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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i V H i fi u GA Stn dqEsn jai Y N n 1y9 v 1a t Jlattf tb Mtpublicu Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TIlE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year i VOL ZV1LHARTFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 13 1905CiI No 26 MUST PAY THE PENALTYt Preacher Armer is Found Guilty of Manslaughter c And Is Given Twentyone Years 4 in the Penitentiary Killed his Son W W Armer the preacher who killed his son at Sacramento McLean county last May and who was tried at Calhoun the latter rant of last week goes to the penitentiary for twentyone year Only three of the twelve jurors stood hetween him and a life sentence and the remaining nine came to the terms of the three rather than report a mistrial giving the preacher another trial and e Wcblnce of coming clear on some tech A nlcallty There was a strong lentl ment in favor of giving him the ex treme penalty and very little would be required even now to fan the ole flame of iury agilt st him lain a I blajf Armer t rake down for the first Unit when the verdict of the jury was read Ever since the commission oi this r- evoltingg crime he bar appeared morir ol less Ind fluent and has never be r u lore shown any amount ol emotion In + any direction except when he warI first token Into the cojitt room on his t return from the Owensboro jail Ar r gmars wife and small child were In the court room lib wife rushed toI him and fell fainting Into his armsI Up to this point be bas appeared In l different but he broke completely down and wept as he supported his wlfe In his arena Four children stood around their parents and wall ed The scene lasted for half an hoar before the preacher was led a- wayr1 the jail The trial wts stubbornly JoughU wealths Attprpey Rlngo be the prosecution with the hope of sentence He made no attempt get a verdict for capital punished and the vote of the jury on the case J shows that his presentation ol the I V case was an effective one Nine men I went Into jury room convinced that 7Armer should go to the penitentiary lor They were discharged from the panel with this conviction unlm V paired but they voted for a verdict for a term oi twentyone years rather than allow the case to drag through term when circumstances tJtlfanolheri w lor the preachers reo Ye lease Armers crime was commited last e MayatSacramento He went to his soiAtas at work on a farm an Yttried to Induce the boy to give up hl- A r return home the boy refuse- rf and Armer became angered H snatched brake bam from a wago- and struck hlason on the head felling jn him to the ground He then lifted the I limp body into the buggy sad took It 4 home The boy died that night Armer fled but was overtaken and ar rested Public sentiment was strong against him and there appeared to le imminent danger of lynching Th preacher was hurried away and to Owensboro where hi remained I r jail until September Armer Is now well advanced in J years and If he lives to serve out his term ol twentyone years he will be It l a decrepit old man when he Is agahi t set at liberty Iii SMALLHOUS1V l V iJan rtZack Reid and wife visit Mr and Mrs SJ Hawkins Hart ied recently t Miss ieulah Reid spent Saturday tIl and Sy pday the guest of Mr and Mrs f Tiny Hocker Centertown i Sam Withrow and wile were the r lguests ot McClelland Wlthrow Nel bon recently 7 j Mrs OUen Williams and Miss e r Mabtl Maddox Rockport were In f i ToriVraldstWednesday J Miss Sophia Balls has returned r tfrom a few days stay with her little niece near Fairest 5 Mrs Alfred Matthews near Hart v- r i ford was the guest of Mrs Jennie Balls KVeduesday She was accompan iedhomc by her little granddfeugli L r Lillian Balls Bill Addington and sister Miss Ula were in Haitlrrd Saturday Charlie Klrubley Owensboro bas returned home after a lew days visit to his brother Mr Marion Klmbey who Is at the point of death Mrs Mary Stone anti Miss Fannie Ovrrton near Puadlpe were the guests ol Mr and Mrs C E Overfed reo really Worth Pulkkeraon has returned from Louisville REV R Y THOMAS DEAD One of the Oldest Ministers of the M E Church South iMarion KyJnn 9 The Rev R Y Thoaias died here Jot 3 oclock this morning of erysipelas In MR lhty first year He WIII n native I War ten county this State ttna waib fDecember 16 1824 near Bowline Green He la servlved by his widow to whom he hid been mauled ever fifty yenta and lour childrei Mrs O M James wile of Congres + man O M Jamrc ol the Frt Kentucky din trlct Mr W N Rochester ot thit city R Y Thomas Jr of Centra City Kr Mr Thomas wrs the oldest mini ter save one in the M E church South in this State of which he an for many yeirs n faithful servant The funrel will we held In this city on Tuesday morning at lo oclock and interment wll be in Evergreec cemetery at Greet vllle Ky on Tues day alttruoon JW IIALBBIactrlclanH- uprrlntvailentof the Hartford Klectrlo Light Plant jarsm asdI that of the ordinary country youth thendistrict school and the In performing the variety of labors white fall to the lot ofthe farmer boy In 1893 he went to Fordsvllle and commenced life as a jeweler and pho tographer He drifted Into politicsand was always to be reckoned with In an political contest which affected his ofn a vary lent type which bodes no good to an opponent During his spare time he was em ployed by different companies in per forming the mechanical work on dif lerent telephone IInesand while engaged in this work he has gradually drifted Into the fascinating field oi electricity From boyhood his mind teas inclined along the lines of scien tlfic research Observation research and meditation have taken the place of polytechnic training with him HI capabilities became so well known that he was saught after and became Indentlfied witl the company which was formed to light Hartford by dies tricityHewiUsoonbe a bonatlde citizen of Hartford In 1891 he was united in marriage to Miss Annie E Gains ot Fordsvllle He has a Kapp- family of three children Leaf John E and Walter E Hale Hart ford extends a welcome to Mr Hale and his family and takes sincere pride Jn numbering him as one of her ctrl Zeus J s CONSPIRACY PNOVENI if JuryAssesses8OOOAgaInst Hargis and Callahan Criminal Proceedings May be Taken Against Them for the Murder of Marcum Winchester Ky Jan 9The jury in the Mai cam damage suits returned e a verdict this afternoon lor JSoor against James Hargis and SherlO Ed Callahan and found for the defen dants in the case against Alex Har gts and B F French The verdict means that Mrs Amelia Marcnm th widow oi lames B Marcum who war assassinated by Curt Jett and Tom White at Jacl son Breathltt county will receive 8000 from James Hargl and Ed Cullahau county Judge ant Shirfl of Brethitt county respect ivelyThe plulntifli will appeal especial ly from that portion ol the verdict exonerating Senator Hargis anc Frenchand the defendants will also probaby appeal from that portion 01c the verdict giving damages against James Hargln and Callahan The verdict against Calahan nndt Hargis bas much greater significance than the mere money involved beI cause It connects them directly will the murder and if allowed to stand crlmlral proceedings may grow out ot It This snit wil go down in the histo ry bi Kentucky as one of the mOt important civil actions ever tried For weeks the action has ben drag ging through a trial Mrs Marcus filed the suit last summer shortly a ter felt and White had been convlcte for killing her husband It was dur- Ing their trial that evidence developed whicholed the widow to belie v that a conpplracy had ben formed tv kill htr husband and that she soul prove It Through her attorneys e agalnaJamesFrench and Alex Hargis The case was given to the jury or Friday afternoon and It considered li two hours and a half and then court adjourned until Saturday morning The case was considered all day Sat urday and all day Monday before i verdict was finally agreed upoq Programme First Sunday Meeting of the Ohio County Baptist Association anuar 1905 Slaty Creek Church SATURDAY 28 10 oclock Devotional and organl zatin Object of these meetings and the importance of attending themChair man of the meeting Enrolling names from the churches I What Kind of Missionary Works Needed in our Association J P Miller and Y H Belmain 2 Our Mission Journals What andyI E W Ccakley 3 Relation of the Collection to Jocr Acton SermonH P Brown 4 The Extent of my Obligation to the Last of the WorldJ N Jarna gin and G W Gordon 5 Missionary Days and Honor to Conduct ThemE W Coakley and W R Chapman Sermon J H Burnett 6 The Greatest Need at Present in our Sunday School Work O M Shullz and A P Taylor 7 What Effort Should our Church PeoA pie For Greater Usefulness J H Burnett and J J Mitchell 8 Who Should Attend Sunday School and WhyG H Lawrencr I Taylore9 Benefits of Family PrayerR D Carter and Matty Shultz 10 How Some Baptists get to be remedyRyP Beck a n Sanctification Jno D Mild dox 12 What Is the Door to Member ship Into a Baptist Church and Who f May Rightly Open itJno T Case bier and R W Danlcn J SermonL W Tichenor 13 Helps to Er joy Giving toWs sloosP H Herndon and W A Cisebler 14 How Does Cheerful Liberal Giving to Missions Effect Ones Fl dance anal Liberality H P Brown Silas Stevens To assign special snljects to all our spetiklng brothers would make pro gramme to long but ell will please come with a speech on some dubject Assigned E W COAKLRY J H BURNBTT Com J P MlLIHR J TO BE A REALITY The Much Talked of Electric Lights Will Soon Illuminate Hartford The work of construction has al r fodybegun on the electric light plant Kentuckyright Hale FordsviIe and Mr W J Kern Owersboro are superintending the wi rk and within thirty or sixty days they hope to have the plant ready for operation Hartford has long needed an elec tlc plant and her people have always encouraged every move to procure the plant It bat olten been proposed that resident cltlzrr s lake up the seism- and erect the plait but all who have the means hive sissified by years of traction their consent for some otter person or company to tyke up the I wetter The town authorities several weeks ago signified their good will and approval of the undertaking when they contracted for fifty thirty two candle power incandescent lights for the streets Not only are the City au ho lUes Interested and lendlngald and encouragement the promoters but every one is looking forward to the time when dim kerosene lights can be replaced by brilliant electric onesThe following rates for electric cur rent have been approved by the com pany Fcr all lights to be used within the corporate limits of the City ot Hart ford Kentucky Residence lights three lights i oo month lour to stven 25 cts each additional eight to twelve 20 cts each addltiocal for allover twelve lights or a meter will be furnished at the rental of 50 cts per month and the meter rate tobe iSctr 5per K W tooo watt Store and buislnss bouses lines lights 63 eta each tour lights 55 cts each five lights at 50 eta each six to nine at 45 cts each ten lights and over at 40 eta eacbora meter will be provided at the rental of 50 ctSf per month and current will be charged for at the rate of hcts per K W 1000 watts It will be further a rule of the company to give all customers a discount of 5 per cent if said monthly bills are paid at their office on or before the 5th of each month Any other information desired will be gladly furnished by the represen tatlves Mr W J Ktrn or Mr John W Hale GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the Country Brief tItemsDispatches from Port Arthur and Toklosay that Soper cent of the Rus alas officers wlllshare the fate of their men and go to Japan as prisoners Among those who have declined pa role are Admiral Wiren and Gens FockSmirnoff and Gorbatowsky The transfer of prisoners at Port Arthur was completed Saturday The total number of officers transfered was 878 and the number of men was 23491 The fapneas are preparing to establish a naval base at Port Arthur There is some talk ot peace in St Petersburg but solar as known it does not per wade ofilclal circles Five hundredJapanteeheld amass 4- rt1 MEDICAL EXAMINER 5 Of tile United States Treasury Recommends Peruna Other Prominent Physicians UseR and EndorsePerunaI LLEWELLYN Jordan bred DR l Examiner of tho U STreainry Department graduato of Columbia College and who served threoyears at West Point has the following tosayof Pernnn Allow me to express my grail tude toyou for the benefit derived from your wonderful remedy One short month has brought forth a vast change and I now considermyself a well man after months otsuffering Fellow sufferers Peruna will cure you A constantly increasing number of physicians prescribe 1oruna In their practice It has proven its merits so thoroughly that oven tho doctors havo overcome thclrprejudlco against socall tt patent medicines and recommend It to their patients Pcruna occupies a unique position In medical science It Is tho only Internal systemic catarrh remedy known to tho medical profession today Catarrh as everyone will admit is tho cause of one half the disease witch afflicts mankind Catarrh and catarrhal diseases afflict ono halt of the people of United States I WashIngton J I Through my own experience mytrendsbo been cured or relieved ofcam i i frtmllnPeruna sucheprescribing It to my patients1 Robert K Roberts Dr B Bobbins Muskogee J qjf writes Peruna is tire best medicine I know of for coughs and to strengthen a weak DealdesgJUor weak and debilitated people and holpedhimfits so mjnjcaseji havocayou rant live long to do good to tho sick lint tho suffering Dr M C Gee writes from 513 Jones St SanIranclsco Cais Pcruita has performed so many won derful curse in San Francisco that I am convinced that it is a valuable remedy I have frequently advised its use for in York to the fail of Port Arthur JLjr Jan to to be order ol Mrs ter ben B D Ringo here Rev J W nod have moved to Mrs Fannie Webb and wife have to Rev T A filled Rev at wan Rev Is hold lag a at Beech Lake and are here They go from ry y- ya 1 Dr Llewellyn Medical States Treasury I I women as I find it insures and menstruation cures and ovarian troubles and builds up that entire system 1 also consider it one of the finest rom Ues J kRow of M C M D JCatarrh la a disease only by systemic A that cures catarrh must aim at depressed doessWhat Peruna run immediately Invigorates nervecenters which give to f Then calarrhdi- sappearsTheu IWJihPln an AUy cured wrUo at once to Dr giving a full of your case and he will be to glvo you his ad vice gratis Address Dr of t The Sanitarium Ohio Ask Druggist for Peruna Almanac for 1905 HARTFORD COLLEGE- KentucJty M Old o nd WellEstablished School Has Educated More Successful Men Women than Other School in Part of During tho Third and Fourth Terms Special eS thoopreI paring to r Third opens January 30 1905 Fourth Teinopenn- April 10 1905 8OOtfor twenty inadvancoh 1500 i Board in private per Catalogues and circulars furnished free L N GRAY PresidentrOM SHULTZVice President meeting New celebrate NOCREEKI Sleighing seems the the dayIHattie Taylor here- Commonwealth Attorney parsed through Saturday Cantrlil the new parionage properly recently purchasedof Taylor Mr Hoyden moved the vacated by Rtv Cantrllt Bennett Moormans appointment Mt Hel Sunday Moorman meeting Commodore fatally visiting relatives U Jordan Examiner Untied regular painless loacorrhoo catarrh Gee systemic curable treatment remedy directly tho 1 tho vitality the mucous membranes promptandsaUafactory Hartman statement pleased valnabf IIartman President Hartman Columbus Your Free and Any this the State tClas will Term Tuition weeks families week 250 visiting family property Valley here to Indiana where they will makettheir future home f Quite a number from here attended the County oganlzatlon oi the AS oi Eat Hartford today Mr David i Moreland of this place was elected- President Whl1etbe s lety nere ia Its Infancy every member seems to heafully determined to win No tobacco bas been sold here although there have been two or three buyerslri the community Three weeks ago most all oi the tobacco around here could I have been bought for 7 7 and 2 and now I believe there could not be a pound bought for lea than three eights in the entire community I Remember the Archer i Lecture at Opera HouseA I next Monday night Jan I I 16th Admission to alll25cts 4 i 7l Ha t- f a 1 i titt Sev s s iw r Y ny s P rblKe4 f rw w t1e11THE MODERN FARMER Holds the First Place Among the of I Real IProducers s of real wealth I la the farmtr Is tlyentltledto the first place and fix Importance ol his pOlltlon in the sestinas economic aflUIrs may be appreciated when one realizes tha- lire farmers from the proceeds of the corncrop alone could pay off the tonal debt the interest thereon for tetsea L gag aocoaslderaJlepJrtlon of the s rDmCDts annual expense Secoti t thellst agricultural wealth pro v tecewcome to cotton crops the val r BeofiksHot and seed may be adly t jlacsAat J6jooooooo and hay and n t iaJtttkare now given the third place Aiocvlev of the results of farm op erations lor the present year shows i maoj other interesting and some Ikaes astounding figures In two Mara the farmers of thtq country have induced wealth exceeding the out yet of all the gold mines oi the entire world since Columbus discovered Aaerlca In 194 alone the agrlcul 3fa3output is more that six times tt amount oi fell the capital invested t s national banks and it is three holes the amount oi the gross earn legs from the operations ol oil the saUroads f No small degree of credit lor this wonderful showing is due tothe men r Sa every State who are applying their ijtslligence and energy to the im irovements of farm conditions and the education of men engaged in farm d tog operations There is nt the pres dst time a distinct revival in agricul total education throughout the entire coantry and the new education is on practical lines and theory is relegated to a secondary place Combined with agricultural colleges are experi rental farms of the stations and in Ibis way the farmer of the future is crablkd to see what he has heard advocated in theory placed in actual lit3t1ce TStie time has come when the farmer cal DO longer be called a mos beck aodiegarded as slow and lacking enterprise he is keeping up with the march ol progress and is in many t practical receipts leading the van He Is no longer afraid ol what were once called newfangled things be wants every newfangled thing that feaeray practical feature and he In willing to pay cash for it One of the hopeful signs in the situation Is the evident anxiety to 4 fl advantage of the opportunities tiered for agricultural education A delegation of Georgians headed by the Governor and the Chancellor of lit State University have recently spent some time studying the meth +ida of the University of Wisconsin aadJtbe larmers of Georgia will be the beneficiaries It was realized thatd here was a need for new ideas and a 3tw system and after looking over Jbe field Georgia decided to seek Icr knowledge in Wisconsin and the trip Asa already been accepted as an tvl feaoe that the South was not asleep tnt ready and willing to accept and gtofit by modern systems and mod im ideas somethingkThere is an inclination to accept It cum grano but when il aaaes to raising corn Iowa Is in a i joslt on to tell the balance of the joantry something that if accepted t nd followed will prove the value As Ihe result ot the study and re f search ot Prof P G Holden an ex tpectr in the matter of grain raising the farmers ol Iowa have raised flboui Me hundred million bushes more mrn this year than in any year of b this century and they expect to add another one hundred million bushel to their crop next year Prolessoi Holden becomes an expert byacct dent and his first knowledge ol the results that could be obtained was dur itexperiments made bf him while a ucborlumter He orglnated a corn Meowing contest among his pupils and directed their operations with the I result that the crops grown attracted the attention of a firm of wealthy Urniers who Induced the professor to l Camion school teaching and take up agriculture and apply his knowledge Jn that direction He was afterwards aOered a chair In Iowa State Agricul land Cpllege Vader the ausplcles of the college le made a campaign of education tarw Its iljjersDont AyersCherryrecord it has sixty years of Cherry Pectoralcures Ask your doctor if Ihe doesnt use It for coughs bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles ChenyPectoralraand hard coldrcbIUaIDDaonMLODZIIAaMDIthacaNY 8 e6 eflW 10 ATX1C 00 All Lnwell M- aBronchitis druKKtfor Correct tendency to conatlpa tlon with small doses Ayers throughout the State and the farmers flocked to hear him and what was better they profited by what he told them about raising corn and as his Ideas proved wise he has become the recognized authority in that partlcn tar branch ol agriculture The State pays Pro Holden 5 ooo a year but his ideas were worth not less than 13000000 to the farmers of the State last year Another crop that Is being benefited by the application of scientific methods in its production is the rice cropwhich promises for the present year a yield ol 90003000 pounds which is an Increfs of 310000000 more than ever before There is a sudy growth in the interest oi the poultry Industry nnd value ol the trim that cannot be ignored The farmer ot today exeiclfes the same amount of care in selecting his pout try that he does in buying hS cows and horses and the same intelligence and steady is given them and the re suit is that the producing results have amply compensated for the time and Attention that has been devoted to it Farmers now produce our and two thirds billions ol dczns ol eggs and at the high average price ol the year the her s during their buss season Uy enough eggs in H single month to pay the years interest on the national debt The modern larmer is learning that the things that his forefathers consid ered the minor things about a farm can bj made to become the most proto liable and nothing is ol too little val ue to be used The opportunity for quick commifnication with the out side world by means ol the telephone and the extension ol the free delivery system in rural section have played their part but the strangest element ol nil is increasing inttlllgence ol the men who are following the pursuit oi agriculture Speody ReliefIA salve that heals without a scar it DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve NoI effects such speedy relief 11 raws out inflammation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises DeWitts is the only genu ine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of ounterfeitsthty are dangerous Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m To CaliforniaIVia scenic Colorado or true southern Route Dally through Pullman tandr I sleeping cars St Louis tc San Fiaocljco via the Missouri pad fic Ry and scenic Colorado Hie gent tourist sleeping car servlves ev ery Tuesday And Wednesday from St Louis Daily through Pullman standard sleeping jars St Louis to Los Angeles Cal via Iron Mountain route to true southern route New tourist sleeping car excursions vU Iron Mountains route and El Paso leave St Louis every Tuesday nnd Saturday The service and equipment is strictly upto date Round- trip and low rite one way tickets art on sale via Iron Mountains or Mis souri Pacific Rv for all principal points in the east From berth reser nations and lull information mid rest R T G Matthews T P A Louis nine Ky or H B Townsend G P T A St Louis Mo IUR FENHEHS GOLDEN RELIEF SR any putu lusldo or out lufrotn 3 to uiluuUis Ills First Attempt Kama City limes They were in a carriage going to a ball He was just of age and wasI wearing his new dress suit It was his first attempt at doing things up In style Never before had he wornI a dress suit or take a girl to a soda unction la a carriage He had dress L I ed in nervous haste and yet he had tried his best to see that his raiment was atslutely faultless As they were driven rapidly load the hall they talked of the flue time they expected to bavc Suddenly the girl stopped talking and gazing Intently at the bottom of the hack Tbe youth noticed that she was up patently Interested in something down there and he askedhZitsry whats the matter with you Wha mikes you so quiet John liht replied perhaps I shouldnt sak you such a question but isnt there something wrorg with your feel The young man looked down He was stll in hIs old carpet slippers sockless Tonic to tho System For liver troubles and eonatipttio there is nothing better than DeWitt Little Early Risers the famous little Pills They do not weaken the stomach Their action upon the ays tern is mild pleasant and harmless Sold by Z Wayne Griffin silt Bro m The Books Tbey Read Cowper read only his bible and his prayer bcok Chopin rarely read anything heavier than a Frenchnovet Voltaires favorite clailcal author was luvena the satlrls Ross no for nearly thirty years read nothing but French novels Jean Paul Richster had only five or I six books all philoslpblcal Lord Clive said that Robinson Crusoe beat ay other book he ever readFranklin read all he could find re lacing to political economy and financeMichael angelo was fond ol the took of Moses and the psalms of Da vidBach was no great reader but much enj eyed books of J ekes and funny ato lies Baxter read only the bible and best eijjyed the prophesies Isilah and the Ps thus- Wotdswotth wag fond ol the poetry ot Burns but said the latter was too rough and uncouth Coughs and Colds Allcoughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quick ly cured by One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm draws out Infldm matiun and heals and soothes the affected parlo strengthens the lungs wards ofTpneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Kennedys Laxative Honey andTar Cures all Courjrta and expels Colds from tae system by gently moving tbe bowels Scraps ot News Bolivia and Slam are the July civ ilized or seraicivilized powers without a national debt An ingenious thief who secreted himself in a trunk addressed to tbe the frlgnt station at Smlchow in Austria was captured after he had filled the trunk with miscellaneous valuables from other luggage Rats gave trouble in London under ground railway by eating the rubber pflfthe Insulatedwire No less than 8132 women In Iowa ire employed in agricultural per suits Single eye glasses are prohibited In the German army The druggists of Rome have farmed a corporation to bring suit against Saerlecitrr for saying their shops ere unreliable and expensiv- eChamborlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The uniform success of this remedy has made it the most popular prepar ition in use for bowel complaints It is everywhere recognized as the one remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleasant to take For sale by all druggists m An Arizona Debate Mrs Chairman You are out oi or 1 9ermadam Member From TucsonHeavens Vlll some sister 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December numbers ol 1004 1fourteen months for JIOO or the price of twelve Address McCLURES 23d Street New York City Write for agent lenDS t Subscribe Now J 3 A Record of Marvelous Accomplishment Established February 19 1904 The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder of Lexington has within a few months time become concededly the best weekly paper of its kind in America and has secured a paidinadvance circulation of irt over 13000 copies Among the contributors to its columns on agricultural topics are many 41 of the bestposted men in America Mr H R Hillenmyer whose reputation as a nurseryman is national conducts each week a department of answers to i inquiries in which he gives from his vast store of knowledge experience andIstudy his views and advice on any subject pertaining to the orchard lawn or garden about which information may be desired Every issue of The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder contains the most pertinent news and the most timely advice for farmers and stock raisers of everysort As a medium for all forms of farm and live stock advertising for both of which it offers special discounts it has no rival in the state More than half its circulation is in Kentucky and for the most part among people who are inter ested in and able to buy either farms or good stock Byspecial arrangement we are able to offer for a limited time THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDERA- ND I THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN BOTH FOR I YEAR AT 200 THE PRICE OF THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER ALONE tIt is the most valuable weekly paper in America for the farmers of Ken tucky to take Published at Lexington the hub of the horse world and the l center of the states agricultural interests it has the opportunity to obtain and it f never fails to publish live uptodate fresh news and valuable feature matter which no other paper contains Sample copies may be had on application at this office I Kidneyssuchand Dysentery of a bilious type wo will give you an order on your druggist and pay him for a bottle of Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Our free proposition FIRST BOTTLE FREE Powduocoupon herewith We will then send you on order on your druiwlst tore B fullsized bottle tree and we will par your druggist ourselves for ItThis Is our free Rift made to convince you show you what Or Cirliltills Gcrmaa Liver Powder IBond what It cando Mo accept It places you under no obligations jibutever verytactottheodermustdoes as we claim We would surely not raY for a bottle and fflvo It away If there was any doubt ot results You want those results you want to bo well Wont you let us at our expense show you the way Dr Carlsledls German Liver Powder Is sold In two sizes 25c and 1 COUPONForIt to Tlo American Phrmac1 Co UvaonllIe Inll mall Mydlxcasols IIou fsat 11iFor Sale by J Ha WILLIAMS HartfordKyJ r I leVdlt fif rif l I 1tJ 0 1t ry inc II 1W T y n cUI if If t Col Forbes at Hartford I i Ccl Edwtn Forbes of Fordsvllle R watrived in llririfuiri nt 1 130 oclock p i ni D ciubei slut and 1 ft tbt next day at U oclock a iti His huslnisi hUll woe flicial and as he txptcted to remain over night brf re he lef his home he nett a former notice to the Thomas Bros that he would al dress the ell zns of Hartford that wished to heir him talk in their counting room which Is on the site oi his fathers woodshop 55 years ago Col Forbes expected to address the people ut night but he wee told that a protracted meeting WAS in progress a at the Baptist church and the most of the people would be at the night meeting and being a Baptist himself be attended the meeting He went j to the church unattended took a back seat where he could see and hear all that tiaasplred and was much Im pressed with the religious awe oi the people of Hartford and the rich ser mon delivered to them Toree little girls presented themselves for mem berahlp One of them teat little Nancy Ford old at daughter oi Dr i itnW Ford age 9 yea ft another r the daughter of Dr Hugene Pen dleton age lo yinrr and the other mat a daughter of A J William age i 10 years The three little girls that joined the church that night he said 1aremementoes ol his tarly dasa t Hartford Co Forbes saM that among those he first knew at Hart lord In the year 1849 was UlUhn M Ford his bother Harvey T Ford their fatherJohn Fordthe WillUmseii 1andlater John E Pendlrtun who ol care to Hartford to study medicine under his uncle Dr William Berry of f He said the most singular coincident ol taking these little girls Into church wen that of little Niocy F td Mt Pleasant Bttptlot church wa I i R1Arian zd at wh tis now Ford villa I About the year 1810 b ealy jtltlert from Virginia North and South Carolina Msnlind etc and was the tloldest daughter ol BekVer Dam flap Bcfort Eilsha M Ford moved to UalUord he war clerk of Mt Pleas ant church and hVs many relatives 5i Iliving neat U were about all members church Yc ara njoCoV Foibj r s Awasthe moderator and membtr ol the f missionary b yard for this chntch and during that time at one of its pro titracted meetings two small boys of Harvey T Ford offred themselves as candidates for membership and their application was given due consideration by the church Forbss was told that the mother ot the boys thought them too young for mew o benhip Forbes sent their mother 1 word that it he had a hundred hands he would hold them all up to tak the little boys in and two happier i little souls was never wore unani mously received One ol these young Chrlitlans soon sickened and died and the other little boy is now Dr E W lather ol little Nancy Ford Forbes thinks that experience 1ForJ teach us to be very lenient contemplating the ape ol young tit converts for church membership He said that for clearly forty years he had been at Hartford on business pertaining to the county eat and after leaving the town he had always laid that Hartfordfor beautiful build educational facilities refined ooInglII well dressed peoplfwai lar ahead of any town of Its sirs he had ever been inand at present with Its many new and large enterprises and indus tries be thinks It has no equal in btheState and his object was for the citizens of the town who knew so little of the people of Hartford In the year 1849 and the fifties to hear him tell of the town and its r people at that time and to exhibit some relics of bill boyhood days at Hertford Col Forbes met some ol the busi ness men at iota m on the 22nd at the law office of Attorney R E L Slmmermsn and addressed them till called for by the stage driver to meet his train Col Forbes didnt take up his subject in Its regular order but spoke of events the people and other incidents connected with the town when he was a boy and exhibited some relics oi that time His full address lasted about two hours and Ii l there is no way to exhibit his strange collections but by parlor entertain menu lIe spotie in astern com minding voice which more indicated a military leader than thennassnming undertaker of a rural district that t 4 he let e An Unknown Kiss A kiss Is personal property Steal It at your o In Judge KerjrtenMonrt yesterday Edward Pox who yearnedior abU r N The Mammoth and the Mosquito I 4 What has come to In thousands of years seems credible Primitive man a weakling in comparison to modern man was able to conquer the huge won liters of thousands of years ago Mich as the Mammoth and today they are dead the and fly have neverieen conquered It Is now time for the scientist to devise methods for kill lug the mosquito and fly so that they will to the mammoth and the monster lizards The mosquitoes and flies are dan gerous enemlesof man because they spread contagion The mosquito often the- germ of malaria with his bite The house 8y spreads germs of disease over our food germs ever hunting for the weak find a place in our blood and then we suffer from grip catarrh eon sumption or malaria Dr R V consulting physi clan to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N Y says There would be no grip epidemics the germs of consumption would find no place in the human economy if the blood were pare if the lungs heart and other organs were fed on gooo blood Poisons should not be allowed to accumulate in the to be safe it is best to take a gentle laxative at least once a week Such a vegetable laxative as Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets contains nothing which could harm the system For the blood In order and as a- tluuebullder and tonic for those weakened by coughs colds catarrh grip nothing will buildone up quicker than Dr Piercea a Golden Medical Discovery This Is a med tine made entirely of roots and herb without the use of Dr Pierce Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of stampsforbinding to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y ol sentiment to relieve the monotory his prosy existence as a teamster WAX fined too with the alternative 210 days In the Bridewell and put tie Lizle Alexander when the ver diet wa read toned her head hau Jitily and tripped from the court oo m 1 I UtrveBiilrujuSirljshtl she exclaimed to a friend Think of him tying to kid meand without my ptrmlsBlon too Miss Alexander who is 17 years old was walking at Kedzle avenue and Seventieth street when she chanced to meet Pox who is three rears her senior Her dimpled cheek was temptingly rosyand Foxwell be didnt stop to count the conse quencer Before Miss Alexander re al z + d tba she was the object of adI miiatlon tbe teamster bad leaned over and attempted to plant a re sounding smack on the starboard dimple The kiss fell abut three Inches short but Miss Alexander screamed with as much vigor as If it had landI ed Then a policeman ran up and are rested Fox In court yesterday Fox was pent tent but not disposed to deny the truthI am sorry that I did it faltered he but I just couldnt help It I couldnt honestly I couldnt The fury first looked at the dim pled cheek then at Fox and the con elusion was that the two didnt snatch Hence the verdict agaipst r the teamster Fox sighed wearily as he was led from the court room Alter all he remarked with some feeling I am glad I didnt really kist her If I had they prob ably would have banged me r Congratulations- Mr John H Cullom Editor of the Garland Texas News has writteu a letter ol congratulations to the manu facturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby be was subject to croupy spells and we would be very uneasy about him We began using Chamber lains Cough Romedy in 1887 and fiodingit such a reliable remedy for colds and croup we have never been without it in the house since that time We have five children and have given it to all of them with good results One good feature of this remedy is that it is not disagreeable to take and our babies really like it Another is that it is not dangerous and thero is no risk from giving an overdose I congratulate you upon the success of your remedy For sale by all druggilluI m Buy at Home The following paragraph from tbe Danville Advocate gives some good advice to people who patronlz mall order houses This practice prevails to a great extent in all rural commu nities and as our wall not exempt we reprint the advocates advice as our sentiments exactly People should resolve to cut out the practice of patronizing mall order fibuses Itilaln injustice to totae business concerns who pay taxes to keep up the city government who support the churches arid echoes and ruinous to local business Whet goods are bought at home you hay opportunity to see what you are get tine And at the same time you upend your money where It may do your Bell and your community go id Tin patroi ale ol ma 1 order houses only serves to rid the community of your money and oftentimes tn fill your homis with shjddy and uniats factory goods It Is an I justice to the home mer chants toat so many hundred dolara Is annually spent with these outside concerns and the practice ought to be stopped A Prisoner In Her Own Home Mrs W H Layba of 1001 Agnes Ave Kansas CityMo has for sev eral years been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a bard cough which she says Would keep me indoors for day I was prescribed for by physicians with no noticeable re sulfa A friend gave me part of a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy with instructions to closely follow the directions and I with to state that after the firat day I could notice decided change for the better sod at this time after using it for two weeks have no hesitation io saying I realize that I am entirely cured This remedy is for sale by alt drug gists m Reflections of a Bachelor- A girl Is an awful nice thing not to expect any sense from A man can be happy smoking an old pipe and a woman looking at an old photograph Either a woman thinks her bus band is good looking or she says he Iii distinguished looking The gleatest surprise to the girl wbo gets kissed for the first time is tat there Is no taste to t- It disgusts a wo mat beyond me sure to have men want to la k about a stock market panic when it is rumored that one of her neighbors has a de ectlve shadowing her husband Mr Wm S Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheuma tism and lumbago He was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which lie did and it affected complete cure This liniment is for sale by all druggists ni Smoking and Eyesight Smoking to excess leads to some of the m s serious diseases to which our eyes are suijCt One of the mildest ol these HUH color blindness a result aid it may be trictd by the fact that those suflcilnu from It grad IEvery I Two Mzutes Physicians tell us that all the blood in a healthy human body passesthrough the heart once in two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole body suffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is sucha great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di before it enters the stomacha double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least pps sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you expect We will tend you a ample free Be sure that thli picture in the form of i label hon the wrap per of every bottle of- EmullIOllOII buy Scorn Bowws Chemists 409 PariS N Y 5011110400AU VItj ually cease to rucopmz varying tints until they can make out blue only At last lithe disease is unchecked they lose perception of that color alsoTobacco amblynpla Is a further development of the same trouble In which the sufferer ceases to distin guish form as well as color and ex ceaslve smokers of heavy black twist are peculiarly susceptible to this Sailors smoke such twist largely aud- Its I use his even been held to account for collisions at sea because the look out men were under its influence Persistence In this hbt may lead to total blindness +Found a Curo for Indlgeston I used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets for indigestion and find that they suit my case better than any dyspepsia rem edy I have ever triedand I have used many different remedies I am nearlyfiltyone years ofage and have suflereda great deal from indigestion I can eat almost any thing 1 waut to nowGeo W Em ory Rock Mills Ala For sale by all druggists m How Mexicans Test Eggs It is a common night in the plaza to behold a stall woman who is sell Ing two teals worth 61 eggs pick them up one by one put one end then the other to her lips and hand them over to tbe customer who re peats the Identicaloperation To the Inexperienced onlocker it seems as If they were tasting the ex tremities of the egg As a raatttr of fact they never touch the egg with tbe tongue The idea of the performance Is that when an egg Is fresh one end is dis tinctly colder than the other The toe which bra the air cbambr is the waruur of the two The human 111 s are exceedingly sensitive to heat and cold and even the novice at this form of egg testing promptly becomes a capable judge If both ends oi the egg reveal the same temperature that egg may be counted rs bad as it is a fairly good sign that the air chamber U bet ken and the contents spread equally within the shell The Diamond Cure The latest news from Paris in that they have discovered a diamond cure for consumption It you fear consumption or pneumonia it will be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T McGee of Vauleer Tenn I had a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and effected a permanent cure Unequaled quick cure for Throat and Lung Lroubles At Z Wayne Grit fin and Bros drug store price 50c and 8100 guaranteed Trial bottle free 5mDidnt Want a Lawyer I began to practice law In Dakota in the Tei ritorial days said the lawyer from Chicago Our Judges were sent to ui and some ot them didnt know auy more about law than they did about the political beliefs 01 the moundbuildtn One of them Ill call him Joneswas so appall ingly ignorant that it was a greet re lief when on the admission of North Dakota tothe Unionbe left the bench and begun the practice of law His successor was a man wholly without a sense of humor and the orly good thing heever said in his life was wholly accidental A man was brought to trikl charged with selling liquor to the Indlaiir The judge asked him if be had a lawyer to de fend him to No said the manl dont want a lawyer c Well said his Honor looking about the room till his eyes rested on bis predeceisor Ill appoint Judge Jones to defend him Bent Her Double I knew no one for tour weeksr when I was sick with typhoid a kidney trouble writes Mrs Ann Hunter of PittBBurg Pa and when I got better although I had one of the best doctor I could get I w toy bent double and had to teat hands on my knees when I walked From this terrible affliction 1 was res cued by Electric Bitters which re stored my health and strength and now lcan walk as straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guar anteed to cure stomach liver and kidney disorder at Z Wayne Grif fin Broe drug store price 60c m Subscribe for THE BETODUOAN eLin I wandhas been under hlapc supervision Its y Allow no ono deceive you int1t1ll y Aol Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger flee health off Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Karcotl substance Its ago is its guarantee destroys Worm and allays Fevcrishuess It cures Diarrhoea and WInl1IIt relieves Teething Troubles cures and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural Bleep Tho Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S9 Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CCNTAUH COMPANY TT NUSMTTaerb sew YORK Otn i e Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why Because It completely and at one It relieves the pang ot a Bring death AH cole of Tile can be cared by n surgical operation but you would rather have File cared without the knife IIUiniB POSITIVE PILE CUIIE will do It Made only by tM LeltchneIdr irni lCoUc For ale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Photography for th- eAMATEUR I I I x R at Half its Former Cost I IAtnericanJRI Our facilities enable us to furnish cameras of the highest grade at prices which cannot be metaSend for illustrated catalogue telling all about our 27 styles and sizes Free made sonal since Infancy to It It Colic CUrl 4804 I J 4x5 POLO 1 ieAMERICAN CAMERA MFG CO 946 St Paul St Rochester NY t t it H FEMAClRAMany remedies tor Female Diseaseare ontbe market but the only boo that bas proven to be an absolute cud pooltlre eon or all forme ol Fcmal Trouble U FEJIACOnX A tingle trial will coDTluc the raoit mieptlcal ot Iti almoit mla racalom caratlT powm Mad ont by th LEITCUP1ELD PHAIIMACAL COl IncForsaIbysJ H WILLIAMS Hartford Kyi itf + + fc ti n 1 4 r1- x I Hartford Republican t Iaed 101 the Ilnrtori rnbllshlngCotnpafiy ivccmioiuvrD I C E NMIT1I Editor TELrssotazcS- tough c=bln 31 12FRIDAY JANUARY 13 REPUBLICAN TICKET von KErnESEXTATIVK CHARLES C BEARD I Foil COUNTY JUDGE W B TAYLOR tc 1 IOlt COLNTY COUIIT CIKIIK a W S TINSLEY t i FOR COUNTY ATTOIINRY w K M WOODWARD rt FOB HIIEHIFF t R B MARTIN v 1011 JAILER OSCAR MIDKIFF FOIl8UIERISTENDENTOFSCHOOLSJAMES I t FOR ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH Jon SURVEYOR f f NATHANIEL MOXLEY l FOR CORONER JEROME ALLEN I Y FOR MAOISTltATE authorized to announce JOIN 1aIIULTZ M a candidate for the office of Me gds trate of the Cromwell district subject to the ec r tlonot the Republican party IF THE people of Arizona and New Mexico do not care to enter the Union as one State the rest of the people of the country wIll be content to have them remain territories aa they no areA COLORADO grand jury has just t returned thirtyone indictments all charging fraud ia the recent election This is quite a severe blow to woma- suffrage as a purifying element i r politics it COL BRYAN again gets an adverse decision in the matter of his 50000 claim in the Philo Bennett estate I The next will the Colonel writes he will be apt to collect his fee in adI vance IATELEGRAM to the Philadelphia I Record from a New Hampshire town I gives a detailed account of a funeral conducted by telephone The tele phone it evidently growing more useful aa time advances i THE joint Statehood bill which provides for the admission to the Union of Oklahoma and Indian Ter ritory as one State and Arizona and New Mexico aa another State has been the chief topic of consideration in the National Senate this week TUB REPUBLICAN tenders its col umns to the county organization of the American Society of Equity or any other farmers organization for a free discussion of questions pertaining to the interest of the order or its put poses by its members or others interested therein directly or otherwise- IT is reasonably certain that Presi dent Roosevelt will call an extra session of Congress in tbe early autumn of this year It is stated that tariff revision to meet industrial changes inaugurated in recent years and the extension of the powers of the inter state commerce will be the chief mat ters of consideration 11 s GEN STOESSEL who recently Buri ti rendered Port Arthur to the Japanese declares that he did rot know at th time that the Russian army had bee driven from Liao Yang On the F contrary he thought Gen Kuropat kin was advancing on the besieging I Japanese army with a strong force and coming to his relief 1 1 THE verdict of the jury in the case of Mrs Marcum against Jam- eargispargis and company to the that Hargis Callahau Jett an White conspired together for the murder of J B Marcutu menus in VMrs simply a pecuniary gain for Marcum It bears out the con tention of people throughout the State that Jett and White were hired + R asjim i i tie eml y of Jim Har x I gis and Ed Callahan It shows tht a county judge and a sherifl swor peace officers of a Kentucky moun tain county have been guilty of encouraging I nssistingaidinf and abel ting the perpetration of one of foulest crimes that was ever commit ted in a civilized country MAYOR WILLIAM DnEsNEsa lif long Democrat and prominent in thB councils of his party in Alabama pays the following tribute to President Theodore Roosevelt WeV got a man up yonder in Washington says Mr Dreuueu catbnt IB President of all the people all the time I went to Washington last Tuesda night imagining that President loose volt was a brusque abrupt burly strenuous boisterous domineerin personality a sort of half crank and halt genius a crosa between a broncobuster and a swordswallower I came back to Birmingham convinced that there is not this round world over a more gentle refined j gracious winning cordial sympathetic lovubli gentleman than the man who greeted us last Friday at the White House I believe that everyone in our party who had the pleasure of meeting tb President left the White House sati fled that the Chief Magistrate of this country of ours is a great and good- man The feeling with all of us was strong that he is one of the best and greateat men who have yet held that exalted office President Roosevelt is manly through and through He is proud of his country and his countrymen Unless I gintw steadily in public estimation and wIn leave the White House one of the most deservedly admired Presidents we have ever had There is one rational way to treat nasal catarrh the medicine is applied direct to the affected membrane Tb rew stores the inflamed tissues to a healthy state without drying all the life out of them and it gives bicit the lost senses of taste and smell The sufferer who Is tired of vain experiment Druggistne 5n6 Warren street New YOlk will mail it IPDlIc Sale On Thursday January 26th 1905 I will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder at my farm 5 miles west from Hartford about 250 bushels of Corn 40000 pounds of Haya span of work Mules one Milch Cow and five head of young CattleTerms Twelve months time LARKIN WILLIAMS Centertown Ky RENDER Jan IoW H Mirror of Central City was here on business lest Wed nesdayRobert McDowell returned to his home last Wednesday from Her rin Ill where he had been for the past four months Miss Myrtle Ingram of Herrin Ill Is the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs E S Reid K J McKenny of Louisville was here on business last Wednesday Walter Blackburn was In Rcckport last Wednesday Jno Francis left for Martins Ferry Ohio latt Wednesday where he will make his home fur the future Richard Sidenlus of Hartlord was here last Thursday Monroe Baize was In Roslne last Thursday T P Sloy of Depoy was here las Thursday Rev B W Godfrey of Louisville was here last Friday Miss Lockie Wilson returned to her home in Echols last Saturday after visiting her sisters Mrs Wm Boone and Mrs Jno Carr CitynedSundayMessrs Joe House Jas Cates and Dave Salsburg of Central City were here lest Sunday Rev B W Godfrey preached an Interesting sermon here last Sunday night yesI yesterdaydr visiting her cousin Mrs F E Har- I rls for the past tour weeks C T Edwards of Horton was the guest of his son George yester day Mefsra W H Richardson and Geo Lyons ol Louisville were here o r Dyspepsi I j Is an indication that the i stomach and other di etive otr causes in end of aches and pains an I is most common where people bolt their meals and hurry and worry as the HoodsSarsanarUlaj cures dyspepsiait has U c magictouch II in disease For testimonials of remarkable cures Send for Book on Dyspepsia No 5 J C h Hood Co Lowell Mast yesterdayJno Scott ol Paducah was her e yesterdayHarry Bridges ot Louisville wa here to day Mints did not run to day on ac count of pipe line being frozen si they could not get water Messrs C L Loney Bud June are on the sick list wit gripe Jno T Main moved his family chefsfuture home The Spirit of Winter The Spirit of Winter Is with us making its presence known In many different ways sometimes by cheeiy sunshine and glistening snows and sometimes by drvlng winds nod blinding storms To many people it seems to take a delight In making bad things worse for rheumatism twists harder twinges sharper catarrh be comes more annoying and the many symptoms ot scrofula are developed sad aggravated Tnere Is not much poetry In this but there is truth aad it is a wonder that more people dont get rid of these aliments The made iclne that cures themHoods Sari a parilla Is easily obtained and there la abundant proof that its cures are radical and permanent LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK BUFORD Jan 4 Christmas has come ana gone have had a good time live par ties and more reported for the future Misses Virile Graven and Verda Holbrookt visited in Rpckport Ky luring the holidays Miss Josle Megan visited in Pleas ant Ridge the first of the week Mr Walter Blair and wile moved home Saturday Edgar Woodward and family have = one to Offensboro to keep hotel with Mr Helve Axton on Fredrlca streetJohn King and family moved to Bells Run Sunday Born to the wife of Simon Wlglng ton on last we k a fine pine pound Mother and child doing well 1Mr Harry Murphy wile and baby r of Owencboro spent the holidays With Dr E E Cottrell and wile returning home Sunday James Garrett end family of Oro ensboro and Mr Chas Whaland and family of Tell City Ind visited Mr R R Cundiff and family during the holidays returning home Friday Mrs Settle Hoover of Clear Run and Mrs Lizzie Harper ol Barnetts Creek visited friends and relatives weektMis Theodore Allen and daughter Miss Lola visited near Bethabra Da vies county last week Mr Lute Easterday of Beda visited Mr John Blair and family last Thurs day night Mr Noble Hudson has lagrlppe Mrs Seth Riley has been on the bettertMr A G Holbrooks of Maxwell died at 4 oclock Tuesday morning of blood poison He leaves a wife and a 1host of friends to mourn his loss He was well beloved by all who new him HERRIN ILL Jan 9 1905I Editor REPUBLICAN As it has ben a long time since I have seen anything in your valuable paper from this city I will try this week to send you a few Items Mr John Miller of this city hasI returned after a business trip to trot City and Smallhoua for a week or more Walter Syfert has resigned his po sition as weighman lor the Chicago Herrln Coal Co at this place George Campbell and family have moved from Grape Creek Illto Her rln to reside for the future froI Campb formerly lived at Render KyIMr Frank L Woodring of Vine Gr eKy And a Mr H Itt or Cecilia Kyhave opened up a having paro cityI its In Murphrey III a few dope ngoy Otis fjrinerl lived at Livermore Ky Harry HarrtH ol Linton Ind for wetly of Render has accepted eui- ployinent with the Chicago Cxtttr- vllle Coal Co ol this city A big turn out is expected Tuesday beYRuined Life- Misses Winnie Swoflbrd and Little relatverlBoth report a fine time Barney Rowe was In Ca tetville cst Saturday afternoon bibs Emma Gallignn hAS rtsienec her position us clerk for the Big Muddy Coal Co and hoe accepted a po sltlon with the Elks Store Co ot this 9city Flank and Judson Rowe were In Johnson City last Sunday Miss Stella Burlh visited her s ster Mis Ves Berwick of Carerville last week gladIWillie Dnrutnlng put In his appear ante on Xmas day tbe fi si time her has been home lor 18 teas Ad news Is scarce I hush lor this time by wishing Tint REPyuuCAN and all its readers much success rQuarterly Report OP THK Ohio County Bank- At the Close of Business on December 31 1904 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 5500311 Overdrafts secured 2 87542 Overdrafts unsecured 768 88 Dae from National Banks 12105 64 Banking house and lot 5 ooooo Other real estate 10000 Overstocks and bonds 1216286 Specie 273225 Currency 1659 00 4 39125 Exchange for clearings 64317 Other Items carried as cash 12838 Furniture acd fixtures 51000 Current expenses last quarter charged off Debts in suit i 14586 Total 94 82457 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 10000 00 Surplus fund 100000 Undivided Profits 12821 Due depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check m which Interest lnot pild f10 83385 Time certificates of deposits on which interest Is paid 67944 34 7877819 Due National Banks 121 18 One State Banks and bank era 242 79 Bills rediscounted 4 554 21 Total 94 824 57 BUrrLEMESTARY 1 Highest amount ol Indebtedness ol any stockholder person company or firm lD eluding In the liability ol the company or firm the liability of the Individual member thereof directly or Indirectly II inch Indebt done exceed 20 I er cent of capital stork actually paid In and actual amount of cur plus ot the bank sl74 2 How Ii Indebtedness stated In above Item 1 iJcnrfd rer onal Kecurlty See section 63 Kentucky Statute 3 Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer If amount of curb Indebt ednent exceeds 10 per tent of paidup capital stork of baDkSoDeI-eSection CM Kentucky Statutes 4 Howl came secured 5 Doe amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm Including In the lia batty of the company or firm of tbe Individ ual members thereof exceed SO per cent ot paldnp capital and actual surplusNoI- fso state amount of such Indebtedness 8 Amount if last dividend M 7 Were all expenses loose Interest and taxes deducted threlrom Worn declaring dividend and was not lees than 10 percent ofnet profits ol the bank for the period cov ered by the dividend earned to the snrpln rood before nald dividend was declared None declared See Section KM Kentucky Statutes Htdteof Kentackylee County 1 H K Cox Proprietor Ohio County Hank a Hank located and doing business In the city of Hartford In said county being duly worn says the foregoing report Is In all respect a truotate meat of tbe condition ot tbe mid llmk at the close of basinet on the 31th day of December IDM to the Let of his knowledge nod belted and further says that the business of said Hank has been transacted at the location named oDd not elsewhere and that the above report Is road In compliance with an official notice received frqm the Secretary bt State designating the Slit day of December IWMo the day on which such report stall be madeS K Cox Proprietor Snbicrlbed and sworn to before In by S K Cox the 4tbtay of January loot 1 W UEIIIO C ly Commlsilon fxplres January 17 ItWi EO P BARNES V BRO Tho oxoitenuiit and bustle of tho holiday seas on is now over toad thurcduotion of stock prepar atory to our soniianmial inventory is coninwnd ilgour attention Remnants Odds and Ends in every duptirtinont have been verytnater ially reduced in price In some lines elorytuti ole in itis subject to a cut in prico If You Need a ladys misses or childs Wrap you will Hud tho price greatly reduced- If You Need a boys or mans Overcoat our price will please you If you want a now Dress new Waist or now Skirt wo have tho material for either und the Skirts readymade also anti will make tho prico to your advantage Listen Here Tho Dry winter has been unable to force many of you into heavy Boots and Shoes but the snows und slosh of tho present demands better protection for tho feet and we firmly beliovo that wo carry tho strongest and most durablo lino of heavy Boots and Shoes sold in this territory For nine teen years we have sold Honest Miko Boots and Shoes Do you suppose any firm would handle any article that long unless they were firmly convinced that they had tho best the market affords Our Seamless and Level Best Shoes for men boys and children have proven to le trade wins ncrs and strictly satisfactory Shoes to tho wearer Our ladies misses and childrens lino of Shoes are second to none in tho country anda pair bought from our stock will satisfy you for the 0 prices we char eyo- uBeaver Dm Ky TAKE THE REPUBLICAN r The Best I Bar air isFi i To you are low prices on seasonable goods That 4s goodstifor immediate use and not for stuff that you must lay away for four or five months before using So wo have concluded to make a bid for your business for the next 31 days the fi month of JanuaryiWe must reduce our stock and to do so wo will give our customers tho benefit of 10 per cent discount on each purIchase made between January 1 and 31 inclusive Of course it means a loss to us but is your gain and wo must standhit Just do a little figuuring and you can at once see what it means For instance a barrel of Flour at 675 should be 608 One dollars worth of Bacon would be 9Uc Shoes ts at 350 would be 315 a suit of clothes at 1250 would be 1075 and so on down tho lino so dont put it off until it is to latebut come and get first choice in Suits Shoes Rub bers Rubber Boots Hats Caps and Gloves rho most com plete lino of Overcoats and Trousers in this section at these prices is a sure winner Bring us your Produce Furs Hides Chickens Eggs Turkeys Geese and Ducks for which we will give you tho best market price Nothing charged at these Figu- resBrown Mercantile Co INCOl POlATED McHenry Kentucky 1 IJI I C p f i Co u r9 r 1L M rY rr7 19Ss 4 l 4J Ten Days SpecialsFoll- owing our usual custom before stocktaking wo are going to mako to tho public some special clos ing prices on Overcoats Ladies Jackets Millinery + Comforts and Blankets Note Prices below and como at once Suuply limited Overcoat Specials Five Overcoats of nice quality Beaver cut long strap back well lined and trimmed a regular 000 Coat on sale for ten days only at the low A AO price of iqHv O lengthesell for 1200 cloying price tladies Jackets Out of our big stock only twelve are loft Tho r price of thes garments was 800 All now and sty Hah They come castor and black sizes 32 34 30 Certainly a Bargain Your choice of the 498lot only Millinery Specials if Our Never Carry Over motto will bo rigedly on If forced Our entire lino must move at somo price so bifits a Hat you want and want it stylish andcheap como directly to us No words oxchanged about tho price Take your pick make tho paice and take it1 along w- Comforts and Blankets Plenty of weather for them yet and its a shame to slaughter thorn in this sale but we have them and they must bo turned into cash Its our loss and yourgain Elevenfour all wool 500 Blankets choicp 308 Elevenfour Cotton Mixed 200 Blankets 138 Big size quilted Comforts 89c Extra quality quilted Comforts lined with white cotton 129 These specials are not all Wo keop on hands at all times bigger values in Dress Goods Mattings Carpets Furnishings etc than any house in Ohio L county Remember our terms arc strictly cashwith fair ad curteous treatment to all Wo cordially in vito you to make our house your trading place for 1905 h the- PuceI Is i j Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 13 I ii 1 Illinois Central RailroadTime ITable I I Horlh Ron Md OlSldl a m olKOn U 80pm 0tor dace 317 pm lIolh Board- o 121 dua1e71 r m NoIOI due 2M p m No Ill dor b 40 m Carson Bros pays cash for Furs W S Carter Centertown called see as Tuesday OTryour Pickled Pigs Feet fine Ky Restaurant Rev J A Bennett Beda was a easant caller Tuesday Mr Larkin Williams Centertown lieU to see us Tuesday F Seed oats for sale at The Hartford 111 Gos place of business U We still have a few Cloaks left hich we will close out at low figures CARSON Co Leave your Laundry at Cleve llera rocery Work guaranteed Prompt silvery 46tf Bay OUT Scholarship in the Massey uslness College located at Louis llle Position guaranteed j You ought to get some of our mix Fieed for your old cow and get a full of good milk tf HARTFORD MILL Co a elegant Ueof Ladles Dress Skirts can be found at Sam Bachs Dont fall to see them bfore pur ckulr elsewhere v i i 1 rN For good things to eat go to the City Restaurant Try our Hot Drinks so good City RetadraatINicest line ofFrutls and Candles In Hartford at City Restaurant You can get Glass any size youI want up to 63 Inches at Hartlord MlIII Cos if Nabisco Cheese Sandwich Frail Cake Almond BonBons at City Restaurant I I Preen Oysters Fish Celery and Cranberries constantly on hand at City Restaurant Col C M Baraett who has been at home for the past few days returDI ed to Louisville Wed dI1IBring your lure to Sam Bach the Hartford merchant He will take all youve got and pay you the highest cash price We have all kinds of bargains for you during January 1915 Bring on your cash and see UIIiCARSON CoI Messrs P A Moxley W F StevI ens and Shelby Wallace of t eNo creek neighborhood were pleasant callers Tuesday The Hartford Mill CoIs continually adding new machinery and build ing material to Us plant and vis pre pared to furnish almost anything in theirlinettWe have upon our shelves some big bargains In Overcoats and Dies Goods Visit us for these articles and you are sure to ICARSON Wehave another big job in odd Paste which we have put on our bargain Counter at ioo and 157 Come to us for bargains In plants J CAUSoN Co t I The Fiscal Court having completed its work adj turned Wednesday Mr C J Edmund died oi consump don at his home near Cromwell Inst MondayeLeslie Wedding Nashville TennI Is the guest of his parents Mrs S J Wedding Cream Cheese Brick Cheese Sausage Boneless Haw Dried nee and Crackers at City Restaurant Circuit Clerk E G Uarrass who has been confined to his room for the past few days Is able to be out again Mr Oscar and Clelland Flener at tended the funeral ot their uncle Mr C J Edmund last TuYslay ntar Cromwell Mr and Mrs L T Bar ad receiv ed a new visitor at their home last Friday a fine baby by named Charles Milton Miss Lula Walker has accepteda position is stenographer and assist ant bookkeeper with the Williams Coal Company L M Sandefur has purchased J B rosters stock of groceries and will In a short time open up with a com plete line ol groceries Mrs Winfield Marrlson Owens boro arrived at Hartford yesterday to be at the bedside of her hnband who Is quite ill at the residence of Mr C B Morrison The Board of Supervisors adJ urned Wednesday to give the Sherlfl and his deputies time to serve the notices of property raise They will reassem ble on January 25th Miss Laura MotUn returned from Calhoun the latter part ol last week where she had been engaged In mak lag a stenographlcal report of the ev Idence In the Armer trial At a meeting of the stockholders of the Bank of Hartford held last Monday all the officers were reelected This speaks well for the officials and Indicates that the banks affairs are be Lug satisfactorily conducted On his return from home Monday to attend the continued session of Fiscal Court Esq John M Graham was accompanied by his wife who was the guest of Mrs Clarence Mor dean during the first of the week Miss Steven at the home of her father J P Stevens at Beaver Dam Thursday night ol last week Iron SepticaenlaMter funeral- servlcescondacted by RevEMCroe- her remains were Interred at the Liberty cemetery last Friday Buy our scholarship In the Massey Business College at Louisville It is good for either the commercial or shorthand department It entitles you to go as long as you want to P08IU guaranteed by this school Apply at REPUBLICAN office Hon C M Crowe left Wednesday for Frankfort to be present at theI opening ot the State Legislature yesterday Mr Crowe is a member of the House ol Representatives from the second district ot Davieas county but hue resided here since last July Mr Riley Felix died at his home lout miles East of Hartford Monday pi lung trouble He was 70 years old andone the countys beet citizens Funeral services were conducted by Rev R D Bennett at i oclock Tues day alter which interrment took place at the Brown burying ground We have just canvassed our Shoe stock and find that we have 70 pairs jihoes to close out at greatly reduced prices These shoes are for Men Ladles and Children The stock in these Shoes Is first cliae but a lot ot odds and end Wehave placed them on the bargain countersCARSON Co The following persons have paid their snbscrition to THE RBPuniiCAN since our last issue J E Fugle and WB Render Hartford R CLeschI Nashland Tex J W Kessinger Tecumseh Ok R W Ragland Horse Branch J R Bennett Fords vllle WE Render Livermore Rev Jo A Bennett Nocreek W S Carter Centertown J H Scott Preutlst and DJ Wilcox Rockport B1a misplacement of the wordI l1otluthe reportolthe Ohio Coun I ty Bank which appeared In THE Rn PUBLICAN last week the item Deposits I subject to check on which Interestlsl1otpaldjwas made o read on which Interest is paldand the Item Time certificates of deposit on which interest is paidI was made to read on which interests not p ldTbe as furnished I ns by the bank omclals1a correct and J proper The error mentioned wai made by the printer In putting it in type See the report as corrected in another column The Kern Edwards Stock Co will present a fine sHIes of entertain ments at Taylors Opera Hall January z6 27 and 28 There are 18 people in the Company including 8 fine spec ial Vaudeville actors Optra House managers wheretbeyhevebeentelur me I cm stand behind the Company as it is an extragood one The will be general admissions 352 re served seats soc children as- A C TAYLOR Manager Opera House Hon H P Taylor has procured the conveyance of a franchise to build waterworks in Hartford The franchise provides that the work of construct ion must be begun in good faith with in six months or the right will be forfeited Mr Taylor baa been consid ering the erection cl waterworks in Hahlord for the past several years andnow says be Is going to build them This is a much needed im provement and Mr Taylor will have the hearty cooperation of the people in his undertaking A Dyeing Mans Story- I am ready to dye clean and press Mens and Boys Suits and Ladles Skirts recollar Overcoats repai- Shoes and Boots and put on rubbe- Heels make and repair Harness pa4 and repair Saddles Come and are the Dyeing Man H L LEACH Tailor Shoe an Harness Shop Beaver Dam Ky r Rev Archer at Opera House Rev WG Archer ol Owensboro will give to Hartford a rare treat at the Opera House next Monday night January i6th in his popular lecture entitled Pleasurevllle A FRW PRESS NOTICES liThe lecture last night by Mr W G Archer was a magnificent effort and was frequently applauded The Do lag Wheeling W Va It was a great appeal for the brotherhood of man eloquently spok en and filled with sparkling wit and sound senseSt Clairsville 0 GazetteThe Archer lecture Thursday night was listened to by an audience that filled every Inch of standing room and war a martetpleceAl bany Advance Rev W G Archer lectured at opera house list night and for an hour held his audience spellbound by his oratorical flights It was by fa the greatest lecture in the course Grand Ridge Ill Republican Resolutions of Respect Hay ntsvllle Union No r American Society oi Equity Whereas our brother Jordan H Haynes a member o7 true fellowship oi Haynesville Union No I departed this life on the 3rd day oi December 194 now we the members of slid Union do set apart a page in our rec j ord book to commemorate the both erbood and death of said brother J H Haynes and while we do this in rej membranes ol our departed brother and mourn his departure we tender breevedefamily in their sorrow and bereaves went i t We ask the county paptrj of Ohio county to publish this notice of re spectIDone by orderof Haynesville Union NO1 A S of E December 13 19 4 Biggest and Strongest Com pany on The roadIThe Kerns and Edwards Stock Co who will appear at the Oper at House atMcHenry Monday Tuesday and 11enroateSonbretteheads the castwith a strong supporting company The roster reads S Kern pro prietor and manager G W Ingle berth business manager Jerry Mc Donough leading man H W Payton Heavy Walter Sharp second Heavy Eva tern song Petra Miss Della Creed Juvenile Vaudevillercomedian Barrett and Glenmore Illustrated songs I McHenryda from the manager of the Manchester Ohio Opera House where the Kern Edwards Company have completed an engagement saying that the Com pany Is in every respect satisfactory and that they are endeavoring to book them for anbther date Dont forget the Arch14 er Lecture M 0 n night Jan 16 BEDA Jan uRev J A Bennett preached at the M E church Sunday and Sunday night the pastor being absent MlssEnola Her has returned to Champaign 111 after a two weeks visit to her mother Mrs Hettle l1er Mrs Delta Cook and little son Ed ward Owentb ro who have been visiting Mrs Carson returned home Tuesday- r Mrs Bernyce Dodson Louisville who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs B M Bennett returned Saturday to resume her School work Mr Leman Llle left last Tuesday for Arkansas to be absent several weeks Misses Albertie and Blanch Greer W05 the winter once this only Misses Childrens Shoes Made of the best material A nice 12 to3jat at 100 to Childrens Shoes made of goingShoes all sizes material at Thirtyfive pairs at pairs that we guarantee satisfaction which sold at x50now at Our Lincis allwool black regular price 750 now 490 Only few left Come at once long52inchreal value 850 now offered at 595 Because an overstocked line B and Overcoats which we for Xmas are ofloring them at 30 per cent below tho real val ue Dontforgot this We Your Head Wit stylee spent Tuesday night with Ethyl nett Miss Edna Bennett Is visiting her aunt Mrs Willie Buchannon Evans vllle Ind iMlsller Era Llle and Bessie Showm are in Ovensboro Nathan Bennett Tolo 111 Is visiting hfs parents Mr end MrsL N Bennett School will close here Friday very nice programme has been arfranged for the occasion end every one invited to be Loree little daughter of Mr and veryIMr Hosea Shown has recently purchased the farm of Mr Thomas t Hlcky and moved to same the first of the week IMr ilason of near Centertown has moved with his family to Mr John Showns Mrs Mildred Barnett is very ill at this writing MUs Clara Bennett went to Hart ford Saturday Mr Earnest Stewart of the Shink le Chapel neighborhood visited his brother Dr J D Stewart last week Mesdames Her Bennett Miss Mollle Humphry called on Mrs W C Bennett Monday afternoon Rev Caneyvllle will preach here Sunday The being favorable Jar him to make the trip Born to the wife of Mr Rupert Bennett on Tuesday a boy Opera Monday night January 16 W 6 Archer in his famour sec ture entitled Pleasure ville Admission 25cts RuniJan zoTbe members of tills church and Pastor are papering the church at this place this week Miss Evelyn Jamison is visiting s sister Mrs Florence Wilson neajr Olaton this week Mrs Ford who has a cancer on her lace Is oo better Mrs Phleby Christian and daughter Mrs R A were the guest of their friend Mis B A Heavrln Sun day afternoon Mrs Cooper closed her school last at White Oak 4 near this place Miss LnlaSandbatch of White Oak visited Salem school last Wednesday Mrs Delia Miller who has bleu confined to her bed for sometime with consumption Is no Rev H D Birch sad family of Shreve have moved near this place Rev Baker filled his regular at Salem Sunday- S M Wilson Is gradually down New Prices Will Follow New Year In our store We open with a rush of bargains so dont delay to call on us if you havent stocked yourselves up for in Clothing Shoes Dry Goods Etc If you have not be sure and come at and if you have call again We are offering some recordbreaking bargains Come and bring this list with youVe name a few articles of our large stock and very Misses Shoe sizes 175 flue make and 115 finer grade 150 Sixteen to formerly going 200 Unexcelled- In Clothiqg liens and fancy SuitS a colors of of Suits broughton we Can Cover Bea IHr present Wbltesvilte and Harnard weather House CANE her Nancy Wilson Hattie Thursday better appointment going or color for 135 We also sell a gen uino Swan hat guaranteed to hold its shape for 200 Also a big line of higher grade Hats in all the latest shapes Remember that we have a complete line of Woolen Dress Goods OutingUlothcals lOc Linen Gc Bleached Cotton 5c to 8cClJpes Jackets Comforts an everything else in the Dry Goods Line in proportion We Have the Goods And can furnish you with anything in our line at less than you can buy it elsewhere Snmoquality too On account of a fall we find that Wu lOI overstocked on winter goods and ruth er than them over we are disposing of them at sacrifice prices We hope this will impress you to como at once for we certainly mean what we say You will find everything just as i representedi SAM BACH Hartford ni +x r r b fir rgtr Y Mrrvlt ury T r jlJ9p ftfi w e arty p ai jSOUVENIR GOLD DOLLARS The Louisiana Purchase Expos tion to Only Sold 40000 f of the 250000 The board ol directors ol the Louis lava Purchase Exposition Co decided that the federal government be advised that the exposition comps wishes to turn back for melting s Idto remlnthig 193000 oi tbe 350000 go IdIf souvenir dollars coined for the Worlds Fair Only 40000 have been sold the exposition company wish eaIs Ttoreserve 20000 coin for futi sales The coins are sold for f3 sac A Poor Remedy President Finlrty ot the United Irish League of America was talking dui ing the recent New York conventio- about a remedy for Ireland that he did not approve- It Is a senstleis remedy he said It Is an Illogical remedy He smiled Then he went on a Suppose you were a gardner And suppose you got a position withI 1aman whose front garden contained a heap oi stonea and rubbishtheI ruins of a wall or outhouse or some thing oi that sort And suppose your employer should nay to you James my son I dont like the looks of this great heap of refna- j here in the root oi the garden I want you to dig a hole and bury it You would reply naturally enough sI can dig a hole and bury it sir But what will I do with the dirt from the hole that will be left over yvSuppse In this difficulty your employer onslder a little while shoula t and then say 1 Dig the hg jtg enough to hcli d tnd rubbish both You wouldnt think that much oi a remedy would you MM Mary 8 Crick ofWhite Plains Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic for yeare tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse J3y the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottle am fully restored in weight health and strengthand can eat whatever I like There is no remedy in the world equal to Ko dot Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro min His Order for Eggs There Is a certain lawyer of the town who devotes all his leisure time to the perpetration of elaborate and solemn jokes Nobody on earth Is too august for him to tackle He was In London last summer andone morning he went into a restaurant with his most dignified air and pro ceeded to order breakfast I want two eggs said he to the waiter I want one fried on one side and the other fried on the 01 other for The walter nodded and withdrew luABeg pardon sir said he but I am afraid I didnt quite catch your order Would you mind repeating- it InNot at all said the American solemnly I want two eggs one ol them tried on one side and the other = on the other Thank you sir and the waiter I thought that was what you said but I wasnt quite sure sir Five minutes later an apologetic waiter returned to the Americans el bowPbut the cook and I have hadtomet words Would you mind having if those eggs scrambled J c D1lttRTdRZABears teeThe Rind You Hare Alwap Butt aIa rI-tct r What One Man Did It Is oi interest to sum up the reo suits ot a seasons work In the case oi a farmer Irlend ol ours who owns and cultivates a 163 acre farm In a western ney State It goes without saying that he has a good farm and is a good farmer He has seventy tons ol fineclover and L evtimothyherd of fifteen cows shows up cream sacheckshe has 3000 bnshesl ol oats in the granery 2500 bushels of corn ready to crib 200 bushels ol potatoes and no end of garden track he has three percheron colts twelve grade Short horn calves and ninety thrifty Poland China shoats which will bring him flo each His wife has sold 83 worth of eggs and has I I J too thirty turkeys ffnd over a hundre chickens ready for the mark et He has tits tall plowing all done and a good big pile of dry wood for winter use His taxes are 60 and he owes no man a dollar He take s elsht papers and thrte magazines am and hoe handled his farm with the help of up todate machinery one hired man end his sons help during goens tbe agricultural college r there is any Americas citizen better fixed or so situated that more en joyment can be got out of living thanI our friend we should like to know rewhere to find him 1Curious Animal- A boy who was required to write an essay on hens produced the follow ing nHear Is curious animate They dont have no nose nor no teeth noi no ears They swallow their wattle whole and chew it up in their crops inside of em The outside of hens is generally put into plllers and into featherdasteis The inside of a hen I something filled with marbels and shirt buttonsand slch A hen Is veiy much smaller than a good many other animals but theyll dig up more potato plants than anything that ales a hen Heas is very ostlul to tat eggs lor plum puddings Hens have got wings and can fly when they hearewith a hatchet and it frightened ne to death PartyIsurprise party may be given to your stomach and liver by taking a medicine which willrelieve their pain and discomfort vizl arealwhatTie relief and CUfe1 lot headache dizziness and constipation 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug rare Hartford m In the Orchard Trees o not like wet let any better than we do- A north slope may b bad for to mato fruits but It is not a bad loca tion for tree fruits Blighted branches on our pear trees We must cut out such putuls once and we should be sure to cut below the diseased woodjIn many orchards the trees are planted too close together you get trees to the acre but you lose quantity and quality of fruit Nuts tree seeds and pits intended for planting next spring will sprout more readily subjected to freezing this winter Mix them with sand and have them outdoors all winter An Electric Cow Milker The applications rof electricity are end various and the pbilitiesrled use are almost beyond c acepv dos but probably few have thought tbe electric agent as a substitute the oldfashioned method of milk g cows But our consular agent at Gens Germany in a report to the State Department describes an elec rate apparatus for milking cows acttually in use in that parrot Germany this contrivance rubber hoods are attached to the udder ol the cow DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newsP lacers Is sure to of the wonderful cures by Dr Kilmers SwampRoolc the great remedyIt cal triumph of the nineIteenth century covered after years of nent kidney and blad der and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root Is not rec ommendedforeverythingbutlfyouhavekld liver or bladder trouble It will be found 1Inpractice among the helpless too poor to pur I chase relief and has proved so successful In g- erycase that a special arrangement has made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have ample bottle sent free by mall also a booka telling more about SwampRoot and to find out It you have kidney or bladder troublet When writing mention reading this generous offer hi this paper and send your address to CaBinghamton I made byDr idollarDont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kllmers I BinghamtonNY A4 Ijw These hoods are connected with a vessel for receiving the milk by means ol a rubber tub from which the air is exhausted by means of t aelectrical device It is claimed tbe suction thus secured resembled very closely the sucking ofainf ad that for the reason the cow le down her milk more freely than when milked by hind It is also claimed that absolute cleanliness ol the milk may be secured when thi method of milking Is employed Agree Not to Kiss A little red button worn by some 310 women old and young married loud indifJerent among the leading social sets of the City ol Mexico marks a new departure or rather R new step in progress This little rnnnd red button signifies member ship in what is known as the Anti Kissing League Members of the league take solemn n pledge no t kiss each othtrin public or p iv i e but put it on tbe ground that kl s ip Is contagious or rather the me n sof conveying contagious disease from one fair lip to another There is nothing visible to tl e naked eye in the constitution ol thit league against klsslnit other than members of the lenmle persuasion and in fact the practice aside Iron the supposed danker ol infection I decidedly to the male sense not only deplorablbut unnecessary When ne wotraa tikes two tr three min cites of time In a street car to kllt three or four olher women before alighting from the car she certainly violates tbe golden rule by making all those pagsttJgers walt tow tar this pew league wIll conduct Is of fensive ana dfenitlve campaign re mains to be seed- Feeding AU animnlo on Live the Ii Stockl that may not be i 1t others The farmer should take ad vantage of this fact and ullliz all the matetibls that might be v a ted II there were some animals that would not accept them A judicious use ol feed cutter mint g a little bran and coral with the cat food and tempting the animals with a variety will ren der seivlcable even such food 88 wLtat There are several methods ol saving corn odder that will mlke it acceptable to dainty animals Folly for the Wise Its a lung skirt that has no turn ingNone but the brave go to a fair A little actress is a dangerous thingHeaven lies abut us in our infancy mid this world tits ibjut us when we are grown up How It Was Fixed The Man Your daughter tele honed me to call and fir jour piano Her FatherWhnts the matter il- The Man One of the strings Is brokenHer Father What will it cost to repair the broken stringy The Man Two dollars Her Father Wellheres 5 Break rest ol em For the Needlewoman Pretty jabots are made from fine lace handkerchiefs Gilt threads are used with good ef ect in embroidering white linen collar and belt sets Pretty plaited waists oi sea green albatross figure among the least ex icnsive blouses The uewold and exquisitely beau Hal ribbon embroideries appears on a rafts belts bags and gowns An ingenious woman made an old white lace shawl into a beautiful eves linl it with innu plmerableSome of the lingerie petticoats have flounces and rnffllea cut out in deep callops tiny rnfflts of narrow lace setd on the under ruffle and showing in If b the fanshaped apaces- Embrolderled Dr brussels lace cravats ate among the pretty models that may be easily constructed at home They may be of white cream or black tet and the embroidering done in eometrical designs A newspapercutting book can be contrived by making an outer cover cartridge paper and Inserting be wiea it a blank paper writing pad III from which the leaves are based all 1 but an incbat the left 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I lOenPaaAgentI n H I McGuire BIstPasa AIIat- ClnclllnaU 0 s 1iiNOSEBASTIANFaseengerTrsneManngerCkkago111 t Andrew Jacksons Dud At the close ot the Revolutionary War Andrew Jackson went to Burke county North CfcDllnH and applied 2 to Wnlglitstili Avery to take him BD bowlder nt bin country horns and instruct hIm HS a law student Col Avery told him he had just moved to the place and bad built nothing but ciblns aid could not grant bin request Jackson went to Salisbury studied law there and settled at Jones boro until the new county ol David Ion with Nashville as the county suit was established NtshvMe br coming Eubff quently the capital ol TennesseeSeveral years las r Avery appeared In some lawsuit at Joneboro as op posing counsel to Ja kion and rldl cnled the position taken by Jackon who bad prececdco him In the Hrpu meat Jackson connldered the trln went insulting and sent his the challenge Col Avery was laisd a Puritan He graduated at Princeton with the hlghet honors In 1766 and remained there a year as a tutor n ides the celebrated Jonathan Ed war Is and the famous Dr Wither spoon who signed the Declaration ol Independence as a representative ol New Jersey Avery war a Presbyte rian end ItS opposed on principle to dialing but he i o fif yielded to the imperious custom ol the time a to accept the challenge and go to the GeM with Colonel afterward Gov ernor Adair ol Kentucky as hit second Alter the usual prellminar I lea he a i owed Jack s n to shoot al him but did not return the fire Thereupon having shown that ht was rot ftaid to be shot at Avery walked up to young J cVsin and de livered a lecture to him very much in the style n father would use in lec turing a sin Averyva very cilru end his talk to the brave young man who had fired nt him uau full of good 0 sense dlspasslot ate and high In tone and was braid with great attention by the seconds ol both parties who agreed that the trouble must go no further No More Stomach Troubles All stomach trouble is removed by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting what you eat without the stomachs aid Tbe food builds upI the body the rest restores tho stom ach to health You dont have to diet yourself when taking Kodol Dyn pepsia Cure J D Erehino of Al lenville Mich says I suffered Heartburn and Stomach trouble for sometime My sislerinlaw hasbad the same trouble and was not able to eat for six weeks She lived entirely on warm water After taking two bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she was entirely cured She now eats heartily and is in good health I am glad to say Kodol gave me instant relief told by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m R1PANS Tabules- Doctorl find A good prescription For mankind The B cent packet li enough for usual occasion Tlitfamtl bottle CO ants contalnta supply ornjer AH druggist sell them p S A Valuable Book Arrangements have ben made for every r n4er of this paper to receive a copy of the new 19x5 Kodol Al manacWe have aen a copy of the ammo ac and must say that it is a thing ot beauty in color and design and valua ble for the Important information it conveys The weather forecasts we understand are made by ore of the best experts In toe world It dltlers from the generally published fore casts inasmuch as it defines the par ticular section of the country over which the same conditions will pre tall each day A feature ofj this al manac is an elaborate horoscope bas ed upon the day ot the week and the day of the month of your birth It outlines the character humor dlspo iltlon and inclinations of people from a scientific horoscoplcal standpoint it points out your gulping star your ft rorlte month lucky day lower and birth stone Its most important tea Lure IH without doubt its very simple instruction of a 200 year calendar whereby with absolute accuracy you can tell the day of tbe week on which any event occurred during one hundred years of the past or on which try date will Occur during the next hundred years i thds giving the day of the week ou which birth death marriage or any important event may hive happened Thlei book is well worth sending or and It will be sent you for one 0 t 4 1- ji lif- j wyr w r twocent stamp providing you men lion this paper when you write the publishers R CDeWltt Co 213 5 LaSalle Ave Chicago Bad Billy Boys New Year Reso lution I Resolved That on and after to day Ill never wait to eat at second tableunless I am not allowed to eat at the first 2 Ill not stay In the bouse a sin gle minute unless mas eyes are on me and I cant give her the slip 2 Ill not mind my baby brother unless ma elves me locentsan hour then Ill tend him 10 hours a week when hes asleep 4 Ill never throw snowballs M any unsuspecting persons unless their backs are looking in my direc tion 5 When an old gent falls on the pavement Ill not laugh unless Im a sale distance from the scene of ac tion 6 Ill never play keeps with any boy unless he knows less about mar bles than I do 7 Ill never n e v er tie a tin can to a dogs tall unless hes muz zled 8 Ill always divide an apple with a friend I dont like the core and the peeling 9 Ill never have the toothache unless the snows to be shoveled off the walk or the neighbors wants me to run errands for them M Ill study bard at school and use hair tonic regular so when Im Crowed up I can go to college and bet football champion n Ill do my nest to live up to the above resolutions so I may become the pride of my parents and the enemy ot the community STATE OF OHIOCITY OK TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTYM Funk J Cheney makes oath that be is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforetaid and that said firm will pay the slim of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hails Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De cember A D 186 Reasonbeal Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally andacts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free P J Cbeney Co Toledo 0 Bold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con tipation m The Mill Creek Philosopher Charity covers a multitude of sins but sometimes it stretches her robe mightilyShoot folly as it flies if you will but never blow into the muzzle ol your gun bfcre you begin your shoot- Ing Tit bitter to have Sworn and broke than never to have had a toddy A coin in the hand is worth two in the mint statistics Never put off until tomorrow which you can haye somebody do you today Singular that the theory of probl Itlon should be all moonshine In pra lice When bilious try a dose of Chan berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and realize for once how quickly a first class up to date medicine will correct the disorder For sale by al druggists m Benjamin Franklins r Wife- A very nnfitlng description of Benjamin Franklins wife is taken from the diary ol Daniel Fisher who was Franklins secretary for a shot time She sat on the floor ati a neighbors She asumed the airs of extraordinary freedom and great humility lamented heavily the misfortunes of those who are unhappily in fected with a too tender or benevo lent disposition said she believed all the world claimed the prevllege of troubling her happy so she usually calls Mr Franklin with their calam ties and distress giving us a general history of many such wretches and their Impertinent applications He mentions the turbulence and jeal lousy and pride of her disposition and the violence of her Invrstlves Pointing to Franklins son one day she exclaimed There goes the great est villlan upon earthI TOTa Earl Risers TIM is MeW HtttopHh 0- J lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard- abeautifuibrewnorrlchblack Use Correct Silverware Correct in character design and workmanship is as necessary ai dainty or flue you would have everything in good taste and harmony BfiROGERSBROS plecsforpurchased from leading dealers everywhere CaUI UiCL tellsabout the genuine Intiraatlonaf Slim 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Sunday night l and ourth Sunday end Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thnnday evening Rev J n Barnett putor- C P Church Service lint Sunday la each mouthatltamand7pm Rv J 0 Hai nod pastor School Trustees HartfordJos P Miller J Olson STStevenPMDocker JUHCarf Ion Jon C RUey City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor S A Anderson Clerk DrSJ Wedding W 8 Tins liT A C Taylor M LUtavrlglt L Morton Councilmen trcrt 3oel ttoa A 0 U W meet ant and third Friday night In each month Hartford Lodge No676 F A AMasoas fat Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No 00 Knight of the Macca beet every Thursday night Rough River Lodge No 110 Knight ot Pythla meet every Tueiday night Preston Morton Pot No 4 0 A B hold res nlar meeting Saturday beforeflntSunday In each month w w Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah the Pacific Coast DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE CariELECTRIC IRON HOUimi ROUTE Vla MEMlS imfI lit I3NkA- ISA Palms T3u7G 3E0 era CUFCSK5A SERVICEKr Carts ILCTRIC LIGHTeD TRAISIB Ta FratUr Ictanulioa Idnrlitlog Hjltir Etc lddnutfl T O MATTHEWS Its rut III Room 202 Equilakli Dldlj IDUISWIE II 1 C TOVJBE D O aat AT5T Louis CAS 1OnXAMean theiEBNGIdyes Nall Always Bti1 Slpattlre YdlIt 1 M vSMt ar I fHartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 13 LAND SALE FOR TUXES f I By virtue of taxes due me as Sheriff of Ohio county Ky I will on Mon day February 6th 1905 expose to public tale at the Court House door t in Hartlord Ky the tollowlnglands viz NORTH ROCKPORT No8 i Acren TnxACont f Brown Miss Tessle i lot 4 25 COLORED Baker Jesse i lot 3 n Mosley Preston and son i lot 2 60 i SOUTH ROCKPORT NO9 l Bennett AL tc6 648 Fnlkerson L D 6 6 92 Fnlkerson Wm Berry 65 6 92 WcConnel Joe 13 4 So Milliard Levy T 1 lot In McHenry 7 04 Southard Hilas 65 8 72 MIIENRY NO 15 Davlsjas Ai lot in Crom 24i1CENTERTOWN NO 1 6 Ashby M Everly 26 4 80 Carter Prank 84 8 82 T Igleheurt Warren L 28 5 36 TlchenorWm A i lot 5 92 Simpson Mrs Nancy 52 6 48 siiALUtous NO 17 BrownClaude L 10 4 So Ballon Felix ggt for Mrs Ida Stearsman 50 5 05 Tlchenor Mrs Mary A too 6 48 COLORED Morehead Jno Sa 4 24 CERAtVO NO 26 Rowe Mrs R U II 3 12 FOIST PLEASANT Burns Jno 33 6 48 Everly Mrs Della M 45 3 5- BEDA NO3 Hoover LC 313 1660 Hoover Louis 23 5 85 ParrisS M 155 1870 Smith Geo 86 7 oo SULPHUR SPRINGS NO4 Saxley Chas E 193 J400 Hamilton JR 3X 360 Mitchell Sam 50 4 2 Powers Sylvester 5 5 45 Stevens J W 54 4 60 Thomas J W 63 18 60 Tucker Jno T 40 5 70 Willis OP 2 12 to Wright Jno H 8s 7 25 BUFORD NO 23 Chapman Palestine 54 5 25 Dodson John T 10 335 Heflin Alex 10 330 Smiley Sam 30 591 Smith Gnus T 8 3 35 BARTLETT NO 24 Chapman Mrs S A 115 3 60 Bartlett W S 50 4 King Rebecca 50 3 6 Kirk G N 53 7 oo Martin W J 5 5 7 Rhoads Samuel G 150 6 40 Simmons W H 15 3 8 Westerfield J A 5714 4 70 Yates Temple E 93 5 9 ADDITIONAL LIST Sutton Jno T 141 12 6 HElLIN NO 25 Cavlner Frank 66 5 7 Amos Elliott agt for Wm P Yewell 90 15 co Johnson Theodore 6a 6 2 Nicely Wm C 16 4 20 Pate W S 65 7 30 Whitehouse Ed 65 5 70 Wade Jas W 175 10 50 RALPH NO 29 Greer Sam J 58y 5 92 Ralph Jeff iI 35 598 Roach J L lot 7 oo White Abraham 15 5 05 MAG AN NO 15 Hamilton Mrs Lucinda 45 2 5 Hamilton Thos H 7 3 30 Johnson A G 170 1260- Mufletta B D 92 6 oo ADDITIONAL LIST I 31111s Jno r234 4 12 S NARROWS NO 28 a BlOwn Mrs Augusta 2 4 24 Condor J W 47 S 20 Thomas Mrs Martha 8 4 2 t CROMWELL No6 Lake DC 60 7 So McKinney S P i lot 4 80 I Raymond WH So 6 48 Sorrels W C 38 4 55 J R W L and Miss Annie I Shultz 50 3 12 Taylor C S 140 760 1 1SIIREVE NO 21 Harden Jas R 82 5 36 Wilson W C 36 4 6 5 J AETNAV1LLIS NO 20 t Uartlett John R 85 7 60- Blvln Henry L no 1000 Cecil Frank 48 7 35i IfTeal Amos G i 3 I WEST IORDSVILLS NO 19 laze Wm J 45 4 80 ADDITIONAL LIST Heirs Johnson 193 12 16 HAST FORDSVILLH NO iS Dean Tom 1 lot 3 95 Dowell L R 50 3 36 Guess J W 13 3 85 GUSP Chas If 320 Hillard J W 1 34 Head B J 73 872 Stldum EM 54 6 48 Truman T N 35 5 36 Harris A J itf 4 40 COLORED LIST Hines Ewen 22 648 fCOOL SPRINGS NO 7 Haw s Sam H 88 4 80 Hope B B 5 5 95 Williams Wm J 100 6 50- Wldrlck Robin D 30 4 24 SELECT NO 10 Baze C H 4 3 35 IORSB BRANCH NO II Embrey Wm T 82 6 50 Daughty Thos R i lot 4 25 Daugherty Luther 75 4 25 Ford Mrs Harriett 20 2 90 Gary Winfield 50 4 25 Kissinger Daniel 3 3 45 Morris Leonard 65 375 Thomas Nathaniel J 73 4 00 ADDITIONAL LIST Morris Presley 20 3 6o ROSINS NO 12 Awtry John F 108 6 50 Bryant T J 15 7 60 Bozarth F M 75 3 70 Hall W W I lot 3 70I Hurt Byron J 7 3 30 Marlow Clarence 90 460 Ralph Mrs W H 35 312 Simmons Mrs Susan 14 2 50 Young J B 32 3 70 OLATON NO 22 Hoover Mrs Mary O 33 4 24 EAST HARTFORD NO I Chlnn Leslie 100 13 70 Lee Thos W 15 450 Lynch Jno W 25 3 25 ADDITIONAL LIST Sullenger C B 138 21 30 Stewart A J 25 5 70 COLORD LIST Hines Sam Haytt i lot 4 10 Hunter A B Haytl i lot 3 70 Parks Wm Haytl i lot 4 65 Phipps John 183 9 50 5WEST BEAVER DAM NO 14 HockerN B 25 570 Hughes JR I 6 25 NON RESIDENT LIfT Cecil C S 79 4 65 Fuqua John S 65 5 45- Grnbb J W riot in lot Beaver Dam 306 Morris V P White Plains 30 2 75 Stevens W P 112 13 10 Stevens L W i lot Pleas ant Ridge 2 50 CAL P KEOWN S O C In mOf Mr Henry T Back who departed hadobeen sick eleven months and suffered fillctionoa without a murmer He was a dull 5ml husband an sflectlonate father a good neighbor and a friend to all He to0 mourn his departure 5Weep not dear wife and children yourlossls Hlsgain He cannot come himoFuneral services were conducted by Rtv GJ Bean at Hamlin Chapel on 5the 17th ult His remains were laid to rest In Brown burying ground to await the call ofour Savior arise and dwell with Uved ones forever A FRIEN- DEntertainment At the closing of the public schools at Palo and Sunnydale last week a joint entertainment was given by the students at Malvin Chapel church Four excellent plays were mastered 5and delivered by the pupils and teach ers in a manner highly satisfactory to the splendid audience Dundee string Band furnished excellent mu sic for the occasion A small admission was charged which paid all expenses and left a good donation to the church The success of undertaking n fleets the highest credit on the teachers Mr Clarence DeWeese and Miss Ella Herring Bankrupt Notice In the District Court of the United States far the western district of Ken tucky Owensboro division In the matter of Edward A Tlllorda a bankruptOn day ol January A D 195 on considering the petition ol the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 19th day of December A D 1904 it Is ordered by the court that a hearing be bad upon the same on the 28th day of January AD 1905 before said court at Federal Court 6y Hall at Louisville Ky in said dls trlct at lo oclock In the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published one time In HARTFORD REPUBLICAN a newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors anda other persons In interest Jf1 appear at said time and place laud show ricauseprayer ol said petitioner should not be atgrantedWitness the Hon Walter Evacs judge of sold court and seal thereof at Owensboro Ky in said district on the 6th day of January A D 1995 Trios SPEED Clerk By DUDLEY LINDSEY D C Land Sale for School Taxes By virtue of school tux due me as treasurer of white common school dis trict NO1 Hartford Ky I will on Monday February 6th 195 at the court house door in Hartford Kyof fer for sale the following lands in Hartford Ohio Co Ky Mrs Jennie Moseley a part of lot No 34 on Union tand Peach alley and arjolnlng Likens Westei fields livery stable end residence lot of A T Nall containing about j acre and being all of said lot except the por tion owned by A T Nail taxes for 193 4 10 Also the same lot lor 1904 taxes f5 63 S H SeIbert i lot on Union St bounded on the N by H A Millers lot on the E by S K Cox on S by Julia Wedding on W by Union St containing about H acre Tax Icr 1903 4 35 Also the same lot for 194 tax 5 63 Daniel King one lot on street leading from E Market St to E Clay St known as White Settle ment adjoining Alpha Baptist church due for 194 tax 83 85 Mis Louisa D Tweddell lot No 23 on Union St and Barnett alley bounded on the N by Barnett alley on E by Union St on S by J H Williams property on W by S J Weddings property Tax due for 194 410 J G KEOWN TreastJan II 1905 2614 f t LEFT OVER FROST LAST WEEK t t ItheThe young people had a singing Mr John H Davis list nhhtI IJof groceries back for Smith Bros at TaffyL L Troglan is hauling saw log for the Evansville market Deputy Sheriff Keown was In this vicinity yesterday collecting taxes The farmers are selling their to bacco at fair prices Floyd Davis and wife are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs John H Davis this week CENTERTOWN Jan 9 Riv C W Hasklns de livered some able sermons for us Ust weekRev E V Phillips is engaged In a protracted meeting this week at Elk Creek church L M Phipps and wife spent last week visiting relatives near Equality S M James and John W Simpson have returned from their business trip to Livermore T R Kincheloe and family have moved to their country home nea RockportM Dexter has returned to his 4 college work In Louisville Oscar Gaddls McHenry visited the family cf C W Haskins here last Sunday- E H James went to McLean county If st wetk on business Earl M Davis made a flying trip t Coffman last Friday CEh P3 XI O I3 IllSean theilia Kind You Hate Always 80 Blgntturi Y41o- f tlCounty Convention of A S of E The County Convention of the American Society cf Equity which weS held at the court house here last Wednesday was largely attended Farmers persons Interested In farm- Ing and the friends of the farmers from all parts of the county war MhreljIRndSecretary M F Sharp and Assistant I Secretary Steve Lanham were also present The meeting was an enthuIslastlc one and able speeches livered by Pres David MorelandI Messrs Steve Lanham M T G WlIlI John C Overton A CIEllis C M Barnett T P MillerI r lothershundred and up The meeting was remarkably har monious and occasionally Indulged In brief season of merriment but It wnsclesr that it was composed bus- Iness men who propose to arsert their ghts in a business like way The convention adjourned to meet Beaver Dam February nth auto oclock a m- DeWitts Hal=t Salvo For Piles Hums Sore- sEVERYBODY MAKt nit ClOTMM WHTICA tNOW A QUART FOR 5c FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS The AmtrlcanrhanaaclC EuanlJlelad BIG FOUR + 1 f TUB DEBT LINn TO Indianapolis PeoriaIChicago IAnd all points in Indiana I and Michigan ijl Cleveland Buffalo f- I New York J I Boston And All Points East A Information cheerfully turn Isbellon application at City Ticket oUice Big Four Route No 259 4th Ave or write toIB J GATES Genl Agt Passenger Dept J ILouisville Ky 4 i I RIPANS Tabulrs j Doctors find A good For prescriptionII Tho S rent psekt li raouKh for oiun I oermlnn Thftanilljr LotttISO rent rontnlinn apply arajrmr All dralfKto1I thrra BEOF VALUE MUST BE USEFUL Abusiness education cats be used every day and is therefore the best education obtainable Hundreds of graduates in permanent positions owe their success to a course inc LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE We teach thoroughly and practically Bookkeeping Penmanship J1u inC Arithmetic Spelling Commercial Law Correspondence Banking Typewriting and ctual Business practice large Patronage Cheap Hoard Reasonable Tuition Write for catalogue Address LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE IND on HOPKIN8VILLE KY mw a m Its I Januaryl1905 IWe want to extend thanks for your kind patronage through 1904 The last year m mwas our best We want to make this ex ceed anything that we have ever We realize the necessity of doneI cleanup of our winter and m goods We have made a canvass of our entire stock and find a number of that must be sod thingsWI mAmong our numerous bargains offer is some nice all wool Waist Pat m terns in three different lotsmLOT NO IFive a Original price 125 a rLOT NO 2Eleven patterns at 125 former price 190 LOT NO 3 Eifteen patterns at 165 former price 225 ShoeS1Overcoats m dont fail to take advantage of this great reductionmm you your vors asking you for your patronage during m mdmCarson t8 HaR T ICID kYIIt BBBBBBBBBBBaEeE E e FOR SALE 1 Wo have for sale at n bnvjiF J1 sin a Scholarship in tho Bowl ing Grcon Business College or Normalschool department a Scholarship in tho Massey Business Collogb at Louisvillo For further information call on or address It THK RKiauiucAN y Nasal CATARRHIn harm be eleaUneL Elys Cream Balm eleuiM ioothw andbeats th dlease4 membrane Bear catarrh anil drlf r away a cold la the heW QuicklY Cream IUlmli placed late th BOitnl spread 1 ortf the nembrts end II absorbed Ballet IIra mediate and a Ann follows It la not drjlDj doti Dot produce sneezing Large Slae M cent at Drug 1111 or br mall I Trial Size 10 teats by malt SLY BUOTUKKS M Wanes Street New York ii CASTORIAFor The Kind You Hays Always Bevgii Bears the- Signature of ROUGH RIVER tELEPHONECOMPANY uroiroiiTiu Talk being cheap cad neeeaaary you should patronize home fulkt where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be nt the whole expensgNti you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies Forjiarticd lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford K- yReal Estate- BARGAINS tot acres lor 14500 or will sell at f30 per acre and make stir vey 2 tf miles how lIartford mile of pike Good new 7 rocm house a earns 75 acres In bottom balance good hill land good Orchard fine men dow 10 or 15 acres In woods all under fence 120 acres near Rockport In good condition good build- Ings and fine farm land for 12001 83 acres five bottom land for Jzo per acre or 1600 3 miles from Hartford on Sandtrfurs crossing road Good house good burn young orchard In fine state of cultivation A bargain 305 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartford in fine state of cultivation Will sell cheap considering- the land 188 acres near Ceralvo See me for prices 20 4meOnehouse and lot on Union street in Hartford In fine condition 75000 A house and 2 acres ot ground adjoining Hartford Fine frnltgood house and build InKs for t f 3750Iri 135 acres 4 miles north of Hartford In good state of cultivation 85000 43 acres near Ceralvo 43000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good 4barnsOne good new 60 Moslcr bargainIf land If you willfurnishk S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY