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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cw m t tttf r tp1tblittu Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN SUbscription 1 a Year I VOL XVIIHAltTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 1905 No30 fl l WASHINGTON LETTER Pres May Call Extra of Congress in Spring e Government Employes Being Su- perceded By New Ones Seem ingly More Competent OTHER NATIONAL ITEMS IHpfcltl to Tea IKrUBLlCAX Washington D C Feb 8 1905 I t President Roosevelt may yet decide that an extra session of Con gress in the spring for legislating o the railway rate question will be ad visable The general impression has y been that an extra session would not 4 fe be called before the early autumnbut I no one realizes more keenly than the w President how insistent the country has become in its demand that some thing should be done and quickly in the matter Jf the extra session i postponed until fall the result will be more killing ot time and possible pojtponent of action for another 4year The season of resignations is at i hand and the secretaries of the different governmet departments a- in ro daily receipt of the resignations of men who preserve their heads from the axe by stepping down 4m During the next few weeks t will be a clearing in all the departments and synchronous with Vhe stock taking of merchants witI to ome the inventory of the capable liifjnaterial in the government bureaus The cleaning up of the Post Office I Department has net an example for is all the other branches of the govern M meat work and whole sale changes I are predicted The work in the post Office Department which hsI been carried on BO actively ever I 4 fince the death of Post Master Gen eral Payne goes steadily on Four letter carriers in the Toledo post of fice were dismissed this week for alleged connection with fake mining schemes and thirty others are requir ed to show cause why they should i not also be dismissed from the ser vices This is but an Indication ofI Yhe purification of the department that is going on in all parts of the country and when Mr Cortelyou returns from Europe and takes charge t tre processes likely to bo accelerated Mr Cortelyou though a young man has been tried in many capacities and has not been found wanting The public expects rather an unusual quality of ability in his administra 4ttof the Postoffice Department the retirement of Mr Bristow who was the only person who could have divided credit and authority with Mr Cortelyou in the depart t int the latter will have a free hand to continue reformsso ably Inaugur ated by Mr Bristow It is not of ten in any department that there the found too many able and 4ho t men butt was clear that in Mr I3rl tow and Mr Cortelyou the Postofflcfrwas embarrassed with ca paste reformers To Mr Wynne fell tne unpleasant task of making Mr Bristow place uncomfortable and when Mr Cortelyou takes char he will have a clear field 1 senator Mitchell of Oregon Who is under for having re ceived money for services rendered in having A land claim pushed through the department is still in Wa ungton and continues to assert f Iris conviction that he will be entire Iy cleared when the court meets in April Senator Mitchell hasmot ap t peared in the Senate since he made l this dramatic speich on the floor of the Senate and so positively asserted his innocence- i v i j Agricultural Interests absorbed th t Senate Thubday and for once the armor was the man of the hour for almost an entire afternoon the Senate was engaged in a discussion of the policy of distributing ordina ry farm and garden seeds from the throughnand those with him in the debate on the subject stated that the seeds sent out were the common varieties to be bought of dealers everywhere and urged that only rare varieties should be supplied free to the people He criticised the appropriation of 240000 for supplyingseeds which were of the cheapest and commonest varieties He characterized the whole scheme as a humbug and added year after year we are ape propriating the peoples money for the purpose of making gifts to ou thingnto do we all like to do it we should not forget that we are mak ing the country pay for it M L WARD DROWNED Attempted to Cross Green River on the Ice and it Gave Ways M L Ward was drowned in Green river near Ceralvo last Saturday morning surrounded by a dozen or more friends attempting to save his life He had for some time lived on the old R T liar farm on the oppo site side of the river from and a half mile below Ceralvo The river hadI been frozen over for several days and the people generally including tke deceased had been using the iced as a walkway from one sidexof the river to the other On this day it was considerably warmer than usual and the ice had softened somewhat and when near the middle of tho river the ice gave way and he went into the water He cried for help but it was some time possibly an hour before he could make anyone hear As soon as any one heard the alarm others were summoned a skiff was procured and dragged to a point opposite where he broke through and several men started to his rescue breaking the ice as they went but before they could reach him overcome by cold he sank He had kept above the water all this time by means of a small pole he carried in his hand at the time the ice gave way His brother Ham Ward who lives at Central City was notified and he came and took the remains to Hazel Creek Muhlenburg county for in terment CERALVO Feb 7Green River has been frozen over for several days Albert Reneer is quite sick at his daughters Mrs Jesse Everly E M Kimmell and Cecil Fulker son are attending school at Bowling Green M L Ward known as Mit was drowned here Saturday while at tempting to walk across Green river on the ice C L Overhults Rockport was hero Sunday Mrs Zula Morris returned from Madisonville some days ago where she had been having her little boys eye treated Ham Ward Central City was here Sunday and took the remains of his brother to Hazel Creek for burial MATANZASge Feb S is on the sick list A B Tichenor and W C Knott went to Hartford last Monday Roy Tichenor and wife who have been visiting relatives here for the past week returned to their home ait Livermore last Monday Some of the young folks are having quite an enjoyable time skating on the ponds and rivers near this place J M Stearsman went to Heflin Saturday The A S of E meets here next Friday night to arrange for dele meetIingwhichnext Saturday James Bilbro Heflin spent Satur day night with friendsh- ereiL J oi BECKHAM PLAYED HAND Marcums Assassination Discussed by one Who KnoWs Governor Beckbam Promised n- otIto Issue Requisition for Absent Witnesses WINCHESTER KY Feb 7Sensa tional indeed is the deposition of Moses Feltner the runaway witness in the Mrs Marcum damage suit which is being taken here and Gov thermachinations of the Hargis clan by Feltners deposition In the deposi tion Feltner swears that B F French had warned him while in Ohio after having been spirited way as he claims the defendants in the- MarcumHargis damage suit to remain north of the Ohio river He says that French told him warrants had been sent to various counties in Kentucky and that Beckham had promised not to issue requisitions for them until after the conclusion of the damage trial so they would be safe as long as they stayed in OhioFeltner says that he had been em ployed to kill Marcum and implies tea Alex Hargis Jim Hargis Ed Callahan and B F French He im plicates Alex Hargis Ed Callahan and Jim Hargis in the killing of Cockrill According to the affidavit it had been agreed to kill Marcum and Feltner was the one to do the work The first plan was the famous quarry plot which wasp brought out iiVthe vorious trials of iBrethitt murder cases Feltner had been convicted of killing Jesse Fields and Marcum took the case to the Court of Appeals which aroused Feltners gratitude and he warned Marcum of the plots takill him The second plot was that Feltner should get Marcum to go to his Marcums office to take anvaffida vitoA gunas to be hidden half way between Marcums house and his office Feltner was to make the affidavit to be used in the appeal andwalk part of the way home with Marcum When he got to where the gun was concealed he was to turn leave Marcum seize the gun andshoot him in the back The plot according to Feltners deposi tion was made in Hargis office those present being Feltner Jim Hargis and Ed Callahan BEDA Feb 8 Business is very good in our town Rev Moorman will preach at the- M E church Sunday Mrs Tula Chinn Hartford spent t several days with her parents here last week Thomas Maple and family contem plate moving to Illinois in the near futureWalter Parks visited friends i Bufqrd last Sunday Mr Ezell traveling salesman for F T Gunther Owensboro was in oUr town last week Misses Dena and Leona Hudson MaryParksFrank McCormick and family lef Saturday for New Mexico they will make their future home They were accompanied to Illinois by their sister Miss Belva who will visit her sister Mrs Edward Car son Charles Mouk Louisville was here last week Miss Stella Tanner has returned t her home in Owensboro Miss Alberta Gretr spent Monday night with Miss Ethyl Bennett v Thomas Greer went to Hartford SaturdayHayden Webb Nocreek was in our townTdesday Walter Parks and Tolbert Miller attended the party given tM1I Lewis Magans Buford last Frid night V Subscribe for Tie REPUBLICAN t i CAUGHT BY THE GRIP t RELEASED BY PERUNA m ItTbe world of medicine recognizes Grip as epidemic 1 catarrh = rMcdiral Talk II 4 LAORlPPEfI epidemic catarrh It s or natlonalty Tho cultured and the Ignorant tho aristocrat and the pauper the muses and the classes are alike subject to la grippe None are exemptall are liable Have you the grip Or rather has the grip got you f Grip Is well named The original French terra la grippe has boon shortened by tho busy Ameri can to read grip Without Intending to do so a new word has been coined that exactly describes the case As if some hideous giant with awful Gnir had clutched Ulln Its fatal clasp Men women children wholo towns and cities are caught In the baneful grip of a terrible monster The following letters speak for them Your Druggist Free Peruna Almanac 1905 AWAITING EXECUTION Thirteen Men in Kentuck Under Death Sentence Five of the Men Given the E- xItreme Penalty are in the LOjJlsvl1le Jail There are thirteen men under the Thinis a startling announcement to say the least Probably at no time i the history of the State has there been thirteen men at one time await ing death on the gallows It is per hops a record equaled by no othe State jaileat Louisville there are five men under the death sentence William Van Dalson convicted of the murder of his mistress Fannie Porter wit hang on February 24 The othe prisoners in the Jefferson county jail under a sentence of death are George Jamoese Thomas and Edward Brown last two named are negroea In the Fayette county jail at Lexington are John Taylor and James Garfield Smith negroes recently given the death penalty for the mur der of William Moore a white man in a saloon on November 20 Ed Taylor was given the death penalty aayf ter case for only three minutes Confined in the cells at the Coy i- W A solves as to the efficacy of Pernna In cues of la grippe or its aftereffects After Effects of La Grippe Eradicated fcy PeniM Mrs Fred Weinberger Wcstorlo Albany County NY writes Several years ago I had an attack of la grippe which loft my nerves in a prostrated condition Then I had an other attack df la grippe which left me worse Ihad tried three good physicians but all in vain I gavo Pernna atrial Ina short time I was feeling better and now I am as well as anyoneMrs Fred Weinberger HM James R CuW of Omaha lion James B Gulll is one Of the oldest and most esteemed men of Omaha Nob Ho has done much to make It ington jail in Kenton county are two of the most noted prisoners under the death sentences Curt Jett and murderywhich they were given a life sen triedlgiven the death sentence They were tried on both charges in Winchester Ky last summer They are now asking foranew trial before the appellate court In the Owensboro jail a negro and a white map are under death son fences They are Roy Green who lis to hang on February 17 for the murder of James Coomes at the fair grounds in July and Robert ofrcourt on a for a new At trialIfour negroes were recently given the death penalty for themurder of an- unknown white man at Pembroke- r Three of the negroes were granted new trials and one was refusedta new hearing George Holland is sentenced to hang on July 6 Graduation Examination JOn January 27 and 28 1905 an examination for graduation from the common schools was held at the of fice of the Superintendent in Hart ford and In districts No3 25 awl 26 As a result thirty young men and women students will receive di plomas They are as follows C W Bennett Irene Miller Otto Mar tin and Oscar Flener Hartford Wayne Midkiff Sulphur Springs I f what it It serving on public boards a f number of times He endorses Ferun in the following words I am C3 years old am halo and hearty and Peruna has helped me attain it Two years ago I had la grippe my life was despaired of Peruna saved me J nGnlll A Relative of Abraham Lincoln V Mr Silas S Lincoln who resides at e 813 1 Street N W Washington D C has tho honor of being third cousin to Abraham Lincoln lIewrites U I had la grippe Ave times before using your medicine Tour years ago Ibegan tho use of Pernna since which time I have not been troubled with that disease I can now do as much work at my desk as I ever could in my life Ihavo gained more than ten pounds in t welghtS S Lincoln Peru na Not Only Cured La Grippe but Repented the Whole System Miss Alice M Dressier 1318 N Bryant Ave Minneapolis Minn writes Last spring I suffered from la grippe a and was partially cured but the bad aftereffects remained through the sum mer and somehow I did not get strong as I was before One of my college friends who was visiting mo aejcbd mo to try Peruna and I did so and found it all and more than I had expected It not only cured me of the catarrh but restored mo to perfect health built up hapPYfeeling e known for yearsAlice M Dressier An Actress Testimonial t OperaHousewith the Aubrey Stock Co She write thefollowingDuring U past winter ot 19011 suffered for several weeks from a severe attack of grippe which left a serious catarrhal condition of the throat and head t Some one suggested PentaaAi a Lsh4aerb r A y gsss- aadaeaey oshhyalafaase4lkled tbs + t- remedy faithfully arid In a few weeks F wuuwellasevllrJeanCowgillI e Southern Judge Cured Judge Horatio J Goes Hartwell da writesSome five or six years ago I had a- very severe spell of grippe which left me with systemic catarrh A friendFadvised me W try your Peruna which Idid and was Immediately benefited and cured The third tattle completed the curefeH J Goss If you do not derive prompt and satin factory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President ot The IIartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 Ask for a for Rosco Wilson Lonnie Sanderfur Garlie Allen and Cindrilla Crowder Select C D Barnes and AnnaD Reid Prentis Clifton Stevens Wm Rogers Leo Gilstrap Clarence Ha ven and Roscoe James Cromwell Trail Rogers Effie C Taylor May Smith Susan May HOk LennietWilliams Ethel Plummer i Beaver Dam Ernest D Duke R A Duke Effie Duke Nannie Crowder and Lizzie M HinesPalo Sallie A lines Sunnydale and C KCarson Beda This is a very fine showing as heretofore no graduates had been secured at the January examination The Superintendent feels confident that this number will be more than doubled at the May examination CENTERTOWN Feb 6L C Brown is slowly irri proving t V i Mrs Fannie Benton is on the sicki tlist T IJ B Stogner has been confined to his room with rheumatism Mrs 0 B Boskett has gripqMrs Alvin Rowe has been con fined to her room with neuralgia Mike Bishop has returned from Arkansas r TinisRowe is home again after making a short visit to Oklahom- aj Cand Gilbert Jackson have ipoved into their new home on N Mill street Smith who has been IMrs Dr J L Smith of thisitplace has retwned to Her home in Richardsville i i Miss Etta Rowe visited Miss Mary Sallee of Central Grove lost T H Benton has returned to hisrrailroad position in Louisville i J f t ri r WOMAN SOLDIER KILLED I Young Bride of a Russian Sol fdierEnlisted in Army r Strong Desire to See Her Husban- t ti Was the CauseKfltedI i By a Shell s- r This is the story of Haratina alias c Haraton Karotkievitch theRussian n woman who was killed in the trenches wbile serving as a private Ijot ir i fantry Stories of Russian have been written and denied so I open that one hesitates to tell an other I This story however deserves credence Some day it will be mad 5 public from the war office at 1St i Petersburg as in a recent report General Stoessel told the Czarof the I young womans death and expressed himself as highly pleased with her conduct as a soldier under his commandAt time of the outbreak of hostilities the illfated girl was the monthold bride of Jakoff Karotkie vitch a bartender in a small town on C the Chinese Eastern railroad Jakoff was and is a member of the reserves and his call to the ranks came short J ly after the first Japanese attack on- t Port Arthur5 He was attached to the garrison of 1 the Jatter place and left his young wife at home to look after his interests f Haratina anxious to hold her hus t bands position for him became a barmaid However she found theI work so uncongenial that she events ually gave it up and an intense long ing coming over her to see Jakoff she decided to pay him a visit at Port Arthur In times of peace she had journeyed to the great port which is the mecca of the Russian inhabitants of Manchuria and now t she felt perfectly confident that all would go well with her She didI not mention her intention to neighbors and disappeared so far as they were concerned quite mys teriously from the town He was a much surprised and delighted JakoJT Karotkievitch who saw his pretty wife come marching into the trenches attired in sodier clothes and carrying a rifle For a time he could scarcely believe his j eyes The soldiers tell how at first sight of him she forgot military disc cipline and all that did not have to do with Jakoff how she threw her rifle upon the ground and fairly jumped into his outstretched arms Soldiers in the pits looked up from their smoking rifles eyes wide open with astonishment not knoving what to make of such startling dis play of affection between men ahd soldiers too It took them sometime to become reconciled to Hara tinas presence in their midst but General Stoessel tells how after a time they grew accustomed to it and were consequently better men With her cap off and her bright hair that had been carefully coiled that the cap might conceal it turn hung over her soldier blouse an ac cident entirely due to Jakoffs bear ish caresses Haratina told him and incidentally a hundred others how she had become a soldier of the I CzarShe told them how after her are IIrhaJat Harbin the military police hadarrested her and forbidden her to journey to Port Arthur Not f withstanding the great fear in which Russians and Russian women espe cially hold the police of their coun try Haratina disguised herself in masculine attire and secured a position as brakeman on a train bound for Port Arthur Shortly after her arrival at Talie o man she fell in with two companies of her husbands regiment in which were friends of hers In compliance of with their suggestion she assumed k her proper garb and arrangements were made not of an official sort however for her to accompany them to Port Arthur However on the night before the f day wit for the companys departure If Huratinu was arrested and sent back atoHarbin The guards led her be fore the captain who had ordered t the arrest and there the girl told hor story so unreservedly and so par thetically that the Russian officert was much irnproisod by it L1- l ting for the time his official charac ter ho complimented her on tho dar ing manner in which oho had outwit i trirde rs t klnwk= l i tt v AersDoctors overdtoday more than ever They r CherryPectoral rely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it IungssyearsThenltriedhesledeudmycoughdroppedi MHO PURL UVDB Outbrle Centra Ia Me Me f100 jc ATinco All LnwHI MMI drnrrtufor CoughseOno Pill at bedtlmo Insures morningI jl ted the police at Harbin He eve suggested that he enlist and become a soldier inasmuch as there existed a general order forbidding women unattached to the army to enter Port ArthurHaratina at once fell in with th idea and the next morning before the departure of the companies she herIcame as a man among men all for Jakoffs sake She was assigned tone of the companies and left tha afternoon marching in a second se of fours In camp and in the trenches the young woman became a great favorite the soldiers regarding her as a modern Joan Arc Her wish is said to have been law with them andj when in her presence they carefully refrained from profanity In factshe seemed to wield a good influence over the entire garrison In her first action she established reputa tion that a general might well envy Soldiers followed her blindly and sometimes her company officers had greatest difficulty in preventing from leading the men into zones of great danger In one bayonet charge she is said to have killed a Japanese soldier with her bayonet and wounded another with a bullet On another occasion a Japanese falling wounded near her she drop ped her rifle and cared for him unttil the stretcher ran came to him to the hospital The wounded Japanese recognized her as a woman and kissed her hand as she walked beside his stretcher She was in the fights of May 16 and 2G also at Yulpilatze and Green Hill as a member of the Seventh company Fifteenth regiment Dur ing this latter fight Russian soldiers love to tell how she laughed merrily when the bullets were humming over the trenches On one occasion Jakoff was apet pointedorderly to illfated Captain Gentenkoff who fell at Quinsan Despite her tearful protest Harati na was obliged to remain with her spouse assisting him in his duties as orderly This service was very ob noxious to her and one night she surreptitiously took herself back to the front and the company she loved Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it now To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with yours water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set rung Indicates an v condi tion of the kid neysf It stainsbyour evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to It or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the a back kidneys liver bladder and every part the urinary passage It corrects Inability passlnrItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night Tho mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In50c andl sizes You msy have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells more about It both sent absolutely free bv mall unhealthy linen pass PRootCOreading this gtccrous offer In this paper I Dont make any i htake but remember fSwampRootJY on every bottle I r ti4fr I J rT n so well For this beach of discir line however she waS arrested the next day and threatened with court martial After remaining in the guardhouse for a week she was released no reason being given for the action On August 19 at Corner Hill Ja koff received sharpnel wound in the leg which laid him up in the hos pital Haratina now answering to dutys call nursed him into the con valescent stage During this time sHe wore clothes belonging to one of the hospital nurses However when Jakoff was out of all danger she began to yearn for the excitement of duty in the trenches and cleaning her rifle and brushing up her uni form she set out to join her company Subsequently she was in the fierce fighting about the waterworks redoubt conducting herself with rare gallantry It was here that some of the soldiers of her regiment charged the Japanese shout ing her first name in answer to then weird banzais On October 18 the soldier woman was to have celebrated her twenty first birthday but std to relate while visiting the Sixth company of her regiment an eleveninch shell exploded over its trench killing thee brave woman and eight others in stantlyThe news of the heroines death cast a gloom over the entire garri son officers and men mourned for her alike and many a rough war of hertwith eight others under the brow of Rocky Hill and on her grave now stands a rude wooden cross inscrib ed with the following epitaph Private Haratina Karotkievitchthe bravest of Russian women who fell fighting for her Czar and her country Public Is Aroused The public is aroused to a knowl edge of the curative merits of that medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary IL Walters of 546 St Clair Ave Columbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after beginning- to take Electric Bitters I obtained and in a short time I was en- irely cured Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store price 50c m Eclipses in 1905 There will be four eclipses during the year 1905two of the sun and two of the moon A partial eclipse of the moon will occur on the night of the 19th of February invisible to North Amer icaAn annular eclipse of the sun in visible in the United States will place March 5th and 6th There will be a partial eclipse of the moon August 14th visible to the greater parts of the United States embracing Kentucky- A total eclipse the sun visible only as a partial eclipse in Kentucky will occur on the 30th day of August In this section the sun will rise in a partial eclipse which will continue for one hour and eight minutes The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without a is DeWitts Witch Heel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles disappear before the use of this salve as snow before the sunshine of Miss H M Middleton The es 111 says I was seriously afflicted wita 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 Cows Lunch on Dynamite Two cows belonging to P S ONeill Marshall county la farmer living southwest of Eldora near Zearing ate a quantity of dynamite which was set in a pasture in which the cows were feeding and died from the effects of the same The farmer does not know in what part of the animals anatomy the dynamite is now lodged and does not dare go near them or remove the hides or attempt to bury ths bovines for fear of an explosion He has offered the animals to any person who will come and get them but says he will not assume the responsibility for he fears an explosion may occur at any time as there was suf- icient dynamite to do a lot of dam if it happens to be strUck in handling tho stock 0p IM tt t1ioJ NO MYSTERY IN RADIUM Prot Millikan at the University of Chicago Ridicules the Idea of Phenomena That there is anything mysterious or revolutionary in the recent dis coveries concerning radium was de nied by Prof Robert A Millikan of the University of Chicago in a re lectureRadium is an element not great ly different from all the others he said Its activity is not an isolated phenomenon It fits into the orderly scheme of scientific knowledge and supplements established theories but does not destroy them The shooting off particles from ra dium is correlated with other phenomena of physics It is analogous to the exploding of stellar systems which astronomers tell us constantly is occurring The rate of the ing up of the atomsone breaki 100000000000 a secondis no er relatively than that of the disin tegration of stars Calculations I show that radium cannot last longer than 1000000 years a brief period in geological time In that time all the radium on the earth will have oneIother that it is built up from sim pier elements The latter is without substantiation in inorganic chemis Iryn tGlvo YourStomach a Rost food must be properly digest ed and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stomach is weak or diseased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives I the stomach rest enabling it to re- I cuperate take on new life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour palpiItationSold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m I That Spin IAnts people have been studying ants lately and every little while somebody discovers something new and wonderful about them so that we are beginning to realize that these common insects that we thought were so well known have not been known at all to us and that they are probably the most remark able forms of life in the whole worldOne explorer has just found a species of ants in the American trop ics which spin threads like spiders a a a a I of a we an on a It you rf wihr and IL please end us thecoupon We trill send on on tour drultll a free and we will pay your for It no one can such on and be fair to The very Is sold In two and 1 theydoitnotW ofIkeep in slavery These insects glands in their heads TheIthe prisoners head along desired until necessary amount of thisjleaves together to make great houses which hang from the trees in- the tropics like vast growths and at I times they pass big ropes from trey to tree w I That Tickling In tho Throat One minute after taking One Min ute Cough that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throat thestomach Harmlessgood- for children Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m t Provisional tlfclrolt trw Irvm Bangs you business on a cash basi- sRicketyYes when I can get anybody else to put up the cash OjJVSTOIlXjfVB- wilk a 1H tod YM tott BflgU T air lI A Record of 1arveiius Accomplishment Established February 19 1904 The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder of Lexington has within a feet months time become concededly the best weekly paper of its kind in America and has secured paidinadvance circulation of over 13000 copies Among the contributors to its columns on agricultural topics arc many of the bestposted men jn America Mr II F Hillenmycr whose reputation as a nurseryman national conducts each week 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 10 the orchard lawn or garden about which information may be desired Every issue of The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder contains the most pertinent news and the most timely advice for farmers and stock raisers of every sort As medium for all forms of farm and live stock advertising for both of which 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 By special arrangement we are able to offer for limited time THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER AND THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN BOTH FOR I YEAR AT 200yTHE 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 jt Lexington II the hub of the horse world and thf4 center of the states agricultural interests has the opportunity to obtain and it never fails to publish live uptodate fresh news and valuable feature matter which no other paper contains t Sample copies may be had on application at this office rTOCottstipatioti and Biliousness Kidneyssuchand Dysentery bilious will give you order your druggist and pay him for bottle of Dr Carlstedts German Liver PowdeTr Our free proposition FIRST BOTTLE FREE need ledliGersii llrerP hBvo never tried herewith then you order for fullsized bottle drusitlst oiirxnlrts CrhledlGermnobligations wliatevtr No sick neglect offer himself PowderdoesYouwantthoeoreauIiyuuwanttobe Dr Carlstedts German LIfer Powder sizes 25c only have the spot the their Cure not Do do Nlrs is it it type I CUT OUT THIS COUPON mallItMy disease Is j I have never tried Dr Cnrlstedts Qormnn Wvcr Powder bill r II you will supply we n 23c bolllf true I will take lU tf nf MMMiNNNMMMAwI Mnn q r W l t Give ILllddree write puv For Sale by J Ha WILLIAMS Hartford Ky t r0 J lNt dtaf l FLAT AS A FLOUNDER Something of the Life History of an Interesting And Cur ious Fish 4 II Ht Mchulut a The expression as flat as a hound er has become proverbial but i does not apply to very young Hound ers which diner so much from the adult ones that they can hardly he recognized asbelonging to the same is family as their parents Most boys and girls Ire familiar with full grown flounders but very few of them and few older people know anything about the appearance of young flounders and the wonderful transformation they undergo In spring and summer it is possible for ye young nature students to secure specimens of newly hatched Hound ers by dragging a fine mesh net on sunny days when the water is smooth Such specimens may easily be kept alive in dishes of salt water and examined from time to time with a lowpower microscope The flounders begin life as do ordinary fishes When they first em erge from thq egg they swim verti r etally with the heard turned upward Their bodies are symmetrical and their eyes are on opposite sides of the head Gradually the position ofI the body changes from vertical to horizontal and the fish remain thus for some time swimming like ordi nary fishes but while still very small there is foreshadowing of the p b bottom life they are destined forI and they enter upon a series remarkable changes The most striking of these changes is in the posi tion of the eyes The eye of one side or the other slowly but steadily moves over to the opposite side fv the head and takes a place beside th other eye In some flounders thev P teye moves round the front of head in others it moves directly Q through the head This shifting of the eyes position is accompanied by n change in the position of the bOdyt which ceases to be upright comes more and more oblique The side of the body from which the eye is moving gradually becomes infer for to the other until by the time the change of the eye is complete thet fishswims with its blind side I afterfI ceases its free swimming habit and sinks to the bottom Some species of flounders are right sided and others arc left sided In the right sided forms the left eye moves to the right side and the lefty side becomes undermost In the leftI sided species thb opposite conditions prevail It rarely happens that rightj side species have left sided uals and vice versa In a few speI 9 cies both right sided and left sided fish occur in about equal numbers Catarrh Cannot Bu Curod With local Applications as they cannot reach the scat of the dis ease Catarrh 13 a bibod or consti I tutional disease and in order to cure t it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter r nally and nets directly on the and mucous surfaces Halls Ca tj tarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for and is a regular prescription It is t composed of the best tonics known r combined with the best blood puri tIers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combinations t of the two ingredients is what proI 7Sduces such wonderful results in curI Send for testimonials offreeF J Cheney Co Props Tole r r do Sold by druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m I Pigs of the Philippines Staff Cortfunonilent American Farmer The very worst species of pigs I I I ever saw are in the Islands of the I Philippines I soldiered in the islands of Luzon Panay and Mindanao rof almost four years during which saw the thin razorbacked MlfI Lstarved pigs of the country Very fre The present condition of the pigs of the Philippines has no excuse for the reasons that the country produces richly and the climate fovors the growth of the animal But the Natives do not know how to breed pigs The pigs are lean because of lack ofi enough to eat Instead of raising products for the t c pigs tthriveeirwtM pitpr4xttkgr w f BLOOD CELLSI PISEoUStr I Man is millionaire many times ovnIthe possession of blood cells not no for scientists hnve proven cellstcud a half million to the millimeter The normal eel is not absolutely round in health but in disease becomes ex tremely irregular in shape Every one can be in perfect health and possess the roil lions of rich red blood corpuscles if they only know how to RO about IL Dr fierce consulting to the Inva lids Hotel And Surgical Institute at nuf falo N Y advises every man and woman to prepare for a long life by observing na tured laws In the first place if your digestion ia faulty and the food you eat is not taken up the blood and assim Rated properly need a tonic and des tlve corrector something that will increase the red blood corpuscles he believes Ingoing about natures pwn wayI Years in his active practice he found that an alterative extract of herbs and roots put up without the use of alco hot world put the liver lung and into fuller and more complete action ThbI medicine he called Dr Golden Medical Discovery fly assimilating the food eaten it nourishes the blood and instead of the illshaped corpuscles the sons blood takes on a color and the corpuscles are more nearly round Nervousness only the cry o the starved nerves for food when the nerves are fed on rich red blood the person loses ainightandKNOWLEDGE IS If von want to know about youbody read Dr Piercea Common Sense ttedlcal Adviser which can be had for the cost of mailing 31 cents in onecent stamps for the clothbound book or ai stamps for the papercovered volume tong pages Address Dr R Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets cleanse tbeIbowels and stimulate the sluggish penned up near the native shacks and starved on the leaving of little family meals or let loose in the streets act as scavengers The mode of up the pig forfittening consists in the erection of a barrier of bamboo poles and jungle stuffs Often the stand is made up on an elevated position near the house and wastages from the native meal cast to the pig But the native leaves crumbs a meal ThenaliveyoungstersI seldom have enough to eat and what is left for piggy from the Filipino spread is very small in capacity remaining foods and refuse from floortable of the average native is swept into the den of piggy and he devours the same greedily In some instances in which piggy is fortunate enough to be fatted by family of the sugar grinder the I tobacco grower the storekeeper orI the cocoanut oilmaker then he gets enough to eat because these families are welltodo and have something to spare when the meal is finished But the great majority of pigsoffthe islands belong to theI poorc and the pro port oa oftlthe table fare for them is small indeedand in fact they go hungry most of the time It is because of the poor system of feeding the native pigs that the stock so inferior The pigs may be seen wandering through the streets and searching for the refuse about the houses It is seldom that they find anything worth the eating The Filipino pig is a very dirty animal and anything is suitable to his taste It is not often that the meat of the pig is eaten by Americans The Spanish and Chinese eat the meat as well as the natives The wild pigs 1are the only ones eaten by the soldiery of the army as these pigs live on the vegetable growths of the jungle and their meat is cleans Fiondish silosIs often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Brfcklens Arni en Salve for Ulcers Sores qnd 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 y Y Burnln gCotton- It Is difficult to believe the sto ries from the Sodth that the people are burning their cotton as a means of keeping up prices There is an element in it both of the ludicrous and pathetic At once the old idiocy of setting fire to the house to get rid the rates is suggested and the lone act is not a whit less ridiculous than the other If farmers generally should adopt this method when prices of products ran low they would set a y ry vicious example to the rest of the world but would be themselves the worst sufferers Their last estate would sbe worse than the first as their property would be gone without improving their condition If the object be revenge l would be Hkelthe revenge i aon indearl killed file M I envies but to do so inovlved himself in the some ruin If the object be- I to raise prices it is equally futile because even if the prices should go up those who had burned their products would of course have that much less to sell I We know of but one historic paral I for this cotton burning Many I centuries ago the Dutch owned the Spice Islands and with them had a monopoly of the spice trade as this article was then nowhere else obtainable An enormous revenue came to the government from its exclusive controle over these rich islands and they were guarded with utmost care from outside depredation A certain old Dutch governor sent out from Holland to rule the islands had a bright idea to flash in his brain while smoking his pipe and pondering over the problem one day These spice trees produce so many pounds of spices and these spices are worthso much money remarked the Governor as he concluded his meditations Whats the use of so many trees I will cut down half of them and thus double the vale of the others It did not occur to this stupid official that in as much as there was no possibility of competition and all the produce of his trees wasin ready de mand at good prices he was simply burning up half his income by disI troying half his trees That is precisely the situation with the southern cotton growers they have a practical monopoly of the cotton of the world whose price left to the law of supply and demand willI of course fluctuate but in long run be satisfactory Manifestly if there is a surplus the remedy is not to burn but to store it against a short crop in the future Even to sell atI half price however would be better than burning just as something is bet ter than nothing A Touching Story Is the saving from death of the baby girl of Geo A Eylerj Cumber land Md He writes At the age of 11 months our little girl was in declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost in despair when wq resolved to try Dr KingstiewPiscovery for Consump The first bottle gave relief after taking four bottles she was cured and is now in I perfect health Never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold At Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free m Scraps of News Three tons of Epsom salts and 1 000000 pills were used in the hopi- s of London last year A resident of Woking England All Run Down HIS is a common expression we hear on every side U mess mere u some organic trouble the con dition can doubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser i Do not dose yourself with alii kinds of advertised remedies get his opinion More than likely need a concentrated fat food ton enrich your blood and tone up the syste- mScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is just such a food irv its best form It will build apt a weakened and wastediotjrvjwhen other w If you are run down or emaciated give ita trial i it cannot hurt you It is uessentially the best possibleoi enl for delicate childrenart jiiaemic girls y d We will st rumple free Ii a pictureInthe wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 PHP Strut New York I tt sued a local baker for injuries sustained by eating a pork pie He lost his suit but the incident is hailed as a cheering precedent A total of 52000000000 passed through the London Clearing House last year The Frenfthave a new word for- enrrlUgesornwn horses They are hippomobiles When the German Emperor travels on home railways a detailed bill is made out for every engine and car used and for the distance tra versed It is estimated that he pays the Prussian railways alone about 25000 a year The city of Cashel County Tipper ary was illuminated to celebrate the arrival of the first railroad train recently A railway from Cashel to Dublin was authorized by parliament in 1844 but it has only just been builtA Norwegian chemist predicts that the time will come when more alcohol will be made from sawdust than from potatoes- Bad 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 Wefeel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure desirves all the commendation that can be given it as it saved the life of our little girl when she was three years old She is now six and we have kept it for her constantly but of course sheon ly takes it now when anything disagrees with herKodol is the best medicine in the world for Indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles A trial of this greatest of all digestants will convince any who suffer Good for young and old Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Sentence Sermons Chicago Tribune Every true man seeks truth You cannot lead without love Hiding sin prevents healing Braggards are always leggards Pessimism is the worst of all here siesSoft soap usually has much lye in it The only living art is the art of livingWork is the only coin that buys wisdomLabor of God is vain without love for man Humility gives the level head on the lofty height Throwing sand in anothers eyes is no proof of your own grit The public kickers often have but weak private consciences Where the Bible hides your brother it is time to dig through it to him A man has to have some roots be fore he can have any worth while fruitsIt always easier to go ahead in slippery places than it is to turn aroundMen are willing to give the Lord seed corn if only they can have a mortgage onlthe crop Its a good thing to have high ideals but theres nosense in keep ing your bread in a balloon The boy who is afraid to strike back will never make the man brave cheekIgrit tug your teeth and gritting at trou ble than there is in asanctified sour submission If the man who thinks only of sav ing his own soul ever gets into heaven he will probably fall out through a knothole The people who sing most about wanting to be angels would have no trouble in getting their neighbors to indorse their applications DeservedPopularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubles bylgently moving the bowels and actingas a tonic to the liver TheseIpleasant 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 l Kept Busy Chicago Journal They say Buttin is a rising young society man I guess that describes him H has to keep rising every time he it sat down upon 11 OJLi0 Rislists tit vtllx lose YM Hate Kmft Bw0l WP r zroil- iNYot IfO iI Ta p1BLf Ax 1 vc J The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has Iiceo in iiso for over 30 years has borne tile signature of and has been ninuo under his per sonal supervision sInce its infancy Allow ono to deceive yon In tills All Counterfeits Imitations nUll justasgood are butt Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops mid Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotics substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worm and allays Fevcrlshuess It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic it relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sloop Tho Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIAALWAYS S9 Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe oeNTU COMPANY TT UUMHAV Siam 111W 5055 CITY U jm llli S e I Harris Positive Pile CureIThe Biggest Seller of the Age AUcaaeaoPleacaubcore Whj Decent It cures completely and lIt one It rrlltTM the pang ot n living death l bj innrgc l operation but you would rather han Pill cured without tbe knit HARRIS IOSITIVK PILE CCIIE 1101 dolt Made only by tW LeltcbDrld 1bariuncat Co Inc Foriueby J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I I I I I I 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convincedfl 0 SUrer Pltte that TctnJ THIS TRIPLE PLATED KNIFE Is stamped r C And iuu a Rtlldit3aldfer doing away with nil char corner on that part fun icgthckardtstvear Thi j 1847 ROGERS BROS patented improvement insures much longer wear on plain or fancy knives than the other makes should they be plated equally as heaw IFor++ ++ +K+ + 10+ + FEMACURAMany remieoo lor Fomal Vietnam nra on the market lout the only ono that hiss prond to G5n absolute and po hire ears for nil form of Kfraal Trouble Ii FFMAilMiA Anlnuli trial whleoarlaeelbsmotkvplleatut IU almost ml racoloneeurailr power Made only by the LEITCHKIKLD PHAnUiCALCO Inc For tale by J HWILMAMS Hartford Ky f tM ttH 1Y S 4 4 tst tHaltford RepublicanH luntdbylhol I ixconrnRAYKn C E fUIITIIEtlllort IjTELPSZ027=3- t CumclancS Q 3oueh 31zI FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 ri FUR MAGISTRATE LItBI1ULTZ M n candidate for tbe once ot Mfigl trato ot tbe Cromwell district subject to the ar tlonot tbe Republican party Weareauthorizedto announce 1IACK COOK a candidate for the office ot Maglitrate ot the dtatrlct Mblect to tbe action ol Re fLII party- FUNNYi i weather were havingf isnt it- THE I daily forecast says a cold wave is comming Well what is this we are having a summer breeze HEREAFTER the national flag will have fortyseven stars Oklahoma and New Mexico have been added ISNT it about time for Senator Blackburn to pour some morehotwa tar into the hole where Gov Beck ham hibenating s CONSIDERING hentuber of run- i ners on the streets and roads for the past few days one might conclude that the trotter had gone to the l rear I A SCIENTIST says that it is impos 4sible for one to get drunk on top I of the Alps It would be well for some people to take up their resi frdence there murder and assassination go 1merrily on in Russia The latest victim of prominence is the Prosecu I torGeneral of Finland who was assassinated in his home Sunday ft JOHN L SULLIVAN in a recent lec ture said that no man could drink- whisky and be a prizefighter Well there are many who never entertain ed the hope of being a prizefighter I anywayA YORK ChaufTeurer was fin ed 500 for killing a woman by reck lessly driving his automobile It wont be long until the automobile will have no rights which the courts are bound to respect THE statements of some of the for f mer members of theBreathittcounty J 4 Assassination Society reveal a condi of affairs truly shocking and ttion If the trail of this ser pent of riot and ruin is followed where will it end THE investigationintothe recent election iu Colorado has revealed some startling frauds Two wit I nesses have testified that they voted the Democratic ticket one hundred each This is only sample of Itimesthey do in the West in search of health should the Japanese army The mor from disease in the army com Ijoin by Gen Oku is only 2 per of those who go to the hos The sanitation in the Japan ese army is a revelation to other na tions Now THAT the Kentucky Legisla ture has done the work for which it was called to meet it is in order for member thereof to explain to jeach constituency why it took January 12 to February 8 at an expense of 30000 to the Stateto appropriate 60000 to pay for the new Capitol site One at a time please MOSE FELTaEnn deposi tion at Winchester the first of the weekdeclared that B F Frenchtold him that Govenor Beckham promis ed that he would not compell him 3 Feltner to come back to the State until the Marcum damage suit was y finished And yet there are some puny imps who say there is no politics in the Marcum assasination affair I TilE extravagant love of marshal H renown and military glory charac Q4teristic of the French has prompted to make preparations for a r triumph for Stoessel when he reach c f es Paris Stoessel has shown him i self to be a faithful instrument of l tyranny and usurpation but Repub lican France can hardly with con 1t sistency show extravagant honor to a tool of soulless despotism i j t RENDER 7Miss Nettie Williams and Williams of Rockport were rFeb f their grandparents ji 4t tI I nr o E w Mre I HoodsSarsaparilla enjoys the dis tinction the great est curative and preventive- medicine the world has ever known It is an allround medicine producing its un purify vitalizingaing bing the blood on which the health and strength ofevery orson bone and tissue depend Accept no substi tote for Hoods but in list on Laving Hoods LAND ONLY HOODS Mr and Mrs E S Reid last week Miss Ada Snell returned to her home in Horton last Wednesday after being here ona two weeks visitW H Minor of Central City where last Wednesday- J F Hocker was in Central City last Wednesday f C M Baggerly of Louisville was here last Thursday Rev A J Williams of Hartford was here Thursday- G B Roll was in Beaver Dam last FridayMrs G T Tinsley and daughters Minnie Lee and Pearl were on the sick list last week with the grip Messrs Isaac Oser and Sam James Sr were on the sick list last week with the grip C C Baize was in Hartford last FridayMessrs Walter Blackburn and P B Burton were in Rockport last SaturdayMiss Cobb ofSacramento came up last Saturday to be the guest of her cousinMrs 0 W Har ris for a week The mines did not work here last Friday and Saturday The cold spell froze the pipe line so they could not get water Messrs Mack Dowell and A T Sloan left for LintonInd last week where they have gone to work Dr H B Innis was in Hartford last Saturday Geo Edwards was in Horton lastI SundayMessrs W J Sloan and Ernest Andrew were in Rockport last Sunday J H Brown was in Louisville onI business last Sunday Ed Mossbarger and Geo Lyons of Louisville were here on business yesterdayS of Louisville was here on business today G W Baize was in Hartford to dayDavid Watkins of Central City Superintendant of the C C 8 h Co was here on business today Miss Nellie Harris is on the sick listMr and Mrs Richard Sidenius of Hartford are the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Jones today FEB We heard a man say the other morning that the abbreviation for February Feb means freeze everybody and that man looked frozen in his ulster It was apparent that he needed the kind of warmth that stays the warmth that reaches from head to foot all over the body We could have told him from personal knowledge that Hoods Sarsaparilla gives permanent warmth it invigor ates the blood and speeds it along through artery and vein and really fits men and women boys and girls to enjoy cold weather and resist the attacks of disease It gives the right kind of warmth stimulates and strengthens at the same time and all its benefits are lasting There may be a suggestion in this for you GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems Weather conditions in West Tennessee Mississippi Arkansas LouisI ana and Texas are the worst experienced in years River traffic is uspended trains are greatly delay led and in some instances street car is paralyzed Telegraph and telephone wires are down also Cat IImenthousands of dollars lef I August WMachen former he1 jji iy av 5itLiX rwf jr J FAIRS STORE NEWS FAIRS DEPARTMENT STORE FEBRUARY 1905 f MARKET ST HARTFORD KY Just a good reliable store A store to which you can tel ephone your order or seal your youngest child and liav as careful attention your wishes as if hero in per son Thats this Store Spring Ginghams A line that we are proudof and justly so because the line comprises tlx best the market affords For an early spring waist you cannot af i i jt i CvnrietyCome and see them Shoe Department Those who patronize us can to the wearingqualities of our entire line Priesmeyer Shoes for Ladies and Chil dren the Victor Shoe for men None better made Try a pair and you will have no other Domestic Department- Full all the time of all the standard brands of Muslins Sheetings Tickings Prints Apron Check Ginghams etc at the lowest possible prices Ladies Skirts By cautious buying we are clea9freshline shopworn garments a For this month only we give you choice of our 2 Skirts for 139 our 360 Skirts for 229 Its lto your interest- to buy now and buy from us Corset Specials With the two wellknown brandsjthe American Lady and R G we should be in a position to suit the taste of any lady Visit this department if you desire a Corset that wears and fits well Price 50c to 150 We are trying hard to run the business right If we do mako any mistakes come to us and tell us We will be more anxious to correct the error than you may be to have us I I IPostofficesurrenderedto day and was taken to the peniten tiary in irons to seVve a two years sentence for complicity in the corruption j shown by the Postoffice in vestigation 3e expressed the opin I in an interview that he had been I courageous to the last t President Roosevelt sent message i congress Tuesday recommending that provision be made for beginning a thorough survey of the Phil ippine Islands The work he says 1 require eight or ten years aid should be begun in the near ture fuI r jtx 9 111 1 We have opened up an entirely new department which we have called our ECONOMY BASEMENTi- n which we will carry Home Goods and House Furnishings etc which we do not carry in stock up stairs It is a daylight basement airy and commodious and in it you will find Nothing But Bargains Now to start it going we offer a big lot of new Fresh Goods Worth lOc and 12c for 5c Dover egg beaterstFine tea strainers Fine wire teapot stand Soap savor Good curry combs Roll picture wire Heavy screen door springs Heavy door bolt Goodscrew drivers Handy monkey wrench Fire shovels Cake Williams shaving soap Bottle perfume Big piece glassware Can openers Corkscrews Lamp Burners Stove lifters Box of paper Big tablets Shawl straps Mixing spoons Plain dairy pans Wash basins Dust pans r Mouse traps Fancy trays Wooden perforated chair seats Rolling Pins Towel Rollers Lace shelf Paper Brushes of various sorts Flue Stoppers Cake Cutters Garden Trowels 500 good smooth picks G dozen clothes pins Box scented Talcum powder Bottle best Vaselene Mens good mixed Sox 1 dozen Masons jar rings 5 cakes ironing wnxI1 yard shelf oilcloth Piece Crepe tissue paper Brass curtain rods Ladies alllinen hemstitched handkerchiefs Pretty piece of opalescent glassware Two good hemstitched haml= kercl ief8r1 dozen good pearl buttons Pocket comb in case And You a of New eatureof YMC A For the thT hFeit the history i of the Wdtk Young Mens Associations there will be held in connection with the Annual State Convention at OWens boro 1619 a Conference for the Womens Committees of the Associatons tl The Con will be hglffttfthe Hall of the N soclaffcm uilding on Friday ofteron 43O clock and will be y Miss Sue B ton Papers will be Miss Ora V Leigh of Paducah and Mrs Lee Riker of Harrodsburg an informal discussion eachtopic The Womens Commit w A c Worth 15c and 20c for bcHeavy wire Gopd curry comb- slIeLvlextension curtain rods padlockLarge Kitchen scales with pan Lcamon squeezers Fire Feather dusters Mincing knives Gas tapers Cake Pears soap 1 cake toilet soap Extra largo pieces of glass ware some worth 25c Opalescent ware assorted pat terns Useful sink strainers Rattan carpet Box of paper Shawl straps Bread knives Ice cream dishers Tin saucer pans Tin preserve kettles Soap dishes Heavy dust pans Comband brush trays Muffin pans Glass dippers Milk strainers Wooden chopping Towel racks f rowell rollers ricrslint and coat Extra good scrub brushes 50 foot braided clothes line Vim rat traps I largo matted picture Box Violet talcum powder Alcohol stove Mens fancy embroidered hose Ladies fast black hose Good whisk broom Good dressing comb Now pearl waist sets Boys base ball masks Ladies pad front hose sup porter Ladies or childs good side supporter Yard of wide fancy neck rib bon lots of other items can get wheelbarrow load good merchandise for SOc Christian February tats ference Assembly presJediOen presentedaby following Owensboro broilers shovels beaters howls tee will entertain the delegatesI while in the city and a rate of one granted1JyrillThere are splendid indications for a strong and representative Conference p r New Blacksmith Shop- I have opened Tip a number one Blacksmith Shop and am prepared- to do all kinds of work in the line at lowest prices Corn Hay Oats c taken as pay for work F M ALLEN 27t4 Centvtown Ky Kennedys Laxative Honey andTar urea all Coughs and expels Colds from the system by gently moving the bowels I IJ t White Goods Our new spring lino is time a prettiest that we have ever 4 shown Now effects in mer cerized Jaquards Etumine DcSoie Mercerized Batiste Corded Muslins Mercerized Grenadines Persian Lawns I vo Morcorized1oplinsrotc t If its White Goods come to see us Spring Embroideries Undoubtedly the biggest and cheapest lino that will bo y shown in Hartford Not old patterns this years produc tion at a low price Its certainly cheap when OcerWe have them i Spring Silks 1 This means Now Silks raw Shades bought at prices that make competition wonder Silks for Waists Silks ascendency 59cforComo and see them before buying Dress Goods Our Spring Lino is just in Comopsing all the now shades in the late wears From what we can gcthcr Mohiar Sicillians and Panama ClothJo are the favorites We have a strong lino from 60c to 75c infancy and plain Come and see them or write for samples Spring Shirts Entirely new patterns No carriedover f dirty stock Clean fresh desirable goods everyone a beauty and a bar gain For this month our on tire lino of 75c Shirts for 40e i One lot of mens good work Shirts sizes 141 to 17regular J5c values for 19c Winter Underwear To close our Underwear entirely out wo have reduced 4 our stock of Mens Heavy Fleeced Garments from 50c to 39e Our Mens Fleeced Ribbed Garments now lOc Ladies 25c vests now 19c 9 Entertainment House at the Operai The WellsGreenawalt Unique Mu sical company gave an excellent en tertainment at the Opera House Wednesday night Owing to the very inclement weather there was everylone lheIhighclassi I j OASXOR tA tblSptrocI C 1iMiYv vi s r t i ii iii 1I I r FE P BARNES BRO I I 01KI Stoves are the Housewifes Friend Wo have sold the 0 K lino of Cooking Stoves for quite u number of years and the satisfaction they have given 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 Wo carry this line from an 850 Step Stove with all tho vessels to a 45 Steel Range Buy an 0 K Stove or Range and it will bo a pleasure to cook a meal Gartiatts Overalls and Jacketr Are strong protection and ev erlasting economy to the work ing man The fit neatlyand wear satisfactorily They are good for the farmer the me chunk the miner and all oth er classes of laborers The price isl per garment I IJ P SHRGENT UNIONMRDE GLOVES II A good wearing and good fitting Glove is one thing p that should be earnestly sought for by every wear er of Gloves This Glove has fully demonstrated its popularity by repeated purchases by constant wearers of Gloves Buy one pair and your Glovo business is ours Price one dollar Beaver Dam Ky i LOOK OUT FOR s MARTIN J LONGSS- LAUGHTERINGBIG SALE Having purchased the large and upto date stock of Mrs Sarah Collins Smith we are going to offer at actual first cost for 4 the NEXT SIXTY DAYS beginning Feb= ruary 4th this entire stock consisting of mens and boys Clothing Overcoatss Hat c Shirts Shoes of all description Neckwear ladies and gents Underwear ladies and childrens Cloaks Furs Skirts Dress Goods Duck Coats Overalls Perfumes of l all kinds and most everything pertaining ft an uptodate stock of Dry Goods and Notions A big line of mens and boys Rubber and Felt Boots that must go regardless of price We feel sure that if your will look through this stock you will find just what you have been looking for and the price will please you We are going to continue business at this place and i have secured the help of Mrs Sarah Collins Smith the efficient and wellknown milliner who vill have charge oi our Mile linery department and in due time we will show you one of the most complete stocksI of Millinery Dry Goods etc in Ohif If county MARTIN LCriNIG- HARTFORD KY 4 11- r 1 fii1t Jt I 1s Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 illinois Contral RallroadTlme Table Norm nMiiui- No13titniMinm 122dnelfi20pInNo Must III llnnnil No lilfliull 1 am No till In 2M p in No Ml ilneli Ul la Carson Bros pay cash for Furs Try our Hot Drinksrso goodv City Restaurant WANTED25 boys and girls to help at our big sale CARSON Co Try our Pickled Pigs Feet fine City Restaurant For good things to eat go to the City Restaurant See Fairs new spring White Goods Prices reasonable Nicest line of Fruits and Candies in Hartford at City Restaurant Mr J W Tichenor Point Pleasant was a pleasant caller Tuesday A gigantic sale by Carsotr Co See the announcement on the back pageIProf L N Gray is to his room from an attack of la grippeJ1Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Promptd delivery Nabisco Cheese Sandwich Fruit 1taurantFresh Oysters Fish Celery and Cranberries constantly on hand at J- City Restaurant From now until February 17th I will allow two per cent off all taxes paid me SAM T BARNETT Buy the American Lady Corset at Fairs Fits better and feels better than other makes Sheriff Keown has received a tick et admitting him to the Roy Green hanging at Owensboro Feb 17 Fairs new Woolen Dress Goods Mohairs Sicillians Panama Cloth are ready for your inspection Mrs W T Woodward and daugh ter Corine are quite ill of la grippe at their home on Clay street Cream Cheese Brick Cheese Sau sage Boneless Ham Dried Beef and Crackers at City Restaurant Mrs M L Heavrinreturned Mon day from a weeks visit to relatives and friends at Henderson and Ow ensboro Bring your furs to Sam Bach thej Hartford merchant Hewill take youve got and pay you the highest cash price Mr Clell Smith Taffy is here un der the treatment of Dr A F Stan ley for lymphengitis caused byr lapse in typhoid fever Several valuable communications s were received yesterday afternoon too late to bo put into type for thisI issue They will appear next week Cecil Parka son of Mt J A C Park of the Clear Run neighborhood who is attending school here is quite ill of pneumonia at the residence of Dr J R Pirtle T Wade Stratton of the North Hartford neighborhoqd left the later part of last week for Bowlin- Greep where he will complete his j commercial course in the Bowling Green Business College I Buy our scholarship in the Massey I Business College at Louisville It Is good for either the commercial or shorthand department It entitles you to go as long as you want to Position guaranteed by this school Apply at REPUBLICAN office The National Benevolent Society organized a lodge here January 30 1905 There were sixteen chart members The primary object o the order is to furnish its members insurance at a normal rate but it has social also features rMr W died at his home near Smallhous at 6 oclock p ni last Thursday His remains were intered in the Equality church bury- Ing ground Friday in the presence many relatives and friends ofj Fulkerson was one of the best citiI z0nstha county affords JD religious belief he WM a ll p jRtj 1 See Fairs Remnant table of Wool en Dress Goods Prettiest in towji Fairs new Spring Ginghams Mr Larkin Williams Centertown called to see us Saturday Mr John M Bishop Centertown Was a pleasant caller Saturday Fair Cos store news on the op posite page might interest you Mr M T Likens is quite ill of the grip at his home on Frederica street Mr J E Curtis of the West Hartford neighborhood called at this office Saturday Jas M Taylor Birdseye Ind is his brother John W Taylor this week Col C M Barnelt who has been confined to his room with the grip is able to be out again Mr W G Duncan of Greenville was united in marriage to Miss Katherine Johnson at Beechhurst last Thursday evening All winter goods at exactly cost This means a saving to you on boots Winter Suits Overcoats Comforts Blankets etc Dont buy until you see Fairs prices 9appened nesday by falling down his rear doorsteps He sustained sprained and numerous bruises Mr I N Duke of the Concord neighborhood has been confined to bed for the past two months affliction is a complication of His recovery is not ex pectedWe have just completed a job of extra large hand bills for Car on Co to be used by them in telling the people what they will offer their Gigantic Sale which begins next Wednesday The series of meetings which have been in progress for three weeks at theMethodist church have resulted in quite a large number of conversions and a general revival of religious sentiment in the community There seems to be an epidemic of grip prevailing throughout the coun everywhereare Probably ten per cent of the noun tys inhabitants have the malady Mrs Florence Baltzelldied at her home at Auburn Ky at 6 oclock Tuesday evenIng Her remains were brought back to Liberty Thurs day for interment Mrs Baltzell was the adopted daughter of Mr and Mrs A D White who with her many friends here are sorrow strickenThe continuous frozen snowy weather is playing havoc with the bunnies quails and various other game animals and fowls Reports come from numerous farmers that quails have been found dead on their premises Several say they have be gun feeding them fearing that they may all die t would be well for theequaijs and other birds can get it The honor of representing the Kentucky State College in the inter collegiate declamatory contestswhich will be held at Georgetown today was bestowed on Reuben Miller Holland of Whitesville Daviess county Mr Holland is quite young I not more than nineteenand the hone manYjI foundgthe announcement of Mack I ofMsubject to the action of the Republi can party Mr Cook is a lifelong Republican and well qualified for the I which he aspires He is a teacher in the public schools of the county in which capacity he has labored for the past several years Mr Cook is in the prime active and if he should receive the nomination at the hands of his party he will use all honorable means to secure his election Teachersf unsatisfactory communication has been received from the State Superintend 41t Owing to the absence of the treasurer from the city the Feb ruary draft cannot be paid yet I cannot say when it will be paid I regret this very much but it is not my fault JAS H FUQUA SR It will therefore be impossible for me topay the teachers on Feb 117905 JAS 11 DEWEESE S Cv S Ohio county irtWJWWWV Hy GREATEST trot in prices this season there are three months of cold weather yet before us and every winter arti clo 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 Trunka Clothing 1500 Suits cut to 1200 1400 Suits cut to 1100 1300II II 950 1250II IC 900 1200II 850 1100IC II 800 1000II II 750 050II II 700 000II II 650 850IC IC 600 800II II 550 750II II 500 700II 450 600II 1 400 Overco atsShoes Hats etc Uptodate 250 Hats black and brown and light colors cut down to I I 80 Latest style Hats that were sold for 200 now 125 Hats 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 635 Heavywool Sweaters that wore sold for 200 only I00-A big line of heavy cotton Sweaters regular price 50c cut price 43c 750 heavy Work Shirts all sizes only48c- A lot of 50c mens fancy Shirts cut price 42c Shoes of fine make and material that were sold for 3 now 2e 10 Latest 250 fine ladies Shoes cut down to 190 2 ladies Shoes of the latest style for 1 40 Extra heavy fleece lined Underwear regular price 100 per suit cut price per suit 84c A lot of heavy Underwear that sold at 35c and 40c per garment cut price per garment 23c Heavy cotton Socks 6 pairs for25cLad- ies nice black Hose 6 pairs for 256 Dry Goods Dress Goods Blankets Comforts and everything else have been cut down to the lowest i 1 4rpricer T Sam BachHartford Ky s CASH WANTED On and after Feb 1 1905 we will place our business on a Cash BasIsthat is sell for Cash or its equivalent In so doing we do not aim to reflect on the hopesty or integrity of any one but do So with the purpose of giving more goods for less money than we have been able to do on the credit basis thus giving to our trade better service and satisfaction We can buy our goods for cash in which alone is saving and crfn sell them from 10 per cent to 20 p r cent cheaper than the cred it houses thus saving to the man who pavshis bills th percentage always on the goods by credit house jf cover in bad accounts which they always ha 1haveyou Make out your bill for two weeks or month and you will bo surprised at the saving to yru k pcashM you go g Best Flour market advan I cing per bbl 640 K Best Flour per sack 82c Meal per but0 5100iBest g Coal Oil per gal 16c Y Co aat urglaim per gal 39cI rffcctfh flier Ib lOc ii liird pure per iblfc Fancy Pickles lOc dozS doz 25c 7 bars Lenox Soap 25c 7 bars Lighthouse Soap 25c 11 bars Ark Soap 20c Navy Beans per lb 4cButter Beans per lb 7c riBright Sundried Bright Peaches Sundried ApI I Best Miners Oil i A corresponding reduction throughout the house es offSocomoK and you will go away satisfied that this is the place to j buy your goqds tofMcHenry Ky tfTCtaroMN9qaaacicwta8 o tr 1r v i tti 5 vr Ci i1at ovv 4 w b t iW wonlyt ydoitnotw4 r h cr7 reT nr l I1 4It 4 P1iJI II t WWyr tu1Pti1Kt 1ResRflyQ d ri I D11ti 1 k r u tY ISomething New a 1tI tVariable Tours t f VI- ASouthernt Railwa and i Queen J- Crescet Rou t- I y GO ONE WAY tnETUnNANOTHER s fWinterTourist Tickets good going Via Asheville through the Land Sapphirfe a and Chatanooga or vice versa are now on sale at Low Rates The Florida Limited composed i of finest Pullman Drawing Roo Sleepers and vestibuled coaches wit Dining Car service enroute leaves Cincinnatievery morning via Queen Crescent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chatanooga and Southern Ry Con necting train leaves Louisville at 740 a m daily The Chicago and Florida special consisting of elegant Drawing Room Sleepers observation cars Club ca etc leaves Cincinnati at 925 dai except Sunday lunuing throug- Solid to St Augustine via Chatanoo ga and Southern Railway with DinI ing car service enroute Connecting train leaves Louisville at 725 p m carrying observation sleeper through without change from Louisville to St Augustine alto through sleeper to KnoxvilleThrough Sleepers to Jacksonville from Cincinnatievery even ing via Knoxville Asheville and Sa vannah From Louisville connection with all of the above trains is made at Lexington by trains of Southern Railway For Land of the Sky book Winter Homes folder Rates Sche dules or other information address I A C Rincarson G P A Q U Cinciocinnati 0 C H HUXUERFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEY Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo I r BEST FOR THE BOWELS tiebowtlseverydaylouretllorwlllbe thebapeofdoteot keeplollthe L a CANDYI i EAT EM LIKE CANDY I DoGOti ntpryboaWritefortreesamplecodbookletonhealth Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 3 o BIG FOUR j 1Tim H EST LINE TO III 1 PAndisoilMichigan Clevelanda A Buffalo t INewYork J a IAnd All Points East iA cheerfully turn A I 4TicketI 7NoS J GATES I Genl Act Passenger DeptI i I Louisville Ky THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing inL a firstclass manner k THE UNDERSIDE UP r Father Most Important Factor in Developing Manly and Womanly Children American Fnrmer It is well occasionally to turn the wheny We find on the underside of home too little father We are told that only for one generation the hearts teo regenerated With persistent effort we urge women to do thoroughly their work as mothers but it is not intended that men can be relieved of social obligations to their homes On the whole there must be domestic reciprocity the wife will defer to the husband and the husband to the wife but on all principal questions on all important matters the husband is the one who usually puts the final determination on the herlrstrength from which she will have her best support in the management of the home for the best good for all and the training of the children True it is that the fathers place as breadwinner must necessarily hold him considerably apart from the con tact of home life but a crime of neglecting her family can privirlege He may be a successful far obligatiohto his home to his wife and chil dren he is a failure and no achieve ments compensate for the neglect The home cannot be made success ful unless it contains the true husband and the wise devoted father The father may provide well for his househld but the home needs more than this and the child needs the ministry that comes by direct ass ciation with the father The father has an important and an indispensable part in developing in the children their possibilities of WANTED 100000 SSKUNKAnd other row tan at utremfly high ulm A E BURKHARDT International Fur Merchant toU Cincinnati 0 Real Estate- BARGAINS 141 acres lor 4500 or will sellsat ti30 per acre and make sur vey 2i miles from Hartlord fi mile of pike Good new 7 room house 2 barns 75 acres in bottom balance good hiliItland Rood Orchardfine mea dow 10 or 15 acres in roods all under fence 120 acres near Rockpoit in good condition good build lags and finelarm land for 120000 83 acres fine bottom land for 20 per acre or i 600 3 miles from lartford on j Sanderfurs crossing rondoIGood house good hare 111slatebargain I 1bottomland Will sell cheap considering the landI188 Acres near me lor pricesa21 acrts me tor pricesPOne on street in Hartford in fineecondition 75000 house and 2 acres of ground adjoining Hartford Fine frnlt good house and build logs for 137500 135 acres 4 miles north of Hartford in good state of cultivation 85000 acres near Ceralvo 43000 to 0 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 One good new 60 Mosler UIIfwant to buy land see me and I will furnish you with what you wantLI A Anderson Dealer in Real Estatelu HARTFORD KY b iJi UioJ 1 I th1fatherswoman and noble a mother she may be there is a vast difference be tween what each willcontribute to ward the formation of the persona character of the children but the contribution of each is an absolu- e essential The father is often on too willing to relegate to the mot er the upbuilding of the childre character and supervision of th ifeducation and he is content to be come anunknown quantity in the lives of the children When he tag cs this position he does not deserve the dignity of fatherhood and he thrus upon his children a defective legs whichcannot be supplied by mothers or teachers care We to to the father to bring into the hot the outside world with its business its policies and its great comp tions And the way he views the affairs the relation he sustains t ward the world and his business principles will to a great extent form the standing his children will take in the world It is real life and not preaching and precept that gives the young the bent of mind As a rule boys take their cue from the tathers acts and deeds Catarrh a Disease of The System Peruha Cures Catarrh- s Wherever Located Catarrh is a systemic disease cu treatmennt cures must aim directly at the depressed nerve centers This is what Peruna does Peruna immediately invigorates the nerve centers which give vitality to the mucous membranes Then ca isIp If you do not receive prompt and oof at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Easy to Shoot Rattlesnakes Head off IrnniODi ll age zcn In this wide world there are several things that are swifter than a rattlesnake but they can probably be counted on the fingers of one hand One of these things is a bullet where by hangs the explanation why it is easy to shoot the head off a rattler although marksman finds it difficult to place bullett along the fat sevenfoot line between the neck of the reptile and the tip of its tail It has long been regarded as a curious coincidence that even the man not famed for accuracy has had no trouble in blowing the head off a diamond back In the diamond bar country only one explanation is otfe ed for thisit is the snake and not the man that does the aiming At close quarters the instant the muzzle of a sixshooter is thrust toward I a rattlesnake the infallible eye catches the range and in thej fraction of a twinkle the deadly head has aligned itself As the gun roars and darts its tongue of fiame of the creature is torn cleanI if severed with a knife and the I viper lies writhing emitting a defi ant rattle even as its grim relentless heart ceases its beat Peculiar Disappearance J D Runyan of Butlerville 0 the peculiar disappearance of painful symptoms of indigestion billiousness to Dr Kings New Pills He says They are a remedy for dizziness sour Headache constipation Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin S Bros drug store price 25c m Some EtiqtoDents Dont laugh at your own wit Al low others to do that And dont talk at people That is dent talk for the benefit of strangers hoping attract their admiration Men and women are much given to this vulgar habit Dont forget that if you secure an introduction for the purpose of ask ing a favor you have no further claim that persons recognition after business is transacted Dont overlook the fact that news is not well vouched for should not be repeated else you may ac quire the reputation of being unre Dont fail to remember that in a usiness ouale expected to ans- werWUrlI CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS nest Couch Syrup Tastes Good DM In time Sold bydnietUtl I docsfYyounperIrson j Dont forget that in company it is bad form to converse with anotherI in a language that is not understoodI by the rest unless that EngcyDont foil to take the precaution betjneyou are away whatIyouroFranklin and Kings- In the writings of Thomas Jeffer son are some interesting anecdotes saysjon his Revolutionary mission his em inence as a philosopher his venerable appearance and the cause on whichhe was sent rendered him extremely I popular All ranks and conditions of men entered warmly into the American interest He wasI therefore feasted und invited to all court parties At these he some I times met the old Duchess of Hour bon who being a chess player cf about his force very generally play ed with him Happening once to j put her king into prize the doctor j took it Ah said she we do not take kings so We do in Amer j casaid the doctor TO1 Early Risers The famous little pills Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery ForCuiranrand60cAt1Oo A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back Ir It fani Trial Bottlei free OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon andIcan devote his to advancing theIsales of our product Energetic menIfind our proposition a moneymaker pableof caIinto a and permanenti business I WRITE AT ONCrI Wheeler Wilson Mfg Co 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CUICA00- i I GNt JwJ r1- c+ Do You Need u I Printing 1 i I I = If you do we are ready to take your order 4 for anything you need in the line 8 gJji Letterheads per ream of 5O0 125 2 Noteheads per ream of 500 100b1 t1jqPrescription Blanks per 1000 100 JJ kq Business Curds Visiting Cards Wedding Invitations G I Circulars Dodders till sixes of Hand Bills in fact 41 everything that is printed in a firstclass print ty 1 shop Prices lowest Give us your order Work t i promptly attended to i 41 l1Jt itfirvortwoIvyvvyvi u- g I arIThl Mndrflt tonic lr firdir rahutt will tutikr you fid 0 andnrll PAN o LA ha+ nocquil fur InMifestJnn Dvfptpi- t t Canthflllh iI1 lhnnit SlonixiH Htwl+ LIVI eon KH1 e I i LH Gflppr end wnicTHl dtblht Milf ly Inv LlKTCllFIKLL 1llAK A A MACAL CO Enca Pr slf by fII IJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Our Free BOTTLE HyeraneedprOtto Sent U plaaerenraneSite herewith TOO aD on a ullolred and wo pay druggist ocelr It U adetoconvince U tolboW70D Dr it can doi it you DO whatever net fa iohtmioir TheTery ootDayforabottloandgiveItawayIC be w li Wont you Jet us at our expense ou th waJSpruce Balsam Is sold In sties 25c 50c C W lunar C KHuiT BAIMETf SMITH ATTO KNE SAT LAW IIA It WlllpriuiiivlbdrprofeMlunln all the 4 11IIIJaltttAItbdroiir t+ dbvtlnueatnltheltncllreolllltue lent end lnw Mimliiltlr OlflrrlD UPCIIIICAX Ilnlldl- ugFRANK I FELIX i Attorney at Law I IIAIITYOIIIIItT I irnrllc bU irotaulun In And dttJotnlnu rnnntjr anil In Ihe at AuprnU Criminal lirHctliv nudColtct non u imUlir- Oincvlntht liullillOK CHASM CROWE I LxAWYlSLR HAUTIOIII tWill l and ngnlnlae nintitlni In the ol Apmil HIKCII ntlrufmi Inn lr rtlinlnnl prnrtlraiinit tit rollrrllon UItnII4Al1UIiNFYHARTFOHD KY rollednnmklagatjr tlIII anrlhudpoldlrIrmoR = Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY andrnleralonttIrorantraelalmairPrsiloEtc SoterrlbnrlotOhionrot for Jl I IIKAVHIX YIlxlMTnthrhtrtlP I HEAVRIN WOODWARD G ttofley c Iotu Ilearrou Ky rIII pImbu In DII tlolltn1OhlrounlnndenertoiApwele toiletlooBARNES Attorney at Law iASIICIIIXn ATTOHXK- TItiNltnuh trKr a irnctlnr lil prulrlob In nil tbrfoirli unit A IJilnlitKr In the Aprel Ktlrntlnn tv- haInrnrrntrd in 0 llrrllnnii 4IIIY InrtiqrtbiillH YANCY MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT IAWH- urtfnrrt Krnlnri Will prolmloii ID nil the ol and nriJolnlnK round and la tbo Coort of- dappel VnUrjr Inbllc over Fin t Xwilnnul u BO EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS I DESIGN COPYRIGHTS tquicklueertalnmmnnleanliontrungpatentratenufttlat in tb Scientific jftnerican A Illuitrated weekly Tjirtett cit of anr Journal U a newadealereMUNN i IgaOCUREDANDDCrCNDEDrt g I 1 matktitwpyngbtatlaItmlxnl Watttigton sates anol Mr rPatent Writ sedltfdegsmmtPnettaEatlutlqtr DU opp aloe WASHINGTON D C I I I Does Your Throat Trouble YouI In order to prove absolutely that we of all maladies pertaining to Coughs Colds Lung Troubles T Cough Croup Dronchll Asthma Soro Throat wo will givo an order on Throat gist and pay a of your drug DR OTTOS SPRUCE GUM BALSAMscientific compound of peculiar virtue HADE lion TUB RED SPRUCE TREE MOSTCOUGH only Immediately yield to remedy but are speedily permanently cured STUBBORN PropositionFI- RST FREE Gmnever tried onr Wb will then order yoiirdiutfgUt for bottle free will roar for Tbll our IMI what Otto aadwhat accept places obligation tick ooe con enchnn offer Rod filr show Or Ottos Gum two and Y lOft ICY court lloil Kutnl L Ohio Court llrniM KY Ohio apt Cnur rarnrr Jlnr JCpe W T- Will Ohio tintlM fliif tours Mrlrl vllltn gm Muntr Offlrc I itpructlralil Cmru Obln Also Otan Pink YEARS IIYT Ac wlihoat chant hahdinmelf rlentlOe Torn airrtl ugh ttmr 111 Hlntn Itrwt pelted Moat Care can cure you and nil andand you I him for Thenot and send gift under lect Will Illar H notUt COUPONForit to TbAmsjcanPharaac CSrwruilag alul man ily dlfeaia U iI friends moa250bottlelree1waltakeItandrwommoodyttomyqf I IOIT8roll Adtrns Write Plain I For Sale by J H WiLL1AMS Hartfords cilY dll All Diseases of tha K1 neykidneys urinary Also organs catarrh bladder heart and disease gravel dropsy AND rheumatism backache 1T troublesBackacheALSO 1UWFIES THK UlXOI Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you It necessary wrlto Dr Feuncr II o lias spent n llfotlmorurlnc Just such cuscsasyuurs All consultation FREE Suffered with Kidney Trouble Had Pains in His Back vend lines business Company they Manager good I B i yn r rt 0 N For time I have been suffering with kidney trouble causing severe pains back unable any heavy work I triedmany remedies and without then taking Tenners Kid and Backache and secured prompt and after many have had return aches and pains and am able work I My little also been greatly benefited by use I heartily your Kidney and Backache Cure and very thankful it me Yours truly Joie Father Frank Long proprietor of Hotel Oxford Topeka Kas Sold by Druggists COc and 1 Got Cook and Treatiso the FREE Fenner D Fredonia n RHEUMATISMand cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect marvelous relieving almost instantly Try stud it you are not satisfied your money will cheerfully refunded r Ask you Druggist P5c 50c a ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky j r ABU NESS EDUCATION 0 1 hgilutely neceuary to the young man or woman who would win success life This being conceded Is first importance to get your training at the schools that atnud in the very front ran- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College- N E Cor Socond and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each a special I SHORTHAND iatju hia line Write for a beautiful book giving f TYPEWRITING from graduate occupying prominent positions allover tbo Uuited States it will be mailed to you FREE School open the year Students enter at any time E1l WRIGHT President OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REruiiLicxN and Louisville Hora1d125-i TIE REPUBLICAN Louisville Daily Herald 250 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 I TILE REPUBLICAN St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN Lippencotts and Cosmopolitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicen Week Chvonsboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owonsboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN TvicoaVeek Oboro Messenger 175 ROUGH RIVtR- TELEPHONE COMPANY IKOOlPOKiTrDI Talk being cheap and necessary ff1tyou should patronize home folk 1 you buy your own phones build your own and be In talking distance with the whole cOUn and points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone or will be nt the whole expense U you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Hartford Ky I N ilrIRIPANS Tabules I Doctors find r A prescription t if For Tb ntporketliebooliforninnlocoi lnn 7rora rMldruggistsnp l the pplj i ii t- olif q a rr V f- I V 1IJI I some in my J was to do doctors but benefit I commenced Dr ney Cure relief now no of the to as could not before grandson has its certainly recommend am for the cure has wrought in LONG of Book on Kidneys M M M N Y is it bo young in Jt of one testimonials all can and and and and where can ty I Nasal CATARRHIn should be cleanliness j 1Elyi Cream Balm deameeaootheaandhealsthe It cures catarrh and drives away a cold In the head Quickly Cream Balm li placed Into the nostrils spreads over the membrane and Is absorbed Keller U Im med luod a cure follows U 1s not drylns loes not produce sneezing targe Size BO cents at Drug ftitiorbrmill Trial Size 10 cents by mill SLY BUOTIIER3 M Warren Street Sew York EVERYBODY IMAKEFOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS j rho Amtrlcan PhtnnacalCo EYaniYlllelud Kodol l Cure Digests whatiyoueaLJ n I ex T 1 1 f fie Atory of Its Ruin With Her Fvorlta Countirpano Sho caste in in u hurry in the nftcrnoon and placed her cherished lint which she loved better titan life on the globe of the gnu jet while she gownAlterthink about the lust mind it remain ed on its resting place after th house was wrapped in slumber nightthntchildren crying in the nursery She sprang out of bed and hastening to Ie nearest her turned on the gas and arplieda match under globe to In an insta the lint which rested Upon it ate which she had entirely forgotte- was in a flame It blazed like torch nt u funeral and the woman was so astonished and frighten ed at this sudden pyrotechnic dis play that she gave one scream whit broughthimwith him the womans best and f vorite bedspread u handsome thin not oversubstantinl With great presence of mind the mon wrapped t Ie the counter blazButandi where the sad part of the story column intho coverlet was ruined and instead of the heroine of the i I ferentlyforsaved her life she turned upon him withreproach in her mien and fire in her eye Youve ruined my best bedspread you careless thing sin said And then Oh my hat 31 lint 1 When the man fell asleep he say Itnchel Wilt still weeping for he headgear und he says that hereafter people who put things in unusu places will Lave to toke care of the themselves with sounds vague his wife knows what ho means Baltimore Now Small Inventions Most Profitable Something homely said tli aged inventor Something little cheapAshoo button Those are the inven tions that there is money in- Do you know the two inventions that it is conceded have made more than all the others They ore the safety pin and the steel pen The first gross of steel pens sold for 30 apieceA wns th originateiting like as much you see as th penThe a invention is the more chance i stands of being a money maker Portland Oregonian Mixing Natural History The Dnvcntry England Express grew indignant rcccikly at n contemporary who did not believe a French or German army could ever land in England To poohpooh the idea of thi country ever being invaded wrot- the editor is to follow the example of the camel which buries its head in the sand when an enemy ap pronches To which Punch retorted Sure ly the author of this apothegm must have meant to refer to the os trich which in these circumstance has a habit of putting his eye through n needle Scotch Dog Story highlands stand English The Spectator ha heard of a Gaelic I gravely assuring an Englishman that it was impossible to work a READ THIS Melledgeville Ky Jan 1 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDea Sir I have been a great sufferer from kidney disease and was treated by my home physicians with no efit Your Texas Wonder has cure me and I am satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfully recommend it to ladies suffering with kidneyand bladder troubles Respectfully MRS ELIZA FROST A TEXAS WONDER lOne small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dOn fails to cure any of the aboveI druggistsIDr Street St Louis Mo t 1 J iv y I rJ r Jpo Sandy now Bos hardly a word of thd Gaelic while Sandy sat with n lookon his face which seemed to say Its quite true I have never been able to acquire more thou the barest gnmtterinr of the vcrnacu harm tHE WANTED ENVELOPES IWhy His Request For Them Caused a ePostoffice Holdup wordttneuptostamped envdops the riteilmoney ton11reU paid the purcha urwhcn 1do I get them cierIit again e opsttg secondguNo I didnt mean anything of the purchaserWollto obswhat do you deal in Here 1stamps or pronunciation I didnt fromYuWhlIot toll it ongvclope and let it go at that said a studious lookingmull as he poked a penny under the glass and asked for a cardythat word pronounced in so different wns in one da saidrau oflicial postoflicc order on it as thetcan anyway but ongvclope That is used by people who are trying to ap pear Frenchified York Presile THE EARTH AS IT MIGHT BE What Would Happen If the Sun Sud denly Became Extinct The boldest imagination may well stand appalled at the consequences of a sudden extinction of the sun her eight and a quarter minutes the length of time tint it takes the light of the sun to reach the earth nnthingi gieoshine like tiny points of fire out of a thotI in a universal deluge of ice the small stock of heat possessed by the earth would rapidly radiate into pace and the temperature would go on falling tilla degree of cold more than 300 degrees below zero would he reached and the very gases 3f the would be liquefied timeandplu would not of course be and never could bo unless all the stars were ex tinguisheduBut relative darkness an enormous pe approximately moin through apace toward a point In the constellation of Her cules at a speed of 150000000 miles a year or four miles a second But there are no self luminous stars within a distance equal to 200000 times the distance between the earths and the sun Therefore this gigan tic gulf would have to be crossed be fore starlight became sunlight antI this it would take some 118900 years to do- Toward the end of that period supposing always that the other star s 6toms had not moved corre wouldrbegin to shine us suns and the long darkened solar system would be re illuminated by rays of ever increas aptdistant systems It should also be mentioned that the tremendous journey not be performed IfltJIUUb collision with some other burned out sun or darkenedsystem now invisible in which case the shopk would regenerate light and heat and out of the wrecks of the two systems a new one would bo evolved DeWXtts ffiaiT Salvo For Piles Burns Sores i Country Folks and Weather Signs Country people haven great con tempt for those who cannot tell what the wether is going to be till they have looked at their expensive barometers or seen the wether indications in this morning papers They have So many simple ways of finding 0oht what they wish to tho walker and are soac ustomedtoI l1i f i i qo f t t 1I r t = 1lyersPmS Want your moustache or beard- abeautifnlbrown or rich black Use doing this that they make the obser vations almost mechanically Ask one of them how to do this and he will give you a long list of simple weather gauges For instance if you are a smoker look at your cigar tip If it burns with a clear red glow the day will be fine but if it is has a charred end that refuses to burn brightly take your umbrella If a slipper creaks it insure to be fine if it is silent it will be damp In damp weather news papers are easily torngloves contract and are difficult to put on matches will not light easily silk hats become dull awning cords arc tight boot laces snap and a score of inanimate things tell to the initated that there is rain to come TwoI rDyspeptics If you are too fat It Is because your food turns to fat Instead of muscle strength If you are too lean the fat producing 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 In a 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 digestantbut it Is a reconstructive tissue building tonic as well Kodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like It Digests What You Eat Rests the stomach rebuilds the tissues and gives firm flesh aueetuudusltlme tritl Sr so cat slit Mpar a at tMae rateyetrODWIteLc I Hold by Z WAYNE URIPFIN OR FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF SR say pain Ituldo or out In from S to 6 minute HenryWattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Feature of The CourierJournalDuring There will be many other attractive departments all going to make a comr late Newspaper Malt Rates Daily CourierJournal 1 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Thursday night Rough Diver Lodge No 110 Knights 61 Py thla meet every Tarnight Preston Morton Post No4 0 A R hold reg afar meetings Saturday before IrstSnnday In seek month vvh- a ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY torColorado Utah- InePacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CriELECTRIC IRON JgUNf H ROUTE j rMrJmGIelmiJi1t+ paR AQ- wtdJ Polatnbareni = p tiSO- n Ot r tc rrrv 1 vcrr 2S t v1 J Lr t v t u iuar Sefviuuta AJicrKc butter Etc Add m n T C fall i EJJCcCo- an2J1E1rlt r uCI + 1uii LY- e e7Af3TORIAHears the ATbe Kind Yoh Mara Always iteH 8Jguatulll YIpOf cI4i i yAFiv e yy y rr hrr r pi rh r 38000 worth of high grade clothing- r fur men and boys Shoes for the whole fiimily Hats Furnishings Groceries Etc to be distributed into the homes of the people at less than actual cost For MEN WOMEN CHILDREN Save tHis and wait until Wednesday February 15 at 9 a 38000 Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Furnishings Furniture and Groceries Be Sold at Less Than Cost THE ENTIRE STOCK OF CARSON CO Market Street Hartford Ky DaysrNo Goods Sold Nor Reserved until Store Reopens Wednesday 15 1905 No Orders Mens Suits Overcoats I Fine Business Suit of Mens wo- rthClothes198 250 and 3198M-ens all wool mers and Cheviots 1 981len s Latest Style Long belts worthwithMens elegant dress Suits cut in latest styles hand 5 to 750398pad- dedF shoulders worthLarge Assortment Young I 10 to 15 Mens Suits Mens Overcoats age 14 to worth 850498 20 worth 350 to 8 398 J Young Mens and Boys Clothing Young Mens Suits neat patterns198Young Mens 5 to 8 Suits 298 to 398 Boys twopiece Suits neat patterns7ge1 Boys Stylish twopiece Suits 98c Boys Fancy 2 and 3 Suits 129 Lot Odd Vests Worth 75c to 139c1 Our entire stock of Groceries bo sold in ten days regardless of costs and profits Below we give you an idea of how very cheap they go 3getSugarIOOrCorn8c can Bon Bon Bak Mutton Chop Tomatoes 8C ing Powder8c1 pkg Arbuckles Coffee 16C Carsons double strength Best Roasted Golden15c13aking Powder 5c size 3c Rio and Peaberry Cof Carsons Soda4cfe- e perlb18c 21 b Oatmeal8e Best Leaf Lardlic 25ccan Shi wasseo Bacon He Plums 5c 7 bars Winner Soap 2SC libcan Bull Head 5 gal best Coal Oili90C Oysters8c 10 Per Ct off on Furniture and Stoves Mens Fancy Dress Shirts Sox 1 Madras Dress Shirts 59c Ladies lOc Hose 3c I Fancy 75c Shirts 39c Mens Fancy Half Hose 7c Hickory work Shirts 19c Ladies Fancy Hose 9c r JYIens Pants All W jolCassimcrs neat dark patterns 11 9 Mens und Boys Corduroy Pants worth 1 200 119 Best lined Jeans Pants worth 75c and 100 49c 250 Boys Kneo PantslOc t Mens Arctics worth 150D8cSame in Ladies 87c and m to must Make No Mistake Look for the Big Red Sign = WING to backward season and disastrous weath 4 O enorImousing Dry Goods Fine Furnishings Shoes Hats Fur niture Groceries etci on hand with the greater ff decidIcdWe fully realize that to do this the sacrifice must = be great no mincing halfhearted reductions trying ff to get our money back but slashing so low we only 4 get a portion of it back I to Every Price Sensational If I A Thousand Surprises for You Carson Co are the oldest largest and best known merchants in this part of Kentucky and upon their reputation for fair dealing the public may rest assured that everything will be sold exactly as adver tised without misrepresentation or exaggeration Sale Opens Wednesday Feb 15 ot9a mContinues 10 Days Only Hats and Cap Department Ladies Trimmed and U1trimmed Hats49c100 Mens and Boys 75c to 150 Hats39C+ Mens 150 to 250 Hats4ge100 Hats assorted worth 3 69C 75 Childrens Hoods 39c Fancy Yacht and Golf Baby Caps worth 1 39C Caps wth 25c and 50c9c MensMacintoshes 255 98c We hereby agree to exchange or refund money on any unsatisfactory purchaseCARSON CO 2i plyall wool Ingrain Carpets wth 50c to 75c yd39c 3 ply till wool Ingrain Carpets wth 75c to 1 yd69cB- est per yardi lOc will go or at sale one to all ar Ladies Mens Shoes 150 40 mens and all sizes 250 to 4 98c and over Kid 5 98c 150 ity Calf worth12589cShoes19cCl- oaks I Jackets of in and Jack ets from 798 to 198 to Fine Fur Lot lOc and 12 k and 8c lie lOc 20c yd 1 50c 5c and 35c 75c waist 39c 5lb 78c 25c and 19c Mens Ladies Furnishings 50c Silk Ties 9c Mens Ribbed Linen Cuffs 13c 19C Linen lOc 3c Mens Un Mens 15c 5c worth 50c 39c Mens Extra Heavy 25c Ladies Boys Union Suits IDeMensworth 1 59c at 3c Sale Positively Begins Wednesday 15th And in Ten Market St CARSON CO Hartford LOOK FOR THE BIG RED SIGN below allprcvious records limits this Strictly price Every ticle marked in plain figures Feb Mail Overcoats Overcoats Corduroy Evergreen package wth Matting and Ladies Shoes worth a- nd20049cpairs ladies Shoes latest worth Celebrated Douglass Walk Patent Corona Shoes worth 348 Mens heavy Work Shoes Boys School Shoes qual 69c Boys Boots Thirty pairs Baby Furs and Large assortment latest styles Cloaks 149 Collarettes 69cLadies Capes 98c Entire Ginghams Calicoes to Feb Closes Days Ky Prices shapes Dry Goods 30inch Cheviots worth yd8c2- 5c Gingham Qc Allwool Dress Goodswth 3c Crepe Uloth worth yard19c Calico 4Jc- 25c Lindsey1geallwool patterns Woolen Remnants yard Poplins Gibson Cloths Woolen Skirt patterns39c and Underwear- 25c worth50c Handkerchiefs Heavy Fleeced Suspenders derwear Sus and Gloues Gloves49cLadies lOcMeilsDoCanvaa lcRibbons25 yards Ribbon 1Oc I 1 Store Closed until Opening Day to Rearrange Prices and Stock