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Iki mi ttzrtfrb flqrnblicank Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII HARTFORD KYM FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 1905 No 31 WASHINGTON LETTER Postoffice Department an its Sharpest Competitor How a President is Inaugu rated and Who Can See It prrll to THK IIe rrUrtl41- f Wasington D C Feb 141905- jt John Wanamaker the merchant prince of Philadelphia and Ne Yprkwas Postmaster General du ing the administration of President Harrison and one of the best Post masters Generals if not the very best the country has ever had He strove I p to make forms and improvements in the postofllce department but soo found that he could not do much He said recently that there were four reasons why we cannot have parcels post and other postal facili ties that have long been enjoyed in Germany France England Italy and other countries The fou reasons were the four great American Express companies There were four express companies then there are six now They are amalgamated into a trust They are the successful rivals of the United government in its own territory and in its peculiar domain monopolizing the most important of the postal carrying business compelling Jie people to pay many hundreds of thousands of dollars yearly ant bringing the country through the postal system into debt when if i were not for these express compan- I ies there would be a yearly surplus f to the credit for the postofllce Th thieves in the poetofice department were sent to Moundsville penitentiary this week The beef trust is supposed to have received a stun ning blow from the Supreme tour of the United States The plastictJ have to loosen its grip i jIn the great inaugural parade fourth of March 35000 men will march on Pensylvania Ave 01 these 5000 will be United StatesI regulars 12000 state military and about 5000 civilians from all parts of the country The four great races will be represented for Indians 4IFilipinos and negroes will march be white man The President will be escorted bya squad of his own rough riders The route of the parade however will be contin gent on the condition of Pennsylva isocIi that the procession will have to make a detour to reach the Capitol The snow fall of this winter is almost unprecedented and when the waters begin to rise they may submerge the Avenue March fourth is an especially favorable time for a flood I and the Inaugural committees are t anxiously awaiting the date Stands are to be erected along the Avenue nd for from fifty cents to a dollar aSjerson may buy a seat from which i to the parade Many thous and of dollars are invested in these stands which are uncovered and the investor risks all his money on the state of the weather If the sun i shines he sells his seats and makes a haul If it is cold and snowy he draws a blank Windows in hotels and business houses along the Avenue arc all engaged in advance The prices range from five to fifty dollars t a window the latter being the price asked in the New Willard and Ral I eigh hotels fora room with window on the Avenue for the day In these I high priced stations prominent of ficials or residents collect a number of their friends and serve luncheon and make a social affair of the occa sion Humbler citizens are content drytof the pavement on the route of the parade and the enterprising African f who can gather together a number 4ofboxes or get his wagon in a good situation is sure of having patron age The committee this year it is said will not permit wagons and bardcheap coins of vantage somewhere The ball in the evening will o course be climax of the day and Marc 1 as much as the fourth of comes on Saturday the ball must close before twelve oclock or pro fane the Sabbath After much discussion Congress permitted the use of the Pension Office and the decorations of flowers arc already in pre platre can be any country great festive gathering than the Pension Office with its smooth floor of nearly an acre In extent and its tires of balconies for the anndo not care to Grants last inauguration in 1872 neaawhere the now It was not heated and the unique spectacle was presented of gentler men in overcoats and ladies in seal skin shivering and smiting their hands while they danced CAPITAL BILL A LAW- s Approved by Gov Beckham At ter Pruned of Additional Block Clause FRANKFORT KY Feb 14Gov- I Beckham at 5 oclock this afternoon affixed his signature to the act oft the General Assembly designating the Hunt place on the south side of the Kentucky river as the site havingtemerg im mediately effective Before the measure received th meets was ment at which the full membership of the commission was present an before it were the owners of th property which will be purchased At this meeting it was determined that only the site known in the Wells bill as it first passed lower house as the Hunt site andt he property of Frank Chirn adjoining will be purchased and the sum pended for the property will be i neighborhood of 35000 The block of ground which Senators Cartrill and Cox insisted during the session should be purchased and which they later agreed to leave to the commis sion with options for 20000 was deemed by the commission to be notI necessary and it will not be purchas ed This will pass it up to the Gen eral Assembly at the next regular session the options having been given to March 15 1906 Its will never be recommended by the present commission The commission invited Darnell of the State Capitol to be present at the meetingand its mem bers discussed with him I the matte- of opening streets to the new build ing It will when completed have entrances on three streets the front- on Main the east entrance on Logan street and the west entrance on Shelby street Main street is one hundred feet in width running from the Kentucky river at its north end to Todd street It is proposed to have a driveway after the building is completed through the Capitol park around the southern side of the building from Shelby street to Logan street ArchltectAndrews and Superintendent Fleenor have been requested to come here at once to confer with the commission regarding matters before it A rare treat for those who hear Bert Marshalls Comedians at Opera House tonight and to mo row night Prices 1525 and 35 tents Performances begin 730 CAPTI RilEY DEAD Well Known Illinois Central Passenger Conductor fHad Been Seriously 111 For 1Only TwentyFour Hours Capt J H Riley one of the mos widely known railroad men in this part of the State died at G oclock at his home at Owensboro last Thursday evening after being seriously ill 1for only twenty four hours Death was the result of a severe cold which was contracted a few days before andother ailments from which he hatd I years ago w J tryr preserve on n and was confined to his bed several weeks by his injuries Monday pre ceding his death he took a severe cold but his condition was not regarded as serious uhtil Wednesday From that time however he sank gradually to the end Capt Riley was born in England where most of his childhood was spent He lived in New York City and later in Jersey City and in early life entered the service of a railroad company More than twentyfive years ago he entered the service of the Illinois Central Railroad Com pany and continued with it until his deathDuring his quarter of a century with the Illinois Central Capt Riley ran on many divisions of its lines placesmyears Orleans For seven years Tie Foepast years I conductor between Owensboro and Horse Branch Capt Riley had a large number of friends not only in Owensboro but genialegenerous pop ular with all classes He was an EI a Mason and a member of the of Railway Conductors CENTERTOWN- Feb 14Our court has closed af sessionnMessrs C E Smith and E M Woodward attorneys of bar and A Jones of Muhlenbur county were in attendance at courtRevs Haskins and Miller are conducting a grand revival here Ollie Haskins Vincennes Ind is here visiting his brother C W Has kinsJesse Hill and Earl Davis tire visit BeaveeDamMiss Melia Southard Prentis is townrMrs to room with something like pneu illrProf H H came Tuesday from Coffman Ky fill Humors Aro impure matters which the akin liver kidneys and other organs can not take care of without help there is such an accumulation of them They litter the whole system Pimples bolls eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of indiges tion dull headaches and many other troubles are duo to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tone and Invigorate the whole system hl had salt rheum on my bands to that 1Icould not work I took Hoods Sarsaparilla and It drovo pat the humor I continued its ago till the sores disappeared MBS Iiu 0 BBOWK Eumford Falls Me Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to curo and koops the promise I t oI IISuJiI r he closed a very successfulschool Mr Claude CofTman accompanied him home 1Will McLean and Richard Kinchc on the sick list Quarterly meeting was held here 11thand 12th inst with Revs Rushing of Owensboro and Bog gess of Beaver Dam in charge Dr 0 B Heavrin to Wed Miss Bamberger Little surprise will be occasioned- t by the announcement of the apI proaching wedding of Dr Oscar B Heavrin and Miss Clotylle Bamber ger which is set for March 8 at the home of Mr and Mrs E S Barn berger on Third street near Pearl as rumor has forerun the announce ment several weeks says the Owens boro Inquirer Dr Heavrin is a young dentist of many admirable qualities and has a bright business future with the foundation of sue cess well laid Miss Bamberger is well known in social and business circles having been for two years a deputy in the office of County Cletk J T Griffith a position she resigned but recently She has many admirable attributes of worn anly grace and has a large number offriendsDr tvrin is the brother of our townsman M L Heavrin and has many friends here who will hear of the doctors coming nuptials with best wishes ow MARSHALLS Comedians Pleased the People I at HopklnsvlIIe Make jtaBig Hit i The Hopkinsville KentuckIan says openwas arengagement one the best shows of the season The specialties were all first class and ofa high order Bert Marshall the com edian kept the audience in one con tinual uproar of laughter and is a comedian of first class order Miss Anna Golde sang a number of songs trainedra in their ragtime singing and piano playing The farce comedy A Night in New York was a cleverly gotten to gather lot of foolishness and kept the large audience convuls ed with laughter the whole time ingshow again tonight and deserves to be greeted by a large audience Notice Notice is hereby given that the Postoffice at Dundee has been provided with money order facilities MrSMALLHOUS LASTrWEEK Feb 7Messrs Roy and Erskine Fulkerson Bill Addington and Sam Mone are a from Kirtleys Landing to Greenville- P B Taylor returned yesterday from a trip to Hartford Messrs J R Taylor and P B Taylor went to Ceralvo today William H Fulkerson died at his home near here Thursday of throat trouble He was eightytwo years of age He leaves a wife and eight children to mourn his loss viz S L Fulkerson Rockport Messrs James Bob and Billie Fulkerson and Mrs Mattie Hocker Smallhouse Mesdames Emma Shultz Narrows Marie Robinson Hartford and Alice Barnett Owensboro all of them were present but Mrs Shultz After funeral services by Rev G H Lawrence his body was laid to rest in Equality cemetery The Masons will meet the 4th day of May to hold services over his grave and finish filling it Mr Fulkerson has been a member of the Masonic fraternity for fiftythree years and of the Baptist church for fifty years Subscribe for TilE REPUBLICAN iiiliklt t i rr tj HAPPY AND HEALTHY A Beautiful Canadian Girl Saved From Catarrh of the Lungs by Peruna t jJIISSMiss Florence E Kenuh 434 Maria street Ottawa Ont writes A few months ago Icaught M severe cold which settled oa m lungs and remained there so persistently that I became alarmed itook medicine without benefit until my digestive organs becamt upset and my head and back began to ache severely and frequently cl was advised to try Peruna and although I had IWo faith felt so sick that 1 was ready to try anything It brought me blessed relief at once and I felt that Ihad the right medicine at last WlthlM f three weeks I was completely restored and have enjoyed perfect t health since II I now have the greatest faith laPeruna P B KENAH should beware of contract WOMEN The cold wind and rain slosh and mud of winter are espe dally conducive to catarrhs derange ments Few women escape Upon the first symptoms of catching cold ernna should be taken It fort flea the system against colds and ca tarrh The following letter gives one young womans experience with Perona Miss Rose Gerblng is a popular society woman of Crown Point Indo and sho writes the following i Recently I took a long drive la the country and being too thinly clad I Uedonmylungsbake off had greatdeal of reruns for colds and catarrh an4 I bought a bottle to try I am ploaaefl that I did for it brought speedy relief 1 It only took about two bottles aMy considered this money well spent You have a firm friend tame and X not only advise its use to my Mends bill have purchased several bottles to gin te i those without the moans to buy aa4 have noticed without exception that M has brought about a speedy cure where ever it has been usoMl Bose Qerbing I If you do not derive prompt and natlsa factory results from the use of Penma write once Dr Bartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Bartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 Subscribe NOW I T T T T Its an III Wind That Blows Nobody Good While we lose money by closing out all Overcoats readymade Suits for men and boys winter Dress Goods Heavy Underwear Gloves Shoes arid and many other artibles ofwinter goods You are the Winner If you come in and buy at or even less than wholesale prices Dont forget to examine our bar gain table Prices talk and remem ber we do not add any bad accounts to our prices as all credit houses must do We sell for cash and save you money e s The Brown Mercantile Co I1coriPOrcarU E McHenry Ky IiirI4 I Y t I t FIRST BLOOD rT jttOfthe Civil War Lost by CI c zen of Owensboro ERev H E Smith Fell Wounded t 1andtbe First Man lUlled f 1FenAcross HimIowns is a citizen the stIquji Joensboro Messenger He is Rev 1z IE Smith of Hall street This honor has been claimed byI L number of men but there is no t doubt that Mr Smith is entitled to toatjdent Lincoln issued his call for 75 000 men to serve for three months BiAll over the North the young men I and many older ones sprang to arms mind a single state could have supplied i the demand for troops Massachusetts vas the first to respond at the Sixth regiment was the first take the field Harry E Smith then a boy of twenty was one of teitfirst to enlist which he did at Grreton on April M 1SG1 He was asone f signed to company B and on the flowing 01 is dry the new soldiers mare ed to Boston and were formal enrolled Then come the order So to Washington for the defense of the capital As the train pas through Baltimore it was stopped a mob and the soldiers were forced 4o leave it and fight for their lives Mr Smith says I enlisted in Co B Sixth Massachusetts volunteer infantry at my home town of Groton and joined the regiment at Boston On April 19 we reached Baltimore That city was very strong in its Southern sentiment and the people meld that the government had n right to send troops across its tern Cory when those troops came from another state and were not part of the regular army We were on the Baltimore and Ohio train and when the we reached Pratt street the train was stopped by the mob We were to ordered from the train and in marching through the streets we were attacked The first blow thateckswas struck fell upon me I noticed suctthe blow from my head and the sa is ber cut off the ends of the fingers of my left hand I also received a cut between six and eight inches long on or my left leg below the knee which we severed the muscles and felled me facto the ground I hardly knew al was happening As I fell whatI f Whitney of Lowell Mass who by my side fell upon me He was killed instantly Whitney was thet first man killed in the war as his met tory records and I was the first wounded Two women saw that I was not i Wllod and they dragged me from un let my dead comrade and pushed tr ma into a vacant house before I re nlized what was going on They the told me to be perfectly quiet and noon they made me lie down and covered a me over with some old sacks the house having been used tot store grain or potatoes or something ofed that kind I asked them if they wore union and they told mea they were The blood was flowing from my leg red the women made a bandage out of handkerchiefs La ter they got a piece of cork and rely made a compress which was bound firmly to my leg They closed the door of the house and no one came and in After dark the women got a ried hack and I was taken to the depot ant where I was placed on a train and r taken to Washington Here I wa s1Ye placed in the care of Dr Smith the we regimentalsurgeon of the Sixth our Massachusetts I was young and healthy and my wound healed rapid ly but I was not able to do much ac thrterm filI Tied and served to the close of the i tivarThese i statements are fully boate out by the official recorda Th-era It thary the date he glvos This is accounted you r Jr ifrJ for by tho fact that he offered on the 14th and was sworn in the next day Capt Shattuck who was first a lieutenant and in commadof r ft to r at Baltimore on Apll WSllrJ1lrr i x 1t1tC1 1rrIro a 2 N years ago trade an affidavit that Dr Smith was a member of his company that he was in the riot at Baltimore intlthe the Right Direction IIn tlllnnle ConlltutaRt In a message sent to Congress on fithe various State laws covering m riage and divorce Stating that t Federal government had collected atistics covering this fundamental estion since 1886 he suggested empotyIier cs from every State in the Union- a Congress should be at least ii mune from chiding as regards promptness over this measure It ok the routine course committees the Senate and House and me ing with no obstruction worthy t name was attached as a rider to t- urleson Cotton Statistics Bill and passed up to the President for his signature Within a few months t will doubtless have ample mater for reflection over this vital pro lemjdiversitytoofis and divorce render a unanimity her ecclesiastical or secular action mote and impractical As so has aptly said the United Stat composed of fortyseven repub indlividulytoard with respect to Federal e croachment The State visit ioin I witble ment and the exigencies of marriage and divorce while sufficiently ap palling have not yet reached the menacing status justifying Federal authority Indeed it is the opinion of many of competent jurists and students ofwocial problems that this big moral issue is just now in the throes of sen attemptiat g gravate what is already a depressing condition However that may be we need mirror which such a collection of statistics will afford us We needsi see the ghastly consequences of haphazard marriage and readymade divorces the adult wrecks and half and the pitiful nebulous status of the children involved in h tangles The present spasmod of collection and publicit not sufficient to exhibit all the phases of this rather repellent na tional quandary In the summary gradual solution of this vital issue ous cannot have too much light a t which will augment the approv of thoughtful people for Mr Roosevelts suggestion Time Only For a Oath Two pretty American girls hit two delightful Englishmen on is weIanf1whOnetwo men would arrive that after The family was thrown into has fever of excitement and many list plans of entertainment for their guests were suggested and abandon Ian It was finally decided that the Englishmen are notoriously fond of tuband as their guests were are coming directly from the train they Thbathupon the inspiration of the br moment The young men arrived promptly after some demurring were hur off to the bathroom In about own hour they emerged and went im mediate to their hostess saying are sorry to leave so soon but only came to make a call and train leaves in fifeen minutes a That Tickling In tho Throat We One minute after taking One Min Irthloutnot the stomach Harmless good find WayneG1ifHn bisThoseriously George am I the only yin it tstrNow Amy dear dont ask if are tho only girl that I over lov spojISII otnJf to George I Cook tk Am 1 the only etattedI a ld havE yU liyuor HARTFORD SYbasin ess Ju TO VISIT ROOSEVELT Parents Who Endorse His Race Suicide Views to the Tune of Nine Sets of Triplets Yanton S Dak Feb 15The and mother of 27 children r and Mrs George W Dunville Washington1enothis ad Senators and Rep resentatives from their State will take them to the White House to see Provident Roosevelt who 1 expected will give them an au graph photo of himself with his com onlyits27 children comprise nine sets triplets and twentyfive of them are tbos soughtIe children to Washington with the pt0a are remar developedb and are very fondand proud of them So far as known Mr and Mrs Dunvilles offnowhere else in the country is there tripSforLIe erparents experience the greatest dif distinguishis one t Ilifamily long ago gave up the tempt to do so i Some Things You may Not Know Two thousand vessels of nil daAscriptions disappear every earJAt least 40 per cent of London are attendants at pub rship Compulsory education will become general in Cape Colony in theeetoyears time It costs on an average 200 to put out a fire in London and 700 to extinguish one in New York The German Emperor is said to be twentyfourth in the line of succes a to the British crown The cellar of the bank of France resembles a large warehouse Silver coin is stored there in 800 barrels Galalith or milk stone is being much used in decorating and promises to take the place of marble Clay modeling in schools is condemned by doctors as being worse than slates for transmitting infectu diseases A black lily or tulip with a flower eight inches in diameter has been foundon the island of Luzon in the Philippines er The Duke of Portlands picture to covedrs It ing the finest private gallery in the and The sight of birds is extraordinary p the the simple fact that the eye of a or pigeon is larger than the brain gives some idea of what an powers of vision must be rain The largest picture ever painted been completed by a French Illit after eight years labor T subject is the funeral of M d the camas measures 1t0squa yardsThe biggest leaves in the world those of the Inaj palm which grows on the banks of the Amazon have reach a length of thirty to fifty and from ten to twelve feet in pejItperor repealed the law forbidding Japanese subjects to leave their country In 1900 there were I 124000 Japanese living abroad fifteen of whom were in Russia V mil Marriage We have been asked if marriage is failure We have not found it so dont know what our better half thinks of it Our opinion is that on such when a man marries a sealskin and on a coonskin income does he marriage a failuroIJOyster Shortcakes Make a rich light baking powder and bake Flicakeis taken from the oven Scald the n t milsIThl Ger fact no does onfuls of flour and stir into If onehalf cups scalded bo and stir until it thickens milkf lint tablespoonful butter to the oyster i1 M vu t alt and t r mire expected to answer y Ayers Take cold easily Throat I tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then n cough means n great Cherry Pectoraldeal to you Follow your takeJ0prevents par 40 yet I hue ilMmlKl on AreraCherry rlral tar rmuht anl rotiU I rail iirenctlieiii week Inner11 taA lluniKSon sauna Mlcli ATllllrOoL rrw Weak Lungs Ayors Pills Incronso tho activity of recovcryIncayenne and let get hot Add the oysters and cook until the edges curl Then lay the oysters on the layers of butter shortcake add the liquor to the sauce blend thorough ly and pour over the oysters then add another layer of the shortcake then one of the oysters and pour sauce over the whole Sprinkle with n little minced parsley and serve very hot This is delicious BREECHLOADING LIFE GUN Young Yale Mans Contribution of the Life Saving Service young Yale man Francis Balls of the class of 1S90 says the icKanso City Star has invented a modern breechloading life line firearm worthy ofthe corps which is to use it and destined wonderfully to increase the efficiency of the life saving service The operation of the life gun when n vessel has been wrecked on rocknear the shore is a simple process for it is used to shoot a line to the ship where it is made fast while the shore end is elevated by means of great braces forming a tripod when it is then anchored in the earth Why a muzzle loading gun which would not be as good for this pur pose as the most highly improved breechloader may not at first be apparent but it must be borne in mind that the value of the whole equip ment depends upon the forteveljto destruction and its crew closer hjoccur storms and the darkness of night reguardless of time or weather- it then becomes necessary to load old style muzzle loading guns with powder bags usually unprotected while its open bore points to upward angle permitting the to pour into it its closed breech naturally forming a receptacle for fretstoffrwasj it Excusable I A great many people in Russia write never learned to read and I Well answered the indolent if you had ever tried to I the language you wouldnt blame themixSalvoFor Piles Burns Sores j n IN THE FOREST IPHONE Lumbering on the IDIg Blackfoot in Mon I tana Woods IUp in the dense timber along the I Big Blackfoot in Montana where the logs are cut that keep tic big mills at Bonner in motion the traveler is often siirpitd as he journeys through the logging district to see small telephone stations located at intervals in the forest Thore are several of these stations and they enable the loggers to keep in touch with the mills and when the drive is in progress with the river men as they chose the logs down the ajvastan accident or any other trouble they are of inestimable value Throughout the forests from the St John to Vancouver lumber I camps belonging to the sane interests Ire connected by telephone I the lines running thence to the saw j mills or wood pulp works at frontier towns from which communication can be had even with the metro polisieach lumber interest to maintain a force of couriers like the voyagers of the Hndson Bay company and these hardy men would travel Liven tyfive miles a day through the wil detract over rough forest petite Now the mill calls each camp at stated hours mid receives reports and gives instructions to the fore men Letters are read to men snowed in the forest fifty or n hun dred miles away and answers rcI Our facilities enable us to furnish cameras of the highest grade at prices which cannot be met Send for illustrated catalogue telling all about our 27styles and sizes Free as to RST BOTTLE FREE Ir ou DrCullltdlGtrman LlrrrPowdtr man Llrer whatever In and what It can do To It places jou under s No ono can such nn nod lie fair to himself Thnvrryof the offer mutt convince you that Dr Grkledrs German n rte claim would outcry not for n bottle German Liter Powder is sold In dove sues 25c and I dictated by the lumbermen to a stenographer v ho them in the office and then nails them In tHeir homes The relative conUni meat among the men which Is estab lished by this frequent communini tion is highly advantageous to tin working force and therefore to UK employers Topic Tips Combs conic in sets of five Pongee spriuKed with flowers i newMannish waistcoats of white pique are to be wool The waistcoat impel like a mr pUce is popular A hat of ailkpoppim shading fnuti pink to tai attractive The embroidery counters an enough to tempt a woman to riotou extravaganceWonderful variety is shown in tin little boleros that finish most of the linen frocks The girl who an opera cloak around induylight is an occasional incongruity Spring tootles give boleros preccti once to boleros and belted coat with funny little basque Up Channel business nt the pump house on Kentucky river several days ago says the Anderson News mounted hi horse and went to Tyrone at which point he rode out on the river and then rode on the ice all the way t the pump huuse n distance of about one mile and returned by the route While many people have rid den across the river in former yearn this is the first time the memory uf the oldest inhabitant that anyone hens ridden up mid down the riv er for so great a distance o Photography for the AMATEURat Half its Former Cost American JR- CAMERA oPlale superintendI The t and CamerasGenuinely in every detail Film or Plates as you choose new models l 4x5POCOJ I MFG CO 946 St Paul zanrrsart St N Y I NOTHINGInllypepsta Indigestion Biliousness Malaria the and Kidneys NervousDysentery of bilious and Sick Headaches Diarrhoean type we will give you an order on your druggist and pay him for n bottle of Carlsfedts German Liver Powder lour tree proposition nccd thepon 14sPowder accentnbllipttloM sIck IIcllloct offer readerWo pay YauwuntthoscrusulWsuuwanttowc14 Carlstedts transcribes sjKirts Rides River saiiu within famous Poco Buck Eye American Absolutely 480 I AMERICAN CAMERA Rochester Constipation Liver COUPONForthlsotterto The American Iharmaral Co Uvannllle tad nnd moll DIydIse tao In- IIyou vonevertrialJIrOarletedtRnrrmanJverPowderbut11 w N w W MN MNNn j e- I fJUre 11011 tt Uh plalal For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I 1 141KENTUCKYS LUST CITY Martinsville Founded in 1785 Deserted And Lost Once Had More Than a ThousandI Inhabitants On a ren River Victor nnnlder We have read stories how in Indent times cities were obliterat and their identity lost but in our new and progressive America v few places that ever grew to a size have been entirely doeertcd a their very existence almost f rgotI ten So far as the modern history of our State is concerned there isof only one place in Kentucky whi reached the proportions of a ci yl that hits passed from the memory man Martinsville ofI I Tlnscity at one time could boa5tl of her three hundred residences fleets of flat boats that plied the r er her great warehouses and ii hundletllsoulsflowing storehouses and surrou ed by thousands of acre of tho most fertile fanning Innds in the worM j Jt1RdIuallyquick into the heavens of the i dead Mnrtinavilie was founded in the l spring of 17KX It ww located i the north brink of Barren river in Warren county some twenty miles east of Bowlinjr Gree The place j P r was that skilled and took its name from Hut Martin a hardy tvoiuer IIfrtlntlelVirginia came U Kentucky in 177711 and settled at Boonesboro a friend and companion of DAnial1t Boone and materially aided thutjt great explorer in conquering i wilderness and opening to clvlllmI 1 tion a vast domain of untold wealth I In the fall of 1777 Boone Martin McFaddin and others left the infant settlement at Boonesboro and sot out on ft journey into the wilds of the unexplored west They crossed the divide passed through what are Green Adair Cumberland and Bar ren counties und came to the Indian house on Barren river in Warren county From that point they scour ed the larger part of Warren and 1 Allen countie in quest of game In December they returned to tho set tlcments where on account of hos tility of the savages they were com pelted to remain for some time During the interim Martin kept his t minds eye on the fertile valley down on the beautiful Wahriho BnrrentI river determined to journey thitherri as eaten as the disturbed state of the natives would allow Accordingly in March 1785 1 put his resolutions into effect and Eet out with his family and possesbl sions in n caravan train for the shores of the Wahrihe With him came Andrew McFaddin Stephen f Claypool Charles Dabney and fifteen mother families McFaddin settled on Barren river four miles east of the present city of Bowling GreenIr His place was known as McFad t dins Station and was located onin the farm now owned by Mr Emmet Logan Ruins qf this old station still visible Claypool settled on theI J south side of the river one mile from was Martinsville Dabney took up land in the Bend four miles abov- Itjartinsville 0 In nil seventeen granisof were issued to settlers on Barren river in the County of Kentucky 0 by Patrick Henry who was the Governor of Virginia in the yea efrone that of Charles Dabney dated plliHut Martin settled on the nort bluff of the river above the large Sold t spring which is known today as i Martinsville spring Four other families built their cabins on lots or 1 grantSadjoining Martins thus 1forming the nucleus for a village settlers were prosperouss stlJi i settlements steadily In 17110 Ma i tinsville had grown from a stockade by 3 of four cabins to a town of 300 in habitants Game was abundent und din l iil j THE MARRIAGE QUESTION- ed The professor who announced flat love and romance die out with the sound of the wcddlsgbe110 woe the first to sum the vonmnryfewcrnyprecelltllKnhnrs of the wile mother or il uiKhtcr PoclnrPicrLentirely of roots and hcrbt without the u c alcohol cured niitrty citflit percent o cosec After u thin cta con at ftoie when mrdicinn are Ila k Hl liy over hallclledIreranrkohle tad diseaesalattained the proprietors sod makers of Ur INrscs Iivoiitc 1reinlptiuti now tee iiibarI riovre3501InmDrslitertlnlakeA Iic Iaorit Prescription weal women tronr wow titutcdiclnee wornn r j the soil yielded bountiful harvests Corn and tobacco wore the chief products FlatboaU were built anon three valuable commodities wee snipped by water to New Orleans The little village on the hill above Barren river soon leeatnt a busy mart and in the year 1709 had a popI elation of 600 souls Over 800 flat Ixwta were loaded and floatedJ from tit point to Now an nuallyIll tux C1 pools atxsu while of considerable impor were left far behind in thee race rui COlhmercial centers with their sister settlement at Martins villc In 1800 Martinsville was the metropolis of Warren county and with a stondily increasing population promised to be the place of first 5m portanco in Southwestern Kentucky Wealth continued to pour into the coffers of the industrious husbands men and the stanch captains of the river craft Business increased as the population incrcasedlarge ware houses were built substantial resi doors were erected and more boats wore launched The index pointed toward prosperity and happiness Those were the golden daysdays of peace health and plenty j Soon utter the death of Martin the founder of the city other old pioneers passel away in rapid succor ciao The energy of tho people was broken One by one the fleet of tboats sunk to the bottom of the to rot one by one the people perished houses were desertedand the homes of n onto happy people tobecome resting places for beta and i owls The hum and whirl of the workmen was heard no more business was paralired tho river ceased to carry its freight Desolu j lingand ruin seized the place which i said was scourged of GotljThe buildings crumbled and streets became a garden of weeds I860 a party of roisters dared to face the spooks which walked abroad I the desolate places end after a I night of revelry tore the old Martin theirIleft in tho once busy find popu lous city of Martinsville Today only the gloomy graveyard and piles debries remain to mark the old town site s Deserved Popularity j Liverrs ow and acting as a tonic to the liver Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are mild and harmless but effective sure Their universal use for ofhby Z Wayne Griffin Bro rtfordmMost Deadly of Poisons saidIincurable idiocy can be manufactured by two Italians and no one else in the world Dhatoora is a poison used in in It too produces incurable t A I 4 idiocy A British army officer told me of a sad casea case of two rival tailors one of whom gave the other a small dose of dhatoora The vieI tim of the drug remained an idiot all the rest of his life He sat and moved his empty hands as though ho were sewing He was a formidable rival no longer- Mercaaptan produces a melanch- ly so great as to terminate nearly 11Is ways in suicide No government would permit the manufacture and sale of this poison Dhatoora mercury methidemer r captan and some twenty other pai sons are neither made nor sold any public way They are only experimented with Such poisons would be formidable weapons in u scrupulous hands Driving the victims to suicide or to insanity they leave behind them nothing sus givertaar of of punishment Hence it is no wonder is it that- i the learned men who know such poi rSons keep their knowledge to them selves If dhatoora for instance were obtainable think how our ourIIBad breath belching of gas and sour are all duo to Indigestion Kodol Dyspepsy Cureisaguar anteed cure L A Soper of Little Rock Iy writes us We feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure irvcsall the commendation that can be given it gIerl o is now six and we have kept it for her constantly but of course she on ly takes it now when anything disagree with her Kodol is the best medicine in the world for Indi guton Dyspepeia and all stomach troubles A trial of this greatest of digestante will convince any who ffer Good for young and old Sold by Z Wayne Grillin S Bro m Small Boy Catches Eagle Jackson Medlock aged thirteenLIarc years has come suddenly into no tericty in these parts by capturing and killing a mammoth eagle says tl jjThissteel trap which Jackson had set for smaller game The eagles foot was caught fast and tight in the trap which was so fastened to the ground that it w impossible for it to fly away wit it When first discovered the rag showed fight but on account of its imprisoned condition was not n- blSEED e E i j T I ME of QSe stcspcrienccdfarmer has learned that some grains require far differ ent soil than others i some crops need differ cnthandling than others He knows that a great deal depends upon right planting at the right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use ofcomplaining in summer about a mistake made in the spring Decide before the seed is planted T3 e besttime to reme dy wasting conditions in the human body is be j fore the evil is too deep rooted At the first evidence of loss of flesh j Cat Scotts Emulsion should be taken imme diately There is noth ing that will repair wasted tissue more lostI A rll It nourishes and buildsailup the body when ordinary foods absolutely fail We tfin sentyea a sample frte the Peplclurepf a label U on tho everybottleyou bllYPeman BOWNECHEMISTS case 409 Pearl Street you NEW YORK ofII iii its 1 f u to harm the boy who finally succeed ed in killing itlThe eagle measured seven feet from tip to tip but only weighed eight pounds being greatly emaciat ed probably on account of the long cold spell which deprived it of its accustomed rations 0ATouching Story the saving from death of the baby girl of Geo A Eyler Cumber land Md He writes At the age of 11 months our little girl was in declining health with serious Throe Trouble and two physicians gave inher up We were almost in despair when we resolved to try Dr Consumption Ioudrperfect health Never fair to re AtZ50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bot tie free m Danger in Little Sleep Many energetic people seem to think that they can steal from their nights rest to accomplish the work Sometimes it is unfavorable as when a student has to prepare for exami nations and occasionally it probably does no harm but the regular practice of sitting up until all hours of the night is one of the silliest things a sensible person can do An authority says There is no overstep ping of the limit which is more dan gerous than that of doing work which curtails sleep It is a common thing for girls in college and students in professional schools to loose sleep by working until after midnight A certain well known oculist in speaking of this practice said that he and his brother entered college together that he himself worked like a grind and was graduated with honors while his brother was always at the foot of the class Now he added my eyesight is forever impaired and my health is delicate while my brother has made fully as much of a Success in life as I though in a different walk and his eyes and health perfect and likely to remain so until a good old age The end for which schools are es tablished namely a useful career lifts defeated when one starts weak eyes and tired overwork ed nervous system Of course there is such a thing as to much sleep but it is a decided mistake to rouse up an energetic J schoolhwouldlewhile you work and rest while you rot is a good motto for all indus j trious young people Italys WatchtuI King A good story is told of the King of Italys zeal for efficiency at the time his succession to the throne His Foreign Minister Signor Prinetti ask him to sign a decree for the augmentation of the Foreign Office j air The King promised to think matter over and the next morn ing sot out alone on foot to pay a visit to the office Arriving at 9 oclock he found no one there A long search unearthed n solitary I clerk who was smoking cigarettes What King From 8 to 12Iwas the reply And when expect to see your colleages They generally turn up about 11 1 Very well When i your chief comes tell him that I have been here And when his Majesy sent for Signor Prinetti and sum estedI that instead of asking for should make it his business to see I that the existing clerks attended to their dutiefc n I rrh a Disease of The System I p = Catarrh1Whorovor Catarrh is a systemic disease cu 11remedydirectly at the depressed nerve centers This is what Peruna does Peruna immediately invigorates the i nerve centers which give vitality to r mucous membranes Then ca tarrh disappears Then catarrh isI fIfresults from the use at once to Dr ofIgiving a full statement of and he will be pleased to give 4j his valuable advice gratis I Address Dr Hartman President The Hartman Sanitarium Colunv 1 Ohio AlcilefaldelreparalionfurAs similaling ilieroodandncgitla liiig the StouiacJs dDo rlsof u n Promotes DigcslioaChecrful ness and ReslContalns neither 1 OjriumMorplune nor fuerah OTIC rorConslip1non WbnnsConvulsoiisFcverish ness and Loss OF Sup Facsimile Signature of c4NEW VOUIC I JEXACT COPY OF WRAPPER H 1 For t THE etaACA IOMAar NEW roar vier Jf lLltI I I The of the Why nocaussIt cures completrlj oDd nt ones It relieves the I nng of n tiring cnn he cured by n imrplca operation lint you would tether have rUM cured without the knife lUItlllS 1OSITIVK riLKCURB will do It Made only by the Leltcbflrld PnarmuciilCo Inc Iorealeby J H Ky p 1 OIl TO BE OF BE business can be used every day and is the best of in owe success to a course in We teach and Business 1 Arithmetic Commercial Law Banking Shorthand and Actual Business practice Patronag Cheap Board Tuition Write for catalogue Address IND OR KY When t H even If they I r 0 Tlicyuronuit ilcu i I + L LtMtaaptt stwh Solit l rs oa i a i Ior CUttlojm 0 SIK I flits ear I slew Cta i- Hj151giutJC fggy CASTOR I For Infants and e Kind You Have Always Bears the of I CATORIA Ynfanto and Children I 1ti Have AI val ZhR Bears f Signatureof In UseI jr For Thirty Years CASTORIA a = Lr 1iMlnJJJ Harris Positive Pile Cure Biggest Seller Age delltbfAltenseedlPile WILLIAMS Hartford VALUE MUST USEFUL education therefore education obtainable Hundreds graduates permanent positions their LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE thoroughly practically Bookkeeping Penmanship Spelling Correspondence Typewriting Large Reasonable LOCKYEARS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE HOPKINSVILLE You knhesfukerub 1jt rbc- gusitt3tcaooeett Ifit tttabejtnlgmstlcu AChildren Bought Signature The You Over BUSINESS W tarpiN good as the bos and prices as- ehllllES th cheapest Give us your order ami bn cnnviiHrpcT AiVYBODIr to re ay fib t ruI il U iiTUV r4oUr t It 11 r bit er O y 110 wrunecra at ill c h teLLr fir Irot NIt IH r i mirrttr tt xt 0 talaeln e W eunurlrenC- atSTJVL lrSfILESPL3TOLS eAND4pvtlracdt 3TEVENS FIREARMS l iro e ldr 1pwtn emote nnt bml rro1teNAu tem i wr rouelogyu i It D n i thatMeshoal Irain yon tw to are 1 reIQ lfl time boa l J 3TSVEN3 ARMS 0 TOOL COP O Boa 4072 Chlcopoo Falls Mass US A +tdY+H +oiotH +io o 7 iHH + FEMACULSluoyromedlerfor- emnlollbatesenreunthemnrtethut 1tho only one that haipruv ntob innti oliUandp04ltlr riir terallrtntnfFaNnlATrnuhlola KKilAClJlA FIpalx trill will ionVlnni l hs men skeytlptUd Ito Himont nil ntculoulsuutltepowera Sludsonly hrrhtltlTl1a9tiLUPlfanueCarni flord rir1ly J H rtLllj Hnrtf rr rr edbit +tdfhatJroH+ i o + oe yr r4 tI f jGrpta r JnSriYw a a- S 1 O 1 fs1 Hartford Republican Moedbytbo Unrtlonl InlillohlDg Company I ixcoiirnRiyicD t I C E UTIIElllorf E3tf C crlancS3C OUCh 17r2-rt J t FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 I r 1REPUBLICAN TICKE- TtC f t FOR nEIIlESEVTATIVB I rCHARLES C BEARD If1 FOR COUNTY JUIKli t ti W B TAYLOR I I FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK I IWS TIHSLEY i 1 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY K M WOODWARD j FOR SHERIFF R B MARTIN roll JAILER I OSCAR MIDRIFF FORSUPERINTENIIENTOFSCIIOOLSJAMES FOR ASSESSOR SAM W LEACHI FOR SURVEYOR yNATHANIEL MOXLEY FOR CORONER JEROME ALLEN rilll MAfllSTUATK We are authorlied to nnnonDC JOHN M SIIULTZ al a candidate for the office of Mafrii Irate of the Cromwell dUtrlct subject to the lit tlonot the Republican party We are authorized to nnonnce MACK COOKt ai candidate for the offlc of Magistrate Cromwell dlttrtct subject to the action of Re inbUcan party PUBLIC ROADS The Hartford Herald out of its immensity of wisdom breathes forth the fTheof tbe leaN cat DOt act ai road W Jo rlton and alo tht a eonty tanSaperIc but one Saperrlior and tbli mnkM duty ot tbe FUcal Court of Ohio I to select a man for thin IU DextrE thmeetingably call a special session of the court for thli purpose an soon ai theweatberopenj liP 1 Tbg courts have decided that Jus i tices of the Peace cannot Set as Mod supervisors and that a Countyb i Judge cannot collect extra pay I supervising the roads This how v ever does not preclude him from 1supervising the roads as County is Judges have always done The f Court of Appeals in a case appealed from Daviess county where the County Judge had been allowed a salary for supervising the roads saysI is true under section 4313 Ken tucky Statutes the Fiscal Court in stead of appointing a supervisor A may authorize the County Judge to let out the working of the roads but i in that event he acts as County Judge and not as supervisor and is entitled to no additional compensa tion for his services the other duk ties imposed upon the supervisorsa being in that event discharged by the road overseers in their respective precincts And again by Section 1313 Kentucky Statutes the Fiscal er I Court is not authorized to appoint a supervisor under any circumstances I unless the roads are worked by taxa tion which is not the case in Ohio county The Herald is evidently mistaken when it says the Fiscal I Court of Ohio county must select a supervisor of roads at its next meet ing It has no authority to do so unless a system of working the roads by taxation is also established and then it is not compelled to do so and incur a needless expense if itth Iwouldthe County Judgeacting in his as such authorized by law and the decision of the Court of Ap peals to perform the duties that are tjTheticular when it assumes that County Miller can and will call a session of the court for the tlspecial of electing a supervisor of S The law in effect provides ti the roads are worked t f by taxation and a supervisor is elect ed it must be done by the FIscalp i II l 11Courtat a regular term er that vacancies in the office shall bect e filled by appointment by the County a L J1 until the next regular session 4 Fiscal Court 1Judge are Ug we see it not more j D y reasons for the Heralds if h tt idiversions It has either been mis 1Is S It J I P R- tliU rrrs la yttuutrIIiAR e joori informed or it is clearing the waye for some Democrat to land jobof Supervisor of roads in Ohio county at a good salary The first is not a plausible reason for the pro prietor of the Herald is a lawyer and exCounty Attorney of the county and the editor is a man of years of experience and learning How could it arise from misinformation That the public roads should be improved is apparent to most people but let us have it done in a judicious and am icable way and with as little expense as possible But dont get the idea that the law compels the Fiscal Court to elect a supervisor of roads in any event and bear in mind the further fact that the Fiscal Court is not authorized to elect a supervisor until the tax system of working the roads is established TilE Atlanta Georgia Constitution says A tree in Kentucky is said to talk Maybe there is a moonshine cave under its roots and the trunk may be hollow enough afford a convenient chimney an speaking tube A talking tree Georgia would likely be a conifero cypress with a typical lyncher securely hidden in its boughs BECAUSE a conductor of the Chicago City Railway squeezed a pretty girls hand who was a passenger the company will be forced to pay 999 damages It is quite likely if he had stepped on the young ladys foot it would have cost 1000 THE Oklahoma man who killed his friend because he presented himI with a bible as a Christmas gift will be hanged as the last relic ofbarbar- ism before the new State enters the Union MOST married men are happier bachelors says a writer The most married man Johann Hoch who we have noted does not sec very happy just now A GIRL has been arrested i Wilkesbarre Pa because she spent 50 in hats If the precedent is the police in all cities will e busy TilE weather has taken so many within the past few weeks at there is some apprehension about its recovery from this spell Titfi proposition of the Governor of Colrndo to otTer a reward for every Udulnt voter would evidently the States treasury lforTilE law the pun ishment of the disorderly In Lou ville it is turned against the one that discloses lawlessness EVIDENCES so far are that the ground hog theory is entirely correct THE NEW PHILOSOPHY Synopsis By a Scholarly Gen tlcman Who Has Given the Subject Much Thought Editor REPUBLICANWill you bind e enough to allow me to call th- ttention e of your readers to a new book on The New Philosophy which the author announces he will mailI free and postage paid to every who wil ask for it The book is by Arthur Crane o Palo Alto Cal and its nine chapters ate headed The Order of the Inefinite Mans Place and Power TheIPrinciples of Harmony The the Understanding Unselfishness Peace Be Unto You Modern Mo lechs The Attitude of Health LoveThe PheInomcnonesis that it results from a higher voltage as the telephone from a lower voltage of electricity From the low voltage of the telephone battery to the powerful voltage of Marconi battery the author sees ascending stale which in the fine matter of the human brain ree suits in the phenomenon of thought The imperfections of the human character the author assumes are the result of a resisting medium this removed the positive voltage I becomes infinite and the character Whatever notions the readr may form about this theory he question the authors privilege to inquire into such an inviting I 4O AIA f Td t x ear the Aits Kind YOU Hate Always BfJgtt lgnatte c1 TFOBDY businessSpuare FAIRS STORE NEWS FAIRS DEPARTMENT STORE FEBRUARY 1905 MARKET ST HARTFORD KY Just a good reliable store A store to which you trot tel ephono your orders or send your youngest child and have as careful attention g your wishes as if hero in person Thats this Store Spring Ginghams A line that wo are proudof and justly so because the line comprises tlw best the mark earlyd Aut A variety of styles for IUL- Come and see them Shoe Department Those who patronize us regularly can readily testily to tho wearing qualities oi our entire line Priesmeyei Shoes for Ladies and Chil drentho Victor Shoe for men None better made Try a pair and you will have IllI other Domestic Department themstandard brands of Muslins PrintsnApron Check Ginghams etc at the lowest possible pries Ladies Skirts By cautious buying we are able to show you a clean fresh oflshblthis month only we give you choice of our 2 Skirts for 130 our 5350 Skirts fur 229 Its Ito your interest- to buy now and buy from us Corset Specials With the two wellknown brands the American Lady and E G we should bo 5 in a position to suit the taste G of any lady Visit this department if you desire a Corset that wears and fits well Price SOctoSlOO 1 5 Wo are trying hard to run 1 frocaulI befmore anxious to correct the than you may be to- ave usJI field of inquiry in which so little is knownIn second chapter Mr Crane to persuade his reader that pain is but a concept of the mind and that the mind has power to rise above material circumstances and traditional thought Iconfess that am unable to follow his reasoning- in this chapter and must leave the to draw his own conclu sionsThe third chapter en harmony deals not with a theory but with a fact worthy of the thoughtful at tention cf tvery sober mind It brings to our minds ore of those immortal truths which we seem to have known all our lives and yet- I expected to answerkYijjViit ui u We have opened up an entirely new department which we have called our ECONOMY BASEMENT 1in 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 beaters Fine tea strainers Fine wire teapot stanct Soap savers Good curry combs Roll picturo wire Heavy screen dour springs Heavy door bolt rood screw drivers Handy monkey wrench Fire shovels Cako Williams shaving soap Bottle perfume Big piece glassware Can openers Cork screws Lamp Burners Store lifters Box of paper Big tablets Shawl straps Mixing spoons Plain dairy pans Wash basins Dust pansIFancy trays Wooden perforated chair seats Rolling Pins Towel Rollers Lace shelf Paper Brushes of various sorts Flue Stoppers C Cake Cutters Garden Trowels 00 good smooth pinks dozen clothes pins Box scented Talcum powder Bottle best Vasoleno lions good mixed Sox dozen Masons jar rings cakes ironing wax yard shelf oil cloth Piu cClepo tissue paper Brass curtain rolls Ladles alllinen hemstitched handkerchiefs Pretty pieco of opalescent glassware u good hemstitched handkerchiefs dozen good pearl buttons Pocket comb in case of You a of merchandise OfJtheirwould make the book a treasure The Use of the Understanding is an appeal for a larger popular intel ligence The makes a culti vated intelligence the power of self control Without which the accomplishments are of attainment Mans moral and ethical attainments are made largely de pendent upon the measure of his in telligenceThe chapter Unselfishness is in some respects the best of the series Selfishness is discordand discord whether in the mind of one man or in the intercourse of men is as harsh as a discord in music The 1JVLL JLfwIfs M a4r E w aa GafiF1 4 uKit dk Y Worth 15c and 20c forI lOc Heavy wire broilers Good currycombs Heavy extension curtain rods loud heavy padlock Large screw drivers Kitchen scales with pan Leamon squcecrs Fire shovels Feather dusters Mincing knives Gas tapers Cake Pears soap I cake soap Extra largo pieces of glass ware some worth 2fe Opalescent ware assorted pat terns Usefulsink strainers Rattan carpet beaters Box of paper Shawlstraps Bread knives Ice cream dishers Tin saucer pans Tin preserve kettles Soap dishes Heavy dust pans Comb and brush trays Iuflin pans dippdrs Milk strainers Wooden chopping bowls Towel racks Towel rollers Slop holders Hat and coat racks Extra good scrub brushes 50 foot braided clothes lino Vim rat traps 1 largo matted picture Box Violet talcum powder Alcoholstove lIens fancy embroidered hose Ladies fast black hose loud whisk broom Good dressing comb New pearl waist sets Boys base ball masks Ladies pad front hose supporter Ladies or childs good side supporter Yard of wide fancy neck rib bon And lots other items can get wheel barrow load good for SOc author meanest difficult toilet Gluts harmony of human intercourse as satisfying as the harmony of music can be broken only by selfishness For the authors power to graspand strength to state a truth note this quotation If we are known to be spiteful to those who deserve it peo pIe will let us alone But philoso bylovetime and trouble to build up a self protective reputation Again If a charitable disposition ben desira ble acquisition how should we go about it to acquire such a frame of thoroughly Out of regard for the editors do main of space I shall forego my first I c+af White Goods Our new spring lino is tlut prettiest that wo have tvn shown Now eTocts in HUT eerixed Jaquards Etamim DeSoic Mercerized llatiu Corded Muslins Mercerized Grenadine Persian Iavn Kinney IMqueeIvoryInqiumls I Mercerized Poplins etc If its Whito Goods conu to set us Spring Embroideries Undoubtedly the birgt t and cheapest lino that will lie shown in Hartford Not old patterns this years produc tion at a low price Its certainly cheap when you can buy Embroid 1 A cryas wide as 10 in for 1 Ut- Wo have thorn i Spring Silks This means Now Silk Now Shades bought at priiis that make competition win dor Silks for Waists Silks lilt Suit will be in tho iuw dency this spring Wo bate v 9curCome and see thorn before buying Dress Goods t- Our Spring Lino is just inV 1 Comopsing all tho now shacks e in the late wears 10111q what wo can gether Sicillians und Panama Cloth are tho favorites Wo have a strong lino from 50c to Too infancy and plain Como and see thom or write for samples Spring Shirts Entirely new patterns No modover dirly stmk Cliiin iVish desirable gold everyone a beauty and a lir jniin Fur this month our llIji lire line of TocShirtn for lc p OUt lot of mens good work Shirt sizes Mi to 17 regular iic values fur llc Winter Underwear To oloso our Underwear t1 ttire Iout wo have reduinl our stock of Mens lleay Fleeced Garments from SOc to loc Our liens Fleece l r Ribbed Gamier ts now HI Lades 2oc vests now lOc intention to review briefly e chl chapter but I hope I havealready excited the interestof such of your readers as between times with the broadest and deepest problems of human affairs The New Philosophy may l a had for the asking by addressing the author Arthur Crane Palo Alto It is not the purpose of this note to encourage indiscriminate orders for the book because it is given away but to those whd feel any interest iUj tho subjects treated by the author glad to send his book postage paid without one cent of pay His pull pose is to contribute the sum of human knowledge and elf human happiness J1 4 M S Iii lfY aVYfi ar fi Ak 4 Iwn V 1 i iIi ROYAL Baking Powderr1 Makes Clean Bread With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest facilitysweet clean healthful food Full instructions in the cc Royal Baker and Pastry Cook book for making all kinds of bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to anyaddress ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK E P BARNES BRO I LitR Stoves are the Housewifes Friend Wo have sold the 0 K lino of Cooking Stoves for quito a 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 stovo 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 Garhatts Oueralls and JacMr Arc strong protection and ov erlasting economy tb tho work ing man The fit neatly and wear satisfactorily They are good for tho farmer the met othIIP I IJ p1 SURGED UN10NMRDE GLOVES II A good wearing and good fitting I Glove is one that should earnestly boIfor by every er ofGlVes Glove has fully demonstrated its popularity by repeat ed purchases by constant wearers of Gloves Buy one r pair and your Glove business is ours Price ono dollar I i Beaver Dam Ky r U The City Restaurant Cannot afford to bo outdone by its larger neighbors in cutting prices sq it offers tho following unheard of bargains for tho balance of this year A 50c Quart of Oysters for Half a Dollar A 25c Steak Meal for a Quarter A 25c Fish Meal for a Quarter A lOq Bowl of Soup for a Dime A lOc Hot Lunch for a Dime A 6c Cup of Cofleo for a Nickel A 5c Sack Hot Peanuts for a Nickel A 5c Cup Hot Chocolate for a Nickel V v to the hundreds ofbargains as w This is only a pointer every thing goes in the same proportion Como early and avoid the rush a ih ae t tV y tJ Hartford Republican h FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 Illinois RallroadTIOolTabo nrlli llniiiMl Xo Mi iluc 122 Rill pmNo 11111111tntend Vol2l 1u UM n m No lilt dim SU p HU No 111 durlHOp m Carson Bros pay cash for Furs For good things to eat go to the City Restaurant H A Wedding Adaburg called to see us last Friday J E Park Clear Runwas a pleas ant caller Wednesday Charley Kimbley Smallhouscalled to see us while in town Tuesday Miss Fannie Cox fell while skating last Saturday and sprained her anklelLeave your laundry at Cleve Her s grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery4GtfNabisco Cheese Sandwich Fruit Cake Almonds BonBons at City Res taurant Misses Lula Sandbach Eva Rag land and Ara Miller were pleasant callers Saturday Fresh Oysters Fish Celery and Cranberries constantly on hand at City Restaurant Messrs E M Woodward and E G Barrass were in Taylor Mines on business yesterday Creap Cheese Brick Cheese Sau sage Boneless Ham Dried Beef and Crackers at City Restaurant Miss Arbie Brown is quite ill at the home of her sister Mrs Isaac Foster at the New Commercial Ho tel Bringyour furs to Sam Bach the Hartford merchant He ill take all youve got and pay you the highest cash price Tom Wand foreman of TIlE REPUBLICAN typographical force spent the first of the week at his home at Morgantown Cashier J C Riley of the First National Bank fell on the ice last Saturday sustaining painful injuries He is improving Esq Jas A Park has been the gue3t of his family here since last week He has been assigned to the Uniontown distillery the largest in the district Mr Rowan Holbrook and father I W 0 Holbrook have purchased the Heflin farm onl Rough river two I miles west from Hartford Consid eration 4440 v Countv Attorney Barnes left last Thursday for Louisville and Frankfort where he went to take depo sitions in suits with which heftas legal connection Hereturned Wednesday i Mr A E Ellis has been employed BuCordlHealways in demand A good salary has beep guaranteed to him by the patrons the school County Secretary Richard Side nius and wife Grossic Williams and Robert Bennett Jr left yesterday to attend the State Convention of I the Y M C A at Owensboro Quite a number of others are going today I Mr J R Austin died at his home i at Beaver Daft last Friday after a brief illness of pneumonia Funeral services conducted by Rev J H Burnett were held at the Beaver Dam Baptist church next day after which his remains were interred in the Beaver Dam cemetery He leaves a wife and four children The McHenry Amateur Dramatic Company will open at the New Opera House in McHenry Saturday night Fehruaiy 18 in the thrilling drama A Womans Honor benefit of the Odd Fellows and Red Mens Hall The members of this company are all home talent and have heen rehearsing for two months and can assure you that they will please their patrons They have five or six pleasing and laughable specialties between acts Also an orchestra j of five pieces They deserve a pack ed house General admission 50 cents 1 1 Wilson Shown Beda called to see WednesdayTry Drinksso good City Restaurant Try our Pickled Pigs Feetfine City Restaurant Nicest line of Fruits and Candies in Hartford at City Restaurant Mrs C 11 Barnett who has been quite illnt her home on Union street for the past few days is im proving Attorneys D Ringo M L Heav rin and W H Barnes were in Fords ville yesterday taking depositions in cases pending in Circuit Court An error occurred last week in the report of the common sohool gradu ates Miss Eddith Duke of Palo should have been included in the list The Ladies Aid Society met with Mrs Burnett Thursday evening Those present were Mrs Henry Fields Mrs Tom MarksMrs Alfred Hudson Mrs Wm Fair and Mrs Burnett The Board of Pension Examiners composed of Dr J S Smith Mc Henry Dr S D Taylor Beaver Dam and Dr S J Wedding Hartford held its regular meeting at the office of Dr Wedding Wednesday Dr E W Ford who has been suffering from a very severe attack of appendicitis since last Monday night is improving and attending physicians say it is likely that he will recover without an operation being performedOpera Hartford Friday and Saturday February 17 and 18 Bert Marshalls Comedians and the American Soprano Anna Golde Sweetest of all singers Prices 15c 25c and reserved seats 35 cents Show begins 730 oclock Mr J Henry Burnett business manager for the Baptist Book Con cern at Louisville and Prof George J Burnett President of the Liberty college at Glasgow were the guests of their father Rev J H Burnett last Friday and Saturday Buy our scholarship in the Massey Business College at Louisville It is good for either the commercial or shorthand department It entitles you to go as long as you want to Position guaranteed by this school Apply at REPUBLICAN office Mr Joe Reid Shultz one of the countys best citizens died at his home near Prentis last Wednesday night after a brief illness of pneu monia His sister who lives in Tex as was at once notified by wire and is on her way here and the funeral and burial will not take place until she arrives Interment will take place in the home burying ground when the sister arrives today or tomorrow The widow of the late J A Drake Mrs Eunice Drake died ather hope near Smallhous last Monday morn ing at 4 oclock On Thursday preceding at noon she gave birth to a girl baby and on Friday at 2 oclock she gave birth to a boy baby The boy diednext day but the girl still survived at last report The deceased was preceded to final rest by her husband only a few months he having died in November last The child was buried Saturday evening and the mother was buried Tuesday morning at Equality burying ground License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Raglandsince our last issue C Ollie Ward Whitesville to Averta Rock Magan R 0 McSher ry Horton to Susan V Mosley Hor ton Z Wayne Ellis Hartford to Blanche Greer Beda Samuel H Oglesby Centertown to Katie V Tinsley Beda THE A S OF E Second Meeting of County Union Held at Beaver Dam Last Saturday The second meeting of the County Union of the American Society of Equity was held at Beaver Dam last Saturday Early in the forenoon farmers from all parts of the county begart to arrive and by the time set for meeting a large crowd had assembled About three hundred of the coun tys most substantial farmer citizens were present The meeting was en i EVERYTHING GOING At prices that will eclipse all cut prices of the season This must be taken advantage of at once for it will speedily be snapped up ONLY 42C A SUIT For mens heavy Camel Hair Underwear I J ONLY 40C A PAIR orlIONLY 43C A PAIR I 75C11Gloves ONLY 38C EACHI realIlyleft ONLY 42C EACH For a good heavy work Shirt recently sold for 75c and 50c i ONLY 220 EACH For ladles fine heavy Un derdhirts worth 25c and 50c lose is your own i r thusiastic from the beginning and rousing speeches were made by eral members It agreed by the convention to still stand for prices on tobacco fixed by the Lynchburg were present from Daviess county and announced that the farmers their county almost to a man holding out for the The adjourned to meet at Saturday March llth What the Mill Co Sell All kind of Flour and Meal ail kinds of mixed and ground Feed Also Seed Oats and Hay you need in Spindle Bracket and Scroll work made to order We are pre pared to make any sort of odd size window or door All kinds of Builders Hard ware and Glass carried in us your plow points and have them for 25c Respy MILL CO Rtlthe T1iq famous llttlo pllla r ONLY For a nice black kersey cloth Overcoat one that was sold for 7 IONLy365cHOIOEi G were sold for 650 ONLY PAIR For a nice dress Shoe gen uine calf skin leather ONLY A PAIR For the i Pants always sold at 176 ONLY 70c A PAIR 9 For mens good Jeans Pants lined from top bottom ONLY EACH For the latent style Hut always sold fur 150 Dont thisoppor for it for interest Yours for E5e xgeiira6 Sam BachKy co rm- I Subscribe Now II Per Year in Advance sev was conyention Representatives of are pricesIFordsville Hartford Haslo Anything Building Material stockP SFarmersbrlng sharpenedthree HARTFORD Early Risers 375EACH 100A Sl34 genuine Mayf4 to 98C unity Hartford i GENERAL NEWS I Gathered From Various Sources CountryDrlefI t Items Kentucky Wesleyan College at Winchester was destroyed by fire with all its contents The loss a 75000 with insurance of20 000 It was the official school flf the Meth odists of Kentucky and West Vcr ginia The building was erected fn 1891 It is pointed out in Admtnistra n circles in Washington in defense t the Presidents position that io Hague treaty to which the Se gaveits approval gives the exec power to conclude a compromit iv t arbitration negotiation with o powers The word compromid which is French is dedai ed tf substahtially the meaning of agreement I I tL I Nasal CATARHIn iBOoltl be cleaullae- itElys I Cream Balm eleaoreootheaandhealatho Il turn catarrh and drlvti twoy a calil la the head qulclvr Cream Halm Is placed Into the nottrllf iprttdn I orcr the membrsno and li ttaorbeiL BellclU bia cure follows It is not djjlnsdoac roetIn Larga Slzo W cent tt DrIC0111foduCO Trial plzr 10 cents bj mall S3 Varteu Street New Yock ir 6 ai1 r 95rt Fiek e r i MARRIAGE IN MEXICO How the Engagement and Wed ding Ceremonies are Celebrated s Southern WorkDlRnI The Mexican people are hospitable P to a fault always welcoming their friends even though they have not enough to eat themselves And they religiously visit the sick including those who have contagious diseases yTheyare also addicted to public s cial functions the invariable mode of entertainment being the dance They are fond of music though not proficient in the art of making i 0I probably more from lack of opportunity than from lack of capacity The violin and guitar are the usual instruments of music the repertor of the local musicians being usually limited to a few tunes which are in equal demand for the dance and fo the funeral One of the most interesting and beautiful of the social functions is the prendorio When a young ma wishes to marry he asks for the of his choice of the parents not of the girl herself and if she is given the prendorio at once follows usher ed in by shooting and demonstra tion of joy The bride and bridegroom are publicly presented to their future parentsinlaw after which the company pass in procession in front of the couple each one drop ping a piece of money into the hands of the bride Then follows the inevitable dance This public betrothal- is considered almost as binding as marriage and I have heard of but one instance in which the compact was not kept the recreant bride groom in that case being visited with ostracism The betrothal is usually followed by marriage just as soon as the services of the priests can be secured The marriage ceremony is followed by a feast more notable for the abundance of things to drink than for things to eat and by the usual dance Indeed the festivities are often prolonged for several nights after the wedding Fiendish Suffering Is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Bucklens Arni ca Salve for Ulcers Sores and Can cers It is the best healing dressingj I ever found Soothes cuts burros and scalds 25c at ZIWayne Griffin S Bros drug store guaranteed m Vest Pocket Dinners 1 Itis said that a Germamstudentof1 food concentration has succeeded sol well with his experiments that a single small capsule now suffices forI a full meal and that ten seconds it the average time he spends at either his breakfast luncheon or dinnerJ The prediction is freely made that r within a few years we shall all be therefr will be no more our holds and the servant problem will be solved most beautifully Of course under these conditions there would be no more public dinners or J banquets of state our caterers would n be thrown out of employments andn the great hotels would become sim ply dormitories We would buy our meals at the drug stores and carry I them in our pockets The sign Quick lunch would disappear from our streets for we could all be walking restaurants t Whatever the posblbility of such a condition from ascientific standpoint there Is not the slightest clanger of i it realization within the lifetime of the present generation Most of us f to he frank are too fond of eating and drinking to bucontent with capsules repasts however convenient as r time savers The element of sociability too must be taken into con sideration The gathering of a fam ily about the table three times a day j J enjoyImentwhere good cheer should prevailll There are sufficient work for the distruction of home life II in these busy days without adding one more We fear the goodcap sule will be a long time achieving the popularity at present enjoyment byh I beefsteak and potatoesec Ills Memory Won There no clergyman who enjoys k ra story niiri than Bishop Pot tereverithoutfh it touches on affairs 1 of lnecfiur h leof the recent b occasionsVn wlch he indulged in a rl- I I hearty laugh was while listening the experience of a young man who is engaged in city mission work on the east side- Among those the young inission ary tried to interest in church work were two rather hardened characters who in their boyhood days had however attended Sunday school Oh thats till right boss said one I dont need no churchgoing I learned all thatas a kid and so did Jim here Why I know the prayer book backward Ill bet you dont interrupted dollonr you cant say the creed now That goes Ill take you was the reply He then proceeded to repeat the Lords Prayer laborious but correctly while his friend listened in astonished silence Well Ill give in said he when it was ended I dont see how you could remember the creed after all these years Heres your dollarcon found your Public Is Aroused The public is aroused to a knowl edge of the curative merits of the medicinal tonic Electric Bitters kidneyns Mary H Walters of 546 St Clai Ave Columbus 0 writes Fo several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could no 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 relief and in a short time I was entirely cured Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin S Bros drug store price 50c m There Will be no Chances Thi Year forJThe idler The leaner The wobbler The ignorant vThe weakling The smatterer The indifferent The unprepared The educated fool The impractical theorist Those who watch the clock The slipshod and the careless The young man who lacks back boneThe person who is afraid of ob stacles The man who hasno iron in his bloodThe person who tries to save on foundationsThe slips rotten hours in his schooling The man who is always running to catch up with his business The man who can do a little of everything and not much of any thingThe man who wants to succeed who is not willing to pay the priceThe one who tries to pick only the lowers out of his occupation avoiding a the thorns Catarrh Cannot Bo Curedb With local Applications as they Caltf1 not reach the seat of the dis ease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter ally and acts directly on the blood mucous surfaces Halls Ca tarrh Cure is not a quack medicine- It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood puri fiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combinations t1ducoslfreeF J Chel1e Co Tole SldoSold by druggists prico 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m Altruism Alfred II Love of Philadelphia president of the Universal Peace nion was talking on the topic pe w congenial to him of kindness Said he I once knew a remarkable kind boy He was a great was n trout stream in his neighbOrInl that ran through a Permits to fish now and then be streamI the boy was lucky enough to permit One day he Was fishing withanI other boy when n deftly darted forth from a thicket ir The lad with the permit utters aI tocry of fright dropped his rodand ran off at top speed The game keeper pursued For about a halfmile the game keeper was led a swift arid difficult chase Then worn out the b halted The man seized him by the arm and said between pants Have you a permit to fish on this estate Yes to be sure said the U quietly You have Then show it t me The boy drew the permit from his pocket The man examined and frowned in perplexity u anger Why did you run when you had this permit he asked To let the other boy get away was the reply He didnt ha none Give Your Stomach a Rost Your food must be properly digested and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stomach is weak or diseased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Rivostre cuperate take on new life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour palerii s Sold by Z Wayne Griffin S Bro m tPointed Paragraphs Chicago NIWH A Poor man is one who gets his money by earning it Many a man injuries his oyesight looking out for number ono No mans good intentions ever boosted him into the hero clots The uncommonly smart boy liftser years Monty Is one of the bait things I out and it is still better toym r pocet He who baa everything he wants i also hoe a job lot of things ito doesn t want The olive branch is the emblem of peace and the orange blossom is the emblem of war In order to get into society you must have plenty of money and b unable to remember how you got it When a woman goes visiting she invaribly secures a copy of her hostess cake receiptbut she nave uses it- There is something wrong wit the eternal fitness of things who you see a man with asilk hat dining in a cheap restaurant Before acquiring a son in 1w the girls father should be sure of his ability to support the young man in the style to which he has been accustomed The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without a SalveIas snow before the sunshine of spring Miss H M Middleton The III says 1 was seriously af witat fever sore that was very painful DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold Ly Z Wayne Griffin ft Bro m S Sentence Sermons- Love leaps over the grave The faithful are never fussy You can only sell honor once Piety does not turn a man into putty No man climbs to heaven by tall talk The worst sins are the ones we dont doIA dreamy religion nOvel disturbs devil bjy The heart does not have to be pal to be in peace noIt He seldom thinks of the future who walks with the Father One mans hypocracy does not ex cuse anothers indolence contentmontIyou A little friendliness is worth a a whole lot of financial assistance The best way to bury your sor is to dig up anot ers happi Your heart cannot be warm to when it is icy to your neighbor Every real sceptor of power comes do If from some suffering in tho past- A bp man has no business with religion Dr who hut no religion in his bus stoSumo people weep vinegar and t then complain about their bread be sourMuch of lifes sorrow is but griev ing over the chips when God is can ing oyThere is one thing that will warm up the man who is preaching in an ice box and that is to see people looking for a more genial climate DlsapponrancoIY0 ofosymptoms and billiousness to Dr Kings New Life Pills lIe says They are a ldperfect remedy for dizziness sour Headache constipation etc Guaranteed at Z Wayne prices2bceAsLady Godiva Said I I days ago it was my fate to be forced to listen to a long and te dious speech by an amateur speek cr said Mr Sihieom Ford 1 lis toned to him attentively for moro than an hour because you know I like to have people listened to me when I setouttoborethem with Inn guage Well I am glad I listened because if I had not done so I would probably have missed one of the boat wind up to a speech I ever heard Just as we were all ready to drop off to stoop he said And now an Lady Godiva said when she WM returning on hor ride I am drawing near by clothes i No Fun Wade Parker Well my boy i how do you like Cleveland by this Unw G A Kercity Dont like it isWilde Parker Why whats the matter Q A Kerrity Its the only town ever saw where a fellow dcccnt ingiwould just as sjon take it as not ialso A Eac+ IJ Ett9selr ITito famous little pills iF u Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass It KingsNew For Price CoaTArrTIUY Sdcdtllld A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial DoUlat tree OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the W HE BLUR WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the I sales of our product i Energetic men I find our propositionI a moneymaker ca- pableofdcrclopment into a and business permancntI WRITE AT once- Waceler19iisonMfqCo 72 and 74 Vubaiti Ave cmcaoo i d AddrJaAbitiM1dAAAAlYAe4rtiASRrAr rcAArfb A r4e I JVNrJ + +dJU O Ute 1 Do You J 11LaL 1 IQ t Pririting it i hIfyou do we are ready to take your order tt J for anything you need in the printing line i 41 We print ft t Envelopes per 500 100 ttoCjsi Statements por iciim of 500 1 w luO i 44 t o i lJtrjq liusinoss Curds Visiting Cards Wedding I nvijatioiis rii j Circulars Dod ora all sizes oi Haml hills in fact i5 oCt unHJt 1 ling that is printed in a firstHasa print y itoSi41 THE REPUBLICAN 1 5 di 5 trvn Q bbbO00 9 Pat11o1aIThe Modern tonic a nRe in make you tel 6 stimir and well PAS MA hag no efju l for Inflluvstton DyopepolH I t Catxrth ol the llvml IliioHt stomach 5owtN Lv nnn KHncys 6- A Li Grippe Hnd Jfiiier I d bllt Murlr by lli r LufrcilIIKLD iHAIl J- J j MACAI Co ac1 Fat Nairk by j IJH WILLIAMS Hartford fty 4 G7kO is Q044bmCt 04at1 d O b1OtiC Our Free Proposition BOTTLE FREEIrfDGaoalrottaeSprneeGam plonaarndasthocoupon herewith tullIzed drolllllt coaTlncnynni obllERtlon whatever 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pruGdnn CuarUol adnliilnc moiiiki Court knipMil Ntarj laMIIDukkIetEARS- ErPERIENCE TRADE MAHKO tDCSIGNSCOPTHIQHTS Anrnnavrndlnc anddrMTlpon nlmmC-MIIununrllrrunadnlal HAHDEudt onltunta palrnurScientific jnnerican hnnc1iimflrllln IjircMt Dyallredeatr Yorkarauch DEFINDIDlI ndtand1 lfnrIpnF fJhfrPalentfVnuorriiMtuuiat WASHINGTON Get the BestFirst Bottle Free Jn order vo nil maladies XrtalnIDg Coughs Lung Troubles Whooping CougliJCroup llronchltls Asthma and wo w1l11llvo Coldand otdar TbroJt and gist and him for youedrug iDR OTTOS SPRUCE GUM BALSAMstrictly scientific of Jocullnr virtue MADE FROM THE RED SPRUCE TREE MOSJonly ImmedIately yield remedy but speedily permanently cord STUBBORN FIRST Wo will then OU an order on our for bottle and Wo Will pay your mr olMf irt Thin Is Ires lift mudo to tnobowynn wliat Or Oltoa Spruce Gum Half am is can accept tt prneen you nudor no Ko lck ono enn oiler nnd fact of muFtcontlnco rOl tlmt Dr Otloa Gun Balinm +antaroclaim n away iloufof suht You wnot tio o yoa want tJ tvvll ut at oar ospcnte Dhow yott tho way Balsam is In ko and t SI Anna C j II yv anil hI r Lnw L rn Ira hU lii Oliln mil lit and In the farm of AIIK 11 I the llrrnlil n JI I VIII prank bl Ir if l lit nil I of Oltlii ami n l sIua mid In Uw roar Jt petal 1i n Iv 1ak enrntr Jlar krt nuil itml up ntnhi B KY IX = I r I C r Klixrjtl ftii tVAii tt Co In hi 1 I rori of H Kr Will mrtlr U In all lh le It Curt lII ptrtrf tiHIb aim to klnr irr peel lijr O MiMhuoM P L td VIII 011 the ahtu and Rod In UM or Also ulna OUT llr t Vniuin i 1 A SO P si p iY a etc- Q a dt lti may kIT ixwain our i unt a rtuer an ittnM I 1006 rfruU nnttrt without chrao lu t be A tr HM wrrklr dranmnii of aur err Nr four mont ha II Sold AND I m 613 Blalli ItiMt opp UnlW Stilt Pain oat I C V = n to o thnt can euro you of to nil Soro t Ot1 nn onpay n of fI Tho not to thIs aro nnd sand n free our ri let llml 3 PI COUPONFor I It to The American rhyrmatal Co Evansville lad an lmall Stydlseaeoie I myfriend 1t1 II 0110 nil MM Wd PJnou tFOiC Sale YJ I1 WILLIAMS Hartford Kyr 1I r I t 1 q u I SKdDiseases of tho organs bladder and catarrh heart disease travel dropsy k- 1VBackache rhuumatiam backache f Y CureALSO IuniFJis Tin HIOOD VcnnorHoSuffered for 10 Years with Backache and Kidney Trouble home here build River good Neb 1903 Fenner Dear I have past years have tried a great many mot prominent physicians Omaha I receiving relief I purchased a bottle Cure I wish thank aCer only I cured pain aclie Sincerely Yours Miss 2951 Sold by Druggists GOc and 1 Get Cook Book and tho KidneysFREE M M Fenner M Fredonia u RHEUMATISMr and ills produced by diseased kidneys cured ARGON OIL tho remedy effect marvelous relieving instantly and you are satisfied your will refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO1 130 West Main St Louisville Ky I A BUSINESS IIor young woman would success Tbn beingconceded importance your at the schools stand front ran- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College- N E Cor and Loulsvlllo BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one a special SHORTHAND ist his Write for a book giving TYPEWRITING testimonials graduates occupying prominent positions allover United mailed to FREE School open all year enter at E WRIGHT President OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUMMCAJ und Louisville Hernld125lI1- ERKIUHUCAN and Louisville Daily Herald s 250 150IIhTitE REiUiiMCAN und Louis GlobeDomocrnt 175 TILE REPUBLICAN anti and Farm 125 TilE REPUHMCAN and Lippencotts und Cosmoplitnn 325 THE REPUBLICAN und TwiconWeolc Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owonsboro Inquirer 370 TILE and lwicon U born Messenger 175 OUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE j CU i PANYIN- COXrOBATRIl being cheap and necessary ou should patronize folks can buy own phonen and your own lines be talking distance with the whole coun i 1 ty end business points generally by only paying a reasonable to the ough Telephone Company or hey will nt the whole expense 11 with allou say so connect pendent Companies For partlcu irs on S T Stevens rtford RIPANS TabulesIDoctors A prescription For mankind lie Ii rent nrktlunou applya Omaha Feb 4 Dr M M Fredonia Y Doctor suffered for the ten with backache and kidney trouble and of tho Bosto- and dudajl patent medicines heard of of Finally seeing your ad of your Kidney and Backache to you for tho benefit received for using two bottles am entirely having no or of Alice McDonald Homey St Treatise on D N Y other can bo is its is almost Try it it money bo cheer fully man who win in life it Is ol first to get training that in the very Sooond Walnut Sts Ky in line beautiful from the StatesIt will be you tho Students can any tim J St Homo Owonsboro REPUBLICAN Week FTalk you your and In rent be We In call Manager Ky find ror astmloicndnn N in tho any kind not Nasal CATARRHIn should be cleanliness t Elys Cream Balm deaaeeeootheeaodheabthe It enre catarrh and drives sway a cold In the head oulcklr Cream Balm Is placed Into the not trill spreads over the membrane and Is absorbed RelIef 1a 1m medlatuud a cur follows It If not drying docs not produce sneezing Large Size CO cents at Drug ftitt or by mall Trial Size 10 cents by mall ELY BIIOTIIEIIS 81 warren Street New Tort EVERYBODY =MK IAFOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS The American PhmnnaealCo ETnlTl1Ie lad CureWjestswhat J 1i i e rltl THE MARINER AND THE SEA On the Skill of the Seaman Depends th Triumph of Victory Whit it is true that the mariner It no longer dependent upon his skill and ability to handle and move his ship by mwiii of n force of na thoughhumanmachine combining in its inechiui JKin the force of tho air the Ii rand o the lightning enabling it trt come and go by day or night wher ever there is water enough under the keel to float it the tea ever re mains the mute att d the domination alwaysbedown to it The same stoutness of heart tho snore quickness of brain the same skill in reading current and tide the same resourceful readi ness under all conditions of wind and wave fog storm or battle that have fo conspicuously mnrkiM tho achievements of the American naval todaystheir requirements as ever before All of tho ships company ma chinist fireman or coal passer down where the engines throb and thrust yeoman steward and messmnn in the narrow ammunition passages below marine in military and battery every soul on board each in his way form the units of the fighting whole All must face alike with equal courage and devotion the danger and terror of battle Bat it is on the trained skill of the sea mnnhe who mans the ships weapons on gun deck in and torpedo room who manages and navigates directs and controls every movement of his craft battleship or crufrcr torpedo boat or subma rine that depend the triumph of victory tho safety and se of vessel and crew Quick ready and resourceful as was the nimble topman and the tarry handed curve fingered hauler of sheet and bowline another handy mnnr equally adroit and ef ficient but with complicnteJ duties requiring education and training such as his forbears never dreamed of succeeds them in the person of the bluejacket seaman and artif icerof the times in which wo live While on almost any of time big ships may still be found some stur navysomelevelat arms some hard fisted sea worn cannyhandyfor anomalous as it may seem the carpenter and his mates still have full of work even on the newest of steelshipsthe youth of the great mass of the crews is apparent even to the casual visitor and while some of tho disadvan tages of youth may bo evident in our young manofwars man take him large ho is an excellent- pfoduet of the conditions of naval ZoghaumThe Other End An Irishman who served on board a manofwar was selected by one of the ofliccrs to haul a towline of con siderable length that was towing over the After pulling in forty or ffty fathoms which Jiad put his patience severely to proof as well as every muscle of arms he muttered to himself Surely its as long as today and tomorrow I Its a good weeks work for any five in tho ship Bad luck to the leg or the arm itll leave at last What More of it Och murder 1 The sas mightysleep to bo sure 1 After continuing in a similar strain and conceiving there was little probability of the completion of his labor ho suddenly stopped short and addressing the officer of the READ THIS Melledgeville Ky Jan 1 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from kidney disease andwas treated by my home physicians with no ben efit Your Texas Wonder has cured meand I am satisfied it saved mYI life and I can cheerfully recommend- it to ladies suffering with kidney and bladder troubles Respectfully MRS ELIZA FROST A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Vonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lanie backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kid nays and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sentby mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment andsel dom fails to cure any of the above alhdruggistsJbox 020 office 2931 Olivo Street St Louis Mo J j1 1 tVf watch exclaimed Bad manners t me sir if I dont think somebody iteThe case Discouraging of the StudyIant who could never why his master perpetually requiredIhim to wash his chaise went directly out and up again is paralleled bnn actual reply by a dull boy to an examiner in a French school Tho pupil had passed a wretched historyWhat asked tho instructor Why don jou study your history Whats tho use drawled the pupil 11IVJ iU never jUil to get Theyre making it bowl Modesty Rewarded The Employer I believe sir that you pride ypursclf upon your excessive modesty do you not The Employed Well yes I may say that I do The Employer In that case it occurs to me that your salary may not be sufficiently modest to suit you I beg to assure you however that this matter will be attended to at once and that henceforth you paydaysA Japanese Humorous Story typicalJapaneseyabu is applied to doctors rho- prescrihc wrong medicines Now it havingbeen parentsdetermined him So they sued him at a court of law The affair was eventually patched up by the worthy quack giviiig the bereaved parents his own son in return for the one he had killed Not long after this event the said quack heard a loud knock goingtoone of his neighbors wives was dangerously ill and that his presence was required at once Turning to his wife he said This requires con sideration my dear There is no knowing but that it may end in their taking you from me Something Lacking In the Variety Hope yeve got some variety about yer show said the manager OperaHousesignature to the contract Lots of it replied tho gentle performance opera ballet vaudeville comedy concert grand opera minstrels tragedy drama pantomime and extravaganza The local manager looked disap pointed Innint e got no mind reader ncr hypnotic perfesser lie inquir cd Post The Doctor Retort trying box in murder trials a case is recalled where the lawyer looked quiz zically at the doctor who was testifying and said Doctors sometimes make mis theyTime lawyers was the reply But doctors mistakes are buried six feet under ground said the lawyer Yes said the doctor and law yers mistakes sometimes swing in tho air Startling Area of Our Coal Field It is estimated by experts that the area of American coal fields at pres ent open to mining is more than live times as great as that of the coalfields of England France Germany and Belgium the great coal producing countries of Europe practically all the available coal areas of countries have been op ned to ours have scarce ly becnelltimntcd When we take into consideration the fact that coal is one of the great motive powers in the manufacturing world it is evi dent flint this immense wealth of coal will be of such an advantage to the United States as to be beyond any mans calculation Success How Tad Lincoln Secured a Pardon- A poor woman came to the White House one day to see the President about her husband who was in trouble The President was absent but Tad was at home The woman called the how to her and said My husband is in rrion We have boys and girls at home who are cold and hungry Your papa cah unlock the door of the prison and let our childrens papa come home and care for us Wont you ask your father to let him come homo Tad could not talk or think about anything else but that poor distreayd fairily and of his pleJg 1 HALES of early life restored to your hairu ittSlSTJoTKrtS11 Ito I try and bring relief When the President returned Tad was at him at once about the case of distress Mr Lincoln had other things on his mind and did not pay much atten tion to tjie child till he clung to his sittstory The father told him that the woman would be back the next day and he would then know what he would do That did not satisfy the son who climed on hisfathers lap threw his arms about his neck and said Pa paday meaning papa dear wont you promise me now to let the man out It was much for the great man who said Taddie my pet I will let him out because you ask me t0n Two If Dyspeptics becauseyourfoodturns 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 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 enable the stomach and digestive organs maybedigestant but it Is a reconstructive tis sue 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 pttls alayt1II01iAr as mtek u the 10 ettt slf I in to rrpnd at tN Ira LaIa o Hold by Z WAYNE UllIVFIN DRI FE NERS GOLDEN RELIEFS lay pain Inside or out In from S to 5 minutes HenryWattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Feature ofT- heCourierJournal DOring 1905 There will be many other attractive departments all going to paste a complete Newspaper Mall Dates Daily CourierJournal 1 Yr 6 Dally and Sunday 1 Yr S Weekly 1 Yr t COU IERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUlyilLE KY 1 By a Special Arrangcmt you can get the HARTFORD REPUBLICANi I- ud tlio WKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one ycnr for only 8150 Ths i u far cash subscriptions only t i T bvrs utuJer this cotublna fl nsr h sent through TUB prnr flip 0 v SICILIANHair notthenCumberland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and place of business My business has Increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition A E PATH Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance WRlE1 0T1b1T- O1to g County ClrcaltCoart TF UlrkheaJ Judge Den D 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Knights ofthe Maces bees every Thursday night i Rough River LodgeNo 110 Knights ol Fythl meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A R hold rg nlarmeetlngsSaturdaybeforefirstSundaylncarh month J Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah the Pacific CoastDO- UBLE DAILY SERVICE CAFE DINING CARS MIalaCrteELECTRIC LIGH ED TRAINS IRaN MOUHIAL HOUTE M ffii5 u f i 4 K I IntJ cryorat r ClLCSTRlC UttrltD TAi tix artSif fcwstiM titcrtljins ljlr Eli Utmi R T C MATTHEWS 7 JT ffn itH- fM3 J02 tTriistl tie= L JllE tr 1 rovcrrNno P aT JLLOtt I crAST oxix j ktBgaetenat llClcUlG 1 + r iti t Ii uuu s- r We Regret That We Were Unable to Wait Upon i t The immense throng that attended our opening Wednesday We prepared for a rush but must admit that wo worn completely J overwhelmed Wo hope that those who were unable to get waited upon will return again during the sale Our duplicate stock in reserve will constantly replenish the bargains now offered and other values as startling as any will he oIled day by day so 4 I that each days sale will have a special feature This sale will surpass all previous records fur Hartford and will set a mark for r future attempts Come today Come every day i I YOURS VERY GRATEFULLY Carson Company p 4 Hartford Republican e FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 HANGS TOOE Much Interest Aroused Over i Execution or Roy Green ii Women Have Tickets and Will IAttendCondemned I 4 every county i oomes word that there is the deepest interest being felt in the hanging of Roy Green There are perhaps very few out in the county who hope or I even professs to wish to see the hanging but are curious to see the the scaffold and if possible the rope I JiangWhile with which the colored boy is to there are many who are cu I ious to see the hanging it is just as true that there are many who could t not be induced to see the execution under any circumstances They Snow from hearsay and from read ing that the impression of a hanging isone that will never fade out of then and they really fear to allow such an impression to get into theirs t There are several who have invita tions or permits to witness the hanging t and who will not do so Itis said that a few women have oBtained permits to witness the i hanging and they are quiet reputa ble in every way One of these who y I said she would witness the execution i is Mrs George Masgana She lived 1 until of mature age in France where i she witnessed the guillotining of two men and she said she is anxious to see how capital punishment is administered I in America Mrs Masgana I isthe wife the well known veterinary surgeonDr George Masgana and I she obtained her ticket Tuesday a- CIter a persevering effort of several the conditions under which Roy Green is spending his last days are such that his existence can be only an almost infinitestmally small part of real living he seems rot only not to be absolutely miser able but actually to enjoys life in a way When the trusty about the jail went into the wing of the jail in which Green is kept to carry coal the sther day Roy and he joked for sev eral minutes and Roy laughed loudly enough to have been heard on the streets He has periods of de jections to be sure but they last only a little while and do not come I frequently He looks in the best of I physical health and eats heartily He appears to have developed quite a bit since his incarceration and is t t DOW rather robust Roy looks out on rather a dreary I new of the world from the windows- I i I of his cell Hard as it might seem for him to find enjoyment from within himself what ever enjoyment he has must come from that source l as there is hardly a pleasurable element f in his surroundings In his cell he has a small chair This withsome articles of clothing his Bible a string of Catholic prayer I leadsand some newspapers constitute I the contents of the cell In the front of the cell is an opening half t afoot square through which articles tt are handed him and through r which he holds conversations with his guanjs and such visitors as he has k The boy is always busy It may lw that hja cheerful demeanor is due largely to the fact that he refrains tasmueh as possible from commun his own thoughts Twice a day he dog his houseworksweeps his cell dusts the few articles it con tains and arranges his bed This he rarely uses except at night Be- foreI the death watch was placed over him and while he was confined I in a cage with a number of other prisoners lie used to spend a great deal of his time stretching out on his cot More recently he has occu pied all his time in other vays He reads his bible a great deal sitting in his chair and appearing to be very intent on what he reads Sometimes he reads newspapers which j are frequently given him He finds some way to keep busy from the time he arises until he goes to bed Roy Green is not a native Kentuck ian although he has spent most of his life here He was born on a farm a few miles out from Rockport Ind According to the statement of his father and mother who claim that they know to a day when Roy was born although this has sometimes been doubted on account of the fact that he looks older than they say he is he is seventeen years six months and thirteen days old Excursions Over Illinois Central Presidential luauguration Cere monies Washington D C March 4 1905 For the above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Washington D C for 1940 Dates of sale March 1 2 and 3 1905 Limited to March 8 1905 for return except that original pur chaser may secure an extension of return limit to leave Washington not later than March 18th 1905 by depositing ticket with Joint Agent at Washington not later than March 8th and payment of fee of 100 at time of deposit Mardi Gras New Orleans La March 27 1905 For the above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to New Orleans for 1825 Tickets on saleMarch 1 to 6 return limit Leaving New Orleans March 11th 1905 Tickets may be extended to not later than March 25th by depositing with Validating agent not later than March 11th and payment of fee of 50 cents SMAUHOUS Feb 15Born February 9th to Mrs Eunice Drake wife of John A Drake recently deceased twins a girl and boy The boy died the 10th and was buried at Equality Satur dayMrs W H Fulkerson who has been seriously ill for some time is worse Miss Margaret Fulkerson is suffer ing greatly with a bone felon on her handMr Mit Kimbley is confined to phthisicI who is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J B Brown is quite sick Her son Master Noah Withrow is quite ill at his home at Drakesboro His grandmother Mrs Lizzie Withrow and Miss Sadie Barnard are at his bedsidetIMr W C Overhuls went to Central City Tuesday Mrs Samantha Maddox is quite sick at this writing i Miss Maggie Hunter who was on the sick list last week is able to be againThe is rising and the ice is about all out and boats are passing againMr P B Taylor has purchased 47J acres of land from Messrs John and Buel Wood adjoining Jas C Drakes farm consideration 950 areI the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Bishop Matanzas t Miss Eunice Bishop who has been the guest of relatives here has returned to her homeII RENDER Feb 14H B Allen of Owens boro was here on business last Wed ncsdayiI Chester Keown of Hartford was here last Wednesday City Police Reneer attended court in Centertown last Thursday Simon Jones was in Rosine on business last Friday- G L Miller of Cloverport was here last Friday IMessrs Fox and Tiffon of Vir were here on businesslast Fri I day H L Loyd of Columbus Ocame here last Friday to put in some machinery for the C C I Co Mr Loyd is representing the Jeffrey Electric Mfg Co of Columbus Miss Rosabel Cobb of Sacramento who had been visiting her cousin Mrs 0 W Harris for the past weeklef forTrigg county where she will visit for awhile Mrs C P Wathen of Vine Grove arrived here last Friday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs S B Bishop awhileDr Mrs H B Innis and daughter Miss Gladys left for Jett Ky last Saturday after receiving a I telegram announcing the death of Mrs Innes mother Mrs T H Bed ford Miss Mary Peters returned to her home in Olaton last Saturday after visiting her brother B W Peters and her sister Mrs F 0 Allen for the past five weeks I Miss Lettie Salsburg went to Cen tral City last Saturday and returned SundayMessrs W J Sloan and George Edwards were in Rosine last Sun day J M Reynolds and J D Sanders were in Horse Branch last Sun dayJohn Edwards of Powderly was SundaysRevs and J T Rush ing preached here last Sunday James Cates of Central City was here last Sunday W S Vick of Owensboro was here yesterday Herbert M Kelley of Linton Ind is visiting here Mrs Jas Bratcher of Stephens burg is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs E S Reid Miss Pearlie Tinsley is visiting in RockportJ and C W Wells of Central City were here on business todayD Williams was in Hartford last Sunday NOCREEK tOfftVpIE FOR PUBLICATION LAST WEEK Feb 8B F McCormick and family left Friday for their new home in Artesia New Mexico Clem Maples and family will soon leave for Wray Colo where they will make their future home- J S Bennett has gone to Louisville to reside John Cantrell visited in Beaver Dam the first of the week He was accompanied home by Miss Myrtie Williford who has been visiting her mother Mrs Taylor Baird George Bratcher was a caller in East Nocrcek Sunday afternoon Miss Belva McCormick has gone to Bunker Hill Ill to visit her sister Mrs Maggie Carson j C 11 Bryant Owensboro was in our midst today Joe Johnson and family have moved into the property of Mrs Jennie Carson Fleetwood Ward is the champion hunter He caught six coons Mon day in a few hours Who can beat that appliI place HartIrordguest of her niece Mrs Florence WardW F Stevens went to Fosters store one day last week A word of warning to young men Look not thou upon the wine when it is red when it giveth his colour in the cupwhen it moveth itself aright at the last it biteth like a serpent andstingeth like an adder The A S or E had a successful meeting Saturday night The farm ers seem to be thoroughly organized and will stand firm for the Lynchburg prices Memorial to Loree On the 13th day of January 1905 the death angel visited the home of Mr Peter Shown and took from their midst little Loree Chamberlin daughter of W M and Savilla Chan berlin age 2 years 8 months and 16 days Weep notdearonesas your loss is heavens gain she is not dead but sleeping in the embrace of her dear SaviorSleep on in thy beauty Thy sweet angel child By sorrow unblighted By sin undefiled Like the dove to the ark Thou hast flown to thy rest From the land of the free To the land of the blest WHITESVILLE Feb 15c J Berry of Owens boro visited Dr J S Knox last week Miss Myrt Lawson is visiting friends in Owensboro Miss Zula Boarman spent Monday in Owensboro Mr and Mrs Charlie Chalfin of Owensboro visited Mrs Chalfins parents Mr and Mrs J G McCarty Saturday and Sunday Frank Brooks of Owensboro is I visiting his parents Mr andMrs A P BrooksMiss I Hicky will leave for Cincinnati Sunday- A D Mattingly is very ill I Auston Ransey has returned home to be at the bedside of his grand i father A D Mattingly Miss Stella Wedding who has been I very ill is improving Mr and Mrs Emer Hayns and j little daughter Elizabeth visited Walter Cook of Philpot last week I Dr D Hayns and wife attended I the funeral of Capt Riley Saturday Mr and Mrs Will Nul entertained- a a few of their friends SatuJday even ing Those present were Misses Mattie Wells Dora Evans Annie and Gertrude Hicky and Mary A Wed I ding Messrs Boyd Lonnie and Char lie McCarty C L Obenchain and Frank and George Brooks Refresh I ments were served and all enjoyed the evening John Pettie is visiting his daugh ter Mrs Will Nul I P H Haffey who has been sick is able to be out again I Bud Norris has moved to Owens boro InBUFORDI Bruner filled here Saturday I and Sunday Mr Fred Dodson of Ashbysburg visited relatives and friends here I last week IMr William Lyons went to Owens bolo Thursday returning home Fri day IMessrs R C Hudson Sam Hol and Homer Turner attended the farmers convention atI Beaver Dam Saturday Mrs Mattie Turner is visiting her brother B H Hudson 4 at Taylor Mines this week Mr Hubert Williams anti Mr Henry Hunter of Pleasant Ridge visited here Sunday Miss Pearl Hoover returned home Monday after a weeks visit to Mr F M Hoover and wife Mr Jim Wiggins of Green Briar visited friends here Ins week Mrs Sallie Bales fell in the yard last week breaking the small bone of her ankle She is getting along nicelyMrs Josephine Coleman has been on the sick list but is up lignin The A S of E will meet here this evening A E Ellis commenced a three monthschool here Monday with a large attendance W N Blair and Wayne Wood ward of Goshen neighborhood visited John Blair and family Tuesday and Wednesday Dave Willyard and family moved to Owensboro last week u iOLATON Feb 14News is scarce snow and ice plentiful Rev F M Farris and wife are on the sick list I W H Felix who has been confined to his room for the past six weeks is no better I Miss Josie Daniel was the guest of Miss Lillian Lyons Saturday and i SundayMrs Rena Canon Owen who has ImprovingI I Born to the wife of Hade Hurt on the 12th inst a 12 pound boy Mother and baby are getting along nicelyJ Canon and wife entertained a number of their friends on the night of the 13th All reports a pleasant timeRoy Crawford and sister Miss Es sie who have pneumonia are much improved I Suicide by Swallowing Nails Paris Ky Feb 13A strange story of suicide comes from Ruddles Mills this county Rufus Sharp a diedIyesterdayafternoon circumstances after making a request that ah autopsy be preformed on his body by Dr Keller This was done revealing the presence in the stom ach of fiftynine nails of different sizes screw and pins Sharp had been swallowing these articles atdif ferent times for a month saying heI wanted to commitsuicide that way j The autopsy was performed in the presence of eight reputable witness es I NARROWS I Eeb 15Capt J H Riley passenger conductor on the Owensboro branch of the I C Railroad died of pneumonia at his home in Owens boro last week Capt Riley had been on the Owensboro division about nine years Making four trips over the line every day the trainmen come to be regarded as neighbors by every one living along the road and every one is expressing his pro found sorrows at Capt Rilcys death His fondness for children was mark ed and he gave away barrels of wax to his small passengers and to his little friends at the depots With Capt Riley politeness was more than a duty it was a fine art in which he took infinite pains to excel The management as well as the patrons of the road have cause to regret his death Capt Riley is succeeded in the passenger service by Capt Robert Moore as clever and popular trainman as ever pulled a bell cord or pushed a carboard The iron bridge across Rough riv here is in place and lacks only a dererick at each end to raise and lower blidgeagreatI 1j I i top to theyiI bugle and we wont need them after thatOur jJII C titincury dropped down to zero he said he i would be glad when springtime i comes Gentle Annie IFred Miles of Narrows hat I and moved to the Thomas I Wedding farm near New Baymus An A S of E organized here recently with twentyfive members Fred Allen a carpenter whil 4pennyhowever that he has no notion of adopting hardware as a regular dietMessrs E G Kirby Dudley Fore man and Cheel Wedding are shap ing their affairs to emigrate to Arkansas I Il CURlS WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS De1 Couth Strop Ttstel Good UM In Urns Ssld by dructltU I BEST FOR THE BOWELS I IaeTtoltot pbyiU or pill polIO ll dMttroai Th kIuf OATHADY LV IO v CANDYrUilint Do Good Nuer etek or OrlO ft torluamplsodbookldonbultbt twill Ktmtti ComitiiT CHIcuo M Nw reel KEEP YOUR ILOOD CLEAN TarIr WANTED 100000 SSKUNKI And olh 4AInternational Fur Merchant I1U Cincinnati O r f BIG FOUR S TIlBUnST tINS TO I I Indianapolis IJ PeoriaChicago I I And all 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