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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d I i qe 4 synr pylS Ln 1 1 it tattfJrbaJtpblian TFine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription i 1 a Year VOL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 1905 No 29 WASHINGTON lETTER Army Appropriation Bill Gives Full Pay to Gen Miles r The President Continues to Mak Speeches and Write Letters on AH Subjects irIsI to THC Ilrrriii4c xj + fWashington D CJan 31 1905 The army appropriation bill has passed and through the efforts of l 4 Senator Lodge and other near friends of the President the appro priation has been made so as to al low full pay to General Miles not- I withstanding he will be drawing pay on the military staff of Governor i Douglas of Massachusetts During t 1 ing the debate on the army bill Sen ator Hale of Maine who is perhaps 6the star grumbler of thelit Senatetonkse occasion to criticise verity the army staff bill which was passed at the last session of Congress through the urgent efforts of exSec retary Root and bitterly opposed by General Miles It is well known tat under the old system the official 4corps of our army was about as ob in its organization andabout as ineffectivein its action as would be an old flint lock musket for mili tary purposes All Asia to say noth ing of Europe hud adopted far more modern and effective system but the old system finds its eulogist in such boudoir strategists as Senator Hale It came out in the deI bate that he hail to wait ten minutes or to cool his heels as he expresstJ t ed it in his office of theWar Department for an interview with one of the military officers appointed under the new law Twas not always thus and Senator Hale looks back on a time when he did not have to tcomplain of cold feet President Roosevelt continues to make speeches and write letters tot everybody and on every subject It is almost marvelous that any man can talk and write so much and make so few breaks A deputation of Episcopal bishops charged with anti divorce thunder called on him yesterday and he told them in substance that he was with them in everything that tended to the promotion of fam t ily ties and home stabilities and large families The President has been twice married and is the father of f six children so that doubtless he feels equipped to have a heart to heart talk with the nation on its t martial affairs whenever the op portunity presents The Washing ton Clergyman who said that while theInot so bent on being the 1Father of us all is probably notI surprised to find him expressing himself on the divorce problem maving undertaken to adjuststrikes usts railroads the tariffthe navy lhe currency and the size of our families he probably regards the dlI f vorce question as dead easy but 18 a Senator said The man who is t ccompetent to talk about divorce is I man has procured divorce or tried and failed and a happily married man has no right to dictate divorce laws than bachelors have to make rules for the care ofc babies Whether this is logical or not is different to say but the Bishc ops regard the work of securing the President as an in virtue rasthe most important accomplish mont of their conference here f Senators Hale and Bacon who in a spasm of jealously for the rights of the Senate temporarily forgot the constitution of the United States or 11thought the President was about to set it in his transaction with ifo little Republic of San Domingo I haye had their timid apprehension ra allayed by a communication from ThenewreIt i 1- 4r t r l rY which the United States will assume the right to administer the affairs of San Domingo cannot be brought about without a treaty and in course of events the Senate mu give its consent to the treaty That it will also give its advice no one ac aned rs Bacon aid Hale will yet be heard from President Roosevelt whose energy is unflagging broke away from Washington cares Monday and wen to Annapolis where he presented the Navy Academy diplomas and made the graduates an address Roose velt is perhaps the only President whose audiences have been much in terested to get nearer than mere seeing distance Since the time i the theatre in Washington when he liverrj stable keeper for a charitable act seats in the bald headed row whe the President performs are at a premium MRS E B ALLEN DEAD A Noble Woman Who Leaves a Large Family and Many Friends Mrs Mary Rebecca Allen wife of Mr E B Allen died at her home in Owensboro at 10 oclock Monday morning after being confined to her bed with tuberculosis for a week Mrs Allen was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert H Ragland and was a native of Simpson county hav ing been born in July 1847 Her parents moved to Ohio county when she was a small child She was rear ed in Ohio county and grew to be a noble woman faithful Christian and a devoted mother Mr and Mrs Allen moved to Ow ensboro in 1887 and have been resi dents of Owensboro since that time Mrs Allen is survived by her husband a brother M S Ragland County Clerk of Ohio county and the following children Mrs S C Walker of Lexington Mrs E D Guffy of Owensboro Miss Anna Al len of Owensboro Mr M M Allen of Horse Branch Mrs J W Weber of Owensboro Mr R E Allen of the United States hospital corps of the regular army and is located at Fort Thomas Ky Miss Willa Le Allen Miss Dixie Allen and Master E B Allen Jr The funeral was held at the residence at 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon after which the remains were inter red at Elmwood r In Memoriam On 27th of December 1904 as the God of day was wending his wayove the eastern horizon to give light and life to this old sinful world of ours the home of L B Tichenor was made dark sad and lonely all hopes seemed to be forever gone all happiness blighted consoling words were listened to but the future had no promise to the bereaved husband and three little boys The death angel came and took from the home our dar beloved Lettie D Ambros Tichenor No more obedient daughter affectionate sister sweeter kinder gentler or mo ret loving wife or mother ever arounda family hearth Aunt Lettie was born October 10 1872 She professed faith in Christ and joined the C P church in 1881 which she lived a faithful member until Godin His infinite wisdom called her awayIUncle Burks Tis hard to break the tendercord When love has bound the heart Tis hard so hard to speak the words We must forever part A NIECE Notice Hartford Union No1 A S of E will meetin Court House in Hart ford Ky on Feb81905at 1 oclock pm Everybody invited to attendand anyone wanting to be come member can do so that day F W PlRTLtf Pres RB MARTIN Sec ti fL r SHERIFF WEAKENS Grewsome Task of Hanging a stWoman More Than he Could Perform Windsor Vt Jan 31Sheriff Peck has wilted at the prospect of hanging Mrs Rogers Friday for the murder of her husband and on of the deputies named Lovell wh has officiated at nine hangings vi execute the murderess- t Volumes of letters threatening the life of Peck have been received A petition has been presented to the staytdiscovered evidence touching upo the alleged long line of progenitors 1of the woman and her own mentality This is the last chance for the wom 1 an who murdered her husband i cold blood Her family record lone of vice squalor and crime for generations Striving to save Mrs Rogers from the gallows the women who believe that her sentence should be commut ed to life imprisonment are devoting the last hours of life allotted th condemned to induce Govern o Charles J Bell to grant clemency They will ask delay in the execution on the ground that new evidence wi be presented to the supreme court of Vermont showing that Mrs Rog ers is irresponsible for the crime for which she was sentenced If Governor Bell refuses to grant a reprieve Lawyers Thomas A Ma loney of Rutland and Frank Archi baldof Manchester will gobefore the supreme court to argue for a stay of execution until the new evidence i properly presented Meanwhile prep orations for the hanging of bf Rogers are going on- HouseCourt Chat The series of meetingsTecently held and now in progress in this town have had a wonderful beneficient inspiredIof man which presupposes the Fath erhood of God have put away from themselves vain doubts and petty spites and went to their neighbor in the spirit of Love and plead for better living That they have not pleaded in vain is manifest to the watcher from without There is leftato spread its bitterness there is hard ly an habitual drunkard left in town and grown young women and men have listened to the prayers of a father they have never heard pray before And for all of this we are thankful a Connected with the life of the emr ployment and welcome as members of the circle because of their beauty wit and culture are two of the most charming young ladies of the coun ty Miss Laura Morton has spent three years in the court house and every detail of the business transacted in its offices Miss Mary T Smith the Official Stenographer of the Court has me the exacting duties of her office with a tact and ability that win her golden words of praise She is the one witness whose testimony is considered by the Cour- of Appeals and upon her fitness quickness and fidelity depend the fortunes the reputations and the lives of men Miss Smith and her coworker lMiss Morton are regularly licensed attorneys at Law but through pity for their legal brethren they have never actively entered the practice Should they ever conclude to do their sex entitles them to the closin argument in every case Ernest Woodward is wearing a pair of boots and is reported to be negotiating for John Rileys straw hat but as Mr Riley has none other the chances of a deal are doubtful it A distinguished citizen fell through a trap door in one of the Court build Vl ings here last week the door being negligently left open Had the oc curence been in night time and resulted fatally what about responsi bility Moral More Light Mr G B Likens had a dream last week It wasnt any ordinary night ofthebanquet dream neither was it the sort of pipe dream that other- e bank presidents who did business- o with Cassa Chadwick has but it was IIareal movingpicture sort of dream that has caused a commotion in local circles of high finance LiKens dreamed that he stood at the gates of a steenth story paradise and asked admission a venerable looking old gentleman with a large- n bunch of keys attached to his keyring handed Likens a box of chalk and di reeled him to go down into the basement where he would find blacks boards on the wall and for him to iswrite on the blackboards all the sins he had committed Likens turned away heavyheart ed and feeling the need for astenog rapher more than he had ever done before Entering the basement he wassur wellgroomedrthe stairs and said Hello Sam where are you going IIUpstairs after more chalk said young Cox MEMORY HONORED When Wife of Late President En tered Hall All Rose in Si fence to Their Feet sCanton 0 Jan 31ln commem the natal of the late MensreMcKinley clubof Canton tonight held a banquet in the auditorium VJ Presidentelect1lFk Wa8 th9chief guest of honor Justice William R Day was master of cere monies The other fguests and speakers were General Fitzhugh Lee General Black Governor Her rick and Lieut Gov Harding of Ohio Back of and all around the diners there were probably three thousand people who wished to hear the speak ing In the midst of the serving of the menu there was a sudden hush and almost as one man the vast assemblage rose to their feet and stood in silence The occasion was the arrival of Mrs McKinley wife of the late President MATANZAS Feb 2The deepest snow that we have had for several years fell last Sunday J A Tichenor is still quite com plaing Mrs S W Tichenorjind Mrs Roy Tichenor are visiting Mrs Claude Myers near Beaver Dam who is quite sick The second term ofsinging schools opened at the Baptist church last Monday with Prof E A Carter teacher The school will close next Saturday night with a concert- t Miss Lou Hill is on the sick list this week L C Taylor went to Hartford last Saturday Ross Bennett who is attending- t school at Hartfordwas at home Sat urday and Sunday Silas Bell who is attending school at Livermore was at home Saturday and Sunday Ferda Bidwell has moved to Ow ensboro T R Kincheloe and wife of Rock port were the guests of Rev L W Tichenor and family Monday night- J P Tichenor and wife were the Clarenceand Tuesday E H James Centertown was in this community last Tuesday Jno W Igleheart is on the sick list Prof W C OverhultsSmallhous attended singing at the Baptist church here Sunday night Prof Everet Smith Cerelvo was in our midst last Sunday 4 H ik r CAPTAINS ON MANY SEAS NEVER WITHOUT PERUNA Give MeJTy Compass and Peruna and I Will Steer Clear of All Wrecks Peruna Known andti Praised on Land and Sea IIA sick sailor It a pretty helpless man Ihave found that Fcruna will do moro to restore one than any other medi cine I know and I havo carried a couplo of bottles on board for many seasons Seven year ago Peruna cured mo of bronchial troublo in a tow weeks and gave mo such now life and servo force that I certainly believe in telling you of it Give mo my compass and Pernna and I will Btoer clear of wrecks of all kinds and land in port II1to and well with vessel andmenCapt L T Carter 123 10th Avenue Iensacola Florida Oapt E A Watson M E48 Elizabeth street Ottawa Ont writes ororia has my heartiest endorse ment If there Is any place that you aro holpless when 111 is on board a steamer at loa miles away from any assistance Sometimes two or three of my men would be sick at ono time and seriously cripple the force butsince we have learned of the value of Fcruna by taking a few doses they recuperate very quickly W3 use It for colds lung 640 Breakfast Tea pound 9c can 9c 4c trouble kidney diseases have Itvery for la grippe Is always one of the most important supplies of my stoamorlE A WatsonWith a a bottle of aboard sailors a remedy on which can rely a Commodore Nory Commodore Somerville Nicholson of i tho United States Navy In a from It St N W Washington y I unhesitatingly recommend Pe to all suffering from ca tarrhS l If do not derive prompt satis factory the use of Pernna write at once to Dr Hartman a x statement of your case he h be pleased to give hlu valuable ad vice gratis Dr Hartman President of Hartman Columbo Ohio Ask Your Druggist Free Peruna Almanac for 1905 c i CASH WANTEDO- n I after Feb 1 1905 will place our business equivalentInor integrity of any one but do so with the purpose giving more goods for less money than have been able to do on the credit basis thus giving to our trade better service satisfaction We can buy our goods fur cash which alone is saving and can them from 10 per to 20 p cheaper than the cred it houses thus saving to the man who pays his bills the percentage always put on goods by credit houses to R cover loss accounts which they always havo youhaveyou Make out your bill for two weeks or a month and you be surprised the saving to to pay cash as you go Best Flour market advan cing per bbl Best Flour per sack 82c Meal per bu 79c 7 Pkgs Coffee any brand 100 Best English 50c per 7 Ibs good Rice 25c 3 Ibs best Rice 25c Tomatoes per can 3 for 25c Corn per can9c 3 for 25c Sauer Kraut per 3 for 25c Loose Kraut per pounp Coal Oil per gal ICc and and also found fine Poruna Pernna havo they V 8 letter 1837 D O sayaj runs persons Nicholson you and results from giving full and will you Address ri The Sanltarttin for and we on of we and in sell cent r cent the in bad will at you Country Sorghum per gal 39c Bacon per lblOc Lard pure per lb lOc Fancy Pickles 10cdoz 3 doz 25c 7 bars Lenox Soap 25c 7 bars Lighthouse Soap 25c T 11 bars Ark Soap 20c Navy Beans per lb 4cButter Beans per lb 7c Bright Sundried Ap per lb 5c k- Bright Sundried Peaches per lb 6c Best Miners Oil per gal 50c r A corresponding reduction throughout the house ex copt on Ovccoats on which wd alloy 25 per cent oflV So come to see us tint lot us figure on your next bill and you will go away satisfied that this is the place to buy your goods The Brown Mercantile Co CJNCORPORATE1 1 McHenry Ky oac kcsttMtacsattMttKck J 4 H L T mm REVOLUTION Russias Troubles Recall t1 Reign of Terror Review of Events Which Marked Overthrow of Royalty In France Certain aspects oi the insurrection In Russia suggest the preimina- phases of the French Centuries of despotism and tyranny fcy the nobles over the laboring classes and peasantry prepared f- Ai each and the hesitating Czar Nicho las bears a striking resemblance t the unfortunate Louis XVIiDisordered economic conditions in Prance as in Russia began the u lieaval by causing an appeal for r form Famine burdensome taxes and a departed treasury started the wave in France by compelling th King to summon a suites general representing the nobles the clergy and the people a body which had not met for 173 years The assem DIy the purpose of which was to devise means of relieving France me first on May 5 1789 The third es tate elected by the people was in suIted by the haughty attitude o the priests and lords and broke away upon June 17 forming the na tional assembly Three days late every member pledged himself to the famous tennis court oath vowing to frame a new constitution for the nation The title of con stituent assembly was then assum edLouis showed a lack of discretion in this crisis and after summoning ing all the orders to a royal sit ting June 22 attempted to force Swill upon the assembly He ad dressed the third estate like a vexed taskmaster They returned the rep ply that they would leave their only at the point of the bayonet Paris supported the assembly with enthusiasm and when upon July 12 troops fired upon a Procession- killing among others a member of jointoa aev7 militia was organized and the meolorred and blue for Paris andt white for the new constitutionwas adopted as the emblem of the revo lutionists The civic guard seized p supplies of arms at the invatidesf July 14 and with them the people stormed the bastile the same day r La Fayette was chosen general of the forces of Paris and by July 22 J the first stage of the revolution was tl completetlThe five years which were crowded with political chances and massacres with war in the provincesti and on the borders and terror t1Octoberposed of frenzied women and mem in bers of the national guardmarched of out to Versailles where Louis held IeSwissbrought the royal family back to Paris They were housed in the Tuileries practically the prisonersof ed the Paris commune After secret intrigues with foreign powers who were threatening to invade France It to rescue him Louis and his family attempted to escape June 20 1791 They were detained in a provincial town and taken back to Paris in cus y tody After framing the new constitution the assembly adjourned September 30 1791 and on October 1 a I new body called the legislative assembly was formed The armies of the powers now began to enter France to restore the power of the shattered monarchy The first arI mies with which France opposed the i defoatedtheagitatorsrin Paris began to raise the accusation of treachery and cry for heads ed- f On June 20 1792 the mob inmdedm the full lies forced the to put for on the red cap and to give the vaMcant promise that he would the constitution order i esd 3Atcobin Club incited the people to rise against the assembly andI f Danton became their leader The Tuileries were stormed August 10 the Swiss guards hutched and the royal famly carried as captives to the Temple The assembly was overthrown an insurrectionaryy- commune was organziid and on September 22 France was declared a 1 57 41 e- A a AyersFor coughs colds bronchitis asthma weak throats weak lungs consumption take Ayers Cherry Pect- oralCherry PectoralyAlways keep a bottle of it in the house We have been saying thjs for 60 years and so have the doctors I here ntfd Aytr Cherry reclorel In my OPfamilyworld fur 40 lenieItrouble MRS J It OBCBOf VaUhim slue rcATcnlo0 The LugnosepPIIIes republic The revolution had weg now e terror A decree of perpetual banishmen- was issued against the Bourbon ily December 20 1792and Louis wasI bteof e 23 1793 is usually given as the be durf lutionary leaders was glutted and peoplr1leaders themselves to the fatal knife Marat one of the loudest croakersf for the heads of aristocrats was as sassinated by Charlotte Corday July 13 1793 Queen Marie Antoinette followed her husband to the guillotine on October 16 Robe spiere sacrificed Danton his rival who had become disgusted with bloodshed and had favored clemency on April 5 1794 But only a few months later Robes ierre followed the others The pea pIe became weary of the seagreenlyincorruptible demagogue lyle calls him whose debauch inw blood had attacked the assembly Robespierre tried to commit suicide no but the bullet only broke his lower The next day his head drop in the basket and seventyone of his creatures followed him With be death of Robespierre the third stage of the revolution ended At the instinction of the terrorists emerged from her gloom Af airs became more normal and sev eral gayeties occupied the attention tiofjoytheir freedom In October 1795W there was another outbreak called rebellion of Vendemairc when So unruly element attempted to re store mob law and overthrow the A young Corsican ar llery officer put down the uprising with a whiff of grape shot The stage of the revolution was swept clear and everything was readiness for the commencement al a military despotism headed byti the Corsican mob quellerNapo 11IGive Your Stomach a Rest Your food must be properly digest and assimilated to be of any value a1diseaseddigests what you eat and givesb the stomach rest enabling it recuperate take on new life and grow itstrong again Kodol cures sour stomach gas Bloating heart palpim tatlon and all digestive disorders Mr Sold by Z Wayne Griffin d Bro m Keeping the Banisters Clean Mistress these banisters lialwaysJohnsons today and hers was asw bright and smooth as glasscMaryShe has three small boys mum Public Is Aroused The public is aroused to a knowl ge of the curative merits of that tonic Electric Hitters sick stomach liver rnd kidneys II Walters of filG St Clair M- Age Columbus 0 writes Pot months I was given up to I had fever and ague my the were wrecked I could not and my stomach was so veak useless doctors drugs hat I could not eat Soon after beginning- to ute take Electric Bitters I obtained relief and in a short time I was entirely cured Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug storeG price GOc m Subscribe lor THE KEIVJIU AiIt r L 1 Jf 1 A CAPITOL JOBBERY The Commission has neglected the State Interest Wholly in the Interest of Politics IouUvIllo Hiraid The people of Kentucky owe ney General Hays a debt ofgratitude for the flood of lights he has thrown the evidences of jobbery in the Ion York Capitol scheme M Hays does not charge jobbery and is careful not to suggest motives f the majority of the Commission but he lays the record of the facts before the people of the State for their information and conclusions From his statement it appears that the Capitol Commission has determined to waste at last 220000 of the puts tic funds that it could have served E E Myers of Detroit an architect who has constructed some of the thnC world offered to State House for that much less than any other architect in competition- t Moreover he offered to furnish ade quate bond for the performance of his undertakings to the satisfaction the Commission and the General Assembly Mr Mayers is the architect and constructor of the State Capitol of buildingoof the Republic of Brazil each of whichcost 8000000 and besides theeUnited States He was evidently no ake bidder no cheap architect against whom sneers have been created by the majority of members of the Kentucky Commission He was abundantly indorsed and Jecom mended it seems and offered to give bond for personal liabilty for the excellence of all the work and material to be put into the Kentucky CapitolNot only was this proposition turned down but nobody in the State heretofore heard of it Not on was it turned down but the work a handed over to an architect who has never constructed a capitol and bond was exacted of the favorite thus chosen It is astonishing but Attorney General Hays makes the statement and the facts ought to easy of ascertainment The manner in which the architect was chosen as shown by the record of the voting will remain a mystery to those who are not familiar with the methods of political caucuses It was rumored in advance of theselec on that the naming of the architect the price of control of the State Democrat Convention last summer it seems the control of that political machine cost the taxpayers 220000 with much yet to be heard fromThe selection of an architect is an example in hieroglyphics Attorney General Hays has given the public the record of the vote The Gener Assembly might get an explana of it by means of an investigating committee It appears that Myers was never voted for It not clear whether his proposition- was even considered Attorney Hays does not seem to have known anything of the Myeres offer until the architect had been select Mr Hays voted for Mr Mil urn Mr Myers sent his proposition to Gov Beckham who turned over tothe Secretary of the Com ission There it lay unknown and until Mr Myers asked Hays to get it Yet it proposed- to save the State 220000 Of course there are many more things than this hidden under a pre- minary grab of 220000 There some forty architects i in the competition Some of them address communications that were not even opened as we are credibly in formed The Commission seems to have neglected the interests of the State wholly in the interests of politics The General Assembly while inviting persons to speak ought to ask r Myers and other architects to Talk Try and get at the fact and stop the graft that theaters under present state of affairs That Tickling In the Throat One minute after taking One Min o Cough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throat no not the stomach Harmlessgood- for children Sold by Z Wayne Bro p mDIS Water Divining It may be a surprise to most pea f pie to learn that the oldfashioned method of finding water by means I of a forked stick has not gone out of use before the scientific experts engineers and analysts A recent exhibition of this was given in Eng land by a Mr Thompson who is n farmer and breeder of sheep on a oflthe experts Who use more scientific methods of finding water he entered kain his hands They walked up and todown the grounds but were soon led to an adjoining field where the- Ir twig seemed to pull the operator about After a time he was so i powerfully affected that he had to release the stick and rest When he again took it in his hands it drew him to n spot where he said water would be found at a depth of fifty feet and a full supply at ninety or a hundred feet This 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5100 or the price of McCIURES 4859 East 23d Street New York City Write for agents terms r A Record of r rv wisAccoIflpIIment Y 1 Established February 19 1904 TIll Kentucky Farmer and Breeder of Lexington has within a few months time become concededly the best weekly paper of its kind in America and has secured a paidinadvance circulation of over 13000 copiesWAmong the contributors to its columns on agricultural topics arc many of the bestposted men in America Mr H F Hillenmyer whose reputation as nurseryman is national conducts each week a department of answers to inquiries in which he gives from his vast store of knowledge experience and study his views and advice on any subject pertaining to the orchard lawn or garden about which information may be desired Every issue of The KeJltlckyii Farmer and Breeder contains the most pertinent news and the advice for farmers and stock raisers of everysort 7 As a medium for all forms of farm and live stock advertising for both of which it offers special discounts it has no rival in the state More than half its circulation is in Kentucky and for the most part among people who are inter ested in and able to buy either farms or good stock 1 i By special arrangement we are able to offer for a limited timefI THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDERA- ND THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN i BOTH FOR I YEAR AT S2OO i THE PRICE OF THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER ALONE It is the most valuable weekly paper in America for the farmers of Ken tucky to take Published at Lexington the hub of the horse world and theIcenter of the states agricultural interests it has the opportunity to obtain and it never fails to publish live uptodate fresh news and valuable feature matter twhich no other paper contains jft Sample copies may be had on application at this office We Expect to Give Away a Million Bottles I Kidneyssuchand Dysentery of a bilious type wo will give you an order on your druggist and pay him for a bottle of Or Oarlstedts German Liver PowderI Our free propositionFI- RST BOTTLE ne Germu Umlowder thecouponhctnwlthtullslzed bottle tree and wo will pay your drulIlIlst ourselves for It CllIledGermDobligations whatever No sick ono can neglect Ruction offer and be fair to himself The very PowderdoeaaswoclaimYouWSnttboearesulteyuawanttobe Carlstedis German Lifer Powder Is sold ID two sizes 25c and 1 COUPONForIt to The AmerIcan Phrmac1 w avdnrvllle lod mall v MydlscatoU Ityour i w pw nw 7r q MM1 I alt tall addrU rUllr For Sale by Ja WILLIAMS Hartford Ky IIJ J 11 i e C oi t Ii r0 f i THE PENALTY IS DEATH iO Mormons Who Reveal the Se crets of the Endowment I Ceremonies The penalty for revealing the se crets of the Endowment Ceremony in the Mormon Temple at Salt Lake City is so severe that witnesses be 1 fore the Smoot investigating corn mitteo at Washington have refused to divulge them Hugh M Dougall b postmaster at Springfield Utah In f his testimony on January 15 prac tically admitted to Chairman Bur A rows that the penalty is death but I refused a direct answer although he was expelled from the Mormon I church thirty years ago The faith ful Mormons will never speak o- i what takes place in the temple Their ignorance and superstions are 4 so appealed to by oaths of eternal t secrecy and bloodcurdling threats that even the apostate Mormon can rarely be induced to mention any Kjpartofthe ceremony This makes most remarkable the sensational exposure of the secret ceremonies of the Mormon Temple that appears in she World ToDay for February ItI is written by a former Mormon has been through the ceremony so often that he recalls practically the whole text The writer relates that the candidates after all had been bathed by the priests in enamel bath tubs were ushered into the creation room where a dramatic rep resentation of the creation was giv en on the stage Some of the oaths j given explain the hesitancy of the i Monnons in their testimony The oath that is taken following the mar rftgc ceremony is as follows We and each of us solemnly bind ourselves that we will not divulge any of the secrets of the first token of the Anronic priesthood with its accompanying name sign or penal ty Should I do BO I agree that my throat may be cut from ear to ear my tongue torn out by its roots from it my mouth yt The oath of vengeance is as fol lows i You and each of you convennnt and agree that you will pray and r never cease to pray Almighty God to avenge the blood of the prophets 4uilon this nation and that you will I teach the same to your children and t your childrens children unto the third and fourth generation This article will prove very inter resting reading especially to those who have been following the Smoot inquiry Catarrh Cnnnot Bu Cured With local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the dis ease Catarrh is a blood or consti tutional disease and in order to cure l jit you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken nally and acts directly on the bloodI and mucous surfaces Halls Ca tarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood puri fiers acting directly on the mucous J surfaces The perfect combinations of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curI ing Catarrh Send for testimonials free cIif F J Cheney Co Props Tole do 0- Sold by druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m l Popular TarretCIlpringA the popular Fenian raids I in thbseventies of the last century Colonel Albert Clarke of Boston went to the Fenian camp near the Canadian border The camp of the Canadian troops was but a short dis tance awa 1 One day Clarke wearing a light colored stovepipe hat was strolling along through the fields a mile or so from camp Suddenly the report of a rifle rang out and his hat fell to the ground Clarke picked it up + and jammed it down more tightly over his head Another report sounded in the opposite direction and Clark then realized that his hat was the cause of the firing He started torunahd the bullets began J icker and faster When af- ter a hard run he reached a piece ofI woods that afforded shelter he look Ijcda his new tile and to his dismay was a total wreck There were itbutlnotop Ii IF TOII WATT Tt R0N WHAT AILS YOUthe meclkaladvicematerial and stamp I oMany people owe their present eood to the fact that they consulted Dr Pierce by letter riving him all possible information about their condition etc ntul received In return good medical tofHotel and Sumicat Institute Buffalo N V Dr Pierce no means confiner himself to prescribing hll wellknown medicines He tells you In the nol commonsense way what ails you what you what line of treatment slrouid he followed out in your particular case and If your cIISe proprletary frankly what you da treit nnd the bcd po method of Improving your health Dr Pierce treat many chronic cases at ft distance through the mall and tall you have to do Is to write him your symptoms lieuWhntsuffering from female weakuru which hal run rcvoritecorcry and two vials of Dr Pierce IclIcU rJt1rtIkinever KC another hut lnce then have- enjoyed the bat of health and happiness 1 lttfoCriptloabtor I nrdid nt such a time and our twtby is the most audiodncaposing forces had been amuiinp themselves at the expense of the editors headgear A Touching Story Is the saving from deathof the baby girl of Geo A Eyler Cumber land Md He writes At the ngei of 11 months our little girl was in declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians grave her up We were almost in despair when we resolved to try Dri Consumption bottle gave relief after taking four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health Never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold At Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bot tie free m 1A SPINELESS CACTUSI California Discovery That May Make Vast Deserts Useful Luther Burbank of San Fransisco who was called the botanical wiz ard because of his development of stoneless plums and other similar fruits recently produced after ten years work a spineless cactus which half as nutritious as alfalfa and will yield more forage to the acre says a San Francisco dispatch By a series of crossings and recrossings of different varieties from different parts of the world Burbank is aim ing to make the plant hardier and produce more fruit and leave He has at his Santa Rosa experi mental grounds specimens of cactus which he has robbed of thorns hav ing brought the horny leaves to such a state of psrfection that a man can rub the leaf over his face The surface is found to be as soft as silkThe creation of a spineless cactus is of great importance The plantI will grov luxuriously on the driest desert In the United States andI other countries its leaves and food for man anti beast and it may mean to some districts more than the introduction of the potato meant to EuropeIBad breath belching of gas and sour risings are all due to Indigest ion Kodol Dyspepsy Cure is a guar anteed cure L A Soper of Little Rock Ky writes us We feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure desirves nil the ommendation that can be given it as it saved the life of our little girl when she was three years old SheI is now sixand we have kept it for her constantly but of course she only takes it now when anything disagrees with her Kodol is the best medicine in the world for Indi gestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles A trial of this greatest of digestants will convince any who suffer Good for young and old Sold byZ Wayne Griffin Bro m IOaTODAIJS BtwikJ Iof J IMMIGRATION Effort Being Made by Department of Commerce to Dis tribute it Over South The Department of Commerce and Labor at Washington has undertaken a work under the direction o Frank P Sargent Commissioner o Labor for the distribution of immi grants through the South which promises the most beneficial results to the immigrants and the whole country Commissioner Sargent at the meeting held the other day to discuss the project with the passenger agents of the various Southern rail roads outlined plan which requires an enactment by congress creating an information bureau at the chief part of entry or several bureaus at the important ports The officials of these bureaus are to collect all possible information about the va rious sections of the South which offer opportunities in agriculture another d industries for enterprising workers These bureaus working in cooperation with the railroads with thev employers of labor and with board of trade and State immigration societies are to attempt byI moral suasion to distribute worthy immigrants in the parts of the country where their labor is needed and thus prevent them from remaining in the great cities where theygravitate into the slums and haunts of crime or at least overburden the rabor marketThe moment the Ledge dealers in not only an industrial undertaking but probably the most valuable of all charity endeavors of recent years for it promises to correct the present evil conditions in city life due to the congestion of population the slums The Providence Journal speaking for New England promises equal support to any legislation that maybe necessary to carry this project into I effect There is a real scarcity of labor in the South the Journ 11inand satisfactorily supplied by the negroes If the thousands of aliens who now humble in poverty in the cities of the North and East can be diverted thither very desirable economic results can be attained Experiments on a small scale have already shown that Italian farmer for example are exceedingly well adapted to work in the cotton fields other For Thin Babies j Fat is of great account to a that is I IIbaby hellwantsstores as fat what it does iJbonebabies are happy they do not are rich their forl1oJtime 01 are happy because they are comfortable The fat sur j rounds their little nerves and cushions them When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emulsion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for free tampto Be our thitthlt picture In the form of a label de on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott 4Bownej Chemists- 4OO4I3 ftart Jtrftt Yew York Soc and J100 At Druggists S alies could doubtless be employed with equal success in other Southern industries to their own advantage to the better development of Southern resorces and to the ultimate in crease of the national wealth It many be reasonably expected therefore that a considerable propor tion of the foreign immigrants land futurer ring a better supply of labor and leav ing us no longer so largely depended on unreliable negrojlabor It is prob Southwestoquantrum o white immigration promised by the railroads last year but which did not wholly materialize At the same time however that we are bidding for this white immi gration from Europe let us not lose sight of similar immigration from the North and West There could be no more valuable addition to our population than the thousands of Northern and Western farmers who would like to move South because of its climate and cheaper lands this section offers them Fiendish Suffering Is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Bucklens Arni ca Salve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It is the best healing dressing I ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store guaranteed m Rural Routes- In lS97when the rural service was started on probation 40000 was deemed fficent for its trial Dure ing the fiscal year that ended June 30 1904 nearly 13000000 were expended for rural free delivery For the fiscal year upon which we have now entered 20846600 have been appropriated for the continuance and extension of rural mail service There were 54566 rural routes in existence at the end of the fiscal year on June 30 last 9446 new routes having been put into operation during the fiscal year On October 1 1904 there were 27135 routes es tablished and the service was being extended at a rate of about SOD routes a month Deserved Popularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bowels and acting as a tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are mild pleasant and harmless but effective and sure Their universal use for many years is a strong guarantee of their popularity and usefulness Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Hartford m Why Heat Reddens the Face The effect of radiated heat on the nerves which control the small blood- vessels of the skin makes the face arejtraction under exposure to the heat relax and become distended with I 10Itogether with the uncomfortably warm feeling accompanied it may be looked upon as one of the useful little danger signals by which we are surrounded When from any cause a person has this susceptibility as in some forms of paralysis he may exposea limb to heat until serious injury reo suits The face flushes when near fire because it is directly exposed the rays of heat while most of bYtheclothingi there is most abundantly supplied with blood vessels The Wjllcreek Philosopher Do not always offer a penny for the thought of your companion The price may be out of proportion We mustnot live to eat but eat merely to live- Knowledge is power only when rightly used Truth maYbe the highest thin that man reach but many men care fully avoid wrenching their muscles I in attempts to reach it I In making a virtue of necessity dont mar the virtue by profanity When a woman looks as though butter wouldnt melt in her mouth try her with icecream When the wolf comes to the door dont whimper Bat him one be tween the eyes Look before you leap and the pick out the Bcf test spot possible AVcgelabte Preparalionlbr I similating Ung mt sandower I II IPromoles Aperfecl SIOIllrchDiarrhoc1Worms ncss and LossOF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or ntvNEW YORK LEXACT COPY OF WRAPPER J CASTORIAFor HMMM onfirearmsFreeileonWnr ULalyalua anmualttouetaYouhoad SSLEADERS STSVBNS teaI CASTORIA For Infants and The Kind You Have Alwayrht Bears t 41 Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE OCNTUaeaANT Nw rasa ITVi I i C T 5 t f I Harris Positive Pile Cure t The Biggest Seller of the Age J Why ItrcnnxltcnmirunitilctrlrnndHtonni It rtllera tbe pang of n Urine dentb- i All CROM or rilencni Iwturnl hy it inrglc operation hut Ion would rattier have PllM thett J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 3 TO BE OF VALUE MUST BE USEFUL Abusiness education can be used every day and is therefore the best education obtainable Hundreds of graduates in permanent positions owe their success to a course in O LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE We teach thoroughly and practically Bookkeeping Penmanship Business Arithmetic Spelling Commercial Law Correspondence Typewriting and Actual Business practice Large PatronageCheap Board Reasonable Tuition Write for catalogue Address LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE IND OR HOPKINSVILLBf KY Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slsnaturo of aITfe Miner uinlUUlllrot Slrma nt Rbolgtuii kinwm a In n Ubl ttpxtulon sIfwatoaoabUgtbptryrr petva PrarU Shot 8 Wet toe medarek b 1U GUI TOO d It I Sent fn T tntuuwri J ABUS TOOL CO P 0 Do CUIOOIEE FALLS Children e i I S S e l I 1 Ask For 1847 ROGERSBROS If you want I Silver Plate That Wean 8utso Make f Af Trade Mark- WzROGERS ua- e rlROS yreceive the will Genutne end Orili- nalRogcrs Knives IForksI 1 They can be purchasedsof trading dealer for new catalogue c V address the makers INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO Merlden Cone VurU as good as tI lust and prices at 1 cheap ns Ui cheapest Give us ourordc1 t und be convinced + ittf + A + +++ + Z i S FEMACiRA iian rem dl for lVriml DiMfumi an on themurkrt hot the only one that tol tnnholoteanlodtheeeforallforms nl Furoalu Trouble is- r KBMVCUltA Alniilc trtxl oJliOoTlnia the uiwl ukrptlcal of lie I mOlt nil racnlonrnralv8adontyhv IhnIItITIJI1FiEI111IIAItMACtLCO- tint For aleby J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky + ++++++++ lot + +++++++ s p t r u rAltrr tNnt ui TlAli 4 r r I i Hartford Republican v I t Ttentd by the llnrttnnlttllhliIOgCotnp o 1 iNCuiirniUYtD f i r VC E HM1T1I EIIor r tJiCrp OnO1 C brlQnm3a urh 21v 22- t FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 REPUBLICAN TICKET t KOlt IIEPJIESKXTATIVE CHARLES C BEARDI FOR COUNTY JUW1K W B TAYLOR FOU COUNTY COUIIT CIKIIK W S TINSLEY 4 roil COUNTY ATTOIIXKY- IS M WOODWARD von ShERIFF R B MARTIN ron JAILEIC OSCAR MIDKIFF SCIEIUXTEXDEXT OK SCHOOLS JIJAMES M DEWEESE FOR tSSESOht AM W LEACH roil 8U11VEYO11 NATHANIEL MOXLEY FOR conoxini JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGZSTIIiTEiWe ore HllLITZ ain eanIIIt for tIe othce of llnpln trate of tho Cromwell ilUlrlct inbjrft to the nc tlouof thi ItrpubllHiu party IsLook at tho label on your paper and jut dont read 1 005 make it read that way En t close a one two or live dollar hill as tho case mayrequire in an envelope with a brief statement explaining who sent it and We will do the reste Do it now 4 TURN ON THE SEARCHLIGHT Senator A S Bennett of Ohio Itcounty who represents the counties of Butler and Ohio in the upper house of the Kentucky ftI J Legislature introduced a resolution in the Senate at its session last Mon I I day that promises to cause some lit HtIe commotion and may disconcert the horde of politicians that hover round the State Capitol supposedly is administering the affairs of govern b ment in an umicab1c way but osten sibly juggling with the Stntes pubII Jic records in a to fIfewyides for a full and complete inves Ugation of the acts of the Capitols I Commission including the employ inetit of Architect Andrews who by the way was employed at a con tract price of 220000 higher than Ia another architect offered to build the Capitol for Governor Beckham Secretary of State McChesney and others of the Commission have pre tended that they courted an investigation into the workings of the Commission but their confederate Sen ator Farriswas on hand when Senator Ii Bennett offered the resolution to in- sistI that under the Governors call for the special session of the Legis- latureI such a resolution could not bes considered Senator Bennett has fisignifiedI i a yea and nay vote on the resolution when it comes up for a vote thus re- cordingi the names of those who are 1againsta public investigation into the manner that the peoples money to the amount of a million dollars is j being spent Senator Bennett def pubiliea 4sodirectly concerns the publicDThe text of Senator Bennetts resolution is as follows Whereas The Attorney General N B Hays has made a public state inent in which he claims the conp i tract entered into and signed by 7 four members of the Capitol Commission employing Frank M An draws of Dayton 0 as architect h- andh superintendent of construction v for Kentuckys new State Capitol r does not properly protect the inter c est of the State and t Whereas He further claims and b submits letters to the effect that a cc imetcnt architect could been c ib bUr IIiilidi JI iA 0 to n 1 r secured at a price flrbelow the amount the board has agreed to pay Mr Andrews and whereas It has been rumored through the public press and other wise that the Board of Capitol Com missioners has been derelict to duty and guilty of misconduct in employ ing an architect and Whereas Said Board of Capitol Commissioners has courted an Inves tigation and it is due the board as well as the people of Kentucky that all the facts be made public through a committee from this Senate there fore be it- Resolved by the State of Ken tucky That a committee of seen Senators be appointed by the Presi dint of the Senate to make a full and complete investigation into all the acts and proceedings of said Cap itol Commissioners with full power to take testimony secure papers and persons and summon and compel the attendance of witnesses Said committee shall keep a full and complete record of all its proceedings and report the same to the Senate in writing as soon as possible CHAMP CLARK a member of Can gress from Missouri elected a more popular theme for his wit in the ad vocacy of higher pay for the school teachers of the District of Columbia than he frequently has the fortune to exploit There are few men or women in the United States remem bering their own school days who do not believe the teachers who drilled knowledge into their heads were en titled to higher pay than they got and of that great army who have school teachers not a dissent ng voice to the teachers right to higher pay can be found Mr Clark himself belongs to this army and in language vivid if not Addi he described to the House of Representatives his experiences and opinions Other able Representa lives and eminent men throughout the country are as enthusiastic as Mr Clark in their support of an in crease in salary for the pedagogues Mr Clark did not however remain a teacher long The country no doubt needed him in politics hence his nov- rmce from the profession His efforts to procure more pay for the teacher however are certainly commendable TilE farmers organization through the American Society ofEquity is unlike most former izations of the kind In it andI through it the farmers are simplyl demanding their rights will or intention to antagonize any other class of people True if successful in their demands and there every reason to believe they will ethey should becertain organ ized capital will be compelled to whack up to the farmer a portion of its profit on the farmers products j his is right The per centum of iOfit on farm products is out of proportion against the produce and be corrected This the farm ers through the American Society of Equity are attempting to do in which have the hearty cooperation o ll good citizens ItAppealsnation society a writ of prohibitionil against the judge of Fayettec Circuit Court Judge Winchester issued warrants for the It 1HargIsFrench charging them with runnings off witnesses in the Marcum uit It seems that they only step tfire= TilE Breathitt county feudiests headed by County Judge Hargis have j made application to the Court of j Appeals for and have been awarded j an injunction restraining the Fayette Circuit Court until February 10th rom proceeding against them on the indictments found against themB for the murder of James It 111DemocratIcment by injunction j I A HILL has been introduced in the Indiana Legislature providing for ublic sessions of the Board of Par j dons and public notice before the hearing of applications for pardons In view of recent pardons by Becko am and Thorne we are highly in fa 2 or of such a law in KentuckyII IP public records do pot suit the convenience of those affected they are doctored Nbte the Legislative Journals in 1500 and the court recj ords of Justice of the Peace J WI irl r t r t Edwards of Jackson Breathitt county ICAIT THOMAS SPEED clerk of the States Court at Louisville Civil War veteran and writer of note died Tuesday after an illness of twoTuuF birthday of the late Presi dent William McKinley was fittingly celerated at his old home Canton Ohio last Tuesday night 1TUERE was nothing to prevent the groundhog from seeing his shadow yesterday except the cold wave IT would be interesting to watch what Breathitt would do to jurisdiction if she should get it A IIGItEATyesterday It was groundhog day RENDER Jan31Chas Millard was in Rock port last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Owen Hart of Beav er Dam moved to our town last WednesdayMessrs S Spence and Simon Jones were in Hartford on business ThursdayWalter was in Rockport last Thursday MissNellie Harris visited in Pren tis last week F E Harris was confined to his bed with the grip last week It B Rowe Ccntertown was here last Friday Jno Carr went to Echols last Sat urdayChas Cargal was in Beavor Dam last Saturday Mr and Mrs Geo Edwards went to Horton last Saturday UIIIlard 1MtIand Chas Robinson wore in Rockport ast Sunday j Isaac Harvey spent the day in Leitchfield last Sunday Isaac Oser returned from Owens horo last Sunday where he had been on business for the past two weeks W S Vickof Owensboro was1 here on business yesterday Hiram of Bevier was lire esterdayIRhea Armstrong of Leitchfield vas here on business today Sam Taylor Beaver Dam was here today Byron Barnes Beaver Dam was on business today Miss Lucy James is on the sick j ist FORDSVILLE Jan 23A mass meeting of A S of E met here on this datealthoughI t had not been the great meeting there was a large at tendance being about 200 farmers here There is great interest takenI n the society in this part county and much enthusiasm showed j on the part of the farmers this being tho first tlml in the history of j agriculture that they as producers have had anything to do with the pricing of their products Roseville Local No 1 of Hancock count formed a procession at the outskirts of town headed by horse acks bearing banners followed by j agons drawn by four horses carry bands of music and merry mak r13 with a line of horsebacks in ths rear marched through the town and- o the Post Hall where the Fordsvilli ocal gave them a hearty greeting M F Sharp was chosen to pro ide over the meeting All the lo cals present were reported as being good hape and standing firm for he prices of the Lynchburg conven ion Severalsubjects of interest to the farmers were discussed at lengthI The principle speakers were G D Black D H Godsey W W JohnI son 11 F Sharp and E C Hart1 ford G G LANUM Secy New Blacksmith Shop j I have opened up a number one- lacksmith Shop and am prepared o do all kinds of work in theline t lowest prices Corn Hay Oatsj c taken as pay 1F27t4 Centertown WESTERF1ELD KyI Jan 31The farmers of Bellsl Run neighborhood met and organized a lodge of A S of E f 20 members We meet again the rd day of February and expect a large number to join jn with us Farmers stay with us until we get cur prices or until Gabriel soundlhis trumpet and time is no m A MEjIllERI Subscribe for Tin RrruuLiCAN Ii =r f- I A j 1 Rheumatism Is one of the constitutional diseases It manifests itself in local aches and pains inflamed joints and stiff muscles but it cannot be applicationsIt treatment acting through the blood and the best is a course of the great medicine HpodsSarsaparilla cured thousands of cases 1For testimonials of remarkable cures or Book on Rheumatism No e L Hood Co Lowell 1I GENERALNEWS- Gathered From Various Sources I Over the CountryBriefItms I Dr Edward Lindscy Cunningham said to be the oldest surviving grad uate of the Harvard Medical School died the first of the week at New port It I at the ago of ninetycix years The Senate Tuesday agreed to vote on the joint Statehood bill on Tues tiny February 7 thu amendment to be considered on that day under the tenminute rule W B Hawkins president o tc I Kentucky Burley Tobacco Gn vvm Awociiition MS contracts haveluvi mude for the delivery of ten iriiin pounds alit that capital to ftnarcj the concern will ncv forthcoming joharn Hock the alleged hul und of twenty wives was arrested inINew York Tt1day He projx marriage to after he hud known her two day and untun ed her suspicions So reported him to the police Capt Baldwins airship made a successful trip at Los Angeles yes jterday being in flight fortyfive minutes moving in every direction land finally dwconding in the melon ure from which it are- A j woman in male attire and amedtwith a Winclmter held up chrrier betwen Boonville rind Man Chester Ky and secured a ruxieter j arIICommittee of the Kentucky Legislature agreed upon certain changes to be made in whicionlurgtIiAn 20000 will required for this purpose mak inir the total authorized expenditure for the site fOOOOOITlit Court of Appeals nl1 med het judgment of the Jeflfercoh Criminal Court sentencing Geo B Warner to I dcnth for the murder of Pulaaki Leeds The Governor will fix a day thotltrinlnounced that an application will het made for a rehearing of the case The Supreme court Monday hand ed down a decision in the cue of tin Uuited States vs Swift 8 Company I known as the beaf trurt case Tho j court holds that an agreement among dealers in fresh meats not to inIstockInterstate Commerce law and an ef fort to create a monopoly Judge Crosscut of the United Suites Cit cuit Court which tried the case in an interview the decision ic deeply sihlJlificnntand clears the way for Government supervision of thc I grtat industrial combinations of the country Boarding Students of Hartford College j Hartford College has always shared a liberal patronage from outof town people and this year is no ex IIfollowipgpeople who have recently matriculat in this school Bessie Mills Dorsie Bennett Opal Barnes Anna Carter Emma Axton Golda Cecil Edna Hudson Otis Wal ace E J Carter Clyner Hicks j Elijah Daniel Frank Marks John Bennett Roy Bennett Harry Bennett i Clifton Maddox Ross Morton j Ross Bennett Roscoe Render F BrunerRenfrow N L Howell Lu a Sandbach Ara Miller Eva Rag Qdio Ragland Verta Wright Taylor Chas Taylor Bud Over Charlie Wilson Isaac Christian Blanche St Clair Everett Lilei S S Nc L irE P B RNESBRO I I I 0 K Stoues are the Housewifes Friend rurI W liavtsoUl tluO K liiHMif Cooking Stoves quite n number of yours and tho satisfaction they givon our customers proves conclusively that this brand of stoves have no superior Easy to operate cooks with less fuel and lasts longer than any stove on the market We carry t his Ii Ill from an Sf I t tep tOO with all the vessels to a lo Steel Knntre Buy an O K Stove I or lttttgu flIIIit will he a pleasure to cook u meal Cariiartts Overalls ann Jackets I P m tilot hilly its by Cecil Park Wayne MidkiiF John Hamilton Scott Ambiwe Arbye Joseph Champnigne George Barakat SMALUIOUS Jan lOJI5 Eudaly an aged nat Monday He leaves six daugh sand a son besides a host of friends to mourn his loss His body was laid to rest in the West PIovi donce cemetery Messrs Ross Morton Wayne Over hults Harry John and Roy Bennett and Will Howell loft today for Hartford to attend school Mrs Lou Igleheart and children Tom Davis and Fannie Davis have moved to Central City Misses Oma Maddox and Lelia Hunter are quite sick at this writing Mrs William Fulkerson who has been quite sick for some time is thought to be some better list Mrs Robert Hunter has returned from an extended visit to her daugh her sister Mrs JS Trunnell IJeEs Rowe and Miss Minnie Duval City were married Sat grooms Mrs J T Rowe Several of our young people met at the home of Miss Ninah Bullock andenjoyed a regular oldfashioned candy pulling tral City thi terms wL J wcjir untitiliictorily They are gIHIII fur tIlt farmer tho me dill1 it the miner and nil oth er Ihleti of laborers The piit isl JUT nIitJlllltI IIJ Saroent Union Mane GlouesI a l Hove is one thing thnt should he t earnestly soughtTo 4I fur by every woai or of loves ThisI luis demonstrated popularity FIftIltl4 7- i I 1 Beaver Daon KyfII histhome EuI hasI supI LucyWithQWvilI Williams E Iill I1I1lt 0110I l ception was giVtfl them by tilt grooms parents Mr and Mrs Wil Ibm Balls OLATON JR i30MbH Mcmtlco und Myrtle Canon visited their aunt it Mrs Sallio White Saturday and Si n hilly I relativesin OwensLom II FordsvilllSlInlIIlY J B Canon is on the sick list this j week 4 W Helix who has been ill for tIsome time is bettor listHenrysick for the pustweekissome betteri J Joe Hall went to uldIlYitownStturdaW II McMerty the hustling salesman I for Ryon Bro Louisville was in town today V B Bratcher happened to a pain IlargeI breaking S Bean was called and dressed the broken limb Miss Dallie White is very ill of pneumonia FallenRockMrs Jane PaytonSaturday and Sun day AMrsvery poor health for the last year is t much improved itVXfV betteri11 t J8Wl i tmfl 0 Raglandthey will enter schoolt I I If Get ikFor without riches there is no fcisurs without leisure no thought airl without thought no pro gross The surest way to get rich is to lake adv litagu of our January Bargains Our Shoe Department We are oilbring 30 pairs of oleos SeamlessSol id ovcryday Shoes a great Shoo for slush and SOtOOjTwentyfour pairs Indies solid calfskin Shoes plain toe a line wearer sizes from 3 to 7 sell ev toittlOur Clothing Department Remnant stock of Overcoats put in two lots All our 500 550 and 750 Overcoats strictly 50Clo5cLAll our 900 1000 and 1250 Overcoats ex 00unllOur Comforts and Blankets Only a limited quantity of these left although theyarc seasonable goods They must go at a sacrifice price Our 100 Comforts till 70c our 125 Comforts for live our SI7i Comforts for IJ Cotton Blankets USe to 181 per pair Wool Blankets 118 to 318 per pair hood limo to buy Como and see thom Not only these specials mentioned above but a houseful of lie values that should interest every buyer in Hartford and vicinity If you are not our customer wo would like to enlist you for 1905 By cash buying and cash selling we will be able toI gave you money and make our dealings a mutual benefit ffr Hartford j Bargain Givers Ii LOOK OUT POR MARTIN JJ LONGS BIG SLAUGHTERING SALE Having purchased the large und upto date stockof VOrs Sarah Collins Smith weal e going to offhat actual first cost for the NEXT SIXTY DAYS beginning Feb rnary 4th this entire stock consisting of mens and boys Clothing Overcoatss Hat Shirts Shoes of all description Neckwear ladies and gents Underwear ladies and childrens Cloaks Furs Skirts Dress Goods Duck Coats Overalls Perfumes of all kinds and most everything pertaining N to an uptodate stock of Dry Goods and a NVotions A big line of mens and boys Rubber and Felt Boots that must go regardless in of price We feel sure that if you will look through this stock you wHit find just what you have been looking for and the price will please you We are going the to continue business at this place and have secured the help of Mrs Sarah ColB lins Smith the efficient and wellknown milliner who will have charge ol our Mils linery department and in due time we will show you one of the most complete stocks f Millinery Dry Goods etc in Ohio county MARTIN lJ LONG I Rartford Jy r far ford Republicai FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 Illinois Central RallroadTlmaI Horns maulVu tax tin t Z2 n III JnelYmpmSo12I I r N H III Hound No lililiiiltll it in Nit nil due 2 51 p in NolSI ilnrMJp to Carson Bros pay cash for Furs W M Fair is in Chicago this weekWhy dont you try a pair of 10 pants CARSON Co Try HotDrinksso good City Restaurant L T Millard McHenry called to see us Saturday For Overcoats and mens Under wear visit us CARSON Co F J Jenny Matanzas called t see us Saturday Try our Pickled Pigs Feetfine City Restaurant Clell Smith Taffy was a plesan- caller last Saturday W S Hill Ceralvo made us a plesant call Saturday Emmett Render Matanzas lIedi to see us Monday For good things to eat go to thei City HestaurantIW H HoaglandTaffy was a pIes ant caller Saturday Our grocerman J C Her is on the sick list this week Seed Oats for sale at The Hartford Mill Cos place of business tf Nicest line of Fruits and Candies in Hartford at City Restaurant Leave your laundry at Cleve Tiers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery IGtf You can get Glass any size you want up to GO Inches at Hartford Mill Cos tfjNabisco Cheese Sandwich Fruit- Cake i Almonds onBQ S1t City Res j j taurant Orvis Tatum Matanzas was the guests of his sister Mrs C E Smith TucsdaIYoung Men we have all the new- shades and shapes in Mens Hats j CARSON Co Fresh Oysters Fish Celery andr Cranberries constantly on hand at i City Restaurant I We are able to sell and deliver the broods at a moderate price CARSON d Co i i Cream Cheese Brick Cheese Sau sage Boneless Ham DriedBeef and Crackers at City Restaurant I Try a barrell of Iglehearts Swans down Hour It cant be excelled CARSON CoJ4 You ought to get some of our mix ed feed for your old cow andgeta pail full of goodmilk I tf HARTFORD MILL Co r Bring your furs to Sam Bach the Hartford merchant He will take JJ youre got and pay you the highest cash price We have a few Furs and Ladies Jackets to close out at 35 per cent off See if you ore in need of there goods CARSON Co The Hartford Mill Co is continu new machinery and building material to its plant and is prepared to furnish almost anything their line tf Roscoe Render Matanzas who blandhas been attending school here for past five months were among our callers MondayWBuy our scholarship in the Massey of College at Louisville It is good for either the commercial or shorthand department It entitles to go as long as you want to Position guaranteed by this school Apply at REPUBLICAN officeb4of the Ameri BeaverDam nie ises to be an interesting one They membership the order is growing tcisinticfarmerll 11Ij f ff ct r 1 = Tweddellt3Mr Clcllon Flener City visited friends in Noka last Saturday and Sunday From now until February 17th I willallow two per cent off all taxes paidme SAM T BARNETT Mr Tom Bean who has been qu ill since the first of the week is still very bad Clerk M S Ragland and son McDowell are quite ill at their home on Clay street Supt James M DeWeese has be suffering from a severe attack of the grip for the past few days Miss Nettie Anderson of the Alex ofICol C M Barnett spent a few j days with his family the latter part of last week and the first part of this week returning to Louisville Mon IfromTaoIE j REPUBLICAN at once Captain saysI he does not yet know whether he likes the country or not resigntPUBLICAN typographical force last March to accept a like position with the Leitchfield Gazette has accepted position with the Owensboro In quirer Dr Jo D Taylor returned fro Chicago last Friday where he ha heen taking a postgraduate cou in medicine He made specialties the eye nose and ear He and DrI Stanley have formed a partnership HEIPUIMr S A Anderson returned from a two weeks trip Oklahoma Territory He Itomost pleasant trip He says t country is filled with a very hustlin class of people endeavoring to gl as- a fortune Mr Anderson says he is well pleased with the country gener ally and the cities and improved are uptodate but he seems be impressed with the idea that the people are leading rather busing t exciting careers i The Hartford Opera House co L populaityI The series of entertainments which closed last Saturday night highly enjoyed by all who werei Shadows of Sin has been the town since its appearance Wells Greenwalt Unique Music I al Co will entertain at the Opera House February 8th They were nt Hartford last spi ing under the aus pices of the Hartford Lecture Club Card of Thanks Centertown Ky Jan 28 1905 Editor of TilE REPUBLICAN we wish to tender our sincere thanksE through your colnms to our for their kindness they have shown s since our recent loss by fire 1 MR AND MRS WM I ROWE e BUFORD Feb 2R L Paris sold his stock p of dry goods and groceries to G W Jewell last week Noble Dodson wife and baby and fhavepast week zas W N Blair of the Goshen neighborhood visited his Satur 1dayA E Ellis of Alexander lag bee visiting S H Riley and family sine Sc SundayTwo pullings Saturday nightD one at Mrs Sallie Balls the a Mrs Dollie Pateste ciBlairDr Shultz attending phisician and child doing well A S of E met Saturday evening go rs Wilbur Stevens and Worth scWade inMwent to Hartford Friday on busi ness License to Wed The following permits to wed havefa granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last issue I ed Q 0 Taylor Rochester to Min j E Dav Wysox H D YiIjTIhamsIna Sharp Pleasatlt Rjdge MdnJy IjMYltjJ e I GREATEST r Cut in prices this season There are three months I antiItCcle can be put to good service We have a fresh stock of Clothing Shoes Hats and Dry Goods to se lect from also a big line of Trunks i enClothing1500 Suits cut to 1200 1400 Snits cut to 1100 1300I 1 950 1250 1 900 1200 1 1 850 1100 800 1000 1 750 950 700 900 1 G50 850 1 GOO 800 550 750 500 700 150 500 400i etcIlight Colors cut down t0180Late-st stylo Hats that were sold for 200 now 125 edHats that were sold for 150 now 90c Fine Shoes for men sold for 2 now 115 Mens Overcoats with or without belt formerly sold for 10 now 635Heavy wool Sweaters that veto sold for 200 only 1Q0 Ced48CoA lot of 50c mens fancy Shirts cut price 42c Shoes of fine make null material that were sold for 83 now 2 1 0 90ipricehod0cpper garment cut per garment 23c Heavycotton Socks G pairs Ar 25c t Ladies nice hlnck Moe G pairs for 25c s Dry Good Dress Goof Blankets Comforts and everything else have teen cut down tothe lowest priceISam BachHartford Ky I JIIN tA f MfiJlJ 1nettburg terfield to Lottie Westerfield Ada I OSTOnXA r thef6s Kind You Hare Always BOU2M BglltorEU+rl BEDA j Feb 1Rev Cantrell Nocreek I SundaYjErnest MondaySeveral of the young tended the musical at J W SanderI urs Nocreek Saturday Ferda Bidwell and wife Matan are moving to Owensboro and Mrs Bidwell will visit her parents few days here before going Miss Dorcy Bennett left for Hart j enteredeShadrach Greer went to Beaver last Friday Miss Alberta Grecr and Mr Vial Parks attended the closing exer ses of the school at Nocreek Frir ay i Sleigh riding seems to be all the since the nice snow fell recently Miss Stella Tanner closed her at Alexander Friday Mr and Mrs W E Ellis are visit Mr Ellis parents Mr and Mrs C Ellis this weeKEOwen Chinn and wife have moved tothe property of L B Tichenor L B Tichenor has purchased the of Virgil Shown Mr and Mrs W C Bennett visit the family of Mr W H Park Andersonville the first of last week Eldy Ward went to Owensboro with tabaceot C4STORXAfui the It 11 I Id L lt t r I Oh 1 r YOUNG SOLDIERS 5 Captured Two Ohio County Young Women as Brides Will Be Forced to Surrender then at Once and Return to the Army c nlrtrImuch in a wedding which occur RockportIndMiss Lena Smith of Fordsville was his sweetheart He came home on a furlough and his sweetheart came vMrdown and together they went Rockport and were married IA notlgIabout it and it was not until Sat r day that thq news reached Fordsvill through an announcement of the marriage license They were confronted with the publication and acknowledged the factMr W C Smith of Iowa was a comrade of Mr Brown in the army About a year ago he intoau xu Smith by mail to Miss Marie Bratch Fordsville and a corresponc encp was commneced and kept up Mr Smith accompanied Mr Brown home on leave of absence and the appearance of hfs epistolary sweet heart so won upon him that he proposed an Immediate marriage and was accepted They came to Owens boro Tuesday and were Ynarried no- urning home on the m ht train llcthof the yroomsAviil leave in a days for his p sbf and will be more than a bef ve the can ca ain meet their brides 1- q 4 lf Tri Something New Variable Tours I T- OFLORIDAi f VI- ASouthern Railway LandQueen lJ Crescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets good ing Via Asheville through the Lan of tho Sky and Beautiful Sapphire r Country and returning via Atlanta a and Chatanonga or vice versa now on sale at Low Rates i The Florida Limited solid Train ot flues Puilutnu DfaWilig Robin Sleepers and vestSlitlled coa6nes With Dining Uar service entoute leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen tC Crescent Haute running through without change to Jacksonville via t Cbntannoga and Southern Ry The Chicago and Florida special beginning January 6th consisting of elegant Drawing Room Sleepers observation cars etc will leave Cin ticinnati every Evening except Sun day lunuing through Solid to St Augustine via Chatanooga and Southern Railway with Dining car servic- i enrouteThrough Pullman Sleepers to Jacksonville from Cincinnati every even t ing via Knoxville Asheville and Sa vannahFrom Louisville connection with all of the above trains is made atI i Lexington by trains of Southern RailwayFor Laud of tbe Sky bunk Winter Homes folder Rates Sche dules or other information address e A C Rincareon G P A Q A O Cincincinnati 0 C II HUSOEIIFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEY Assistant General Passenger Auent rit Louis Mn k BEST FOR THE BOWELSfI o the bowel i crerrdiri youre lllorwlll be Keep your TlolentDuysleorputpolagolalugerou The of keepingtheCANDY L OATHARTIO IlL CANDYPrevent Do j I Good Never Slckrn Wf okrn or Orlrei 10 S5 and andbookletonhealthU Company Chicago or New York 1 4KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 101eITun IIHST LINT TO I jtICIlIcago r I Anilnil points in Indiana a and Michigant I Cleveland I i Buffalo I New York I Bostonc A rInformationlahedon application at City Ticket office Big Four Route i No 259 J Isj GenI Act Passenger Dept A I Louisville Ky Subscribe for Then of ly Hartford Republican and the Louisvillet1 Heraldboth papers one year for S125 1 1 JtWt NOAHS NOAIIE AND WORKS Built Pyramid of Gizeh 1200 Yrs After Adam Left Eden Ark was Completer 1600 Years After Adam and Eve Were Created NOAH A VERY RICH MAN Kenyon V Millard a lawyer an archaeologist of Indianapolis Ind who after years of labor in the Bi bical land has found where Noah lived where and when the ark was built and when and by whom t1 constructdMr Millard gpeaking of his discos cries says- I have studied in the lands whet the Bible was written I have spent months at Memphis Egypt where Moses was born and have Walked u p and down the paths where Maria- watched the baby Moses in his ark among the rushes by the Nile I have studied the hieroglyphs on the ruined palaces which Noah built 4 800 years ago I am convinced that the holy Bible is correct and reliable ns to its history and that scientifically it is he only book that knows and speaks the truth about the stars and our planet and the people who are imprisoned upon it highercriticisem is as unworthy the d eration of mankind as the traitorous acts of Benedict Arnold or Judas Iscariot I wished to clear away the mists enveloping the truths of the Bible as Edison Roentgen and Marconi have brought to light the once beclouded and deeply hidden truthes of nature The most notiteable the most astonishing part of the Bible narra tive is the evident intention of the inspired author of the book of Genesis to hide from us all knowledge to who Noah was or where he lived or what his station in life had been If Noah was able financially to build the ark he must have been a millionaire If he could remain a a good true moral man in such an age with such environment where everybody else had become brutalized as soulless beasts and desperate criminals then surely he was a man of marvelous ability and phenomenal strength of character- If he knew how to build the ark andcare for the worlds greatest zoologicalcollection he must hay been a man of supreme intelligence If he was GOO years old when the deluge came he must have been of vast experjance and must have been exposed to all the temptations which resulted in the ruin of all oth er men I find that there have been si different Hoods similar to the lust one which is accurately described in the sixth seventh and eighth chaptersof GenesisThe last great deluge was occa sinned specially by the shifting ofI the axis of our planet just 90 degree If water has always been inclined to run down hill then such a shrifting of the poles and the equator would turn the sea and ocean out upon the land and all the berriers of the mighty deep would surely be broken up Sec Gen VII 11I1 have discovered positive proof that Noah lived at what is known at the present time at Thebes it was i Noahs day the largest city world at which period it was calledII NoAmen It was thus doubly in honor of No the founder and j Iecapitali amen who had created the worldc Noahs name was simply No or He was the greatest of the Pharaohs not excepting Rameses the Great It took an army of ship carpen ters 124 years of constant work to I construct the arkand it was the most remarkable undertakingI any age certainly the largest ship ever built Noah regularly superin its building and paid the sal ries of the workmen and also for material The ark was finished about 1600 years after God had created Adam and Eve in Eden When it was completed it took 150 days to fill the ark with the aniamals to be saved and to t with food for Noah and his frmilf r beginninghI have collected ample evidence to substantiate the statement that Noah was commanded by God to erect that mightiest of all monuments the great pyramid of Gize to commemorate the most momentous event of all history the delug- which should forever stand as a si and witness in the land of Egypt that the Savior of the world was the Savior of Noah and his family Three hundred and fifty years af secdn ear he went back home died and was buried in the great pyramid he had built the mightiest mausoleum ever constructed by man and there he laid his weary body down to rest andJPharaohs Disappoarancee 0 laid the peculiar disappearance iris painful symptoms of Indiegstio and bilHduVnratii to Dr Kings New arenso stomach headache WayneGriffin25c m VS RAT DELAYED DINNER Rodent Held a Woman on top of her Trunk Most women are afraid of rats some being more easily frightened than othersbut all are more or less adverse to having them around One particular young society woman on the East side holds the palm when it comes to fear of the little gray pests She almost goes into hysterics evey time a rat or mouse no matter how smallshows himself in sight of her And this extreme dread and fear rats caused her to arrive very later t a dinner party a few nights ago See was in her room on the second- S floor of her home getting ready for the happy event when the rustle o piece of paper in the erattract her attention the looked in that direction every fiber in her body quivereing trod the terrorized youn womariisprang upon a trunk to e cane the horriable fate she antic pated The rat not beingdisturbed grew bolder as the minutes slowly dragged along for the girl Slyly and slowly he sniffed here and there all the time watching the girl with his bright little eyes He would disc appear for a few minutes and the young womans terror would in crease for she could not tell how close he was to her Finally a cab drove up to the front gate and a stylishly dressed young man stepped out and was ushered into the parlors Come right along Mr sai the girls mother Elizabeth will b down in a minute But the minutes came and the minutes went and the young ma 1tI looked at his watch very nervously many times as he saw the hour se fr the dinner pass The girls mother thinking to be very plite remain dUn the parlor to entertain her daughters escort The has giving the dinner wore an anxious loo t as friend did not arrive and other guests wondered why the din was being delayedIFinally the mother excused her and went to see if she could IIhurl her daughter and what do you suppose she saw Her daughter was still standing on that trunk with the few skirts she had on pulled as high as she i get them and the rat was playing unconcernedly in the corner oblivious of the trouble he had It Costs To Be Shown Small Boypo you believe the story about Jonah being swallowed by the whale pa PaWhy certainly my son we should never question those mat a ters Small BoyOh I dont question youIhaps you might want to be pl PaThat will do my son Its aw long ways from here to the place where the whales live I Women as Gamblers There is much consternation reportshatI ing gamblers in playing bridge f IK whist Whether these reports are exaggerated not there is certain ly much truth in the statement that the gaming instinct is being fostered by this modern game Two hun dred years ago women of fashion- h lost thousands nightly at the card table and no comment was made i StuInI was told tonight that my Lady Castlemain is so great a gamester as to have yon 15000 in one night and vast 25000 another night at j play Accustomed as he was to thstrange doings in that dissolute age j Pepys was amazed at the gambling mania which possessed the royal ladies He writes This evening going to the Queens side to see the Indies I lid find the Queen the ladyhedies and great men the which I was amazed to see on a Sunday Many of these grandes dames thought noth ing of sitting at the card tables from mornirUln 1 pounds Sund1ntime playing cards with his three fa vorito duchesses Marie Antoinette was a slave to cards anti was known to play for thirtysix hours at a sitting j The play at the Queens tyI n1rling house People of all kinds were there and mingled without decorum j Graat scandal was caused by the fact that several of the ladies cheated j Anne Boleyn was never sj happy PS j when she was playing for high stakes and the records of the privy purse are full of her winnings from- n v royal spouse Even the staid urd rious Mary was not aloofagainst tI allurements of the card table ad then to counterbalance these vanities she paid for the education ofia Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For PrfegfC111 A Perfect For AH Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back It It felli Trial Bottle fr OpportunityWe t IItheMachinei ments to someone who commands a horseandwagonandcan to advancing the 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Chteagonl g I c1 J it4sir The Lie Tony Told r I I had kown Jacques do Kcrou nibs nt Fontaincblcau years before the war and when lie was brought nmidIsur edge of the groatforcst ho rccogniz cd me at once It was early morn ing Imlccil the dawn had scares COllie anti tho river below us tvaI pearly gray in the growing light U j river are before sunrise LAnglais I ho cried joyously for Do Kcrouallcs was a merry soul- I He raised his blood stained hand i a gay salute I make no doubt li had fought bravely and in a of the old blood in his veins crtxewith dirt Tho battle had taken place on tho previous afternoon midi the wounded were consequently al tlaswe lace again I1hcn he fainted with a smile on thutt men die different from what the loreyat gay cutting away his English made lin- enI slicing the cloth of his rough uniform x f a private soldier of th Army of the SeineII mere band o l volunteers despite their grand name 1 knew a scminariste in itnot ye ordained a priestwho fought- bravely through it although h lacked the strength to rill e straight without a support- I saw at once that tho career o Jacques de Kerouallcs was nearly over Suddenly it all came back to meFontainebleau and the happy care less reckless life in the old town where the very paving stones are saturated with history and worn by the tread of those that made it Jacques de Keroualtes Tony Vicomte de Muy Ilnoul de Kollcs othersharunClong laugh How often had we shouted the one line chorus in the Rue dc France as the slow morning crept up palaceImans side and went out to the veranda the villa converted into a temporar field hospital A cavalry officer in time gay blue uniform of his immortal regiment with a short fu trimmed capo thrown carelessly back from the shoulder stood mood ily looking down over the vineyards He turned at the sound of my foot steps and shook hands gravely hard at him It was Tony de Muya grizzled hard faced sol dierWell he asked Ho looked into my face sharply and made a gri mace You need soy nothing I see from your face Ho threw away a halt burned ciga rette and resumed his attitude of gloomy reflectiveness I had known him a young man a few years lier and glancing at him wonders- whether I looked as middle aged thatThe devil take all women 1 he suddenly exclaimed with his absurd French vivacity and stamped Jus spurred heel on the tessellated pave ment The devil take all women mon ami Ho will have as many as ho manage I suggested for I wa young in those days and the little wound 1 still carry had a smart in it yet You remember my sister Ton said curtly and I nodded ll had all been in love with Mile d Muy and she had managed in som way to keep us all in hand at once She was fresh from u convent where it seems these little arts must be acquired The botte tha gave mo my own hurt was by Jacquesdohowever we had always known that it was a serious matter f Before the war Tony dc Muy went on they were engaged Then Jacques joined the army What else could he do As for me I had always been in it as you know It is for our country and Jacques was poorFrnncothese Napoleons Ho turned and looked into the dim room where tho cots were rang ed in ranks head and foottie length of tho floor Ho thinks thnt sho has kept her word ho said and I wondered how a few years service could have hard himAnd And sho is fiancee to somo Ital ian count somo scum of Home who doubtless wears high heeled boots and paints his face as I have seen them In his heat ho spoke too loudly r- kj and Jacques de Keroualles lying in that quiet room recognized the possiblyhaveIs that thou Tony icalled out the cheery voice from within It was impossible to realize that these were the tones of a dying man 1 have seen two via laughing both Frenchmen Ye answered the nun by my side togetherDeus side by wide Tony de Muy towers log above me Aid he cried It is like old times 1 mule shift to smile but the white look was Already about his lips 1 wished could gel awaye aralways loon characteristic of him English people and there arc always n few living at Fontaineblenu thought De Kcroualles very French receyou fledt held his lip with his teeth and iftmlc no answer If I could inure seen Renee withYn invariably seem to die satisfied Ir my experience they have always gheItaefyes were amptoreI wonder if she loves me he calmfna tion which has no awkwardness shyXotRenee brother steadily lightedIfcompassed by a womans lovebe hind her back I should be ed The best stories are rarely told At lust l whispered De Kerou allcs eAtlast was the unflinching re plyTell me went on tho dying man Did she say so Yes sayTheMuy looked in AsyDid she say she would be con tent to me contentrAnd more beyond I mean P All of it I am the last of the De Ke rouollos you know hisIYes all of it answered Do Jfuv who had two little sons at homo in the south She wanted that also Yes she wanted that also There leas silence The sun was now rising behind the pine trees on the other bank of the river Its golden light showed that on the face of Jacques de Kcroualles which had not hitherto been noticeable He bleedingeme So young man he said with his wonderful gayety you see life has been worth after aU- To have won that although it is so soon lost Tony de Muy was looking at mo across time cot with an expression opens de Kcroualles did not nenklignin and the smile slowly chilled as it were on his waxen fea tures Dc slay failed for some time eto realize that his friend was dead andeGod forgive me he muttered and pressing my hand he strode out thetfront where the fighting had begun aguin Henry S610n Merrimau in National Observer The Chief Attraction paterfamilias I hope you are coming to our little musical The is very com playthewill sing a song Annie will give a recitation Major And Miss Julia your pretty niece Mother She will cook Major Ah verywell then I will conic in timo for llIss Julias performance Berliner Frem ell- Llntt The Third Eye The rudiment of a third eye exists iii a lizard Disregard for a time his two bright eyes ono on each side of his head and look di rectly down tho center of tho skull between them Here we will find an oddly shaped scale marked with a little depression and this is indeed J v i restoresLcolorwhat is left of our Cyclopean eye The horse the bat the mole the monkey and the seal all have a trace- f this third eye p The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles disappear before the use of this salve as snow before the sunshine of spring Miss H 11 Middleton Thebes Illsays I was seriously afflicted with a fever sore that was very painful DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m DeWitts 28 Salve For Piles flume Sores Two T Dyspeptics If you aro too fat It Is because yourfood turns to fat Instead of muscla strength If you are too lean the fatproducing foods that you eat are not properly digested and assimilatedLean stringy people do not have enough Pepsin In the stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough PancreatineKodol Dyspepsia Cure contains all the digestive Juices that are found laa healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but it is a reconstructive tis sue building tonic as welL Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gins firm flesh I nuarwrrbtarytlNaukat trlil r M ml ilu rakrpILo awta Mold by Z WAYNE GIUI YIN DR FEI NERS GOLDEN RELIEF rire any pain Inside or out In from 3 to fi minute HenryWattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Feature of The CourierJournal During 1905 here will be many other attractive departments all going to make a compete Newspapt r Mall Rateii Dally Courier Journal 1 Yr 6 Dally and Sunday f Yr 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v yyww Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to CBorado Utah ttheIOU LE DAILY SERVICE CrieLCTRIC R uy r l jI UTE a iiIktTtYtrotffFrtti If 7 F 71 r Hi jnI u mr rmtnw fbwihlei nsftsr rtc films n r c I i Clf 11 II t taaiic IwwJ tIIt1 OATOnXABean thelime Klsd Yon hue Always Basil 8Iptu 11 of I t t r 1 I Hartford Republican itersf FRIDAY FEBRUARY J 4LAtD i SALE FOB TAXES A IByvirtue of taxes due me as Sheriff i of Ohio county Ky I will on Monday i February 6lb 1915 expose to public sale at the Court House door J in Hartford Ky the tollojflng lands viz NORTII ROCKPORT No8 I t AcreeTAIACo- eFrown t Miss Teesle i lot 4 25 SOUTH ROCKPORT NO Q Bennett A L 106 6 48 Folkerson L D 60 6 921 FnlUeison Win Berry 65 6 92 iMcConnel Joe 13 4 So Milliard Levy T i lot in McHenry 7 04 MHENRV NO 15 Davis Jas A1 lot in Crow well 42 Rowe Wm M 52 7 0 rcENTRarowr NO l6 Ashby M Everly 26 4 So Carter Frank 84 8 82 n p Igleheart Warren I 28 5 36 TlchenorWm A i lot 5 92 Simpson Mrs Nancy 52 6 48- SMALLHOUS NO 17 Brown Claude L lo 4 So COLORED Morebead Jno 80 4 2- I CHRALVO NO 26 Rowe Mrs K U II 1 12 POINT PLEASANT Burns Jno 33 6 48 Everly Mrs Delia M 45 315 BEDA NO3 Hoover L C 313 1661 1 SULPHUR SPRINGS NO4 t Baaley Chas E 193140J Mitchell Sam Si 4 25 Stevens J W 54 4 6j Tucker Jno T 40 5 70 Willis OP 2 12 10 Wright Jno H 83 7 25 BUFORD NO 23 Chapman Palestine 54 5 25 I Dodson John T 10 3 35 Smith Chas T 8 3 35 f BARTLETT NO 24 Chapman Mrs S A 115 360 Kirk G N 53 7 00 Martin W J 50 5 70 Simmons W H 15 3 85 Westerfield J A 574 4 70 Yates Temple E 90 5 90 HEFLIN NO 25 1Pate W S 65 7 30s Whltebouse Ed 65 5 70 RALPH NO 29 Greer Sam J 58M 5 92 Roach J L 101 7 00 MAGAN NO IS Hamilton Mrs Lucinda 45 lUCz 56 Hamilton Thos H 7 3 30 Johnson A G 170 12 60 MuBett B D 92 6 00 ADDITIONAL LIST Mills Jno 123 4 12 28iBrown Mrs Augusta 2 4 24 CROMWELL No6 Raymond W H So 6 48 J R W L and Miss Annie Shultz 50 3 12 Taylor C S 140 7 60 SHRKVE NO 21 Wilson WC 36 4 65 AETNAVILLE NO 20 Blvin Henrv L no moo Cecil Frank 48 7 35 Tear Amos G i 3 35 ADDITIONALILIST Heirs Johnson 190 12 16 EAST FORDSVILLE NO 18- Dean Tom I lot 3 95 Dowell L R 50 3 36 Guess J W 13 3 85 Guns Chas i M 321 4nSStldum EM 54 6 48 I Truman TN 35 5 36 i Harris A J i 3 4 40 2COLORED LIST r Hines Ewen 22 6 48 COOL SPRINGS NO 7 Hawts Sam H 88 481 SELECT NO 10 Baize C II 4 3 35 HORSE BRANCH NO II Embrey Wm T 82 651 t 251DanltbertGary Winfield 50 4 25 Kissinger Daniel 3 345I Morris Leonard 65 3 75 Thomas Nathaniel J 73 4 00 l ADDITIONAL IISTIMorris Presley 23 360IS ROSINS NO 12 Awtry John F 108 6501I 3ryant T J 150 ti I I J ISS5w eniekMr RbZiilh H M 75 3 71 iM W XrV 1 Llot 37- HnrtJ UjirW J i k rte 7 330 Rat tli MiI W ffV r 35 3 1 SimJiurtVMiq Suspnr 14 t5 YNlngB f K v 3t 3 i KASTiHARTIYIRD NO I Cliinn Leslie ton 13 7 Lee Thos W 15 4 I ADDITIONAL LIST Sullener CR 138 21 30 Stewart A J 25 5 70 COLORD LIST Hunter A B Hayti I lot 3 70 Part Wm Hayti i lot 4 65 Phipps John ISO 9 50 WEST BEAVER DAM Vo 14 HockerN B 25 5 7 NON RESIDENT LIfT Cecil C S 79 4 65 Fuqna John S 65 5 45 Grubb J W I lot in Beaver Dam 3 06 Morris V P White Plains 30 2 75 Stevens W P 112 13 10 Stevens L W I lot Pleas 4ant Ridge 2 5 4CAL P KEOWN J O C t71i 0TdRX 1L Bon tie A The Kind You Hati Always Bcatft Blgnttue yrjXygy z 01 Trust Those Who Have Tried- I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind and never hoped for cure but Elys Cream Balm seems to d- War o even thatOscar Ostrom 45 4ran Ave Chicago IllJ=1 suffered from catarrh it got Is bad I could not work I usedTElys Cream Balm and am entirely- A well = C Clarke 341 Shawmut Ave Bostom Mass t VThe Balm does notirritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York y CASTORAFor Infanta and Children Tho Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signature of Land Sale for School Taxes By virtue of school tax due me as treasurer of white common school dis trict No I Hartford Ky I will on Monday February 6th 1905 at the court bouse door In Hartford Kyof let lor sale the following lands in Hartford Ohio Co Ky pica Jennie Moseley n part of lot No 34 nn Union Stand Peach alley and Bpjolnine Likens 6t Westerfields livery stable and residence lot of A T Nail containing about X acre and being all of said lot except the por Nod owned by A T Nail taxed for 1903 f410 Also Ihe same lot for 1904 taxes E5 68 S H Seibert I lot on Union St bounded on the N by H A MlllerV lot on the E by S K Cox 01 S hy Julia Weddlnsr onlV by Union St containing about yt acre Tax for 1913 435 Also Ihe same lot for 194 tax 5 63 Daniel King one lot on street leading liou H Market St to E Clay St known as White Settle ment adjoining Alpha Baptist church due Spy 19 4 tax 385 Mrs Loulfa D Tweddell lot No 23 on Union St and Barnett alley Bounded on the N by Barnett alley in E by Union St on S by J H Williams property on W by S J Weddings property Tax due for 194 fl0 J G KEOWN Treas Jan II 1905 26 READ THIS Melledgeville Ky Jan 11903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from kidney disease andwas treated by my home physicians with no ben efit Your Texas Wonder has cured me and I am satisfied it saved myI life and I can cheerfully recommend- it to ladies suffering with kidney and bladder troubles Respectfully Mns ELIZA FROST A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures nil kidI deg and bladder toublea removes travel cures diabetes seminalemis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the ki1 acts and bladder in both men a I women Regulates bladder troubI children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail onI receipt of 100 One small bottle two months treatment and sel fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacture i 0 box 629 office 2931 Or St Louis Mo J II JI J3 Li J j tiJ 1BALLED PARTRIDGES The Result of Hatching on 4Clay Soil in Wet Weather ofn certain districts whore the soil ms right or rather exactly wrong the partridges so carefully preserved in England lire likely to be attacked by a peculiar misfortune known as balling The word means simply that a partridge hatched out on a clay we weather nary find the mud adhering to its feet us it struggles along after birdoa beginning but the chances are that the earth accumu laces Sometimes indeed the soil at tached to the foot of a little par tridge will increase from a mere speck to a weight of several ounce A writer in Badmintons Magazine says that the heaviest ball he ever knew weighed four ounces and th lintoits proper size although the rest of the covey were full grown The little creature could only move along in a kind of flying scramble drag ging the ball on the ground The clay was baked as hard as a brickso that it was no easy matter to remove it Finally it was soaked oiland then it became apparent that the bird without its accustom flyWithover heels and learned the natural mode only after long trying partridgesly hand is a cruel one Day by day the burden grows heavier anti the more the chick scrambles after its companions the larger its burden becomes Finally it is no longer thelittleNaturalists say that this balling of birds is one of natures provisions for scattering seeds It is easy to demonstrate this and the answer comes true One experi menter scattered the earth front a three ounce ball over the topof a pan of ordinary dirt which had been baked to destroy the seeds in it Ten plants sprang up in due time and developed into seven varieties A Sermon on Kissing It must require no small amount of courage on the part of IChurchI of England clergyman to preach a sermon on kissing The deed was recently done in an Anglican church in the most fashionable suburb of Melbourne Naturally a good many giggling girls were in evidence among the congregation They doubtless yielded their assent to the preachers preliminary proposition that a kiss is one of the most pleasant of earthly things and that a kiss is not perfect unless it is ex pected andreciprocated The bulk of the sermon was devoted to Scrip practicethekisstion the kiss of consecration etc What the Baby Said A New York doctor asked anoth er medical man at a recent meeting of a number of the fraternity if he had ever heard of a threemonths old baby talking Oh said the other of course it is very unusual but I was called onco to attend a sick infant of that age Time case was desperate and past all hope of relief 1 was sitting watching for its last gasp when time mother saidI Doctor is there nothing that can be done to save my baby And I replied Nothing Absolutely nothing Just then the baby opened its eyes and said nothing absolutely nothing and died- Frouble In Store The two young men reached the door lit the Fame time Is Miss Wulsingham in theyI asked simultaneously- The maid looked at them and shook her mead disconsolately Shes in to wan av ye an out to the other she said at last But the two av ye comin together hasI got me so tangled Im bothered if know is But come in both av ye nn sit down an Ill ask her to conic down an pick ye out Hit AdvantageJLittle Johnny was playing withc IIsaid11Uuto noi to ny see got company and when I go in shell just say The poor little man has been so deaf since he had the men ales A Hit at the Duchess Dr Garth a witty physician oftthe court of Queen Anne had scribed a nauseous dose for the great irinr Ditto of Marlborough rlti the diO oliiccted to follows the uircctionjJUit sharp tongued oi t LWIi J L dw I sajinillvanjhete my Inri interposed Garth ruhnrlhctft6swulloi tt You will gain way j NEVER STOLE ANUMBRELLA In This Mans Case No Question of Morals Was Involved 1 enjoy time unique distinction of being able to stutoftiint 1 have stolen an nmbrellaj he saidmint I I suppose you would have to travel a few miles before you could find another man who could boast of the slime thing But honestly I never stole an umbrella in my lire The fact is that 1 ncrer hind any use for nn umbrella I never united but one mind 1 paid only 80 cents for it and It soaked it was almost impossiblefor me to curry it during a rainstorm I have always wanted to meet the thief who stole it so 1 could than hint for taking it for it I lad kel p lunnpt of the weight of that umbrella Ye1I I am prejudiced against umbrellu1I I grew up in the country and often I have known negroes to work in the hot sun nil week and on Sunday I have seen the same men plodding down the road toward the country church with a palm leaf tint in one hand and n umbrella in the other All week long they would plow in the hot broiling sun but when the Sabbath rolled around doer would have to get under an umbreila That early impression of the umbrella has never quite left me So I never use nn umbrella Since I do not use this useless article useless front 111I standpoint mind ou for 1 do not pretend to speak for the balance oCI mankind there is no reason why I should steal umbrellas It is not yon will see a question of moral Really Ilimii not inclined to think any question of morals is involved in this business of taking umbrellas Hut that is another question The point I had in mind was that it would probably interest you to see a man who had never stolen an mn rolla tumid thats why I brought the question up Imini the man New Orleans TimesDemocrat Hog Lifters The other day we heard two men talking about hogs One of them said There is no telling how much man can lift with one hand Yesterday I sold a hog that weighed 350 pounds and I could lift him from one pen into another easily with one hand commenced to do that when he was a little pig lifting him every day from one pen into the other by the car with one hand Said the otherhI do not doubt it for I have done the same thing and I will tell you another thing I did I built two pens close together and put a pig In one of them I fixed up that pen for a bedroom and fed him in the other I made a hole in the partition just large enough fu crawl through comfortably and every time he was fed he had to go yesterdayI400 pounds He seemed to get through the hole on the last dO as easily as he did on the first Liar No 1 hung his head a minute and then said I dont believe a word of thatBolton Tex Democrat No Time to Lose There are many current examples of mental in old age Queen Victoria successfully learned a little Hindustani when the years of her reign were many and there are others who have taken up and carried throughwork of equal difficulty An Englishman is said to have learned the alphabet at sixtyand quite latelysays the St James Budget a man bustled into a south London branch of the Young Mens Christian association and asked to be immedintelenrolled The honorary secretary wondered why there was such haste and ventured to ask Well returned tho applicant anythingImIm getting on for seventyfour years of age I Well Meant One of our told a good story the other morning and ComplimentThere aged woman in my town who was just what we calla quick jtownones to be there Sloe stood in front of time tent for hours till finally when the show began the people seeing that she did not any money let her in free Some time later she met me on tho street and said in her queer way Parson Idfas soon hear you preach as to goo the circus Lewiston Me Journal MIndI j f ff j henvlf and her busbarI inn race way nceidont Wo were suddenly pitched clear out of the car Jon lititiaid tp nlfreyol hurt Not a bitshiil up with hip amidAcall tliaj real presence of mindtlt CHANGED HIS MIND Emr ployed to Point a One of 1ii a jos young literary men on a 1rl11 occasion ups hold timebigmoods andsubject III vliliv i i to Opie Reid chanced to he present Its queer still its n fuel said the author but I dont believe I could write ten lines savoy trout my own desk And unless 1 have inv regular light gray paper 1 feel lout Young mlln said Head looking lit him in n large benevolent man nerhI understand perfectly 1 used oneta per down in Kentucky the sheriff came in and carried olf every last bit of furniture down to the doormat The printers were waiting Some thing hind to be done So I stood up and hold a pad of pnHr against the wall with one hand and wrote two political editorials and a column of local newt with the other He pauseda moment and then contin ued limit it was tiresome and I felt that 1 was not doing the best that was in I Ill So I lay down on the floor on III face and turned out a humorous sketch and the depart ment agricultural notes limit Mr Rend began the au yuniJust moment insisted the veteran in an even more kindly tone I soon felt stirred to loftier themes Besides the printers were still shouting for copy So I went out anti borrowed high stepladder climlxMl to the top sat down and placed my pad against the ceiling and wrote a column of religious intelligence nnd n poem for our poets experiencebroke have things just BO All Ive asked since is elbow room Saturday Evening Post The Waiter Reward The head waiter at a big hotel was purple with rage Time mean skin flint he cried The swindling YankeeWhats the matter asked the manager Matter answered the waiter Why that long lanky American chap that was here last month Be fore he went away he took me to one side and said hed run short of ready money but as soon as he got up to London hed send me a piece I of parr that would maker me smile said the manager Its come continued the infuri ated napkin wielder Thats all right said the other Is it a flyer NolI came the reply Its a pic ture post card of tho hippopotamus at the zoo and hes written on it stillLondon Japanese Fighters Eat Meat The Jap is able to digest rice and similar foods much better than a white man because he possesses an intestine onefifth longer Such at all events is time statement of lrB Scheube of the Kioto Medical EveningPostIt is a fact however that the fighting men of Japan are meat eat ers though the population of tho country at large is vegetarian rain ly Even in time of pence beef is supplied to tho soldiers and that is one reason why foreigners find it neighborhood the butcher is handy At tho same time the people of Nippon can under no circumstances no persuaded to touch mutton which they look upon with horror Hainan Hunts Pint Portrait One day when Holman limit in his days was alone in the office a gentleman called and asked for the principal on business On the principals return poor Hunt the callers name but ho said I cant remem her tho gentlemans name sir but this is what ho was like And ho promptly drew u picture of time vis was so striking a likeness that tho principal forgot his annoyance in his astonishment Opinion Missed Some of It A youngster had been to the thea ter and upon his return his uncle playOhright but I didnt see nlof it Why how did that happenJ asked his uncle Because answered the youngster the roller must have brokenI for the window blind fell down two or three times r r iiII ROUGH RIViR- TELEPHONE COMPANY liMI Aiueil Talk being cheapfUt1 ilccernhry you should putronie home folks wherr you ein buy your own phouen and build your own hum tend be in talking distance with the whole county and huftineim points rntrally by 1 only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will 10nt the whili expenhe II you say mi We conruct with All Independent ConumnleN For particu lars cull on S T Stevens Manager Hartford KyrWANTED 10000 l S- IKUNnKSKINS And othrr raw run at Mtrrmrl high pjtrr A E BURKHARDT International Fur Merchant XMI Cincinnati O- EVERYBODY a MAKIS TMI CtOTHU WNriCA5 I A QUART tort 5c FOR SALE BY ALL fIIrfctAerlc tbarmaalC Nasal CATARRH la all lu stages there ihoaU be dctnllot- uElji Cream Balmd- ryraeeeootbee sad brat the dlMUtd membrane Ilartsttlmbsaddrhrsaway qukkly Cream Dalm U placed Into the BMtrtls spreads oar Ibo membrane and la absorbed lbiletllm 1 mtdUte and a cure follows Ills sot 3rjlngHlo s 11fteELY 11KOT11EI13M Wtntn 8lmtKcw York 0 JtKoriol Dyspepsia Cure DlgMts what yen e U I11 r s Real Estate- BARGAINS n P f4 141 acres for 4500 or will StUi elatleveyJi mile of pike Good rocm house a barns 75 acresIe1 scInland good Orchard fine mea nodowall under fenceviiI 120 acres sear Rockport inthcolingaandfnelarmiandforI2oooo 83 acres fine bottom land fork tlf 20 per acre or m6uofhhwSandrrurIGood house good bnupulyoung orchard In qUI state of cultivation A t bargainWi305 acres fine Rough river wh bottomland near Hartford hat in fine state of cultlvatfon wit Will sell cheap considering tIn1the land to e 188 acres near Ceralvo See ate me for prices ten 20 acres at Jentertown See eaL1 me for pricesJ ho One house and lot on Union Mr street In Hartford In fine Pos condition 75000 paD A house and 2 acres ot ground fell adjoining HartforJ FineMrfrnltgood house and build nnd- I nits for hev tHartford S cultivation is ut 43 acres near Ceralvn 85000l eeiw 70 acres near Palo 25 acres m I bottom land balance good upland good houses good IWnc barns 65ooohis c- One good new 60 Moslerlyfor sale at n bllrjnlnApriIf you want to sell land if you pearl dfurnishhis i S Ae Dealer AttderS011I nal- Sena IForl1 I