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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 tarti rb llqubtkau Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVI HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 4 1904 JSo 33 NO LIQUOR THERE 4 May be Sold at Point Pleas ant but not Legally Supposed Counterfeiters not in i- so Bad as Their Ac cuser Several newspapers have this week published an article entitled Not r Counterfeit In which they say on- t toSample had a license to sell whls key at Point Pleasant but not at Coff r manThese little towns are both on Green river in the prohibition count ol Ohio and it seems quite slngu lar that any one should have authority to legally sell liquor in one with out having the same authority to sell in the other Neither has any torn ol organized city government and cannot suspend the State prohibition laws At nil events there is no legal author- Ity for selling liquor at Point Pleas ant and none 01 the records of the county show such The article fur ther says- Alex Sample of Coffman Ohio b county is under recognizance to ap pear at the May term of Federal Court in Owensboro to answer the charge of selling whisky without paying the special Government tax And It all came about because Henry Whittaker and Tilton Littlefield paid for some ol the whisky with what Sample thought was n counterfeit bill Sam pie went to Duputy Sheriff Hubert Coffman and had him arrest Whltta ker and Uttlefield Saturday they were taken to Owentlnro having b been guarded at Livermore through the preceding night No warrant had been procured and while the marshal was preparing to f take out one Deputy Sherifl Coilman showed the lull which the boys had passed to Commissioner Llndsey Evidently the boys did not make it although the first news of the arrest from Livermore Indicated that they did The b 11 was yellow with age I although It did not have the appc nr ance of having circulated very freely during Its existence Upon closer examination it proved to be a ten dol lar bill issued In 1863 by the Con federate States of America And Mr Lindsey thought that the boys had committed no offense for which an action would lie in a United States court Mr Sample had just been t4looled He may probably secure the beys conviction in the State courts for obtaining property under false pretenses Whlttaker and Uttleheld were set at liberty Samples troubles did not end with his failure to have his men held over to the grand jury Immediately after they were dismissed they proceeded to 9swear out a warrant against Sample for selling whisky without the special Government taxi Durelle and McHenry Unite Louisville Ky March 2Judge- j 4George DuRelle and Hon John J McHenry have formed a law partner ship with offices in the Illinois Life building The name of the firm will be DuRelle McHenry Mr McHenry Is a son of the late Henry D McHenry and one of Ohio countys most worthy sons f New Bank Building I Rockport Kv March 2 Work has commenced on the building to be occupied by the Rockport Deposit Bank and it will soon be completed l which will add greatly to the beauty l4tofMain street Bepkham Dont Know Gov Beckham stated before the House Bribery Investigating Committee that he knew nothing of the alleged charges of bribery against legislators as published in a Louis yule paper He gave names of per sons who had told him of reports cir culated about bribery charges in the last Legislature This will result in the remainder of the present session I being devoted mainly to these inves tigations r I CIRCUIT COURT May be the Most Interest ing Held in Ohio County for Years The Case of the Commonwealth Against J W Boatner May be Tried Next Monday the Ohio Circuit Court will convene lor a three weeks term This promises to be one of the most interesting terms of Circuit Court held here for some time There ore six murder cases eleven other felony cases and stventythrei misdemeanor cases such as selllnj liquor carrying concealed deadly weapons etc on the docket There is also n full civil docket there being one hundred and nine or dinary actions and one hundred and and fiftyfour equity actions on the civil docket The famous SchleltzbaumBoatne embezzlement suit elands at the head of the second days criminal docket and if a trial of that case is had very Interesting evidence is promised to be developed as Boatnsr who has never gone on the witness stand will in all probability testify Heck Became Penitent Rockport Ky March 2Hfso- lce broken with sobs tears stream- Ing down his face and his body shak lag with emotion John Heck who is accused of forgery arose at the Bap tist church Saturday during the regu lar church meeting and said that he would leave It to the Lord and the church as to what should be done In the matter of turning him out of the church Concluding his talk he slid that he felt like he was the worst criminal in the State Heck is an or dained deacon in the Baptist church and the matter was continued until meeting next nnont- hImportant Arrest K 0 Allen was arrested at Horse Branch Tuesday night on a warrant from Marion county Illinoischarglng him with grand larceny Sheriff Cal P Keown will leave in a few days to convey the prisoner to Centralia III where he will be tried- IATERWednesday the Sheriff started with the prisoner toOwensboro to wait the extradition papers and while the train was stopped at Horse Branch Allen leaped through an open window and made good his escape and at the hour of going to press nothing farther has been heard of him SMALLHOUS KY March 2Rev Briggs was in our midst the 20th and 21st to fill his regular appointment at Equality church but owing to the inclemency of the weather there was no one thjre Rev Ollie Weir failed to fill his ap ointment Saturday and Sunday at Smallhous church Messrs Owen Hunter and Will Howell were in our midst Saturday and Sunday the guests of their parents Rev Edgar Maddox preached an excellent sermon at Smallhous church SundayMr Clarence Overhuls was the nest of Mr Everett Smith Friday night and at his home Saturday night Miss Maud Ball Mrs Baker and twIn children are very ill of measles Mrs Lee Harper is on the sick list Mrs G H Lawrence who has been sick for several months is thought to be some better Messrs Vig P Morton and Eddie Hunter attended church at Ceralvo SundayMisses Fannie Davis and Nina Bul lock and Mr C C Klmbly were the nests of Miss Ethel Hunter Sunday Trains Cross Lake on Ice Irkutsk Siberia March IThef- irst complete train traversed Lake ialkal on the ice railroad at n oclock this morning It consisted of twen yfive cars DEANE HAS BEEN TO MEXICO Letters From Him Re ceived by His Wife and Uncle Went to Mexico on Business Stopped at Waco to See Triplett Suffering From Recent limes and Shock at Reports of His Disappearance Owensboro Ky March 3 Letter from Guy M Deane dated Waco Texas to his wife and to James H Parrish were received yesterday James H Parrish from the rsi deuce of Guy M Deane at 103 oclock Wednesday night furnished the following written statement sign ed by Mrs Deane and himself March 2 19 4 Letters received tonight from Guy M Deane by James H Fairish am Mrs Sue G Deane his wife stat that he went to Mexico on busines and on his return he stopped at Waco Texas to see his uncle R S Triplett When he saw the papers he wrot these litters When he reached Waco le was suf fering from recent illness and shod occasions by the news of the notorie ty his absence had caused Mr Deaoe went to the home of Mr Triplett who knowing the letter hat not reached Owensboro sent the tele gram to Mr James H Parrish whicl was the first news received concern- Ing Mr Deane The public is therefore still left In the dark and must draw its conclu sionsIt known that before going tr Jackson Miss Mr Deane drew 151 from the bank and as he traveled 01 a railroad pass and was to be abient according to his own statement only two days he must have had the trip to Mexico to same extent in mind then At Jackson he borrowed 100 more evidently to be sure he would have sufficient funds for his journey If he only had said he would be absent ten days on business all this humiliating publicity and search for him by friends and detectives in a dozen cities would have been spared ANOTHER BAD WRECK Illinois Central Fast Passen ger Train Smashed up Engineer Killed and Conductor and Brakeman Hurt Louisville March 2 Northbound passenger train No 104 on the Illi tots Central due to arrive in Louis ville at 750 am was wrecked in the yards at Princeton at 330 oclock Tuesday morning Engineer George Tagg of Louisville was killed and Conductor Henry McKinney and Brakeman John T Jones both of Louisville were seriously and the former it is believed fatally hurt The wreck was caused by the collision of the fast passenger train with a cut of coal cars that had backed from a siding to the main track The rash came in the darkness and Engineer Tagg had no time to save himself The engine leaped into the air and fell forty feet to the bed of the reek below The body of Mr Tagg was found under the engine Conductor McKinney was thrown through a window in oneof the coaches and is badly cut Fireman Jones scaped with a broken leg and a num jer of serious bruises None of the passenger cars left the rack but several of the coal cars were demolished The passengers suffered no serious injuries or 00 Williams Centertown was in town yesterday IWeak LIKE A DEMON grip has crossed our I leaving behind scores of physical wrecks- Victims of catarrh of tho head catarrh of tho throat catarrh of the lungs catnirh of tho stomach catarrh of the kidneys catarrh of tho pelvic organs aro to bo counted by hundreds of thou sands Grip is opldomio catarrh and sows tho seed of chronic catarrh within the system This is so true that fow grip sufferers aro nblo to mako a complete recovery until they have used Poruna bnsinuniversal eulogies as Peruna A Now York Alderman Experience Hon Joseph A Flinn alderman Fifth District writes from lOi Christopher street Now York City as follows When a pestilence overtakes our people wo take precaution as a natlpn to preserve tho citizens against tho dread disease La grippe has entered thousands of our homes this fall and I noticed that tho peoplo who used Peruna wero quick ly restored while thoso who depended on doctors prescriptions spent weeks in recovering leaving them weak and emaciated 1 had a slight attack of la grippe and at onco took Peruna which drove tho KNIVES AND PISTOLS Were Used in a General Fight in Hancock County Hawesville Ky March IIn an attempt to break up a singing school in the Pincheco neigbbirnood this county last night a fierce fight followed in which rocks clubs knives and pistols were freely used Miley Fuqua a member of the singing school was shot through the arm and Scott Smith is reported to be serious ly cut Many others were badly bruised though It Is thought none are fatally injuried Sheriff E G Bannon and Deputy Thos Kelly have gone to the scene of the trouble to make arrest Mountain Battle Owensville Ky March 2ThereI- s an unconfirmed rumor of a battle waged iu the mountains of Knott county between moonshiners and rev enue men According to the rumor William and John Maddox moon shin erStwere killed and Jack Combs moonshiner la ally wounded The moonshiners were said to be working in a cave when surprised by revenue men and resisted arrest One depu ty marshal is reported killed FARM FOR SALE 47 acres house barn and a small orchard plenty of water about one hall in cultivation baancein timber Produced 400 bushel corn last year two miles North East Cromwell donc need the place 300 gets it E W JACKSON Cromwell Ky disease out of my system In a few days and did not hinder mo from pursuing my daily work- I should like to see our Board of Health give it official recognition and havo it used generally among our poor sick people in Greater New York Joseph A Flinn D L Wallace charter member of tho International Barbers Union writes from 15 Western avenue Minneapolis MinnFollowing a severe attack of la grippe I seemed to be affected badly all over I suffered with a severe backache indi gestion and numerous ills so I could neither eat nor sleep and I thought I would give up my work which I could not afford to do One of my customers whowas greatly helped by Peruna advised mo to try itand I procured a bottlo tho same day I used it faithfully and felt a marked im provement During tho next two months I took flvo bottles and then felt splen did Now my head is clear my nerves steady Ienjoy food and rest well Pe rune has been worth a dollar a dose t- omoD L Wallace Mr O H Perry Atchison Kansas writesAgain after repeated trials of your medicines Pernna and Manalin I give this as my expression of tho wonderful JAMES MDONALD Was Held Without Bail at Bed ford Returned to Bloomington Bedford Ind Mar James Mc Donald under arrest charged with the murder of Miss Sarah Schaefer was brought here from Bloomington Monday for his preliminary hearing There was a large crowd at the sta tion but no demonstration against himMcDonalds hearing occupied an hour His wife and son were pres ent Fifteen hundred people were crowdedoutside McDonald was bound over to the grand jury without bond and returned to Bloomington where he was again placed in jail While attending Court next week drop in and payus your extra change on your subscription account We can use it ctedIDick E Columbus 0 March IHon Charles Dick was elected to succeed Senator Mark Hanna by the unani mous vote of the Republicans of both houses The Democrqts voted for John H Clark S If not already a subscriber drop in and take Tun llKriH LICAX while attending Court next week I T y results of your very valuable medicine In its effects in my CRlII after repeated trials First it cured mo of chronic bron chitis of fifteen years standing by using two bottles of Peruna in January 1BOJ and no return of it After I was cured of bronchitis I had la grippe every winter for several winters But through tho use of Pornna it got gradually weaker in its soverity until it dwindled down to a more stupor for two or threo days Now the stupor does not trouble mo any moroo HPerry A Congressman Experience House of Representatives Washington D O Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio GentlemenI am more than satisfied with Peruna and find it to bo an excel lent remedy for the grip and catarrh Ihave used it in my family and they all join me in recommending itas an excellent remedyVery respectfully Georgo H White If you do not receive prompt and satisfactory results from tho uso of Peruna write at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vico gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Tho nartman Sanitarium ColumbmCfc ONE PRISON TO ANOTHER Tennessee Convict to be Turned Over to Kentucky Hopkinsville Ky MarchBabe Cross who is serving a term in the penitentiary at Nashville will bs re leased in a day or two but the sheriff of Warren county will be there to take him in custody and bring him to the Eddyville penitentiary in this state la 1901 Cross was tried at Clarksville and given three years in the pen at Nasevllle but escaped from the train He at once made his way to Kentucky He was later tried at Bowling Green for horse stealing In two cases and given eight years in one case and four in the other but was turned over to the Tennessee au thorities to first serve out his term there COOPERSCHOOLHOUSEKYMarch ing oats burning tobacco beds and preparing for a crop Mr E W Jackson who has ben quite sick for some time Is improv ingMr Charlie Block of Hamlin Chapel neighborhood spent Sunday with his brothers Readman and Tames Black of this neighborhood Mr Lawrence Allen near Hartford spent Saturday and Sunday with his r brother John Allen of this place Mr and Mrs J H Stevens near Beaver Dam visited in this commun SundayMr Brown has gone to Arkansas where he expects to make his suture home e a1- wj + r Y HJOHN MI NARAN How he Saved General Basil Dukes Life Incident or the Civil War in Which the Latter Came Near Being Captured by Federals Gen Basil Duke who recently re turned from Washington where he received the appointment as commis sioner of the Shiloh Battlefield Park yesterday told an interesting story o his adventurous career which has never before appeared in print It was recalled by Justice John M Har lan of the United States Supreme Court who figures in the story The Incident took place in the fall of 1861 Former Speaker David B Henderson also figured in the Incident and it was never told during the years closely following the war on account of the part which Justice Harlan played Gen Duke was in Bowling Green and his wife was in Lexington He resolved to rnn the gauntlet of Union troops then in Kentucky and make his way to Lexington He set out iu citizens clothing with a friend and had reached the railroad tunnel south of Elizabethtown when he saw a handcar approaching loaded with Union soldiers His friend wished to stop the car and although Gen Duke protested the other soldier shouted as the handcar passed Hello cant you give us a liftGen Duke who had been wearing his hat close over his eyes involun tarily looked up and recognized on the car John M Harlan who was fighting with the Union troops George Monroe and George Jouett all of whom were from the Bluegrass and were close acquaintance and friends of Gen Duke The three friend of Gen Duke were at that time or subsequently become officers in the Federal army They also rec ognized him and some one shout ed There Basil Duke Stop the car Whats he doing here1t Gen Duke noticed that the car did not slow down appreciable and In a moment It disappeared in the tunnel He made a wide skirt of Elizabeth town visited his wife and subse quently returned to the army He carried with him through the war the mystery of why the handcar did not stop and effect his arrest He knew that If it had done so he would have probably been hanged or at least im prisoned throughout the war After the war he learned through Mr Henderson that Justice Harlan had pressed his foot against the brake lever on the handcar and in that way frustrated the efforts of the Un ion soldiers who were with him and desired to capture Gen Duke Mr Harlan tells the story himself with enthusiasm and in explaining his action sayc I had known Gen Duke for years and it was my firm belief that he was simply on the way to see his wife at Lexington It was not my intention to see him captured and I accordingly kept the comrades of mine from stopping the car Subsequent events proved that it was right as Gen Duke was not there in the capacity of a spy Bucklens Arnica Salve Has world wide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment of balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Aands Skin Eruptions infallible for Piles Cure guar anteed Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist- S S S Keeps His Appointments- I am an American in most things r all right enough the tall man was saying but there are times when I am notFor insance suggested the dark manWell just now continued the first speaker I was over there across the street and met Jackson You know what a howling Britisher he is I told him that I was Intending to go downtown next Thursday night and as he seemed to want to see me I sag gested that we meet somewhere nfte dinner II All right he said to me Ill meet you at the Northwest Elevated stairs at Wabash avenue and Madison streets at a quarter to S1 Thursday evening I repeated Thursday ev ening he said and there you are Jackson will be there at fifteen min utes to 8 oclock about as surely as the sun will come up that day or if anything comes in the way of his coming I will know it beyond ques tion Why Because he is a Brit Isher and not an American The average American in Chicago makes all his appointmentseven- his dinner engagementssubject to whatever mental reserve he may choose to make It is the American habit When he makes an appoint ment he feels In his own heart that It need not hold If he doesnt timefcomes If that were one of your chaps that I had spoken to about meeting me there and It was rainy or if I didnt feel like keeping the engage ment atlthe last minute I could stayI away hoping that you wouldnt wait long for me at any rate And maybe the next day when I met you and started to apologize for not keeping the aypolutment youd likely slap your thigh with a start and tell me you had forgotten all about the mat ter yourselfBut doesnt forgetnot- on your life And If I dont show up there within a minute or two of the time Thursday evening there wont be much doing In the friendship line between me and Jackson for the next few years Thats the stuff for me too but Ill bet 5000 appointments are American made In Chicago every day and not keptChicago Tribune o A It Never Disappoints F S Williams proprietor of the Hamilton Drug Co Hamilton Iowa says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is practically the only remedy he sells for cramps diarrhoea and colic for the plain reason that is never disappoints For sale by all druggists m Reflections of a Bachelor- A girl generally has an Idea her hair would be nice and fluffy If she lived in a different climate- A woman likes to trust a man so she can let him do things it wouldnt be right to let him do if she didnt trust him Even after she is married a girl goes around from force of habit ex pecting the Fairy Prince to come and claim het A girl who knows enough to marry a rich man who is old knows enough to have a long list of young fellows standing in line A womans idea of arguing things is to say that having the window up a little bit will give her as much of a cold as having it all the way up and then pulling It all the way up to prove ItNew York Press 0 Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an oldsoldier by name of J J 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prove its matchles merit for all Throat and Lung trouble Guaranteed bot tie 50c to 8200 Trial bottle free at X Wayne Grifliu iv Bro drug store OASTOARXAo Bean theho Kind You Have Always Bought- r Signature of aGne M5nute Cougt Cu e For Coughs Colds and Group SIGNS A PROCLAMATION Putting Into Effect the Canal TreatyI President Roosevelt Issues Proc lamation Washington Feb 26The procla mation signed by the President to day putting into effect the Panama Canal treaty is as follows By the President of the United States of AmericaA proclamation Whereas A convention between the Unitad States of America and the Republic of Panama to insure the construction of a ship canal across the Isthmus of Panama to connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans was concluded anti signed by their respective plenipotentiaries at Washington on the eighteenth of November one thousand nine hundred and three the original of which convention being in the English language And whereas The said conven has been duly ratified on both parts and the ratifications of the two Gov ernments were exchanged in the city of Washington on the twentysixth day of February one thousandnine hundred and four Now therefore be It known That I Theodore Roosevelt Presi dent of the Uuited States of America have caused the Slid convention to be male public to the end that the same and every article and clause thereof may be observed and fulfilled with good faith by the United States and the citizens thereof In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States of America to affixedSeal Done at the City of Washington this twentysixth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and four and of the in dependence of the United States the one hundred and twenty elghth THEODORE ROOSEVELT UBy the President JOHN HAY Secretary of State LnA Physician Writes I am desirous of knowing if the profession can obtain Aerbine in bulk for prescribing purposes It has been of great use to me in treating cess of dyspepsia brought on by excesses or overwork I have never known it to fail in restoring the organs affected to their healthful actI l50c bot tIe at J H Williams Druggist m Hunting Mountain Goats From a point nearly 7000 feet below au observer with a good glass oc casionally may make out against the rock shelf a something which looks not unlike a white rabbit sitting up on its haunches In reality it is an ancient Billy roughly speaking as big as two fine rams and bearded like the prophet His shaggy white coat knows neither spot nor curl his daggerlike horns are ebon black and his topaz eyes have in them that cold inscrutable expression something of which we see in the eyes of an eagle and a snake They are marvels these thought concealing yellow eyes Perchance they kindle a more baleful light when loves lamp flares and a snowy robed rival is stamping and snorting but ten yards away It may be they sof ten when a limberlegged kid caroms against the paternal ribs or rams hi oversized head through the paternal whiskers But tbese things I doubt for the topaz itself is not colder or more unchanging than the windows of the soul of a husky mountain BillyBecause he knows or thinks he knows that no enemy will come down upon him all his precautions are directed against possibilities from below I fancy too that he trusts almost entirely to his eyes that his nose larks that wonderful keenness characteristic of the deer tribe and that his ears play little part in the protective game This latter is main ly surmise based upon the fact that the worst noise a stillhunter would be apt to make would be the rattle of a displaced stone which is a thing the goats often hear and doubtless thoroughly understand When ones object of pursuit is an animal which dwells far up the moun tains which keeps a pretty close wntch upon all visible lower territory but seldom bothers its head about what may be going on above and be hind ones wisest plan of campaign naturally i3 a flanking movement followed by an attack from above Edwyn Sandys in the Illustrated Sporting News Do You Want Strength If you want to increase your strength you must add to and not take from the physical In other words the food that you cat must bo digested assimilated and appropriated by the nerves blood and the tissues before being expelled from the intes tines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to to and builds up strength in the hu man system It is pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only com bination of digcstants that will digest the food and enable the system to ape propriate all of its health and strength giving qualities Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Prayers Not Needed Kind old manLittle boy do you pray for your papa and mamma every night before you go to bed Good Little BoyI always pray for mammaKind Old Man Well why dont yon pray for your papa too Good Little BoyHe did not need It he is in the asbestos business Tho Name Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of the original and only gennuine Witch Hazel Salve A certain cure for Cuts Burns Bruises Eczema Tetter Piles etc There are many counter feits of this salve some of which are dangerous while they are allworth less In buying Witch Hazel Salvo see that the name Eo C DeWitt Co Chicago is on the box and a cure is certain Sold by Z Wayne Grif fin Bro m VHis Worst Enemy Brlggs Here come Godson Lets cross ove- rGriggsWhy I thought he was a friendof yours BriggsHe used to be but now hes my deadly Hes the unspeakable villain who reccommendeda place for me to spend my vacation Left the Skin II Do yon shave yourself very clostNot very I usually leave enough skin to fasten the court plaster on but of course you dont know that before you began 0 Decidedly Eclipsed- We can excel yon in everything boasted the American I dont think you cats responded the Englishman How about ourget rich rich quick concerns Have you any to equal themSure How about our noblemen that marry American girls Ruined by a Woman Ruined and by a woman ex claimed the man UI fail to see the point rejoined the other Same hear said the party of the brat part- I was speaking of this lead pencil which my stenographer has evident ly been trying to sharpen 0 So Sweet and Pleasingin TaSte Mrs C Peterson 625 Lake St Topeka Kan speaking of Ballards Horehound Sprup says It has satisfactionsand of all cough remedies it id my savorite and I must confess to my many friends that it will do and has done what is claimed for itto speed ily cure a cough or a coldand it is BO sweet and so pleasing in taste 25c 50c and 8100 bottle at J H Williams druggist m Rushville Ind Messrs Ely BrosI have been a great sufferer from catarrh and hay fever and tried many things but found no permanent relief until I found it in Elys Cream Balm about eight yeara ago and we have been fast friends ever since Rev R M Bentley Messrs Ely BrosFind enclosed 50 cents for which please send me your Cream Balm I find your reme dy the quickest and most permanent cure for cold in the head catarrh etc Yours truly Dell M Porter Gen Mgr Ariz Gold Mining Co HeAs for me life isnt worth the living without yo- uSheliAs tor me the living you earn isnt worth the liceEx A FAIR WARNING Mark Ttvnlna Intorrlovr With III Futnro Prtthorlnlniv Mrs Samuel demons was Miss Olivia Langilon For sonic years before silo mot Mr demons silo had beau lon fined to her bed with what was be liuvcd to be an Incurable disease but she was at length miraculously re stored to health The cure was the sensation of Elmira N Y and young Clemens then a newspaper reporter was sent there to Interview Miss Lang don on tier recovery Ho obtained the Interview for hU newspaper nUll brought buck impressions of inoro value to himself Miss Luugdons parents were at first strongly opposed to the young news paper man quad for his part Ills timid its so it Is solemnly skid stood In the way of the progress of his suit But llually ho screwed up courage to speak to Mr Laugdon and ono morning timid ly entered his future futlierlnlawH private otnce where that matt was seated at work Mr Langdou have younoticed- anythingbetweenyour daughter audmar Xol shouted tho objecting parent wheeling sharply around BO us to get a full view of his visitor Well said tho young man as he turned to the door ready for Instant lllght If you keep u sharp lookout youwllli A MBrvelonn Intent The most marvelous child of history was surely little Christian Holneckcn of Lubeck who died crowned with honor and glutted with femme when he Was only a few mouths over four years old and whose biography will bo read centuries hence side by side with those of Shakespeare null Goetli When he was but twelve months old Christian had mastered time Pentateuch so thoroughly that lie could puss time most searching examination In it A year later when other Infants were absorbed tr bottle and rattles ho had made the whole world of yacred his tory his own At three years old be could converse fluently in French and Latin and was familiar with tbu his tory amid geography of the entire world ancient ns well as modern while In his fourth year be mustered the study of tho worlds religious and church history Thousands locked to Lulievk to see and test tbls miraculous child and be was summoned to the Danlsb court to receive the homage of the king lithis career was doomed to be as short RM It wan brilliant for he died wben be was but four years and four months old Get on thn Kiirlh You never heard of a wild animal that had rheumatism until it roaclud captivity timid Wilt kept off the earth You never licMnl of a horse that had rheumatism until It was sbod wit Iron and kept off the earth You never heard of a dog that hard rlieutimtlsm tiiitll it became a household pot and was pampered kept oil the earth The heathen of Africa mind the Pacific Is lands never had rheumatism so far as we know until they got to wearing fandals or shoe I once knew a fool man who whenever he got sick would dim a trench hi ids garden lie down In It mid have bis wife cover him with fresh earth as far up as hIs chit He would remain there for an hour or two then get up in Hue spirits Mother earth The contact It looked like the resurrecUanand It was New York Press The liar In the economy of nature the flare Is time one creature Unit stands between roost of the carnivorous animals quad starvation In time northern woods where snow lies on the ground for more thun half the year and where vegetation In of slow growth the bare serves as a machine for converting birch twigs into muscular lean meat and providing it in such quantities that hawks owls wildcats weasels and foxes can live in comparative luxury A pair of bares under favorable condi toms produce 70090 individuals in four years Power Stored In Watch Spring Many watches make five beats per second 300 each minute 18000 every hour or 432000 por day Thus It will bo seen that half a dozen tunis of Uio koy once a day taking up but a few seconds of time store up a modicum of power in the spring which is cut up into nearly 1000000 beats If wo mul ply the dally beats by 805 4 the num ber of days in a year we find that the watch ticks 157788000 times while the earth is making one annual trip around the sun Beating on a Dog If a dog springs for a man the latter should guard his taco with his arm and try to meet the animal with his forearm With the right hand ho should attempt to catch one of tho ani mals front paws The paw of a bull dog Is ultra sensitive If it can bo caught a vigorous squeeze will make tho animal howl for mercy and retire discomfited Flattered Young man said her father kindly you look a little bit nervous How do you feel- I feel nattered replied tho girls lover who hud asked for time interview I was afraid I loosed scared to death Exchange In the lChu1crnrCn Teacher What comes titter t RuthRuthfume follow whntn going to marry my sister Jane Puck WeaK HeartsAre due to Indigestion Nlnetynlno of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indigestion It is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indl gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of tho heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kaublaof Nevada 0uys I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I had heart trouble with It I took KoJol Dytpapsla Cure for about four taonth and It cured ma Kodol Digests What You hta- nd relieves tho stomach of all nervoui strain and the heart of all pressure Honks oalr 100 Sla holdlnr VA times the trial sire which sells for SOe Prepared by K O DeWITT A 00 OHIO- AOOANNOUNCEMENTS ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R DIRECT TO HAVANA yin Illlnol Vntnilltlt to Now OrlcntiH iiml the wrrkly Southern 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IlIIIiIt Now is the time to subscribe for The Hartford Republican IBABY MOOSE GRATEFUL t c Licks the Hand That Saves it From Death in the Mire Not one hunter In a hundred ever gets n chance to see a tragedy of the wilderness Not one in ten thousand I ever hag the opportunity to earn the gratitude of one ol denizens Arthur L Gillam hog had both and photo 4 graph that he has brought home show just what has been his fortune to see and to do With R M Grant Mr Gillam re cently went to Maine on a hunting trip The two gentlemen nre famil- Iar with every lkt bog mountain and lit nam in the great wilderness between Allegash and the upper Mun sungnn They knew the haunts of the big game there and their nflei brought down their share of the spoils of the chase But one morn fr ing Mr Gillam came across n moose n baby moose which could not es cape his riille had it been nble II wns mired knee deep in the mud ot the border ot the little stream which connects Clear lake with the Fifth Munquedock It was plain to see 0 that the little fellow had taken refuge there to escape one oi its enemies perhnrs a bear or a lucivee as the na tIes call the Canadian lynx Mr GiUam had his camera with him He got as close r s be could without miring himslf and before the little fellow grew frightened he was nble to get a fine photograph of the laby an he stood in the mire helpless and forlorn When he got back to camp Mr Gil r lam told Mr Grant and two dabs In ter the two hunters sought the spot again to see if the little moose was still there lIe was and apparently In more distrefs than ever The poor little fellow ought to be gotton out said Mr Guam just for his pluck So they chopped down trees and brush and soon built a firm foundation around the tiny moos and an other for themselves Then with ropes and much pulling and hauling they finally got him on solid ground The little moose was all gratitude I lie licked the hands of his preservers 1 and showed absolutely no frar at their presence though moose are among the most timid animals that inhabit the wilds But the long expcsure and his many struggles together with his lack of food proved too much for even this sturdy little son of the for est Soon his limbs gave way and he sank to the ground played out The hunters worked over the little fellow but their efforts were useless He died licking their hands in his mute thankfulness for what they had done for him Mr Gilam was among the luckiest hunters in that region He got the a one moose and the two deer allowed T by law The moose was a splendid bull with horns that had eighteen points and measured fiftyone Inches from tip to tip Each one of the three was dropped with a single shot i from a 303caliber SavageSt Louis PostDlspatch I An Observation They say that large earsarea sign of Generosity remarked the student of human nature I guess thats right admitted Mr Grasplt At least they would seem to indicate some sort of assini tyI To a CupTeaTea thou soft thou sober sage and venerable liquorthou female tongue running smile smootnlng heart opening wink tippling cordial to whose glorious insipidity I owe the happiest moment of my life let me fall prostrate The Egotists Some men said the quoter Iare born great some achieve great nessIt And the great majority inter rupted the cynic believe they come under both of these heads It THtS- REMEDY Is sure toj I Satisfaction GIVE ELYS CREAM BALM ilvoH llfllof nt unit It cloatiHOrt Hoolbti nnil heals the diseased III 0 IIIb rll Ill It enroo uutarrli and drives iiwny a colt In till llUllll llcklV It IlIlIh HortioU unil protect the Membrane HiwtoroB tlio SUIIHIH ci 4 TiiHtu and Smell full olio 60c at DrnggUtH or hv in mall Trial sled lOo by mull ELY IJllOTlIKUSCtf Wurruu Street Now YOlk PROFESSIONAL CONFEDERATE In New Orleans the other day the Superintendent of Public Schools delivered an address to one or mote of the schools and in it he praised Abraham Lincoln and held him and his career up as a model For th she has been attacked with farocous bitterness The lady President ol of the daughters of the Confederacy the leading dailies and perhaps others have denounced him and his utter ances and he is especially criticised be cause he went out side of the South to find a model instead of holding up Jeflcefon Davis Robert E Lee or some other Southerner and especIally some Confederate hero We have nothing to suggest as to the good taste or wisdom or justice of the praise of Abraham Lincoln we have neither apology defense criticism approval nor dlsipproval to make of anything said by Mr Wilson This would be Irrelevant to the point we desire to emphasize The right of Mr Wilson to hold and in decorous language express any judgment he he plefstd concerning Mr Lincoln or any one a lss should be unquestioned and when challenged it becomes the cause of every free man and free wo men in the South To bold other wise is destructive of true liberty And this spirit of virulence of via lence of intolerance this denouncia tlon of those who dare to hold and express their own views without asking permission must be exorcised- It was intoerable when slavery ex isted yet tlure ws nn apparent de fnsen plausible excuse for this in tolerated and intimidating spirit It was urged that the danger ot negro revolt the horrors of slave insur rectionmade it a crime of the most helous character for any one to pub licly utter dcctnlne or opinions that attacked the lawfulnes or rig htenous of that Instltutulon But since the abolition of slavery there is neither justification nor excuse for this spirit of intimidation We had it In Kentucky during the campaign of 1896 it was rampant during the campaign of 1899 and while less dangerous it was annoying in 1900 It is too prevalent in the Southern States Men are ostracle ed fr opinions and attacted for the utterance of their opinions Abraham Lincoln was of Southern blood as much as Mr Davis or Gen Lee he came from Vir lrli stock and was born in Ken tucky It is true he sprang from humble people and was born in poverty and reared in straitened and hard circumstances He was a product of the border South he belongs to the category of eminent sons of the bar der South He won high position and international fame he is held in the highest esteem by millions of the civilized people of the world His life was full of romance of tollof sacrifice of SUCCCPSS and he has left utterances that posterity will not let die But all this is irrelevant to the real matter at issue Can a gentlemen in public position in the South speak with praise of Abraham Lincoln without running the risk of personal abuseof violent denunciation ostra cism Is speech in New Orlean fret There hiss grown up in Kentucky and some of the Southern States a recent spurious so called Confederate sentiment There has come into x Istence and prominence a class of pro fesslonal Confederates Soon after the war the professional Grand Army Federal became very clamorous and extremely patriotic He indulged in virulent abuse of the South he want ed the parole granted by Grant vio lated he breathed lightnings and bellowed thunder at the South and her dead and her living But he had the excuse that he was masquerading as patriot to create a sentiment in favor of enormous pensions In re cent years his Confederate brother and type has come to the front He finds it impossible to speak well oeli any one who wore the blue he is tent on the preparation of partial life tories he appears in full uniform tit xl reunions and is as noisy now asI be was silentas fierce now as he was docile when war was actually in progress and he lad a chance to sac rifice himself on the altar of his conn j tryFor the brave heroic enduring Confederate soldier we have undying admiration i to him we uncover with grateful remembrance of his services md his sacrifices we claim him with Infinite pride as our comrade and friend of whatever rank or name or citizenship To those who got out L of the Confederate Army with clew records and in honorable mode honor end praise are due And these are never intolerant or vociferous or de nunciatory They feel that they can praise whomsoever they desire They honor courage and clemency and skil in whomsoever found They bay been engaged in building up a common and beloved country and to them this country is their country and sill Its glories its traditions and its heroes are dear They teach thei children that today It is one country one flag one destiny Cannot we 01 the entire South stand for freedom of speech Lexington Herald BRIBERY CHARGES To be Investigated by a Commit tee of the State Senate Frankfort Ky Feb 2fJA sensation was sprung in the Senate this morning as a result of an article published in the Louisville Herald In which the Legislature was charger with demanding money from the distillers in Louisville to prevent the passage of laws against the whisky people by purchasing certain menu brs oi the Senate Senator Farris made a speech ir which he said he had always beet actuated by honest motives in oppos- Ing the liquor traffic and that he desired a stringent investigation Into the matter and the discovery of the members who had been trying to sel outSenator George then offered a reso lutlon locking to an investlgatlor and providing for a committee em powered to take testimony summons wllnessrs and employ a stenographer- The liquor men in Louieville wil be summoned before the committee and they will be asked to give the names of the persons who tried to se cure the 3500 bribe money this weekPresident Thorne appointed a com mittee composed of Senator George Carroll Booles Cantrill and Cox to make the Investigation At different times intimations of graft have been rumored and the bold assertions made in the Louisville Herald created a sensation among the members The House has not con nldered any of these measures and the charge of corruption is directed at the Senate e Subscribe for THE REPun LICAX the best local paper ii this part of the State You can get it m dmost any leading newspaper of the United States at reduced fig ures See our clubbing oflei in another column Little four year old Margie was n model of politeness How is your baby brother this morning Marglf asked the doctor when she opened the door in answer to his ring lOh hes desd thank you she reptledSt Paul Pioneer Press BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINE Stock and poultry have few troubles which are not boweland livor irregularities Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medi is a bowel and liver remedy for took It puts tho organs of in a perfect condition nndIsiooal dose of BlackDraoght Stock and Poultry in their food Any stock raison buya 25ooot blf undalrUght can of this med lno from hisdoaler and keep hig atock in vigorous lronCCIInot send 25 cents for a sampla ThoItanooga Term nooiiBtxo OA Jan 00 1Q01 BlockDrought Stock and Poultry Modlolno in the boat I eror tried Our stock WM looking bad whoa you exit ma the medlolno and now they aro getting BO fine They two looking W par cent tatters P BROOKINQTON FREE TRIP TO WORLDS FAIR Will Be Given Most Popular Young Lady In This County With characteristic enterprise the TwiceaWeek INQUIUEU Is offering to give the most popular young lady in this county a free trip to the Worlds fair at St Louis noxt sum mer In the free trip are included all necessary expenses from tho time tho young lady leaves her homo until she returns including transportation to St Louis and return parlor or sleeping car fare admission to the grounds hotel bill street car fare etc The trip may last as long as two weeks Should tho winner prefer the iNQOiurcn will give her 4000 ex pense money besides transportation to St Louis and return she to pay her own expenses out of this If she Is economical she can save considera ble or tho 4000 and keep It Tho young lady receiving the most votes gets the trip and votes may be secured in only three ways as fol lows 1st a ballot appears in every copy of the TwiceaWeek INQUIRER 2nd 100 votes are given with every 100 paid on subscription In ad vance 3rd votes will be sold for 50c a hundredThe will be counted every Monday at noon and tho contest closes Thursday March 31 1904 at 2 oclock p m Any girl of 16 years of age or more IB entitled to candidacy Help your sister daughter or sweetheart to get ono of tho grand est trips ever offered ono that is en joyable and educational by securing subscriptions and clipping tho ballots Write for sample copy of the Twlcea Week INQUIRER Owonsboro Ky for further particulars fWanted Special Representetive in this county and adjoining territories to represent aud advertise and old established bus- Iness house ot solid financial stand ing Salary 21 weekly with expenses paid ench Mondy by check direct from headquarters Expenses advanced nnd horse and buggy furnished when uecefsiry position per manent Address The Columbia 630 Monon Bldg Chicago Fl 3161 WANTED Men cr women local representatives for a hlgh class Magazine Large commissions Cash 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for prices or inquire from Mattingly It Tweddell at Hartford Respy = Lees Machine Works Ia OWENSBORO KY s4444444444444444 WORMS WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEII Moit In Quantity Best In Quality For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies Wmqt90XiX 33TT AXjXj 3D H VGrGrTe3T6 Frepared bTI JAMES F BALLARD St Louis I ForS ale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky Groves Tasteless Chill Tonich- as stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record of merit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Uver Pills r l rlv r f- t1NOTHING Jg HC 1- I SUCCESSII Wre are now on our fourth year since starting in Business and the following figures speak for themselves G 1QOI S 8660050 1902 14730000 1903 21800600v 4 4Wre mean to make 1904 over saooooo and our Hartford house doing the amount of business that we are now and will 4do will be one of the causes for shoving our sales not only up to this but far beyond For this roaSOll we ale going to 1 very liberal prices m the way of an inducement and appreciation thereof 1We will sell the best Fencing Wire for the next fifteen days for less money than anyone Just received HOOOO pounds L Will also make some interesting figures on Shelf Hardware Cooking Stoves Etc during that time We have just received a big lot of Oliver Chill Plows Mitchell Wagons Studebaker Wagons Vulcan Chill Plows Blount and Moline Steel Plows tand a big line of Tiger Harrows and Implements In fact everything suitable to give the Farmer the best line of Implc ments manufactured IRemember We are the sole Agents for the Celebrated Deering Machines I IYours for More Business T JTUKLErCO I iru u u JlC J rf F Hartford Republican Issued by tlio ilnrttunl InblUliInc CornpnuyI- NCOIirORAVCn C K FJrrrlt Killlor ErEPxs0tEC ComborlonQZT JEh v33FRIDAY MARCH 4- ANNOUNCEMENT ron JAILER 1we uru initborlzcil to nnnoume JAMES I MORTON MM a ciinilltlnto for till otllcc of Inner ot Ohio county subject to the notion of the Ke publican party THE weather man has again dealt ue a coldwave MR BKYAX is still suffering from that bite of the germ of Grovernisis ClevclnncJtodeuski I Tin Japs in attempting to un bot tIe the Ivussians should use the latest improved corkscrew Tile Wallz that is figuring in the Legislature blackmailing affair seems to know a new step or two i UNDKU ordinary circumstances 8350000 would not buy any great amount of favors from representative- men IT is to be observed that March came in like a lamb and the more he keeps it up the better will be his welcome r TilE Reed Smoot case will soon come up in the Senate again then tie various and sundry Mesdames Smoot will be requested to walk up andregister PEOPLE are wont to call President Armour the father of the Panama Republic It should not be forgotten that President Roosevelt was the first to trot the young thing on his knee IT has been as impossible for a Republican member of the General Assembly to have one of his bills en acted into law when the measure contained anything important as it is tor a cancel to walk through the eye of a needle IT is becoming evident that Rueia wan about as unprepared for war with Japan as Napoleo n was with Prussia when he marched to the border with drums beating flags flying and horns tootin of the glories of Prance to meet with Uismark TUB sincerity and solemnitywith which the bribery charges are being investigated by the Senate and House jMHihlfiee is perfectlyapparent it T the fact that the public is not allowed to know the proceedings They are sitting behind closed doors TIlE bill making Hartford a city of the fifthclass has passed both Houses of the General Assembly and is up to the Governor for his signa ture It is to Hon A S Bennett whom Hartford citizens are indebted for the successful passage of the bill He introduced and looked after the measure until its passage was secured No time was lost in appointing a committee to investigate the charge that members of the Legislature have been attempting to bleed or black mail the whisky and tobacco men of the State In this promptness of ac tion the Legislature should be com mended But when you view the personelof the committee andnote that its six members are each a Dem ocratyou may be sure that no Demo cratic member will be molested It there be any sincerity in the investi gation and any determination to fix the guilt or to prove the merits or de merits of the charge it looks like that one Republican at lesat might have been appointed on the commit tee We are slow to believe that any of the peoples representatives would in anywise be influenced by or for a monetary consideration but the reporter certainly thought he hada foundation for his charges Colds Cause Pneumonia One of the most remarkakle cases of colds deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Feneer Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that Iran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until- I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderfulremedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs andrestored mo to my normal waight health and strength Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING Whiii you tnkt GroveH TiiHtclpBB Chill Tonlr lie fiiUMr tlm uremia IH Ill ulnly printed cm ever hot tin IIIIIIIJ that It iHHlmplv Iron and Qtiltilnu In atiiHtiliHH form No iuri No Iuy 1 Which One Ben D Ringo member of the Demo rattc State Central Committee from the Fourth district passed through the city 1ast night on his way to lnnklort where he has business pending before the Court of Appeals He was at the Willard last night With him was Judge W S Tinsley of Hartford Wednesdays Louisville Herald eWlwffi II Salve For Piles Burns Sores T DAY BILL PASSED Measure Repealing the State Tax on the Manufactured Weed Only Needs Governors- Signature Frankfort Ky March 2Thf Senate today passed Representative I Chants E Days bill repealing tne tax on manufactured tobacco It was asserted in the discussion that this tlX has netted the State only aboutI 6500 during the past two years and that It tends to hinder tobacco manu facturing interests in Kentucky Senator Richardson opposed the bill because it was the source ot some revenue to the State but it passed by j a vote of 28 to 2 It now lacks only the Governors signature to make it a law A bill of exactly similar import to Mr Days was introduced in the Senate early in the session and was passed but died hi the House I Beware of Ointments for Cat I arrh That Contalas Mercury as mercury will SUPPV destroys the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phy nicians the damage they willl do is ten fold to the good you can posibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 containes no mer cury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure to get the genuine It is taken internally and j made in Toledo Ohio by F J Oho I ney Co Testimonials free I Sold by Druggists Price 75c per I bottleHalls Family Pills are the best I Bring an extra dollar or two i with you next week when attending Court and with it pay your subscription to THE REPUBLICAN if you are a subscriber and behind i IAmour the great features in Mc Magazine for March is the true story of Caleb Powers by Samuel Hopkins Adams i CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signaturoof I y y y y March April May There is a best time for doin- geverythingthat is a time when a thing can be done to tho best ad vantage most easily and most ef fectively Now is tho best timo for purifying your blood Why Because your system Is now trying to purify ityou know this by tho pimples and other eruptions that have come on your face and body j Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Are tho medicines to takethey do the work thoroughly and agreeably j and never fail to do it Hoods are tho medicines you have always heard recommended I ennnot recommend Hoods Snr nplrllln too hiclilr as a sprint nuUlelnc When wo take It In tho sprint we nil feel bnttnrtlirouch the summer IH8 S II NBAL McCrays 1ai Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps tho promise CaliforniaI i second cass colonist tickets will h sold from Beaver Dam to San Frnnj Cisco Cal Elpaso Tex and many other far Western points for 35 15 I Tickets on sale dally until April 30th S B VAN MFTHR6gtI S i O48TOBJ4I Hears thethe Kind You Hare Akals Bought I Signature of I I Real Estate is Advancing Get aBargain WHILE YOU OAN too acres adjoining Hartford25oo Here are some choice bargains 70 acres in Hartford for 3000 126 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 i 145 acres 3 miles from Hartford 3000 I 135 acres 4 miles from Hartford 800 One new house and onehalf acre lot in Hartford at a bargain A house and two acres of ground I adjoining Hartford Fine orchard outbuildings and in fine condition I A bargain i I have calls every day for farms I j cnn sell your land for you I have some lands not in this list all going j cheap List your property with me S A AndersonI Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY I E P1 BARNES BRO The Leading Retailers of the Green River Country Our semiannual inventory of February 10th closed an other business year and it is with pride that we announce to the public that we have distributed more merchandise than during any previous year of our existence and to our liberal patrons we are profoundly grateful and as wo believe there is no other concern that oilers the same advantages all aroundas we do we unhesitatingly ask a continuance of yourinterestsshall receive the same close prices and the same courteous treatment as yourself To those who havent been tradingiwith us we ask you to give us a trial Acquaint yourself with our business methods One Close Price to nilandlookclosely through our entire stock of everything you need and we believe your decision will be the same as hundreds of others that Barnes is the best place to buy your goods Spring ArrivalsWe have received many things already for Spring and others are arriving almost daily We have on sale our en GinghamsOeline of Embroideries and Insertings at from 2c to 50c periyard You will be surprised at the values we are offering as well as the endless varieties we are showing Bleached Cot ShootingstonquarterSheeting 5c Gc and7cj Shirting Cottons 5c to lOc and observobyenormous advance in Cotton the fewest number of the lines boughtbigstockbought t i Subscribe for The Hartford Republican t r l i ratI Spring Arrivals Wo have now ready for yur inspection our Early Spring Arrivals in Embroideries races Percals Ginghams and Prints Wo shall be 0 glad to send you samples or have you como in person to see them While Cotton is soar ing high wo have only made a slight advanco and on many lines of Cotton Goods none at all EmbroideriesOno thousand yards of Embroideries run Wing from 1 to 2J inches pretty patterns at last years price 5c per yard Two thousand yards running in widths from 3 to 8 inches worth today from Joe to ooc per yard our price on entire lot JOe and 20o Beautiful to Val Laces and Al lovers from 2e to 125 per ya- rdSpring PercalsThese goods are sure to have the ascenden cy fur early Spring Waists We havo al beautiful line to select from at the old prices lOc and 12ic per yard Spring CittgHams These are staples at all times for liens Shirts Ladies Vaists and Childrens Gar J ments They como in checks and stripes all the new shades for Spring Old price lOc Remember1Vo at cost any of our Winter Overcoats Suits Underwear liens and Boys Boots Ladies and Childrens Heavy Shoes If you need any of these Goods come and see them They are cheap Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 4 td New Seed Potatoes at Carson Bros Lunches at City Restaurant toe up- I Seed Potato Onions at Carson Bros Fresh Oysters and Fish At City Restaurant R L Boyd Horse Branch was in town Tuesday W D Fulkeraon Smallhous was in town TuesdAY Nicest line of Candles and Fruits in Hartford at City Restaurant Elijah Morris Jingo called to see as while in town Wednesday E M Woodward went to Louisville Monday and will return today W S Tinsley went to Louisville Tuesday and returned yesterday Hon B D Ringo went to Frankfort Tuesday He will return today Gents furnishing goods a specialty at ECONOMY STORE We have lots of Tobacco Cotton CARSON C Co J B Herndon McHenry called to 1ksee us while In town Wednesday Our new suits are ready for your Inspection ECONOMY STORE IW E Morton Ceralvo made us a pleasant call while In town Tuesday i Dont fall to visit the Economy j Store for Clothing Big cutin prices J A Cheek Askinsmade us a very pleasant call while In town Monday t City Restaurant Is the most upto date place In Hartford Call and 1 seeP A Shaver Beda made us a very pleasant call while in town Wednes day Nazareth Waist Jor Children at Fair Cos I Nobby line new Spring Ntckwear at Fair Cot IFair Cos new Spring Shirts for Men and Boys are beauties I If its an Overcoat you want at a I bargain Fair Co can supply you Oyster Stew Oyster Soup and Veg etable Soup at City Restaurant So good Fried Fish Corn Breadhnd Hot Coffee at City Restaurant during Court F M Allen Centertown made us a very pleasant call while In town Monday James I Morton Askin made us quite a pleasant call while in town Monday Ulyssus Rowe Centertown made us quite a pleasant call while In town Saturday R H Basham Rosine made us quite a pleasant call while In town Tnedasy Mr F W Creager can Interest the stock breeders See his ad in another column City Restaurant will be the place to get your meals and lunches during Circuit Court The colored residents of Hayti are endeavoring to have their town annex ed to Hartford OSTEOPATHY Dr D W King Is at Mrs Lou Collins Examination and Consultation free tf Call at Carson Bros for anything you need In the grocery line Fresh stock always on hand Mrs W T Woodward is visiting her daughters Misses Berdie and Flossie city this week The emancipation league of Ohio county will hold a general emancipa tion celebration this year Tobacco Canvass at Fair Cos The new Spring Skirts are the prettiest ever shown at Fair Cos Fair Cos new Spring Embroid eries are the prettiest and cheapest In town R B Martin mention of whcse ill ness appeared In our last issue is able to be out again Mr and Mrs E E Birkhead will in the near future move to the Klein property on Liberty street Fair Cos new Spring Percals Ginghams and Fancy Wnlstlngs are here Your inspection solicited Col C M Barnett arrived from Louisville Wednesday to be In attend ence of Circuit Court next week We have just received car load of flour See us for pricesCARSON Co Dr A S Yewell Osteopath room 12 Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky Examination and Consultation free Let Fair Co save you money on Comforts and Blankets A few left at a big reduction Come and see them Mr and Mrs Woolfolk Barrow Lexington are visiting Mrs Bar rows parents Mr and Mrs H P Taylor A CTnylor the liveryman hauled thirtyeight thousand pounds of freight UvHartford from Beaver Dam Tuesday Mrs W M Fair left lor the East ern market yesterday to purchase Ladles Furnishings and Millinery for Fair Co Fair Cos Victor Shoe for young Men In Vicl Box Calf or Pat ent Kid are great values Come and see them Misses Edith Carson Berdle Wood ward and Ida Park city were pleas nut callers at Tin REIUBLICAN office Wednesday Call to see our new Suits They are swell at io and 1200 They cant be beat elsewhere at these low paices ECONOMY STORE Supt James M DeWeese returned Tuesday alter an absence of several days visit at his home near Shreve Sickness detained him a few days We have a big lot of new Ginghams You should see them They are still selling at the old time low prices ECONOMY STORE Rev J H Burnett and S T Stev ens were the guests of Mr Stevens brother Mr S L Stevens near Cromwell the first of the week Mr James P Thomas our former fellowtownsman has been appointed cashier in the Surveyor ol the Ports office Louisville by Col C M Bar nett Mrs Amanda Wilson died at her home near Horton Wednesday of pneumonia Her remains were laid to rest In the Milton Taylor grave yard yesterday Our new spring Shoes and Slippers are arriving now and will be ready for you in a few days Call andsee them We invite Inspection and comparison ECONOMY STORE Mr and Mrs A B Riley returned last Friday from Louisville where Mr Riley has been attending medical school They have taken rooms in the Klein property The twoyearold child of Mr and Mrs R C Taylor died of pneumo nia late Tuesday afternoon Inter ment took place at Waltons Creek cemetery Wednesday While the weather is bad you could get out enough corn pith to buy ev erything you need to live on and save paying out the cash We will buy any quantity from one to 100000 pounds CARSON Co In another column will be found the announcement of Mr James I Morton of Askin as a candidate for jailer subject to the action of the Re publican party Mr Morton is one of the countys best citizens and if nominated and elected will make a splendid official The time has arrives when mer chants areoffor about to be ofTtoEas tern markets to purchase their spring stock The following dealers of the county are away or about to leave for that purposeMrs Sara Collins Smith for the Economy Store J H BCarsonfor Carson CoSam Bach lor his mammoth store Wm Fair for the firm of Fair Co all of Hart ford E P Barnes for E P Barnes Bro Beaver Damand S J Tichen or for his store at McHenry Mrs J A Anderson who has been confined to her room with the grip and asthma is able to be out again Miss Norma Miller who has beenI visiting her brother P C Crowley Ia for the past three weeks will return home tomorrow Young man dont fail to visit tin when you want to dress up We can dress you better and for less money thaa any place you have ever tried ECONOMY STORE R L Tweddell has sold the plant of the Crescent Manufacturing Company on Main street to the Condit Bros Mr Tweddell left yesterday lor Millroy Ind where he will like ly locate The Hon Sam Bedford of Owens boro will deliver a lecture to J E Pendleton Lodge A O U W at the Methodist church Wednesday night March 9 The public are cordially invited to attend It costs you noth ing His subject will be Fraternity The following persons ore among those whobave paid their subscription or become new subscribers to TilE REPUBLICAN since our last issue James I Morton Askin G W Rowe Centertown Wm Brown Hartford W E Morton Ceralvo F A Shav er Beds HERBERT KY March 3Miss Nora McCarty of Evansville is visiting her grandpar ents Mr and Mrs Elias McCarty at this place Mr Lee Hawkins of Bells Run was In our town Wednesday Supt J M DeWeese gave us a pleasant call Saturday Miss Bird Barnett of Deanfield was the guest of her sister Miss Mattie Barnett last week Miss Sallie Ford and Master Carson Ford have measles Miss Hallie Miller returned home from Mr Wm Hollands Thursday Miss Pearl Winkler of Scythia is the guest of Miss Lula Floyd Mr L Young spent Sunday with friends near Mt Eden Mrs Geo Corley of Weber spent the day at Ivy Barkers Monday Rumor says we are to have a wed ding in the near future Farmers are glad to see this pretty weather f Mr Garland Bhck of Haynesville spoke at this place Saturday evening in behalf of the farmers Mr Leonard Taylor has gone to Weher to work at Ewans saw mill Miss Luvena Corley was the guest of Miss Nola Brown Sunday Letterheads Envelopes Etc the HARTFORD REPUBLICANcan make your STATIONERY and other printed mat ter at the following prices Envelopes good quality per 500 100 and up Letterheads good quality per ream 500 125 and up Noteheads good quality per ream of 500 100 and up Statements good quality per ream of 500 100 and up Billheads good quality per ream of 500 100 and up Ordinary hand bills per 1000 200 and up Prescription blanks in lots per 1000 100 andup All other JOB WORK in proportion DONT FORGET THE PLACE THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN- HARTFORD KY ECHO OF JETTWHITE Kings Wife Fainted but Jury Soon Returned Acquittal of Her Husband Cynthlana Ky March JurorKing who served In the trial of Jett and White who were convicted ot the murder of J B Marcum was freed today by a verdict of not guilty The charge against King was per jury In answer to questions when ex amined as a juror in the Jett and White trial A few moments after the jury went out to decide the case Mr King tainted in the court room and for a time was thought to be in a serious conditionOn King will answer the rule to show cause why he should not be punished for contempt in talking to jurors after the case was submitted I Our Court House The Court House improvements are nearing completion The new and modern windows the entrance vestibule the new jury box and many other valuable and substantial improvements add greatly to the looks and beauty of Ohio countys Temple ol Justice E Specia1Notice1Sub t BeVinninil27unULuslino UntilMorel3 I IrWe the advantage stylishly WINTER sufficient SPRING comparison Hartfordfro quirement undoubtedly QUANTITIES SPECIALSap Specials in Clothing 15 and Beaver Over r 390 Worsted Suits 245 Pairs Striped 125 seV12 Boys 3 pair 25c 9 Handkerchiefs and red G 2oc first Sox KY G G and George Coper Beaver Dam visit ed at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr J W Coleman Cromwell vis ed here Saturday and Sunday George and Ira ArbucJcfo were In Beaver Dam one last week William Allen Roxey was SaturdayH Crowder Renfrow was in town Saturday Averly Stewart has measles- R H Rosine was SaturdayFrank Sorrels Horse Branch was In town Saturday- Mr and Mrs Silas Beaver Dam visited here Saturday and Sunday Henry Her Manda was In For Sale or fine Jack coal black For fur ther particulars call on or address A B Matanzas Ky Louisville Stock Market Quotations yesterdays sales I Cattlebest quality 4 40 to 4 85 Hogsbest quality 5 45 Choice light 495 and LambsExtra sheep 3 75 to 4 25 Extra ship ping lambs 5 50 to 6 oo I can assure our patrons a gain of at least 25 per cent and of being well fitted and dressed We also intend to clear our house of all GOODS so that we will have room for our P GOODS will have no here in fulfill this re we must sell goods at LOW PRICES in LARGE Here we quote you a few Black Blue coats at 19 Black Clay at 45 Trousers at I for and Dozen white blue for r 15 Dozen lIens colored 5c SELECT March xMessrs Arbuckle relatives day here Stewart here Hoheimer town Tuesday Trade- A TICHENOR from shippers Sheep shpplng NEW which and Specials in Shoes60 Pairs of Ladies Shoesgood brandat 65c 39 Pairs of Shoes for Boys and Girls at 70c 21 Pairs of Shoes for Men heavy 1ISpecials in Ladies Goods a14 Ladies Jackets a wonder 500 27 Ladies Capes a beauty at 100 a75 Ladies Combination Suits at 45c iIWe 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 you to come and see for yourself Yonrs for trade nrr xr 4 I 1 HANNAS LAST LETTER Was a Brief But Pathetic one to President Roosevelt Senator Hannas last written words were in the form of pathetic letter I to President Roosevelt in which he acknowledged in a way quite char acteristic the Presidents thoughtfulness in calling at his hotel to in qnlre about the Senators condit ionThe letter was writen by the Sen ator on the afternoon of Friday February 5 and was the last business of any kind transacted by him After Senator Hannas death Pres ident Roosevelt sent the letter to Mrs Hannain order that copies of it might be made by the family for preser vation The orignal will be returned to President Roosevelt who willI treasure it carefully in memory of his dead friend While the Senator was quite ill but before a serious turn set In he was infomed that the President had call ed to inquire about his condition he saidWasnt that nice of him whis pered Senator Hanna Wasnt that good Later the Senate again expressed his deep appreciation of the Presi Idel 9 courtesv and a little while af terward calledfor pencil and paper and wrote the following My Dear Mr PresidentYou touched the tender spot old man when you call personally to inquire after me this a m I may be worse before I can be better but all the same such drops of kindness are good for a fellow Sincerely yours 11 A HANNA It Friday p m The next day a reply was received from the President with a note stat ing that It was to be shown to the Senator when Mrs Hanna thought best Senator Hanna never saw the reply which was as follows Fsbruary 6 I9a4 Dear SenatorIndeed it is your letter from your sickbed which is touchingNot my visit May you very soon be with us again old fellow as strong in body and as vigorous in leadership and yours friendship as ever Faithfully yoursT- HERODORE ROOSEVELT Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured William Shatter a breakman of Deunison Ohio was confined to his bed for several weeks with inflam matory rheumatism I usedmany remidies he says Finally Isent to McCawy drug store for a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm at which time I was unable to use haul or loot and in one weeks time was able to go to work as happy as a calm For sale by nil druggists Pointed Paragraphs Wealth is sure to bring disappoint mentsafter you lose it A small boys idea of a volcano is a mountain with the cork out Many a man doesnt realize how fortunate ho is when the girl refuses himWhen a girl pretends to be angry she imaginia that her eye are flash ing fire Hew about a man loving his neigh bor as himself if he is his own worst enemyWhen a man makes an ostentatious display of his wealth he advertises himself as an easy maik It sometimes happens that the parson who gets a SIO marriage fee profits by the mistake of others There are men who only quit telling you how smart they are In order to inform you what smart children I thay have I When a woman attemps to walk off n tenword compliments on a nun tree always spoils the effect by make ioi a s srlttl story of it TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tithe liiisnMvu liromo Juliilnu TiiblotH All ilruwirlHtH n fiinil tlm inniiiv lilt ftIIN to lure IV C VMH KlKUutnrii In 111111111 lir etc Good Manners In of all the complaints about I IIfrshrstandard by which your fitness for so ciety will be judged Of course if you are a millionaire your manners are immaterial The vast majority of people how evr belonging to tha licenser 1 The recent tnArrUgo of a couple of cripQ1et- each the proper compJo h It meat anna jand kg wM noted by the oaOOQ nubial curio hy But who notes the mar geewhich lYtftr dell n which both par ties are cripples in health Crippled health mens as a rat iIl tffandto diaeMQ of the stomAch and di gestive and notritire tract Doctoc Pierces Golden Medical Db corery cures diaoMea of the stomach and other JI of digestion tend nutrition Itenables the perfect nourishment of the and so builds up in sound health and strength I had been a great wflfcrer few Ind d for the lat nine writes Sir Marynret 6Un te of Owicsu MflK Baltimore Ca i I was such A wreck it nemnl death ww roar but can say I feet Hkct aaotbcf novas I have received and 1u goo i from Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dtaoorwy and PaxortM- rescriptlon1 I built takes ti- aU kt and the adrfae of ISr R and am to ay that UM U worth now A thousand thank for your treaUneutv Do not be cajoled into trad a sub Uncc for a Any substitute offered as just as asu Golden Medical Discovery U a shadow of that medicine There are cure behind ever claim matte for the a DiacoTcry The Common Sense Medical Adtber 1008 large pages in paper corers is test on reOelpt of twentyone onecent- Dt steam to pay apeme of malUng Ac1L1e2S 11 V Pierce Buffalo K Y class stand or fall more or less by their manners and far from these Ing in decadence there never was times when they were of so much Im portanceWe less ceremonious than ou parents or grandparents but we are not less polite No generation In particular can be accused of having a monopoly of bid mannersThere have always been selfish peo pIe and bad manners are only the outward and visible sign of an luward and abiding selfishness The secret of good manners lies I sympathy and interest in others an the importance of cultivating these qualities If they are not inherent can not be exaggerated Life is too short for us to judge in the majority of cases by anything but outward appearances We have not time to search for the benevolent intentions so carefully concealed behind the uncompromis ing manner of all the outwardly hor rid people In the universe A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Remedy af avorite with the mothers of smallchildren It quickly cures their coughs and colds prevents any dangers of pneumonia or other serious consequences Itnot only cures croup but when given aa HOOD the croupy cough appears wil- lprevent the attack For solo by nil druggists m A Bargain for Farmers The New York Tribune Farmer a national illustrated agricultural week ly of twenty large pages has no su perior as a thoroughly practical and helpful publication for the farmer and every member of his family and th publishers are determined to give it a circulation unequaled by any paper o its class in the United States Knowing that tvery enterprising I uptodate farmer always reads his own local weekly newspaper The New York Tribune Farmes has made an exceedingly liberal arrangement which enables us to ofler the two papers at so low a price that no farmer can afford to lose the opportunity The price of The New York Tribune Farmer Is 100 a year and THE HARTFORD Rnrunric YN is 100 a year but both papers will be sent for a lull year If you forward 5125 to Tun REIUHUCAN Hartford Ky Send your name and address to The New York Tribune Farmer New York City and a specimen copy of that paper will be mailed to you The Coak Island announces the lowest rates ever made to turBan Territory Oklahoma rind Texas for February 16 March I aid 15 Ouevay ColoiUt tickets front Memphis to Indian Territory and Oklahoma pelt ts only 650 to Texas points gSoo o lcae Look over the display ad pearing elsewhere In this paper the write H I McGuire Dlv Pass Agt Cincinnati 0 for illustrated literature descriptive of this great section aud full information regarding these cursioj ONE ARMED MANS SKILL How He Managed to Button Ills Caf to Ills Shirt Sleeve When and how did you lose your armFive years ago I was working In a factory and got my arm caught in some bolting lias your right arm beconu more servlcoablo slnco you lost its mate Oh yes I can do almost anything with my ono arm I used to have a great deal of trouble In dressing myself but It comes easy now 1 clot tie my shoes put on n four in han d tie put collar buttons In a new shirt in fact do everything ruquiml Just as woll as I could when I hud two hands It certainly Is wonderful what one can do If he only has to Yes It is Theres only ono thing however that I really prldo myself on being able to do with my one Used and that Is to fasten my cult How do you suppose I do this I hadnt thought of this For the life of mo I ilotit soo how you do it Do you fasten your cur with your teethrNo And the ono armed fellow smiled Have you some contrivance of your own that you use 1 No Woll I dont see how you do it Its beyond me Why I put tho cuff on the shirt before putting on tho shirt And ho smiled more broadly than ever Indianapolis News Freak of a Oenlni Ono day a bulky tall pale f iced gin Ueman with bushy restless eyebrows entered a London tavern TIll waiter did not ask him for his order but 1m nitvllHtely brought him n plato of bread and cheese amid n glass of ale Having consumed Ills lunch tho guest sat upright In his chair for awhile leaning his bonds on a heavy walking cane oppositeaho gavo a start Ho seized the empty glass and dashed It to the tloor with atomsrHo then reflected for n moment laid a coin on tho table got up and left the Inn without a word to any one After his departure another gnist had the curiosity to ask the waiter whether the gentleman who had Just gone out was not wrong In his head Quoth the waiter Oh no air Thats nothlnk un usual with 1m sir Es broke maybe a uudred glasses since es been a comln to this ouse E dont seom to gitgdat somcthlnk os tblukln about Its Lord Macaulay sir Colliers Weekly Stimulated UIII Imagination The mother of the three boys had noticed that when they slept In the same room tfey were a long time going to sleep A little Investigation brought out tho reason John she said what kept you boys awake so long last night Bob was telling us stories he re pliedBut I heard him saying Boys I wish you wouldnt bother me I want to go to sleep Yes admitted John When hed told us one story wed get out of bed and run round the room awhile Then we would crawl in again and put our cold feet against his back and keep them there till he told us another Years afterward lob became n fa mous lecturer and story teller and that possibly Is the way he got his start 1ATitled Kleptnrnanlnc A titled kleptomaniac of three quar ters of a century ago was the Countess of Cork Sho had a reputation for stealing anything she could lay her hands on whether it was useful or valuable or not Once when leaving a country house where sir had been staying she saw and quietly picked up a hedgehog that was crossing a hall a pet of the porters and took It away In her carriage Finding It an un decidedeto dispose of It at the first town where eho horses and then offered afsponge cake Wo dpnt know what It means to bow to the Inevitable unless It means to tako off ones hat to ones wife AtchIson Otobo Another One You say some very sharp things he remarked You give me sumo splendid oppor tunities she replied Chicago Post Dutch Patchwork Holland Is certainly the land of artistic patches Take for instance our very worthy captain a thrifty nuns and prosperous with a neat sum tuck ed away Yet see his shirt patched and repatchod and patched again in varying shades of brown ami red until It has been completely metamorphosed As to the original color no man know eth but hero Is a wonderful mosaic of soft tones put together with Infinite skill and patience It la moreover still In a state of evolution for tho process may go on Indefinitely I take It that the purchase of a new shirt Is a sol emn rite and not to bo entered upon with Indecent haste or thoughtlessness timidrones childrens children may gaze with OToolenpossesses nothing save n numerous progeny and n very doubtful Insurance policy would floe In terror at tho thought of wearing ItEdward Pen field in Scrlbucrs DAMAGE SUIT For 100000 Filed by Mrs Mar cum for the Death of Her Husband Winchester Ky Mar 2The largest damage suit ever brought in the Circuit Court of this county was filed lure Saturday It is for SOO ooo damages and was brought by Mrs Abrtl a Marcum for herself and Nellie Tom Imogene Alfred James B and William Hurst Marcum they being the widow and infant children of James B Marcum for whose mur der at Jackson last May Curtis Jett and Thomas White were convicted The defendants are firmer Senator Alex Ilnrgis Judge James Ilnrgls and Sheriff Ed Callahau of Breathitt county and B Fulton French of this city The petition alleges that the defendants conspired with Jett and White to murder Marcum and that the deed was done at their instigation that Callahan and James Hargis were present at the time of the killing and that the others aided betted and encouraged Jett and White The attorneys for Mrs Marcum are Byrd C Jouett of this city the senior member of the firm being A F Byrd who prosecuted Jett and White 17d9TORI1ILeBe- an liethe Kind You Hate Always Bought Bgnattro lIdof E p Pointed Paragraphs 1 he fool and his money arc the salvation of the shrewd promoter- If you would avoid temptation busy yourself with your own aflairs Jazlne s is a disease that ifl responsible for a lot of chronic invalids Illusions of courtship are more pleasing than realities of matrimony Society women are like saladsa great lent depends upon the dusking There are moments in every mans life when he imagines hes on the verge of Insanity When a man is in love instead of putting his heart in it he is apt to put his foot in it 1 It Is sometimes difficult to convince the world that you have brains un less you have money Chicago News ProverbsWhen come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it 1 Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil i with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weakand pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny A e a sample free Re sure that this picture In the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT 15 BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and ftoo all druggists THIS IS A- Presidential Year And you will want to be reliably in formed at all times on important questions such asIPANAMA AND- NroAituiTA CANAlI llwIIHOClIYI IlJUKCTlYK TAUIIV And many other questions that the Congress of the United States is now considering To net your facts ecUtorilll1opinion to tike a truthful Republican paper i The Louisville I I HeraldLOUISVIIXK IVY Is that kind of a newsjaper publish ed In the interet3 ofnil the people I it has grown to be a 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i you should patronize home folkanwhere you can buy your own phones 11 and build your own lines and be Initalking distance with the whole ty and business points generally by tl only paying a reasonable rent to rI Rough River Telephone Company lthey will be nt the whole expense ort of itdependentmars call on S T Stevens Manager 01 Hartford Ky I m n- It RHEUMATISM k 14 u and other ills produced by diseased kidneys ctrl bo 11- cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its elTect is t 11 marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it antipit you are not satisfied your money will be cheer fully refunded tl II Ask you Druggist 25c 5OcHIs ARGONcf t 130 West Main St Louisville Ky t Its 10 to 1 you do If you arc a victim of malaria i Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well admit it will euro malaria but it loaves almost deadly after effects HERBINEisto euro malaria sid headache biliousness and all stomach kidney Lull liver complaints TRY IT TODAY 50 Cents a Bottle All Druggists 1 For Sale by J H Williams Hartford Ky II ij I u I To Cure a Cold in One DacTwo crew- Days i Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets A ej on eve Seven MIllion boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature 9 W f box 2ScoI JUDGED BY HER BOOK= e The WRY Girl In the Illjr Depart t 41bstore pays Frank LoslloH are ns u rule cure IIICully watched not only in tlio store but out of it Thu buyer of each depart 11ment known pretty well the liabltH of his pales luillcn knowN how much it costs them to live und how they Hpenil their evenltiKH It Is easy for him to get the Information not merely through the storo detective but In many other IIWUsTho buyer Is an a rule a tolonmt person who cares only for two things t namely that the girls deliver the frII e that they make blfj hoolsnntl that they appear respect able If they Htay out BO Into at night II that they do not reach the Btore prompt III ly In tbo morning they may be dill charged tranHferred from one depart ment to another or merely not rise in the way of salary depending on the de gree of their misdemeanor If the girls hook la unsatisfactory she is Hlmply discharged rr transferred and no rea son la given hut If she la wise she I knows the reason why If on the other hand the girl In a good Holler the buyer will excuse a great lonl In the way of Irregularity of linhlt As long IIH n girl sticks closely r toMMslncss she Is allowed a great deal of freedom but when her hook be gins to suffer it is time for her to look t ut A Lnvrypr Dill Here Is the story of an Ohio lawyer who did not become a politician as lie wJrV not built on political lines It is told by n Washington man who wim his clerk at one time Lawyer 11 was a gruff sort of personage and believed In making every one pay for every service One of Ills clients was the president of a bank who during tho- r pendency of his case dropped Into the lawyers office very frequently and told HtortiS The lawyer was a gtxxl listener nml seemed to enjoy the Htorles very much but after the bank er went out I uwyer II would say Hero charge Mr 10 for an hour of my time If I have got to listen to his torlps he has got to pay me for It Finally tile bill was made out and carried to the banker It wax nn Item ized account Mating the date of lICh call Hu scnmutl It closely and re marked He IIHH made me pay for It pretty well hasnt he Pay for what asked the clerk For listening to my stories And then be paid the bill Washing ton Post TIll NnrCJelnn Cneunu It is at church In Norway that the national costume Is best seen In the north the women wear short dark gowns with fringed handkerchiefs tied becomingly over their curly fair linlr black ones for the matrons lint rhlte ones for maidens ATI the south till old Norwegian dress Is often worn It consists of a short dark petticoat with a utrlpe of bright colors n full white blouse and a red bodice heavily embroidered while on Sundays a quantity of silver 1 pins and chains are added The headdress varies according to thy occasion and till wearers social The girls wear jaunty red r ttllndltloll married women a coif made1 folds of starched white linen IIJIISIt over a wooden fnitne and a wears a hl h metal crmvn curl uuHly chimed and set with Jewels II A QUESTION OF BATHS llotr tin Army Olllcer livened Up Ilnt ter Vltli UK Auilltar Auditors m ul comptrollers lire the J natural cnemlcH of mankind remark cPan army ofllcer but more particu larly lire they the enemies of an army ofllcer They take fjrcat delight in llml liiK reasons why they phould nut jtapa I an oittccrs accounts and take advan till of the least little technicality or any possible way of refusing to do no Borne time ago an olllcer to get a junt claim that had been turned down by the auditor or comptroller was corn pelled to go to congress and the print ing bill for the account was tour times H largo as the umount in the first in stance General Weston got the best of nn auditor when ho Will in the Seventh cavalry and this is the way he tells tf story I was on n horse board at KansasI City and before a horao could be ac f cepted he was sent a mile at a very fast clip to test his endurance lob served that tho men who were selling the horses had a rider who would tuUe them behind a clump of trees where 1 could not see and shortened tile dis t tance 1 decided to ride the horses my I lelC and I tried about twenty a day I would set pretty well warmed up with that kind of work and I went In afterward and took a bath I charged up the bath each day in my expenses But the account come bock from the l auditor with tho indorsement On9 bnth n tIn Is 8 luxury nntl not l J d necessity One both veek 111 enought I indorsed right under that It I may bo enough for an auditor but not fora cavalryman Wnuhiugton Post The Vtvmt Diamond nt Klmberley It was not until the autumn of 1870 that tho first diamond was found on tho present elto of Klmberley There was a shallow circular depression known as Dutoltapau on the edge of which a farmer named Van Wyk lived iu a cabin plastered with mud This had uo architectural pretensions fbut 10 HC WilY it went lIe ontl the luxury of Firth avenue for tho mud with which it vrtiB daubed wua sprlii kled with diamonds Ono day Vuu f WyUs children prospected the plaster ing or iticir nome ana extracted sev eral gems The former and his friends began digging at the spot from which the mud had been taken und round more diamonds Miners swarmed in and a new camp called Dorstfontcln sprang up In June of tbo next year the Klmber ley mine proper one of the four great deposits that form the present Kim herley group yielded its first diamond Cosmopolitan When Ucptllun Inhabited the Garth At different epochs during the time known as the secondary period the sur face of the earth seems to have been no predominantly peopled with reptile life that it hUH been called the age of reptiles Tho huge iguanodons stalked or leaped about in the wealds of Sussex and Hampshire Of these Iguanodons marvclously complete skel etons lire to bo seen mounted Iu atti tudes of life in tho Itoynl museum of Ilrussels a sight in itself sufficient to Induce a visit to that capital Other smaller reptiles browsed on the follngo of the then existing plains and were pursued and preyed upon by fell rep tilian mounters of various kinds The sea also swarmed with reptiles Ich thyosauri as aquatic as the whales and dolphins of our own day And not only wore the earth mill seas thus peo pled hut there were Hying reptiles of different kinds and sizes known aa pterodactyls lUanderhnm- In using tho word blunderbuss we unconsciously imply n sense of dis paragement for the shooting powers of our forefathers contracted with tho precision of the modern rUle The word itself has however n terrible enough meaning and disdains nil con nection with blunder Blunder buss In fact as we have it is n strange corruption perhaps not altoI gether utitinged with the sense and sound of blunder of the old Dutch Word domlerbuss which cnn bo liter ally translated Into the English thun der box or thunder barrel The Aitr of the Harp The harp which was suggested by the lute is ascritied to Jubal 3875 H C and was King Davids favorite instrument The harp was used by tho Welsh and Saxons nod also by the ancient peoples of Ireland One of tile oldest harps in existence is in the Dublin Collego museum and orig inally belonged to Brian Borolhuae king of Ireland Couldnt See the Application Dtimley She does quote some of tho most inappropriate things at times Miss Vtindcr Whats her latest Dumley I was telling her that I sometimes refrain from Joining in a discussion for fear of making a tool of mysolf and she Bald one could not paint the Illy or gild refined sold Philadelphia Tress At the Iteceptloii I think Daisy Is going to announce her engagement to Dick tonight Did silt tell you she wasV No But see how uncomfortable Dick looks Harpers Bazar An illiiilit- Flos an optimist Indeed Yes lie thinks he gets handsomer as he grows older Detroit Free 1ress Hope Is always liberal and they that trust her promises make little scruple of reveling today on the profits of tomorrow Johnson FOR SALE AVe have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowl ing Greon Business Collego or Normal school department a Scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville For further information call on or address TIIK REPUBLICAN XVhnt Mecrichanni Really hThere Is a very general impression in the minds of smokers that the meet schaum part of tho pipe which ther treasure so carefully and toke BO much pride and satisfaction in coloring is compressed sea foam Sucb however is not the case The German word meerschaum mcana in English foam of the son but its formation has nothing to do with the sea It is a kind of clay comes out of mines like coal and is round only In Turkey A HlKhlcma Stole The following little dialogue was overheard iu a far north hamlet Mac I hear ye havo fallen In lore wi bonnie Kntio Stevens Weel Sandy I was iwar verra near dttcln It but I found the lassie bad nae siller BO I said to inyseH Mae be- n man And I was a moo and noo I pass her by wi silent contempt London Telegraph Ioor Unman Nature Waggles lie couldnt remember why his wife tied a string around his fin ger so ho was afraid to go home and stayed out all night Juggles What was it ho should have remembered Waggles To como home early Smart Sot AVlNilom Maybe Isnt it funny WlratShes the head of a matrlmdnlal agency but an old maid Detroit Tree Press WIFE BEATING Woman who Suffers it Should be Looked After A man has been sentenced to live years in prison and 1000 fine for having beaten his wile upon twenty occasions That is he had previous ly been arrested twenty times One has little sympathy for the wife who was near enough to be beat en even the third timeIA woman with such utter lack of selfrespect that she could remain with a man and take a score oi whip ping ought to be sent to the asylum for an imbecile ut the same time her husband is sent to prison When we read of such an occur rence we cannot feel enthusiastically in accord with the highly moral dames who have passed a law ostra cising every divorced woman To never recognize any divorce was one of the mandates suggested by the founders oi the new and much needed antidivorce society of New York CityIThe effect of this organization must b beneficial and wholesome Yet the extreme position of refusing to recognize any divorced woman is not wisely taken This is returning to the old rigid theories oi a departed era an era when a wife was supposed to belong to her husband soul and bady and when to sever from him for any cause meant death iu the eyes of the community It is altogether probable that the wife whose husband went to prison for his twentieth assault upon her person was reared in this ancient idea of what constituted wifely submis sion No more immoral situation seems possible than the continued marital association of a man and a woman be tween whom blows and abusve words are even occasionally exchanged and when such conduct is a daily affair the relation is one which disgraces all humanity and renders the marriage tie as indecent as immoral The wife who makes no attempt to divorce such a husband lowers the standard of womanhood Therefore the wellmeaning dames who have organized the AntiDivorce Society must make an endeavor to be just while being strictly moral They must not formulate rigid rules of social ostracism which will protect brutal husbands and frighten wrong ed wives from any attempt to escape from that earthly purgatory an un happy and uncongenial marriage An eflort is needed to arrest the FREE FREE I tidal wave of divorce before it sweeps away the very bulwarks of society Yet to render divorce no matter what causes there may b calling for it a crime and disjrace is to substitute one evil condition for another The divorced wile of a brutal and vicious man is a more respectable position to hold iu the world than his legal wile and associate of a husband disgustIa wo manBy Ella Wheeler Wilcox Cures Sciatic Rheumatism Mrs A E Simpson 509 Crag St Knoxville Tenir write June 10th 1899 1 have been trying the baths of Hot Springs Ark for sciatic rheumatism but I get more relief from Btllards Snow Liniment than any medicine or anything 1 have ever tried Enclosed find postoffico order byISouthern Express Sold by J H Williams druggist m Undoubtedly True The good die young you know remarked the man with the quotation habit Naturally rejoined the matter offact persons Thats the only time people are good to OverWork Weakens KidneysIUnhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood iAll the blood In your body passes through vour kldnevs once everv three mInute a rcyourblood ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood they are sick out of order they fall do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid in the blood due to neglected kidney trouble j v M Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheykldneyIarteries It used be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning in kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake mildiSwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for its Wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on Its merits fiftYIcentes may If or to to sample bottle by mall Homo of SwampRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Si Co Binghamton N V- Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle IBALCS IIFACTORY RUN BY WIND Air Motors Supply Power to Two IPlants in Germany for Gen erating Electricity for Lighting For more than two years two small factories one near Leipslc the other near Hamburg have been driven suc cessfully by windmills which are al so used as a means oi generating elec tricity for lighting purposes The windmills have a diameter of about 15 feet and are 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may succeed in getting three or four through But I very much doubt whether anything good can come out of this modern Nazareth the General Assembly of Kentucky How do you like lawmaking Well in a Democratic Legislature I like picking blackberries barefooted best You see there is only thirty Rspublicans in both Houses and the Democrats seated us on the back seats next to the wall so that the Speaker could not hear us when we yell out Mr Speaker But we dont mind that you know for the Democrats see where they missed it by not giv ing us seats in the lobby So to keep us feeling good all the time they have our cuspidors cleaned out once a month If that falls to have its desired effect they will have our bills printed after the Legislature adjourns You know that makes as Republicans feels good and warm un der the collar and to have bumble bees in our jacket aint no feelln atall to this I tell you its good to be here in the General Assembly it tries a fellows patience Youve heard of Job havent you that fellow that had such a bad case ol itch If he was tormented by these Democrats just one day he would turn out to pure hard cussln Job gained his reputation by being a patient man when he got his newspaper and all his other mall brought by his page to the breakfast table but what if he had been a Republican legislator and received his mall as often as once a week I tell you he would have pray ed for the Creator to receive him up yonder that he might be delivered from this untoward generation of vi pers Why just think of Job that good man of old going away back and sitting down on a Republican seat in the Kentucky Legisature receiving his mail once a week having his cus pidor clean twice during his term getting his bill printed whenever the Democratic conscience moved its pos sessor to a sense of sworn duty Just think how good Job would feel when a question came up that if passed would prove a detriment to his constituency in the land of Ur after listening at a half dozen Democrats tell how it would benefit the party to make Redwine Chief Justice and Har gis Associate Justice overall the Land of Ur then let Job get np and say Mr Speaker when some Democrat would move the previous question And then the speaker would pound on his desk with his gavel and say the gentleman from Ur is out of or Ayers We know what all good doc CherryPectoral tor and find out He will tell Cherry Pectoralyou how it quiets the tickling throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls theIhardest of coughs Ayes Cherry Voctnrat la well known our family Wi think It Ii tin best modl In the woilrl for cousin and cold lIuIUATIB IUTKUSOS 1ctaluma 2Se Pe PIJII 1 C AYfill CO I AI fir rwcivml far1orver lard Coughs Ono of Ayers Pills at bedtlmo will hasten recovery cently laxative 3 aa der And to imagine Jobs feelings If the Lord and the Republican party were to so bless the country that the treasury would have money in it after Calhoun had got his little fee and that the little reward was gone the witnesses paid for swearing etc And then along would come the salaryraiser the job hunter the commission grafter the ward boodler and redistrictor the pie hunter and a multitude of other sala ry grabbers and treasury burglars too ime agine how Job would feel when each of these blessed beggars got through telling of all the good and perfect gifts that would befall the great common people if their jobs Legs islatureNow talk about your ripper bills and reripper bills and rip the nigger out of his vote with your barlow bill and the peoples money out of the treasure with your fee salary ap propriation bills and do away with the constitution till they give the people their fill At these kinds of bills Job would have shook his head and voted nay Now do you think its fun to bin e a Democratic Legislature I think I shall go back to the mountains of Eastern Kentucky where its so far from hell that the snow stays all through the summer And where we dont have to die to go to heaven but just climb to the summit of Cumber land and the land of the blessed where the streams of clear living wa ter flow Best Remedy for Constipation liThe finest Remedy for constipa tion I ever used is Chamberlains Stomach and liver Tablets says Mr Eli Butler Frankville N Y They act gentle and without any unpleased effect and leave the bowels in a perfectly natural condition Sold by all druggists m O jQL J3 T OIrL X A Bean You Have Always Bought of thea8iTh 4T CENTERTOWN KY March 2F M Allen and wife were in Hartford Monday- S M James went to Point Pleasant last week Helfrich Bishop Fairest visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Oakley Rowe accompanied him home Mts Nannie James has returned from a visit to the family of Mr Tim Bennett near Rockport Mrs M E Woodward Is at home again after an extended visit to rela tives near CoOman Mr Wing Ross and family have moved to Rockport and Mr Logan Sallee has moved into the Ross prop erty here Mr Clinton Rowe went to McLean county last week Miss Iva Collins Is visiting the family of Ellis Chapman near Mc Henry If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach use Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick relief For sale by all druggists m A Lurid aleis The Strong and the Week by Alison M Lederer in the March number of Lippincotts Maggzine It is a lovepassagr be tween a bride of an hour and another fellow and the gallant bridegroom wins a S What is Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law oven slightly pain results Irregular living means derangement of the oranges result- Ing in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pillis quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Paul Larence Dunbar rarely writes ficatlon nowadays so that The Vindication of Jared Hargot in Lipplnscotts for March is something of a surprise It is a humorsome tale of village life not lacking pathos Childrens CoughsandMrs Joe McGrath 327 E1st St Hutchmson Kan writes I have given Ballards Horehound Syrup to my children for cougns and cold for the past four years and find it the beat medicine I ever used Unlike many cough syrups it contains no opium but will soothe and heal any disease of the throat or lungs quicker than tiny other rented25u fiDe and 8100 at J H Williams drug gists m a r Health For a Quarter People who have torpid liver find life a misery All they need is a mild remedy like F SONSIYER ILLS AND TONIC PELLETS The Pill stimulates the invigkJNature as a medicine should do r Complete Treatment c I 14IlCtllco St Loots Bar Docket March Term 19041 SECOND DAY 4101 Comth vs J W Boatner 3974 Comth vs John Dafiron 3530 Comth vs Warren Cundiff 3532 Comth vs Same 3533 Comth vs Same 3540 Comth vj James Burns 3761 Comth vs Rudy Jahn 3762 Comth vs Same 3841 Comth va Fletcher Hardison 3856 Comth vs Lee Tilford 3865 Comth vs Willie Walker 3866 Comth vs Sip Rhoades 3876 Comth va Juston Jackson Sames3893 Comth vs John Turner 3889 Comth vs James Shultz 3921 Comth vs Lon Morgan 3915 Comth vs Same 3616 Comth va Same 3917 Comth vs Same 3918 Comth V3 Same 3919 Comth V3 Same 3920 Comth vs Same 3965 Comth vs Same THIRD DAY 4091 Comth vs Alonzo Gaither 3966 Comth vs Lon Morgan 3960 Comth V3 W E Russel 3996 Comth vs Charles Moxley 4000 Comth vs Claud Slanter 4008 Comth vs Dock Porter 4009 Comth vs Same 4039 Comth vs James Lambkin 4041 Comth vs Gray Arbery 4056 Comth V3 Walker Kahn c 4058 Comth vs Ollie Barnes 4062 Comth vs Walker Kahn 4063 Comth vs Louis Griffin 4071 Comth vs Ollie Barnes 4072 Comth vs Sam McKinley 4073 Comth vs Louis Griffin 4078 Comth vs Will Engler 4083 Comth vs Lee Autry 4084 Comth va Harvy Barnes 4085 Comth vs Virgil Mills 4086 Comth vs Emmett Tyro c 410 Comth vs Chester Foster 4118 Comth vs Jack Kelley c FOURTH DAY 4122 Comth vs VIrmond Cooper 4123 Comth vs Ed Coleburn 4126 Comth vs Luke Taylor 4149 Comth vs Ben Rogers 4134 Comth vs Ed Curtis 4138 Comth vs Daniel Miller 4139 Comth vs Luke Taylor 4145 Comth vs Leslie Hines 4146 Comth vs Daniel Miller 4151 Comth vs John Wright 4152 Comth vs Same 4153 Comth vs Same 4154 Comth vs Same 4155 Comth vs Same 4159 Comth vs Elmer Hall 4161 Comth vs James Abner 4162 Comth vs Will Summer 4163 Comth vs Ed Shultz 4165 Comth vs J E Rowe FIFTH DAY 4168 Comth vs William Mitchell 4169 Comth vs J R Johnson 4170 Comth vs T Schroader 4175 Comth vs P E Told 4176 Comth vs Alex Nichelson 4177 Comth vs Owen Cash 4178 Comth vs Harrison Peach 4179 Comth vs Ben Burgess 4180 Comth vs Cassa Willcox 4181 Comth vs Mort Tate 4182 Comth vs John Abner 4183 Comth vs Cassa Willcox SIXTH DAY 4184 Comth vs Thomas Wilson 4185 Comth vs Ed Funk 4186 Comth vs Buncomb Render 4187 Comth vs Thomas McReynolds 4183 Comth Vs Robert Render 4189 Comth va Buncomb Render 4190 Comth vs Robert Render 4191 Comth vs Mary Nabors 4192 Comth vs Bridge Duncan 4193 Comth va Frank Tichenor 4194 Comth vs Wash Stringfield- E G BARRASS Clerk RENDER KY March IMr S J Tichenor Is In Baltimore purchasing spring goods Mr J H Brown was in Beaver Dam Tuesdaynn Business- V M Mostley Ks on the sick list Chas layton of Rockport was here Sunday Geo Barnes Braver Dam was here Sunday afternoon John F Hocker was in Central City last week on business Roscoe Davis of Leitchfield visited relatives here Monday Byron Barnes of Beavtr Dam was here Monday on business E A Foster of Central City was here Monday Mr Thomas Todd of Louisville was In Render Tuesday on business Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown of Hartford was here last week on bus ness Proper Treatment for Puou monla Pneumonia is a too dangerous a disease for anyone to attempt to doc tor himself although he may have the proper remedies at hand A physician should always be called It should be bourn in mind howevdr that pneumonia always results from a cold or from attack of the grip and by the proper treatment of these dis eases a threatened attack of pneumonia may be warded oil There is no question whatever about this as dur ing the thirty years and more that Chamberlains Cough Remedy has been used we have yet to learn ofa single case of a cold or attack of the grip having resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was used It is also used by physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with the best re sults Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala whs is also a druggists says of it I have been selling Chamber prescribingyears I use it in cases of pneumo nia and have always gottou the best results Sold by all druggists m Gov Beckham has issued a call for a meeting of the State School Book Commission at Frankfoit this after noon for the purpose of organizing and putting the new law into effect Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You have if you find It hard to breathe after walking up stairs exercising etc If you have pain In your left side In chest back or shoulder If you suffer from cold extremities palo face blue lips dry cough swollen ankles If you havo fainting spells breast pang palpitation redness of tho face discomfort In sleeping on one side Tho only scientific treatment for this whole train of troubles is Dr Mile New Heart Cure Dr Miles New Heart Cure is tho prescription of a famous specialist whose great success in treating obstl nato nervous heart disease has made his name preeminent in tho medical and scientific world Tho medicine will euro you Wo know it Wo want you to provo it If first bottle does not benefit your druggist will give you back your money nttimesbad I could not sleep half tho night and had to nit up on the side of tho bed lots of times to get breath Three trouble way but about two ana half years ngo I gut a pamphlet about Dr Mlles New Heart and thought I would try a few bottles After using them I recovered and have hnd better health yearKItroubhiilVT1IrltY 1 1 CUT Pastor Baptist Church Hurt Kuns FREEWrite to us for Freo Trial of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills tho New Scientific Konmdy for Pain Also Symptom Blank Our Specialist will dlagnose your case tell you what Is wrong and how to right It l ree DH MILES MEDICAL CO LABOUATOIUES I5UUIAIVT 1ND Fine Stock f t To the Citizens of Ohio and Adjoining Counties GOEBEL The greatest Saddle and Harness Stallion of his age In Kentucky will makerithe season of 1904 at E D Oldhams stable three quarter miles northof Beaver Dam Ky on the Beaver Dam and Hartford rcal at 2000 to insure a living colt or 1500 cash when mare is bredwith return privilege if mare does not become with fOfllor money returned at breeders option Care will be taken to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should any occur Season fee is due when colt is foaled or mare parted with A lien will be retained on colt until fee is paid This magnificent young horse is pronounced by the best judges of horse flesh to be the greatest saddle And harness stallion of his age in Kentucky He has been shown at the best fairs in the State each year since he was a two yearold and has been defeated less times than any horse of his class He has never gone away front a fair with less than two blue strings and has graduated at mot all To better introduce him he is the black stallion that graduated at the Ohio County Fair last fa- llDESCRIPTION GOEBEL is a coalblack stallion three white feet 16 hands high and will be five years old the first of May lie has fine style and action nnd is a sound horse PELDIGRRR I GOEBEL was sired by Hnppy Bell he by Happy Cross No 52 In Saddle Horse Breeders Association Happy Cross is by Girrardfl Chief 2253 first dam by old Star Denmark Happy Bells first dam Is Mollie W Iby Fancy Golddust he by old Golddust 150 Second dart by imported Scython thoroughbred Goebels first dam by Rolla Golddust he by Arabian Gold oldIsold for 600000 by Will Robertson of Dau1810wnfPREMIUM I will give to the best season 10 Colts to be shown on fair grounds at Hartford Ky on Saturday before the j onIOTHER STOCKI will also bring Isaiah my thtniughbred Poland China boar which will serve sows at 100 cash Also some nice pigs and calves for sole Early colts stand the best chance for the premium so come early and get the premium colt and choice of pigs I will begin the season the 22nd of March I extend a cordial welcome to nil to Investigate my stock E W CREAGER Cecilia Ky Hartford CollegeIHARTFORD KY studyPreparatory sic Elocution and Art EXPENSESTuition per term often weeksS 800 Twenty weeks in advance 1500 Board per week 200225 Students can enter at any time Catalogue and Circulars free Correspondence solicited O M SH U LTZ President E W PATTERSON V Pres i LAND IS WEALTH More than thatland is the source of all wealth The ratio of population to acreage is the sliding scale upon which op portunity is guaged success determined Cut the number of landholders in any State in the Union in two and what la the result Its simply arithmetic opportunities doubled in that State What II threefourths the population be elimi nated Opportunities quadrupled and so on Thats the condition in the great Southwest Arkansao Indian Territory and Oklahoma This vast territory is supporting less than fwheatetable crops are demonstrated possibilitiesthe greatest fruit section in the country but thats only half the story The low ratio of population to acreage makes land cheap thats the main point Theres room for success in the great Southwest Illustrated literature sent on request I I I I y- Ll 3 It W 1njj ONE FARE Plus 2 Dollars For the Round Trip First and Third I Tuesdays of Mouth eachI M5 i 111I H I Olio II iiE tl 1 A little Rock Ark 111 Mc1Unt1i n 1 A- UOIyAln JOI11T I A Cinclnaatl 0ii I r r