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Tartft r rbllpubIfcan IIICIRCUIT COURTI New Order of Proceeding Un der New JudgeJurors- Must Appear Official Stenograpuar Appointed I and the Boatner Case on Trial jlr- r The Ohio Circuit Court convene in Court Hall here Monday morning r with Judge T F Birkhead presiding Commonwenlths Attorney Ben D Ringo assisted by Judge John B j Wilson County Attorney proteins acting in the place ol County Attorney I W II Barnes who is ill ol measles were present to represent the Com monwealth Court was called to or der promptly at 9 oclock when the Circuit Clerk administered the oath ol office lo iivtge Birkhead and fie Jr turn administered the oath ol of lice to Commonwealths Attorney Ben- D Ringo The court notified the Sheriff that he was expected to keep order in the court hall This done the court called on the bar for mo ktitions Motion hour over the Sherifi and his deputies took the usual oath The call of those who hAd been sum moned OB grand jurors resulted in only i y out of 20 responding Some three or four had sent in excuses for themselves or family and the court order- I cd a rule issued against those wh hal been summoned and failed to np pear or give iii reasonable excuse lor not doing so to show cause why they should not bs fined for contempt the ruse was made returnable the let r day ol the term The Sherifi was then directed by the court to summon three bystanders to complete the i panel Those impaneled as grand j jurors are us follows J C Bennett S L Whittaker Win Williams W G Waul W P Brown J A Cooper C C Moseley Harvey Cox W P Goff R L Owen foreman L B Loney cleik and M B Foster Sheriff The court instead of delivering the charge to the grand jury as has heretofore t been the practiced directed that sine be done by tie Coin monwealthrs Attorney Mr Ringo periornud the duty in a masterly way and at length Tuesday court convened at usual hour when Sheriff Keown wasdirtc e Ito I call the names of those summoned as petit jurors only eighteen responded and the court announced his inten tion of leaving the absent jurors ap pear and show cause why they should not be fined for contempt The panel was completed by sum moning bystanders and the following are the gentlemen who make up the jury as constituted W V Duke A O King L S Hoover J H Foreman Heibsrt 4 Park T D Owen W P Leach Levy Williams Felix A Shaver Taylor Murphy Isaac Shown Oscar Midkifl Ansel Carden Wallace Brown W t L Brown J L Cook Aaron Haw kins C C Taylor J D Duke Hen ry Dever Frank Westerfield W B Render Wm Bryant and Clayton StevensMiss Lula Walker who has served the Court so faithfully as official ste nographer tendered her resignation Tuesday morning which was nccept ed and Miss Mary T Smith was ap pointed and qualified in her stead Miss Smith is a daughter of Mr T J Smith and is well qualified for the po sition to which she was appointed t Several cases on Tuesdays docket i on preliminary call were tiled away with leave to reinstate on motion of Commonwealths or County Attorney On the calling of the famous Boat ner case for trial Commonwealths Attorney Ringo announced that he had previous to his election been em ployed to represent the defendant thereupon the court appointed HonI J P Sanderfur Commonwealths At torney pro tem Alter numerous motions and demurrer to the indict ment bad been overruled by the Court the selection ola jury was begun and at he adjourning hour Tuesday nine jurors had been accepted by bothI e 3 plaintiff and defendant and at eleven oclock Wednesday the jury was completed When the hour for the adjournment of court yesterday evening arrived on ly four or five witnesses for the Com monwealth and none for the de fendant had been heard the trial may not he finished this week for want of timeThe civil docket has not yet been set and in all probability the term ex cept perhaps the last week will be consumed in disposing of the critul nal docket OLD MAN SUICIDES After a Long and Varied life Kit Thomas Hangs Himself Tuesday late in the afternoon a t the home of his daughter near Pren tin Kit Thomas was lound dang dt4h end ol a rope tied to on of the rafters of a corn crib in the barn lot tie had gone to the barn to attend to the stock and was gone longe than his usual time His daughter with whom he was living becann e alarmed and went in search of him and found him hanging as before stated The rope used was a com mon grass rope plow line which had been used as such for some time The rafter was low and he evidently andocaused his weight to hang by the rope around his neck as his feet were touching the floor when found The old man had lived a long and varied life being at the time of his death about eightythree years old He was at one time one of the coun tys most prominent farmers and owned one of the best farms in what is known as big bend on Green river He quit active farm life to engage in tobacco buying and it was in this business that he met his reverse and lost all that he had accumulated He married a second time and do mestic troubles caused him to aban dan his wile after which trouble seemed to come double handed until at last the climax was reached when he ended his life by his own hands WebbAlorelanrt On Wednesday March 23 1904 nt 730 p m t Mr Hayden Webb will be united in marriage to Miss Myrtle Moreland at No Creek church Rev Cantrlil officiating Mr Webb Is one of Ohio countys most promising young men He was graduated from Hartford College and accepted a lucrative position in Schnmpaign Illinois Alter his fathers death he returned home to assume the care oi the family and has since been successfully engaged In farming He is a gentleman being held in the highest esteem by all who know him Miss Morelnndis successful young teacher of many accomplishments and deservedly popular Her father Mr David Moreland is one of the most successful farmers in the county Trig REPUIIUCAN wishesto extend congratulations to these excellent young people and wish for them the fullest realization of loves young dream The lollowlng persons are among those whohave paid theirsubscription or become new subscribers to THE REiunucAN since our last Issue Joel Elmore Westerneld LM Smith Wysox E P Barnard Beaver Dam J W Kissinger Tecumseh Tex John H Davis Tally W H Reid Prentls J B Stogner Centertown W J McIntyre Ceralvo Z Wayne Griffin A A Sheffield and Wood Phipps Hartford Wallace Riley Georgetown J W Stevens Utica Martha C Gray Narrows J H Rob erts Fordsville Mrs Alney Tichenor died very suddenly at her home at Centertown Wednesday morning She was just recovering from measles and was thought to be about well She died of paralysis of the heart t MINERS URGED By President to Prepare for Determined Strike Little Hope of Averting Trouble Held by Head of Kentucky Miners Union Louisville Ky March SC W Wells was reelected president and W E Hicks was reelected vice prt si dent of District No 23 of United Mine Workers W J Campbell colored was elect ed as a member of the national bond The seventh annual convention of the local unions of District No 23 United Mine Workers of America is in session in the council chamber at the city hall About seventyfive del egates are in attendance and all are buste ness to be transacted- In his report read to the conven tion of the Southwestern Kentucky Miners union president C W Wells advises a stiff rate of assessment as he thinks that a strike is inevitable in his district He says that when the time comes for the miners to strike and he thinks it is coming the mi ners must be prepared with funds President John Mitchell ol the United Mine Workers of America may attend the Louisville meeting of the miner He has been Invited to attend and has written that he will be here If possible He is in Indianapolis attending a minirs meeting The assessment of the members of the union was raised This is believ ed to be an indication that a strike 1 to be called at an early date The miners adopted a resolution putting the Louisville Packing company on the unfair list- President Wells says it is ptati cally certain that an increase in wages will be denmndedifroui the operators next Tuesday The miners claim they receive sixty cents less per day than the scale paid in Illinois Indiana and Pennsylvania The scale question is now in the hands of a committee and a report may be made soon The miners talk freely of their dis pleasure at the present wage scale Next Tuesday the operators and miners will meet in all the different districts and the results will mean a general strke or a declaration of peace for two year To Have Eye Removed Henderson Ky March 9 Mr Geo W Hust of near McKinley McLean county has arrived at Letch ers hospital this city where it is his purpose to have his left eye removed Several years ago while cutting stove wood a piece flew into his eye and greatly injured the sight at the time The sight was finally lost recently the other eye has becom- troublesome in the extreme so Mr Hust determined on undergoing an operation in the confident hope ol getting quick and permanent relief Child Scalded to Death Owlngsvllle Ky March S Near here yesterday a slxteenmonths old daughter of Thomas Craig a farmer was playing near a stove while its mother was in another room The child overturned a kettle of boiling water scalding almost all the skin from its head and shoulders The infant soon died and the mother is prostrated Married About 47 Times Elizabethtown N J March 7 When Jas H Shipple thirty two years of age a streetcar conductor was arraigned in court today on a charge or bigamy he astonished the Judge by admitting that he bad been married many times about forty seven times he thought Two ol his wives werein court and it was shown he had married at least forty other women one living in San Fran cisccand the others in this State H was held to the action of the grade jury HEALTHY WOMEN Praise Peruna as a Cure for Colds and a Preventive of Catarrh MRS MJ BRINK FIRST STAGE OF CATARRH A Serious Mistake Which Thou sands Are Making The first stage of catarrh is what is commonly known as catching cold It may be in the head nose throat or lungs Its beginning is sometimes so severe as to cause a chill and considerable fever or it may be so slight aato not hinder a person from his usual business In per haps a majority of cases little or no attention is paid to the first stage of ca tarrh and hence it is that nearly one half of the people have chronic catarrh in some form To neglect a cold is to invite chronic catarrh As soon as any one discovers the first symptoms of catching cold he should at once begin the use of Peruna FORDSVILLE ANi Loses His Watch Hat and Beer Checks on a Drunk I The Owensboro Inquirer jaysiBud Oiler ol Fordsvlle came to j Owensboro Monday for the express I purpose of having a high glorious I time and he succeeded admirably morningeon the Lei tch field road Here he was picked up by the officers and escorted to the lockup Judge Stirman was I ill and fined him tram his home HeI received i and crss Oiler lament I ed loudly the tact that be had been relieved of his his watch hat and a i pocketful of beer checks which had won by playing slot heII The hat and watch did not seem worry hint but the loss of the checks I was more than he could stand I IaIColds Cause One of the most reranrkakle cases of colds deep seated on the causing pneumonia is that of lungsI Gertrude E Fencer Marion 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 availuntil I I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderfulremedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to normal health and riflfin rFaeyl Pr r according to direction a on the bottle and the cold is sure to pass away without leaving any bad effects Unless this is done the cold is almost sure to end in the second stage of ca tarrh wLich is making so many lives miserable If Peruna was taken every time one has a cold or cough chronic catarrhwould be practically an un known disease Miss Elizabeth Uber No SI Bassett street Albany N Y writes- I hnvo always dreaded unsettled weather because of rayextreme liability to catch cold when a catarrhal trouble would systemnwny I nm thankful to say that slncR I have taken PEUUNA I do not have any reason to dread this anymore If I havo been at all exposed to the damp wot or cold weather I tko a doso or toot I PEUUNA and It throws out nny hint of sickness from my system Miss Elizabeth Uber MichlganavenueStThis past winter during the wet and cold weather I caught a sudden and severe cold which developed n catarrhal condition through my entire system and so affected my general health that I was completely broken down and became nervous null hysterical and uuflt to supervise my home My physi clan prescribed for inobut somehow his med icine did mo no good Reading of PEUUNA I decided to try It After I had taken but three bottles I found myself in tine health Mrs MJ Brink Sibyl A Hadloy 20 Main street Hunting getting gradually grow worse until my throat wns soro and raw Ordinary remedies did not KYI9 Bennettt and Berry Taylor who are attending school at Hartford were the guests ot their parents Friday and Saturday Mr Charlie Harrel Rockport Ky representing Stork Bros Nurseries was in our midst Saturday Mrs M P Maddox was the guest of her daughter Mrs Ollie Hill sev oral days last week Mrs Hills lit tie daughter Marion is quite sick MM Lee Warden Centertown Fridateny e r sickMr Erskine Fulkerson is on the sick list Miss Maud Balls who has ben quite sick of measles is recovering IHERBERT KY Owensboro here Saturday and Sunday MUs Dora Day of Dean field visited at Mr Geo Millions last week Mrs Nancy Morrison is at Rose- ville visiting hf r daughter Dr J B Huff is very sick of scar feverMiss Milllgan returned fro Ensor IfhIriAY Farmers organized at this plat SaturdayMr Givens went to Clover port Friday Mr John Livingston and Mrs Ann Wilson Philpot visited Mn Wm Ford last week Messrs J T Sanderiur iiBul WIII Wayne Griffin and S T Barnett went to Leltchfield Wednesday ro KnightsI I MISS SARA MCGAHAN help mo and cough remedIes nauseated mOo Reading nil advertisement of what PE RUNG could do I decided to try a bottle and you can Imagine how glad I felt whoa It began to rallevo mo In a very short time In less thin two weeks I was completely curetlSlbylA Hadloy Miss Sara McGabnn No 197 3d street Al bany N Y writes A few months ago I suffered with sevoro attack of Influenza which nothing seemed to relieve My hearing became bml my eyes camo Irritated nnd feverish Nothing seemed right and nothing I fits tasted good I took PERUNAand within two weeks I was per fectly wellSani McQahnn If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be glad to give you his valuable advice gratisAddress Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 I BUFORD KY ofIplace Miss Bell Holbrook has had mea- sleafive more of the family also have measles Miss Dee Roach of Sutherland is visiting her sister Mrs Kirk Mrs Martin of Eastvlew is visit ing her daughter Mrs Dave Wills yard near here Mr Ben Fields of Louisville is visiting his sister Mrs Liuin Magan and family Mr L D Mapan hat moved home Miss Cintha Warden has gone home to be with her brother Dr Mort Warden who has measles Mr Lotus Higgs aud family ate visiting In Heflin this week Mr Eldred Mosley and Mr johnr Holbrook wvnt to Har ford Tues dayMr Bob Patton nnd wife and Mr Clarence Patton and wife weat to Beech Grove Saturday Mr Willie Blair visited Mr James Saturdaymnight and Graveseand Lela Magnn have measles Mr Charlie Martin and Mr B F Graves went to Hartford Tuesday License to Wed The following perwtitj1wed have been granted by countjSCrerk M S Ragland since our lasV issue Walter Park Horse Branch to Mary E Stewart Rosine Willie Felix Hartford to Stella Acton Sulphur Springs Otis Madiox Beaver Dam to Ruth Chauvin Beaver Dam tf yuYpai 1 BOMB UNDER GOVI BECK HAMS CUAIR1 Prison Commissioners Ask ed to Explain Appar ent Excess Of 325000 in Dis bursement Over- Receipts SelfSustaining Prison Was the Beckham Campaign Cry Last Year Frankfort Ky March 5A bomb was exploded under the Executive chair today by the introduction of a resolution by Senator DeHaven ask ing that the Board of Prison Commission explain not later than next Tues day an access of 325000 in disbursement for the management of peniten tiaries over receipts from the prison As the statement that the prisons had been selfsustaining under the Beckham administration was made from every stump where Gov Beck ham spoke in the recent campaign few persons suspected that the Car roll resolution recently introduced to require the Auditor of Public Ac counts to lay before the Senate a de tailed statement of the prison ac counts would unearth this enormous deficitSenator Byron called for the resolu tion The report of the Penitentiary Committee had not made plain the 325000 deficit Although Senator Henry George was instrumental in having the reso lution drawn up he refused to offer it because it might be said that he was actuated by personal feeling Senator DeHaven volunteered to shoulder the responsibility He said afterward to The Herald correspon dentIf everything is straight a detailed report will hurt no one If every thing is not straight the Senate ought to know of it The resolution which was unani mously adopted is as follows Whereas It appears from the reports made and published by the Hon Gus G Coulter Auditor of Public Accounts for the State of Ken tucky that he paid out during his administration of said office the sum of 32502540 in excess of the receipts from the two penitentiaries for the same thing- Therefore be it resolved by the Senate That the Chairman of the Board of Prison Commissioners be required to furnish the Senate with a statement showing what portion of said sum was paid out for the ordinary expenses of the penitentiaries and what portion for Improvements and under what acts of the General Assembly these improvements were h madeHe will also inform the Snate whether or not any prison official is terested in any contracts for fur nishing milk or other supplies to the penitentiary or has any interest in the contract for the slop at the peni tentiary and he will make said report by March S 1904 Senator George made a lengthy speech In which he said in part- I knew nothing of this enormous deficit until Mr Coulters report was made public because I am not a member of the Penitentiary Commit tee I do not hesitate to say that cer tain officials of Frankfort have requested that I be kept off that com mittee although I am the only man In the Senate who Is conversant with prison management and affairs and that their request was granted When I was Warden of the Frank fort penitentiary and later when I was a Prison Commissioner the num ber of employes and the general ex pences were just as great as they are now I am at a loss to know how the deficit was created I think it should by all means be investigated Senator J F Porter is Chairman of the Penitentiary Committee The other members are Senators T W IIickman GIlrlenwaters t CVard E Kenton Brent Spence Nat A Porter and W B Whitt In discussing his resolutlon after the Senate had adjourned Senator De Haven said to the Herald correspond entDuring the lastcampaign the battle cry of the Deiuacrata was that under i a t V r C their management the penitentiaries were self supporting I myself made this statement repeatedly bellevelng it to be true It emanated prlmarely I suppose from the Prison Commissioners and was circulated I suppose by the State Campaign Committee State Auditor S W Hager who was Chairman ofthe Democratic State Campaign Committee last fall was asked If Senator DeHavens suppo sition that his commttee had circulat ed the Incorrect report was correct- I do not recall said Judge Hag er exactly the statement made by the Democratic handbook My memo ory is at fault upon the point But then you see there were appropria tions for improvements I remem one for 40000 another for 18000 and another for 15000 Judge Hager was reminded that these Improvements aggregated only 73000 and that the deficit was 325000 But his memory was still at fault as to the stand taken by the handbookeA Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kinfis New Discov cry for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderfulmedicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep slow ly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchles merit for all Throat and Lung trouble Guaranteed bot tle 50c to S200 Trial bottle free at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store Foolish Obstacles to Marriage Marriage Is an institution against which no law can be made to work successfully All such prohibitive laws often end in failure even for the special purpose aimed at School boards have for instance In various parts of the country prohibited the marriage of teachers some ruling that women teachers who married forfeited their positions Competent and ex perienced teachers were thus com pelled to choose between enforced spinsterhood and abandonment of the profession for which a marked apti tude may have been shown and In which noteworthy success may have been achieved Kansas school boards inserted a clause in their contracts with teachers forbidding the marriage of the latter during the term for which they had engaged It is not often that a teach er desires to marry till the end of her term but If what she deems a favora ble opportunity for marriage presents itself there should be no obstable to her taking advantage of it Mrs Kate Murphy of Brooklyn NY was dropped from the roll of teachers in the metropolis because she had com mitted the crime of matrimony Con scious of having done no wrongfully persuaded in fact that she had done that which was right and com mendableshe appealed to the courts The State Court of Appeals has ren dered final decision that the board has no right to remove a teacher without due cause and trial There is hardly a school boad even in Kansas absurd enough to put a teacher on trial for marrying Not in America at all events la Seldens view of marriage held in regard That old British sage speaking perhaps from personal experience or observation remarked Marriage Is a desperate thing The frogs In Esop were extremely wise they had a great mind to some water but they would not leap Into the well because they could not get out again Selden should have learned of his pious and learned contemporary Jeremy Taylor that marriage is the mother of the world and preserves kingdoms and fills cities and churches and heaven itself Louisville Herald Do You Want Strength I If you want to increase your strength you must add to andnot take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must be digestedassimilated and appropriat ed 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 biuation of digestants that will digest the food and enable the system to appropriate all of its health and strength giving qualities Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Y1 Fra CONFESSION Head of Mormon Church Ad mits Defiance of Law Took H is Chances Rather Than Disgrace His Families Since the Manifesto of 1890 He Has Had Children by Five of His Wives Washington March 4Attorneys for the protestants in the Smoot investigation said they Indended to prove that the defendant is associated with a hierarchy which practices po lygamy and connives at violations of the law and that his very vote as a Senator of the United States is sub ject to the wish and command of the Mormon church President Joseph F Smith confessed that he himself had continued to cohabit with his plural family since the manifesto of 1893 and that he realized fully that be was violating state laws Presi dent Smith also testified that Reed Smoot had to get the consent of his associate apostles in the church before he could become a candidate for SenatorThe confession of President Smith was the sensation of the proceedings yesterday before the senate commit tee on privileges and elections Mr Smith said that manifesto of 1890 had left him and others with plural fami lies in the unfortunate situation of being compelled to defy the law or desert their families For himself he had preferred to take chances with the law rather than to disgrace him self and degrade his family by aban doning his wives and the children they had borne him He admitted that he had had children by all of his five wives since the manifesto and said he had acknowledged them open ly without interference or disturbance from the people of Utah whom he characterized as liberal and broad mindedMr Smith in answer to questions by Chairman Burrows declared he bad performed no polygamous mar riages since 1890 anywhere on earth Mr Dubois asked if any of the apos tIes ha 1 performed such service and Mr Smith said if they had they would have been fined and imprisoned Ifl found guilty and if the charge could be proved the offender would be ex communicated The Name Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of the originaland only gennuine Witch Hazel Sal vetcertain 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 all worth less In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E C Do Witt Co Chicago is on the box and a cure is certain Sold by Z Wayne Grif fin Bro m Sing to The Little Bade If you want your babe to be must cal when he grows up let him hear nothing but musical sounds during the first year and a half his life If on the contrary you desire him to be a mate on a river boat a maker ofharsh sounds allow him to hear nothing but harsh discordant notes until he has reached the age of 18 months These are the views of Prof Slaugh ter expressed before the class in gen etic psychology at the University re centlyHeredityplays no material part in the musical ability of a child he ad ded Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an oldsoldier by name of J1 Havens Versails 0 For four years he was troubledwith Kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicine give him relief At length ho tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testifies IIm on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver wad Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach fiOcIBro druggist m TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY lake lnxutlvo llronio qulnlmi Tnliletx All ilrurulHtM refund till money lilt fulls to mite W UrovoH hlKimturu In on uucb boxv WOMEN PIGEONTOED Member of Dressmakers Associa tion Indicts Every Amer ican Woman Miss Elizabeth A C White of the Dressmakers Protective Association of America recently amplified and expounded her recently announced views on the plgeontoedness of American women The new instep skirt said Miss White is a boon to women but it reveals the fact that women are bad walkers A surprising number of women are pl ontoed Most women are They tread on the side of the loot They run down the heels of their shoes A physical culture expert discussed this question with me recently and admitted every count of the in dictment Women who are other wise pretty and graceful exhibit In walking a remarkable amount of clumsinessWatch a woman going upstairs at a railway station In nine casts out of ten she will plod laboriously up her feet will come down at either side of the stair and her toes will be turned in Just what is responsible for this prevalence of the pigeon toe Miss White did not attempt to say but she offered this remedy Women avoid fatigue by working your feet from your ankles Set each foot truly next the other with the heels touching the instant they are together If you do this the days of the pigeon toe are numbered Dropping the toe talk Miss White opined that women sat wrongly as well as walked awkwardly The plump ones and the thin ones she touched on after this manner Stout women invariably sit sqnarely with feet planted about twelve inches apart Not so with the lean long legged woman She sits herself down and winds her feet around the legs of a chair Some times she crosses her legs and thrusts her feet out in front of her Now the stout woman should poise herself and sit very erect The lean woman should choose the high est possible seat and plant her feet firmly on the ground thus reducing her excessive angularity The small woman is often an of fender She either sits with her small feet dangling In a helpless way or perches herself on the edge of a high seat with the toe of one foot touching the ground with the other foot hooked around the ankle of the first Instead of aggravating the smallness of her stature she should choose the lowest possible chair in the room and sink gracefully Into it New York Mall and Express Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured Villiam Shaffer a breaknmu of Denuison Ohio was confined to his bed for seveial weeks with inflam matory rheumatism I used man remidies he says Finally Isent to McUawy drug store for a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm at which time I was unable to use hand or foot and in cue weeks time was able to go to work as happy as a calm For sale by all druggists The Rock Island announces the lowest rates ever made to Indian Ter ritory Oklahomo and Texas for Feb ruary 16 March I and 15 Oueway Colonist tickets from Memphis to Indian Territory and Oklahoma points only 650 to Texas points 8 oo or less Look over the display ad ap pearing elsewhere in thin paper then write H I McGuire Div Pass Agt Cincinnati 0 for Illustrated litera ture dlscrlptive of this great section and full information regarding these excursions Bucklens Arnica Salve Has world wide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salvo lotion ointment of balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Aatids Skin Erup tions infallible for Piles Cure guar anteed Only 25c at Wayne Griffin Bro Druggist L 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 Theyact gentle and without any uuplensed effect and leave the bowels in a perfectly natural condition Sold by all druggists m A ROLL OF BUTTER Why It Was Exchanged and What Be came of It The little town of Morcer boasts greengrocer with all the wisdom of Solomon reports the Philadel phia Ledger The other day a coun try woman famous the country over for the quality of her butter called on this old Silas lreevcs with the odd request that he take a live pound roll of her making giving her in place of cash an equal amount of butter from his own stock Knowing as he did that her butter was better than any he had ever handled and knowing too that she knew that it was tho old fellow be came somewhat suspicious and ques tioned tho womans motive Well you see she said finally when I conic to do the churnin this week I found a mouse drowned in the cream and somehow our folks feel kind o offish about eatin this here butter And do you expect me to pell that kind of butter to my customers Now look here Silas TreeS said tho old woman my butters bettern any your customers ever gets and as for the mousowell what they dout know wont hurt them The old man took the butter and weighed it went to his cellar and after a little while returned with a rollof a somewhat different shape but very much the sumo general ap pearance anti this being satisfac tory to his customer she took it and went out About a week later the country woman happened in again IlowM you like the butter asked the old philosopher First rule replied tho woman Folks eat it Yep Well maybe you wad right after all about what people dont know not hurtin em You et tho butter with the mouse in it after all I jes changed tho shalom of tho roll a little The Cynlo U Respected One of the seeming wayward nesses of our human nature w the respect for a cynic that lurks in nearly every heart The respect is not for his character certainly not for his disposition but it goes out to him us a man of intellect and ia often disproportionate to his abil ity1o hear that a man is cynical is to accept him as of superior in telligence There is a universal dof crenco to what is universally deomud an unlovely and undesirable atti tude of mind The entrance of the cynic into the drawing room pro duces an air of expectant interest Isis rancorous comments are rc ceived as admirable wit So at least affording to the contemporary nov els of society so even though in a somewhat less obvious and artificial manner according to ones own observation e find more interesting the person who discusses his friends failings than him who dwells upon his friends virtues Wo do not like the cynic bettor but we regard him as the more penetrating rill f the better informed Arthur Stanwood Pier in Atlantic A Rothschild Story The mob besieged Baron Both childs house in Paris during the revolutionary upheaval in 1818 told the baron begged the ringleaders to enter Theydemunded mi equal dis among all the male adults of Franco It wu clear that the safest way for Baron liotlischild was the simplest and the baron working out tho Bum found that it came to much loss than a franc u head Wo will how ever call itl franc he said Ac cept the first installment with my compliments And now gentlemen you will allow mo to resume my business There was no longer any need to be violent and for 2 shil lings a Hothschild bought tho good will of an angry mob Forgor but Not Criminal Do you ceo that man over there asked the detective with an air of mysteryYes said the citizen eagerly I- Eee him What of him That man said the detective slowlythat man is n professional forgerGood gracious IJ exclaimed the citizen in surprise Who would ever have thought it Why dont you arrest him then Cant said the detective weari ly It isnt against tho law to make horseshoes is it What Did She Meant Yes said Johnson reading its a great pit that certain animals are becoming extinct Even some of our domesticated animals are dying off Now theres tho don key for instance I very seldom drop across one now Dont you said Mrs J That is strange Why I see one pearly every day rnJiardM rgtJ Weak HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple indigos tion It Is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indi 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 the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr DKiubluof Nevada Oays I had Itomlch trouble and was In a bad state II 1 had heart trouble with IL I took KoJol Oyaptpala Cur for about four months and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottlaionly 100 Slza holding 214Ames the trttl sire which sells for SOe Prepared by H O OWITT 00 OHIO- AO0ANNOUNCEMENTS h ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Vlii Illlntilx Vntrnl It II to Now Orlentm nuil the weekly Southern 1nrllle S5Iwdlann to lliiVMtm LeneiIt gonad lurlnnntIIrldnvCinornlnir leave 11 lotilx nnd noun nrrlro New Orlenim ntiinliiy 1000u in leave Snhudny 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lilt HII Illimtrnteil book on New llrlimi- NGULFPORT IlroII nllultI MiSS IInoI lit Clwll port JIh K on thi Metbnn Inlf CoH t ImolM rooniKhliiKleoreii nltv Mlth or without Imth Steum heiit eleetric Hwlit hot nuil eohl rilNHlntr water and telrphom In rears room llmicUH via Mrmphln and the Illlnrl VntrMlH IMrt mornliiK triiln en route lit Me nphlnlntotliroKli ileeln renr to iulfpirt Semi for Illttotrattxl foliler ilo rlhliig Ianlfptt and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK ITsISIni- iCiirxerrliv via Slrugddrd fur hook do HirlliliiK thUiiiot InterextliiK of IwHltli mil Z plxiixiin nvortH FulllrtlllllrsbrIlI1U t1M 01 luMl U nf HireniN of the Illlnoii rVttirnl or bjr HtlrptI- h iienrnt of the untferHlfriimi m rtwwilUvi ol theViitr I r w iiutuiw i p t umtavm- A J MrlHIIAU It I i A N w UrlMM 1 A II IlumII I1 CVI tpo Jo A VuTt1 u I A ilmpli IIUa I THIS I S A i Presidential Year ANn VOf MlST KEEP POSTEDt t Th wuc 11111 thir I tn rend the Weekly Courier Journal HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWENTY PAGES Issued Every Wednesday 100tYearRKVKNUK RKKOHM SOCIA I REFOIm MORAL RKKORM COUHIKU JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLK KY typerlul arrangement you run pet Taus lit IVIIIICIS 11111 tin Wookly CourlorJour nal both ono yenrfor only 8lnoT- lilH fa IH for mull HiilixerlhcrH only All Riili t1AfcrlptloiiH wider thin oinlilimtloii offer mum bo Hunt through Tin ltrrriiiirN IIlIkti1 Now is the time to ItHartfordI While attending Court next 1 week drop in and pay us I your extra change on yourdsubscription account t can use it 4r J NEW RELIGION Prophet Lunatic or Some one of Like Character Predicts all v Kinds of Calamity A new prophet has arisen in the West lie is C R Tuttle president ol the Young University Association leader of the Yang and Yin School of Philosophy predictor ot woes a prophet beside who Jeremiah was a careful optimist Mr Tattle predicts that the world is to be changed by earthquakes We are to have wars panics plagues and revolutions ull within the next twentyfive years Then comes a mighty change and men and women will no lon erdle What he says will happen as follows- A mighty uplift in the crest ol society in the crest of the eartha tremendous explosion in biological sociological and meteorological ele ments of substanceat hand During the first quarter of the J twentieth century accident calamity and catastrophe will rapidly follow each other in a fearfully augmenting procession until mankind wtll trem ble in the belief that all the secret place of life are out of joint and the warthofthc elements is sitting in e judgmentThis distinctive rain of evils will be accentuated by wonderful meteor ological phenomena by which the boundaries of climate as we now have them will he somewhat chang ed and alarming and destructive ex tremes of roclproclty counteracting alternations in physical elements will prevailThe configuration of some portion of the continents and some of the is k land will be changed und much new land will appear and existing eleva tions will disappear Alarming sociological strife will be developed and social unrest will be evolved to universal insecurity until the whole orbit of society will be portentous with dlie forbodings IWars will prevail and the political map of portions of the earth will be changed Financial and commercial panics will ensue values will shrink and a mighty rend justment ot wealth hold ings will occur Famine want pesti lence suffering and calamity will fill the earth and the foundations of so I ciety will be shaken In the midst of these dire and de structive alternations of the elements a new prophet will ruise who willI teach the brotherhood of mankind as I the only way to deliverance He will I proclaim the unity variety and harmony of life substance elements as the basis of the golden rule and will teach that sociological peace is the only power that can stay the hand of calamity in any realm ot lile physical or otherwise and he will teach universal knowledge as the only possible foundation for the brotherhood and sisterhood of the race iet To Atoll Tolllnir Secret A N2v York theatrical manager was tulrlslnj a friend to be cautious In an undortaKltiK ho had In view You cant take too many precau tions lJlt asserted An ouneo of pre vention as the copy book used to say Is better thin seven pounds of nllo pathic homeopathic or hydropathic cure One of the most contented men I over knew fas tho most cautious He was deaf and dumb and he never went to bed without putting on boxing gloves Boxing gloves What fort sleep So that ho wouldnt talk In his rotnou IB Yotmn RatilanltoL Observations on Jive rattlesnakes show that the poluop glands become functionally active us soon as the snakes begin to shift for themselves which mud bo very noon after birth Experiments on the young ones six days after birth proved the presence of venom In small quantities Experiments inado throe months iffter birth showed that conalderablr venom Is secreted ns n pigeon Inoculated at this time died In two hours with tlw usual qyuiptouis of chronic poisoning An Odd 8npcr tltlqu On tho eastern shore of Maryland t4 biliousness is curod by boring threo r holes In a carefully Holected tree and walking three times around It saying Go away bilious It is a matter of utmost Importance whether tho ono f who performs the spell walks with tho sun ar against the sun but no ono known which is the approved direction Exchange 11 Women and Bee Culture Honey on the farm is n luxury that can easily be obtained by every fami ly The care of bees by the house wife and daughters is a pleasure It ft requires some reading as to the man The Cause of Many DeathslTheracountry most dangerous because so decei lIitheart disease pneumonia hear failure or apoplexy are the resin disease kidney trouble Is allowed to th- tkldneypolsonoc blood will attack the vital organs or the wasteawayBladder troubles most result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure if quickest by a proper treatment ol the kidneys If you are feeling badly yoe can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and remedyIt to hold urine and scald ing pain In passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to manytimesextraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the for its won casesSwampRoot Ccdollarsizeahave a sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery and a book that tells allaboul It both often of kidney n advance always obtained highest movuU urusent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention paperDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN acement ns well as what kinds of plants produce the pollen and honey substances While clover is the first plant to bloom in the early spring and it products the whitest and purest honey This plant should he on every farm as it not only feeds bats but it is enjoyed by nil kinds of stock We ohm recommend the sowing ol Japanese buckwheat as n feed for bees in making honey It is n crop that should he found on most of the farms in the South Seed should be sown in July and it produces front thirty to forty bushels of grain per acre It blooms fur a long period and after the bees have filled their homes with delicious honey the buckwheat can be ground on a common water mill bolted nnd make firstclass cakes foi the the family Get out of your ruts and do something this year you ntvei did before grow your pancakes and honey at home The women will take care of the bees and make tit cakes if the husband will furnish the bees and sow the buckwheat Curos Sciatic Rheumatism Mrs A E Simpson 501 Crag St Knoxville Tcmr write June 10th 1899 1 have been trying the baths of Hot Springs Ark for eciatic rheumatism but I got more relief from Urfllarda Snow Liniment than uny medicine or anything 1 have ever tried Enclosed find poatoilico order for 5100 Send me n large bottle by Southern Express Sold by J II Williams druggist m Not Up to tho Prediction Well Is married life all that it Is painted tasked tho girl Not quite replied tho bride with what her friend Inter declared sho was almost sure was a sigh Weve been married thrro months now and during that time Jack line spent but four oven lugs tit Ulu club Syracuse Herald Of item Intcrcit Yes I explained the wholo theory or the new discovery to my wife And whot did else say She said George can you remem ber whom the Sourfleld girl married Ive been trying nil day to think of his name Cleveland Plain Dealer So Sweet and Pleasing In Taste Mrs C Peterson 625 Lake St Topeka Kan speaking of Ballards Horehound Sprup 5aslilt has never failed to give entire satisfaction and of all cough remedies it imy 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 cold and it is 60 sweet and so pleasing in taste 25c 50c and 5100 bottle at J H Williams druggist m Flimsy Negliges in Style Negliges have never been so en trancingly pretty They go on get ting lovelier and lovelier until woo mankind will soon be tempted to spend most of the day lounging about the house for the sake of wearing the adorable creations Graceful clinging dainty fluffy frivolous flimsy frothy foamy there is no light and delicate adjec tive that would not apply to them Some are so flue they might almost Ilbe drawn through a huger ring There Is a lovely empire tea gown made of rose pink brocade edged with a soft pull of pale pink chiffon It opens over a petticoat of white lib erty satin trimmed with flounces of Venetian lace This petticoat is made over a rose pink underskirt and borrows a lovely blush tint from its rosy understudy Just below the bust line the gown is held in place by a girdle of white liberty satin Among the newest styles are tea gowns made with law eut waist and short sleeves that are curiously like dinner gowns but which are of course impossible excepting to be worn at home They are in princess or Empire stjle and one most charm ing mod 1 Is a combination of both for over a princess gown of satin is an empire gown of spangled chiffon that falls from a jeweled band around the shoulder Another jweled lund around the hem is the only other trimming and in consequence the long lines are unbroken from shoul der to loot rHappy Healthy Children Any child can take Little Early Risers with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they arc so certain in results that robust constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed They cannot fail to perform their mission and every one who uses Do Witts Little Early Risers prefer them to all other pills They cure biliousness Sold by Z Wayne Griffin tC Bro Retarding Blooming of Peaches Science has revealed the fact that peach trees wbitewashed In winter will retard their blooming from six to ten days The whitewash should be quite thick and it will ward oil the heat from the sun It is a scientific fact that a Chester White hogs hair will radiate the suns heat but it will at the same time cause sort or mange to form in its skin The writer has known this fact for years therefore he has never recommended this breed ol hogs to Southern breeders This same rule will keep the heat out ol the body of the tress where they are covered with a thick coat of whitewash There should be about two ounces of paris green or arsenic mixed with five gallons of white wash This will kill many of the beetles that may be now wintering under the bark Sometimes a late frost about the I2th of April comes upon an orchard and in one night the owner may lose 500 to 800 whereas if he had used these simple checks of early blooming all that might have been saved vdfsTORtaBean theThe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature or 4 Th GreenWhile n number of workmen were sitting In a wine shop In tho Hue do Chnrcnton in Paris ono day one of them n man of forty named Negocler made a wager that he would drink a dozen glasses of absinth while 11 oclock was striking The wager was taken and the twelve glasses placed on the table On the first stroke Nego tier swallowed his first glass and the clock hind just finished striking when he drank tho twelfth and last While I his companions were applauding tho feat Negocler staggered and fell heavi ly to the floor lie was picked up dead Mint Ho Lot Shakespeare was reading tho latest newsHeres a fellow getting 1 a word he exclaimed Too bad returned Johnson Just think of what Id havo got at that rateDetermined to have the last word any way he turned to his dictionary Judgo In the Stilly night What la It the druggist sleepily In quired from his bedroom window This lab drug store aint 1t7 asked the man who had rung tho night bell Yes What do you want Want to look lu your city directory minute nn slice whero I UvePblla delphia Ledger Tie Knew Hoir Mr KidderPeople say that It Is Im possible to find a needle in a haystack but theyre wrong Mrs Kldder How would you go about It Mr Kldder Walk across the stack In my stocking feet Denver Republican Nasal CATARRHIn should bo cleanliness Elys Cream Balm cleanjcs soothes and hcala tho diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away a cold la the head qulcklyCream Balm Is placed Into the nostrils spreads over tho mcmbrano and Is absorbed Relief la Im mediate and a euro follows It is not drying does not produce sneezing Largo Size 60 cents at Drug Mete or by mall Trial Size 10 cents by mall ELV IWOTUEHS BS Warren Street New York DeWitts BK Salve For Plies Burns Sores J FREE TRIP TO WORLDS FAIR Will Be Given Most Popular Young Lady in This County With characteristic enterprise the Twice aWeek IXQUIUKU is offering to give tho most popular young lady In this county a freo trip to tho Worlds fair at St 1ouls next sum mer In tho 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 sleep ing car faro admission to the grounds hotel bill street car fare etc The trip may last as long as two weeks Should tho winner prefer tho INQUIKKII will give her 1000 ex pense money besides transportation to St Louis and return sho to pay her own expenses out of this If she is economical she can save considera ble of the 4000 and keep It Tho young lady receiving tho most votes gets tho trip and votes may be secured in only three ways as fol lows 1st a ballot appears In every copy of tho TwlceaWcek LNQUIIIER 2nd 100 votes are given with every 100 paid on subscription in advance 3rd votes will be sold for 50c a hundred The votes 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 Is entitled to candidacy Help your sister daughter or sweetheart to get ono of tho grand est trips ever offered one that Is en joyable and educational by securing subscriptions and clipping tho ballots Write for sample copy of the TwlceaWeek iNQumnn Owensboro Ky for further particulars Wanted Special Representetive in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise and old established bus iness house at solid financial standing Salary 21 weekly with expen ses paid each Mondy by check direct from headquarters Expenses ad vanced and horse and buggy fur nished when necessary position per manent Address The Columbia 630 Moron Bldg Chicago PI 3161 WANTEDMen or women local representatives for a hlgh class Mag azine Large commissions Cash prizes Write J N Trainer 80 East Washington Square New York NY 7 BOSWWORLDSlFAIR ROUTE NATURAL GATEWAY TO ST LOUIS AND THE Louisana Purchase Exposition f II J IL fWRailroad WAY OF THE FAST FLYERS Parlor Dining and Sleep ing Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats- Complete Illustratedj Fold er of the Worlds Fair fur nished free on application Send lOc Silver for copy of the Vorlds Fair March ForrnteH time of trnlnn Sleeping Cur Itccer rations Etc call on any Ticket Agent or nit ilresB O t McUAKTY tlenl Itixa Agent Cincinnati Ohio or nH UltOWN 1 IA Louisville Ky 60 YEARS r EXPERIENCE 0 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c Bending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion an Invention Is Communion tlonstrlctlyconadentIni HANDBOOK on Patents sent freo Oldest for Becuriiitf patents Patents taken trough Munn A Co receive tptcial notice without charllo In tho Scientific flitmcan A handsomely Illustrated weekly Inrircst clr culatlon of nny sclentlae louruo Terms 13 a yean four months EL tiold cyall noiriclcalcr- nMUNN Co363 New York march Offlco 35 F 8U Washington D Co Isimitating Promotes DigcslicnCheerful ness and RestConlains neither OpuimKorpliinc uorMiueral NOT NARC OTICIno rTyearoPUl cualELPI1CIEn- I 4n mt- Alxfmlln lkgtllnShrdh J jNr1Y1LYE III rirta + IMrfJcelIvth iSntryrfrn flare AperfecillcmetlyforConstipa ilinessTac Simile Signature U orIiNEW YORK EXACT copy OF WRAPPER f CASTORIA I For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature II I of I I n wI Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CITY Lees Machine Works OWENSBORO KY We are agents for the CHANDLERTAYLOR COS selfcontained and Automatic Engines and Boilers Also the Brown Fourvalve Engines Headquarters for all kinds of mill supplies We make a specialty of HAMMERING SAWS We carry in stock Belting Hose Packing of all kinds Shafting Hangers and Pulleys Pipes and Fittings of all kinds Valves of all kinds We can supply your wants on short notice Write us for prices or inquire from Mattingly Tweddell at Hartford Respy Lees Machine Works OWENSBORO KY WORMS WHITES CREAMIt In Quantity For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies ffiSOXjD aSTF cistj 3= H XT Gr GUSTSPrepared byr JAMES F BALLARD St Louis Fors ale by J H Willliams Hartford Ky larlil nb 1 brb lnb Ib 1 IRfASONS WHY You hould take a Course at the I Massey Business College jLOUISVILLE KY 4 1 It U the leading Commercial School in Kentucky 2 Its course of study lire thorough and systematic givenjmonth Immediately upon graduation I 4 We pay students railroad fare to Louisville t5 We refund upon graduation every cent of tuition paid to Dill the + ii pupil is not thoroughly satisfied t- I 9 Write for Elegant Catalogue and Special Discounts + t1a +Nd+ N9u1l + N9 ++t 1uUjflJI+ IfiIfifI + WWFhFhF + iW JI 1+ WiwN fIIlllfI + F+ NMif Groves Tasteless Chill Tonich- as stood the test 25 years Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles Does this record ofmerit appeal to you No Cure No Pay 50c Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver Pins t + + + w ++MMNMM fr+ vMLwwwwMa r r 4 Hartford Republican by the Hartford rnlilUlilnp Company tuued IMOlirOlUVtCII t C 13 N IIrJIclllllrI crCEJ C C3 Cvxca CGrlQni io ouch nor 3 FRIDAY MARCH ii- IANNOUMCCMENT rna IIrru We ern niitliorlwil to iiiinounre IVMlS I MOUTON tiii iNiiillilnif for the otttif of Inflr tlf Ohio rountT xnliji t to the notion nf tilt Itu tnbllrnu party Now that the Pa mi ma Canal treaty has in spite of them been ratified the Democratic press including our neighbor the Hartford Herald at tempts to claim the victory the honor and the credit for such ratification for the Democratic party It may be and is possibly true that without Democratic aid the treaty could not have been ratified hut from whom from what party did the opposition come Did a single Republican vote against the ratification of the treaty Certainly not Fourteen Democrats voted for and fourteen against the treaty and likewise against the con struction of an isthmian canal Gor man the Democratic leader in theSeu ate and the most probable candidate for the Presidency used all his power and influence against the treaty J C S Blackburn Kentuckys Senio- Senator threw his influence and cas his vote in the same manner The Kentucky Democratic Legislature absolutely refused to pass or consider a resolution recommending that Ken tuckys Senators support the treaty Yet in the face of all these undenia ble facts they are heard to say that the Democratic party did it WEDNESDAYS Hartford Herald in an exhaustive political article enti tled A Good Platform among other things said Minority rule Is uppotoil to every princi ple of right anti Justin Now my dear brother you get right sometimes Republicans have always contended that the minority should acquiesce in the rightful au thority of the majority RKPOHTS from the state prison show that during the last fiscal year they have been run at a loss to the state of 88000000 and that for the four years just past there was a deficit of 32500000 Gentle reader do you remember what the Demo cratic campaign orators told you a few short months ago about the peniten tiaries being self sustaining It the purtywho recently received a ppckago through the mailwhich re minded him of a bunch of about tvoi ty dailies which afterwards proved to be bills introduced in the Legislature by the lIon G T Hawk ins had read any one of them he might have relieved a sympathetic I mind of the tender feeling he has for the Legislature I k A NEW YORK doctor has discover II ed a Hijuiil that restores apparently 1dead bodies to health and strength It is of a rich rudyred and willmake the old young aud the young younger He kind perhaps dipped up a few quarts from the fabled fountain of youth A SKKATK Iiuestigating Committee has been engaged in investigating the conduct of the Governor andother state officials Now who will inc j tigate the investigation of the investi j gating committeeINo investigation was needed to in form the public that the state govern ment is being run solely and exclu lively for the benefit of the banditti intrenched in the at Frank nLIn t RuxATon Blackburn should have embroidered his complaint about ma chino poilScs in Kentucky with an occasional apology for his connection with the Goebel ring IT is vcrY kitof Secretary Shaw tl Idslpjiic drawing on the National Blinks on account of the Panama Canal untilafter the Easter hat season is over ELMER DOVKK Secretary to the late Marcus A 11 anna has beep HpI Printed Secretary of the Republican National Committeo to succeed IVrry Heath I i T o WAR bulletin St Petersburgh March 10lt is rumored here that the rumor that was rumored yester day is rumored to be only a rump TIlE great amount of hickory bark which is being shipped to the cities is indicative of the fact that this will be n successful maple sugar year WiUj Governor Beckham yield to the Hl1rgi Callahan Hedwine lash to the extent of signing the new judi cial district bill =FIVE wives and fortylive children is the record of Joseph F Smith President of the Mormon Church in Utah AFTEU time Smoot case is ended may we not go after the rest of the Mormons in the Senate JUDOE Parkers Presidential boom is now of sufficiently small size to be carried in his satche- lt IT is estimated that eight years will 1elapse before the completion of the Panama Canal DiD you note that Gloomy Gus silence in the court room Iris up to the lieu to get busy be fore Easter ROCKPORT KY March gMr L L Tapp Evans vllle was In town Monday visitr SundaytMr Geo Maddox attended court a Hartford Monday Mr Alfred Taylor of Union Ind is visiting here this week Mr Paul Landrum has returnee after a weeks visit In Drakesboro and Central City Miss Myrtle Hines visited In Cen tral City Saturday and Sunday Mr Tow Brown of Paradise was In town Saturday- Mr Dan F Gibbs went to Louisville Monday Miss Mamie Graves of Pond Run visited here Monday Messrs R D Sneddon and C D Nail left Monday for Evansville where they have gone to purchase for C D Nails saloon Miss Fannie Overton of Paradise Is visitiug her brother W C OVHI tonMr Bert Lansford of Herrin III Visited here first of week Mr Elbert Hunley Paradise was in town SaturdllYIMr Cleve Harrel has been sick thisi weekMr Roy Deeter who has been sick for a week Is better Mr Otis Brown who has been at work at Cairo 111 came home eryI sick the first of the wetk John Heck went to Hartford Monday to attend courtIMiss Ruth Chauvin of BeaverI Dam visited Mrs Henry wetkBC C Cbinu McHenry was inc town IondaycMhs Iib Maddox has been veryJ sick for the past week Willie Robertson and I C Clark Pond Run were in town Wednesday Mr Remus Reid is very sick at this writingMiss Myrtle Render Providence was In town Tuesday shopping Misses Annie Hooper and Jennie Gray of Echols were In town Monday shopping A L Fulkerson went to Hartford MondayS Z Warden EchoJs was In town WednesdayJames and Roy Hill ofII Ayers I D One dose of Ayers Cherry Pectoral at bedtime prevents night coughs of children No No CherryIor Pectoraldoc- tors medicine for allIIaffections of the throat chial tubes and lungs Sold er for over 60 years ifrilmllv111drwtt roAllNight Coughs DKcuAyoro Pills at bedtime Just ono Central City were here Sunday Mr Everet Smith Cernlv wes in town the first of the work Mr Roy Thornsberry of Owenab ro was here Tuesday IF A Letter From a Farmer As a citizen and lacier of Ohio county I want to speak a cord in fav or of a stock law ii Ohio countyI want to take mv pi ice on the side fur such a law Because I believe it will benefit all classes from the highest to the lowest farmer and more tea ti hired man with one cow and pig an the man who has not any stock Andagain I notice that the most prosperous and oust enlightened counties and states of our grand Re j public are all in favor and have a stock law Again I find that neatly every farmer that has push and entrti about him is strongly in lavor ot a stock law and when I find one that opposes said law he iseither standing in his own light or Is not informed The little fellow that raises tl howl about the poor man having no place for his stock to graze should give the poor man a better chance o his farm I notice the poor man so called who lives in the counties and states where they have a stock law are more prosperous than the so called poor man of the counties and states where a stock law does not exist It the poor man so exiled can keep fifty acres under fence to kee his neighbors stock out surely t tan fence ten acres to keep his own stock in And last but not least the beauty of the whole is this I cat Q fence my stock in better than I can the neighbors stock out By al means let us come to the front and have a stock law Let us hear from you brother A FARMER Proper Treatment for Pueu monla dangerousdisease A tor himself although he may have the proper remedies at hand A physician should always be called It should be bourn in mind however 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 pneumo nia may be warded off There is no question whatever about this as during the thirty years and more thatI Chamberlains Cough Remedy has been used we have yet to learn of a single case of a cold or attack of grip having resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was used It is also used by physicians in the trcatIment of pneumonia with the best re suIts Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala whs is also a druggists says of I have been selling Chamber prescribing years I use it in cases of pneumo nia and have always gotten the best results Sold by all druggists n Iof Biggest Cannon on Earth Reading Pa March iOn May I Reading Iron Works will complete the largest cannon on earth It will hurla prrjctile thirty miles will be so strongly made that no that can be placed in it will it to explode It will bs part the harbor defense of New York What is Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular living means derangement of the oranges resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pillls quickly readjusts this Its isgentle yet thorough anI25c at Wayne Griffin Bro m Notice the District Court of the United State tor the Western District of Kentucky lu Bankruptcy In the matter of James D Taul a BankruptOn 7th day of March A Do1904 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 27th day of February A 1904 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the Fame DI1904 before said court at Federal Court Hall at Louisville Ky in said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published onetime in the Hartford REPUBLICAN a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors andoth persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause any they have why the prayer of to said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Hans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Owensboro Ky in said district on the 7th day of March A 1904 TIIOS SrnED Clerk By DuDuiv LINDLEV D C I Spring Humors Como to most pcoplo and causo many 0houblesplmples bolls and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired feeling fits of biliousness indigestion and headache mho sooner one gets rid of them tho Ibetter and the way to get rid of then and to build up tho system that hits suffered from them is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla dand Pills Forming in combination time Spring Medicine par excellence of unequalled strength in purifying tho blood as shown by unequalled radical and per inanciit cures of Scrofula Salt Rheumy Scald Hood Bolls Pimples All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism atarrh Dyspepsia Etc Accept no substitute but bo sure to toget Hoods and get it today CENTERTOWN KY- n March SMr T H Benton Louisville Is visiting his family here this week Theodore Hill Matanzas was in town Saturday on business Rev L P Drake went to McLean county last Saturday to fill his ap pointment heer Mrs J T Rone and daughter are In the country visiting Mrs Rowe a mother Mrs Benton Mr Halve lull and family visited 1the family of Chas Hill in the coon SundayMrs Landrum and daughter Bettie South Carrollton are visitin relatives and friends here E R Maddox and H H Davis were in the Equality neighborhood last week on business Mr R V Hecker Fariest visited his lather V S Hocker here last weekProf J H Wood Ceralvo was in town Saturday on business Childrens Coughs and Colds Mrs Joe McGrath 3i E 1st Stl Hutchinsou Kan writes I have given Bollards Horehound Syrup to my children for cougns mind cold for time past four years and find it thee best medicine 1 ever used Unlike many cough syrups it contains no opium but will soothe and heal army disease of the throat or lungs quicker that sayother remedy5ri0c and 8100 at J H William drug gists m Woman Carves a Man Morganfield Ky March 7Mrs Heilman who asides in the suburb this city stabbed Willam Irving just tt jr the heart from the i fleets of which he died Ail persons con nested with the tragedy are reticent save Mrs Heilm n who simply admits that she s abbert Irving living In company with Chas Burup and Chas Rigsby went to the home of Mrs Heilman shortly after which Irving got into a difficulty with the woman and WPS stabbed Ripsby and Borup were immediately placed under arrest but no warrant has yet been sworn out against Mrs HeilmanM JTheof cavalry forming part of the British household troops The are gallant soilders and every loyal British heart proud of them Not only the Kings household but ours ours every bodys should have it life guards The need of them is especially great when the greatest foes of life diseas es find allies In the very elements as colds influenza catarrh the grip and pneumonia do in the stormy month f Match The best way that we know of to guard against these diseases is to strengthen the system with Hoods Sarsaparilla the greatest of all life guards It removes the con as ditiocs in which these diseases make their most successful attack gives the vigor and tone to all the vital organs and functions and imparts a genltl warmth of the blood Remember the on weaker the system the greater the exposure to diseas Hoods Sarsaparilla ten makes the system strong tffi Early Risers Tho famous littlo pills The State Senate by a vote of 13 9 Tuesday passed the bill appropriating 20000 for a statue of the late Gov Goebel to be placed in the new State Hou- seCABTOBXA T Bean theTho Kind You Have Always Bought Signature 1I T of noc + r QM 4 4 ba 4 Don t Blame Us t 44 c C 9 = I Our great REDUCTION SALIO will positively i ti It 4cenI on March IS so dont blame us if you got shut H q nut Wo sound this note of warning lit order that jIJ 49 1 every Dry Goods and I olllltgIIPI in this vicinity JJ may yet secure some of our Great Bargains before ti 44 41 it is everlastingly too late for we cannot keep this ij r 4 sale going forever It would ruin us to do so These J 4ue days of i I Downright Loss to Us It 49 fcj jj i As well as golden opportunities for you Even our 44 Reductions have been Reduced Havent i JQ been in during this sale Well you are certainly g 41 missing a big think something very profitable to bit J1 you We will only say if you dont get in before cItL 4 March 18th you will be shut out from this great 43 sale Our stool is so large and items so numerous j 49 that wo cannot attempt to quote prices only on a t 44 few BARGAINS which are bit 49 i Certainly World Beaters i44 9 44for instance Remnant Calico 2k per yard Rein t41 Haut Outing Cloth oc Kemnant Saline 2c Remnant i 4 Woolen Dress Goods ue and lOc Remnant 1ercal t41e Tho best Culico at all other houses sells at iebit 9gsell at ie we sell at 5c We have lots of odds and 44 ends in Clothing I Hats and Shoes but our space is i J too small to quote prices j II Now Dont be Misled I4 4 But come direct to 1110tl CO where you will j J have pick of the largest stock of General t1E 41 dise carried by any house in a town of t IIt47 1 JD Hartford You cant blame us if you fail to get your ST 41 share of time GREAT lieiAINlye arc oiliring i 4 43 for olllya few days yet Remember the place ij 4 Come army day You will get time best of attention i 4 4 The nuance at the hair reads jIt 41 94 1 Carson Sl Co if 0 4tltit crlci tltL c11 41 it wyyNrcNrrcaY rYaYV atrrria YrY 4 FREE TRIP TO WORLDS FAIR How the Condidates Stand in the Inquirers Contest OHIO COUNTY Miss Irene Whittinghill 1800 Miss Mabel Miller 1680 Miss Alma Ford 1671 Miss Myrtle Day 1579 Miss Pauline Dawson 1513 Miss Lucy James 1500 Miss Ethel Hunter 1415 Miss Annie Bennett 1409 Miss Lillie Monroe 1401 Ellen Gorman 1320 iss Hettic Reynolds 1301 Clara Ellis 1301 Margarita Marks 1300 iss Llllle Cantrill 1300 Miss Ethel Thorpe 1260 Miss Oma Maddox 1235 Miss Mary Lindsey 1211 Miss Melissa Roby 1210 Miss Leila Marshall 1210 Miss Minnie White 1200 Miss Sallie Coppage 1130Mi-ss Hcttle Sanders 900 Miss Annie York 800 Miss Artie Wedding 700 Miss Bird Barnett 500 Miss Nola Brown 401 Miss Iva Collins 300 Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contalas Mer cu ry mercury will surely destroys the sense of smell and completely derange whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except prescriptions from reputable phy mciaus the damage they willl do is fold to tho good you can posibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 containes no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood andmucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure he sure to get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by FIJ Che ney Co Testimonials freeI perhotfloHalls Family Pills are the best rs + e IReal Estate is Advaocinj Get a Bargain WH ILvM YOU JAN 0Ileme M 126 acres near Rockport for 1200 70 near Palo for 650 fro111I900i onIRough river 6 miles from Hartford for 22co Good Improvements HartfordISOne new house and onehalf acre lot In Hartford at a bargain- A house and two acres of ground adjoining Hartford Fine orchard outbuildings and in fine condition d A bargain iI have calls every day for farms I I can sell your land for you I have some lands not in this list all going meIS A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAUTKOUl KY Cheap Rates to California JCommencing March i onewayJosecond class colonist tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to San Francisco I Cal Elpaso Tex and many other far Western points for 35 15 30thjrYOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK ING VVIion you tnk i Oroven TiiHtolcHH Chill Tonic ho huttloiitnptilcfN form No euro No Iny Mic Mcdol Dyspepsia CureDigests what you oat I i l j a u A u VlU v 1 For Easter Shoppers We are showing our entire line of Laces Embroideries Medallion Trimmings Waist Goods Belts Hosiery Kid Gloves Woolen Dress Goods ReadyMade Skirts Etc A line too seerEmbroideriesOno thousand yards of Embroideries run ning from 1 to 2i inches pretty patterns at last years price 5c per yard Two thousand yards running in widths from to S inches worth today from loc to 35c per yardour price on entire lot lOc and 20e Beautiful Val Laces and Allovers from 2e to 125 per yard l 4Spring PercalsThese goOls are sure to havo the ascenden cy for early Spring Waists Wo have a beau tiful line to select from at the old prices lOc and 12Jc per yard Spring GingHams These are staples at all times for liens Shirts Ladies Waists and Childrens Garment They come in checks and stripes all the new shades for Spring Old price lOc RememberWe are closing out at cost anyof our Winter Overcoats wits Underwear hens and Boys Boots Ladies and Childrens Heavy Shoes If you need any of these Goods come and see them Ihcylue cheap Remember the PlaceThe BargainGivers will in 15 and Over coats at 390 Black at 245 F 45 Pairs at 125 in 12 for Men and F 3 pair for 25c 1 9 red C for 25e 15 rolls Sox 5c JI Hartford Republican MARCH n h New Seed at Carson Bros Embroidery barsjnlns at Fair Cos Lunches at City roc up Seed Potato Onions at Carson Bros New line Fancy Stick Pins at Fait Cos Ed Davidson Shrtve was in town Monday Fresh Oysters and Fish at City Joel Klmore was a caller at this of lice Tuesday C R Stevens called at this office J N Cole Dundee called to see us while In town Monday 14S Hoover was a caller J W Stevens Utica called to see us while in town Monday Gents furnishing goods a specialty at KCONOMV STORE Our new suits are ready for your inspection ECONOMY STORE We have lots of Tobacco Cotton CARSON Co Nicest line of Candies and Fruits in City D W Kimmel Ceralvo called to see us while in town H H Davis called to see us while in town Monday Buy your Kid Gloves for at Fair Cos The new shades are In Dont fail to visit the Economy Store for L M Smith Wysox made us a pleasant call while in town Monday City is the most upto date place In Call and seeN J Mclntire Ceralvo tirade us a call while in town Saturday W H Reid Prentis made us a- very call while in town Mon day Rev H D Burch Shreve was in attendence at court the first of the week I Oyster Stew Oyster Soup and I Soup at City So I good IFried Fish Corn Bread and Hot I Coffee at City during I Court especial NoticeJj F 1To Those wM wish lij luke OUFI m OHr Winier 6Ieur8weenin Sole I advantageI mm Jon n unU LusIin Until March 3 I Iof C2 being well fitted and stylishly dressed We also to clear our house of all m WINTER HOODS so that we will have sufficient room for our NEW SPRING GOODS which havo no comparison hero in Hartford To fulfill this re IIJT quirement wo must undoubtedly soil goods at LOW PRICES and in LARGE l QUANTITIES Here we quote you a few SPECIALS 4 ISpecials Clothing Black Blue Beaver 3 19 Clay Worsted Suits Trousers Striped 3 Specials Cents Ftlrnisliiiigs a Dozen Suspenders 3 Dozen Handkerchiefs white blue and Dozen Mist colored FRIDAY Potatoes Restaurant Restaurant Ceiitertovvn Tuesday Frledaland pleasant Tuesday Hartfordat Restaurant Tuesday Centertown Easter Clothing Restaurant Hartford pleasant pleasant Vegetable Restaurant Restaurant p intend 4 Boys Specials in Shoes 460 Pairs of Ladies Shoesgoo- dbrandat 65c 439 Pairs of Shoes for Boys and Girls at 70c 21 Pairs of Shoes for Men heavy 1 Specials in hadies Goods = 14 Ladies Jackets a wonder 500 i27 Ladies Capes a beauty at 100tC75 Ladies Combination Suits atl15ca JU Wo have an immense amount of SPECIALS to offer you but on account of flp limited space wo cannot quote you prices or name them all but will kindly ask 4P gj you to como and see for yourself Yours for trade JJ SAM BACH Hartford I Advertise your breeding stock TIIK UKITISUCAX will make your bills at a very- reasonable price olYen New Dress Goods at Fair Cos h See Fair Cos new Spring White Good New Brad Belts and Turnovers at Fair CsN- ovelties in Side and Back Combs at Fair Cus J H Roberts Fordsvllle made us a very pleasant call yesterday L H Hammons Horton called at this office while in town Mon day J W Thomas Rosin made us a very pleasant call while in town yes terday E P Barnard Beaver Dam made us a very pleasant call while in town Monday D R Heltsley Ceralvo made us a very pleasant call while in town Tuesday Dr J R Pirtle has been confined to his room with a very severe case of tonsilitis John H Davis Tally made us a very pleasant call while in town Monday H L Taylor Rochester made us quite a pleasant call while in town Monday J W Sanderfur No Creek made us a very pleasant call while in town Wednesday Mrs C E Smith has been visiting her parents near Matanzas since Sat urday last R L Lilesandson Claude Rosine made as a very pleasant call while in town Monday City Restaurant will be the place to get your meals and lunches during Circuit Court- OSTRoPATFIYDr 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 Mr Mary Wilson widow of the late Frank Wilson is seriously ill at her home at McHenry James 1 Morton has been in town several days this week in the interest of his candidacy lor Jailer E P Barnard recently added anoth er small tract of land to his already valuable farm near Beaver Dam We have just received a car load of flour See us for pricesCARSON Co T H Benton flagman on the Tex as road from Louisville to Evansville called to see us while in town Mon day We have a big lot of new Ginghams You should see them They are still selling at the old time low prices ECONOMY STORE Mrs Bell Robertson died ather home near Echols last Monday morning She is a sister of Mrs W H Mauzy of Hartford Call to see our new Suits They are swell at 10 and 1200 They cant be beat elsewhere at these low pjlces ECONOMY STORE James Hudson who was injured about three weeks ago by a wagon lea t of coal running over him is able to be out but is far from being completely recovered Mr T D Owen Livermore was a plea antcaller at this office Monday He has been a subscriber to THE RE in PUBLICAN since its first publication Our new spring Shoes and Slippers are arriving now and will be ready for you in a few days Call and see them We invite inspection and com parison ECONOMY STORE S J Tichenor McHenry will In the near future tell the people through the columns of TILE RHPUHUCAN about tb+++ +++++4Hf+++++++++ rr + ++++++++++++d ++ +++1 f E P BARNES BRO ++ ++ + M Miaffv 5 Our Advance Spring Purchases are Ij 4thel cities that will not fail to win your admiration buying i Imentd moneys worth I I I Dainty New Corsets t Its Corset time We have been e iCorsetsdate line is not to be had Our new ispring styles are now in Buy one r or ofour new spring models before haying your new gown fitted t and you E will save many vexations Prices Mare hOc 75c 100 and 125 t ReadyMade Sk artsEThe approaching us twell prepared to meet the greatest demands from the points of ele1 gance beauty fit and I workmanship This + seasons collection oft A ReadyMade Skirts sur passes all former show- ingsi Made of the t most desirable weaves seatf the latest approved yout250 3 4 5 6 1 750 800 and 10 t Misses Skirts 2 to 5 These are all bargains H IFarmers Special Department i Our Harness and Saddlery Department contains ev erything you need in Collars Pads Hames Traces t fIt Chilled Plowthe best on earth Bring us your Pro II1 duce and remember we keep everything you need t f Beaver Dam Ky I i + K ++ +++++ Hartford CollegeHARTFORD KY studyPreparatorysic Elocution and Art 800TwentyBoard per week 200 225 CircularsfreeO M SHULTZ President E W PATTERSON V Pres his many bargains he has for them in his mammoth store Young man dont fail to visit us when you want to dress up We can dress you better and for less money than any place you have ever tried ECONOMY STORE Mr James Lester Polk who attended Hartford College here for sometime about two years ago will be married to Miss Blanche Myler next Monday at her home near Eureka Indiana While the weather is bad you could get out enough corn pith to buy everything you need to live on and save paying out the cash We will buy any quantity from one to 100000 pounds CARSON Co A petition has been filed in county court asking that an election be held the town of Centertown for the purpose of ascertaining whether or not liquor shall bs sold in the town Tne election will be held about the first of May Miss Josie Vaught Burnt Prairie Ill vslted her uncle Mr J S Vaught and her aunt Airs Rebecca Vaught the latter part of last week Miss Vauffht Is a sister of John Vaught who was formerly on the typographical force of the Hartford Herald F W Pirtle the legal agent of Stark Brothers Nursery exhibited to us recently three of the best preserved apples we have ever seen at this time ChampionBlack merce Although it has been months since the apples were gathered from the trees they look as fresh as If they were picked only yesterday Mr Pirtle will be glad to show them to you Call on or address him at Hartford Louisville Stock Market Quotations from yesterdays sales Cattlebest quality 4 40 to 4 85 Hogsbest quality 5 75 Choice light shippers 535 Sheep and lambsExtra shpping sheep 3 75 to 4 25 Extra ship ping lambs 5 50 to 6 oo Eight companies of soldiers were ordered by the Governor of Ohio Wed nesday to go to Springfield to pre vent a race riot which was threatened as a result of the lynching of the ne gro Dixon Armed whites and blacks paraded the streets off Springfield and the Mayor fears there will be a clash with serious results f K 1 N Z SOME PROBLEMS OF THE SOUTH One of the greatest problems before the Southern farmer today is how to effectively reclaim his wornout agri cultural lands Years of constant till age in corn cotton and wheat have exhausted the supply of available veg j etable matter Constituted lor the most part of heavy red clay they have t j bicome exceedingly close and tena cious in texture and almost imper vious to water and the roots of plants In order to raise profitable crops the I soil must be friable open porons deep and well supplied with vegetable matter in a cheap and effective form should lie an unusually interesting topic to the Southern farmer Southern farm lands maybe re claimed in one of three ways through a combination of all is made neces sary by the peculiar circumstances of the present time The methods briefly stated are first through and con tinuous culture of the soil second the use of bardyard menure third plowing under the green crop such as cowpea The American farmer has never given any very serious at tention Kto the culture of his land The idea seems to have prevailed that deep plowing and subsotling of our heavy clay soils and sufficient culture thereafter to obtain a gardenlike tilth was simply a waste of labor Our farmers have not generally rec ognized the fact that the roots of plants must have the widest range in the soil and thus come in contact with a larger number ofsoil particles from which they can extract mois ture and ample supplies of plant food The soil must be deeply broken therefore in order that the roots may penetrate into the remote subsoil and convey plant food towards the surfnce On an average the soil is fairly well supplied with plant food though it is often not in an availabe form Constant culture presents new surface for the dissolving out of a plant food and thus increases the available sup ply of the soil The old idea that the soil was about six inches deep is en tirely at variance with moden prac tice and modern knowledge- In order to get the best out of the soil deep and relentless tillage must be practiced Inteligent tillage is never lost but it will never supply the soil with vegetable matter an essential quality of a fertile soil This can be most cheaply of the crops grown on the farm to iive stock and returning the waste to the fields in the form ot barnyard manure At the present time the South is Inadequately supplied with farm stock There is a dearth of it everywhere and the great and cjying need of the country is the prompt development of annual industries on a scalelcommen surate with the needs and the capa bilities of our Southern soils No greater variety of foragecrops and no better supplies of food for the cheap manufacture of beef and dairy pro ducts can be found anywhere in the world But strange to say animal husbandry is still an infant industay and not appreciated because not famil far enough to our farmers The min ute our farmers become manufactures of their raw products and return the waste to the soil the agricultural lands will rapidly build up and iu n few years can be brought back to the virgin condition of fertility which made them so justly famous a hundred years ago If the live stock is not available and humus is especially to soil fer tality other means must be sought by the average farmer for reclaiming hid soil Humus can be most cheap ly supplied under present conditions by the use of green manures such as the cowpea The cowpea is preferable because it assiuiilaes a large sup ply of atmosphere nitrogen and be ing the most expensive element to buy and the one most readily ex hausted from the soil it is a matter of economy to use a legume The COWpta is especially useful because of the great number of wave in which it may be utilized A good average crop of coivpeuB incorporated with the soil will add from 75 to 1 25 pounds of nitrogen depending on the nature and variety of the crop the season etc It will suppply a sufficient amount of vegetable matter to change the whole mechanical texture of the soil and its relation towards moisture the growth of plants roots etc We have demonstrated that a crop of cowpea plowed under will increase ill Draggingaias2325 PtTTninn ILL Oct 2 1002 I suffered with falling and congestion of the womb withsevere pains through tho groins I suf terribly at the timo of men struation had blinding headaches andrushing of blood to the brain What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wins of Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleaSAnt- to tako and soon know that I the right medicine New blood BOOmed to course through m veins and after using eleven bOttles I was a well woman Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wino of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may tecuro health by taking Wine of Cardui in her homo The first bottle convinces the patient she is on tho road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory- Department The ChAttanooga Medicine Chattanooga Te- nnWlNECORDUi the yield of wheat as much as ten bushels per acre whereas the best hom mixed commercial fertilizer has not given us more than eight bushels of increase The cowpeas plowed un der will favorably effect the soil for several years to come and it will produce as great an increase with other crops as with wheat Seeing that it is neccessary for us to have vegetable matter aud nitrogen in the soil and that the average farnier has no other means attaining the desireg change in his soil texture it becomes necessary for him to resort to green manuring while he may feel that he is fertilizing in a extravagant manner as the cowpea plowed under may be worth jS to 12 per acre the ultimate re turns will amply justify any present sacrifice of animal food Personally the writer believes in feeding cowpeas or pasturing them off on the land either with beet or dairy cattle or with hogs He desires to especially emphasize this matter but the poor farmer on the poor land vho has no stock must do something What better can he do than to give to his soil that life aid vitality by means of a crop of cowpeas plowed under which moans so much in future dollars and cents to him It is not absurd to presist in cultivating un profitable lands that can be wade pref itable Is it not better to make the present appearent sacrifice rather than to pursue the old system of drudgery and trop failure Give the soil the all important and vitalizing irfluence of humus and nitrogen it will pay The amount of hutuai labor and ef fort wasted in the culture of poor poverty btricken worn out lands is both amazing and pitiful There is a remedy within the reach of all Remem ber that you trust trial nature ration ally Restore to her virgin rights and she will reward you with abund ant crops A Physician Writes H 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 cases of dyspepsia brought on by excesses or overwork I have never known it to fail in restoring the organs affected to their healthful activity 50c bot tle at J H Williams Druggist m FOR SALE We have for sale at a bar gin a Scholarship in the Bowl ing Green Business College or Normal school department a Scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville For further information cAll on or address TIlE RmrwjcAx 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 la never disappoints For stile by all druggists m t BRIDAL PHOTOGRAPHS Not Nearly So Many Taken Xo ya ilnyn nil There Uned to He- Brides are probably just as beautiful now as ever they were but they are not nearly so anxious to record their postnuptial loveliness by means of pho tographs Most photographers say they are glad of It I never did enjoy taking tine pictures of brides sold n photographer Like all the rest of the world I love the dear creatures but when It comes down to 51 a dozen commercialism they do not satisfy my artistic instincts Few brides take a good picture Somehow their togs are not becoming A bride Is supposed to look superlatively lovely on her wedding day but If anybody dared to tell the truth on the subject that su perstition soon would be exploded and the sweet things would realize that In stead of looking their best on that oc casion most of them are apt to look their worst It Is the stone way when they come to be photographed In their wedding tlnery They are either too pale or too red nail they have a nero ous anxious expression that robs the face of all good lines for photographic purposes The tithe was when no bride consid ered herself really married until she had arrayed herself in spotless white and had her picture taken Generally he came with her and he looked Just about as foolish as she did Goodness the trouble I have hind posing brides and bridegrooms before the camera Instead of telling them to look pleas ant I always felt Hko saying Dont look idiotic if you can possibly help it and then I would have to think up some device to keep her from serotiglng down too close against his shoulder and to keep him from responding with an equally inappropriate embrace lint with nil my precautions I never fully succeeded In preventing their acting like lunatics The other day when look ing over n lot of old negatives I came acros3 several hundred of thoso senti mental combinations and I thanked my lucky stars that nowadays few newly mated couples have the camera craze Chicago HccordIIerald POULTRY POINTERS Stale bread soaked in milk and squeezed dry is a good feed for young ducksOnly medium sized eggs should be set Extra large or small ones are apt to produce deformed chicks Turkeys are not so sure to come home as other fowls hence it is a good plan to mark them In somo way Feed the young chicks often if you would have them growing rapidly but do not feed more at a time than they will eat up clean In n few minutes Destroy the old nests as soon as the hens come off with tho chicks The safest and best plan is to burn all of the old material Healthy fowls pick up their food quickly and relish it When they go at it lazily pick up n grain or two and then stop something is wrong Never shut the fowls up in such close quarters that they cannot take enough exercise to promote digestion liens treated In this way will soon become too fat to lay The Stems of the Prickly Pear In most plants to put it simply the leaves are the mouths and stomachs of time organism their thin and flattened blades are spread out horizontally in u wide expanse covered with tiny throats tad lips which suck in carbonic acid from the surrounding air and dis integrate it in their own cells under the influence of sunlight In the prick ly pears on the contrary It Is the flat tened stem and branches which under take this essential operation in the IIfo of time plant the sucking in of carbon and giving out of oxygen which are to the vegetable exactly what the eating and digesting of food are to the animal organism In their old age however the stems of the prickly pear display their true character by becoming woody in texture and losing their ar ticulated Icaliiko appearance Feeding the Yoiw Pigs Skim milk fed in connection with she led corn makes a complete or well balancedration for the growing pigs and one that cannot be excelled However but lew farmers can spare but a limited quantity of milk for the pigs and it therefore cannot be de pended on as the pigs regular diet Possibly that which approaches It nearest in nutritive value as well as In digestibility and which is available to the greatest number of farmers is a warm slop of shorts or wheat mid dlings to which is addedabout one half pint of linseed oil meal to the gallon of middlings Bran is too cc arse and bulky for the young pljs stomachs but bran that has not the middlings separated from it does laltly well made into a stff slop for them In sections where slit lied oats are available at a snndtrae price they should b fed to the pigs on a tight floor and are quite valuable for bone and muscle growth CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought t Boars the- Siguaturo of QUAIL SCARCE Many Slaughtered and Freezes Did the Rest From present prospects quail will be even carcf r next season than they were during the season recently ended The unusual winter is the principal cause of the unexpected scarcity al though the fluighter of quail out of season hfs played its pArt Central Kentucky has according to reports been devastated but one covey of fourteen quail being seen in that section of the state In West Kentucky and notable in the coun ties below Palurah the birds were still airly numerous during the past fall but not nearly so plentiful as in preceding ytars There has been shipped from Ken lucky during the winter 50000 quail most of the hires having been trap pedThe Aholesale slaughter is in itself enough to almost extinguish any kind of game but added to it is the protracted cold weather There has been much snow and us the snow fell it frrze leaving the ground covered with ice that the quail could not penetrate While There is Life There in Hope- I was afflicted with catarrh could neither taste nor smell and could hoar but little Klys Cream Balm cured H Marcus G Shautz Rah way N J Cream Balm reached me safely and the effect is sufficient My son says the first application gave decide relief Respectfully Mrs Franklin Freeman Dover N H The Balm doss not irritate or cause suet zing Sold by drughis s at 50 sty or mailed by IJly Brothers 56 Warren St Ner York 4OASTOtlXABears theie Kind You Have Always Bought 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will be nt the vvholi expense if you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For particu llanagcrHartford R RHEUMATISMand other ills produced by diseased Kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its ellect iJmarvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will be cheer fully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky uoYoulake Quinine Llfcsmalaria 10 to 1 you do if you aro a victim Dont Do It Its Dangerous Well admit it will euro malaria but it loaves almost deadly after effects BERDINEabsolutolygnarantecdto and all stomach kidney and liver complaints 4 TRY IT TODAY 50 Cents OL Bottlo Al Drvgjdinta NoilNo 121 No 131 3 hll4 Court lliirtf Kv and xor fo ForSale by J H Williams Hartford Ky r To a Cold in One In Cures Two Crip DaYS 1 Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven boxes Signature ATTORNEYS Attorney OtlUvovrr WOODW- 1ARD Cure Day on eVe box25c i 4 lt 111 IJIR INIGHi MIHMHMHI n in i mi1 In tho early days of my uiiivor- t isity Bojouni it would bo absurd to II icall it a career Iwus considered promising The provost himself when I went to breakfast with him on tho last dry of tho summer term was good enough to tell mo so exIVansittart I wish sir rejoined that the college may not bo wrong With a littlo moro application ho pursued a first class is in tho opinion of tho college well within your reach I believe I blushed Tho young ft lady sitting opposite to me flung up her eyelashes for a demure amused glance The provost smiled kindly 4 1c you aro n promising young ifcin Mr Vansittart paid he God bless my soul Its 10 oclock and the vice chancellor is waiting fort Jmen 1 Oh papal said tho young lady opposite to me the provost held out his hand 1 clasped it I believe that ho sup posed me to bo going at tho same time Ho went remained It is I observedwith n pro Itfounel sigh tho last day of tern Yes said the young lady Jf said I you wero to come and unlocl tho gate at the bottom of your garden I could reach my rooms that way Would it be tho shortest she asked fit will lw much too short anyhow paid lA few minutts later I Fat down on a bench Daisy stopjwd looked doubtful shook her head sat down AVo pursued tho conversation which we had begun as we came along Papa would never hear of it the said 1 should not wish him tojust yet 1 observed but when Ive ukim my degree Thats two years off at least fhe interrupted What do you mean bynt least I asked rather hurt IVoplu dont always got things 11iblsirst time they try Y ouro thinking of the first time I 4 No Im not she cried blush ing amazingly I meant youd probably be plowed Im going to get a first said 1 Nonsinco said Daisy drew a little nearer You rend the article I asked The fellow showed quite plainly that it could be done on iMOO with direful management you know Daisy nodded sagaciously Alum I dont see why I shouldnt have cJOO inwell in about three years 1 spoko as though three years were a moment of tunes shall be twenty mused Daisy in an awef truck tone Its not a bit too old f I cried Xno I suppose not she con ceded hut its a terribly long time DickA pause followed I hammered inv clip against the bench Its n Least of a world 1 I burst out Why the deuce cant Theres the lean just got married 1 Tho dean must be fortyoh served Daisy Ito says hes twentynine And we both laughed 1 happen to know now that tho dean spoke tho truth JPick Paid a wistful toneItl wish you wcro rich like Mr Franklin IoruV Fords a beast said I Z didnt say he wasnt that Dick but 1I0f course if moneys what you try au know I dorrt but I suppose there is no harm in wishing that we I recovered my good temper I always did when she said we 1 can make as much as hes got said confidently t rhCRn you Dick How Soon F l was not going to boost Assum 1ng a calm and wise air I answered By the time I am thirty any howDaisys faco fell woefully Oh thirty 1 sho moaned Then she turned to me with a smile say inli Novcr mind Dick dear Wo shant want quite as much Why hes got oE 5000 a year I How do you know F Mrs Jackson told me so Oh what do you think Dick She said i tlitit tt I liked I mightshe said site was sure I might Where are you going Dick 411If vniirn only going to tell me Oi wretched old woman tars- 1I 4 h youdontsayOhF Mr Frank lin Fordyoull break the corner of Diconlythatknew you would I Your cap is in an awful state Dick so is your gownonly that Mr Franklin Ford oh how stupid you are Dick I You know perfectly well what she eaid I flung the battered cap upon the bench thrust my hands into my pockets rested my chin on my necktie and stared moodily at my toes PresentlyII took no notice The touch grew more insistent Poor said Daisy Dick I told her that I thought Mr Ford horrid flyin I wish pupa wouldnt insist ongoing abroad all the long vacation le says he can work better there Never mind Dick Its only till OctoberOnly Paid I in tones a Hamlet might be proudof Will it seem very long she asked drooping her lashes As if you didnt know Yeshut Dick I may like to be told all the same you know So I told liar and eons and eons ofweary waiting rose before us at the biddingof my words And in all that time she said forgetOhThink Dick what it will be when you come hock I You must lookout of your window all the first day and perhaps I may come by And look up F Perhaps forgottenOhI never forget my friends Friends 1 I echoed indignantly elloU know what I mean said she indulgently As she spoke the great clock in the tower struck 11 She sprang to her feet Dont go I urged Daisy its the last tint nOh but I must So must you She seemedresolute Well then before you go prom ise 1 I urged lint I have promised Well then 1 promise Dic- kTonIl think of no one else the whole time Xo of no one else The garden seemed peaceful and quiet AVo sat down on the bench again for a moment or it was meant to be a moment But such moments are endowed from heaven with hlesSllelasticit Then at a cry from Daisy I look edupA stout man in gold specta cles stood looking down at us a curiotH only half unkind smile on his fate H was the provost I felt crimson nil over and sat speechless Tray whets tho meaning ofI this Mr Vansittart he asked mixed smile still on his lips- I looked at him in fright for an instant then a pride arose in inc 1 cleared my throat and began Sir I am promising The demon of irony raked up in the provosts mind the memory of his lust words to me Oh that I hind found another exordium for my heroic speech 1 Upon my word said he thrusting one hand into his cross cut trousers pocket and pulling at his whisker with the you are promising for your ago very prom ising 1t r Vansittart The bubble was broken Daisy hung her head I was red and hot againVery chuckled the provost jinglingthe money in his pocket very promising indeed 1 I could have struck him for his mocking iteration Daisy go indoors said he and Mr Vansittart may I lend OU my key of the garden gate Pray bo so good as to return it to the porter He handed it to me with a polite bow Daisy was ill retreat hurrying in sad shame toward the house I took the key- I meant it sir I stammered Youre a young fool said he and held out his hand Yes a young fool he said again as he shook luurtls I went He stood watching my exit I looked buck as I reached the gate lie was there still and behind him in the porch waved a handkerchief I passed through tho gate and locked it behind me And was the long vacation very long And did I forget her in the long I am willing to answer at any cost to my own character all mate rial questions but that question is immaterial for she forgot mo in longDear me I hope slips lumpy BomemoreT IdleV = AnfMony Tope In A BABOON HERO An Incident of a Stirring Monkey Hunt In Africa The German naturalist Herr Brchm tells this story of his adventure with baboons in Africa Our dogs beautiful slender greyhounds accustomed to fight successfully with hyenas and other beasts of prey rustled toward the baboons which front n distance looked more like beasts of prey than like monkeys and drove them hasti ly up the precipices to right and left But only the females took flight The males turned to face tho dogs growled beat the ground with their hands opened their mouths wide showed their glitter ing teeth and looked at their adversaries so furiously and malicious ly that the hounds battle hardened and usually bold shrank back dis comfited and almost timidly sought safety beside us Before we had succeeded in stir ring them up to show fight the position of the monkeys had changed considerably and when tho dogs charged a second time nearly all the herd were in safety But one little monkey about half a year old had been left be hind It shrieked loudly as the dogs rushed toward it but succeeded in gaining the top ofa rock before they hud arrived Our dogs placed themselves cleverly so as to cut off its retreat and then we thought that would catch it uThntwns not to be Proudly and with dignity without hurrying in the least or paying any heed to us an old male stepped down from the security of the rocks toward the hard pressed little one walked to ward the dogs without betraying the slightest fear held them in check with glances gestures and sounds that seemed almost like intelligible speech slowly climbed the rock picked up the baby monkey and retreated with it before we could reach the spot and without the slightest attempt to prevent him on the part of the dogs While the patriarch of the troop performed this brave and unselfish deed the other members densely crowded on the cliff utteredsounds which I had never before heard from baboons Old and young males and females roared screechedsnarled and bellowed all together so that one would have thought that they were struggling with leopards or other dangerous beasts I learned later that this was the- monkeys battle C1 It was intended to intimidnte us and the dogs possibly also to encourage the brave old giant who was running into such evident danger before their eyes Youths Companion Acids and Water Acids have a strong affinity for water which they will even extract from any tubstanco containing it with which they are brought in con tact hence when an acid conies in contact with the mucous membrane of the mouth and throat the watery secretion which keeps these parts moist and flexible is so fro absorbed as to give rise to that dry harsh and stringent sensation which is com monly spoken of as drawing the mouth nod so us a result a copiou supply of fresh saliva is produced Mineral acids by their chemical action not only draw the mouth and set the teeth on edge as they are taken but also injure the enamel of the teeth unless the precau tion is taken to suck them in through glass tube or quillI His PunishmentI Fattier gone pantry unexpectedly and finds Wil ten stealing biscuitsI Nov William what do you mean by this Do you know that the law punishes people for small offenses Well you stole once and did not get punished FYes father You stole mothers heartHight lmlyson but remember I got severe punishment for that I got a life sentence and am at it still Quito Another Mattor Undo George Instead of wear ing diamonds dont you think it would bo more becoming to pay your tailors bills tailorsbillsmonds And if people didnt buy diamonds what would keep the diamond merchants from starving to death Uncle George But you dont pay for your diamonds either harryAli now you are wander ing from the poi- ntGAI9TmIt9CA Bean theThe Kind You Have Always Bough SIgnature J- of USED PEPPER t Bowling Green Boy Punishes Of ficer at St Louis Bowling Green Ky March 4 Robert Cartwright the Bowling Green boy who was recently arrested here for deserting Company A of the Fifth United States infantry at Plat tsburg N Yand was discharged from custody on a writ of hobsas cor pun was arrested again withdistressing results to the marshal of Mt Vernon Ill After leaving Bowling Green before he could be rearrested Cart wright went to Mt Vernou and was captured The city marshal took him to St Louis the nearest army post Upon arriving there handcuffed Cartwright wanted a drink The marshal took him into a saloon and himself took a glass of beer While drinking Cartwright managed to throw cayenne pepper in the officers face and fled to one of depots His manacles were seen and he was trip ped by a civilian and held until the police secured him When arrested here Cartwright is said to have offer ed of Police James 1500 to permit him to esaape The Canal Treaty Ratification- For sometime it has been foregone conclusion that the Panama treaty for a canal across the Isthmus would be ratified by the Senate The vote of sixtysix to lourteen is a singal victo ry for those who favored the approval of the treaty In Its final stagts the question was not distinctly a patti san one Sixteen Democrats voted for the ratification and fourteen against such action Of thoseoppos ed only nine were from the South regardless of the cause which produced the revolution which results in the establishment of the republic of Panama and regardless of any ques tions of haste on the part of our gov ernment in recognizing that repub trtatyIthese facts were bejond recall There is an overwhelming feeling in the United States in favor of a can l across the isthmus The only question has been as to which one of two proposed rautee was the most available The choice has fellon on Pana ma wheie we acquire in perpetuity n snip of land teu miles wide for canal and incidental purposes This strip is subject to the absolute jurishdiction of the United States In return for all rights and prtvilidges gianted to it the United States government guarantees to maintain the indepeud ence of the Panama republic and to pay to it on the exclunge of the rati fication of the treaty 10000000 IK gold coin of the United States and beginning nineyears later the sum ot 250000 annually No one can tell definitely how long it will take to construct the canal or how much it will cost But in the 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Able turned to tilling the ground thde employments of the mass of primitive men who for many ages sub sisted upon the natural fruits of the earth I should like to call this the age of the gardner but since these early people made no effort to culti liveddI can think of no better name than ageI ages elapsed before our heathen ancestors began to add flesh meat to their daily fare or by what accident they learned that flesh wa good for food we do not know The Chinese have an ancient legend accounting for the origin of pork eating that a peasants hut having burned roasted a pig which was sleeping under it A boy in the absence of his parents essayed to pull the roasted pig from the ruins and burning his fingers in the operation put the scorched fingers in his mouth much as a boy with a burnt finger does now and in this way the Chinese are said to have learned that roast pig bejcame and nations of hunters was there suit The flesh of the captured ani mals was used for food and their skins were made into clothing and thus were the wants of man so completely satisfied that this condition continued for a long period of time The American Indians with whose I recent history REPUBLICAN readers representaI ages provided food and clothing fort the infirm but when game was scarce these were often left behind to starve or to be devoured by wild beast Some little t barter or exchange of commodities took place among the savage hunters such ES the exchange one kind of game for another or a All That is Necessary twith our goods Is to place them upon your counters Their + delusiveness beauty and style combined with the low rprice which you will be able to offer will be the only sales man necessary 4 Our System is Easy for You t Send an open order advising what sizesamripIe case you wish we will do the you have to do with our goods is place on your counter and your customers will carry them off realizing a handsome profit We have thousands of customers throughout the South buy their goods of manner I those most proficient in making bows and arrows or such other weapons a s I were used to take game would ex change their products for flesh andI I skins but nothing worthy the nam of trade was ever developed amon 11our hunter ancestors This period in the whole race was engaged i chase hunting may be called the age of the The third stage of mans develop ment as an industrial agent has to do with hurl as a shepherd a period I think most tranquil and tinsel fish in the whole history of the hu man race No wise man arose among the hunters and pointed out to them the advantages of a pastoral over a wild but change resulted from the accumulated experience of men and was occasioned no doubt by accident The young of all animals were often captured and carried camp where they were attended not perhaps front any sense ol sympathy but as a diversion The young of the naturally more docile animals as that of sheep goats and cattle were inclln ed to range about the camp when lib crated and the convenience of having food animals always at hand soon suggested to the huntsman the ex pedlency of herding But the herds manno less than the huntsmanwas wanderer upon the lace of the earth granss in one section it was driven to another for fresh pasturage hence this mode of living made a nomadic life still a necessity In later periods of this shepherd life communities of hun dreds of thousands of people mlgratI ed with their herds from country the circumstances of pas turage demanded Living in houses1 made of reeds and requiring no labor j of consequence in building and haying I no household furniture or uten sils of valueno sacrifice was involved in the migration of so large a community of people This free and easy life of the herdsmen might have gone on till the present time but for fief that the increase in the num ber and size of the herdsc usequently the increase of the population of the forjj the world at the time inhabited to i support the herds and the necessity j for making the earth yield a more abundant supply of food for the herds I gave rise to the cultivation of the i soilThe fourth age of industrial development rooted to the soil as ag riculturists Many volumes have been written narrating the difficulties which the first agriculturists had to encounter as well as the manners and I customs that obtained among them that I cannot recount here but it may t = sNk vltveYUbitpr ifbticr 4 If iii Youyr have never done business with us before now is a good time to start Send for our 52page cat alogue and you will be surprised to see how much ibeauty and style can offer at small prices a yy us and rest All to them you who all us in this the life the into as even the men itti you fMILLUiEHV fOVERBEHIND IT i 1 1 1 1 1 44ii be said they laid the foundations of the social and political institutions that obtain in our own times The fifth age was marked by the 1 agricugf mens labor a diversity ol their wants 1was at the same time created and tam economy of one man devoting his whole time to the cultivation of corn another to tending the flocks a third to dressing skins etc and n subse quent exchange of commodities was early recognized IMig before money or any other medium of exchange was recognized the exchange of sour uioditiep was carried on But tA the grower of corn might be in need ol dressed skins while the skin dressy did not stand in need of corn something of recognized value which might be exchanged again was four necessary to fiiciliute exchange That substance that combines the greatest value in the smallest volume and is the ItasT perishable isuow re gnrded as the best medium of ex change hence gold is now the worlds medium of exchange and measure of value but our earliest ancestors of whose trade we have record had no such staple medium but they antlci paled our advanced notions of politi acal economy PS well as the clrcum i stances would allow Their chief medium was in grown cattle which varied little in weight throughshort periods of time and could be driven j at small effort from one owner to an- otherI Various other things belle cattle were used as money before iron and copper and finally silver and gold came into use for that purpose To bacco was used in the cttad of money by the Colonists of America not many centuries ago Metals were use Ias money thousands ol years before they were coined and stamped as we have them now but as trade increased I among men the annoyance of having Ito weigh the metal at each transacI tion suggested the idea of having some responsible agent stamp the weight or value as we now term it on the coin to relieve this annoyance With the introduction of the precious metals gold and silver unscrupulous persons alloyed them with baser met als and to the trouble of weighing the metals was added that of assaying or determining the actual amount oft pure metal and the stamp of govern ment came to be a guarantee of the fineness of the metal as well as of its weight or value The development of trade resulted in the social compact of as a city a state or a nation It was in fact the agent that effected the civilization of the world a result that could never have been brought about by the fruit eater the hunters or the herdsmen yet the origin of trade may c Fine StocktTo the Citizens of Ohio and Adjoining Counties GOEBEL The greatest Saddle and Harness Stallion of his age in Kentucky will make the season of 1901 at E D Oldhams stable thrt quarter miles northof Beaver Dam Ky on the Heaver Darn and Hartford rCa I at 2000 to insure a living colt or 51500 cash when tunic is bred with return privilege If mare dots not become with foal or money returned nt breeders option Care will be taken to prevent accidents but I will not he responsible should any occur Season fee Is due when colt is foaltd or marc parted with A f lien will be retained on cult 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 Kntucky lIe has been shown at the best fairs in the State each year since he wnsa two year old and has been defeated lest times than any horse of his clnss ty has never gone away trout a fair with less than two blue strings and has graduated at most nil To titter introduce him he is the black stallion that graduated at the Ohio County Fair last fall DESCRIPTIONGO- KBHL is a coalblack stallion three white feet ifi hands high ard will be five years old the first of May He has fine style and action and is a sound horse IDICRLhGOnniJL was sired by Happy Bell he by happy Cross No 52 in Saddle louse Breeders Association Happy Cross is by Glrrards Chief 22153 first dam by old Star Denmark Hnppy Hels first dam is Mollle W Iby Fancy Golddust he by old Golddust 150 Second dam by imported Scython- e thoroughbred Gotbils first data by Rclla Golddiiht he by Arabian Gold dust he by Dorseys Golddust 15 Second darn by Dr J II Thomas old Cotton Picker Goebels first dam n half sister to Nellie W which wfK sold for 600000 by Will Robertson of Dardstown PRHMIUM I will give to the best colt the season second best colt 10 Colts to he shown on fair grounds at Hurllord Ky on Saturday before the fair in 1905 To prove my horse I will give IOU for the the best colt on day of show if owner will accept OTHER STOCKI will also briny Isiih my tht r mghbred Poland China hoer which will serve sows at 100 cath Also souse tics pigs and calves for SKle Knrly snits stood the heft chance for the premium so come early and get the premium colt and choice of pigs I will h gin the season the 22nd of March I extend a cordii1 welcome to nil to Investigate my stock F VV CREAGER Cecilia Ky Constipation complexionsThcn system in good condition by taki- ngDMON5hAND IIlS TONIC PELLETS which gently assist Nature in eliminating the poison make good blood good digestion and will keep the ff Roses in Your Cheeks fit Complete Treatment 25c ssse- e 4 at all dealers t k Ooeiq GtlII r fairness be credited to agriculture I have now lastly to consider commerce but its origin is so recent and its effect so apparent that little need be said of it Commerce in the sense that I intend it means theex change of commodities between different nations or if you prefer the term international commerce Commerce originated just after the Invention of printingor in the 15th century The connection of these twoevents can not be told in an article of this scope except to say that travelers returning from distant countries told the story the products and needs of those countries and the printing press gave publicity to such accounts whichen abled tradesmen to turn them to account by fitting out trading vessels I accordingly Without being obliged- to credit anybodys good nten ions in the matter we tummy fairly credit commerce with the widest influence theInationsI jnations vice one nations learning to another nations ignorance one nations humanity to another nations barbarism one nations freedom Jo another nations slaver and may yet equalize the virtue wisdom wealth and humanity of all mankind OWEN ONGWE Six persons were killed and a half dozen others were injured in a wreck on the Alabama Great Southern rail road near Kewanee Miss The betweena f and a Southern railway freight train both roads using the fame track be tween Meridian and York a