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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iy = J rQt S Jttttffr 1- ttttpnbliltu Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT 1N THE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII HAltTFORD ICY FRIDAY JANUARY 27 L905 No 28 + ROMANCE Marriage of Miss Storms an Mr Corley They Were Wedded Saturda Night In Hancock County Owfnuburo Inquirer 1 The final chapter in the Corley y Storms elopement romance has been written on Cupids ledger After a t week of suspense following the IfI elopement of January 12 followed by the mysterious disappearance of the girl from the home of friends in this city a disappearing that stirr ed Davicss Hancock Grayson and Ohio counties to wonder and roused most intense interest in all where l a the families are well known the es capade ended in the marriage of the 4tletefntinal young lovers at the home of the grqom near Roseville Hancock county Saturday afternoon Consent of the father of the bride was obtained Mrs jMpllie Stonns the girls mother is almost prostrated with grief nervousness due to the long strain t under which she bore up during the quest for her daughter One week ago last fhursday Dora Storms and Ed Corley living with their parents in the Roseville neighborhood about twelve miles from liawesville eloped to thiscityartned with the written consent of the futh 1erof the girl who is in Grayson county and William Corley whose Iradopted son Ed is Refusal of license was made here partiest1p to Henderson with the same result Other efforts to secure n license fail ing they remained in this county on a farm a few miles from this city until the girl was located by her mother Mrs Mollie Storms who came here with another daughter Miss Cora Storms With Patrolman 1 H M Babbitt a friend of the fami ly Mrs Storms went to the farm and brought her daughter here 1 Within a few hours the girl disappeared i from the Babbitt home on i I Seventh street and for two days not a trace was found indicating her whereabouts Saturday night telephone in IiLate reached the Babbitt home theCory her two daughters Miss Aurora of Louisville who came here to assist in the search and Miss Cora whoI resides at home immediately secur ed a vehicle and started on a trip to Roseville where they arrived about G oclock Sunday morning Going to the Corley home they found the daughter and sister a wife They had returned to the home l neighborhood and as the fact that t they were in their home county made it possible to secure a license with the consent of the father of the girl which she had this was done The ceremony was performedat4 oclock l 1 w Saturday afternoon by a minister l residing in the neighborhood The bride to disclose her course after leaving the Babbitt home in this city or at least had not told when Mr Babbitt started on the return tripThe scene of the meeting between 1 the mother and daughter and herI sisters was pathetic and touching in the extreme After the awful doubts that had been their companions from the moment that Dora went away the realization that she was alive and well caused a revulsion of feeling that was impossible to brook With devout petition and a pean of thanks the reunited family knelt to lay down their burdens at the alter of the Great White Throne and bur c iedjii their sorrows and disappoint yk nents In the solace of supplication f 9p t Suicide Near Deantield On last orninslIrs Jnd J Taylor who makes I her home with I t I her brother Jas Haynes between Deanfield and tnavilleremarked i the presence of the family that she iliadn r remark and the rest of the family went to church When they return ay tion proved the object to be the body of Mrs Taylor She was lying on the ice with her head through a hole that had been cut to allow the horses to drink A note was found at the house telling where her body could be found and also where shejwished to be buried No cause was given for her rash act and none is known by the fami ly Her husband had been dead for more than a year and it is supposed that pensive melancholy produced the state of mind which caused self destruction WASHINGTON LETTER Able Discussion of the Consular Service Canteen Ones tion I1IICdlll to TIll IttriiiLirAX Washington D C Jan 21 1905 The message of President Roosevelt to Congress suggesting means to promote foreign trade is in line with his wellknown views regarding the consular service The next four years will doubtless witness sucha strengthening and bracing up in this service as has never before been known The consular service of theI United States is one of the weakest if not the very weakest branches ofI our civil service The unfit menI who have been sent abroad to repre sent us in a commercial and semi diplomatic capacity are perhaps the worst ever sentby any government for that purpose A majority ofI them have not known even how toI speak the language of the country to which they were accredited A con sul sent to Cadiz Spain a few years ago was not in the habit of wearing a collar in this country and consider ed it effeminate and unAmerican to wear one He chewed tobacco in cessantly and was one of the most slovenly slipshod men of his class Doubtless there is much truth in Burns lines that a mans a man for a that but was not the man that was under consideration it was the consulthe parson who repre sented us in an alien country among people who had been educated forages to consider dress bearing and the graces the end and aim of life and who measured and judged ourI country by our representative I Consul to the old and aristocratic port of Cadiz was doubtless an ex treme type but we have many Con suls abroad who are better only in degree They have been appointed without regard to fitnessbut on account of kinship or because oft some political service rendered They have never traveled and it is rare that they know the language of the country to which they are sent when it is considered that these Consuls of ours have to compete with the debonair educated and poly glot consuls that England and Ger many send abroad we have before us the reason why those countries take trade away from us in South America Mexico Cuba and other lands The President in his message roc ommends that six commercial attaches shall be sent to various for eign localities to promote tradeI Each one is to receive a salary of 5000 a year exclusive of traveling expenses and it is estimated that the total expense ofmaintenance will be annually 50000 There is a promise of important and far reaching improvement the strengthening of our whole foreign service in the interest of trade and the gradual development of our foreign trade capacities For many years agriculture mthe United States has provided through the demand from abroad for our surplus t iy- Nt s J crops and more for foreign marl kets 11 We do not pay our foreign am bassadors or ministers abroad as much as other countries or as much as ministers from these countries act credited to the United States but recent administrations have been taking advantage of the fact that these places are eagerly desired by rich men and Presidents Cleveland McKinley and President Roosevelt have all favored the policy of giving our multimillionaires a chance to die poor by appointing them ambas sadorsMr Whitelaw Reid has been in Washington for ten days entertain ed by Capt Cowles whose wife is a sister of President Roosevelt Capt Cowles was formerly an attache of the American ambassy in London Mr Reid it is wellknown is to be appointed an ambassador to Eng land He was formerly ambassador to France He has already secured Brooke House Lark Lane London as a residence The property is a splendid one and owned by Lord Tweedmouth It is the same house which Mr Reid occupied fora month when he was accredited as special American envoy at the coronation of King Edward e There is a merry war going on in Washington between the Womens Christian Temperance Union and the Womens Army and Navy League Both organizations pre advocating temperance the former is opposed to the army canteen and the latter urging its reinstatement The worn of the Army and Navy League insist that the canteen is in the interest of sobriety good morals decency and health that it furnishes an assembling point in camp or in barracks and pavements enlisted men wandering outside dissipating and drTnkTng themselves into the gutter and indulging i in the worst types of debauchery The argument of the Womens Christian Temperance Union is well known and is manly to the effect that the Government must in no sense be a saloonkeeper or handout in any shape or form the vile hellbroth whether it is beer whiskeybrandy wine or cider GENERAL NEWS I Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems IAnnie Johnson sixteen years of age was accidentally shot and killed her fourteenyearold brother at Central City Ky The boy playfully fired at her with a gun he thought was not loaded William Britton on trial at Lexington for the murder of James Cock rill at Jackson testified in his own behalf and denied all connection with the killing Johann Hoch has disappeared from Chicago and the police are in possession of facts showing that he had not less than thirteen wives in ten years It is believUl that it has been discovered where he lived with seven others and the existence of still more is suspected A number of them died shortly after their mar riage to Hoch and besides charges- of bigamy and swindling it is believed that direct charges of murder can be preferred against him The special grand jury at Lexington returned eleven indictments against the negro James Piersall who was brought from Lexington tq tho Louisville jail for safekeeping The indictments charge criminal assault shotting and wounding striking and wounding housebreaking and robbery The announcement of the composition of the new French Cabinet was coldly received at Rome s Ten new wells were brought in in the Kentucky oil field thfiiast week six oftvJrich jwere in All of them were faproducers Sing tp the low price of crude t rI I 1 ti8 e CONSUL GENERAL TO AUSTRALIA I JJAMES M MORGAN 1785 HON Street Washington D C ExLieutenant U 8 Navy Ex Lieutenant Confederate Navy and Ex Consul General to Australia writes Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohi- oGentlemenThe use of your Peruna as a remedy or cure for catarrh by many of my friends who have been benefited by the same as well as my own experience as to Its efficacy and good tonic prop erties causes me to recommend It to all persons and you are at liberty to use this endorsement and my j It It willgive any to M Morgan Free Peruna 1905 product drilling operations have received something of a setback Four persons were killed and four others were injured two of them perhaps fatally in a headend col lision between freight trains on the Louisville and Nashville railroad near Shawanee Tenn about ten miles from Middlesboro Sunday morning It is said that one of the engineers forgot orders Shop I have opened up a number one Blacksmith Shop and am prepared to do all of work in the line at lowest prices Corn Hay Oats c taken as pay for F M 27t4 Ky Court House Chat Once on a time viz January 1st 1905 there was a man who resolved not to do so any His friends moreIhis having and hisconsciencespoke even more forcibly its pleasure As he had not been on speaking terms with his conscience for several years the renewal of old associations was quite enjoyable Then his wife him to the telephone and told him that her mother was at their house and had promised to stay with them until warm weather and the man put up the transmitter with a sigh and begun making fireproof pavements Hisname was John 4 titIt but true that the whose fl ALSO- ExLieutenant United States Navy and Ex Lieutenant Confeder ate Navy Uses and Recommends Peruna Is a Safeguard Against the Ills Inci dent to Inclement Weather UL photograph force sameJames Druggist for New Blacksmith kinds work ALLE- NCentertown nevertheless Peruna business or pleasure keep them around the Court House are the larg est givers to charity in the county The yellow brick building on the public square is a magnet that final ly attracts to itself all the tragedy and all the pathos in the lives of Ohio countys many thousand people and the gentlemen who occupy it are called upon more frequently others to act the Good thanI If in truth it is more give than to receive then the Court- House crowd must be members of the elect a And speaking of characters those who know him best say that H F Lowe the obliging Assessor is at heart a philanthropist and prophesy that in a short he will some college or donate a free library I to the citizens Recent happenings here make their forecast seem plau sible I U the belt of llta the gold That youth ID laid to bold Ii the preface to be chosen Or the story that II told In one of the Addisons quaint fa bles he tells that a goddess agreed to relive every man of his infirmities on condition that he would take up some cross borne by a fellow sufferer and how the mained the halt and the blind to cast away their deformities and howeach found the new infliction unbearable and how they longed for the old ion which years of experience and Habit had taught them to care for and conceal Hot the cripple wllohadcastawaywahort limb and I I 0 t I I Catarrh of the Head Which Affected nearing Cured by Peruna Mr J Emile Tanguay No 833 John St la Secretary of the Jacques Curling Club of Quebec one of the lead ing sporting clubs la the city Its members are composed of young men of the best families lie writes Last winter I caught a severe cold which developed into a severe cue of catarrh of tho head affecting my hearI- ng especially My eyes ran my eys tern seemed to be generally clogged up I was advised by a club friend to try Pe runa and did BO at once To my I found a sot in for the better within three days and in eight days I was entirely wellU Emile Tanguay Mr Adolph Koehlcr President of tho North Side Turner ehatt writes from Clark and Leland Ave Chicago 1111 I It is with pleasure that I endorse Peruna as a firstclaw especi ally for catarrhal affections of the throat I and lungs I havo used it with much benefit and several of my friends hay been cured of catarrh entirely where Peruna was usodAdolph Koehlor NothIng Better Than for Catarrhal Troubles Says Congressman C P Dorr C P Dorr Hotel Johnson Washington D C ExCongressman from West Virginia writes I can cheerfully recommend Pernna to anyone who wants a safe and permanent cure for catarrh For throat lung and catarrhal troublo there is nothing better than rerunaC P Dorr Colds Lead to Chronic Catarrh A common cold is acute catarrh which quickly becomes chronic catarrh It allowed to remain Every cojd snap leaves In its trail thousands of cases of catarrh many of whom for want of an effective remedy will suffer from this disease the rest of thelr lives Is there anything that can be done to prevent all thlftT + In tho first place Peruna used at the l proper time will prevent taking cold In the second place Peruna will cure a cold in from two to fivo days Again Peruna will cure catarrh quick ly In tho first stages and finally Peruna will also cure chronic catarrh if used properlyand persistently Peruna kept In the house and properly used will therefore not only act as- a safeguard against the ailments which result trout sudden cold waves but will also prove a sure remedy lot this class of ailments If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Perana write at once to Dr Hartman giving a tullstatementof your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad tiPerunaclass drug store for 100 per bottle Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O Ask Your a Almanac for 1 called while endow oar hasted afflict almost Quobec delight chango medicine Peruna obtained a sound one at the cost of sight was afraid to move either tho old foot or the new and how the nan who was rid of the blindness at thecost of a short leg stumbled and fell more often than before And so nature a wizard juggling with time allures youth with the joys of maturityand consoles old 0 age with dreams of childhood until in sheer weariness we may say withanother Gladly I lived and gladly dl And 1 lay me down with a will Home It tb tailor rom overtheesa And the bnnterbomt from the hill LawsHarrison- J T Laws and Miss Effie Harri son were married quietly at the home of the bride in Beaver Dam Wednesday afternoon OLATON 23The general health in JJan is very good J W Bristow filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Lawrence Daniel and J Bt Canon went to Horse Branch today Miss Stella Daniel was in town today shopping Misses Pauline and Elizabeth Miller Horse Branch visited their grandmother Mrs William Lyons t Saturday and Sunday Will James of Caneyville was in town today IMiss Blanch StClair Friedaland attended church here last Sunday Born to the wife of J A Daniel on the 22nd inst a boy Mother and getting alongjicely roplnbuilttostore r e nK V1 R + n + J SPEAKER CANNON rf Rules House Without Using r Harsh Measures t f and Reed the Two Speaker ilie a Quarter CenturyTheir Methods Differ A rather tall and spare man slight bent and wearing chinn whisker tinged with gray sits in the presic t I t ing officers chair of the House or tmoves around quietly among the members on the floor He walks o tiptoe and seldom speaks above a L Iwhisper This man is Speaker Can 1 non present probablylthe mpa L i i potential figure in American politic the denominating force of Congress who makes and unmakes laws al most at his will The position If l Speaker has always been one of great and commanding influence 4 Daniel Webster once said that ever mediocre man became great ii I the eyes of the people when he ed the chair REED AND CANNON e During the last quarter of a century there have been two really no table speakersThomas B Reedanc Joseph G Cannon The others have all been good men generally men of great ability but they did not measure up to the standard of these dis tinguished exponents of Americar statesmanship Reed swayed the House as the wind sways the grass in a field He gave orders and they were obeyed The members whc questioned him felt the sting of the party lash and generally were left at home the next session He was charged with being tyrannical and he was but his tyranny was of the kind which made for good laws and good government Cannon is equal r ly the boss but less thetyrant He controlls in a different way but conS- t trolls none the less effectively Reed was feared Cannon is loved v Young men idolize him He is look ed up to and revered There k nothing of the New Englond aristo crat about Cannon He is of the earth earthly andof the world worldly He speaks in homely phra zes and occasionally interjects an extra word into his speech to make it effective He is full of an ecdotes and illustrates points by the telling of a pat story He is in all ways a good American with whole some American ways The power of the Speaker to shape the ways of legislation has never been more forcefully shown than last week when he swayed the House and turned what threatened to be anoverwhelming sentiment in fa vor of ah extra session and a revis ion of the tariff into an overwhelm in wayirethe op position of a number of leaders up on the Republican side Moreover he did it easily A few of his closest friends were called into consul tation There is no need of an ex tra session said the Speaker None is crying for tariff revision ex cept a few who would be benefitted It would disturb the business condi tions of the country and hard times would result I defended the tariff wherever Iw ent last fall and every where I found people satisfied and contented The mere suggestion of a tariff change is having its effect upon the country Let us show that the House is not in sympathy with the move Get busy His friends got busy and in twen tyfour hours a large majority of the Republican members had signed a protest against an extra session and a revision of the Dingley bill until at least the next regular ses sion of Congress Cannon may have been wrong or right in his contention that nothing should be done to lessen the dutiesk of protection People disagree as to this and disagree widely but it illustrates his power and shows what a commanding figure he is Reed could have done the same thing but he would not have done it so quiet ly or so diplomatically There would have been more injured feelings left behind The whip would have been K wracked and the sting of the lash R1 feltCannon t is a determined man He hates compromise as he hates deceit t When there was talk of his being 7 Fnominated for the Vice Presidency last spring and he could perhaps 9halehad the place if he desired he t i 1 Iststaisarst Ayers Falling hair means weak hair Then strengthen your hair feed it with the only hair food Ayers Hair Vigor It checks falling hair makes the hair Hair Vigor grow completely cures dandruff And it always restores colorto gray hair all the rich 1dark color of early lif- eafll lr wu filllnr out body and tJwar would lose It all Then 1 Hair Visor It quickly itoppcd the falling and made rar hairZCCA ALLawElizabeth N J J O ATaa CO flOOabottlAllrtnillUli forrnII Mull Falling Hair came out in the open and said he would not take the Honor But they will force it upon you said a friend 1No they will not was the reply If I were nominated and elected I would refuse to go to Washington and serve I know o- no r way I could be forced to do so I will stay in Danville and practice law I do not propose to be buries in the Senate I want action In the last part of this sentence Cannon touched the keynote of his life He wants and must have ac tion He has always had it and always will as long as hej lives It h I the reason that at 69 years of age he is as hale and hearty and chipper as a man of thirty generally is He walks to the Capitol nearly every day from his home more than two miles away and walks with an elas tic step which gives no sign of age He can attend a banquet at night and be up at 6 the next morning without showing the least sign ol fatigueMr has been elected fox another term He will be Speaker as long as he remains in the House and the Republicans are in the ma jority It would be poor policy for any member to oppose him Coughs and Colds All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quick ly cured by One Minute Cough Cure Clears tbe phlegm draws out inflam mation and heals and soothes the af fected party strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m u RcHlnol cart Cnlcnclnr And Record of Babys Doings The new Resinol Art Calerdar for 1905 is one of the most beautiful calendars ever issued Six sheets of heavy enameled paper contain on one side six beautiful color designs of babies and children while on the reverse side are drawings depicting child life with spaces for the nomi nation of babys sayings and doings It is a work of art that will delight a mothers heart Sent postpaid by the Resinol Chemical Company of Baltimore Md for two wrappers from Resinol Soap or one wrapper and 15 cents or for 40 cents a calendar and a cake of Resi nol Soap will be sent A Misapplied Petition February Iipplncott1 Not long since the choir in one of the fashionable churches of the South rendered a long and difficult anthemone with many frills and furbelows The good minister sat patiently through it but when the anthem was finished he arose and to the amusement of both congregation and choir began his prayer in deep ly earnest tones sayingO Lord we thank Thee that we are still alive Forced to Starve B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suflered agonies with 1 sore on my upper lip so painful slime limes that I could not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and wouuds At Z Wayne Griffin it Bros drug store Only V5c m Kentuckys Convention of Young Men The twentyseven Annual State Convention of the Kentucky Young Mens Christian Associations will beheld in the city of Owenstoro Fe 3 o 4 taNYM +w AwfMair illra ruary 1619 1905 These Conventions are always looked forwprd to with great interest and attract wide recognizatiorr throughout the State because of their large representations of men frpm all parts of the State and the strong program presented Among the speakers for this Convention nrePresident F W Hinitt D D Danville Frank H Burt Chicago S D Gordci Cleveland C C Michner Dr Gd J Fisher A G Knebel Geo B Hodge Tom Keenan New York City E W Beck State Secretary Minnesota President J C Achesoi Danville and other representativ men of the State The music will be in charge of E W Beck of Minnesota and he will have the assistance of the Henderson Male Chorus and the Boys Orchestra of the Louisville Association There are to be several new and important features of the Comer vention this year which will add largely to its efficiencyl three Normal Bible Classes taught by three expert instructors each class to meet three times during the Comer tion 2 a State Gymnasium and Athletic Contest participated in by the deligates 3 the Association CM hibit will be given a place of promi nence and will be very helpful to every student of the Association movement 4 a Women Committee Con ference will be held in connection with the Convention and attendee by delegates from the several wo mens committees throughout the State The educational social physical and religious departments of the association work will be discussed under the leadership of men who are among the Associations best experts in the country There wil be special conference city railroads student county at which some of the problems in these department will be thoroughly discussed STATE OF OnioCiTV OF TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY f 88 Funk J Cheney makes oath that be is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney ck Co doing business it the city of Toledo county and Start aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Gth day of December A D 1886 SeatA W Gleason Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75o Take Halls Family Pills for con lipation m OBI FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF Sisay Plln InslUo or out In from 3 to minutes The Editors Gentleman The question always comes up What is a gentleman Some say he is a man with a smooth tongue But men connected with the newspaper trade have a canon of their own Mr Editor said a patron one day how is it you never call on me to pay for your paper Oh said the man of types we never ask a gentleman for money Indeed the patron replied How do you manage to get along when they dont pay Why said Mr Editor after a certain time we conclude he is not a gentleman and we ask him Spoody Rollof A salve that heals without a scar is 3eWitts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflammation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and ruicee DeWitta is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of inunterfeitsthty are dancerous Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m r A STORY BY LINCOLN Courting Experience Applied to OfficeSeekers By the Great President Youths Companion This story of Lincoln seems to be a new one It was related at an old settlers meeting at Mount Pleasant Ia by the late Senator James Har an of Iowa who served as Secreta ry of the Interior under Mr Lincoln rod whose daughter Mary is the wife of Robert Lincoln exSecretary of War and now a leading lawyer and capitalist of Chicago Some politicians had called on President Lincoln to urge the appointment of some of their friends to positions in a certain department By way of refusal the President told the following story- Gentlemen the conditions in that department put me in mind of time that a young friend and myself tried to court the two daughters of a pep pery widow living near our home The old lady kept a lot of hounds We had not been in the house long before one of the hounds came into the room and lay down by the fire In a little while another one came to the door He didnt get in for the old lady gave him a kicksay ing Get out of here Theres too many dogs in here now We concluded to court some oth er girls RIPANS Tabulrs Doctors find A good prescription For mankind TbS nut pachtlaeDou btor usual urcanlon The tam II bottle ceu ante contalosa supply or a year All oIrultlttun them I I 10 cts a copy 100 a y- earMCCLURES MAGAZINEis zine for the family says one of tionievery month It is without que The Best at any PriceGr- eatI features arc promised for next yearsix or more wholesome interesting short stories in every number 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the states agricultural interests it has the opportunity to obtain and it never fails to publish live uptodate fresh news and valuable feature matter a which no other paper containstSample copies may be had on application at this office g 7 Constipated and Bilious Sufferers In order to prove absolutely that we can cure you of all maladies pertaining to the Liver and Kidneys such as Dypepsla Constipation IndigestIon Biliousness Malana Nervous and Sick Headaches Diarrhcea 41 and Dysentery of a bilious type we will give you an order on your druggist and pay him for n bottle of 1 Dr Garlstedts German Liver Powder j Our free proposition FIRST BOTTLE FREES lug need Dllledl Gum LlmPotrdcr havo never tried It please send us the coupon herewith Wo will then send you an order on your druggist for II fullsized bottle free and we will pay your druggist ourselves for It This le our free site made to convince rouLto show you whet Dr Cirtiltdli Geta Llnr Powder Is and what It can 10 accept tt places you under no obligations wbatever No sick one can neglect such an offer and be fair to himself The very fact of tbe offer must convince you that Dr CarUKtffi German peer Powder does as we claim We would surely not pay tor a bottle and give It away waattobeDr Carlstedts German Lher Powder Is sold In two sizes 25c and SI CUT OUT THIS COUPONFor this offer may not appear sfn Fill out tho bllUllll and mall a 9It to The American Phrmaal Co IIvunlll ladiMy disease Is oo I ban never tried Dr Carlstedta German Liver Powderjiiii It a you will supply me a 25o bottle free I will take It wywn w w L w w+ w ww- fi w t CT Ml Urtu Writ Ultr r For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I ii 4- e i rY w y aYda r iiJAPANESE RELIGION fThey Worship Spirits and Defy Shades of The r Dead The touching address which Admi rat Togo delivered at Tokio the other day to the spirits of the officers and who were killed while fighting i bmen him in the Port Arthur fleet illustrates Shintoism the Japanese national religion Many theologians insist thut it is not a religion be cause there is no theology in it that it is only ajmanifestation of certain susperstitions in which the entir f Japanese nation believes but I4 Hearn has said it is the soul of the raceAll Japanese are spiritualists s to speak and they are taught that d the spirits of tho dead in a Iurgo measure control the actions of tlv living They do not believe in ghosts they dojnot have mediums of com M munication with their dead and they do not receive messages from the otherworld But this world is full of Criendly invisible beings encour f aging protecting and comforting them and the landscape is dotted li ewith shrines that have been erected 0 the purpose worshiping good and InfluentIalmen If a Japanese is going to war he prays before the shrine ofsome great J 1oldier ifthe is preparing for a jour ney he goes to the shrine of a great traveler if he is a party to a lawsuit he prays for the aid and guidance oj some famous jurist before he lays but his garden he prays to the spirit of some great landscape architect r and so on in every duty pleasure and labor of life he consults the l spirit of his ancestors and those o otherwise a good man and without expecting any direct answer has faith that they will give him their encouragement protect him from errors and lead him in the right way This the theologians say is not religion but it is a practical actual t ioevery day thing and illustrates the Japanese character more strongly iythan any other act or word 4 is a striking contrast be tween the Japanese and Hindus in- I this respect The latter are surrounded by spirits in a similar man ner and their fate is controlled in- a similar way but the gods of the Hindu are wicked cruel vindictive and malicious and in his prayers and sacrifices he does not ask fort light or aid for he has been taught r that they will not give it to him He begs for mercy he makes sacrifices and brings offerings from his scanty store in the hope of making the gods good natured and in that t way perhaps his misery may be les sened his load lighted and impend ing misfortunes averted On the other hand the Japanese gods arc f all kind and generous and helpful and the faith of the people never r fails a y Tho Diamond Cure f The latest new Irm Paris in that they have ditcuvereil diamond cure for consumption IIOU tear consumption or pneumonia itwill r be beet for you to take that gre- aJ remedy mentioned by W T McUte I of Vmileer Teno I had n cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Die cotery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave iiittnnt relief and effected a permanent cure Un L equaled quick curt for Thrust and Lung Lrouble At 2 Wayne Grit fin and Uros drug store price GOo t Y and 8100 guaranteed Triaj bottle tree m ToTell a Horses Age Nearly everyone can tell a very old horse from a very young one Frequently one sees a sleekfat genits year old that is fully twice as old I The lower front teeth if healty and natural are practically an ac cute guide says the Baltimore Sun A yearling has very short teeth with tij deep cups in the center the two end ones being shorter than tho others A twoyearold has short teeth withcomparitively shallow cups I A three year okllms two long teeth ln the center withtwoshortot colt j teeth on either side r A fouryearold four long teeth J with one short one on either side i teethiI cup A six yearoid has yellow cups in c 3 A RAVE FOR LIFE Spurring hit jaded horse to renewed effort when the animal uliould be refreshed with proper food nml rest U about an sen sible an prescribing nerve tonics alcoholic compounds coca mixtures and cocktails which only spur on the already weakened nervous system Neither doc it do to put the nerve to sleep with narcotics When you feel wornout down jaded and the effect of brain tire u as nerve weakness sleeplessness and fatigue take buildeend improve the condition of the blood When fhe blood impoverished the nerves feel the effect Nervousness In nine cases nerveseand all nervous manifestations will cease yrarswrilrhad event doctor lo treat mrtlOmr for female weakntu and others for Mpmach trouble but received no relief when I r rote yo for advice I wu hardly able to work and 011 advised me what to I took nine bottles five of Ttalden Pretcriplionmedicines will do all that you claim for them To gain knowledge of your own body In sickness and health send for the Peo Common Sense Medical Adviser A 1book of IQ pages Send at tend In stamps Corl papercovered or 31 stamps c copy Dr Pierce 663 Main Street Buffalo N Y the two center teeth A sevenyearold has the center teeth worn nearly smooth cups ofI second pair shallow An eightyearold has the second pair worn nearly smooth- A tenyearold is commonly spoken of as a smooth mouthed horsei o no cups As the animal grows older the teeth become worn in pro endtteeth become rounded To tell the age with any degree of accuracy beyond twelve requires much experience and the examina tion of many sets of tecthIBent Her Double I knew no one for tour weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg Pa and when I got better although I had one of the but doctors I could get I was bent double and bad to rest my hands on my knees when I walked From this terrible affliction 1 was res cued by Electric Bitters which re stored my health and strength an haw I can walk as straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guar auteed to cure stomach liver and kidney disorders at Z Wayne Griffin a4 Bru s drug store price 50c m Trivial Causes of Great Wars The immediate cause of the great wars of history has often been a sur prisingly trivial accident It is said incidentally that no two wars have ever been brought about in exactly the same way Mere jests have of ten caused dredful wars In the time of William the Conqueror for instance it was a jest pure and sim ple that brought about the war between England and France and ulti histlife One day his contemporary Philip of France delicately remark ed at dinner that William was like a filet of beef on castors and ought to be exhibited at a price monarch show William heard of this and in a furious rage ordered his troops to invade at once This was done and a war commenced which ended in the English King being thrown i from his horse and killed while superintending the siege of Mantes A more recent case is told of Fred erick tho Great who nearly caused a war with England by referring to I King George as a bloated ox In a recent war between the army of Ecuador and that of aneighboring State considerable damage had been done before any explanations were forthcoming Then it transpired that the rival armies had been nfa neuvering on the frontier rathe- too near each other and could not resist the temptation to try concise sions The only recent case in Eu rope of a formal declaration of war made before actual operations wer begun waS that of the Franco Prug sian War in 1870 The first Intimations of the Boers in their war came lout of the muzzles of their Mausers Lard and Peanuts I At the beginning of the past sum I mer a certain wellknown literary woman in the West repaired to the r shores of one of the lakes of Michigan there to prepare her cottage for occupancy during the heated term Before going she had arrang ed with her husband to cause a to of household goods to be packed and forwarded by steamer It appeared that for some reason the shipment was delayed and that the lady was obliged to write to he husband inquiring with reference to the delay In conclusion she had appended to her letter a postscript reading Please telegraph me when the goods shall have been shippedI Pursuant to instructions the hus band personally supervised the pack ing of the various effects needed for the cottage in Michigan even going down to the dock to see that they were duly conveyed on board the steamer Moreover as requested by his wife he telegraphed what he had done Lares and penates on- board wired he will arrive tomorrow morning When his wife received the telegram she read Lard and peanuts on board 1is arrive tomorrow morning Found a Cure for Indlgoston I used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets for indigeeho and find that they suit my case better than any dyspepsia remi edy I have ever triedand 1 have used many different remedi- esII nearlyl fiftyone years of age and have euflereda great deal fromi IndigestIOn Ican eat almost anything 1 waut to nowGeo W Em ory Rock Mills Ala For sale by all druggists m III BKS Early RlsrsrThe famous little pills aPicked Up Here and There The King of Portugal is a devoted fishermanJose the celebrated Spanish writer has published more than twenty dramas Kyrle Bellew has invented a waistcoat without buttons for evening dress which he wears when playing the part of Raffles Canadian railroads are offering high as 150 and 175 a day for laborers for construction work but are unable to procure sufficient men Samuel Coleridge Taylor a mula- to who is hailed as a great English composer is married to an Englishwoman and has two children Joseph S Frelinghuysen personal aid to Gov Stokes of New Jersey is odf State and United States Senator e linghuysenMme widow of the Ru HE above picture of the man and fish is the trademark of Scotts Emulsion and Is tho synonym for strength sari purity It is sold in almost all the civilized coun tries of the globe- If the cod fish became extinc- it would be a worldwide calam ity because the oil that comes from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing and livin properties Thirty years ngo Emur sion found n way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone take it and get the full value 0 tile oil without the objectionable thetest tiling in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people and all conditions of wasting and lost strength StaJ for five inmplf SCOTT x BOWNE CHEMISTS Cain PKAUL BTOEKT craw cons IiJc tadtlM All ilragglati om 11 sinn Admiral who went down with his ship before Port Arthur is one pf the most beautiful and cultured women in Russia- t While working on the teeth of a Civil War veteran named Roose at OttawaKanthe dentist found a one ounce minie ball imbedded in the jaw bone Reese was shot in battler in 1861 One day Admiral Dewey pointed to a chest in his office at the Navy Department and said In that chest will be found the real records the battle of Manila never yet published There is said to be no real destitu tion in Japan Though some are very poor yet all seems to be well fed clothed and housed and are in variably cheerful and what is more surprising invariably clean Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The uniform success of this remedy has made it the most popular prepar ation in use for bowel complaints It everywhere recognized as the one remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleasant to take For sale by all druggists m v The Millcreek Philosopher It is wise to strike while the iron hot if you have the right end ofitPut a beggar on horsebackand hell hone for an auto While the taxidermist may imi tate nature remember that it is all stuff A man is known by the company that avoids him Presence of mind may test the metal of the man but the nfetal of fireescape does the real work for him Congratulations Mr John U Cullom Editor of the Garland Texas News has written a letter of congratulations to the manu facturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby be was subject to croupy spells and we would be very uneasy about ueiugCbambers finding it such a reliable remedy for colds and croup we have never been without it in the house since that andthave given it to all of them with good results One Rood feature of this remedy ii 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 congratulate you upon the success of your remedy For msSentence Sermons Sorrows is the secret of happiness The work itself is the best wage Nothing fails like a selfish success Whatever is is rightwhere God is The more aTman puffs the less freight he hauls The nimble nickel does not make the lively church The most unsound religion is that which is all sound The strings that is stretched gives forth no strains- Thelfaithlthat removes mountains always carries a pick God never makes polish of manner for purity of heart The hypocrites religion is the most repulsive of all his traits Picking flaws in the church will not patch your own conscience The mostlhopeless task is that of saving the world with a scowl You maylhave a rubber conscience and still find St hardj to erase your sins If you have Gods approval you can worry along without mens indorse mentThe more heart a man puts into getstHeaven is a sad place for some folks there will be nothing left to kick about A man may be up to the latest wrinkle in the style and still fall short of the glory of God alwaysinever Tonic to the System For liver troubles sari constipation there is nothing better than DeWilts Little Early Risers tbe famous little Pills They do not weaken the I stomach Their action upon the system is mill jloa ant and harmless Sold by Z Vuyte Gritlin d Bro m e Iinbeen inauo under sonal supervision since no to deceive In Counterfeits Imitations Justasgood but Experiments that trifle with and emlanger tho health Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is p Costoria is a harmless substitute Castor Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine other Narcotic substance ago Is guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE ALWAYS I 4Bears the Signature The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Overt 30 Years THC TT YCOttSTaeer New YORK CITY oj Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller the Age Why Because It cure completely and at once U relieve the of n tiring AU case of rile can be by nenrglcal operation but you rather Pile without the UAB1U8 POSITIVE CUBE will do It by the I LeltcbOrld Phariuncal Co Inc Bale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky TO BE VALUE MUST BE USEFUL Abusiness education used every day and is therefore therobtainable Hundreds of graduates in permanent positions their success to a course in LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE Arithmetic We teach thoroughly and practically Bookkeeping Penmanship Business j Typewriting Actual Business Large PatronageCheap Board Reasonable Tuition Write catalogue LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE OR HOPKINSVILLE KY I CASTORIAj j The Kind Have Always Bought Bears the- SIgnAture of C STEVENS I 1 Ik temnef ltd Itbaftrof HlflmnJ rtpntulvnftffoTSi sfdldedptlooeu I Kl u I car it a nrma taed wlgMdmmunlton eta Yon htltd two 01010 com Shot R4 3LEADERS1rllwrit torourdver I ZZ =awuer 07ntdttl I I J CT3VEN8 AlmS ti 7vCi CO r o Dos wi 1CUiCOPEYAUl UsAI mm has his Its perIAllow ono you All and are of CASTORIA for 011 nor Its its the sloop CASTORIA of etNTAUH COMMNY of pangs death cored would have eared tulle PILE Made only For OF can be owe e1 and for Address IND You IItu fthouU JIOfIlp crack ltlaLN MASS Correct Silverware Correct in character design and f workmanship as necessary as dainty china or fine linen you 4 would have everything in good taste and harmony 1841 ROGERS BROS pleereforpurchased from leading desks every where CtllogueCL tells about the genuine Inicnutlonil Silver CoBsddenCone Work us good as the best Bud prices us cheap as the eHmpst Give us ymiv order and be convinced 0 r PENACURA4 Muodremdlee for Female Ulaenve nr on the market hut too only one that ihue ruvn to Ilea absolute and pu hive cure for nil forms of Female Trouble In f PlISlAfUtlA A vingte trial will convince the mot iU tl at of IU almost nil + curative power Jlntl only Ujr the LElTCIirifM IlIAnMACAI CO irleuluua 1For sale by i J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky + tryh +++++i4++ i rt rv- r Y b t 0 11 0 1 t N I HcVrtforcJ Republican i tuned by tbo hartford 1nbtle61DSCorpabr- j j IXCOBIOBAYKD C K HlITUEtIorS- Cwmbrlassd rZtoJC3CtZO 39- Ronglsj a1rr2fFRIDAY JANUARY 27 i tREPUBLICAN TICKET roil HEIltUSEXTATIVE I R CHARLES C BEARD i t FOIl COUNTY JUIK1K W B TAYLOR t FOK COUNTY COUUT CIEHK y W S TINSLEY t rOK COUNTY ATTORNBY- K l M WOODWARD 1 IOU HIIIIIIII R B MARTIN roll JA1IE11 OSCAR MIDKIFP a ron soinniNTKNDUNT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE C FOR ASSBSSOII SAM W LEACH FOR SUn1 FYO- aNATHANIEL MOXLEY Fees COUOVKI JEROME ALLEN I Iou JIA ISTICATI- Ve nre HOthariwd to anon011N U Sill TZ at it mndlditte ur the offlw at Mmrln tnite of the Cromwrfl dlnirlrt nabjwt tolop M tionol tM Mepublkiili parts WE GREKT you in a new dress 1 NICHOLAS seems to be having oth domestic trouble in addition to 5er after the young Czar FEDERAL District Judge Charles 4Swa ne of the Northern District of is being tried by the Semite i sitting as a court of impeachment JOHN SHAUP WILLIAJIS has retired I from the Democratic House leadership Surely hewas not weary for there was indeed little for him to do Jan 26It is rumor Legislature will take a IFHANKFOItT to await a carload for substitutes sub as for substitutes f for the location of the Capitol site I i I Gov ROUT M LoFALLETTE the astute politician of Wisconsin has i been elected to the United States I Senate to succeed Senator Joseph V Quarlos He has had a dramatic political career but has triumphed over all opposition both within and out of his party He is noted forI his strenuous opposition to railroads and other large moneyed interests l Tim Board of Equalization is in session hearing statements from t people whose property has been raised The extremely cold weather ti has no doubt prevented many from appearing but some have conveyed their compliments through the mail Some of these letters should have been written on asbestos paper as they were somewhat scorched when they reached the Board iTUEnewspaper interview contro versy between Beckham and Black burn seems to be drawing to a close The prize is to be awarded to the one whose private secretary is able I to dig up and hurl at the other the most damaging manuscripts and the vilest epithets The prize has not yet been agreed upon but we suggest in a friendly spirit the winner should as a reward be given a freei pilgrimage to the grave of Annanias IT MAY be that long delayed jus tice will yet be done some of the t Breathitt county aiders and abettors of assassins Judge James Hargis J Alex Hargis Elbert Hargis Ed Cal lahan and Jesse Spicer have been indicted F charged with conspiracy to murder James Cockrell town mar steal of Jackson Now if the judge will call a special term of court and r try them and convict them the long I t harrassed public will rise up and F It speak approbationI R I To AHMS Comrades Slay the Czar is the keynote of the proclamation I that has been issued by the antiwar c party in Russia They demandan J imme Jte cessatiDn of the war with 4 J a1 the summoning of aconsti tutional assembly of representative of the people chosen by the suffrage of the people the removal of class and race privileges freedom of con science speech and pressin factt they demand a form of Government that will insure equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none It is high time that something is doing to right the wrongs of a downtrod den people when the Czars troops are made to slaughter hundreds ef defenseless women and children as was done in the streets of St Peters burg Revolution is not the bes way to right the wrongs of Govern ment oppression but when all other means have failed it is a just one America rebelled against Great Britain because of Government oppres sion and the world approved it and now that the loborer of Russia is on the verge of of rebellion against the despotic rule of the Czar let the world again wink its approval Despotism is not a Government for civilized people and the sooner there are none the better it will be for humanity everywhere The Russian laborers cry To arms comrade slay the oppressors seize the arsert als and arms and liberate the defenders of freedom means the same for humanity that the Declaration of American Independence did MATANZAS- Jan 25We are having some se yore winter weather which affords plenty of loafers at the stores here Prof E A Carter is teaching a elate in vocal music at the Baptist church at this place- J A Tichenor is on the sick list weekII 11guestlast Friday night and Saturday W F Condit bought the Bidwell form containing 187 acres Consid oration 52tOO Mrs Bidwell will move to Island to live and Ferda Bidwell and wife will go to Owens boro to reside Rev L W Tichenor went to Ow ensboro last week Prof W C Overhults closed a very successful school at this place last Friday Prof Ovorhultc hMI made many warm friends here who wish him well in every undertaking in life Roy Tichenor and wife of Livermore are visiting relatives here this weekIRev L W Tichenor and S A Bratcher were the guests of friends at Heflin last Friday There was a tobacco buyer from Calhoun in this community last week but he failed to buy any tobacco The farmers are holding their tobacco for better prices The farm ers are preparing to plant a big crop 111been Iithisweek to Miss Emma Morton of CenII tertown They were married in Louisville Their many friends extend best wishes COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Jan 22E W Jackson has gone to Louisville to be treated for ape pendicitisJ has been on the sick list for the past week Joe Coleman of this place spent Saturday night with his Mrs J H Stevens daughterI DamMisses Orpha Stevens and Mattie Wise contemplate going to Bowlin Green to attend school in the near futureMr and Mrs Sam Rhoads o Beaver Dam visited relatives in this neighborhood SundayIMrs C W Stevens is no better at presentMrs Allen is on the sick I list Known in the South The Daily Signal of Crowley LaI pays the following compliment to I one of Ohio countys fair dames Friendsin this city have received word of the marriage Wednesday January 18 of Miss Emma Morton to a Dr Smith at Centertown KyI Miss Morton will be remembered by a large number of the younger people of Crowley She visited Miss Bessie Williams last winter and while here became desidedly popular and trade man admiring frierds becau e I artr CatarrhI- s a constitutional disease originating in impure blood constitutional treatment acting through and purifying the blood for its radical and permanent j cure Be sure to take i HoodsSarsaparillaNasal I are relieved by Catarrlcts deodorist t Hoods Sarsaparilla all druggists S 1 Catarrlcts mail order only SO cts i For testimonials of remarkable Ccsend for our Book on Cater h No 4 C L Hood Co Lowell Masc of her delightful manner and charm ing ways These friends will extend to her self and husband their heartiest con gratulations for a future life of hap pincaea n BEDA Jan 24 Business is very good i our town Several from here attended Qua terly Meeting at Nocreek Sunday Misses Mamie and Era Lilos and Ethel Bennett Messrs Clarence Shown Will Liles and Walter Parks attended the masked pound party at Hayden Webbs Nocreok Friday night All spentaveryplcafDnt even jag Walter Parks spent Sunday at Buford Mrs J D Chapman died at heri home in Owensboro Sunday morning andwas buried at Mt Hermon cemetery Monday afternoon in th presence of R large number o friends and relatives She leaves a husband and three children with a host of relatives and friends who mourn her loss Mr James Tanner and wife Miss Lula Tannerajid Mr Russell Owens bore attended the burial of Mrs I Chapman Monday Hartford f MIIBennett here on business last week Mr and Mrs Robert Davits visited their niece Miss Grace Park Ando r sonville who is very ill of heart trouble orglUllcII Uncle William Bennett his shoulder thrown out of pluecI dome weeks ago is no better Last Thursday evening at the resi dence of I M Bennett W Q Parks and Miss Laura Bennett were in the holy bonds of matrimon Rev J A Bennett spoke the word that made them one After which the happy couple repaired to the home of the groom The bride the daughter of I M Bennett an her sweet and lovable disposition has won for her many friends while the groom is a hustling young merchant I our town and numbers his friends by his acquaintancesIW C Bennett and family called Caleb Tichenor Sunday even mgIW Q Parks and were ro entertained list Friday evening by their many friends The Society of Equity was organized Friday night Miss Dorcy Bennett will nterI school at Hartford Monday 1Wade Stratton will leave in a few weeks for Bowling Green to attend Business College Rev Cantrill Nocreek will preac at Shinkle Chapel Sunday NOCREEK 25Tis with deep sorrow i IJan of the death of Mrs J D which occurred at her home in Owensboro January 22 Her Herg man Monday Mrs Chapman was anfI was a Christian lady and had many friends May the guardian angel of love and comfort be with the bereaved ones j and lead them at last to this precious tie in heaven Mrs J W Cantrill is confined t her room with rheumatism Ellis Foster is convalescent- Mr and Mrs Hess Ward have re turned from Andersonville where they have been to see their cousin Miss Grace Park who is very sick The masquerade pound party givI en at the residence of Hayden Webb Friday night was reported quite an enjoyable affair Wm Miller and wife Iaylo r Mines were the guests of J W San derfur and wife Sunday Mr and Mrs James Tanner aid nnnn sister Miss Lulu Owensboro Mr and Mrs John Chinn Beaver Dam Mrs Louise Tweddell and sons Lon Pearl and Ernest Hartford and Si amongIIS of E was quite glad to have so many of the Waltons Creeksociety attend their meeting Friday night and wish to extend their thanks to Alvis Tichenor for his able talkand the band boys of Waltons Creek for their excellent music Fourteen newt members were enrolled J P Fos ter and P A Moxley werecontinued as n committee to estimate the tobacco and Mr Foster is salesman of the entire tobacco of the members of Nocreek society OAK GROVE Jan ttir1s I escaped the terror of the waste basket I will attempt to write again I will now give you complete list of the students who aI attending the Oak Grove school The following are takinu tho normal Fn11 Miller Earl Smith A V Leach hrBarnes C L Stevens Ethel Keovn Minnie Kannoy John C Kfoi Bessie Smith Hurry King Cinda Crowder nnd Lwwlie Shulta The primary department Rcseoe Janit jrin Lera Shultc Watt Ranney Le OklaIShuitrShultz Thv following ore talitbusinffj course L naa I fuIJ C Allen G C Hocktr 1iJ111 P CArbudclo + flUCtStiOVttAbe i permtj t v vl hr ber grant 1 by County CoI M I laaxrtderase our list v M t 1JIL B EackiV X rtxvcs to WjBuford R J Stevens Heaver Dam to Msitnef P Stev uw Heaver Dun Clarence Tichenm Ontertov1 u Oilie A hby Cntertown Everett Sin eiiur Racy tc Kpabcti Smith ikitfct Alexander Pius Whiu Ku Ito Hariett Wilson White Run James A Gray Magan to Sanity Dunn Reynolds W D Luce Hartford to I QIParksford William Skinner Reynolds to Ethel Phillips tnaville Iris Ren der Matnzas to Nellie Tichenor toIRender Matanzas to Arnie Mont HartyS P Rowan Heflin to renames I Ford Hertford r Rileyd City La and Miss Berths Riley were marridI at the residence of J P Louisville at 8 o lock Mon lay even ing Mr Ellis is a sonof A C Ellis i Ilartfoldand at present occupies a responsible and lucrative railroad position iii Louisiana Miss Riley is the daughter of John C Hiley and a young lady of culture and social prominence j Womans Club Entertains Last Friday evening at the home Mrs Rowan Holbrook on Mulber Womans Club of IIandliterh spersed with music furniahed by the local band Each member on the programme demonstrated the highest culture of the members and pleased the invited guests far beyond any thing they had anticipated Refreshments were served at 11 oclock of a kind to tempt the most pronounc epicure The evening entertain j led reflected the highest credit on Club every member of which is a light of culture and refinement inI the community in which she lives Render Tichenor On last Wednesday evening ht the- o home of the brides parents Mi Iris Render was united in marriege to I Miss Nellie Tichenor The bride is the oldest daughter of Hon A B Tichenor and is known in her home community for her kind and sunny disposition The groom is the son of Esq W P Render and is one of the countys best young farmers Tim REPUBLICAN extends congratu- lationsi and best wishes i CASTOasA1Dean thelha Will You lave Always Bout i Mara Ji1cI I o E P BARNES BRO 1 0 IC Stones are the Housewifes Friend 11e hove sold tin O K lint of oitkiuti Stoves for quite a mimiicr of yiars lull the satisfnrtion They luivo gtvon ourcustoiinrs prove cniicluisivilythat this brand of stoves have no cuporior ICusy to operate cools with loss fuel and lusts longer than any stove on tho market We carry this lint Ironi an titI Step ftovo with all the vessels to a 31st steel Irani Buy an 0 1C Stove or Jvanjru and it win Jx+ u plen uri to cook n meal Cartiartts Ovanlb M JacketsrI Art strong pMittiun And ev erlwtiujjtMMiiimy to the working num The fit nattily and r wvr Htitisfiiftorily They tir- enlg for iln firmer tha im rtiiii tin miner and till Hit er ciiUiUs of iMuomra The prie if I JMI garmentI I J P 831 jest Union Made ClOVIS I I Jeet WJhIiilr f and gsl fitting I I love is uno thin I a that houlr1I arueotly strlttfor by evory wor t I ttflloves Th ilove has fully dntunMtruteI its piiularity by I ed purehams by eoimtant wjirfiHuf l JlivtM roptatII pair and your Glow lui iin ss iIHII a Price one Beaver Dm yonrrr wnonnhestu www + o u+ roau o TAKE THF RPPilRI CAN t OM h fROArMIftN pM1iRt fYtWY1MNM YYLMM W1INOMMM6a i The Bes- tBrgins f To you are low pmis on st iuii tlhands That is good lug immediate use told nut for stuff that you must lay away for lion or live months before using So wo have conehnKl rinks a Lid it your business for the neat 31 days lib month of January We must reduce 0111 stock ami to do so we will give our customers the benefit of 10 per cent discount on each pur chase nucb bdtwtwn January 1III II 1 inclusive Of cuuw it means a loss to w hut its standyour min and we must it Just do a little figuring and you stir at nncoeeo what Gibshonldbuat J50 would be lo a suitof clothes at 1250 would be 1075 told so on down the line so dont put it oil1 until it fis to hitobtit come and get first choke in Suits Shoes Ihili JXOT Rubber Louts Hats Clips and Gloves T0 most conl pluto hue of Overcoats and Tiouscrs in this section at Have prices is a sure wmner Wllg U8 your Produce Kura Hides Chickens Eggs Turkeys Geese and Ducks for which t we will vivo you the hest market price Nothing charged at these Figures Brown Mercantile Co y rjMcHenry L Get RichF- or without riches there is no laisurs without leisure no thought anal without thought no pro gress The surest way to get rich is to take advantage of ouf1 January Bargains Our Shoe Department Wo aro offering 30 pairs of mens SeamlessSol id everyday Shoes a great Shoo for slush and mud and general use Heal value 1 PA 200 our price VJMDU- Twentyfour pairs ladies solid calfskin Shoes plain toe a fine wearer sixes Iron 3 to 7 soil ev special 11d Our Clothing Department Remnant stuck of Overcoats put in two lots All our 500 050 and 750 Overcoats strictly wool and of tho latest style Will bo j 5 0closed at It Allour 900 1000 and 1250 Overcoats ex 00oroeli Our Comforts and Blankets Only a limited quantity of tlnwu left although they aro seasonable goods They must go at a sacrifice price Our 5100 Comforts for 7Sc our 125 Comforts for S8c our 17a Comforts Jill 130 Cotton lUanhet ESC to sum per pair Wool Blankots 1to 308 per pair Good timo to l uv Como and we them Not only those specials mentioned above but a houseful of big values that should interoat every buyer in Hartford and vicinity If you lire not our customer wo would like to oulist you for 1J105 LyThl buying and cash soiling we will be able to save you inunoy and mako our foaling a mutual biMielit 1iarfrd Rep hlical FRIDAY JANUARY 27 7 IlllnolsContral RnllrondTlmo Tablo North llniiiul No tatduraw-o lI2ilnU80pNo 102 dne 537 pm Nuiilli llonnil No isirtiwllflln m No III dne IrSlp III SoUl duel 4U p r Carson Bros pay cash for Furs Ott Kimblcy Ceralvo called to see us Wednesday Big reduction on Furs ECONOMY STORE S T Woodward Heflin called to see us Monday Try our Pickled Pigs Feet fine City Restaurant RF Stevens McHenry called to see us SaturdayIWhy dont you try a pair of 100 pantsCARSON Co Try our Hot Drinksso good City Restaurant For Overcoats and mens Under wear visit us CARSON Co For good things to eat go to the City Restaurant Lee Long Beaver Dam called to see us Wednesday Arthur Petty who has had pneumonia is improving Call on M T Likens for Flour Bran and MixedFeedr J Editor C EySmjth spent the firs of the week at Fordsville Seed Oats for sale at The Hartford Mill Cos place of business tl John Smiley Taffy wets a very pleasant caller last Friday Nicest line of Fruits and Candies in Hartford at City Restaurant- Iris Render Matanzas culled to see us while in town last Fridayi I j New Mattings Lace Curtains and Bed Spreads at Economy Store wasIi iness I Young Men we have all the new shades and shapes in Mens Hats CARSON Con Lefa Hale Fordsville is visiting her father Mr J W Hale this week i are able to sell and deliver the IWe at a moderate price CARSON Co I Nabisco Cheese Sandwich Fruit j Cake Almonds BonBonsatCity Restaurant ITr a barrel of Iglehearts Swans flour It cant be excelled CARSON Co I You can get Glass arty size you want up to 60 inches at Hartford Mill Cos tf IDont fall to see our 5c and lOc counters for real bargains ECONOMY STORE Messrs Jack Smith and Rober- Crider of Fdrdsville were in town Tuesday See0ur5c and lOc counters No special days but every ia- yiEcONOMY STORE- Miss Willie Everly Point Pleas ent is visiting Mrs CE Smith this week Leave your laundry at Cleve Iles I grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery I Nl 46tf Fresh Oysters Fish Celery and Cranberries constantly oh hand atJ City Restaiiraht 1 I J W Martin Beaver Dam was a- very pleasant caller Wednesday Joe Miller who has been in Louis iana for the lust few months return ed home last Friday Miss Elfie Wand Morgantown visited her brother T P Wand Sunday and MondayIMiss Lula Snyder Louisvilleis visiting Mrs Isaac Foster at the Com mercial Hotel this week Mr Oscar Flener City visited I frinds in Cromwell and Logansport I last Saturday and Sunday Cream Cheese Brick Cheese Sau sage Boneless Ham Dried Beef and Crackers at City Restaurant S N Paris a progressive Clear Run fanner called this office and re membered us kindly Saturday Messrs Justus Edmonds andI Eanos Annisof Cromwell were the guests of Mr Clellon Flener City Saturday You ought to get some of our mixi edfeed foryour old cow and get a pail full of good milk tf HARTFORD MILL Co Bring your furs to Sam Bach th 1ouvecash price Dr J S Smith and Miss Maggie Doyle of McHenry were the guests of Mr and Mrs R T Ross the first of the weekjWe have a few Furs and Ladies Jackets to close out at 35 per cent olT See if you are in need of these goods CARSON Co Mr Lawrence Daniel a young business man of Olkton was one of the many pleasant callers at the office Tuesday Dr A S Yewcll who formerly lived in Hartford but moved to Greenville some time ago is very ill of appendicitis n The third or spring term of Hartford College will open next Monday Several students are to matrlcu 1rThe infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Avery Stewart of Select died of pneumonia Tuesday and was bur ied at Select Wednesday State Y M C A Convention willI beheld at Owensboro February 18 and 19 1005 Quite a delegation from Hartford will attendsMarvin Black Misses Lula Acton and Stella Daniel left for Lexington Tuesday They enter the State Col lege as bcnficiaries from Ohio eounI ty Prof Owen Hunter who has com pleted a successful term of schoolat No 15 was a caller Monday He will teach next year at Pink Hall No 76- Mrs C M Crowe whose illness caused the return of Hon C M Crowe from Frankfort is no better but her condition is not necessarily dangerouscThe Hartford Mill Co is continu ally adding new machinery and building material to its plant and i prepared to furnish almost anything in their line tf Esq James A Park spent Sunda and Monday with his family He left for Owensboro Monday whereII he has been assigned to a ilthe revenue i Mrs John S R Weddiis coI fined to her room with an attack of Lagrippe Mrs Julia Wedding her I sister is filling her place as teacher j at the college Mrs John Chapman died in 01 ensboro Saturday and was buried at Beda Monday She was born and j reared in Ohio county She leaves a husband and two children to mourn her loss I Mr T J Edge Magan who is a popular teacher of the county was in town Monday on his way to Lou aten o Medicine The tax recently levied by the City Council of Hartford is now due and I am ready to collect same Dont neglect the matter but get ready toI pity on first request SAM T BAKNETT Marshal The examining trial of Harrison I Peach who was charged with break ing into a saloon and stealing some whisky at Rosine was heldbefore J P Miller Tuesday He was held over tpanslrbefdrethe Circuit Cour I Cla l1 QReWecsct Shreve was a pleasant caller yesterday 1 Miss Mabel Tappan of Beaver ParkI I n was a caller yesterday The protracted meeting at the Methodist church is Still in progress Rev Smith is delivering some very able sermons and a good work is being done Uncle William Bennett of Beda who is nearing his eightyninth year is very low of rheumatic trouble Dr J Dee Stewart reports that the chances of his recovery are unfavor alleThe Imperial Stock Co gave the first of a series of three entertainments at Taylors Opera House last evening The play Shadows of Sin1 was a splendid one High class specialtie3 were rendered between the acts Buy our scholarship inthe Massey Business College at Louisville It is good for either the commercial or entitleseto go as long as you want to Position guaranteed by this school Apply at REPUBLICAN office Dr Alva Jones who was born and rearedat Fordsville this county but who several years ago moved to Monett Mo had the sad misfortune loosing his wife last Saturday- Dr Jones and wife were theguests of relatives and friends here last summer who will regret very much to hear of Mrs Jones death Mrs Jones was a native of the county also The following persona have remembered TUB REPUBLICAN in a substantial way within the last few days Some are old subscribers and have renewed their subscriptions others are new ones C L Weath erford Tom Shults Mrs Julia Wed ding Marvin Black John Smiley J Walter Allen J C Riley S N Par Mrs 0 W Harris J B How F Renfrew A R Renfrew Jesse Bennett ll P Potty S T Hunter Laurence Daniel and Ott Kimbley Rev George 0 Barnes closed a of seen sermons at the Courthouse last Tuesday night He teaches some very strange doctrines yet consciencious in his belief in them He teaches that there are three hells one for sinners one for certain Christians and one for fallen angels The eminent divine says he has Been called to preach seven sermons at every county seat in the State of Kentucky He has already filled his call in SX5 counties and yet has 28 counties to visit There is no known religious doctrine which teaches the contaYiety of doctrines that Rev Barnes docs Mr John W Martin of Beaver Dam and others have purchased the mercantile business of Mrs Sarah Collins Smith and will take charge of same today or tomorrow Mr Martin is one of the best business intendss to carry one of the largest and best selected stocks that has ever been countryytown Mrs Smith has made friends and built up an excel ent trade during her three years business in the Economy Store She has not given out her plans for the future but in all probability she will be retained in charge of the millin ery department at least for the com ing season 1M Remus Carter a native of this but now of Yacoma Washington State called to see us the hatter part Jf last week Mr Carter was born near Whitesville and lived there with his parents until he was about nine years of age He afterwards lived in Southern Illinois lefIforyears lished a domicil in Washingtonthere- he homsteaded tract of farming land and has for the past twenty I years been adding to it by purchases until he now owns 960 acres He us that he raised 5000 bushels of wheat in 1904 and did all the work except harvesting and threshing it filmIIS a brother of A A Carter who lives near Hartford Cold Wave in New York rst1iblizzard 4- A 1 o AWA WHWHt Stock Taking H Will begin here Fcbrurary 3rd Before commenc ing we wish to reduce our stock as low as possible so doing this before the 3rd means we will offer some bargains that will surely entice you to come before the date mentionedabove Mens Overcoats and Suits No Clothing in the country costs so much to Rialto as ours Why Because better work goes into them than usually goes into rauiytowtmr Clothing Wo give a written guarantee with each garmentsatis faction or money refunded A fine 52inch long Overcoat made of fine Kersey one that sells elsewhere for 850 only 575Suits of all colors andsizesjust a few left 200 cheaper than the real soiling price Now 410- A few Suits of higher grade of black and mixed colors that were recently sold for 1050 Reduced to 750Wo havnt enough space to mention all the bar gains we will offer in our Clothing lino so you must come and see for yourself Fine quality of boys Suits ages 4 to 1C years Selling fast dont w- aitNon165Wo have just received lot of the genuine May 1 field Jeans Pants the best on the market Re 1 duced price 135 Latest Hats for men in brown and black1 25kG i 0yfintforget that wo have the Hamilton Browns none bettor Mens full dress Shoes as low as 125 iIP Ladies flue Shoes for every day anti Sunday use Bottom Price 1 110 Mens Undolcar of the heaviest fleece linedal r ways sold at 100 per suit Now Soo Jv Suit j Mons extra heavy Camels lair Underwear only 15c a Suit 4 Mens Heavy Cotton Sox 0 pairs for 25c l- I Mens Heavy Leather Gloves only 23c a pair Heavy Sweaters for mcnallcolorsonly 43c 3 pairs Suspenders 25c A lot of other bargains that canliot be mentioned f1Bhlllkots i Sand Bach I 1 7 Hartford Ky t1A IJff depth of one foot and traffic was practically suspended Several per sons were frozen to death or died of exhaustion while the hospitals and police stations were crowded by the poor seeking shelter Damage to shipping along the coast was reported W Early Risers Tho famous little pills i RenderMontgomery S H Render Matanzas was married to Miss Annie R Montgom ery at the brides home near Center town January 25 1905 Mr Render is a gentleman of ex cellent family connections and a farmer whose efforts have been suc cCS3fu1iMiss Montgomery formerly taUght in the public schools of the county She is a popular and cultured ladyI THE REPUBLICAN extends its good wishes RowanFord I Sam P Rowan Heflin was united in marriage to Miss Louana Ford at the home of Luther Miller Wednes day Mr Rowan is a promising beenta public schools for several years andI the profession loses a conscientious worker by her retirement TilE RE PUBLICAN extends its best wishes I BABY WITH A TAIL Infant Borp With a Caudal Ap pendage Two Inches LonfIt babyIwas in j u es respectsl the child is perfastly Dr Cleveland the physician who brought the little fellow into tide world is at a loss to explain why irt this one particular he should be different from other babies The appendage is located just at the end of the spinal column and is apparently composed of a cartilaginous substance which the doctor saS may or may not be directly connected with the spine Medical records show but few similar cases Doctors who have been seen say the case worthy of close study by the profession As far as could be learned no similar case has ever come under the obser vation of an Evansville physician The parents of the child have conpsented for a number of local doctors to examine the child The examina 3 tion will be held some time next week when the doctors will try and arrive at an explanation for theiendowingi CASTORIAI The Kind You Nana Always Bought Bears the- SIgnature of REMEDYCATARRH Is Sure to GIVE- SatisfactJo ELYS CKAVj Mil Glrrn rrllrf at once dennwe rollandbruin tttJIMH u bnnn Ir are lnrrrhimd tlnv IIoWII HKluprotect iliellmilitpBf Itrtlurvo HjuFonna o mIrnwllryKIY linoriUIltHM 11 Htivvt Vuw Tork i I T 1 j THE REAL PROBLEM i l How to Secure the Employment oI American Citizens at t Y Living Wages iTheposition of the United Stater nations is unique We hay Lnodirect taxes yet we spend more 11money than any other nation ii veteranes of the Civil War quite as much l 1money in the aggregate through tourpension list as serves to mai i t tain Germanys big standing army J Withour army and navy to maintain and our pension list to meetwe hay w only to apply the internal revenue N receipts on liquors and tobacco an i the trick is done Notwithstanding that easy financial problem Demo cratic papers and speakers keep up aI howl about the burden of taxation and not a writer or speaker ever paid 1adirect tax except in war times andr r through the internal revenue system It is from the same source A that all the howel about the iniqui y Itiesof the Protective Tariff comes I Tariff they call high taxation and yet it makes but little differer ence how high the Tariff may be o t goods manufactured in this country p as the price is regulated not by the Tariff schedules but by business comt petitionLet kind of manufacture pay high profits and mills will go up to make goods in competition as fast as the bricklayers and carpenters can do work High Tariff schedules R will keep out foreign goods in competition C with goods made in this country and it is a blessed thing that such is the case or down woul go the prices paid mill operatives l and others low enough now as con cheapL wages and the only way to I wages where they are is to put u I the bars against the same goad- i made by the cheap labor of Eu ropeHigh Tariff or low Tariff what we seek here is employment of Ameri can citizens at living wages By liv ing wages one thing is meant in thi country and quite another abroad Here men and women who work dai ly to earn a living are not to be con tent with just enough course food to keep them alive with poor clothing just sufficient to cover their bodies e Is nor homes that are not comfortable not decent and not conducive to morality That is the whole story More revenue through the custom- could certainly be raised with a lowv Tarill but we would pay with the liver and morals of our working peo ple for every dollars that came that wayWhen the day comes that workingmen and women are content to live as do European people of the same employment we shall need no Protective Tariff but we would have other problems to solve that Ameri cans never wish to handle JAPrisoner In Her Own Home Mrs W H Layha of 1001 Agne- J Ave Kaoena City Mo has for sev eral years keen troubled with severe boareenes and at times a hard cough which she says Would keep me in doors for days I was prescribed for by physicians with no noticeable re cults A friend gave me part of a I bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I with instructions to closely follow tie directions and I with to state that alter the first day I couldnotice a decided change for the better and at this time after using it for two weeks Lave no hesitation in saying I that Iam entirely cured r 1Thisremedy is for sale by all drug- gistf m To Prevent Freezing During the winter season when hanging out clothes is so dillculttr putting a handful of salt in the last rinsing water and the clothes will not freeze or stiffen until after they on the line indeed it is 1possible even to change the position of a lineful of clothes necessary r before they freeze and best of all if hung out in the sun they will have r commenced to dry before the freez ing begins this saves thu wear and tear for nothing is so hard upon linen as this freezing and flapping in the wind they are also easier to remove from the line have a pair of a white gloves for hanging out clothes the white wool sort that are worn so now and these with the salt I 1wnter ilnoing will rob hanging out 1 clothes in the winter of its terrors Always hang table linen in good shape for it is almost impossible to iron out wrinkles which dry in it Hang both tablecloths and sheets across the line evenly with the weight on the warp threads ends down the warp is stronger than the lengthe folds Iron down the middle fold ing them exactly opposite from the way they hung on the line and they will wear longer If clothes have become discolored through improper washing try for scaldning them just before putting them into the last rinse water this will whiten them beautifully although it is more trouble Never take the clothes from the line letthegin folding them properly when the are taken from the line as this will save much ironing out of wrinkles Mr Win S of California Md suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago Ho was filially advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which he did and it effected a complete cure This liniment is ffl mnTulip and Poppy Dangerous Flowers The florist held a tulip in his hand- Some people claim that a tulip h no smell he said As a matter o fact it has a dangerous smell Take a tulip of a deep crimson color and inhale it with profound inspiration and it will be apt to make you ligh headed You will say and do queer thingsdance sing fight swear and cudt up way you be depressed The poppy is another dangerous flower A young woman of a new ous temperament ifshe lingers among drowsysor two where the opium manufacturers cut tivate vast fields of poppies tourists inspecting the beautiful flowers of ten become altogether incapacitated hards In some cases they have to be put to bed When bilious try a dose of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets quicklyfirst a correct the disorder For sale by all druggists m sIndian Mothers and Dolls When an Indian girl dies he mother often substitutes a doll forI her lost little one She fills the empty cradle with feathers arrang ed in the form of the child and car ries this around with her wherever she goes talking to it and caressing it as she would her loving child If she does not do this she ties in a tight bundle bundle the toys clothes and armlets which belongs to her little one and fastening this to the cradle board carries it as she had Ojibsways cause they represent the dead The reason the Indian mother car Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble aKidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor cheerfulness soon the kid are of order trouble has prevalent It uncommon a child be born with If child often If urine scalds the If when the child reaches age should be able to control the yet afflicted with bedwetting mailand It the cause of the difficulty Is and the first step should be the treatment ef these Important This trouble Is due a unpleauntI kidneys not to most people Women as well are made rats erable with bladder trouble and both need great remedy The mild and effect e SwampRoot Is It Is sold by druggists In cent and one size You may sample bottle by when out so Is not to weak kid the urln too the an to and free also pamphlet tell nome of swampHoot ing all about it Including many of the thousands cf testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton M Y be sure and paperDont mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN r j L ries her doll in this pathetic way is because she thinks that the little dead child is too small to find itsway to paradise By substituting the doll it will help along until the dear baby has grown large enough to make its way to the spirit landalone At least this is what the sad mother believes A Surprise Party A pleasant surprise party may lit given to your stomach anti liver bl takiui H medicine which will relieve their pain and discomfort vz lr tiIiingeNewmost wonderful rlmedya fIJrfIi nil sure relief and cure for lipnciHohw dizziness and constipation 25o nt Z Wayne Griffin tCBrus drug store Hartford m o A 19 if onTA Boxedmr rat 6 QUEER ACCIDENTS Odd Mishaps Fatal and Other wise of the Past Twelve- Months rWhile carrying a keg of beer in tended for a picnic in ReadingPenn Elmer Kerchoff stumbled over a wire The keg slipped so suddenly that the jar dislocated his neck Carriefwas so tightly hugged by her lover that two of her ribs became interlocked Af youngtwoman making was the cause of her distress a Emmanuel Veveler of Sterling Ills cut his throat on his high collar He was riding on a bicycleand trying to avoid a passing horse YasI thrown In the fall his collar his throat af- ta Jasper Gomers while waiting for a car at midnight in St Louis sat down on a barrel of tar and fell asleep When he awoke he found the tar had softened and he had slowly sunk down into the sticky stuff until his feet arms and head only were outside He was chopped out with an ax A Jersey mosquito caused the death of a barber named Rosho Dor barbertwas shaving and a mosquito lit on his nose The razor was directly under the barbers chin and in making hercut a deep physician arrived too late to save him f A Swordfish caused the death of Auguste Sylvia about 35 miles out at sea Sylvia was one of the crew of the fishing sloop Klondike from Gloucester A 2200 pound sword fish had been harpooned and Sylvia entered a dory to make another line fast to the fishwhich was only about two lengtho away from the sloop In its flurry the fish made a break for the dory and broke the sword by running in through the planking The shock when the fish struck the dory threw Sylvia overboard and as he was in oilskins and rubber boots he was unable to swim and sank be fore assistance could reacn him x Paul Bowles a ten year old son of Bolivar N Y merchant lost his hair by fright A runaway horse threw the boy in convulsions which caused all the hair on his head to fall out Mrs Mary ti Crickof Whirl Plains Ky writer I have been a I dyspeptic tor yearn tried all kinds nt remedies but continued to grow worse Br the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I began to improve at once and after taking a tew bottles am fully restored I in weight health and strengthand can eat whatever I like There in no remedy in the worM equal to Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Sold by 2 Wayne Griffin A Bro m 0 A S TOX I A Bean theihtKind You Hava Always Bought Signature Y cf d j Think the Czar OneEared The uneducated peasants in the Cherson province of Russia have an extraordinary belief that the CZUII has only one year They are con firmed in their belief by pictures and photographs of the Czar showing o llt wd a side face view and naturally exhibiting only one ear They account for the abscence of the other in the following manner Some time ago a deputation from their province waited upon the Czar and in the course of the meeting the allnRussian lands would be divided equally among the peasants of the various districts To this one of the deputation bold ly saidAs sure as you cannot sec your own ears you will not divide the land The Czars reply to this was to cut off one of his the Czars emS which he placed upon the table re marking as he did so As surely as I now see my ear 1 will divide the landITo this day the Cherson peasants firmly believe that he has only one ear and unless the Czar visits them in person and proves to them by optical demonstration that he possessor the correct number this extraordinary belief will not be shaken i BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If TOO Darent a regular heatthjr moteaent cf the bowdi Terr diryoaMlllor will be Keepyonr of Tlolotphysieorplllpolroisbanrerous The tuplDCU Q CATHARTIC CANDY u EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleaaant relatable Potent Tool flood Do Good Nor Bltken Weaken or Orlret 10 SS and 10 cent per bon Wrlteforfreeeampleandbook let on health Addreta in StarUna aemedvicesanr Chicago or New Ytrlu KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat I Nothing leas ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery aoroutrrtttaudSactiSO A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Monty back iritfails TrIal Bottles froI 1 OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer exceptional induceIments to who commands a I horse and wagon andIcan devote his to advancing thcIsales of our product Energetic men find our a propositionI pable of I into a and permanenti businessIOYCEjWRITE AT Wheeler Wilson Mfg Co 72 and 74 Wabash Awe CnICAGO n Do You Nee- dPrinting I41 f i If you do we are ready to take your order J for anything you need in the printing line i J We print jjj 49 Envelopes per 500100 G Letterheads per ream of 500 1215Itj Nnleheade per ream of 500 100 tI Statements pet team of 500 100 fc I 4 Billheads per ream of 500 125 t ZJEi341 irculaiv Dodgers all sizes of Hand Bills in filet i Ii 4q everything that is printed in a firstclass print EJ 4 j shop Prices lowest Give us your order Work tt ttfi=3 THE REPUBLICANt3 1M- c 4 t v of I I PanolaiI Ttt M 1t tic IM hfuir eah nltHI will rnxkr ymi feel Mlrinv Ned wP 0110 Ilea nn qll1lrr trilieKf nn lrpep lN Oit tii thr lljl fifl s flnrad MWI jv non Kiarrle A IM f 011114 di H I fMiU MHilr hv the IIRTCIIHIRLD PlIAR J i MACAL VO I C Pr xnic nr- J 4 H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I 11 Hangs onto Mother I Our Free Proposition Gamrus tlio coupon herewith will then aendyouanurletonIrk UI u ji tior n fulikizril bottlo free ami wo re i for it This Ii our frm gilt to con lnce yon toihowyua nh tUaOttosSpruceGumBalsam Is and what it can do To it IIRCIM iuilcruo obligation wliatnrer r iclc 0lU neglect such an olfor and ion air p r fnrtcf tliooffir muotcoiiTlnio 11 UrOttaaSpruce Gum Balsam ilni in vocUltn owortil nrolynotpnyliT rnMntluantinnotawayI- ftierownaally doubt of 11 result vauttj Wont yuu us at our CIPCDK how you tlio Dr Ottos Spruce Balsam is sold In two sizes 25o and 50c PEJrtirSS Wn C M IIARXTT T EHIIIT- UBAKMETf i SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW II A It foilII Will irnctln thi lririifiwloti III nil the eUIO Ohio and niliiliiln rnuntl nriirnnrtnfAi il ijimlnliittrntliiuirlventiiiillliuiiliirixrntruvpil t their cur 1IIlrIlII niHl tlm Innlniiil ltdill tnpi Hwlnltlra OIHciln IIIUnLu1Aa tlutldln FRANK L FELIXbtl Attorney at Law iiAitrroiii KY VIIIirncllM his inrmlon In llhlu And ml joining r niity and In the Court of 1pwaIe Criminal prnetlr nod rollwilon uNrlnlty- llmtIn the llrnill budding CHAS M CROWE LAWYRR HAUTKOIID KY Will tirHctlr hie iirufiwlnn In nil th roods et llhlnuntadJnlolnarounllenadInthCour ol ApM al M rclol attention Klrrn ty criminal lirnctlrvitliil to rollrtllon Mare mrner Mr bet anti IentrrtrwlTbomaeorueruptalr m Y JNO B WILSON ATTOKNEi AT LAW HARTFORD KY HMlnliltleiiHun tflrrn lo nillertlnne nmilaa hetrnrle Ar nln Notjirr IuMIc for Uhlo rou- eq omrv north lile aMleeiiuare =R R WEDDING Attorney at Law ItJWIIIrneerut rlnlina lor IVnalnne Ktc Coll Horn prnmptlrettadrltu AIo Nutirr PoMlcfor Ohio county office over Ohio County Hunk tI IIKAVHIX KHMMI VOOI VAII HEAVRIN WOODWARD ttohe da G1ekQJ3 IIAeTroau Ky lWllllH rtlce lhHr nriilnelun In nil the Court olUbio iMuntr ned Court of Apwel HI rid Attention irlTrn rlinlnal irnnlre nnilrollec lion ilfflrr oJt ilunr to Ilink ol llarttord W H BARNES Attorney at LawANUCUtxTb ATummy lUmrnun Kr Will irctln hl tirufivldn In sly tbeConrle tibia and ndtoinlaatountlcud In t be Court ipl fiU Htrlct Attention aUeo to- hatantrnstrl t til liUiure Collrrtloa pei I Ifjr Orflnt InroqrthnnM iGi YANCY L MOSLEY AiroiuciAT LAW Hlf rrt Kfnlliclrv win pmctlrv hie profeMlon In nil the Court ol lulu nnil mljiilblnir rumillM end In the Court 0- 1AIIII AUn Nntnrj Inbllr fflrnrrr Fire Xmlonxl Hunk tETRADE MARKS DcBiarw COPVRIOHTS Ac rInntfoniatenta taken co nooi- ywlel eof lu without t nrr tbe t1I1lIonpert fnurmnnttuil Bold 67 all riewartealera YorkUraoch TJPRoounEDdraitloI IoJIUIr r ant re oft Free alTlc lujw to obudA detente trade tuuktittup1l1hw IN ALL COUNTRIES JJuilnm Jlrrrt with li uhlrloe taltl 1h V tmonrr anjefltH Ht Patent Infringement Practlci Eicluilvilr i WIt or come u at 83 math Itmt epp Vetted lUtee hteat OtUe IWASHINGTON D C As a Child its So Will a Good Medicine Hang on III The Family In order to provo absolutely that wo can cure YOU of all maladies pertaining to Couch Colds and all Throat and t drugwBifSTUnnOltNCOUGIIS 111111 Wo raaJo accept you earl toMm ThoTCiy tint yOU bwuli lot Gum liY will and IFor IIr 4 in- rVnI fn11 Addrw write = I I For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky tJ i f i DR FENNERS Diseases of the bladder and Kidneyorgans catarrh heart gravel backache dropsy CureAlsoDont become discouraged 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Great South west awaits no man but its a heap eas I ier to get aboard at the instant of start tug than to contend with the element of momentum later r 1 Lot ua give you the details this newt i country rapid growth and your chance to grow up with it Illustrated litera ture free ItRate Southwestt Almost in Two DBC6 and 2004Jan3 and 1705 Yo H Lee M r I OenPneetAgentL11U so am aches of of mo Dr M D it you J of H I McGuire OUt rue Alleo- tClllclllnatlO I 111111 SEBASTIANPasiengerTnfaciangr Chicago in 11 f f yAt ii 1 FORGOT THE SCENE A Ctage Incident Involving Henry Irving and Mrs Maude Mrs AlctTwccdio onco asked Sirs Cyril Minnie the noted English nctrcsrt if she had ever been placed fn an awkward predicament on the stage and records 3trs Maudes answer in her 1JookHBe hind the Footlights 1 always remember one occasion she replied tragedy at the perhallsIthe United States when 1 was about eighteen or nineteen and felt very proud of the honor We reached playIn ond I went in as usual and did my thoughtIwash my has It was a cold night and my lovely white hands robbed of their paint were blue The mu- turo was well oil when the call bo shouted my name Thinking ha rightIm1 But Mr Irving is waiting for you- i Waiting for me Why the ac isnt half over- ComeH Miss Emery cola quick j gasped the boy open the door Mr Irving on the stage anti waiting for you Horrors In a flash I remem bered I had two small scenes us JPirie in that act and usually in the wing Had I could I hav forgotten the second one With wet red hands dry white arms my dress not rroperl fastened at the back towe nlong the passage I flew On the stage was poor Mr Irving walking about talking I know not what On rushed said my lines gave him m lobster colored wet hand to kiss a pretty contrast to my ashen checks andwhen the curtain fell I dissolved in tears Mr Irving sent for me to hi room In fear and trembling I went This was terrible he said How did it happen I forgot I forgot Why I know not but I forgot I said and my tears flowed again Ho patted me on the back Never mind he said kindly but please dont let it occu- again Millinery Botany Miss Johnson was an excellent teacher but her taste in dress es pecially headdress was so peculbi that even her adoring pupils could not fail to notice it which appeared upon Miss John sons hat ono season was so gaud- that several wondering comments were made by the boys Im going to ask her what that green stuff is said one boy valiantly in spite of the vigorous objections of his companions She won mind and next nature study clas Im going to ask her and see whos rightSo red in the face but stubborn he rose at the end QCa lesson on wayside flowers in response to Miss Johnsons general request for questions which might have com upsince the last lesson Id like to know about that green stuff on your hat ho said bluntly John Aken ho says its beac grass but I say its onion sprouts Ho Knew HI Runlani Czar Nicholas I had some trouble with his back and his ordered massage treatment Nicholas declared himself unable f find a single man whom ho dared trust for the simple operation He sent to Frederick William IV of Prussia asking that a few noncom missioned officers of the Prussian guards might bq allowed to wait upon him The application wtj granted and the officers acted masseurs and returned to Berlin laden with rich presents I know my Hussions told them So long as I can look them in the face everything is well but I will not risk letting them work behind my back A Slight Change HomaganAnd Jingleyl Whats become of him There was a bighearted generous fellow Holmes Oh hes married now and all thats ckanged Homagon Why when I knew him only a few years ago ho could always be depended upon to share his last dollar with you HolmesWell now you can de pend upon him to share your lastI PhiladelphiPress FAIRY STORIES Their Origin U Ancient and Antedates Recorded History Had one leisure it would be worthwhile to attempt to trace to their very fountain head some of the nursery rhymes and jingles and fairy v irr kl generations Tlio antiquity of what is now p bylaisrnelbback to the time when there was no current literature whatever for the slaptthe brilliant exploits of Guy of War wick Sir Hampton and other mighty men were bandied from mouth to mouth Songs were made about them and tales were tiling or quoted in one hamlet after another among perfectly illiterate people remember who repeated them Io their children to bo repeat ed witK variations and additions to their children till Jack the Giant Killer became n nursery tale and will probably never die The tale of Whittington and His Cat had its origin in Genoa in 148U and claimed to be the actual lifo history of a well known Genoese Puss In Boots also came from andyBluebeard is supposed to have been drawn from our much divorced Henry VIII but the snore tale now holds good in France Germany and centuriestwas born thegpart in Italian in the Gcsta lio manorum and in every country un der the sun- Ladybird Fly Away Home is beeone nursery songs The beautiful story of Llewel lyns greyhound Gelert over whose grave at Beth Gelert many of us have heaved a sympathetic sigh is toIhas even given rise to a proverb in that country As repentant as the greyhoundIt the Littles In though the latter is probably of eastern origin but it exists unmuti lated in very early French German and Danish One would think that tales which have stood the test of 1400 years and will never drop out of our currency must have plenty of back longrVoice Strange to Owner owntinterestingrexperiment described by Dr L boy in La Nature of Paris Says this writer If a person records on a proyothers by his friends and causes the machine to re roduco these after a I happensthatvoices but not iris own On the oth hissvoice perfectly This singular fact- proves that every one hears his own voice differently from others No More Stomach Troubles All stomach trouble is removed by Itegives the stomach perfect rest by di gesting what you cat without the uph ach to health You dont have to diet yourself when taking Kodol Dys pepsia Cure J D Ershine ofAl sufferedusome time MyaisterlOlaw the same trouble and was not able to eat for six weeks She livedentirely on warm water After taking two bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she was entirely cured She now eats amasglad to say Kodol gave me instant re lief IIIold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m JAPANESE LANGUAGE Instead ot Letters Characters Are Used to Represent Its Words The Japanese like the Chinese have no alphabet in the ordinary sense every word in their written language being represented by a separate character telegraphing in these languages therefore about 10000 words are selectedand figures ranging from 1 up to 9999 are allot ted to each word Each word of a message to be transmitted by telegraph in these languages is first given its proper number by the tele graph clerk by means of a diction ary which has been prepared under the authority of the government t I lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard abeautlful brown or rlchblack Use These numbers are then transmitted by the Morse alphabet and when received the menage is translated back into the Chinese or Japanese characters by reference to a corre sponding dictionary This method of telegraphing is of course cumber some but it could be employed by those nations as the equivalent of a cypher code in warfare with very little probability of any foreign na tion deciphering it For prompt telegraphic communication the Eng lish language is probably used by the Japanese For the reasons stated however it is obvious that the telephone must be a great boon to na tions possessing such extensive al phabets since by this system each word is transmitted as it is spoken Kennedys Laxative Honey andTar Caron all Cough and expel Cold from the lyitem by gently moving the bwl e If r you are too fat it Is turns to fat instead of If you are too lean the fat that you eat are not properly assimilated Lean thin stringy people enough Pepsin in the people have too much enough Pancreatine Dyspepsia TwolI contains all the digestive found in a healthy exactly those proportions enable the stomach and to digest and assimilate all be eaten Kodol is not digestant but it Is a sue building tonic as well Indigestion Dyspepsia Heartburn Palpitation of Constipation You will like Digests What Rests the stomach tissues and gives firm DoltubottUkoUUK tlBM auhU U trUl S r M nmt UL Hold by Z WATNE GRIFFIN Henry WattersonsLetters EuropeWill A Leading Feature of Th- eCourierJournal e During 1905 Thcrfi will be many other attractive departments all going to make a complete Newspaper Malt Slates Dally CourierJournal 1 Yr 6 Dally and Sunday 1 Yr 8 Weekly 1 Yr i COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arraagemt you can get the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN and tho WKLY COURIERJOURNAL both ono year for only 150 This Is for cash subscriptions only All subscribers under this combina tion ofier must be sent through TiiK REPUBLICAN office ITakeBUCKINGHAMS DYE 1nm on 01 WGcint ot 1 r aLat co IUUDI a a Cumberland 1ANDTimes nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business has increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly pompetltlon- H Ae PATH Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance 1ID1T1hREvTD1I1T e Ohio County clreonCoartTF Blrkhead Judge Ben D RlngoAttorney T II Black Jailer Ed O Barrass Clerk Frank L Felix Matter Com mlssloner Y L Moseley Trustee Jury Fund Ca 1 Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Keown Jo II Roberts Sam Keown 7ConrtconvenesflrstMon day la March end August and Continues three weeksand third Monday In May and November two weeks Connty Court J P MUler Judge MS Rag and Clerk W U Same Attorney Hartford aQ Court convenes ant Monday lu each month MondayInCourt ol Claims Convene Drat Monday In JAI nary Tuesday alter second Monday In October Other Officers J IL Wood Surveyor Ceralvo Frank Lowe Aieessor Beda James DeWees School Superintendent Hartford Ben L Day Coroner Sulphur Spring- TvxotleaB1 Ccmxtaj B F Ilndson Beaver Dam February It May IS Angnst 31 November SO OeoW Martin Baltetown February IX Ma 7 A 14 August 20 November IS JnoM Graham Narrow February rf Hay 1 2 August t November 11 T A Evans Fordsvllle Jannary lIIUaT1 August 27 November J A Hicks lalordFbroafJ 7 May tAug nit 12 November 7 W A Ron Centertown February B May 11 August 24 November D D J Wllcox Jlockport February 20 May I August 25 November 1- 43T rtford rcllc CourtJno B Wilson Judge C E Smith City Attorney 8 r Barnett Marshal Court eon venea second Monday In eachnionth Xtoliffioxxn Sezv1ce ME Church South Service third Sunday 1 each mouth at 111 m and 7 pm and secondxSunday at 7 pm Prayer dayevenlng Rev WTJMlller Pastor Baptist Church Service held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer every Thursday evening Bev J D Burnett pastor C 1 Church Services Scat Sunday la each 7ndSchool Trustees Hartford Jas P MUler J Olenn 8 T Steven D M Bocker J B B Car 00JooC Riley City Council Rowan Bolbrook Mayor S A Anderson Clerk Dr H J Wedding W 8 Tins ley A C Taylor M L Ileavrln T J Morton Councilmen GctBocitiA O U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lot ft Nol1l1 F4 A Masons lntMonday night U each month Hartford Tent No 99 Knights of the Mecca bee every Thursday night Rough River LodgeNo 110 Knight of PytbU meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton roes No4 0 A B hold rig nlarme tings Saturday beforeflrstSnnday eark month SI VVVVW- Ilia ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah the Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING la Carte ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAIN- SIRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE MEBWtrAiisi JVl1161a1ZIeIaZ SERVICEKiWlrta Carts ELKCTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS tar rrrSir lifmilion Unrtlslsf Hallir Etc Iddm- eRT Ci MATTH 13 Trirfais fct Ixn 202 EQultibli Sldj IJCISVUIC tt- e C TOW II 00 0111 I r C TORxA I gels theTN Klri YMHawMwrs Bukjl 8Ipavt Y If iI I SS J- t- PfHartford Republican 1 tFRIDAY JANUARY 27 7 f LANG SALE FOR TAXESI l 4 4Byvirtue of taxes due me as Sheriff of Ohio county Ky I will on Mon day February 6th 1905 expose to public sale at the Court House door a In Hartford Ky the 10110Rlnglnnds viz C NORTH ROCKPORT NO 8 Af itw Tax A Cost Brown Miss Tessle I lot 4 25 COLORED Baker Jesse i lot 34 l Mosley Preston and son i lot 2 6 SOUTH ROCKPORT NO9 Bennett A L 106 64 J Fnlkerson L D 60 6 g Fulkerson Wm Berry 65 6 9 McConnel Joe 13 4 80 Milliard Levy T i lot In I1 McHenry 7 Southard Hllas 65 8 7 i 1 MUENRV NO 15 Davlsjas Ai lot in Crom well 4 24I b Rowe Wm M 52 7 0 CENTERTOWN NO 1 6 Ashby M Everly 26 4 80 Carter Frank 84 8 82 Igleheart Warren L 28 5 36- TichenorWm A I lot 5 9 2 Simpson Mrs Nancy 5e 6 4 SMALLHODS NO 17 Brown Claude L 10 4 80- Tlchenor Mrs Mary A zoo 6 48 COLORED 1 Morehead Jno So 4 24 CERALVO NO 26 I Rowe Mrs R U 11 312 POINT PLEASANT Burns Jno 33 6 48t t fi Everly Mrs Delia M 45 3 IS DEDA NO3 Hoover L C 313 l6 6o i Smith Geo 86 7 00 SULPHUR SPRINGS NO4 Baxley Chas E 193 14 oo Mitchell Sam I 50 4 25 Stevens J W 54 4 60 Tucker Jno T 40 57 Willis OP 2 12 10 Wright Jno H So 7 25 I BUFGRD 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 I oo 7n50 5 70 Simmons W H 15 3 85 Westerfield J A 573 j 4 70 Yates Temple E 90 5 90 t ADDITIONAl LIST i Sutton Jno T 141 12 li5 HEFLIN NO 25 Nicely Wm C 16 4 20 t Pate W S 65 7 30 Whitehouse Ed 65 5 70 RALPH NO 29 Greer Sam J 583 5 9 Ralph Jeff H 35 5 9 Roach J L 101 7 oo White Abraham 15 5 05 MAGAN NO 15 Hamilton Mrs Lucinda 45 2 56 Hamilton Thos H 7 3 30 J Johnson A G 170 12 60- Muffett B D 92 6 oo ADDITIONAL LIST aMills Jno J2J 4 12 NARROWS NO 28 t Brown Mrs Augusta 2 424 CROMWELL No6 Raymond W H 80 6 48 Sorrels W C 38 4 55 J R W L and Miss Annie Shultz 50 3 12 Taylor C S 140 7 60 SHREVE NO 21 Wilson WC 36 4 65- ARTNAVILLE NO 20 Bartlett John R 85 7 60- Blvlns Henry L no 10 on Cecil Frank 48 7 35 I Teal Amos G i 3 35 WEST FORDSVILLS NO 19 Baize Wm J 45 4 80 ADDITIONAL LIST Heirs Johnson 190 12 16 IUAST FORDSVILLE NO l8 i lot 3 95 Dowell L R 50 3 36 J W 13 3 85 lGuss Chas I yt 320 it j Hlllard J W i 3 40 Head B J 73 8 72 Stldum EM si 6 48 f Truman TN 35 5 36 Harris A J 134 4 40 COLORED LIST t cHines Ewen 22 6 48I COOL SPRINGS NO7 tTWfl lmHiI 88 481 Ie I M Jor f SELECT NO 10 Baize C JI r 4 3 35 HORSE BRANCH NO II Embrey Wm T 82 6 50 Daughty Thos R i lot 4 25 Daugherty Luther 75 4 25 Gary WInfield 50 4 25 Kissinger Daniel 3 345 Morris Leonard 65 3 7 Thomas Nathaniel J 73 4 oo ADDITIONAL LIST Morris Presley 20 3 6 ROSINE NO 12 Awtry John F 108 6 50 Bryant T J 150 7 60 Bozarth F M 75 37 Hall W W i lot 3 70 Hurt Byron J 7 3 30 Ralph Mrs W H 35 3 12 5O Young J 32 37CI HARTFORD NO I 8ChlnnLealle 100 13 70 2Lee Thos W 15 4 10 ADDITIONAL LIST Sullenger C B 138 2130 Stewart A J 25 5 70 USTtHunter A B i lot 3 70 Parks Wm Haytl i lot 4 65 Phipps John 180 9 50 BEAVER DAM NO 14 4HockerN B 25 5 jO NON RESIDENT LIFT j Cecil C S 79 4 65 Fuqua John S 65 5 45 Grubb J W I lot In 8Heaver Dam 306 White Plains 30 2 75 Stevens W P 112 13 10 Stevens L W I lot Pleasant Ridge 2 50 CAL P KEOWN S O C Land Sale for School Taxes By virtue of school tax due me as treasurer of white common school dis rict No I Hertford Ky I will on Monday February 6th 1905 at the court house door In Hartford Ky of fer for sale the following lands in Hartford Ohio Co Ky- MrsJennleMoseley a part of lot No 34 on Union St and Peach alley and adjoining Likens Westerfields livery stable and residence lot of A T Nail containing about j acre and being all of said lot except the por tion owned by A T Nell taxes forI 1903 410 Also the same lot for 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 J acre Tax for 1903 435 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 385 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 fo 1904 410 J G KEOWN Tress 26t4tHEFLIN Jan 22As I havent seen any thing in your valuable paper concerning the Heflin lodge of the A S of E and being very much inter ested in the work I will try and give you a little conception of what we are doing On the 7th of October Mr Wilbur Stevens the County Organizercame to our school house and made an interesting appeal to the farmers of this locality in regard to their pres ent condition financially after which he organized lodge of ten mem bers of which T M Tanner was elected President and S A Wood ward Secretary Since the organi zation the membership has increase ed rapidly having at present thirty three members enrolled with ten honorary members The lodge met and after some deliberation deemed it best to elect a committee of two members and the owner of the to bacco constituting the third commit teeman and after inspecting the to bacco very closely in the districtand finding it to be a very fine crop it was decided it was all worth 800 per hundred from the ground up and Burley 1200 per hundred from the ground up consisting of 50000 or 60000 pounds of the best grade of tobacco that has been produced in this section for a long time One man was appointed by the lodge as agent to sell the entire crop at the above named price Our lodge met the 21st at 10 oclock a m with quite a large attendance We were highly honored by the presence of lIon Wilbur Stevens our County 1ti trrtj tt Organizer and also quite a number of our lady friends We enjoyed their presence very much and we extend to them and Mr Stevens a cordial invitation to visit us again in the near future Mr Stevens made a splendid talk which was enjoyed by all 5With best wishes for the A S of E and your valuable paper I will close A MEMBER ITrust Those Who Have Tried- I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind and never hoped for cure but Elys Cream Balm seems to do- even thatOscar Ostrom 45 War ren Ave Chicago 111 I suffered from catarrh it got so bad I could not work I used Elys Cream Balm and am entirely well A C Clarke 341 Shawmut Ave Bostom Mass The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York CENTERTOWN Jan 25E V Phipps is at home again after closing a sucdessful meeting at Elk Creek church Rev C W Hasken filled his appointment at Walnut Grove church last Sunday Our Sunday school is moving along nicely great interest is being taken- E H James went to McLean county last week on business James Murray Beaver Dam has accepted a position in the shop here with F M Allen- C L Brown has returned to Arkansas where he is engaged in tim ber business John Gray of Rison Ark visited his family here last week L C Brown who has been sick for several days is slowly improving C R Coffman Coffman and Hen ry H Davis Beaver Dam visited the family of H H Davis here last weekS James has moved into his property on North Church St Clyde Roark has taken rooms on Main street Dr G F Chapman has taken charge of the postoffice here RENDER Jan 2IT J Brown left for Lin ton Ind last week- J H Brown was in Louisville one day last week Jno S Spence was in Central City last Wednesday and Thursday on businessW Peach was in Rockport last FridaySimon Jones was in Hartford last SaturdayDavid Watkins of Ohio was here last Saturday- A T Sloan was in Rosine last SundayBen Ringo and R Sidenius of Hartford spoke in the interest of therRender to a crowdJoe James is all smiles Its a 12 pound girl born last Sunday Messrs Mossbarger and Lyons of Louisvillewere here on business yes terday Sam Jones of Louisville and Jno R Scott of Paducah were here to dayGeo D York and family moved from here to Linton Ind last week where they will make their future homeThere is still a lot of sickness in this community Seems as if every one wants to grip John Hinton hurt his back in the mines last Saturday by lifting at a large lump of coal SMALLHOUSE- Alva Calloway and family were the guests of Mrs Galloways niece at Ceralvo last Sunday Mrs John Barnard who has been on the sick list for quite a while is much improved Fred Boone was called to the bed side of his brother at Morgantown Thursday who is dangerously fits Miss Bird Boone near Ceralvo was the guest of Fred Boone and wife last week Mr Nekton and Miss Sarah Cox Pinchicoe were the guests of 0 C Cox and family recently Geo Dennis visited his parents near Paradise last week Mrs Will Atherton and daughter Central City are the guests of Mrs William H Fulkerson who is quite ill Weaver Atherton was in our midst Wednesday John Overton of Breckenridge county has returned home after a few days visit to his brother C E OvertonMrs Addington and daugh ter are the guests of Mrs Cordelia Addington Berry Taylor who taught school near Beaver Dam is at bis home again W C Overhults who taught near Matanzas is also at home C 0 Hunter closed a very successful school near this place last Friday Marion Kimbley died Sunday January 15 of consumption HevI Grundy conducted funeralservices after which his remains were laid to rest in the Equality burying ground He is survived by a wife two sons and four daughters besides a host of friends The infant child of Mr Love Bullock near Godman was burned to death last Friday and its body was brought here for interment Sun dayM D Maddox closed his school near Fairest Friday- J R Hunter returned Monday from a few days visit to friends and relatives near Utica Charlie Kimbley Owensboro at tended the burial of his brother Marion Kimbley Monday Ed Balls is visiting at Ceralvo Rev E D Boggess Beaver Dam delivered an interesting sermon at Equality Sunday j Mrs J C Drake is on the sick list i Mrs Joe Bullock and children are spending this week with Mrs Nan nie Kimbley and family Little Wylene Nichols who has made her home with her grand mother Mrs Mary Ann Tichenor for the past ix years left Saturday for her new home with her father and stepmother Mr and Mrs lIen ry Nichols Goodman Mitchell Balls is the new mail car rier from this place to South Car- rollton j Ross and John Morton have re turned from Livermore where they have been with logs Worth Fulkerson has gone to Evansville on a raft of logs Lewis Fulkerson has gone to Ar kansasS and C 0 Hunter went to Rockport Saturday- Exarlinations for Diplomas Examinations for common school diplomas will be held today and to morrow at Palo Oak Grove and Union school house in addition to the one which is held here- On the second Friday and Saturday in May examinations will again beheld at various places over the coun ty where a sufficient number of ap plicant can be gotten together The places will be indicated in Tim REPUBLICAN of a later da- teWANTED 100000 MINK and- SKUNK sKinslAnd other rw furs at xtr mrlr nun JUK- VA E BURKHARDT International Fur Merchant SMI Cincinnati O EVERYBODY r3 vs+ n MAKES TMI CLOTHtC WMHC A mOY A QUART i0A Se FOR SUE or ALL Thi American fhartnaul GROCERSI Its January X 1905 We want to extend thanks for your kind patronage through 1904 The last year was our best We want to make this ex ceed anything that we have ever done We realize the necessity of making a cleanup of our winter and seasonable guods We have made a canvass of our entire stock and find a number of things that must be sold Among our numerous bargains that we offer is some nice all wool Waist Pat terns in three different lots LOT NO IFive patterns at 85c each Original price 125 LOT NO2Eleven patterns at 125 former price 190 LOT NO 3Eifteen patterns at 165 former price 225 We also have a big assortment of Shoes Overcoats Clothing Dress Goods Etc that we will sell at from one ourth to onehalf less than the original price Now dont fail to take advantage of this great reductionI Again thanking you for your favors and asking you for your patronage during 1905 and wishing you all a prosperous year we are yo- ursCarson 8 CoXNCOlhZPO1ZA ED1 Hartford Kentucky Nasal CATARRHIn ahonld be cleanllneia Elys Cream Balm elranreootbes ndheal the dIAtied membrane It caret catarrh and drlrrt away a cold In the head nblckl Cream Balm It placed Into the nottrtli spread OTer the membrane and li absorbed RelUfli Im mediate anti a euro follow It It cot dryingdon not produce sneezing Large Size to cents at Drug tfiti or by mill I TrWSize 10 centa bymalL- ISLTDItOTNERSUSVarrenStreet Mew York At ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY ixcniirniuTinl r 1 Talk being cheap und necennary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phone and build your own lines and be Itv talking distance with the whole coun 4 tty and business points generally by only paying n reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense II you oaf so We connect with all Independent Companies For partlcnI lara call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky sIr BIG FOUR III I rChicagoIAnd 4andI 4 f I JBuffaloI B08 Now Yorki lAud All Point IInformation cheerfully A I on application at City A Ticket office Dig Four Route t INo 259 itb Ave or wrlto to S J GATES 1 Qenl Agt Puuenger Deptw t Louisville Ky iReal Estate- BARGAINS 141 acres for4i5oo or will sellS 4- at 130 Tier acre and make survey 2tf milts horn Hartford 4 mile of pike Good new 7 rocnl house a barns 75 acres in bottom balance good hill land good Orchard fine mea dow 10 or 15 acres in woods all under acas fenceK120 near In good condition good build lags and fine farm land for 120000 83 acres fine bottom land for y 20 per acre or 1600 3 rally from Hartford on Sanderfura crossing road Good house good barn young orchard in fine 4statebargain 305 acres fine Rough river bottom laud near Hartford in fine state of cultivation r Will sell cheap considering 1 the land 188 acres near Ceralvo See me for prices 20 acres at Centertonn Seetme for prices II One house and lot on Union I street in Hartford In fine Iicondition 75000 A house and 2 acres ot ground 1frnltgoodInKs far 375100 fHartfordcultivation l85600 43 acres near Ceralvo 43000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good of 6500OnebargainIf land If n willfurnish JS A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate t HARTFORD KX i IJ 11v