout rthuusr ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY i tnnruuaTCU I Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phone and build your own lines and be ft talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense if you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky Iandcured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will he cheer fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky r iiiiYouTkeQuinineIts of malaria Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well admit it will euro malaria but it leaves almost deadly after et- leetsHERBINE is purely voeclnblo nnd iilwolul guaranteed to cure malaria rlcl licadaclir bi1iouuuci and all stomach kidnoy amid liver coaiplaiuU TRY IT TODAY 50 Cents a Bottle tr Drr Itlsla larsa mrt o+ rtwtrn v r No 131 on ForSale by J H u Williams Hartford 0 Ky f I r U To Cure a Cold o in 0 One Day In Cures Two Crip DaYS 1 I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven boxes past This entrusted on eve box2Sc- I I 1 pYt3e i PROVES MAN OF GENIUS r Tramp Works Clever Trick and Gains Two Pair of Shoes I dont pretend to account for the Inequalities In this world but I do know there are a good many numskulls who are rich and a good ninny fevery shrewd men who are poor said a merchant who was taking lunch with n party of friends down town yesterday Here is a little incident that will give you some idea of what I mean Im something of a crank in the matter of shoes and always have from five to a dozen pairs that are partly worn but still available for service One morning last week a hobo1 called At the basement door of my house and succeeded in getting my wife there to hear his story But wtlA fact that his feet were on the ground pleaded more eloquently than anywords and my big collection of shoes was brought out to him to choose from He took a couple returned profuse thanks and lelt Toward evening my wile was out nd I at home Along came a hobD1 with the hair through his hat and his feet through his shoes lie humbly asked me if I couldnt help him in the way of footwear and I way in the midst ol a relusal when he said my wife had toM him In the morning that I had a pair of shoes that were not mates nnd I would probably be willing he should have them More with the Idea of convicting the fellow than anything tlse I brought out the sj pe Sure enough there were two of them for the left foot without nny corresponding shoe for the right I didnt see how he could utilize them but he said they would serve his pur pose and he started out with them In the morning the fellow hall been shap enough to pick out the two shoes for the right foot and then waited around till he could work me for the other two I dnppose one pair went to a pal Now there is a fellow tramping it that would simply raise Nell II he hul a chance at wrecking railroads or cornering wheat Theres not one iURii In a thousand that would hen ttuiht of turning the trick he did New York lns End of Bitter Fight Two physiciutiB hud a long ami Htubborn fight with an abcefn on my right lung writes J H Hughes of DuPont GIL and gave mo up JCveryboily thought my time bud come AH a lust resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion The benefit 1 received woe striking and I was on my feet in 1I a few days Now Ive entirely reI gained my health It conquers nil Colds and Throat and Lung 1Vnynolillin bUc and 8100 Trial bottles free aExtent of Russias Naval Resources To a great extent the Russian Npy was in early days the offspring of the British Navy It was on the Thames at Deptford that Peter the Great watched the process of shipbuilding stod It was from the Thames that he set out later for home with a large body of workmen skilled in the use of tools to assist him in the upbuild Itw ofa fleet to hold Sweeden in check How strange such an aim sounds today In later time many British navel officers Admirals El phinstone Greig and a score of oth ers were tempted into the Russian service and until recent years not a few of the ships of the Russian Navy were constructed in British yards of British material and with British la bor With splendid determination the Muscovite power has now thrown off outside assistance and despite all difficulties has developed her reo urces At St Petersburg she has today six big building slips so that six battleships or large cruisers maybe in progress at one and the same time Cronstndt Is mainly a repairing yard the Baltic yard at the mouth of the Neva has been much improved and provided with a new building slip since it came into the hands of the government a few years ago and Libnn is the new advanced base of the Russian Navy at a point in the Baltic which Is not frozen up each winter At Sebastopol and NlchoUlefl in the Black Sea there nre good buiHiug jnd docking facilities anti since Via I dlvostock was adopted as the far Eas tern base a splendid new dock 550 feet long and 90 feet wide has been constructed and another dock is in hand nnd steps are being taken to fit Port Arthur as a strongly defended naval bise The harbor already has one dock with smith and shop The fixed defenses at Port Arthur have been practically completed and work on a new dock Is already In hand Not many years ago Russia hTi to turn to other powers for almost every thing she required for the construction of her ships but she has now rendered herself to a great extent in dependent of outside assistance by the provision of steel gun and armor work Even her engines which ten years since she was obtaining largely Irom British firms she is able to pro duce in an increasing degree herself W Early Risers The famous littlo pills RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Till liont imrketlntniiuRhfnr iiHimlowmlonH Tlit family bottle CO rental contains umipply fur n yeur ilruKKlitH Hell the- mWanted Special Representetive in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise and old established bus iness house ot solid financial stand- Ing Salary F1 weekly with expense paid each Mondy by check direct from headquarters Expenses advanced and horse and buggy fur nished when neceismry position per manent Address The Columbia 630 Monon Bldg Chicago II 316t D A l3 T O EI IdBean thetheKind You Have Always Boncht Signature 1Ifof fI4 Dramatic Scene at Wedding New Orleans Ii FtbI3A well dressed young woman in tears has dramatically slopped the marriage here of Lawrence S Stnborn Jild to be a member ufIt wealthy family In Boston a id Miss Gelda Ohlsen of Sweden The couple possessed of a marriage certificate went hell re Judge Downing to be married itcconi panted by wittumes The ceremony was performed and al the signatures lint that ol the jmige had been attach ed to the retort when the handsome young woman who said she was wife No I burst into the ufifcf She said she had umarraje cetltfrat and if uivtn tune would prove to the court the loriv nt her uljotio s Judge Dnwnirri Til hr tldwait six hours anil tilt ttile ih aMruril1vmfe and tile j1IIr hlloIIlIl went away lojethtr i Ile burr innplt art yollnp AllIl lrlll rd ilHi- nHile mi rX Y hilt uiiitf fiu nn the court Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the worldand is still traveling bringing health and comfort wherever he goes To the consumptive he brings the strength and flesh he so muchneeds To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food To thin and pale persons he gives new firm fleshand rich red blood Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own He stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver oiladelightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and strengthSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street Now SOc and SlOO all druggists THE HEART OF HUNGARY Pet Which h Joined br a IlrPhcn and Five DrIdKea to Dailn Situated on n river which hears more tongues than any other on Its long journey to the sea feeling the influence of the orient as well us the Occident expressive of the progress of n race whose heart Is young Is Pest one of tho newest of cities joined by a hyphen and five bridges to Uuda one of the oldest of capitals hero there need bo no strife between the sentiment that would preserve an ancient building and the enterprise that would put some thing more serviceable in Its place In much the same way that one may have portraits of his ancestors hung on the walls of a steam heated house without Interfering with the utilities so the Magyar from n comfortable chair in his cafe while he listens to stock ex change quotations or the opera over the telephone may look across the Danube at the monuments of the Hungarian past On our part we should have a parallel if Washington were the com morcial metropolis as well as the cap ital and we moved the heights of Ar lington farther down the Potomac and crowned them with Liberty hall Castle William and Old South church In other European cities where an old municipal site adjoins a modern though hills are leveled and moats filled the cramping effect of narrow alloy ways and crooked streets still remains The heights of the Bntla side formed a natural stronghold In the middle ages There the first Hungarian king was crowned there the Turkish Janizaries were encamped for the hundred years that the walls of Vienna were an un yielding bulwark against the tide of Moslem invasion there in later times the patriots inspired by Kossuth made a gallant stand The successors of time old warriors and their people had only to cross the stream to find n plain which was equally suitable for a twentieth century city where In peace thoy have won ucccftses that they failed to win in war Frederick Palmer In Scribe ncrs TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tnke Inxntlvp Itromo quinine Tablets All ilnteulstH refund the money If It hills to cure V UroveH H I Kim turn In on each box 2ec The Moon and the Weather Meteorologists in Russia have re cently been annoyed by the syste magic issue of longrange weather forecasts by a civil engineer named Demtschlnsky The man has a periodical of his own for the promulgation of his theories the most important of which is that the moon exer cises a considerable influence upon temperature changes air pressure and rainfall His predictions apptar in that publication and also in n number of newspapers Though Demtschin sky mpy be honest in his beliefs he does not appear to he avtrse to noto riety He yens allowed a rumor to go uncontradicted that there is a prospect of his being put in charge ot the United States weather bureau at Washington One effect of these pre dictions and stories is to puzzle vol FREE FREE I unteer observers for the established meteorological service and to paralyze I their enthusiasm In other was also no doubt the cause of science is I hurt by Demtschinskys utterances Prof Klossovsky of the university of Odessa has thus been impelled to undertake an elaborate review of the forecasts in question and the prince plea on which they are founded He undermines the system itself at a number of points and finally shows that only about 50 per cent of the predictions are verified In other words there is no more certaintyof their fulfilment than about the result of tossing up a coin Demtschinsky- is virtually playing a game of heads and talltI Of course when the chances are even that he may be right or wrong his assurances are valueless Under the auspices of the American government the rate of ver ification is fully four out of five or over So per cent Prof Klossovsky has done valuable service in thus ex posing the worthlessness of Demt scblnsltys work Not the least commendable feature of his review is a challenge with which it ends The pseudo meteorologist is invited to consent to a plan whereby his system and his predictions shall be consider ed by a commission ol experts If he declines his hesitation will be a sig nificant confession of lack of confidence in his own divinations rhe truth is Demtschlnsky is far behind the times In Europe and America the idea that the moon con suggestedithirty years The possibility has been investigated by numerous me I teorologists of good reputation and haa Jeen pacticaHy discarded If the Kunsiun eug neer who has recent ly entertained the theory had read the books of Sprung Van Bebb r andI Hann he would have had his eyes excusesII the test of application to all countries I alike and for long periods of time The matter has probably never been summed up more accurately than by Proto William M Davis of Harvard university He says in his Ele mentary Meteorology that whatever plight excs1 of one weather element or another there may be at certain times of the lunatlon it has no suffi dent value for prediction In his judgment forecasts based upon the influence of the moon or planets are no better than the forgotton predictions of astrology Long range lorecpsts of practical value are likely i to come before many years but the I moon does not promise any help in formuaUng themI ActlRcUQlon ol this kind raises the question What constitutes A trust I worthy authority in science Official position and university degrees count I for something but they are not vital il8ALCSI A splendid tonic for the hair makes the hair grow long and Always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color of Stops falling hair also Sold for fifty years unrSlSttoI studyingIdemands before accepting the alleged revela socalledIIAwofol others the same result as Its eatllest advo cates announce lithe doctrine that j the moon seriously ir fiuences the weather will not stand this test it superstitionj bune natural phenomena weatherdisease the movements of the stars orthe habits ot insects make a man a true scientist Education is important careful and prolonged observation is needful but the one great essential is the right method of testing theories which suggest themselves to fertile minds The process calls for the ex ercises of a logical faculty posses med by comparatively few No matter how distinguished the original dis coverer of n new fact or the author of a new theory be he Faraday Pas teur Schlaparelli or Rarosiy science MILS CECEUA STOWE I Orator Entre Noas Club I 176 Warren Avenue CUICAOO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four I suffered from ovarian troubles The doc tor insisted on an operation as the only way to let well I strongly objected to an operation My husband felt disheartened M wellas I for borne with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of of Cardui for me to and he did so began toimprove inafewdaWith- in waS very rapid eighteen weeks I was another l being n Mrs Stowes letter shows every I byfemaleWino of Cardui cures that sick happitI ing Go to your druggist today and secure a 9100 bottle of of Cardui WINEo ClRJJ To all our- SUBSCRIBERS I the- Great American FarmerINDIANAPOLIS IND The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation Edited by an able Corps of Vriters This valuable Journal in addition to the logical treatment of all Agricultural Subjects will also discuss the great issues of the day thereby adding zest to its columns and giving the farmer something to think about aside from the every day humdrum of routine duties From now until the 15th day of March 1904 you can get two Papers for the price of one The Republican Tho Leading County Paper and THE AMERICAN FARMER BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 100 Ilhis unparalleled oiler is made to nil now subscribers and to all old ones who pay up all arrears and one year in advance Sample copies free Address 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unperformed wrote it under the hallucination of expec tancyThere was that embryonic grand fathers clause called by said editor In a moment of amatory exultation the jarring clause He knew that a Kentucky legislature overwhelm ingly Democratic true to Instinct and training would think it had dis charged it highest obligation to itself and its constituency by the enact ment of some law that would still lower the poor unfortunate colored manWhat matters it to him and to them if the Constitution of the United States about which they have Indulg ed in so much hypocritical cant does say such a law shall not be enacted What matters it to him and to them If such a law would insure the exact principle that was so odious to our forefathers and against which they fought to the death that Is to say the principle of taxation without rep resentationHe know this But they are In power now They may never be again They feel their own Impo tency They know there Is not a sin gle issue upon which they can unite They know unless they may main tain their lease of power by the appli cation of artificial means they cannot maintain it at all Thus they felt when they enacted the Goebel law The Goebel law was their Waterloo The present imcumbent of the office of Governor owes his election to two things namely the assassination of Goebel and the Kentuckians hatred of the negro Thousands of men to day vote the Democratic ticket not because they believe in Democracy but because they hate the negro The most complimentary thing that Mr Watterson wrote about the cost of administration of affairs in Kentucky was that It waslIa sane ad ministration Of the Democratic party It may be said inestable as water thou shalt not excel That 4theparty cannot get Itself together In working shape in the next twenty i years is more apparent today than itI was four years ago when Mr Watter son wrote It If Mr Watterson Mr Bryan and Mr Cleveland ever read how beautiful are the feet of those that preach the gospel of peace theyI seem not to have adopted It as their political creed It is this consciousness of Insecuri ty of dissension and strife in the party that makes It reckless where itI cornea Into temporary power in any of the States But to my friend the editor was itI the school book bill to which you were looking with such optimistic hopes That Is a law now But what does the Governor say about it He says it Is loaded is a pernic ious law enacted in the interest of the trusts and the Governor knows or he should not say it Truly out of their own mouths they condemn themselves Now no more Important measure could have been enacted than a school book law The people clamored for a school book law that would protect them from the trusts and the Democrats saidlIelect us and you shall have itIThey were elected overwhelmingly elected They enacted a school book law and after mark you after the bill passes both houses and Is allowed to become a law by the Governors tailing todo his own plain and unmis talable duty by vetoing it it becomes a law And the Governor sty it isI trust laden Why did he not veto ill Is a question that every family white or black in the State of Ken tucky that has children in the school law will ask The answer is paln The author of the school book bill Is a candidate perhaps a formidable can didate for the United States Senate Mr Beckham also is a candidate for the same honor and he thought by allowing the bill to become a law it would strengthen his cause But If the school book law Is a per nicious law and is trust laden as he says he is as reprehensible as the au thor of the bill and that Is the verdict of every intelligent citizen of the State today Another Case of Rheumatism Cured by Chamberlains Pain Balm The efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm in the relief of rheumatism is being demonstrated daily Parker Triplett of Grigsby Va says that Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism in the back when everything else failed and he would not be without it For sale by all druggists m COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE KY Feb 1yMr E W Jackson was taken seriously ill last Saturday night of appendicitis Mr and Mrs Redman Black spent Sunday with C W Stevens and fam ilyThe new postoffice at Pinchico Is now In operation The members of the M E Church at Pentis have organized an Epworth League society to meet every Sunday nightSeveral of the young people from this neighborhood attended the wed ding of Mr Joseph Williams and Miss Bessie Loyd at Beaver Dam last Wednesday night Mr I H Stevens and family of Beaver Dam visited in this neigh borhood last Thursday J L Allen and wife of this neigh borhood visited friends and relatives near Hartford last Saturday and Sun day Resolutions of Respect HARTFORD TENT No 99K 0 T M WHEREAS We have heard with much sorrow and consideration of the death of the beloved mother of our esteemed fellow Knight Shelby Wal lace therefore as an expression of Hartford Tent No 99 K O T 11 RESOLVED That we deeply sympa thize with our brother Sir Knight Shelby Wallace In the less of maas best friend his mother and in our sympathy we would assure him of the universal sorrow felt throughout the membership of the Lodge at his great bereavement RESOLVED That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the min utes of our lodge and also a copy fur nished the local press for publication ALEX BARNETT FELIX LAKE V Com HEBER MATTHEWS J or ROCKPORT KY Miss Maggie Bennett is visiting in Beaver Dam Mr Ab Yeiser of Hartford was in this city on business Tuesday Geo M Maddox and family attended the funeral of Mrs Bettie Robertson at Pond Run Sunday Luther Ham of Nelson Creek sta tion was in town Monday Mr Verge L Warden spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother Mrs B C Warden of Pond Run Little Beattrice Maddox returned home today She has been absent for a month on a visit to her grandmother Mrs B C Madeox of Pond RunMr C D Nall went to Bowling Green Sunday Clarence and Charlie Mrs rr of Central City was in town Monday Mr Elbsrt Hunley of Pn rinse was In this city Saturday Mrs Mattie Ham and Mrs Mattle Tichenor attended the funeral I their aunt Mrs Bettie Robertson o Pond Run Sunday Mr Lee Tlchenor visited in the country Sunday Cured Consumption Mrs B Evans Clearwater Kan writesliMy husband lay sick for three months months the doctors stated be had quick consumption We procured a boottle of Ballards Horehound Syrup and it cured him That was six years ago and since then we ahvayn keep a bottle in the house We cannot do without it For coughs and colds it has no equal 25c 5c and 100 bottles at J II Williams druggists m O ST EXBear the 1110 Kind You Have tnrrs BoughJ Blgntuieof fU WEIGHING THE WINDS I long have observed that many people have exaggerated fears of storms and the Narrows storm to gether with the approach of the cy clone season suggest the timeliness of an article on the limits of the winds power to destroy Most peoples fear of cyclones arise from n notion that a cyclone is gov erned by no law that limits its ener gy or as is popularly expressed there is no telling how hard it may get This notion is entirely errone ous It is no more unreasonable to say there is no guessing how high a flood in Rough river may rise than to say there Is no suesslng how hard a storm may blow Accurate limits cannot be fixed it is true to either storm or flood yet it would be as absurd to assert that a cyclone may wreck the strongest building as it would be to say a flood in Rough river may submerge the Court House bell Experience ties taught men to build alike above the flood and against the storm and it is only those who neglect this experience of mankind that are victims of flood and storm Storms are not special evidences of Gods displeasure as some suppose but are of theair that circulated be fore Noahs flood and their move merits are governed by laws formulated before Eden was walled Me teorologists have carefully weighed the force of the wildest winds and have furnished the mechanic data that makes building against storms a problem no less exact than that of building for the support of weight- A frame or box house of three or more ground rooms substantially put together is secure against the fiercest storms that blow and the occupant of such a house is silly to lose a mo ments sleep through fear of wind The security of such a house consists in its strength to move bodily with out going to pieces and in the act of moving a few inches or a few feet at most the tension is relieved and the danger past To those living in brick or log houses I can ofler this cheer that there are ten thousand chances to one that a cyclone will not strike them and if it does there are one hundred chances to one their houses especially if large will with stand it- This caution should b = remembered during a storm Never under any circumstances leave the house In a storm of sufficient energy to destroy a house the air is lull of boards limbs and other timbers driven with fearful violence and to venture out at such a time is almost to commit suicide If the roof goes or the house leaves its foundation still remain in the nous yet either of these incidents indicates that the fury of the storm is spent Destructive storms can come only from the Southwest or Northwest or intermediate points and most usu ally from the Southwest Storm clouds approaching from other direc tions should not excite fear even in the nervous Another caution wor thy the attention of the most fearless is at the approach of threatening storm clouds to put out all fires whether in grate stove or lamp since stormwrecked houses are frequently burned by overturned stoves broken lamps or scattered coals from grate or wood fires and should some member of the family be fastened between the wrecked timbers the result of a fire is too horrible to contemplate OWEN ONGWE A Cure for Eczema My baby had Eczema so bad that its head was a solidmass of sore crabs and its hair all came out I tried many remedies but none seemed to do any permanent good until Iuse De WIltS Witch Hazel Salve The Ec zema is cured the scabs are gone and the little ones scalp is perfectlyclean and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again I cannot give too much praise to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Frank Farmer Bluff City Ky In buying Witch Hazel Salve lookout for counterfeits DeWitts- is the original and the only one eons taining pure Witch Hazel The name R C DeWitt tC Co is on ev ery box Sold by 7 Wayne Griffin fc Bro in YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING Wliiti vein take lirovi TiiNtrlcMM Chill Tnnti In1 iniixn the formula IH jilnlnly jirlntil mi over licit lli Nlimvliifc that It IN HIIIIIV Iron gad Jiiliilne In ii tiiHtcliKH iillii No 1iiri NII 14 v s1cs Dfflo18 Eaaiy Risers Tho famous little pills AjjersFeed I give it something to live onIThen it will stop falling heavyI hair food you can buy For GO years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you Jly hair moil to lio very iiliort lint after uiliiK Ayer Hair VliHirn hurt than It liiistn now It t + fiiiirtfrii Incliet Iong- Thlscmns IIIlIlIdhl result to mo uftur lirlnK nlmou wltlimit tiny hair Mils J II IlVKU Colorado Spring olo- 51enehnttle JI1 AVKIICCI All lrlclfor Inwa tlr Short Hair i FIVE GOLD TEETHGIVEN BULLDOG Supplant Three Knocked out by a Horse Cleve and 0 Feb I7A white bulldog well known to the traveling public ns a lounger about the lobby ot the Hollenden Hotel is in proud pos session of five gold teeth Last sum mer he was kicked by n horse and lost five of his teeth and his owner conceived the Idea of having them replacedwith gold Dr II H Burk the dentist in charge of the work said All the missing teeth were at the side of the dogs lower jaw a Clip was made for each tooth at the ends of the vacancy and five artificial ones were made of solid goM and soldered to two binds secured to the caps The operation is known as bridging The operation required the dogs presence for only an hour He was not seemed to the clnin Some dress Ing down of the two crowned teeth was required and he made strenuous objections but niter being calmed by his owner who stood by he made no lurther objections The dogs value Is enhancedabout iiSJ by the gold p Put an End to It All A grievous wail oftimes conic as a result of unbearable pain from over taxedorgans Dizziness Backache Liver complaints and Constipation But thanks to Dr King a New Life Pills they put an end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try them Only 25c Guaranteed by A Wayne Griffin ife Bros Drug Store in The region bordering on the great lakes stretching throughout the New England Slates Is in the clutches of nn intenstly cold wave Sever altrains in Connecticut weredrug out oTthe snow yesterday having been stalled the night before the passen gers being without food until res cued Ladies Onlyj It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irri tating Pains and Aches Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills aro torI womenWomans delicate nervous organism tingles to the least Jarring Influence and some ache or pain Is the result The remedy Is at hand Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They net most marvellously on wom ans nervous organism and relievo and cure the pains to which sho Is a martyr Headaches neuralgluc pains monthly pains and nil kinds of pain disappear us If a gentle hand had lightly soothed them away Dizziness Rush of Blood to the head Toothache Backache are all cured by these Little Comforters Cured without danger of disagreeable aftereffects cured quickly cured with out unnatural notion on liver stomach or other Internal organs Dr Miles AntiPain Pills pleaso the women and tho children take them boIcauso they arc easy to take and all their sufferings For years 1 had spoils of sick head ache at times sulferlntf untold agonies I could not endure any excitement CSoIng to church and even visiting brought on these terrible spells I tried numerous remedies without until I tried Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills and they liavo cured mo When I feel symptoms of side hemliPho I tako a pill and ward oft tho attack Whfti I nm tired and nervous o Illl pnotlK mo MK3 UAKAU WATKKNSON Dluirslown la Prlro 25e a 1 ov Never cncl In hue to us for Fmo Waijj1j1Erite o of Cr Mllas AntiIPain Pillc ti iv Pinuio Uiimily for Pnn Also ymrlm lilink Our SfiuciitUht will ilmtjnoc your CHBO tllwhat IH wrong rand how to tight ItIl rueP lilt AHUM MI31JICA1 LABOUAXOU1E3 KLKIIAUT IND +++++++++++++++ +++++++ ++++++++++++ +++++ ++ t E0 P Birnes + IirOe i are so t in in at O E Feb has the of his left to his IB Mr Tichenor left last R and i Overhuls were the of Mr and the last of the and I Overhuls are at and parents the of his Mr and Mrs and Sunday by Mr by all Mr Addington and to Mrs and Mr were the of Ball Sunday Mr are not And Dr ty has to see I W Overhuls and Jo sell ilIbrand of tIlt1t Overalls a slum J ber of + 1th- i1leSssllowsi11C1etiS ti ed on of If I comfort in wearing I good is Iare looking J tho brand of i oitsn10veralis t is thing to + buyutts 1 Overalls i 1 combination t of thnrg r t t that t iJT I1 yc+ Gauntlet f t i 1Itese- htvelruVCn J con that iis no tir one dollar the market Manv that i+ + good fin the more ma- 11evI3argahis i+ + LadilttGoods Suitings at a big reduction j from former prices at iOcfbrnler111rI J I o y 3 at former price nOl Ladies Mitterns at half Ill11111 host of I that prove interesting to Jor+ t BEAVER DAM KY iH ++++++++++ +++++++++++ +++++++ +++++++ ++ + +++++ Hartford CollegeHA- RTFORD stulyPreparatory Elocution and Art EXPENSESTuition per term weeks 800 Twenty weeks advance 1500 Board per 200 225 Students can any time Catalogue Circulars Correspondence solicited M U LTZ President W PATTERSON V Pres f SMALLHOUS KY Percy Hunt who been guest the past two weeks today for Mor- gantown visit sister Miss Sallie who attending school there Kich Friday for Russellvllle I Messrs D Hunter Wayne guests S J family weekMessrs Berry who attending school Hartford spent Friday Saturday with their Mr Ross Morton was guest Sam Morton Saturday The candy pulling given Ross Morton Saturday evening was I highly enjoyed present Andrew wife have moved Bremen I Bettie Jonea Lum Jones guests Mrs Balls wounds healing so well George been summoned him centlyMessrs C S EI We have been tt union for and every seasons sales this line goods i und service what you fur Car 14 hart just the Too and high value and serviceable a men will lust proof loves clusivelv there bet value fur on not sell same and mints Waist and Skirtings tollt1O1S S5e Yarn other JSargains will you whn i KY sic often week enter and free SH ISMr parents Hawkins Taylor Clarence parents Jennie Mltchel reI made Coats years Hunter were the guests of their aunt Mrs P L Wood Saturday Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo was ink our midst recently the guest of her sister Miss Maggie Hunter Senator Hannas Wealth Cleveland 0 Feb 16The value of the estate left by the late Senator Hanna is estimated at from seven to eight million dollars It Is stated that he owned at least 15 per cent of the stock of the Cleveland Electric railway capitalized at 23000000 In addition to being largely Interest in vessel and iron mining properties the was a direction In the United Na tlonal bank Guardian Trust company t 1 the Peoples Savings and Loan com pany of this city and Cleveland and Pittsburg railway He was a large stockholder in the American Ship building company and the Pittsburg Coal company He owned the Euclldehvenue opera house in this city RIPANS Tubules- Doctors find t A good prescription lor mankind Tlixiirinit pnclct IrtiiHiimlifiir nxiinl occasions The iiinlly liottlo toe rents I ton IIu9 11 eU1lIA7fur a year ill druggists sell them