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Digital page images are linked to the text file. g8tIr-f i1141ttiC1 a i 7a e r nV 9t fi + t 1 7G J j ObGIl aoJutb C1 I tot 1 t 1c t rf J HhQf1 tlI Ir t uI r rov1 4 JiInLII ii t Tr t I YearFineVOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 20 1905I No 27 4- ANATIONAIQUESTIONI Lower House Passes Bill Pro hibiting Docking tiFreight Rate Question Still Bclne a Afltated People are Deeply Interested OTHER NATIONAL NEWS d Hptrllt to Tat lUrCILICAX Washington D C Ian 18 1905 Humane people In Washington are V snuch Intertsed In a bill that hai- ptssed the L juse and li pending in 7the Senate to prevent the cutting oft the fleshy and bony part of the bone tails docking ss it IB called The operation U really a severing of an columinn d it renders the horse deteeselesa for all times against tormenting flies It is urged by the societies for the pre V ventlon ol cruelty to animals that all humane people shall wtite to their members aid Seaatoro urging the r 1suppo t of this bill Ids known aa Senator bill 296 and applies only to the District of Columbia but It is probable that In aa much as some States led by Colorado have passed 1 such a bill similar bills will be takeni up and passed In dlQerent slate There should In fact be an amendment to the bill making It a penal offense to clip horses la the winter serssn Electrical Cheating machines are in many stables and remove the long balr which nature provides all ani mils in cold weather and at the very season when men aqd women don r extra warm underclothing lure and overccats their horses at the behest i of a cruel fad or iashlon may be stda fLni Washington and In other cities ke to the akin In coldest and wettest weather Se aaton aid Representatives hue been overwhelmed of late by letters telegms bug distance phone messes ad mtatMgtrs direct demand I 101lafoh aUsl regarding the probable actlod el Congress ofl the rail road height rite question The bust ness centers of New York Pennsyl vania and Ohio and even cities in the fat west are thoroughly alarmed by the activity ot the administration congressmen who are ppe to be at work on a bill which will crlp jf pie the railways The agitation of the bill during the last week and tte talk of aextraI setslon has produced apprehension f in indnktrlal and financial circles af Jectlng stocks the writes claim Tbei answers sent by Congressmen havejso far been rcai snrlng and fur the most part contain positive information that Congress is not stampeding to legis Ilace on the subject The panic stricken applicants for information should remember said one congressman who had been rather overwhelmed by correspondence on the subject 7 yiJthat there is a big diflerence between recommendation and enactment Senator W A Clark of Montana who Is the wealthiest man In the Sen- htte arrived at Wuhington Thureda y from Paris with his twentytwo year old wtfe Mrs CUtlc was the daugh ter of a street musician ol Butte Mon tans who died leaving a family of even children penniless Senator the playa W A adopted two ol the Irll and after educating this one married her about three years ego The mrr age was not announced un ill a few months agog because ai the brave Senator said he was afraid of his grown children Now the wife and baby are openly ac knowledged although the baby reo ibis laEurope with Its nurse and governess If Washington society accepts Mrs Clark the Senator will build a fine house oabllllte of the old Stewart Citttle opposite the belt eras home of Catzon wile Mf ef India Mrs Chars lC yo5nf liMfcla andilln feist Washington appreciate these o 4Uies and Itla probable that I t abe will become a leader in society which is by no means ss snobbish lilt is reputed If a person is tactful and agreeable he or she will have in vitations and occasionally a woman even without money or distinction become arbiter ol laihlon as for example Miss Bell Hagner who was a stenognpbtr under President Cleveland whole now secretary to Mrs ROOM veil She la one of the nioat sought alter women In toclety and dines not only at state dinners at the White House but is a Savored guest of the embassies QUARTERLY REPORT Of County Secretary of Ywig Mens Christian Association of Onto County Your County Secretary begs leave to submit the follower report for the months of October November and December GENERAL 23 official visits to Beaver Dana official visit to McHenry 6 official visits to Render 5 official visits to Wllllamn Mines 3 official visits to Narrows 3 official visits to Center town 2 cfficlal vlsita to Roccport 2 officlil visits to Taylor mines 16 01I ficlr vlsita to other points Conn ty Convention Hartford October at 23 Participated in Hopkins county Convention November 57 4 dele gates State Boy Conference Shel bj vllle November 2527 Five meet logs lor organization 47 attendance Six County Committee meetings 1939 miles traveled In the interest of the work 581 miles out of the county 659 mils In the county State Executive Committee spent 14 days Building Hartford daily at tendance ta r RHUGIOCS Four meoa meetings Hartiord at tendance 142 two mens meeting Beaver Dam attendance 58 two an Ion meetings Poorhouse attendance 73 thirteen boys meetings Hartford attendance zl six weeks proper Hartford attendance 73 five prayer meetings Hartford attendence 23 Three sessions Bible Class menV Hartford attendance 37j glue session memo Bible Clear Pleasant Ridge 90 three sisilons mesa kibleCII Narrowsattendaacel7ehsessionsBole once 53 seven setsloas Bpvs Bible 624Twoetj eaves requests for prayer fotuI conversions j 22 declalouaISOCIAL Banquet to members contributors and delegates attendance 37 Two boys socials Hartford attendance 30 one boys social Beaver Dam atItendance n PHYSICAL Three gymnasium cissies Hart lord attendance 28 three gymnasium darner Beaver Dam attendance 38 one outdoor tramp Hartford boys atItendance 9 EDtJCATO AtIReading room open daily Hartford periodicals library volumes PERSONAL 12 public addresses 27 protracted meetings and HI vice assisted 10j to talks to schools taught 6 Sunday school classes Ted four prayer meet ings I Nocreek Local A S of EJThe A S of fi Nocreek NO1- met on the I4th gnat it being theI regular meeting night The lug was culled to order by the Presi dent and Chairman David Moreland All the other officers were present There was very much enthusiasm manifested n new member being enrolled The society was treated to a very able speech by J P Foster one of Nocreeka leading farmers He spoke one hour His theme end sub ject was Why am I a Farmer Severtother speeches were made by dlflerent member of the society Tke most Important baslnesa of the evealag wu to elect a comrllite tq tranrrretffiediafrictsarieetiilntact ie present c portobacceflM + A1x rietaT oa ame pJttoe r i 1 r i Is compored of three members two elected by the society the third committeeman to be the owner of the crop Also the society elected a salesman he being empowered to con tract to sell the entire crop of the die tract This society has thus far en rolled every tobacco grower in the district excepting five these we hope to enroll In the near future And now we want to change that true proverb though It is as old as the billsIThe man who buys a smoke or rhea pals the dealers the price they akj the deaUis who buys tobacco to sell pays the mann facturer the price they ask the naouficturer who buys tobacco from the farmer pass bins about what he pleased We propose to have come thug to say about wbat he talses and sells anyhowW F STEVENS Secy a GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources 6Over the CouotryBrfef Items ITbe Louisville Bit Association has began a concerted movement toward taking the judiciary of Kentucky out bf politics and the aid of the State Bar Association will be solicited It is proposed to secure the pillage of an emendment permitting the politi cal parties to unite on a candi date for a judgeship thus enabling the votes to secure an efficient Judge and keep him without regard to po lineal changer The Supreme Court of the United States has reversed the case of Sena tor Barton accused ol violating the statute against Senators and Repre sentatives receiving fees for services In clalmsiagajns- t the government The cue Is sent back for a new trial The decision ot he Supreme Court fa that the District Judge erred In In structing the jurylamd with respect to several counts ta tile Indictment that the court did sot have jurisdic tion n Two men were blown to pieces and four others were dangerously Injured star BedfcrJ Ind by the explosion of dynamite a box on which they were sitting The victms were re turning in a spring wagon after their days labor near Bedford The prospects for A short session oJ the Legislature were considerably clouded by thedevelopments of Tues day at the ca It became ent that tberaVsa to be a policyt otstiuctloB in certain quarters and the opinion was freely expressed that a fortyday sedBlon be expected with a pouiblUty that it would extend to the legal limit ot sixt days Some of the members purpose that the old question of removal ol the capitol to another city shall be fought over A resolution bringln- it up was presented In the Senate I but after a lively debate was ruled out of order A bill was Introduced jq the House leaving the selection of the site to the Capitol Commission pur Ing the session ot House Attorney Genera Hays appeared before It In his speech ant took occasion to criti cise the Capitol Commission in sever al partlcatars The trial of William Brltton Indict ed for tkelalleged murder of Tow Marshal Jima Cockrell of Jackson progress la the Circuit Court at Lexington Jefferson countys new armory will built at an expense of 297263 The contract was awarded Tuesday by the Fiscal Court to Caldwell Drake of Columbus lad RECENT DECISIONS Two Important Cases From Ohio County Reversed By tileI Appellate CotrtI The Court of Appeals in twp teas opinions handed down reversed twa yijry JpapprtaBt judgment of the Ohio Circuit curt9aet1le case 0- bli tBIbet UI lttke ro C RR Co The other se of theI tf r A THE OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA Tells How He Escaped the Terrors of Many Winters by Using Peruna Mr Brocks Age k 115- Years MR ISAAC BROCK BORN IN BUNCOMBE GO N c MARCH I 1788 Ills age Is IIS years vouched lot by authentic record lie saysi 1 attribute my extreme old age to the use of Peruna Born before the United States was formed electedPerrinahasprntected from J changesVeteran Shod hone when 99 years old j Always conquered the grip with i Peruaa i Witness In a land suit at the age j ot lie years Believes Peruna the greatest remedy of the age for catarrhal diseases BROOK a citizen of McLcu ISAAO Texas has lived for 115 years For many years he resided at Bosquo Falls eighteen miles west of Waco but now lives with his soninlaw at Valley Mill TOJCM A host time ago by request Uncle Isaac came to Waco and SIt for lass pic turn In his hand lie held a stick cut Druggist Almanac Cumberland Telephone Co against the Rough River Telephone Co The Jolly case has been be tore the Appellate Court once before 581ywas then was proper instructions of the trial court A re trial ol the see bad in Clr Augustgterm and a Verdict of Sx 400 was ren dared The grounds on which the reversal in basedibis time Is the ex cisslve verdict and improper state manta made in the argument of the case by Mrs Tollys attorney The telephone case has also been before the Appellate Court twice The first time the judgment which enjoined the Rough River Phone Co from erecting poles in a certain place aSrmttieAppellate Court decision Is a com plete and a dissolution of the injunctionOpera House January I 26 28 Mid 28 Imperial Stock Co in a sejies of Comedy Dgefma and VaudevilleComingi 1IHouse Ky three nights commencing Uond 111111a any 23 supporting the distinguished artist Col O George Hamilton night will bctbemoat powerful comedydrama ever prodacI ed bxfMr Hm Five acts of tertl ate laughter and tears Parson Joss and his friend Je8eraoi all Sii j from the grave of meral Andrew Jackson which has beef carried by him ever since Mr lirock Id a dignified old gent aafbowlngtewlgns1t de- c Ills family Blblo Is etlll pre served and it shows thai the date of his birth was written 115 years ago Surely afew words from this remarks ble old gentleman who has had 115 years of experience to draw from would be Interesting as well as profitable A lengthy biographical sketch Is given of this remarkable old man in the Waco TimesHerald December 4 1896 A still mow pretentious biography of this the oldest living man Illustrated with a double portrait was given readers of the Dallas Morning Nows dated December 11 1838 and also the ChicagoTimes Herald of samo date This centenarian Is an ardent friend of Peruna having used It many years In speaking ot hU good health and extreme old age Mr Brock says will in in 250 Davis will the lau white honest Yell will souls so much of the milk of human kindness to eltthe of the hardest A new bill night every night Plenty of good and danclg Pecks is Yo afford to It the o all plays come to laugh own special scenery h To the Local of Ai fcjft county oftr t After a man has lived In the world as long as I have he ought to have found out a great many things by experience I think I have done so One ot the things I have found out to my entire satisfaction Is the proper thing forailments art due directly to the effects ot the climate 115 years 1 have withstood the changeable climate ot the United States I have always been a very man but of course subject to the little affections which are duo to sudden changes In the climate and temperature my lire 1 have known a great many remedies for coughs colds and dlarrhlla If not the only reliable rem Iedy for these affections It has been my standby for many years and attribute mygood extreme old to this remedy tI It exactly all my require It protects me from the evil effects of sudden changes It keeps me 1 I have come to rely upon It almost entirely for the many little things for which I need medicine When epidemics of la grippe lint began to make their appearance In this country I was a sufferer from this dis ease I had several long sieges with the grip At first I did not know R Peruna was a remedy for this disease Wheal hunt that la grippe was epidemic ftried Peruna for la grippe and found It to be Just the thing In a later letter dated January 31 1905 Mr Brook writes lam well and feeling u well as I have for years The only thing that bothers me Is my sight fI could see better I could walk all over the farm and It would do mo good I would nol be without Peruna Yours truly for a free book on catarrh address The rerun Medicine Co Columbus O Ifyon do not prompt and sills factory results tram the use of Pernna write at once V Dr Hartman glvlDR a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to you his tamable ad vice Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus l Ask Your for a Free Peruna for 1905 1 was reversal fine Opera Monday colored column the HARTFORD Kentucky- Old and School Has Educated More Successful Men and Women than Any Other School in this Part of the State During the Third and Fourth Terms Special Classes be organizedand conducted for Teachers and for those preparing to teach Third Term opens January 30 1905 Fourth Term opens April 10 1905 for ten weeks advance 800 7 Tuition for twenty weeks advance 1500 Board in private families per week Catalogues and circulars furnished free L N GRAY President O M SH U LTZ Vice President f furnish helttalemau Lem Still filloar with as heart every New specialties singing Bad Boy coming cant miss funniest prepared carriest1tNoticeUnteoi the 9oi Ohio greetingjjf that For healthy During long yPerunllbest health and age meets menus trength1t that catarrh derive give gratis OhioJ COLLEGE WellEstablished GEXPENSESTuition National Union has Issued a call for y the Local Unions throughout the county to elect delegates to meet oniJanuary 27th at Palo for the purpose oforganizing a county Union but In obedience to a previous call by our county organizer Mr M F Sharp we suet In Hartford January loth and organized county Union hence to necesearyf ry nth Fraternally DAVID MORELAND Co Preo January262ZI Stock a Co ai ithe Opera I Housei 4- h 1 to a f1 4 a ij AiVV f 4 3H DARKEST AFRICA Strange Adventure of an Explor er as Told By Himself r Mr Poulett Weatherley the ex iplorer has just returned to London i3Ticr having been away tram civiliza then for eleven yeas For eleven years be has been burled In the heart ofCentral Africa the only white man usrid hosts of blacks rays the Lon t doa Dally News In that long period he has had snauycemarkable and thrilling ad ventures both with savage man and wild beast So many were they In tact that they became the common tpleceoi his life He grew to take no Ilteedoef them and now his many friends are having the utmost dlt r sSccltyin persuading him to write ttheook they are all so anxious t tread As the result of the long stay in districts hitherto practically unknown B civilization Mr Weatherly has I succeeded In largely correcting the aap of the interior of the Dark Conti meet and adding to our knowledge of t the races He also discovered th spot where the heart of the great Liv ingstone was buried the exct locals ty of which had bea lost and he r was Instrumental in raising a perma went memorial in place of the decay ed tree which bad marked the sit and in obtaining a pathetic memento of the famous missionary for the Brit Ash Museum in the shape ot that part ot the old tree which bore tbe origi nal Inscription cut by the natives whodovedand mourned their chiefInterviewed recently by a repre sentative ot the Dally News Mr Weatherley gave a brief outline of hIs exploits I went out said Mr Weatherley in the fist week of Jan raay 1894 It was my second trip 1L y first was hardly a success That was in 1892 and 93 and for eightee- aronths I was ill My object In going was to circum navigate the great Bangweulu Lake and to find the spot where Living stones heart was burled No one had ever been round the lake Giraud the French explorer had trLe to gt round but hostile natives cap tured him and prevented him Glave the merlcan who died while at tempting to find Livingstone Tree arts the last man who had any sort of accurate notion where the tree was Both tasks promised Interestin work But alter all their accom plishments proved so simple really that it is too bad to expect me t write a book about it All I can is that I am back just for a change t look upon really clvlllztd white men once more and that though I left a place where the temperature was 150 degrees in the shade and found the temperature here when I arrived about 2 degrees in the sun I am in the best of health and that since I Jeft Africa I have put on nearly fourteen pounds in weight which con firms me in my conviction that civil zed folks fat too much Lake Bangwenlu Is one of the must beautiful spots on earth It Is an artists dream of color in real life I doubt if there is any place where more gorgeous and delightful color effects can be seen The meaning ot Its native name is There where the sky and water meet Speaking roughly the diameter ot the lake which is nearly circular Is about for ty miles so that from almost anywhere the water forms the horizon and there is a wonderful quivering haze which melts the line Into the sky maklnk the native name seem a perfectly accurate one Nearly all around the lake is the f vast Mwero Marsh which began by almost trilling me I got fever again 0andwhen I went up into the plateau about 6000 feet in elevation I nearly died But my people stuck around me nobly One of my greatest friends was atewenge the chief ot the Southern Va Usl But it was sometime before Mewenge and I got to understand one another He had never seen white siren but had heard of them and itwhenI sent up word that Iwas cow log to visit him he grew alarmedand aormnde himself very drunk When I went to his tent he rushed out and seizing me by the arm slashed his BE over my head into a tree behind me For the moment I fancied my life and come to an end I was In act8urprlsed to find that the top of any head was still where I usually prefer it But natives are very loa h to kill a white man right away at tit Ayers Ayers Cherry Pectoral quiets tickling throats hack ing coughs pain in the lungs It relieves congestion s- ubCherry Pectoraldues inflammation It heals strengthens Your doctor will explain this to you He knows all about this cough medicine We hare uixt Cherry Pectoral In lucktroublendwethinkMRS A IOMIUOT Appleton Mme SOc 5100 ICATllltCO All drnralnfor 1 aiiaiti Weak Throats recoveryo sight and Mewege was curious f s they all are You must remember that to him a white man was a fir greater curiosity than a Chinaman with his pigtail Is in the streets of waepulling up my shirt sleeve to see il my arm was white That gave m time to tell him that if he wanted t kill me he might but It would be more Interesting not to eAlter that Mewenge and I ex changed visits In royal fashion To do him one courtesy as I thought I sent him bak in my machlla the thingwe are carried in But when his people saw him they exclaimed Uskeentry their dead in that WRY Me wenge took on an awful dread He fancied It was a tri k I had played upon him to bewitch him and so cause his death The tribe flew t arms at once and I bad no end of trouble I had 400 men and ten sporting rifles and because they had mynmen wanted me to begin war I struck the lake on the south Wf st near Kasomas bows as the no fives village is called Everybody had told me that the Vena Kavend- would certainly make war on me I chiefdKaaoma and then set out by boat with nine of my men Between our selves I had Intended taking my ten rifles and when we neared the boma and 2 000 armed men rushed down toI the edge of the lake we found that knewgeverything With my heart in my asoin a dead funk but as I stood before throbo bing on his naked chest and I knew he was in as bad a way as myself Good morning how do you do I shouted The chief gave a signal and I put my hands In my pockets to meet the end calmly The same moIment the chief and every man ot the 2000 knelt down bowed theirI beads and clapped their hands InI unisonAlter all a little bluff is a gnat help in dealing with natives I stood tnce surrounded by 400 men who bad rifles each waiting either for me to move or his neighbor to commence firing I got one of my men to bring me a shot cartridge and opening it I sent the handful of shot to the chief with the message that he would be more likely to hit me if he used thAtI instead of a bullet The j ke set the whole lot laughing Old Msbaota the chief who help ed me find the Livingstone tree atIChitambo In the Itala country badc not forgotten Livingstone and he told me strange story Livingstone heaver red was shot Everybody he said knew that it was so He alleged that the murderers were Kavende but I could find no corroboration among the Kavende Mshaota was very amused when I showed him English maps of his country and alter he got to un derstand them he said they were badly drawn and he was quite right Most of the early mapdrawers were rushersIn I returned to the Zam c best That I think is the richest country on earth You can see things grow there On the Kongo I had lit tl to do with the Belgians I was CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgnlloture o- fUI often for two years without seeing a white man 1 therefore speak as to the atrocltes which have been talked about It id difficult to tell second land because mutilation Isa com mon punishment among the natives themselves I knew one man who had been deprived of his eyu all his toes lour fingers from each band and other members for various trlb il of fenses It Speedy Relief A salve that heals without a scar is DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflammation soothes 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HARTFORD REPUBLICAN BOTH FOR I YEAR AT 200 0 THE PRICE OF THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER ALONE It is the most valuable weekly paper in America for the farmers of Kenttucky to take Published at Lexington the hub of the horse world and the center of the states agricultural interests it has the opportunity to obtain and it never fails to publish live uptodate fresh news and valuable feature matter which no other paper contains- Sample fcopies may be had on application at this office I in order to prove absolutely that we can euro you of all maladies Diarrhacjandpay for n bottle of I Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Our free proposition FIRST IOTTLE FREE Ityou need DrCrrlsedtsGermLlrerpowder thecoupon itThisundernoNo lick one can neglect such an offer and be fair to himself The rcry Powderdoes tobeIr Cirtstedts German LIfer Powder Is sold fo two sizes 25c and 1 COUPONFor y It to The American Vbarmaa Co nvanavllte led blanks anc1ID Mydlscaiols I havo never trIed Dr farlstedta German Liver Powder but 11you will supply me a Sic bottle free I wiu take lt- M M4J M w u d nr w w CIT fill adorer WHU lalalr r 1 For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I 1 z e i1 l REJECTED SUITORS Lovers Who Have Been Vic r tltlms of Cupids Pranks Byrons Cruel Experience With Miss ChaworthShelleys Affairs of the Heart IIdladelphloTlmesl 4 t It may be of some consolation to thayhave suffered equal pangs and surviv ed the same ordeat to God marrie- happluest elsewhere Even Byron that most beautiful and gifted of turn hal more than bin 1 hereof refusals and one of them at I least was accompanied by words 4which left a sting to his last day was only a Harrow school boy of sixteen when he fell madly in love with Miss Chaworth of Annesley a young heiress of some beauty who waa two years older than himself But Miss Chawotth treated all the boys thy advances with laughter and t contempt and although he ai sul feTing the tortures of the lost for her sake refused to take him serious ly But the crowning blow came when in an adjicent room he over heard Miss Chaworth say to her maid Do you think I could care 4t anything for that lame boy This cruel speech he afterward slid wIS like a shot through my heart Al though It waa late sad pitch dirk I A itl darted out of the house and never topped running until I reached New Iteadu Shelley too almost as handsome and aa glfttd IS Byron knew from more than one experience the pangs of rejection After be had ben expelled from Oxford and went to Lon Iwn with bis fellow culprit Hogg to live he Jell violently In love with his landladys daughter who bore the nnroraatlc name of EHzi Jenkins But Eliza even though he threatened to commit suicide In his despair refused to have anything to do with him and when a few months later having thought better of the suicidal threat he sought to console hlm ell I r t by paying court to Miss Harriet 10tsent him very decidedly but his business When Sheridan following the ex ample of many other amorous young men fell over head and ears in love with Miss Llnley the beautiful sing er she only laughed at his ardor and matte faces at him behind his 1back and yet he used that subtle eloquent tongue ol his touch purpose that be actually ran away with her to a Prench nunnery and married her after fighting several duels with his rivals and bet persecu torsWhen Burke the great politician end orator was a student at Trinity d college Dublin be Is said to have r Had more than ore love disappoint ment His first infatuation was fo the daughter ot a smelt publican j ywhose dark eyea fired the blood ol young Irishmen but after coquetting with him for a time she jilt ed him In the most heartless fashion His success too with his beautiful country woman Margaret Wolfing reiWhen Abraham Lincoln as ayouth of eighteen was living faa rude log cabin in Spencer county Ind and 1J picking up the rudiments of educa tlou in the intervals of rail splitting sod plowing befell in love with the daughter ol a poor Irish settler in a t neighboring log cabin and after many clumsy failures to declare his Jove to her in person penned with dif ficalty one of his first letters asking leo become his wife He never received an answer to this clumsy efluslon as he afterwards called it but when next he tuft Brid get she tossed her bead and looked torJof Imarry a gawky fawn laoorer Then it was that Lincoln left the paternal I rcabluand voyaged as hired hand on Into that greater world before 1 g was toeing with thenam e 4 of the gawky farm boy When thlr 17 teen years or so later Abraham Lin coIn became president of the United IfStates Bridget was still living the wife ol a farm laborer Ina iDr11 and still preserved the 111 tinned letteFwhlch might If she bad Iwrse have wade her the first Jlridy of theland i iItIs wtlliDown that Jean Baptiste 40 MJNf f Backed up by over a third of a century of remarkable and uni form cures a record such as no diseasesy prod Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted In of fering to pay 500 in legal money of the United States for any case of Leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Falling of Womb which they cannot cure All they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of their means of cure All correspondence held sacredly confidential If you require medical adviceI dont fall to write Doctor Pierce who will give you tho best advice possible Address Buffalo N VIDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are a ladles laxative No other medicine equals them for gen tleness and thoroughness Bernadotte when he was a private ol marines was Indignantly refused bv a girl of very humble rank who thought herself much too good to marry a common soldier What her whenethe despised private was the power ful king of Sweed and Norway his tory doe notrecar- dChamberlatna Colic Cholora and Diarrhoea Remedy The uniform euccesa of thiremedy has made it the most popular prepar ation 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 I W Early RIt rs The f ttNpIN Maines Sardine Season The Maine sardine season which by State law closed November 30 been one ot the most successful 1 many year the total trade beingI about 1150000 cars and all The best previous record was 1400I000 cases Only a normal amount 01 the seasons product remains to meet the winter and prims demand The success of the season has given a considerable Impetus to the bnslnra and arrangements have already been made for the erection of additional plants In the vicinity of East port The Diamond Cure The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered a diamond cure for It lea wiltrbe beat for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T McGee of Vanleer TennIII had a oughc 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 Un equaled quick cure for Throat an Lung Lroublel At Z Wayne Grit fin and Bros drug store price 60c and 8100 guaranteed Trial bottle free m A Town of Violin Makers The only place In the world where violin making may be said to consti tute the staple Industry is Markneu klrchenin Saxonywth his numerous surrounding villages There are altogether about 15000 people in thlsdls trlct engaged exclusively in the man ufacture of violins The Inhabitants trom the small boy and girl to the wrinkled gray headed veteran and the aged grandmother are employed through out the year In making some part or other of this Instrument AntiForeign Disturbances Inl China The existence ot nntMorelgn die turbances In China is at once affirmed and denied Both positions seem substantially true For while there Is certainly an Immense tide of feeling rising throughout the Middle King dom antagonistic to foreign encroach ments there is every reason to believe that it will not take any such form as the Boxer outbreak of four years ego The truth seems t6 be that four years ago the stronger heads in Chf na men like Germ Ma and Gen Tung Fu Slang believed that headway against foreign domination might really come through blind fury ol the Boxer sort But today they clearly see that headway can only be made In the Japanese wayby patient asslml latlonl by learning mastering ap plying our Western secrets We Ire told that only a few days ago it WAS told that certain missionaries were threatened in the old wayby icflim matory proclamations The matter was broughtto the notice of the Vice roy Yuan Sbai Kaia man who Is as adverse to foreign domination as Tung Pa slang but his more pa Vicer roy matron posters and the danger ceased Bont Her Double III knew no one for tour weeks when Iwas sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of litsburg Pa when I got better although I bad on of the best doctors I could get I was bent double and bad to rest my hands on my knees when I walked From this terrible aflliction 1 was res cued by Electric Bitters which restored my health and strength and now I can walk aa straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to cure stomach liver and kidney disorders at Z Wayne Grit fin Bros drugstore price 50c m The BusyCallICentral give me Main 9856 G Line is busy Then give me Main 56291 Sllnes Splzy IITry Blue 998SP D Q Blzzl Oh but Central I am calling from a paystatlod- Wilt a minute Heres your party Odd Bits of IntormatlonIOfall the newspapers in the world 68 in every 100 are printed in English language A striped bass 3 feet 6 InchulnI length and weighing 2S pounds was caught In Russian river Callforalf recently It took several hours to land him A London Judge learned the other day that policeman with a black eyeI felt a delicacy about doing day duoI alwayns 40 per more women working this year at miens laborI than worked tea years ago while theI Increase of male workers is only centtWhen a Japanese on the Pacific as SUED PIT LE s Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time dontruse or refer to testimonials in addressing the b1ic but the above remarkand similar expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of Fromdage Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying improper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh and vitality and repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emulsion itself What it does it does through nourish mentr the kind of nourish ment that cannot be ob tamed in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will und you a sample free B tut thatthllplctur nth roan ofa lAbel U on tho wrapper youburSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl SUNY S0candl all drarrif- tsaj 4 J coast receives a cablegram containing the one word Hoshhukaere he packs up and starts for Japan at once to take his place In the ranks A correspondent of the London Times calls attention to the act tbat William Pitt raid America Cana da and Louisiana are the three coun tries on the continent of North Amer leaThe administration of the German industrial schools as of the system ot general education does not rest with the government of Berlin but hps since the earliest days of the em pire ibren conducted by the various kingdoms and principalities Found a Cure for Indlgoston 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 tried and I have used Imany different remedies I am nearlylfiilyone years of age and have suffered a great deal from anyenow ory Rock Mills Ala For sale by all druggists m Observation by Puck There are a number of thing which are absolutely Impracticable unless you try them Riches have wings but the flying machine inventor hopes to get after them directly- It takes some people a long time to find out that success and happiness not synonymous The majority should rule but the minority should keep right on trying- to show the majority how The man who said a person cant get used to anything probably never tried living with his relatives What a world this would be if all the people who are making history were to try to turn out the right kind ofsjobl There would be an enormous In crease in production ill we were all paid what we think we are worth and earned the money On a recent trip across the Campa talkd with twelve liners Another exctllant reason for calling a shipshe Dr Fox of New Jersey advises women not to marry a man till they know his past This is the hottest argument for race suicide we have ob served Scanning the attitude of certain conservative Congressmen one would think that the railroad rebate and the secret freight rate were both guaran teed by the Constitution and that beaanarchy uncontrolled His Comment Uncle Well youve told me about what you have done and whit you ex pest jo do and all tbat Now please state what you are doing just at pres ent ephewWhyererU- ncleSo I thought It doesnt take any particular energy to err r His Grievance Sunday School TeacherWhat Is your name my lad1 Small Boy sulkily ZbedeeEHsha JonesTeacherAnd who gave you that uameSmaUDoy1ap doggone him an Im agoln ter lambast the stumV outer him far It when I get growed The Faithful Boy Angry LawyerWhere is that young woman who was in here a few minutes ago Didnt I tell you to hold her until I could see her Trembling CterkYestalr You see I tried toI tried very bard really I did But she drew a hat pin and said Sir Im a perfect la dyl and slammed the door Angry Lawyer AiuJ I told your father I would make a lawyer of yon RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The B cent packet la enough for usual occailon The family liottl 160 cental contnlnta inpplj or a year All drngguuaelithemiioaaton Here here called the wife of the Ohio ba krrwake upl Youre smothering me trying to jam my ahead in that pillow easel liMy that was a horrible dream 1 exclaimed he and I thought your head was a sack containing all my money What was the dream 1 I dreamed Mrs Chalwick was out of jail t I AegctablePreparalionforAssimilalingiheFoodandllegula ling the toroachs of Promotes DigcslionChccrful nessandnestContains neither fiucral I NpOTTIA1LCOTICApelfect caWorms Convulsions Fcverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP FACSimile signalure of QP G v NEW YORK LEXACT COPV OF WRAPPER J I For and d TNaNraya seaw NcW vac em i iI I I I+ + + I I I I I I The of the Age t Why Itecanx It cane completely and at once It relieve the pang of a tiring death All cues of Illee can be cured by ninrglcal operation but yon would rather have Plan cared wltbont tbe knife HARRIS POSITIVE PILE CURE will do It Hade only bjrtbr Leltchdeld Pharinacal Co Inc Portal 07 J H Ky- SIUSSUI I I I 1 I I I r rI BE OF BE A business can be used every day and is the best of in owe their success to a course in r We teach and Arithmetic Spelling Banking Business practice Large Board Tuition Write for catalogue t IND OR 1841 FORKS Etc for over fifty I maintained 1wonld be hard Indeed qualities first exhibited brthls brand and which i wellearned reputation and you ran no risk There are other Rogers Sold by leading dearer everywhere to the maker for catalogue OV containing t UATiM4i Bata ea BMOMOT to lfflfJ CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof 15cIn- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA Harris Positive Pile Cure Biggest Seller WILLIAMS Hartford rTO VALUE MUST USEFUL education therefore education obtainable Hundreds graduates permanent positions LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE thoroughly practically Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting Patronage LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVIUUE HOPKINVVILLK KYf RO6ERSSPOONS InIIROBERSaualltrbaslxe wlmproTeuponthew DoIlluBuyoodJ ItampcdIU IISaId COPAlTarllI1L newntdnlgiu TAKE THE REPUBLICAN +++ + + + 4 + + +++f44+ 4 Fi MI ++3F+++ +i + b+ ifeM CURtiiMany rerneiJItu for Femule Dloenas ore hM proven to be anabsolote And v ItlTcnref forilltorn ofoma Trouble IA 5- FEMACtMU A tingle trial will convince tie inoit ikeptlral of ltd uhno t 1111iracnlBaacutame ponert Wide only by the LEITCIIKJKLU 1HAIIM ACAL Inc For sale I j H WILUAMS b7t+++++ ++4+++++++++++cb++++1+++++++++fi- a v Hartford Republican j InaeS bjr tbe Hartford 1ublleblagCompany txcoBrnniVED r C E 811ITJIEdltor zsPSOxrzrsioI c= 34 3ouCb 32vJ32rf FRIDAY JANUARY ax Two SENATORS were elected at In dianapolis Monday THE United States whispers timely M advice to China keep quiet RUSSIA has declared that abe will flgbt Hill peace with dignity if pOSeI sible 1 REAL estate in Frankfort has in creased in value fourfold since the Legislature convened in extra sea lion THE eighth day of February has i been fixed as the dayon which th electoral vote for President and Vice President will be counted THE declaration of an eminent physician that whisky is valuable It the treatment of tuberculosis will re 4 eve tome of the dread of that terr ble diaeaae TTnE United Mine Workers of AmeriCa began their tenth annual National Convention at Indianapolis t Monday Every district was reprfr vented and 600 delegates were in ttItendance I GOVERNOR BECXHAM Monday afternoon issued another public letter which makes about steen elute he became Governor in 1899 In this one he pays his respects to Senator J S C Blackburn IF Attorney General Hays dis closures concerning the new capitol I commission be taken as the true status of the capitol matter it might not be a bad idea to give the architect t the building for bis work and payI him the balance in mon yITUE demand of farmers for bette- pncea for their tobacco is a just oneC and they should receive the encouragement and good will of every oneI The farmer is not the only on ethatt t will be benefited by receiving an hone eat price for his tobacco The merchant the lawyer the doctor th mechanic the school teacher th 1 clergyman in fact people in every other calling profit directly or indi rectly by the prosperity of the farm erTuE REPUBLICAN is with th farmer 3TuELouiavilleldaSarre tary of State McGhesneya statement 1thatit would cost 100000 to rent provide rooms for temporary accommodation of public business until the new Capitol is completed was enough to make Bishop Woodcock fly away All Frankfort could be rented for 100000 unless it is going to take a long time to complete the capitol If the rental has increased in proportion to the value of property since the extra session convened we are not so sure about itIBLACKsuusr Govern or Beckham rival Democratic candidates for the United States Senate are telling the truth about each other after years oi concealment Blackburn says I have no hesiI tancy in declaring my contempt fCJrI e Beckham his methods his machine and his conduct of party affairs denounce them here and will do eo anywhere They are odious They are ruinous and unless this machine wrectRk 1 want it to be understood now that I do not want that machines support I do not want its acquiescence in myI reelection I prefer its opposition I want a seat in the Senate by the will of the people or I do ol not want it a all In response to this Beckha- y says It is the wail and last appeal of a discredited man who sees th handwriting upon the wall and who now begins to realize that a patient rand long sufiering constituency will sendinsg For over years he has been the 4meretricious beneficiary of popular fFindulgence as a member in the two Congress and I challenge i anyone in Kentucky or elsewhere t point to a single act of public service in all that time he has ever rendered to his State his country or his par ty It is an old yet true adage that when rascals fan out honest men get their just deserts and to tlcase the old excerpt is eminently ap plicable STRONGER CO SECURED A FirstClass City Theater at Home for a Normal Price The Imperal Stock Company have engaged by the McHenry Opera House managers to give a series of three nights entertainments They will open Monday night January 23rd with a strong ply entitled Shadows of Sin Tuesday night the 24th uA Ragged Hero Wednesday night the 25th Pecks Bad Boy This Companycomposed ten char recommendedeA Telephone message from the Manager of the Erin Tenosse Opera House says the Company hone of the best the country affords It has ben thenKern Edwards Company which was baIOhio The imperial 18 considered superior In every respect to any that have ever filled Engagements outside of the large cities This is the opportunity ol a life to visit a firstclass city Theater at home General admission 35c reserved seats soc The Archer Lecture On last Monday night at Taylors Opera Hall Rev W G Archer oi Owensboro delivered a most Interest ing lecture entitled Pleasurevijle1 His audience though not as large at It might have been was as apprecia tlve one and seemed highly pleased with tbe hours entertainment which consisted of profound thought nds- ound logic Intermingled with genn pleasantry and true witticism Rev Archer la a speaker of rare ac complishments and possisses the tact oecomlng completely engrossed in his subject and in turn bin subject becomes a fixed part of himself His effort here was a brilliant stroke and we await with anticipation his second coming eNew Feed Store I have opened a Feed Store in Hart ford on Union street and have a lull line of Flour Bran Meal Corn Oats and Hay Will sell at the low- e eat possible prices and deliver goods anywhere In the city Give mea call Home phone 77 Night orders taken at phone 43 Respectfully M T LIKENS Korfol Dyspepsia Cure i Digests what yen eat No Offense to Kill Rabbits Now The impression seems to prevail over various parts of the county that it is against the law to kill rabbits and by reason of this or some other cause but very few rabbits have ben bought I here whereat it has been the general custom for most all merchants to have a supply on hand The rabbit is protected by law only from September 15 to November 15 of each year and the object is more to protect the game birds than the bun nles It is believed that with the slaughter of the rabbits stopped for the opening of tbe quail sason those who go after rabbits ostensibly birdsIrom killing the birds The fact of the matter is that any one can kill all the rabbits they de ScrofulaIs very often acquired though generally inherited- t Bad hygiene foul air impure causesmu the soil fore tubercles and where it is allowed to remain tubercu losis or consumption is pretty sure to take root HoodsSarsaparillaRemoves scrofula Get Hoods For testimonials of remarkable cures send for Book on Scrofula No I C L Hood Co Lowell Moss Take a thorough look attho bar JJ gains In our 1i Economy FAIRS SPOT CASH SALE BasomontThe Greatest Of All Our Great Sales f tMany Money Saving Sales in One Big Sale T 4Anyono of sufficient importance to induce you to bo present Friday and 44 Saturday January 27 and 28 Coupled with this Sato will be of our Economy Basement Tw Ti Hare you will find tGrand Bargains for Homefitters it Housewives will delight in the items hero at moneysaving prices The biggest values that money can f buy will grace our 5c and lOc Counters Tinware Graniteware Glassware Hardware etc And in the JT Jiigher priced articlQ for hprnefurnishing Vent will find our prices right t A SpicSpan New Stock from which to Selecty i Spot Cash White Goods 1000 yards New Spring White JC Goodsnow patterns at extraordi nary bargains Many of them worth ii as much as 40cnyard our low Spot Sfc Cash price will be 9c 15c and 25c tSpot Cash Handkerchiefs ii 20 dozen ladies and gentlemens V white fancy bordered handkerchiefs bought for this special sale Actual QtoSpot Cash Ribbons 50 bolts No 22i 30 and Jft pure tP Silk Ribbons all shades qualities J that sell every day for 2oc At this Spot Cash Saletwo9cJJ days onlyfor onl- yt JSpot Towels Twentyfive dozen Towels extra largethe kind that sell for9cJC 25c our Spot Cash price Ten dozen pure Linen fringe- dii Towels a regular 25c Our t19Conly t Spot Cash Underwear i Ten dozen ladies Vests made of select Peeler Yarn Taped neck gusset armholes ribbed and heavy SpotZg only Alt sire ber from this time until next Septem j Court House Chat Two bodies whose official acts are of considerable Interest to many city zees of the county were in session here last week v z The Fiscal Court and the Board oi Supervisors The latter met for the purpose of In creasing the countys funds and the former attempted to lessen them and bath efforts bid fair to be successful Much credit is due Judge James P Miller the Fiscal Court or whoever it wes that renovated the Court Hall and made it possible to transact the business ol the county and State In a seemingly and decorous manner The same authority deserves credit for its action the past week in appointing Hi committee composed of Judge J P FIHudson r Home Goods 3 quart Deep Stew Tans Oc lOi Fry Pans Oc Long Handle Fire Shovels fie 8 quart Galvanized Water failEnamel Ware Wash Pansfic-O quart Tin Bucket flc 10 quart Black Enameled PailDc 2 quart Stovo Ten KettleUc5 quart Preserve 1 ottlee 9c 10 quart Galvanized Iron PailOc 12 quart Dish P1nsc11 itch Pie lan Oc Loose Bottom C1keanseTin Sifters Oc 1 quart Tin Dippers Oc Crumb rmyandBrush9 Round Waiters Oc 3 quart Coffee Pots9cBre- ad Toasters Oc- 1C inch Japanned WaiterDc 3 quart Nickle Coffee Pots0c Cool Handle FiShovelsDclCi- tchen Setsi1 Oc CttkoiurnersDcBasting Hand BellsIrlk KU x Oc Full Size Claw Hammers9cSh- ingling HatcKets Oc Tea Strainers Oc 1 Corn Poppers Oc Kitchen Forks Oc Potato Mashers Oc Egg BeatersDcDi-sh Drainers v Oc B 1reaSteak Pounders Oc Towel RollersrDoKnife and ForkrraytJcDi- slt Mops Oc Fruit Sneers Oc Clothes Line Set Oc 500 pieces Glass ware Oc Salt and SetsocGo- ld Band VacesDc wealth and progress They have been and each are important fac tors of the latter and the people of- the county will indorse their call lor- more light speaking ot gatherings here IAnd meeting of the American of Equity was a revelation of tbe new farmer the larmer who takes a daily paper and reads it who has sensible Ideas and can express them Tbe officers selected were not blatant trying to work the farmer but were among the hon est most substantial farmers of tbe SharpI butlitCity Council recently enacted ITbt making It punishable 1000 fine to transport weight JfItBnsom Friday urday t the t Opening many and35c flash value demagogues Spot Cash Lace Curtains i Special Values An over vine pattern on net ground overlooked stitched edges 3 yards long by 17 inches wide White 19ourSpot Cash Embroideries SjOOOfyards spring Embroid ji cries ranging in width from 3 to 10 inches Choice line of patterns us ually selling from to 35c 9cper yard Your pick Spot Cash Silk i One piece 3i inch black guarah teed Taffutta Silk Considered a bargain at 5125 Our 119 L Spot Cash price Two pieces 27inch Brown and Blue striped Silk waists Regn 98cCashSpot Cash Ladies Skirts lwcnt fie Ladies Skirts in the New Spring Styles nicely tailored Our price on these Skirts it3 feojfc J8twoSpot Cash Hosiery Twenty dozen Childs Fast Black 4selectdaysSpot in exess of 2500 pounds over the pike Judge R R Wedding in common with the other citizens of his end of town had using the pike In lieu of pavements but the new or dinance denies Judge the privilege of going on or even tbe pike and JUdgeslsidedown except when the ground Is frozen The writer is no lawyer but in view ol its effect on the Judge we believe the act to be class legisla tion At present Ohio county has two Representatives in the lower house and one Senator in the upper house of the General Assembly and eachof them energetic youngsters at that theJGovernorsto move 0 to county I The announcement of the Hon D I t i F + of our and J Aj Jan 2728 all new 15c for for been across town t 17I H Smith that he would not be a can Congressbringsa good Republican ought to succeed him but in all none such ebonldforsakeing the wrong man It could not find better congressional timber than the brilliant and versatile Common wealths Attorney of the Sixth dig trict B D Ringo Educated by years ol study and a professorship in a Kentucky college by nature en pleatingfancyhas supplemented his naural sblllty with years of research travel and Practical experience in affairs I or State He would ban honor to his State and district In the United States Congress and thats more than can be said of the kind his party usually send there V Subscribe for TUB REPUBLICAN i d t3l r EP BARNES C BRO u The excitement and bustle of the holiday season is now over and the reduction of stock prepar atory to our semiannual inventory is commanding our attention Remnants Odds and Ends in every department have been very materially reduced in price In some lines every arti cle in it is subject to a cut in price If You Need a ladys misses or childs Wrap you will find the price greatly reduced If You Need n boys or mans Overcoat our price will please you If you want a now Dress now Waist or now Skirt we have the material for either and thb Skirts readymade also and will make the price to your advantage Listen Here The Dry winter leis been unable to force many of you into heavy Boots and Shoes but the snows and slosh of the present demands bettor protection for the feet told wo firmly believe that we carry the strongest and most durable line of heavy Boots and Shoes sold in this territory For nineteen years we have sold Honest Mike Boots and Shoes Do you suppose any firm would handle any article that long unless they were firmlycon vinced that they had the best the market affords Our Seamless and Level Best Shoes for men boys and children have proven to be trade win ners and strictly satisfactory Shoes to the wearer Our ladies misses and childrens line of Shoes t are second to none in the country anda pair bought from our stock will satisfy you for tho 4 prices we charge you Beaver Date Ky4 r T TAKE THE REPUBLICAN The Bestc BargainsiTo you are low prices on seasonable goods That is goods for minediateusc and not for stuff thatyou must layaway for four or five months before using So we have concluded to mako a bid for your business for the next 31 days the month of January Wo must reduce our atock and to do so we will give our customers the benefit of 10 per cent discount on each pur chase made between January 1 and 31 inclusive Of course itmeans a loss to us but its your gain and we must stand it Just do a little figuringand you can at once see what it means For instance a barrel of Flour at 675 should bo GOB One dollars worth of Bacon would be DOe Shoes at 350 would be 315 a suit of clothes at 1250 would be 1075 and so on down the line so dont put it off until it is to latobut come and get first choice in Suits Shoes Rub bers Rubber Boots Hats Caps and Gloves The most com plete line 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 wo will give you the best market price Nothing charged at these Figures i Brown Mercantile Co jpsJCOFtl OllATJSID- fc McHenry Kentucky lJiI 1 j Fi Mr cP 7 J 1 f Hairtrord Republican 1 01 FRIDAY JANUARY a IHInolsContral RallroadTlm9- Table North Hoiinil- No 13J due I2J n m No irMu lJ30pin No 102 due 217 pm Noil III Ilnnnil 10121 duds lal r m No 101 due 231 puNolSl dueal7 p in Carson Bros pays cash for Furs Big reduction on Fure ECONOMY STORK A E Ellis Beda called at this of fice Saturday Try our Pickled Pigs Feet fine City Restaurant Try our Hot Drink so good City Restaurant For good things to eat go to the City Restaurant G M Maddox Rockport made us a pleasant call Monday Elijah Plummer Horton was a pleasant caller Monday Supt James DeWrese was In Louis ville the first of the week E M Kimmell Ceralvo was a very pleasant caller Wednesday Nicest line of Fruits and Candles in Hartford at City Restaurant Seed oils for sale at The Hartlord Mill Gos place of business tl New Mattings Lice Curtains and Bed Spreads at Economy Store You can get Glass any size you want Hp to 6 Inches at Hartford Mill Co tl Mr Willie Hurt left Tuesday for Louisville where he expects to lo ate Miss Hallle Morton Dwensboro is the guest of her cousin Miss Florence MortGlnto Nabisco Cheese Sandwich Fruit Cake Almond BonBons at Cly Res Unrant Try a barrel of Iglehcarta Swans down flonr It cant be excelled CARSON Co Fresh Oysters Fish Celery and I ItjCityYoung Men we have all the new shades and shapes inMenfs Hats S CARSON lit Co Buy onr Scholarship in the Massey Business College located at Louis yule Position guaranteed We have a few liars and Ladles Jackets to close out at 35 percent off See if you are in need of these goods CARSON lit Co Bring your tnrs to Sam Bach th Hartford merchant He wits take al youve got and pay you the highest cash price Panl Woodwardwbo has been quite ill of a severe attack of tonsolitls at the home of his parents on Clay street Is very much improved You ought to get some of our mix ed feed for your old cow and get a pail full oi good milk tl HARTFORD MILt Co Dr S W Crowe having completed his school at McHenry lest for Louisville the first ot last week to complete his medical course Attorney E M Woodward visited his cousin Mis Grace Park who is quite ill of organic heart trouble at Andersonyllle the first of the week The Hartford Mill Co is continually adding new machinery and build lug material to its plant and is pre pared to furnish almost anything in their line tt Mr Remus Carter who formerly lived in the county but who for the past twentyfive years has lived in the State of Washington is the guest of relatives near here Capt J G Keown and S A An derson leit Tuesday for Oklahoma City Ok where Capt Keown ex pects to reside in the future Mr Anderson will spend a few days prospecting for a location when he will return Buy our scholarship1 In the Masse Business College at Louisville It is good for either the commercial or shorthand department It edtltles you to go as long as you want to Position guaranteed by this school Apply at REPUBLICAN office a 4 j e I c i iov cad F lrj birgaln ad fop the 27 la8hV American ready Corsets at Fairs Styles correct Fairs Mattings are new Their prices are right New spring White Goods at Fairs Get their prices S M Dexter Centtrtown called to see us Wednesday Call on M T Likens for Flour Bran and Mixed Feed See Pairs Lace Curtains They are new and cheapest in town Why dont you try a pair of j i pants CARSON lit Co Fred ChapmanCeutertown was a plea antcaller Tuesday For Overcoats and Mens Under wear visit us CARSON Co Misses readyto wear Skirts at Fairs Special Bargain Sale January 27 28 Dont miss it Harve Condit Matanzis was the guest of his uncle L F Condit the first of the week We are able to sell and deliver the goods at a moderate priceCARSON lit Co Mr A W Davidson who has been quite ill since his return from the South Is able to be out again Dont tail to see onr 5C and roc counters for real bargains ECONOMY STORK Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf See our 50 and roc counters No special day but every day- ECONOMY STORE David Moreland of the West Hart pleasantCaUer Cream Cheese Brick Cheese Sau sage Boneless Ham Dried Beef and Crackers at City Restaurant Fair lit Co offer some unusual bar gains in their spot cash tale See their ad on the opposite page Messrs C R Stevens and James Boyd 61 the Waltons Creek neigh borhood called to seen Wednesday Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett enter tamed a few friends at sapper Tues day in honor of Mr Carl And rona birthday Bargains in Fairs economy base mthtaevery day but Bargains extraordinary on special days Special Isale January 27 28 Esq D J Wilcox who was taken severely ill at the close of Fiscal Court last week sufficiently recover ered to go home Sunday The Imperial Stock Co which is a splendid one will give a series oi ex cellent entertainments at the Opts House here January 26 27 apd 28 Mr W F Condit Matanras called thaIt e Bid well farm nearMatanzaa Could nation = 2 430 We are proud of our coterie of correspondents who Inrnlth us the local neighborhood news More points are represented this week than for man months We welcome them all Come again Messrs E L Bnllingtrm and T H Black have formed a partnership in the livery business and will open up about the first of April with a complete new outfit They will occupy the brick stable which Mr J W Ford will erect on Main street The Imperial Stock Co who will hold the boards at McHenry Opera House next Monday Tuesday and Wednesday will fill an engagement at Taylors Opera House on next Thursday Friday and Saturday nightsThe new Rough river packet We Three arrived at the Hartford wharf r last Thursday night and left for Ev ansville at noon next day The boat will make regular weekly trips between Hartford and Evansville At present it leaves Evinsvllle M mday and leaves Hartford Friday A protracted meeting wilt begin at the Hartford Methodist church next Sunday at 11 oclock Rev J J Smith of Clinton Ky will assist the pastor Rev W T Mlllerand will d arrangeyPrather of Madlsonvllle will con duct the singing exercises Mr W D Luce Hartford and Miss Oma Williams ot the G s hen ueighbnhqad were united in mar i f 1- pf i y M Stock Takerag Will begin here Februrary 3rd Before commenc ing we wish to reduce our stock as low as possible so ding this before the 3rd means we will offer seineybargains that will surely entice you to come befQreIthe date mentioned above 4 1 Mens Overcoats and Suits No Clothing in the country costs so much to as ours Why Because better work goes into mikojthan usually intogoes readytowear Clothing i garmentsatisfaction 1oneNow 41 0A few Suits of higher grade of black and mixed i colors that were recently sold for 1050 R-educedt0575c i We havnt enough space to mention all the bar gains wo will offer in our Clothing line so you must boysSuitsNow 165 Mayfield duced price 135Latest Hats for men in brown and black 1 25rDont forget that we have the Hamilton Brown Shoes none better Men s full dress Shoes as 1 low as 125Ladies fine Shoes for every day and Sunday use Bottom Piice1e110Mens Underwear of the heaviest fleece linedal ways sold at 100 per suit Now 85c a Suit only45cMens Heavy Cotton Sox 6 pairs for 25c pairHeavy3 pairs Sufcpenders 25c A lot of other bargains that cannot be mentioned in this such as Dress Goods Dry Goods Blankets Comforts etc will be reduced to sacrific r ing Tiis began Thursday the 19thand willwlast fourteen days 4n SarriBachf c Hartford KyI tentsMrWednesday afternoon at one oclock Tleyleft Immediately for a short bridal points tour to Louisville and other I Mr Howard Gray and ileof St John Kansas are visiting the farm lies of Dr E B Pendleton and Mr H P Taylor It will be remembered that Mrs Gray was Miss Laura Pen thye late Dr J B Both Mr Ulends1Insee m On February isth Mr Wayne Ellis will be united In marriage to Miss Blanche Greer Tfce matrimonial1 rites will take place at Mt Hermon church The bride to be Is theIdaughter of Mr Thomas Greer an estimable young lady TheI groom elect is the son of Mr A Ellis and is known for his gentlemanly demeanor and uprightness of char I acter THE REPUBLICAN lotus their many frIends In wishing them al the I joy that this lire affords The party given by Mrs T S Marks last Friday night at her home on Mulberry street in honor of her Sunday school class was a brilliant success All were made to eljYI themselves to the fullest extent and all join in in wishing to repeat th happy event in the near future Those present were Misses Mary Keown Cassle Riley Keltic Riley Arbye Brown Elba Bean Pearle TayloroNova Taylor Lillie Miller arid Nor ma Brown Messrs Will Hurt Geo Lewis Tom Wand Ernest Fields Cecil Stevens Marvin toseley1 Clellon Flener Cleve Her and Rossi Bennett I II f Subscribe for THE REPUIILIUAN j rxf Y i i 1- t t- r 3r h SOBS IN TilE SENATE WithTrcmblinrVolceAfccdScit tor Tells ot the False Cttre es Against Him The unusual spectacles of a Sen ator explaining on the floor Senile v charges made against him I11ii court of law in his own State wai witnessed in the national Senate Tuesday when Mr Mitchell of Ore of the indictment recent IIgonspoke against him by aa Ore jury The Senator bad not previously ap geared In the Senate since they Indict ment was returned and be was receive ed by his fellow Senator with many evidences of good will Mr Mitchells statement consumed abint threequarters of an hour Toward the close his voice was broken rejkerchief Many other Senators were visibly affected Public Sale On Thursday January s65b q 5 twill offer for sale at public on o the highestend best elude at vy farm 5 miles west from Hat about bushels of Corn 40000 pounds of Haya span of work Mules beadofyoungeCattleTerms Twelve months time LARKIN WILrIealaICentertown Ky New Blacksmith Shop- I 1 have opened up a number one Blacksmith Shop and am prepared to do all kinds of work In the line at lowest prices Corn Hey Oils Sc taken as pay for work FM ALUJK 2714 Centertown Ky I J 7n4 a qP THE PIGEON Y r Scouts Carry from Four to Six of Them as War Messengers With an army on the march the 7use of pigeons as messengers ha so far proved a allure all expert ments to get these birds to return t 4alolt continually on the move hav ing been void of success r Japan has however with the tenacity of purpose for which she is fa mous scored a success with travel- Ing lofts writes Gerald Austin in the PilgrimSuch lofts are stocked with birds as soon as they are old enough to leave the net and the birds are kept confined in it until required for use The whole lolt is then transerred to the military base or temporary posts near the scene of operations and the birds then several months old are given their liberty for the first time t Not having flown to another locality they quickly settle down to their new a surroundings and in a few days are familiar with the country for mile- around Every opportunity is slez to give them additional experience before they are actually used in the service and to keep open communi cation with an advance column or for scouting work these traveling lofts have proved invaluable Should however ttye base of operations bs pdyanced pr temporarily post aban dpned the brds lire at qppg discarded and 2 ilea i9lUrDlrred to Ih4 tered surroundings Scouts both mounted and on cy else tech carry from four to six birds in a bamboo cage slung alter the fashion ol a knapsack and thus re ports are sent back without the ne cessity of their leaving their post for observation For great distances two birds maybe flown with the same dispatch but this Is seldom required the usual custom being to repeat each message on subsequent bird so that the final pigeon liberated would not only carry its own but a copy of messages sent by the birds first lIber- ated It must be understood that the flight or the pigeon would be seriously impeded were it to be with any great weight and conse quently dispatches are written on specially prepared slips of rice paper Congratulations Mr John H Cullom Editor of th- SGarland Texas News has written letter of congratulations to the manu facturers of Chamberlains Coug Remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was a bab he was subject to croupy spells and we would be very uneasy about him We began using Chamber lains Cough Romedy in 1887 and finding it 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 there is no risk from giving an overdose I congratulate you upon the success of your remedy Fo sale by all druggists m oAi3ToaRiaBear the1t o Kind You Have Always Bought Itlga tar Jd The Russian Soldier- AI significant Illustration has re cently been given in Russia of the reason why It Is that so many so called reservists have so strenuously objected to the call which would take them into the army and send them to I fight in Manchuria Some ot the lo calauthorities in southwestern Rus sla recently asked the central government lilt would not be possible for it to aid in some way the families of those of their district who had either been killed or wounded in the war lu the far east The reply op peared to be In substauce that the imperial government could do noth Ingtbat if a man were sick or wonrd ed he woald unqueatlf nably be tak en care olin the hospitable depart went of the army if he had been killed he would no longer exist ai a Russian subject and the Russian government did not then know of his past existence In other words there is apparently no pension system in Russia The army service Is carried on as person al services were all over Europe two or three centuries ago when a sot der to k Ills chances knowing that f If he were woundedor incapacitated be would simply be a pauper for the rest of his days As the ordinary Russian peasant has been led to believe that those who go to Manchuria as Russian sol diers never return it Is not at all strange that his tawny and friends seriously object to his goings A Prisoner In Her Own Home AgnesIsev eral years been troubled with severe hoarsenees and at times a hard cough which she says Would keep me i doors for days I was prescribed for by physicians with no noticeable reo suits A friend gave me part of a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy with instructions to closely follow the directions and I wish to state that after the firat day I could notice a decided change for the better and at this time after using it for two weeks have no hesitation in saying I realize that I am entirely cured This remedy is for sale by all drug gists m Sentence Sermons No passion no power graftdIt is the goals we miss that make ns You cannot convince without con viction Too many read I charity weepeth long It Character la simply tba product ofI all our choices The gUt of sad gab win not do the work of the grace of God A man often shows his wisdom byI keeping his wit to himself The music of heave does not depend on the misery of earth Tile long winded prayer often goes with a broken winded practice- It takes more than molasses on the lips to make honey in the heart Piety is not a penance paid on earth to purchase property In heaven Lies may be the poorest hens w have but they always come home t roostThe only one who lived above all sin was the one who lived for all sin ners No man wastes as much time as dthe man who never wastes a ly in kindnessIts religion that is never happy unless it is making some on miserable- e When you find a maw overzealous about the faults of his neighbors walt until the dust settles and you will fink coathMm Mary a Crick of Whiter Plaint Ky writeeIII have been a dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse By the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and strength and can eat whatever I like There is no remedy in the world equal to Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure It digetts what you eat Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Utilizing Old TiresIHundreds of thousands of bicycle tires are produced annually and th mortthan two seasons If the rider give- them a fair amount of work at th most they will not last more thanI three seasons What becomes of al1I the rubber when the tires are die cardedIused for bicycle tires and it costs theI manufacturer but 153 a pound old tires go for forty cents a pound and this old rubber is employed for making almost everything but tires Rubber in its pure state would notI answer tbe purpose of the bicycle maker because It has not sufficient elasticity It will bend under pressure but It will not rebound as required end it is therefore necessary to mix sulphur with it The sulphur mlrts chemically with the rubber to such an extent that it cannot be separated and this gives tbe desired elasticity It is really sulphide of rubber which Is used for tires Old tires are torn to pieces In a masticating machine and are rewark ed Into common rubber sheeting doormats dolls rubber noses and a thousand other articles No other material is made into such a diversity of objects as rubber The rubber toy trade Is in the hands of the Germans and British declares have found it profitable to ship old rubber by the ton of Germany for the production of the squeaking dollIThe production of cycle tires had s r asumed such huge proportions that rubbers ft dear thing to hay and the toyraokerH have tn look largely to old tires for thesupply of the raw mater lal required in the business When you are wiping your brats on a rubber mat when your b by is pln ing with a doll that irks out a sbund that is suppo od to be pap or mamma at your own choice or when you are toM that Mr Sonnd o Is wearing a rubSer nose you ra + nevrr be crraln that It dirt not at one time form part of the Urea of your 1bicycle A Surprise Party A pleasant surprise party may Iw given to your stomach and liver b taking a medicine which will relieve their pain and discomfort viz Dr Kings New Life Pills Ihey are a moat wonderful remedy affording sure relief and cure for headache dizziness and constipation 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Hartford m Sentence Sermons Chlcniro Tribune Love is lifes Interpreter Some pain is the price of ary powerThe driest religion is the gushing kindEvery man owes every other man a happy lace Time to burn keeps the devils furnace going basItlUl9be a servant You son lOuse the religion you try to keep yourself Most of us believe tbat fasting fat tensthe other fellow I You do not clean yourself by smut- ting every one else A bushel of potatoes may be worth a ton of philanthropy- We find no better feelings in others then we foster In ourselves It takes more than the Sunday suit sainte hisowork will always get ahead in it You cannot escape your taxes here by talking abont your citizenship there When the good things ot life are our best things they become our worstWhen you come to say goodbye toe old sins It is unwise to hold a fare well meeting When a maw wears his piety as an ornament you can depend on Its be tog paste If vinegar would preserve morals tome men are sour enough to save the world The seamy aide of sin never ehowa up until we have nothing with which to smooth it down Yon have no right to complain that the sermon is thin if you are keep lug the preacher on a water ruel rotary Mr Was S Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago He was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which he did and it affected a complete cure This liniment is for sale by all druggists m CrosseHenry Dunant now seventyslx healthenear Constance waT originator of the Red Cross movement It Is forty five years since heI began his work and forty since the GeneveeDnnant was Influenced by what bad read of Florence Nightingales work In the Crimean war When bilious try a dose of Cham berlains Stomach aid Liver Tablets andrealize for once how quickly a first class uptodate medicine wil correct the disorder For sale by all druggists m I Why Ire Wanted a Tip At a certain Swiss hotel said an American tourist when I got ready to go I tipped everybody who bad waited on me to the slightest extent and was ready to drive off when on individual appeared and asked it I had forgotten his exlstance And what did you do for me I asked I am the undertaker in the canI ton he repliedyBut thank heaven I have not needed your services That is riot my fault monsieur For two weeks have I been ready to patch up your mangled remains andIsend them on to your friends with my condolence and yet you have refused to go up on the mountain and meet e with a loll It Is not for wr at I hit e done but for what I should like to have done Aerial Ferry Bridge An aerial frrry bridge is under con struction at Duluth Minr Its two palls were pticoiofuly jolteda shot time since It Is said tn br the only one ol Its kind In the ursern heml sphere and In the opinion rf eminent civil and mechanical engineers Is a re nmkablc triumph In englneerln kilt The bridge stretches IGS feel above the snthcf of the lake H of sufficent height to permit the tartest masked steamers to pus under tt The span is dig tart The cars CF j pnbleof CRrr InK freight nl nil descrip tion and 151 passengers At a time will be operated by tlctrlcity mnv fog from side tro side bv means of sus pended tables I EVERYBODY MAKE THI ClOTHCB WWTCJk I MOVV A QUART POR Sc FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Fh American aaca1 cETanavllleInd BEST FOR THE- BOWELS tllboO1OP of- T1elutpbylcor5111potIonIbaerou Tbs kHplartllOAND- YICIOATHAflTIO OIL I i EAT EM LIKE CANDY I Plauat PaUtabla Tut flood Do Good Nnec 9lkn fake or OrIMs 10 15 amd so cents rwr bci Writ tort sample and book lot OD lIoallla Addrtu 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Gum Balsam Is In two sizes 25c and C MlUnuTT C K HNITI BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAWFIIAItflOKII KY will lu nil the court UhloaniladloliilnKronntlniiinilConrtof Appeal SMHnlntt ntlnn plrni tn nil liu lni ontr d t e tbelrcnro CollKilnuiinitil Imctlcoiif Crim inal and lIe1 Kutntu Iaw Xpwlaltlr tflce ID- lllTHIIOiN IIUlldlDR FRANK L FELIXI AttorneyatLaw L illirrEoulDIATNl I Will pencil I olnliiitrnnntr end In the Court of tuprnk Criminal priutlpf nod Nillrcllont a mlnlrO- fflroln the llrrnlil building CHAS M CROWE LAWYERSiHAHTKOKD KY Will practice liliprnfiMlim In nil the court it Ohio and niljnlnlnir riiuntln end In l6 Cour a1Appnh Xprclnl flttfntinn ulfrn t criminal end ti collection line corner Mat ket end Ontrr tnvUTIiuiuuii curlier up stair JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attldlon given to rollwtlommakloff blrn4nl o Notary 1oMle Ohio COUD tr omn north lido llc auar R R WEDDING Attorney at Lawy t- e Ie HARTFORD KY Wlll irrtl nthr Stat and PnJtral Courts 1 niMr UM rlftlnu tor 1aloDO Ktr Collwtloui proptlrttnldto AUo Notary Iobllctoi JIll UhUrutiljr omc over rOblnCouDtr Hank M L IIKAVIIIX KIISCHT VOODW A IIP HEAVRIN CaQt Og etII- AarroanKT Q atllbCourtit 1 I Jal attention Rtrrn criminal irartlr and roll 1 loos Ufmn cut door IP Beek of W H BARNESIAttorney at LawANnCOUSTY ATTOHSIY- lUarroKD KY Will practlr blrolndou la all tb Coirli Ohio and adfolaingcounties and lath Court Appal Strict attention wlllb rinD to tAulneentrnted to hi car Colltrtloni pwl Ity limN IncoarthoDM 1- YANCY t- u L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky Will pratacehle profMulon In all hi Court at Ohio and nilolnlnK and la tilt Court ol Aappul Ala Nntmr Iublle Offlootfr Pint National I 60 YEARS EII PloB TRADC MAMa DeSIGN- SCORlaHTS Anron MaAlne a ikttch and 4crt Uon maytUnlcklr uortaln oar opcnloa frc an Uoiitn8l OJldoutcrLr probably patm wmanl teluanu oetan th y phe Iprrlai ftOClu without ctara mL Scicnfifk R1IerkafIfA handtomelr Uh tnid WMktf limit etc tlo1byallnwdalerMUNN a POCURID AND r DinNDfDIIoa4IDOd1fYnwIrto bow to corrrtbUMo IN ALL COUNTRIES fltulotu Jirrtt triM Wellington lime mnxyaitJ tjttn Ht faint ulullnltWrlltIU ninth Itmt app trilled tatoo Meat oats I WASHINGTON O cJ j andLunggIst and pay a of DR OTTOS SPRUCE GUM BALSAM 1 a strictly scientific compound of peculiar HADE PROM THE RED SPRUCE TREE The MOST STUBBORNCOUGHS not only Immediately yield to this remedy but nro speedily and permanently cured PropositionFI- RST medotocoolncepoDttoabowyou convince BaIallwould not pcue war sold 50c tIe practice for pol WOODWARD Hartford counties raves virtue COUPONCoto malt IMydlieaioli h ymtwlll0111rmoa23obottlofroolwllitakoitandrucommcndittotoy j o I fny0 tnIt At1rp Wtito Plninr For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Kyt t 4 e149Lw f FENNERSKidney Diseases of the organs bladder and catarrh heart o gravel backache dropsy OiiwALSOL Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you It necessary write Dr 1euner Ila lia ipviit u IKulluiu curl ilK just Michcuses u yours All consultations FREE 4LoCotooter Ataxia Now in Good Health Fau Dr U U Fonner Fredonla N IeDear SlrArter a sickness of mqre yourKidneymoan time I had tried or been under doctors caro at tho beginning of my trouble It was thought to be only a local one but utime wore on I became worse to that at lut I could not stand on my feet Then my arms and hands became useless Hut at last after a very longtime the use or both came back to me so that I could walk a little with aid of crutches The Doctors helped me to this point and no further and for 21 years I kept In the same condition Thro use of your Kidney and Backache Cure I am now In good health- Will say the doctors told meall of them that there was no cure for me because I was then suffering from LoCoMoter Ataxia I Remain yours Respectfully W D DREW Grand Rapids Mich 8old by Druggists 60c and 91 Get Cook Book and Treatise on M the KidneysFREE I RHEUMATISM cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly rlY it and t it you are not satisfied your money will bo cheerfully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main Sto Louisville Ky A DUwinibvO I EDUCATIONAbsolutely iiecemry to the young man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded it is of first importance to get your twining at the schools that stand in the very front ran- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College- N E Cor Second and Walnut Sta Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one a special SHORTHAND lat in his line Write for a beautiful book giving TYPEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United Statesit will be mailed to you FREE School open mil the year Students can enter at any time E JIWRIGHT President OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Hernld125rrI- lE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 250 TILE REPUIJLICAN and CourierJournal150T- HE REPUBLICAN and Thricofc Week World 105 THE REPUBLICAN and YeJIowJackot 125 and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 25TIETHE REPUBLICAN and Lipponcotts Cosmopolitan TILE REPUBLICAN and Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 GO SOUTHWEST 1t Like Time and Tide the Great South weat awaits no man but its a heap eke ier to get aboard at the instant of start lug than to contend with the element of momentum later Lot us give you the details of tbie new 4b countrys rapid growth and your chance to grow up with it Illustrated litera ture free f Rates Southwest I Cut Almost in Two Dec6 and 2004Jaii3 and 1705 Geo H Lee u 0 o Agnt K Lit Rock Ark the h H I McGuire DIt Pal Agent Cincinnati 0 Ih JNOSEBASTIANparsengrTraeicganagerChteegoRL t I h + Il Breathe the Pure Air A mans lungs mill hold nbuut 330 cubic Inches ol nlr ThAt in H lIulI more tha i J2 gnllnnn When hr 61 a his lungs full he can then bieaibe out 230 cubic Inches of nlr which is al mrstexattlyone gallop Some nirI always remain In the lung Blow Ing soap bubbts five or six inches across with one biewth you are doing very will It Is flood fur the healthI to take fresh air deep down Into the lungs every once In a while We should learn to sit and to walk with the chest forward and the shoul ders back This gives tbe lungs room and then It Is easy to fill them with air- Some girla have a very bad fashion ol fattening tbe dress very tlgbtI abut the waist This cramps the lungs Such a girl cannot take a full I breath Sbe tries to make up for it by breathing faster but she will be sure to have poor blood and poorI health The lungs must get enough air 10 that each red corpuscle ran get Its load of oxygen and the poison In the bad blood must get oat into the air This can never be done wellI when the lungs are tauetztd out of shape It Is very good for any one to go to an open window or out into the porch and take five or six dee breaths every day winter and sum mer Fill the lungs full and hold it there for a while Then breath ou and fill them ecaln- Ifyou will practice this and make sure that you always get plenty ofI good air to tbe lungs it Is quite likely you will never catch a cold The oxygen ot the air which you breathe Is carried off by the red cor puscles out even to the Ups of th fingers and toes When It unite- with the food it makes heat just as It did with the coal In the stove 1hereI Is no blaze of fire In the body like the one In the stove but the food Is slow ly burned and that keeps bodies warm Our bodies must not get too warm nor too cold Look at the thermome ter In your house or school room It ought to show a temperature ot 70 degrees Your body on the Inside isI 28 degrees warmer than that That would make your temperature 98 de gree In winter time we weir heavy chothes to keep the heat in our bodies from getting away and we live in warm rooms for the same rerson Another good way to keep warm I by ejercls When we make our mUlct S work the food is burned u faster and that makes us warmer Good exercise In tbe cool fresh air i a much better way to get warm than to sit all day by a warm stove We can nearly always manage to keep onr bodies from getting too coldI but there Is often danger that they may get too hot The body has a very nice way of keeping Itself from getting too warm and we will study that next When the body gets too warm the sweat begins to pour out all over th surface ot the skin As soon as sweat gets to the air it begins to dry upaa that takes heat from the body Thi Is a way nature has to keep us fromI getting too hot StomachTroublesNo More All stomach trouble is removed by the use of Rodol Dyspepsia Cure I gives the stomach perfect rest by digesting what you eat without the stomachs did The food builds up the body the rest restores tbe stom ach to health You dont have to diet yourself when taking Kodol Dye pepsia Cure J D Erahine of Al lenville Mich says I suffered Heartburn and Stomach trouble fo some time My aiater 1n law has 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 eatlI heartily and it in good health I amf glad to say Rodol gave me instant re lief Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m PeaShooters and Tbltreen Inch Guns- A comparison between the Peashooters and the great guns of mod ern welfare would be ridiculous but nevertheless the small boy with his blowpipe shows that the characteris tic essentials to tbe expert gunnerare justbeginning to manifest themselves The American youth iron his tender eat years delights in anything that will shoot The Slingshotand the airrlfie usually follow the blowpipe and the day that his father lets him a ar 4 sr have the rifle or the shotgun marks an epoch In the boys career that Is nev to be forgotten In the late war with Spain our Din ners won great prier fur their accuracy and coolness We are acknowl edge by oil nAtions lo be the best matksmen and sharpshooters in the worldIt because our young men pot eras what is so essential for this Hcievement clear heads steady nerve self possession and deltness The American boy Is allowed to shoot and hunt very few can be found who do not know bow to han dIe a gun and this sport Is recogniz ed as being one which brings out and develops most quickly his manly qualitiesThe Stevens Arm and Tool Com p ny of Cblcopee Falls Mass have been carrying on an educational cam paign to enconrage the use of small rms among the boys and we men don it because we thoroughly ap prove of their conrdenot only on ac accomplishthat injure the crops but because ol the moral and physlcial wholesome seas of the sport and the training it gives to the boy The Stevens people have published thepSteven Arms but contains various Interesting articles on Hunting booktwe understand will be sent free to anynne sndlng their nawe and ad drefs end enclosing four cents in stamps to cover postage Coughs and Colds All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quick CureeCleave the phlegm draws out inflammation and heals and soothes the af fected part strengthens the lungs wards oft pneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Bold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Pointers for Men A girl always makes a lace sills kissing another girl jnstaili it didnt taste good- There ntver was a man so wise that he did not enjoy bang made a fool of by a pretty woman No man feels any need of heaven is long as he can alt beside a girl with starry eyes No man would ever write a love letter If be thought it would ever be ofapromise case manpconfinementswith herself for company There are lots of girls that ran skate along like birds when they are by themselves that are perfectly helpless- on the ice when there la a man round When a mam had the legal right- to whip his wife provided he used a stick no thicker than his thumb women were just as anxious to get noweIf you tell a woman her baby looks bedlookssand acts just like her baby she doesnt like it- STATE m 40 rrj OF OnioCrrY OF TOLEDO 88 LUCAS COUNTY J makes oath that FtJ Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case off Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed Dercember A D 1886 SashA W Qleason Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Hold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con tipation m Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar- Cureaall Coughs aad expels Colds from Ue system by neatly moving te bowels A Some Things You May Not Know Nearly one fifth of the students at Swiss universities are women The new Belgln military system established on the basis of voluntary conscription has already proved a failure The meanest man has been discov eyed In Spokane He was caught robbing an opticians mite box ina ilHALBS rememberballs gray hair then keep ft Perhaps not J then Hair Renewer always restores color to gray hair Stops falllnc hair alsou kTfKjrrWaiPtVI store in which he was employed as watchmanSawdust is not used by some Paris restaurants the Gaulols says as a dressing fur cutlets Instead of bread crumbs It costs only thirty cents a sackA bee that works only at night is found in the jungles of India It Is- an unusually large Insect The combs are often six feet and from tour Inches to six inches thick The street railroads of San Francisco In accordance with a request by the Board of Health have Issued an order against the carrying ot soiled clothes on their cars In bundles or ba ketsIa of Rome Ga intends to attempt to cross Bering strait on the Ice irom Bant Cape Siberia to Cape Prince ol Wale No white man has ever accomplished the feat Joseph Choate American Ambas sador to the court ol St James has now served longer In that position than any of his predecesow since the retirement thirtyfive years ago of Charles Francis Adams Capt FC March who arrived In San Francisco recently from Mancbu ra where he was American military attached with Gen Kurokl brought with him five hundred photographs taken on the field of battle ANYBODY nippedIdstot the turinco that his choke canoot le Improved no gueu oak about the IMTKVKMHI ur loot right tai mode right and roc their lntcutar purpose ate fxaitlveljr utitelleii No wonder Uiea that STEVENS RIFLES PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS haf been adopted In tehmcetoeuaaeetheo W nodi STEVENS riBEARMSI- M told b ill tpordrouls and hardware dralm Uwn6r urmak iETRI flt Dot bs 04 KxneOilnifJiiilMBoal fact that na AmrtnOUAIIAHTEEO FOR VVA- LITThate sou to be ore to palfp this time Send twoK stamps foe Stntu Hook add Rlae Puzzle J STEVENS ARMS A TOOL COP O Sox 4092 Chloopo Falls Ma U S A Henry WattersonsLetters EuropeWill A Leading Feature ofT- heCourierJournal During 1905 There will be many other attractive departments all going to make a complete Newspaper Mill Rates Dally Courier 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Barnett Marshal Court convene second Monday In eachmonth nUc1oUII szvleaM E Church Sonth Serrlce third Sunday each month at 11am and 7p mand second Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting erery Wednes day evening EavWTIMnierPastorn- aptiatChurchService held Saturday nlgb before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night i and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday eTenlng Rev JHBurnett pastor Cl ChnrchSerrlcee Scat Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p nr Ber J D liar ned patter School Tnuteee IlarUordJai P Miller J Olenn S T Steven D M Mocker JIt Dear onJonCIWeyClty Holbrook Mayor B A Anderson Clerk Dr HJ Wedding W S Tlni ley A C Taylor U L Uarta T J Morton Councilmen Sort Qoeie tl u A 0 0 W meet first end third Friday t nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 976 FA AMaonflri Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No M Knight of the Mace a j beei every Tnnnday night V Bough BIrerLodgeNo1lOKnlghtol Pjthla meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Poet No 4 0 A B bold ng nlar meeting Saturdaybeforeflnt Sunday In Mth month 1 Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY ti Colorado Utah ttheaCIICDOUBLE DAILY SERVICE MIiCrtELECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN mm VlaMefIlSIee 1 uwAnd PMnfe IB TKSSG tSt2iCO eK3 cutOnix sIqCeCMeCLECTRiG foe tatter hlimitloi Unrilthf Milltr Etc Mint R T G MATTHCWa Inv hs1 t loom 202 tquilibli Bill lOUISIIllt XT t TOvrrIMn n c CJA or OR ilZllpabra Bttjlt d- c 1iticti y i p z M q t i if Hartford Republican 4 FRIDAY JANUARY ao t 7 iI I lAND SALE FOR TAXES f r j By virtue of taxes due me as Sheriff c of Ohio county Ky I will on Mon day February 6th 1905 expose to public sale at the Court House doo- a in Hartford Ky the followlnglands viz NORTH ROCKPORT No8- t AcrMTtxCtMt Brown Miss Tessle I lot 4 25 L COLORED Baker Jesse I lot 340- Atosley Preston and son i lot 2 60 SOUTH ROCKPORT NO9 Bennett AL 106 6 48- Fulkerson L D 60 6 92 Fulkerson Wm Berry 65 6 g McConnel Toe 13 4 So Milliard Levy T i lot In McHenry 7 04 Southard Hilai 65 8 72 MUBNRY NO 15 Davlsjas AI lot in Cromwell 4 24 Rowe Vm M 52 7 04 CENTERTOWN NO l6 Ashby M Everly 26 4 80 Carter Frank 84 8 82 Igleheart Warren r 28 5 36 y TlchenorWm A I lot 5 92 Simpson Mrs Nancy 52 6 48- SMAUHOUS NO 17 BrownClaude L 10 4 80 Tlchenor Mrs Mary A 100 6 48 COLORED forehead Jno 80 4 24 CERALVO NO 26 Rowe Mrs R U 11 3 12 1POINTPLEASANT Burns Jno 33 6 48- Uverly Mrs Della M 45 3 i5 BEDA NO3 Hoover L C 313 l6 6o Smith Geo 86 7 oo SULPHUR SPRINGS NO4 Saxley Chas E 193 14 oo I Mitchell Sam 50 4 2 Powers Sylvester 5 5 4 Stevens J W 54 4 60 Tucker Jno T 40 5 70 Willis OP 2 12 x Wright Jno H 80 7 25 BUFORD NO 23 Chapman Palestine 54 5 25 Dodson John T 10 3 35 Heflin Alex 10 3 30 Smith Chas T 8 3 35 BARTLETT NO 24 Chapman Mrs S A 115 3 60 King Rebecca 50 3 60 Kirk G N 53 7 oo pMartin W J 50 5 70 t W H 15 3 85 Westerfield J A 5734 4 70 Yates Temple E 90 5 93 ADDITIONAL LIST Sutton Jno T 141 12 65 HEFLIN NO 25 NIcely Wm C 16 4 20 Pate W S 65 730 Whitehouse Ed 65 5 70 Wade Jas W 175 10 50 RALPH NO 29 Greer Sam J 58fi 5 92 Ralph Jeff H 35 5 92 Roach J L tot 7 oo White Abraham 15 5 05 MAGAN NO 15 Hamilton Mrs Lucinda 45 a 56 Hamilton Thos H 7 3 30 6ofADDITIONAL LIST Mills Jno I24 412 NARROWS NO 28 Brown Mrs Augusta 2 4 24 Condor J W 47 8 20 Thomas Mrs Martha 8 4 24 CROMWELL No6 Raymond W H So 6 48 Sorrels W C 38 455 J R W L and Miss Annie Shultz 50 312 Taylor C S 140 7 63- SIIREVR NQ 21 Harden Jas R 82 5 36 Wilson W C 36 465A- BTNAVILLE NO 20 Bartlett John R 85 7 60 BivIn Henry L Hu 1000 Cecil Frank 48 7 35 Teal Amos G 1 3 35 WEST FORDSVILLS NO 19 Baize Wm J 45 4 80 I ADDITIONAL LIST 16ju Dean Tom i lot 3 95 36fI r Guss Chas iyi 3 20 Hillard J W i 3 4n Head B J 73 8 72 Stldnm EM 54 6 48 Truman TN 35 5 36 t Harris AI itf 440 I u COLORED LIST Mines Eswen 22 6 48 COOL SPRINGS NO 7 Hawes Saul H v 88 4 80 Williams Wm J top 6 50- Wldrlck Robin D 30 4 24 I SELECT NOI0 Baze CH 4 335 HORSE BRANCH NO 11 Embrey Wm T 82 6 50 Daughty Thos R 1 lot 4 25 2r5 Ford Mrs Harriett 20 2 90 Gary Winfield 50 4 2 5 Kissinger Daniel 3 3 45 Morris Leonard 65 3 7 Thomas Nathaniel J 73 4 oo ADDITIONAL LIST Morris Presley 23 361 ROSINB NO 12 Awtry John F 108 6 50 Bryant T J 150 7 60 Bozarth F M 75 3 70- I Hall W W I lot 3 70 Hurt Byron J 7 3 30 Ralph Mrs W H 35 3 12 Simmons Mrs Susan 14 2 50 Young J B 32 3 70 HAST HARTFORD NO1 Chinn Leslie 100 13 70 Lee Thos W 15 4 10 Lynch Jno W 25 3 25 ADDITIONAL LIST Snllenger C B 138 21 30 Stewart A J 25 5 70 COLORD LIST Hines Sam Haytl i lot 4 t Hunter A B Hayti i lot 371 Parks Wm Haytl i lot 4 6 Phipps John 180 9 50 WEST BEAVER DAM row 14 HockerN B 25 5 70 NON RESIDENT LILT Cecil C S 79 4 65 Fuqua John S 65 5 45 Grubb J W i lot In Beaver Dam 30 Morris V P White Plains 30 2 7 Stevens W P 112 13 10 Stevens L W i lot Pleas ant Ridge 2 50 CAL P KnOWN S 0 C MT VERNON r8The general health in this 5community Is very good ol Owensboro ha purchased the property of Mr Lar ence Daniel 0Mr and Mm Wilber Johnson of Sulphur Springs spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Johnstons mother Mrs E L White The school at New Baymufl closed Friday The teacher Mr Oscar Shultz gave an excellent talk The pupils say it mas the most profitable dx months they ever spent Romney Duff and Jerry L Allen were out squirrel hunting on January nth and found a black snake crawl Ing on the snow They killed the reptile and It measured more than three feet The snake seemed to bas e soupple as if It were Good Old Summer Time Miss Lizzie Canon spent Monday and Tuesday with her cousin Mrs Johnston at Sulphur Springs O A J9 TO H X A Bntealis Kind You Han limit Bough IofBEAVER DAM Jan 19Mr Philips of Owens boro spent a few days here last weekMr Parker of Central City was In town yesterday Jesse Norman of this place spent Sunday at his home at Select Ky J P Hazellrlg has recently moved from Davlers county to this place We welcome him in our town Miss Effie Render ol Hartford who has been visiting her sister Mrs A P Taylor returned home Saturday Miss Ztlla McCall of Leltcbfield is visiting Miss Lillian Monroe oft this place Rev E W Coakley of this place left yesterday for Sacramento Ky where he goes 19 hold a revival meet IngThe second term of school opened Jan 9th with encouraging prospects for the presert term The large hall was filled with patrons visitors and pupils After devotional exercises conducted by Rev Coakley the fol lowing nonresident pupils were enrolled for the term Eva Foray the Logansport Anna Smith McHenry Dela Peyton Wysoz Cora Blrnln Klrkmansville Perna Hale Kirk mansvllle Harry Rone Centertown Hary Leach Roxey Lela Taylor Westerfield Ora Maddox Wattersaon Cooper Ollie Thomas Jean Hazelrig Philpot Ida Crabb Arnold Orpha Brown Centertown Ernestine Jones Taylormlnes Dora Wallace Spring Lick L P Miller Horton Davis Forsythe Logansport Frank Mose ley Adaburg Guy Hazelrlgg Phil pott Edna Stearman Greensbnrg Edna Foster Goshen Allen Foster Goshen May HazelrlggfPhllpot Bes sle HszelriggtPhllpott The interesting playitA Kings Daughter will be presented at School Hall Saturday night by the young ladles of town Proceeds to go for she benefit ot the Methodist church There Is one rational way to treat nasal catarrh the medicine Is applied direct to the affected membrane The remedy Is Elys Cream Balm It reo stores the Inflamed tissues to a heal- S thy state without drying all the life out of them and it gives back the lost senses of taste and smell The sufferer who is tired of vain experiments should use Cream Balm Druggists sell It for 50 cts Ely Brothers 5 Warren street New York will It RENDER Jan t7John Carr was In Echols last Wednesday C M Baggerly of Louisville was here last Wednesday- S B Gentry returned frqm Linton Ind last Wednesday where he had been for the past nine months Koy Stevens of Centertown was here last Wednesday Deputy Sheri a Chester Keown of Hartford was here last Thursday on business 3J W Pate of Beaver Dam was ThnrsdayS was here last Thursday Mrs Richard Sidenlus of Hartford was the guest ol Mrs H W Jones last week H T Vance ot Louisville was here last Friday Rhea Armstrong of Leltchfield 6was here on business last Friday F Howey ol Central City was here last Friday G L Miller of Cloverport was here last Friday Tom Gwynn was badly hurt in the mines last Friday He was kicked by the male which he was dray logs J B Hurt was in Hartford last Friday attending the funeral of Mrs Edgar Hurt Rev B W Godfrey of Louisville was here last Saturday B F Garrett was In Rockport last SaturdayMrs Snyder returned to her home in Hancock county last Satur day after visiting her sister Mrs Scott Smith for the past four weeks City Marshall Refceer spent last Sunday with his family In CenterI townSimon Stephens went to Louisville last Sunday Messrs S S Hoover and Ernest Massie ol Louisville were here onI business yesterday Messrs Vlck and Babbage of Ow ensboro were here on business to dayIEd Mossbarger ol Louisville was here to day- Messrs Sam James Jr Joe JamesI E H Gwynn Jno S Spence and Miss Lucy James were all laid up with the grip last week but are somewhat ImprovedThere lots of sickness around here at present with the grip G T Tlnsley is on the sick list Land Sale for School Taxes By virtue of school tax due me as treasurer of white common school dls tract No i Hartford Ky I will on Monday February 6th 1905 at the court house door In Hartford Ky of fer lot sale the following lands in Hartford Ohio Co Ky Mrs Jennie Moseley a part of lot No 34 on Union Stand Peach alley adjoining Likens Westeifields livery stable end residence lot of A T Nail containing about J acre and being all of said lot except the por tion owned by A T Nail taxes for 1913 4 10 Also the same lot lor 1904 taxes 5 68 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 acre Tax lor 1903 54 35 Also the same lot for 1904 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 1904 tax 3 85 Mrs 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 1904 410 J G KfeowN Treas Jan ii 1935 2614 T 0 J4 i CERALYO Jan 17 Mrs P A Stilnardrid lam fly have moved Vo a farm near Sacra m l JJnet property James Eudnly who has been in bad health for tome time Is still quite feebleJake Evtrly Is building a new dwelling house here Rev E D Bogpess Beaver Dam failed to fill his appointment here SundayAn child of Mr Ham Mad dox died Wednesday with pneumo nia Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Mr Marion Klmbley at Equality Monday r 6OLATONJan 17 Dr J S Bean went to Hartford Tuesday Miss Annie Dunn Is the guest of Mrs J B Canon this week Saturday and Sunday Is Rev J W Bristowa regular appointment at the Baptist churchIC N Daniel went to Rcsme Tues day Miss Fannie Daniel who has bee confined to her room with that dread ful disease consumption is thought to be some better Miss Effie Jamison of Frledaland was In Olaton today Mr W H Ftllx who has been ill with rheumatism IK some better A N WIng left Monday for Leitch fieldOlaton will have a new stcre In the near future It wll bj run by C N McDaniel L B Daniel has accepted a pool tion with C N McDaniel Dr J S Bean who recently locat ed here Is one of Ohio countys noble sons and a good and ftlthful physi clan We are glad to say that th doctor is our physician A S of E Convention Persuant to previous call a delegate convention of the Local Unions of the American Society of Equity met at the Court House in Hartford Ky Jan ti 1905 for the purpose of or ganizing a permanent County Union Meeting called to order at tt oclock s m by Mr Steve Lanum of Rey odds Ky alter which M F Sharp was elected Temporary Chairman and G G Lannm temporary Secretary The enrollment ol Local Unions being called for It was ascertained that the number of Local Unions In the Coun ty is 21 18 of which were represented Total membership in the County approximately 700 The matter oi permanent organiza tion was then taken up David Moreland of Hartford was elected County President with power to call meetings of the County Unions at any time andjplace best calculated- to promote the Interest of the So cletyM F Sharp was elected perman ent Secretary Officers to hold for one year At 12 oclock adjourns ment was taken till I oclock The convention reassembled promptly at I oclock with President More land In the chair The matter ot permanent organization was resumed which resulted in the election of Alney Tlchenor of Centertown Vice President and G G Lanum o Reynolds as assistant Secretary In order to facilitate the work ol the County Union it was ageed that each Local Union should send three regularly accredited delegates with proper credentials to county Union that one of said delegates from each Local Unlou at the county Union shall band in their credentials to couuty Secretary who snail enroll them accordingly It was further ordered that each Local Union appoint- a committee of 2 members to Inspect and price the various erops of tobac co In their respective Local Union district owner of the crops to consti tute the third committeeman in each case The price to be fixed from 8 per Cwt and up accordldg to quality for dark tobacco For burley t12 per Cwt and up Also that each Local elect a special salesman whose duty it shall be to go with buyers over his district and from records furnished him by the committee on prices show the buyer the various crops priced by said committee and effect a sale as soon as said prices can be secured the buyer being required totake all that appear on his records otherwiseno sale Is to be wade Said salesman to see that all contracts signed by him ate fair and easy to be complied with The meeting was remarkably bar monlous throughout the entire see sion and a more determined bsdy of s 1 r citizens never assembled iq Ohio- cotirrtythan was present on this orbs soon and It Is clearly evident that he farmers realize thlll the time ha y irriyed when they plust take a decid ed stand for their owq Interests as agaicst the encroachments of organ ized speculators and gamblers in farm products So ends the first county un ion of the A S ol E in Ohio county Adjouned to meet in Beaver Dam February nth I9P4 Jas P Miller and R R Marlin appointed a com mlttee to secure H place of meeting in above named cityM F SHARP Secy I BUFORD Jan JfJThe farmers organized- a local A S of E here last Saturday Only two crops of tobacco have been sold in this community Farmers are holding for 8 8and =2 Mr Tom Baley and Miss Carry Bell were married the Sib lust at 130 oclock at the residence ol the brides father Mr Alexander Bell Those present were Mr R Holbrook and wife Dr Pendleton and wile and- a boat of relatives and friends The ceremony was performed by Rev R OwensboronA E Ellis of Alexander visited here Sunday Little Miss Pearl EAsterday visited relatives here last week returning home Monday William Cundifl has rheumatism Mrs Noble Hudson Is unite sick Bob Bell will sell out Saturday pre paratory to moving to Arkansas He will leave his family In Owensboro till he finds a place then he will send for them B F Graves and Owen Magan de livered a toad of hogs at Beaver Dam Tneday Mrll Ben Newton had quite a sur prise Friday the 13th being her 73rd aboute930 were Mrs Sallie Bell LIda Hus sey Lee Allen Mattie Turner Oma Holbrook Alpha Cnndlff Sallie Hnd son Lottie Paris Lama Magan Mr Lute Eaiterdaywile and little daugh ter of Beds and all the rest of the neighbors being 55 In all The one that needs most to be remembered Is Irs J S Colemao she being the same age and a lifelong friend of Mrs Newton Every one brought well filled baskets of everything good to eat and a good many nice presents besides It being a bad day herbroth ers could not get there All the child ren grand children and greatgrand children were present Judge Newton la only nine months older than his- wlft School at Oak Grove Mr J E Davidson one of the leading teachers of the county open ed his spring term at Oak Grove on January 8th The students from Oa Grove district are as follows Lera Shultz Harry King Okl Shultz Leslie Shultz Roxton Shultz Roscoe Jarnagln Minnie Ranney Le la Ranney Isibel Ranney Watt Ran nle E H Shields Golda Smith Bes ic Smith Olga Smith and Earle SmithThe following are from other die tracts Lonnie Sanderfur Rob Roy Roscoe Wilson J C James F M Miller Noka Trell Rogers W B Rogers StevensfBarnes Prentjs BEDA Jan 18Owing to the Inclemency of the weather Rev Horned oi Can eyvllle failed to fill his regular ape pointment at the M E church Sun day Mrs Sarah Bennett daughter and son spent Sunday at I K Wes terfield Uncle William Bennett who has bees ill for several weeks is no better Born to the wife of James Allen on the loth irist a girl Ira Taylor and family and Mrs Mary Kalley Buford visited Thomas Green and family recently Missle Mamie and Era Liles enterI talned a few of their friends Saturday eve Thomas Greer went to TuesdayMisses Era Liles and Bessie Shown who have been in Owensboro for the past few weeks have returned home Loree the little of Mr and Mrs Wllllle Chamberlain dl Friday at Mr Peter Shawns an was burled at Beulah cemetery Saturday Walter Park and Miss Ethel Bennett attended church at Nocretk San day George Luhbrooks and wile Ma onvile attended the burial of theirP 1 niece little oreCjCbamberaln School cosettttthIIP last Fri day s were Jlghly ten ertniaea bqebiIUil tMr Travis Maple Andersonvllle and Mr Ernes Woodward Hartford wet in pur town Tuesday Misses Ira and Bessie Mils Alex ander neighborhood attended the clcselng of school at this place Miss Ira shown spent last Satur day with Mrs Settle Iler Mrs Sarah Borah visited her daugh ter Mrs Susie Bennett Monday Miss Fannie Baird Beaver Dam M3 spent Saturday night with Miss Dena HndsonRev Cantrlll filled his regular ape pointment at No Creek Sunday Mr Wayne Steveoa visited firlenda In Dundee Sunday uJanFoster are quite glad Jo have him with then again He has been to Owensboro under the treatment of Dr J C Hoover Arch Is one of No creeks but boys and we can safely say he numbers his friends by his ac quaintance There will be prayer Meetln ate Wesley Chapel every Wednesday nightShadlach Greer was in East No creek Sunday Mr J B Wilson Hartford was i here Tuesday sutveylng a tract of land that Mr W F Stevens his pur chased from Mr L M Ward 4 Ernest Bennet Is In Louisville this RulahTaylorThe second quarterly meeting for atWesleyB F McCormick and Jesse Foster went to Braver Dam yesterday with a load ol hogs- Sherman Chamberlain who bas been confined to his bed with then l matlsm Is convalescent a4Jt Nasal CATARRHIn ihoold be detaansu Elji Cream Ba- lcIeooUin udheal the 4iMaHc1Dllmbralll II cum cUrrh tad drive away a cold to thi bud quickly Cream team U placed tolo tM nottriu tpmdt OTT the membrtn tad II tborb d BtlUt U Im J tBedliU tad ttun follow It U sot dtJlac4oea not product laetilag Lq eau H Stall tt One tlsu or by null Trial she10 cnt by null SIX BnOTIIEBS M Wurw Sine New Tork Real Estate- BARGAINS 141 acres tor f4500 or will sell at 30 ltr acre and make sur kvey 2K miles Irom Hartfordt 7aIn bottom balance good hill I land good Orcbardfine mea a dow 10 or 15 acres In codaIall under fence 120 acres near Rockport in good condition good build Ings and fine farm land for 120000 83 acres fine bottom land for I 20 per acre or f1600 3 miles from Hartford on Sandcrfnra crossing road Good house good barn young orchard in fine state of cultivation Afbargain 305 acres fine Rough river bottomland near Hartford J In fine state of cultivation Will sell cheap considering tthe land 188 acres near Ceralvo See me for prices 20 acres at Centertown SeeJ l me for prices One house and lot on Union street in Hartford In fine rcondition 75000 A house and 2 acres of ground adjoining Hartford Pinexfroltgood house and build loge for 37Soo 135 acres 4 miles north of Hartford In good state ol 85000d43000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good SsoooOnebargaind land iCyott willtarnish s A Anders 6 Dealer in Real EstatepHARTFORD KY t SV 3r r tx 4 pi