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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pf y r u t 4 ty + ti j w 7t dr Qt t Jttttforb uqrnbhcan fY I Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TILE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year tOLe XVII HAltTFORD KYv FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24 1905 No 32 i WASHINGTON UTTER First Statue of a Woman c IErectedat Capitol c President Passes Santo Domingo Protocol to Senate for Rat ideation or Rejection THE CONSMSERVICE I tMHvlnl tu Tar IUrrnnALl Washington D CFeb 22 1903 The statue of Frances Willard the gift of the State of Illinois to the United States is in its place in Stat q uary lInn of the Capitol Right be s side it stands the statue of George Washington which was moved a few inches to make room for that of Misa i Willard This is the first statue ofI a woman to be erected in the Capi tol and the undertaking has been the enterprise of women from beginning to end The inspiration came from a woman the legislation was pro f moted by women they secured the appropriation of 9000 from the State and the sculptor is also a wo man Women from all parts of the country were present at the unveiling c and yet there is probably not a man in Congress who is not appre dative of the justice in having the statue placed among those of our greatest men Few if any of them were better known than Miss Wil lard and none perhaps did moregood for his fellow men while he lived I The inscription on the pedestal is 1Crom an address of Miss Willaid Ah it is women who have given t the costliest hostages fortune Out into the battle of life they have sen- tMieirS best Vedvrith fearful odds agajnit them Oh by dangers they dared by the hours bf patient watching over the beds where help less children lap by the incense of ten thousand prayers wafted from t their gentle lips to heaven I charge you give power toprotect along lifes treacherous whom they have so loved The Presidents message accompanying the Santo Domingan protocol it Is understood has made a- very favorable impression upon they Senate and it will doubtless be well received by the country at largo The idea that the Monroe Doctrine imposes other duties upon the United 1 States than those of mere defense from aggression as relating to the petty republics of this hemisphere is so patent and so just that it need on ly be mentioned to be approved It is expected that the Senate will con firm the protocol if not at this seet sion then at the called session inr mediately after the fourth of March The tension between the Senate and the President it is thought has been very much exaggerated His words in his letter to Senator Cullom when he sent the treaty to the Senate were The Senate has of course 4theright to reject or to amend in I any way it sees fit any treaty laid before it and it is clearly the duty of the Senate to take any step which in tfe exercise of its best judgment ueems to be for the interest of the nation Those words will stand forever as a refutation of the asser tion that the President attempted to usurp the treaty making power ask There are several things that point to an improvement in the Consular service of the United States There has been some improvement during the last three years but much great t er improvement is needed The for eign cominerce of the country which has made such great strides since 1900 is capable of much greater development and it is realized that ed ucated consuls speaking the language of the countries to which they are I accredited are indispensable accessories to the promotion oftrade In tfthis particular we have been out classed by England and Germdiy whose consuls and comilaercalaggnts- were men of parts ot finer address and good manners speaidhg readily- the language of the country Rep l resentative Douglass of New York has introduced a bill to create a Commissioner of Consuls and to reorganize the Consular service of the United States By the terms of theI bill the Commissioner is to serve under the Secretary of State and is to report yearly to Congress provides for the complete reorganiI zation of the Consular service The President who has lived much abroad and who speaks French and German and possibly Dutch is much interested in having American Consuls as fully accomplished as those of any other country a a The Panama Canal Bill has been another casus belli between the House and Senate The Senate ma jestically ignored the fact that Mr Mann of the House had presented a bill which had passed and had gone to the Senate The latter body ordered the preaperation of a bill of Its own on the same subject by Senator Kittredge Many members of the House are offended at this usurpation of the Senate for here again the right belonging to the House is ignored by the Senate The bill as passed by the House places the Gov ernment of the Canal zone in the President until March 4 1907 or the endof the next Congress providing that the government shall protect the inhabitants in their liberties property and religion It abolishes the old commission and leaves the work of construction and the appointment of the managers entirely in the hands of the President It doesnot under take to say whether there shall be a lock level or a sea level canal This tooit is presumed is left for the decision of the administration FATALLY WOUNDED v Will Fend Dying From Blow OB Head Inflicted kyTMii Wilson On last Saturday afternoon William Ford and Thomas Wilson were engaged in hauling ice When near the I C R R crossing at Horse Branch they became involved in a difficulty which grew out of a tri vial matter about which they had before disputed Wilson struck Ford a fearful blow over the head with a breastyoke crushing his skull Drs Stanley and Taylor Hartford and Dr Taylor Beaver Dam were called to attend the wounded man A portion of his skull extending from the back to the top of his head was removed It was four inches long by one and ahalf wide31E9i Ford has since been uncqncious and cannot recover He has borne a good reputation and was the main dependence of his aged parents Wilson was not hurt He has not yet been arrested He is the son of Dan T Wilson Since the above was put in type we have learned indirectly through Esq Wm Awtry that Ford had threatened Wilson with a drawn gun and friends interferred Then Ford reshed towards Wilson with a drawn knife when Wilson struckihim If these facts be true Wilson will est tablish a case of selfdefense v EllisGreer On Wednesday evening Feb 15th at the M E church at Beda Ky Mr Z Wayne Ellis and Miss Blanch Greer were united in marriage in- the of a number of otficiatIIingAlberta Greer and Ethyl Bennett and Messrs AE Ellis and Samuel Ellis After the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the home of the groom where an elegant supper was ten dered them The bride is a daughter cf Mr comesFromcounty Her kind and lovable dis positipn has won for Tier many friends r t The groom is a very prosperous youngfarmer and numbers his friends by his acquaintances who wish for himself and many happy years of wedded life EIGHT DOLLARS Paid for Load of Tobacco at Auction House Lynchburg Price was Realized on LeatBuyer Prophesies Good Pricesc Lynchburg prices were realized for tobacco at the auction house yesterday says last Tuesdays Owens boro Messenger One load belong ing to W M Grouse brought 805 for all grades This load was the best Pryor tobacco that has been of fered this season although Mr Mc Adams and others think that there is better tobacco in the county Five loads were sold the others being of poor quality and bringing cor respondingly poor prices Discussions of the tobacco situation were freely engaged ini yesterday Most persons believe that good prices will be realized throughout the season I would be willing to bet said a buyer yes ter afternoon that McAdams sells tobacco at the auction house for bet ter than two tens and he will sell a lot of it too The best tobacco has not been brought in Another man said that a merchant has offer ed to pay 350 a hundred for all the trash in Daviess Hancock Brecken ridge Ohio and McLean counties This lacks only fifty cents a hundred of being as much as will be adv ed the member of the American Society of Equity on all grades Information from Hancock coun ty is that the farmers will not adopt the pooling plan It is thought that many of them will tot hold for Lynchburg prices In Daviess coup ty however there has not yet been an indication of a break and the farmers are not only holding together but have the cooperation of the community The same spirit of determination to realize on the present crop prevails in Ohio couty and the farmers almost without exception are hold ing out for the prices fixed by the Lynchburg convention The farmers here likewise have the support and best wishes of every one the tobacco buyers not excepted Buyers freely say that they tire willing andI ready to pay the farmers price when the market ing rhich they must sell will warrant it BEDA Feb 22Business is very good Walter Parks left Tuesday for Louisville where he will visit rela tivesMiss Pearl Nave Owensboro at tended the EllIsGreer wedding here last week Robert Renfrow and Miss Bessie Blown were united in marriage atI the home of the brides parents near here Wednesday Miss Clara Ellis entertained a number of her friends Monday evening with a pound party at her home near Spring Humors Como to most peoplo and cause many troubles pimples boils and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired feeling Ills of biliousness Indigestion and headache Tho sooner one gets rid of them the better and the way to get rid of them and to build up the system that has Buffered from them in to tako ffpods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination the Spring Hedlclno par excellence of unequalled strength In purifying the blood as shown by unequalled radical and per manent cures of Scrofula Salt Ifhoum Scald Head Bells Pimples Ml Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Bleed Poisoning Rheumatism atarrh Dyspepsia Etc Accept no inbstltutbutbe sure to get Hood i and get it today here It being her 19th aniversary All report a very pleasant evening Quarterly meeting will convene at the M E Church Saturday and SundayW Bennett and family visited the family of S A Bennett Sunday Dr J D Stewart and wife attend ed Quarterly meeting at the M E church at Hartford Sunday Nathen Bennett and Clarence Shown will leave Sunday for Champaign III to spend several months Owen Chinn has purchased the property of L B Tichenor Marvin Parks went to Beaver Dam TuesdayWilson Slown went to Hartford last week McHenry Amateur Dramatics The McHenry Amateur Dramatic Club gave one of the best entertainments of the season at the Opera Hall McHenry last Saturday nfght The play rendered by them is entitled A Womans Honor a drama three acts Every member of the company did justice to their part and the immense audience cheered its approval many times Special by Dr J S Smith a song entitled iThe Pride of the People This Opera Hall music written and words composed by the Doctor carried the vast audience off its feet Other specials by Ralph Thorp Frank Penn man and Dr Smith were highly en jpyed The McHenry Orchestra was no small part of the show CITIZENS TERRORIZED Two Indiana Boys Drop in Horse Branch With Revol vers and Knives Clarencoand stones ages sixteen and 18 respectfully were arrested at Horse Branch last Sunday night by Marshall Bryant They were brought to Hartford Monday and arraigned before the County Judge a charge of shooting with intent to kill was registered against Clarence and a charge of malicious cutting was preferred against Charles They turned up in Horse Branch about eleven oclock Sunday night and went at once on the war path They first attacked the tC Depot agent and soon run him out of his office They then went out in town and proceeded to take a crack at everyone they saw Marshal Bryant was soon on the scene with dssist ance demanding their surrender which was met by a drawn revolver and a threat to lay him low if he did not retreat The marshal responded with about the same empha sis and the boys gave in They are from Enterprise Ind and are said to be well connected It is said that they were sober and made no attempt to take anything They are now in jail waiting their examining trial which is set for to day Enjoyable Reception One of the most enjoyable recep tions of the season was tendered the Womans Club by Mrs Z Wayne Griffin February 21st in honor of Washingtons birthday The house was artistically decorated with flags and the mellow light of the red white and blue tapers enhanced the beauty of the scene Rich bouquets priceless laces and flashing gems adorned the stately Dames whose presence added the finishing touch to this quaint historic picture Never in the history of the old time has such a coterie of Dames gathered under one roof Mesdames Hamilton Jefferson Jayand charm ing Nellie Curtis Evelyn Bird with- a broken heart lost in the traditions of the past Sara Morris so dainty and sweet that all agreed her weight in gold was not half her portion Mrs Lewis Mrs Randolph and Martha herself bidding all welcome and dispensing that lavish Virginia nlntheGIriendtfor tea He seemed greatly surprised but himself the situation with the greafefgraEicnd ease COLONIAL DAME L FIFTEEN MINUTES Elapse Between Death of Sis ter and Brother Husband of the Dead Woman Lies Seriously HI of Grip at Hawesville Hawesville Ky Feb 20ln the space of fifteen minutes David But ler and his sister Mrs Josh Glover died oithe grip in the same house today Josh Glover Husband of the dead woman lies seriously ill of the same disease David Butler has deen seriously ill for some time Several days ago his sister come to his house and shortly afterwards developed a severe case of the grip Mr Butlers condition became critical some days ago and this morning he died Mrs Glover learned of his death and fIf- teen minutes later was herself a corpse She had suffered for sever al years from heart disease which doubtless contributed to the fatal termination of her illness Her hus band is critically ill but it is hoped that he will recover Mr Butler and Mrs Glover were members of a well known family and have numerous relatives in Daviess fifI years tytwo Washingtons Birthday Observed Grades 7 and 8 at the college observed Wasingtons birthday Wed nesday with appropriate exercises Artistic invitations were sent to the school board the county Superinten dent the Editor and others by the committee Eire Matthews Doug lass Felix and Gladys Duke The invitations were real works of art and together wiUr the exercises reflected the highest credit on Mrs Wedding and her pupils MarshallsCoffledtais Bert Marshalls Commedians held the boards at Taylors Opera House last Saturday and Monday nights The company was procured by Man ager Taylor on account of the high recommendationgivenitwhereithad played The company though com posed of only threegives a splended entertainment Mr Marshal is an ac COMMODORE NICHOLSON OF OUR NAVY Recommends Peruna Other Prominent Men Testify COMMODOREnom 1D04 Nicholson s Commodore Somerville Nicholson of the United States Navy In a letter from 1837 II St N W Washington D C aaya Yonr Peruna has boon and li now used by so many of my friends and acquaintances as a sure cure for catarrh that I am convinced of its curative qualities and I unhesitatingly recommend it to all persons Buffering from that complaintS Nicholson The highest men In our nation have given Pcrnna a strong endorsement Men of all classes and stations are equally represented If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Pornna write atones to Ir Hartman giving a iull statement of your case end hewill J be pleased to give yon hla valuable ad vice gratis Address fir Hartman President of f The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 complished comedian and his chiefas sistant Miss Anna Golde is a soprano1 vocalist of rare culture She ren ders most of the latest songs with charming effect Mr Marshall took occasion to remark that it was quite unusual to have the accommodationI I of an uptodate city Opera Hull such as is in smaller towns j- I Subscribe for Tiny REPDBUUAN Its an III Wind That Blows Nobody Good While we lose money by closing out all Overcoats readyma4e Suits for men and boys winter Dress Goods Heavy Underwear Gloves Shoes and and many other articles 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 remember we do not add any bad accounts to our prices as all credit houses must do We sell for cash and saVe you money Tie BrOwn Mercantile j Co tN90 PC RAVEX1 a 1McUenryKy I WERE YOU DRAFTED f Certain Kentucky Drafts Prove To Be Illegal Those Released By PaymntofI 300 May Get Money Back With Interest Murimnllfld Sun 1 On or about the first of February 1S63 President Lincoln ordered draft of 500000 men in the United States Kentucky had been pretty liberal in sending volunteers to the army and thousands were still go ing and for this and other reasons the draft was not enforced until 1864 Now after a period of forty years the Court of Claims of the United States has declared the draft not le- I gal on the ground that Kentucky already furnished her quota hadI The chances are good for a amount of money to be returned to some of the older citizens and heirs of others as each one drafted was released from service in the army on the payment of 300 If this amount together with accrued interest is now returned to each one who pre ferred paying to service in the army it will amount to more than a thou sand dollars in each case If this money is returned it will be the means of bringing sunshine into many needy homes in many counties in this end of Kentucky This county will no doubt have many claims under this ruling as she was always called on when a draft was made Were you drafted If so you should get ready to present your claim Bad breath belching of gas and sour risings are all due to Indigest I ion Kodol DyspepsyCure is a guar anteed cure L A Soper of Little Rock Ky writes us Wefeel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure desirves all the commendation that can be given it as it saved the life of our little girl when she was three years old She is nw six and we have kept it for her constantly but of course she only I takes it now when anything disagrees with her Kodol is the best medicine in the world for Indi gestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles A trial of this greatest of all digestants will convince any whoI suffer Good for young and oldi Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Over 19 Hours Saved to Mexico i 1By the superb double daily serj over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest andI quickest line from St Louis to City of Mexico through San Antonio and F Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 p m and f 820 p m Elegant Dining Car ser vice Wonderful Mexico is attract ing the investor and pleasure seeker Low rates liberal stop over privi leges Now is the time to go For descriptive literature rates etcI see nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg LouisvilleKy tfI t jOiled Roads a Success Much interest has been felt in dif 1 ferent parts of theUnited States in the use of oil for treating the surfaces of highwaysin order to lay the dust and to offer a hard impervious waterproofsurface In California such treatment of roads has met with a high degree of success Sim ilar experiments however in the t East proved complete failures the j Eastern oil failed to bind on the sur t face of the road xWhen it was found that the main difference between the California natural oils and the Eastern lay in the fact that the California oils con tained an asphalt base while the Eastern oils contained a petroleum or vaseline base the United States Agricultural Department immediately suggested that tne failure of previous Eastern experiments was directly due to this fact and road builders throughout the country were urged to make experiments with mixture of crude oils with I crude asphaltum Last summer the Commissions of the District of Co r t lumbia consented to make such an experiment A street in Washington was selected for the purpose and n number of mixtures of Southern 1 crude oil and nsphaltum were spread in adjacent sections At first tho experiment was looked AAupon as a failure but the road his tttA H AyersGive nearly every case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important of all CherryPectoral LNourishing food comes next controllAsk any good doctor t flat twit llifrrjr IVoloriil M rtrwan I Imvo Ien tprrlWi rlurl of Imtr IU Mttl curiil hjr U I nin niVir wiHinnt II ALIlXUT U 1UUILIUN JUtletU Olllo vW CIW JrATBnnAll 11 for Limrll Ml 1 ConsumptionI thoIII j atpresIenta success proves true that mixtures of Eastern crude oil and asphaltum make as good roads as California oils do a great advance will be made to ward the betterment of rural highways Deserved Popularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bow els and acting as a tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are mild pleasant and harmless but effective and sure Their universal use fo many years is a strong guarantee o their popularity and usefulness Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Hartford m On Vegetarianism Not long ago the Beef Trust proved to the majority of the American people that they did not care for mea anyhow especially if they had to pay high prices for it The situa tion merely forced the mass of peo ple into following the leadership of the few who had already discovered that meat was far from essential The spread of vegetarianism or at least partial vegetarianism is much wider than most people think andclarge number of literary people are in the class that have adopted the principle Mrs H A Mitchell Keays author of He That Eateth Bread With Me has for a longtime been one of the quiet vegetarians and Francis Hodgson Burnett author of In the Closed Room also eliminates meat almost entirely from her diet giving as a reason that she finds it decidedly more easy write when she leaves it alone The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises and Piles pisappear before the use of this salve as snow before the sunshine of spring Miss H M Middleton Thebes Illsays I was seriously af flicted wita a fever sore that was very painful DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m OverWork Weakens KidneysIUnhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through I your kidneys once every three minutes kidneys aches neglected kidney trouble trouble unsteady heart trouble though overworking kidneyaThepcioned arteries urinary troubles modern kidneysi constitutional begin kidney trouble mistake doctoring y extraordinary Kilmers Swamp kidney remedy realized highest wonderful distresslne i i by druggists onedollar es have are your purifiers they fil the waste or In the blood are Ick cr out they fall to work rheu from ex of uric acid the to or heart beats and as they had the heart Is In thick blood and It used to bo only were to be to the but now all have their nine in if you are sick you make no by first The mild and the of Dr the Is soon It for Us of the cares and tart CT ia all In fifty cent and rtz You do and come Ip due feel that cures may n 6rnoeLfreeout If you have Kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dnl mat ary mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN NATURAL ON9ERSI And Historic Ruins of Kentucky Lead Those of all Other States For natural curiosities and histori- ruins Kentucky ranks higher than any other State in the country Besides Mammoth Cave which is one of the greatest natural wonders of the world we may find other places inI the State almost as interesting- In the west end of Allen county are the remains of an ancient for which belonged to a people unknown and presents one of the strongest military positions in the world Drakes creek makes a horseshoe bend here for the distance of over mile and returns within thirty fee of where it begins The parti tion which divides the channel of the creek at this point is of solid limestone and about thirty feet thick a the base It is about two hundred yards in length forty feet high and six feet wide at the top which level and covered with small cecda trees The area of the bend ernbrances about two hundred acres of land The surface is level and contains the ancient fort which forms a square of about three acres This is sur rounded by a wall arid a ditch All access to the bend from the opposite bank is intercepted by tall cliffs and the fort can only be reached by taking the narrow causeway countyfvery lofty arch of solid rock and about forty feet high and sixty in width with a tall cliff overhanging- it In high stages of water a portion of the Cumberland river rushes greattworn into the rock It pours into the river again about half a mile below In ordinary stages of water Rock Rouse is perfectly dry i In Edmonson county on Dismal creek is a perpendicular rock one hundredand sixtythree feet highI called Dismal Rock Just below Greensburg the cliffs of Green river are very high In the valley three fine springs breakout within a few yards of each other Their waters unite and flow about sixty feet to a projecting cliffover which it flows sending out a spray like a shower of rain This place is called the drip and was a great bathing resort many years ago eI Near Munfordsville in the level barrens is a hole in the earth of funnel shape It was about seventy feet in diameter at the top but gradually decreased to about twelve feet and is supposed to be bottom lefs Visitors have thrown hundreds- of cartloads of rock into it but the bottom seems not to have been reach ed Many attempts have been made to find the bottom with the aidof ropes but to no avail- Flnndlsh I 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 dressing ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 2oc at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store guaranteed m Being a Boy The actions of a typical small boy are not to be accounted for although they may be studied and de scribed In the morning he appears at the door of his homebright faced and happy He has no particular reason for opening the door and standing upon the step except that he is alive and wants to be mov I ng about He is almost bursting e with the desire to do something and must get some of it out of him before bedtime or he will not be fit I to sleep He does not know thisI with his head but his muscles know it and after all a boys muscles do j great deal of thinking for him He stands on the step and whis ties and looks eagerly up and down the street He does not know what I he is looking for In fact he really j is not looking for anything but just hoping something will appear that will give him occasion to do something I Then he jumps down the s steps two or three at a time climbs up on the gate hangs on it for a moment and makes some strong malCIThey do not mean anything He makes them well just because he is ciscto Meanwhile he looks intentl up and down the street and listens for a possible response to his signals He is hoping that Jim or Bob is in hearing but there is no reply Then as if sudden inspiration had come to him he bangs the gate open and rushes down the middle of th Inllianlthe only did that because he had noth ing else to do and simply must do something j ittsorry when he hits the mark He I did not want to hurt the dog in fact j he is very fond of it lie threw the dogdi it seemed a handy thing to do andrup a andson e j curbstone as if he had accomplish ed what he set out to do I tlvesITo C The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anxious i to make known to his fellowII sufferers the means of those who desire it he will cherfully j send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all j throat and lung Maladies He hopes allsufferers will try his remeda it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr Peculiar Disappearance J D Runyan of Butlerville 0 laid the peculiar disappearance fo his painful symptoms of indigestion and billiousness to Dr Kings New Life Pills He says They are a perfect remedy for dizziness sour stomach Headache constipation etc Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store price 25c m OA XonXAIBurs tlulbs Kind You Han Alrrjjrj Bol2ttc Blpahtl 01 IIQ o U uslcnl B A f 1 1 FISHING A WATERFALL w I The Way a Big Trout was Landed by a Bava rian AnglerI one the big heal forester on the where I was fishing He car ried n huge bamboo pole in one hand and a little tit pail in the other wntchingI cUlm1III Where are you going to he htIThere he replied o an incline over which the water rushed like You cant catch fish there 1 said for I did not believe it J that afish could itself in j suchan of water or i he could keep his bait from bein chuteIof lead hooked a live minnow to the end of the rope which served as a line and hurled bait and sinker into I the foam The sinker was carried a few yarks down the incline and fi rally stuck among the stones Now the gentleman observII moment to my terror he lifted bat troutIlike a football The forester calmly I gave it the coup de grace and lifted it on my pocket scales five pounds less an ounce and twentyone inches long To see a noble trout of that size jerked from the element witha young tree for a pole and cable for a line is peculiarly painful to any an gler But Isaid The- forester would not have One thing however was certainno trout of that size had ever even winked his eye at any fly I had thrown in the pools of the Red Va lepp Let the reader draw his own and point his own morals if he has any CAvr X ABunt Tbi Kind Yn Hat Bl astsndti 11 A Dancing Duel 11i+ 11 a young London dan chal1lengeI worlds record having dune TALKING MACHINES MADE IBESTMachines 750 to 100 Disc Machines 12 to65 kindsIoltiI vocal and Instrumental solos quartettes s atom It Is an source of amusement Clear rlglnul Loud nrlvulecl ttructlvo ILIIIIIIIIXIUIYIYIllllllllll11111e1111L eLate afternoon appeared Bavarian IIstream lightning possible maintain avalanch gracious nothing understood conclusions R JUnfiBMdil dancing endless M II I X111111N1XMIIIIXINIIIIIIIIIIY IMN INX 111ILILII XIX IX IX IX 111111Ip IN111 Y11 COLUMBIA Gold Moulded 111 led withouta break for 18 conSlIILtire hours mid the two competing dancing misters hope to establish an twiceIMr W P Hurndall the will knuwn dancing instructor has all the arrangements in hand for till duelIi the Liver pool challenger accepts tho condi lions will begin at noon on March Jo he explained to an Express rep resentative recently TIll time throughout will bi ui htIills dance The will dance in an inner track it the ballroom and dancing couple llalllIever the baud stops an automatic piano will immediately begin t1 play Froth noon on tho Oth to tin hour on the fill when the dancers finish the competitors will be dn th wilegbe taken while dancing i Mr Helps will train forthedanee bydancinghalf an hour without a and then the time will be increasaylrby slow stages until he can dance for hours together The dancing duel if it takes place will bo the first of its kind ever held in Hngland n i n 17 i1 u I Tlt RFr in order to iiruvo absolute Or C rltcdt Grrzrsn Llvor Iu jtamlnlcntery a tyjH and Impuru Lilood wo will give you u Zxx Bottle absolutely free to try and bo convinced No sick one can neglect such an offer veryfactDr Cirljlcdl German user Powder foes what U claimed for lu Tho manu lac IIothvru wan any doubt as to tho results You want thorn resnltd you want tnlo y well Wont you let us show you the wuyWo tiuvo burn appointed special Ills t trlbutlnj Aiionts for tho free distribu CtrlslfdtOelmanCall at onoo or ou will bo too lato ai tho otter is so liberal it cannot last In dofinltelyIDr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Has relieved and cured many thout wantIscudtcraacal Co Kvimxvillc lad who will mallDoYours roapoctfullyJll 1Mrs H n Grand Prize St Louis 1904 Coumbia Graph phonesv HlUunt Inspiring RecordsIIIIILILY111- 1II1111111I11111Y111111111111111Y11111 selected compete RIch E ntcrtalnlng C uptlvutin- gB utwourlnjj ROMormnt S ocHghlfuluporlor 1 LIIyLYUnllnlYlwYlYlnpIIYLNIYIt i I a25C I YIIII IL I1111 YI111 YI ILYLILY I 1Y Y IYIYMIIYIY I IIIIYIY I Y411 COLUMBIA RISC RECORDS Q I 7lnch 50 ccntw catch s per dozen I C10lnch 1 ouch 10 per I Grand Opera Records mtido In only 2 ouch dozenISand for Iaoal cataloguen of nraefrlnes Ifwa hssvo all tSio ncwct popular lla In recordu cylinder and disc Company17U9 Grand Prize I St Louis 1904 I tc 24 TO rfN fOR ONEYEARI Ben Clay Convicted Uuder New Poultry Stealing Law Convicted Man Fails to See Cause For Sentence and Refused to be Consoled I lltnilrrixin Cniintr Ulciiiicr Fob Gawd white folks dis am de fust time Ise evah heerd of the likes of dis NitfRahs been stealing chickens and turkeys since afore freedom and 1se de onliest one what has been rained foil de cote It wets Ben Clay speaking and he had just heard the verdict pronounced which will confine him in the ville penitentiary for one year EddI ing the first person con the Fifth judicial circuit under the new law making the stealing o poultry a felony did not make Hen feel any better Clay is a country nigger and the dignity of the court mystified and frightened him His eyes bulg ed out and he continually shuilled and wiggled ip his seat When the verdict of thajury was read he all r but wept and could not have appear ed more miserable had he been sen tenced to hang Clay was indicted for stealing four turkeys from the roost of Luther King who resides in the Frog Island neighborhood At the recent session of the legislature a law was passed making it a felony to steal chickens or other kind of poultry exceeding two dollars in value To be sent to the penitentiary just be t cause he robbed a turkey roost was altogether new for Clay and he I thought the whole world had turned against him in an effort to takeaway the Godgiven right of any darkey to take home with him any chicken or turkey he hapixmcd to sec on a convenient roost Clay is the first person in the Fifth district composed of Union Web ster and Henderson counties to bet indicted under the new law He had employedr before the jury but before Com monwealths Attorney Dixon had called his strongest witness it was clear that Clays fate was sealed So the Attorncysheld a consultation and Mr McClain agreed to with draw the plea of not guilty und en ter one of guilty with the understanding that the defendant be giv en one year in the penitentiary Clay was hard to convince that t the proceeding was the most advisable but after a little persuasion consent ed to the withdrawol of his plea and the prayer of mercy Judge Henson instructed the jury to bring in a verdict of one to five d years in the penitentiary Mr Dixon made a short statement to the jury in which he said that he would be satisfied with a sentence of one year and finished by saying that the case was the first one of the kind to come under his notice since being elected to office Judge Henderson corrrected the prosecutor by saying that it was the first chicken thief to be caught up with since Mr Dixon was elected and everybody in the the court room jurors clerks and sheriffs except Benjamin Clay l laughed And Benjamin with a sad l look on his face ponderlllon the way of the cruel world The jury was out two minutest After the verdict was read three ne groes who had been brought over from the jail to be arraigned tried N to console Clay with the fact that V he would be a member of the States rang of rock breakers for only one year when the jury might have sen tenced him to five years of hard work without pay But black Benjamin only rolled up his eyes and squirmed I in his seat refrusing all consolation He was unable tosee the justice in his receiving the sentence when he and everybody else knew that the darkeys had always purloined chick ens and some of them would con 1 tinue to purloin the fowls as long as they could find a convenient roost and then he had only taken four small turkeys Members of Clays family were in the court room and before he was taken back to jail gathered around him to say goodbye He left in I structions concerning the disposal of his tobacco crop and his other possessions I To prevent a flood of tears Turnkey Eblem hustled his prisoner away On his way to jail Clay expressed NEW THOUGHTS Are you wowing more attractive as you advance III lifeGiven a healthy body says Dr It V the snrclsl 1st in woman s die eases of Buffalo N Y and a I healthy mind and J everyone tan culti vale nudenjoy hap li We must eat- properly and dl belicaatiful fact that any form ttayInform n clear white skin into a mass of pimples oral black spots A beautiful woman has the beauty of her stem act Di Pierces Roldci Medical lMcovenlIIaluI gestion and thus the person Is saved from those symptoms of fever nightsweats headache etc which are ro common A tonic node up largely of alcohol will shrink the corpuscles of the blood Bud make theta weaker for resistance torfthe Krnmlnt medicine III the world write Mr dvpeplahaIciiic I used fire hollIes and now I sin lining my own housework A numlirr of my friend nl o are mine tr lIe= medicine and they rrcommcnd ft highly May God bleu you your grand work Dr Pierce believes tint a tonic made with alcohol will shrink the red blood and make the system weak for resistance that is why he avoided the use of any alco hot or narcotic in Ills Medical Discovery which contains the extract from roots and herbs without a particle of alcohol Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There is nothing just as goodor dyspepsia or debility htiliousnese is cured by the use of Dr tierces Pleasant 1tllcts his opinion of the poultry law and declared that if evah niggah what has stole a chicken or a duck or a turkey was sent to de pen de white folks couldnt make no crop dis yeah dey cpuldnt even find niggahs nuf to split de kindlin Catarrh a Disease of The System Puruna Cures Catarrh Whorovor Located Catarrh is a systemic disease cu rable only by a systematic treatment A remedy that cures catarrh must aim directly at the depressed nerve centers This is what Peruna does Peruna immediately invigorates the nerve centers which give vitality to the mucous membranes Then ca tarrh disappears Then catarrh is permanently cured If you do not receive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hart man giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio 0 How Sculptors Work in Marble The artist makes a model first not always lifcsize but almost none of them actually do the cutting in the marble This work is entrusted to highly skilled artisans who do the work under their direction and the sculptors superintend all the finish ing touches and even occasionally do some of the cutting on the face and hands The actual cutting of the stone is a most difficult process and requires great expert skill In case a full sized model is made the sculp tor sends it to a professional mar ble cutter who roughly shapes the block The general shape is often given to the block before it leaves the marbel yard to save the extra freight The rough carving is then done by the markable cutter who so shapes the block as to give it the general outline of the figure to be reproduced He drills a series of holes in the block the depth of each of which corresponds to an external point of the statue supposed to be inclosed in the stone After a suf ficient number of these holes have been made in the stone he removes the entire perorated portion and what remains gives the broad lines of the statue A TouchingStory Is the saving from death of the baby girl of Ceo A Eyler Cumber land Md He writesHAt the age of 11 months our little girl was in declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost In despair when we resolved to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief after taking four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health Never fails to re lieve and cure a cough or coldoAt Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free m 1 W k LARGEST FISW j Ever Taken in Puget Sound Put up a Game Fight 1 atlle 1jr+1 lntrlfIrLashed to the stern of a small fish ing craft the largest fish ever take in the Puget Sound came to this port It measured a trifle more than nine feet in length and weighed probably GOO pounds There w a dispute regarding its species when the black monster was towed in b Mick Dupont and a crew of Greek fishermen Some were of the opin ion that he was of the shark variety and a majority including men who claimed to have seen the same kind in foreign waters were of the opin ion that it was a blackfish Dupont operates a small salmon fishing crew on the sound The nets were set off West Seattle and about 230 oclock in the morning the crew went out in charge of Dupont to make the haul No sooner had they taken hold of the seine than there was a terrific struggle beneath the waters and it was evident thatmore than salmon had ben caught The men pulled the net to the surface when the captive was brought to viewFor a moment the tremendious tail lashed the water into a foam The net was torn from one end to the other and whatever the catch of salmon had been it was released While the fish was struggling a rope was secured and made fast about its tail It was then the work of a few moments to take the oars and pull for the shore On the way over the fish seemed to be fagged out and did not make muchresistance until near the wharf when he began to fight and for a moment it looked as though the little fishing craft and its occupants would be sent to the bottom How ever the men managed to keep the fishaway and finally he was landed near a little jetty where he remained over night A rough measurment showed him to be a little more than nine feet long Ills body is black in color In form he resembles very much the sturgeon His back is straight and his tail bevels up fully a foot over the top of his back In his thickest part he measures probably 18 inches through and tapers from head to tail His eyes are very large and protrude giving him the appear ance of great ferocityIAfter he was tied to the stern of Consumption CJ There is no specific for consumption Fresh air ex ercise nourishing foodand Scotts Emulsion willcome pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Mil lions of people throughout the goodhealth q From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient could not take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTSEMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot easilydigested system az cod liver oil in the form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous fj We will send you a sample free IJ Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne Chemists 409 P Street New York joe sad fn all draliu the fishing smack he appeared to beat ease and took a long rest An hour later he tugged at the two feet of rope which was given him to play but again realized his captivity and settled down for the night Within the recollection of the old est fishermen in Seattle there never was so large a fish taken in Puget atnhome in the ocean andadventure led to his fate To the West and Southwest Cal asifornia Etc Best reached via Missouri Pacific fromyly reduced onewarColonist rates on Feb 21 March 21 1905 to Arkan sas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points In other western States Great oppor tunity for the investor or homeseek er Homeseeker round trip ticket on saM every first and third Tues days of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates are Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stop over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missouri pacific Ry or Iron Mountain Route also personally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesday Thursdays and Saturday to California without change Descrip tive literature map folders etc furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Mat thews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky tf kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar turn all Coughs and expels Colds from the system by gently moving the towels u Varieties Never treat or mistreat a stran gerThe penalty for killing time should be severeThere many wrong ways but only one right way A newspaper without news is like a nut without a kernel Keep to the right is a good motto morally and otherwise Who hasnt saidin the mind at IcastVDamn the whistlers Dont be a Cheap Jack If you undervalue yourself others will Cotton isking no more it is sub ject to the bulls bears and boll weevil Variety is the spice of life If too spicy for comfort we dont care for itExcuse haste and bad pen as the pig said when he escaped from the sty To honor Natureand not Natures God is an insult to the Author of NatureSporting is often fairbut in cock fighting at least theres always foul playTimes have changed Now every one wants free silver at standard value Im falling from grace as the Irishman said when he slipped on an oily floor Spontaneous combustion often oc curs when an orator is on fire with his subject Between the upsand downs of lifeI the downs usually hold their own and then some Many a henpecked husband longs for home rule in male hands yet longs in vain A friend remarks that lie has 110 music in his soul except when he wears new shoes The strongest thing on earth is the human Aill yet oppose to the Divine will it is powerless- No playing for keeps to be al lowed hereafter in Cincinnati Gam bling is abolished for the present- A costly souvenir for all we meet socially or otherwise is a kindly greeting illuminated by a bright smileAn artist acquaintance asks Why should there be a race war So far as we can see it is simply a question ofcolorThose who dont know are more numerous than those who knownev ertheless they count as units in the electionsWorn I or mutilated coin dirty jor ragged bills will be cheerfully ex 1 changed for new coin and bills at the Cincinnati Sub reasury Postofilce Building at face value Give us a rest said a hod car rier on a new building tfere you are said the boss handing him his time and an order on the pay master for wages due ftodol Dyspepsia Curie Digests what yeu eat V I Iinand been inndo under his supervision pcrIAllow no to in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgood are but Experiments tlmttriflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorla Is n harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare gorlc Drops unit Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains Opium Morphine nor Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee Jt destroys and allays FeverIshness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates 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patterns lumped LaiL47 H rr I RORS=1 CUiI t L fIITfcko ho tulintIhere other login but uk nil Imitation they Jar the merit sod vaiue Wei I titled with the orljllAJ sadgrnainedeotd U i her leadmx y dealer even K wI f + ++++ ++4H++++t+ 1o+++++ OHo+ tFEMACURAAI allY remedlen tor Female lllocaws ore on tb market but the only one tbat Imff pt JVeh to be on absolute and Positive care tor all forms of Female Trouble U FKM ACIMIA Itlurletrlal will voovln Ii mOlt alritlc lof ate almost ml roculbut taratlre power Made only bythelCITlIIFIlLnPIIA1lMACALCO- Inc For cafe by 4 H WILlllAMS Hartford Ky f4+ ++++++e +++++ H4++++++++i4++++++e++4w p 1- tti Le lt1 act H fnsle k Atz r IdI I adiIIIMHu 1 l t k i 11 I Hartford Republican r luntdbythe Ilartlnnllnhllehlegtbmbaay- r ixcoiirniuvzD C K NMITJI Editor t xsyxPSSOtrsc Cumcrlni5 3l b3ough X17r 33 FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24 REPUBLICAN TICKET e r Foil ItElMlESEXTATlVK i t CHARLES C BEARD FoR COUNTY JUliO W B TAYLOR e I KOKCOUVrr counT CIEIlK- V S TIMSLEY ron COUNTY ATTOIIXBV- IJ M WOODWARD von 8IIKRIFF R B MARTIN ton JAILER OSCAR MIDKIFF i I FOR su1EnINTENOENTOFSC1100LSJAMES FOR ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH FOR SURVEYOR NATHANIEL MOXLEY FOR CORONER JEROME ALLENI i YOU MAOISTltATE 7 f We are nathorlied to announce JOIN M KI1ULTZ ae a candidate for the office of Ingle trate ot tbe Cromwell dIMrict inbject to the ac t i tlono the Ilepnbllcan party We are authorized to announce MACK COOK at ft candidate for the office of Magistrate of the Cromwell district subject to the action of Re publican party t FACTS AS THEY EXIST 1TheHartford Herald under head lines of A Specimen of Partisan Journalism after denying that it possesses sufficient knowledge or in formation to entitle it to more than I passing consideration which is per fectly apparent to any ordinary observer and explaining that it meant nothing by declaring that it- t is the duty of the Fiscal Court of 4 Ohio county to select a Supervisor of l roads proceeds to thrust some of v its venom at THE REPUBLICAN be I rcause we called attention to the fact i tthatthe law does not requirein fact oes not permit the selection of a thetare f even goes to the extent of saying that we did great violence to the truth in giving the purport of a par agraph in last weeks Herald Kind part i selfacknowledged irresponsible andI nonauthorativecontempo1ar Note its statement and our own beside it Tim rnnrlH liuve de The Herald In evl i rlilcd that Juetlcw ut deully mlitnlien wben the Pewee cannot net It fRI the IUml Court ac roml Supervisor ol uhlo county mint nod nl n thnt II county rrlret a Xuperrltor of ran here but ote Su roods fit Re next mist jitrvhor iiiul thin fog It hoe nonnthor luuke It the duty ot Ity to do MI mitem u the ritonl Court ol ryxtrm of working the Ohio county tortes n rondo by taxation u andpleu 15 IMS roiin IlriiliiicAN Feb IT G- All legal lore teaches us that when it is the duty of a tribunal a court Ohio county Fiscal Courtif you tlthe to do a thingit is bound to do In other words it must do it I The Herald said it is the duty of the Fiscal Court to appoint a road Super- I i Ivisor we construed that to mean it 4mustdo it How much wrong were and how great was the vio 1lencewe did the truth by so stating the proposition If duty to dot I when applied to courts is not synoni mous to must do then we were in error and did violence to the truth But be this as1 it may truth has been assaulted so many times and so violently by the Herald I that it has gotten hardened to vio t lence But the puniest and most unmanly part of the Heralds tirade against t J us is prefaced by the following Ijwordsr I We hay noticed ItniwmlnglncllOriwo i i toward the American Society ol Knotty i and other Intelfit whkh affect the furiu xerand wondered lit It This iseither an unwarranted and 1intentionalmisrepresentation intend to us into disfavor with the t American Society of Equity or its whatf4I THE REPUBLICAN during recent months We will leave it to two members of the American Soc i ty of Equity in the county say F W Pirtle and Mr David Mor land or any other two who have TilE REPUBLICAN and the Herald and if they dont say that we have published r the American Society of Equity and in the interest 6f same within the past three months or within any given past period of long er time more matter than has the Herald we will quit the newspaper business and give our plant to the Herald as a chromo We have been conscientious in our support of th farmers organization the American Society of Equity and their demand for a greater share of the profits from the products of their labor but have never appealed to them on account of such support in an effort to get them to subscribe for Tin REPUBLICAN as the Herald has done Every member of the order present at the organization of the Coun ty Union on the 11th day of January will bear witness that TILE REPUB- lican was the first to tender its col umns to the order for the publica tion of any thing that it or any of its members desired published and the Herald came poor second in such tender Prior to this date sev eral months we announced that a column of our paper each week was at the disposal of anyone who wish ed to discuss questions relative to farming or the farmers organiza tions If our brother Herald will only meet the facts as they exist it will find us supporting all movements for good and progress At least that is what we intend to do IN Breathitt county when a prom inent official is about to be indicted for aiding and abetting in the assas sination of his fellow man he submits a list of jurors by which he wishes to be tried in the event of such in dictment ADVICE givers of the country should find other employment besides trying to lead the President Mr Roosevelt knows his duty and he is going to do it by the people as the trusts are now willing to testify RUSSIA and Japan have practically agreed on terms of peace and the cessation of hostilities between the countries but Russia wants to try the Japs one more round before they are put into effect IT is unfortunate that Hoch did not employ asecretary when he en tered the wholesale matrimonal field As it is he cannot guess nearer than ten of the number of wives he has had COL W J BRYAN urges that the Democratic party shall rid itself of misrepresentatives and yet he re fuses to budge an inch himself EXGOVERNOR BOB TAYLOR of Tennessee is booked for the Vaudeville Stage He will undoubtedly be i a star in any VaudevilleI IP the Russian soldiers were as good marksmen as the bomb throwers the Japs might fare worse A MAN is known by the language- he uses when he misses the stepping stone and lands in the mud TIIESE cold waves may accomplish some good after all if they freeze out the spring poets Y M C A Notes The TwentySeventh Annual State Convention of the Young Mens Christian Associations of Kentucky I recently held at Owensboro was the most spiritual convention ever held in Kentucky The following dele gates went from Ohio county Messrs G B Likens Robert Ben nett Grossie WilliamsRev Burnett of Hartford Morton Williams Jesse Hoover of Beaver Dam Reginald Bennett of Narrows ClaudeShultz of Pleasant Ridge and County Sec retary Sidenius and wife A report of the convention will be given next Sunday afternoon at the Baptist church at 230 to which the public ladies especially are invited A brief report of the convention proceedings will be a service 6ng to be rememberedI Messrs Wallace Riley and George Lewis of Hartford were in attendance at the Owensboro Convention Sunday The ladies of Hartford areearnest Iy jnvjted to meet at the Y M C A Rooms next Thursday afternoon at 230 Every lady interested in the welfare of our and men should attend Something of interI eSt to all and it is hoped that a reorganization of the Ladies Auxiliary FAIRS STORE NEWSu FAIRS DEPARTMENT STORE FEBRUARY 1905 MARKET ST HARTFORD KY i J ust a good reliable store A store to which you can tol ephono your orders or send your youngest child and have glvOneyour pertson Thats this Store Spring Ginghams A lino that we are proud of anti justly so because the line comprises the best the mark et iflords For an early spring waist you cannot nfi OCvarietyCome and see them Shoe Department Those who patronize us regularlycan readily testify to the wearing qualities of our entire line Priesmeyer Shoes for Ladies mold Chil drenthe Victor Shoe for men None better made Trya pair and you will have no other Domestic Department- Full all the time of all the standard brands of Muslins Sheetings Tickings Prints Apron Check Ginghams etc ut the lowest possible prices Ladies Skirts By cautious buying we are able to show you a clean fresh line of Skirts at prpes of shopworn garments For this month only we give you choice of our 2 Skirts for 139 our 350 Skirts for 229 Its Ito your interest to buy now and buy from us Corset Specials With the two wellknown brandstho American Lady and B CJ we should be in a position to suit tho taste of any lady Visit this department if you desire a Corset that wears and fits well Price SOc toSlOO We are trying hard to rein the business right If wo do mako any mistakes come to us and tellus We will be more anxious to correct the error than you may be to have us will be the outcome A meeting all mothers should be interested inI The County Secretary will speak GENERAL NEWSI Gathered From Various Sources Over the j CountryBriefItems I It has given out that the Burley Tobacco Growers Association will yet be a success from the fact that Thomas W Lawson has become in terested in it and has not only signified I his willingness to put his own money into the association but has promised to secure the aid of We have opened n up an entirely h new departments E C ON oicMaviia sour MEN T in which we will carry Home Goods and House Furnishings etc which we do not carry in stock upstairs It is a daylight basement airy and commodious and in it you Nothing But BargainsI Now to start it going we offer a big lot of new Fresh Goods Worth tOe and 12c for 5e Dover ogg beaters Fine tea strainers Fine wire teapot stand Soap savers Good curry combs Holl picture wire Heavy screen door springs Heavy door bolt Good screw drivers Handy monkey wrench Fire shovels Cake Williams shaving soap Bottle perfume lug piece glassware Can openers Corkscrews Lump Burners Stove lifters Box of paper Big tablets Shawl straps Mixing spoons Plain dairy pans Wash basins Dust pans Mouse traps Fancy trays Wooden perforated lir seats Rolling Pins Towel Hollers Lace shelf Paper Brushes of various sorts Flue Stoppers Cake Cutters Garden Trowels 500 good smooth picks 0 doxcn clothes pins Box scentctl Talcum powder Bottle best Vnselono Mens good mixed Sox 1 dozen Masons jar rings 5 cakes ironing wax 1 yard shelf oilcloth Piece Crepe tissue paper Brass curtain rod- srdalllinen hemstitched handkerchiefs Pretty piece of opalescent glassware Two good hemstitched hand kerchiefs 1 dozen good pearl buttons Pocket comb in case of of other capitalists wh 3se interests are opposedto the interest of Standard OilOne hundred and fiftytwo coal bowI Ala Monday afternoon through an explosion that tons of debris to fall at the entrance td the shaft closing it A large force is at work to dig a way through to the entombed men but it is not expected that this can be effected till too late for them to be taken out Attorney General and Com monwealths Allen have filed the clerk of the court of Worth ISc and 20c for tOe Heavy wire Good curry combs Heavy extension curtain rods Good heavy padlock Largo screw drivers Kitchen scales with pan Leamon squeezers hire shovels Feather dusters Mincing knives Gas tapers- Cake Pears soap 1 cake toilet soap Extra large pieces of glass ware some worth Opalescent ware assorted patterns Usefulsink strainers Rattan carpet beaters Box of paper Shawlstraps Bread knives Ice cream dishcrs Tin sauce pans preserve kettles Soap dishes Heavy dust pans Comb and brush trays Muilin nans Glass dippers Milk strainers Wooden chopping bowls Towel racks Towel rollers Mop Holders Hat and racks Extra good scrub brushes 50 foot braided clothes line Vim rat traps 1 largo matted picture Box Violet talcum powder Alcohol stove Mens Holey embroidered hose Ladies fast black hose Hood whisk broom Good dressing comb Now pearl waist sets Boys base ball masks Ladies pad front hoso supporter Ladies or childs good side supporter Yard of fancy neckrib bon And lots other items You can get a wheel barrow load good merchandise for SOc caused completely endeavored alive Hay Attorney with broilers 2oc Tin coat wide Appeals the answer to the petition praying strain the Fayette Circuit Court from taking jurisdiction in the trial of the indictments against them for complicity in the murder of James Cockrill The answer charges fraud and collusion between the Hargises Callahan Magistrate Edwards and Deputy SheriffCenters all of Breath itt county in having the Hargises and Callahan arrested on the kIrilled by the Fayette grand jury against them for the same offense The question of peace between Russia and Japan has not only White Goods Our new spring line is the prettiest that wo have ever shown New effects in mer cerized Jaqiumle Ktamine PeSoio Mercerized Batiste Corded Muslins Mercerized Circnudinc Persian Lawns Fancy Piques I olyJtHluurd Mercomed Poplins otc If its White Goo h como to see us Spring Embroideries Undoubtedly the biggest und cheapest lino that will ho shown in Hartford Not old patterns this years produc lion at It low prate Its certainly cheap when OccrWe hint them Spring Silks Tins means Now Silks Now Shades bought at pricey that make competition won der Silks for Waists Silky fur Suits will be in tho ascen dency this spring Wo have J7CforCome and see them before buying Dress Goods Our Spring Line is just in i Comopsing nil tho now shades in the late wears From what wo can get her Mohiars Sicillinns and Panama Cloth are tho favorites Wo have a strong lino from SOc to 75e in fancyaultlplain Como and see thorn or writo fur samples Spring Shirts Entirely now pattern No LarriidnviT dirty stork Clean fivsh desirable good jverytmc a beauty and a bar gain Fur this month our en tire lint of Tot Shirts for Hie Dill lot of mens good work Shirts sizes Mi to 17 regular Hoi values for lc Winter Underwear- To close our Underwear entirely out wo have reduced Our stuck of liens 1Ieav Fleeced curn1entsi1run1500tor We Our Mens Fleeced Ribbed Gamier ts now 19c Nudes 25c vests now loc been formally discussed but the conditions on which Russia is prepared to make peace have prac tically been agreed upon These are 1derthur and the Liao Tung peninsula to be ceded to Japan Vladivostok to be declared a neutral port with an open door The Eastern Chinese jleutralinternational U churia as farjiorih as HarI1i to be i restored as an integral part oi the Chinese Empire The difficulty lies lrtnlty t cltrI t not Insuperableeti i H i i n I EP BARNES BRO Our Furniture stock occupies several thousand foot y IQf Hour space und contains almost anything necessary anIcomfortablehomellebny this line in good l a r g 0- quantities and are in a posi tion to give our trade the1 very lowest possible prices and you will find nothing in our stock but honest honola1lymndl Lure that willi I I give perfect satisfaction properly eared for in every instance We Can Sell You HedKoom Suits 1250 to 4500 Oak Dressers 000 to 2500 uBocltitcncls 225 to 1200 U Chairs per set 450 to 1000 u Rockersr 125 to 500- I I Folding Beds 1500 to 2500 Ie Side Hoards 1500 to 2500 Folding Lounges and Couches 000 to 1500 Safes anti Cupboards 225 to 050 S 0pllngz3Mattresses 200 to 1000 Stand Tables 135 to 500 Extension Tables 100 to 1000 And many other things that you must see to appreci ate their value Visit this department anti you will bo delighted with the values you will se- eInventory Is all done and as usual there are odds and ends in every department that wo have cut the prices from onehalf to onethird their original value If you are in need of seasonablo stun you can save from 50c to 75e on every dollars worth you buy of our odds and ends Como to see us It will bo a pleasure to show you these goods and if there is anything in the lot you can use it means a big saving for ypu Beaver Dam Ky J Subscribe Now xl Per Year in Advance The City Restaurant Jarinot afford to be outdone by its larger neighbors in cut ing prices so it oflertf the following unheard ofbargains for jhe balance of this year vA 50c Quart of Oysters for Half a bollar A 25c Steak Meal for a Quarter A 25c Fish Meal fir a Quarter i A lOc Bowl of Soup for a Dime r t A lOo HofLunch for a Dime j t i II JL A5ct nrt Wfnrth h for a Nickel A pq Sack Hot Peanuts fqr a Jttic el1 H A 5o Cup Hot Chocolate for a Nickel f This IB only a pointer to the luaridreds ofbargains as overy in the proportion Come early andavoid the rusht I r g t t+ Hariford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24 h IMInolsContral RallroadTlmo Table North Iliiiiiiili- So 132 illicit J n in 1ldnItaopmNo161nrs71s Kiinih nnnnil So 11 iluUJI u in Nn till line ZM p MI No 131 ilnr 841 p in Carson Bros pay cash for Furs Mr E A Smith Ceralvo called to see us Wednesday Dr H B Innes Render was a pleasant caller Monday S T Brown Centertown called to see us Tuesday Mr J B Dodson Buford caller to see us Tuesday J E Miller Friedaland was a pleasant caller last Saturday Mr W S Carter Centertownwas a pleasant caller Wednesday Mr J A Johnson Heflin was a- very pleasant caller Monday Mr L D Bennett of Beda made us a pleasant call last Friday Capt A B Stanley Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller Tuesday W C Overhults Smallhous was a pleasant caller last Saturday Nat Lindley Point Pleasant was a pleasant caller last Saturday Mr J R Hunter Smallhous was a pleasant caller last Saturday Mr W H Read Preritis was a very pleasant caller Wednesday Mr Willie Lewellen Dundee made us a very pleasant call Wednesday Mr Joe H Roberts Fordsville was a very pleasant caller Wednes dayT C Stratton of the North Hart ford neighborhood called to see us Monday Mr Oscar Flener visited in Lo gansport Ky last Saturday and Sunday Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery v 46tf Miss Lena Miller Magan and J P Holbrook Buford matriculated in school Monday Hon M L Heavrin and Superin tendent James M DeWeese went to Louisville yesterday John n Foster who has been quiet ill of the grip for the past two weeks is able to be out again The Prohibitionists of the county will meet at the Court House here Saturday March 25th for the pur pose of nominating a ticket for the various county offices J T Hoagland Clear Run leftfor Lexington Tuesday He had just closed his school and he is the last of the beneficiaries from Ohio coun ty to enter the State school Mrs J T Wallace and son John and wife of the East Hartford neighborhood who have been quite ill of the grip and pneumonia are much better and still improving Mr Lee Long member of the firm of Martin Long who recently purchased the Economy Dry Goods business from Mrs SC Smith has moved with his family tour town The Docket for the March term of Circuit Court is made up and is composed of 92 criminal 29 new equity and 23 new ordinary cases Court convenes the first Monday in March andcontinues three weeks At the Baptist church next Sunday tt230 oclock a public meeting of the Y M C A will beheld at which reports from the Owensboro State Convention will be given by the attending delegates The ladies are especially invited Mrs Lue Collins fell on the ice last Sunday sustaining painful if not serious injuries One of her hips was badly fractured and shesustain ed other slight Injuries Mrs Collins is more than sixty years old and twill take some time for her to recover and possibly may never completely recover I Mr Jesse E Crawford of Mill wood Grayson county and Miss hna Crabtree 6f Leit field Gray son county were united in marriage C afctheiresidence of Mr John B Fos tel last Monday night IIi the pres once of several friendsof the family i Rev J A Bennett spoke the word that made them one I Mrs Isaac Foster quite ill at her home Commercial Hotel city A B Leach and Letchcr Taylor Manda were pleasant callers yester day Miss Norma Brown Centertown I is the guest of her sister Mrs Isaac FosterMiles Keown who has been quiet ill of the grip for the past two weeks is able to be out againiMrs Alex iill of the grip at her home on Fred erica street is much improved iHartfordyouve got and pay you the highest icash price =Dr E W Ford whom we report ed last week as being in a serious condition of appendicitis is able to be out again Capt J G Keown has reurned to P5I Hartford after a berief location in Oklahoma City Ok He says it is entirely too cool there for him The champion hog for Hartford b was butchered last Monday Its gross weight was 754 pounds and be longed to Mr Rowan Holbrook Miss Margaret Fulkerson of Ceral i iillen a relapse and is not expected toirecover Secretary Richard Sidenius of the idayBeaver Dam where he had been in the interest of the work Mrs Amanda Barnett of the North Hartford neighborhood left Wednesday to visit her two children who live in Arkansas She was accompanied by her grandaughter Mrs R M Thornsberry of Owens Ihomea brief illness of consumption She was thirty four year old and a con sistent Christian lady After funeral I services conducted by Rev E W Coakley her remains were laid to I rest in the Taylor Mines cemetery J WednesdayA of Hartford Union No 1 American Society of Equity has been called for Saturday March 4 J at 1 oclock p m The puipose of Ibusinessany who wish to do so to become mem Hers of the order Every member should attend and urge his neighbor to join with him Mrs Rebecca Marks and daughters Misses Edna and Lizzie of Los Angeles Cal arrived Wednesday toe the guests of Mr and Mrs T S Marks Mrs Marks is the widowed wife of the late Jack Marks of Lou isville When her husband died she moved to California but has become displeased with that location and will probably take up her residence here Arrangements to have the McI Henry Amateur Dramatic Company render their new play entitled A Womans Honor atTaylors Op era House in the near future are in course of consumation The people of Hartford have always respondedI in liberal patronage to takings ofhome people and if McI Henrys troupe should come they will be well received and appre ciated oQuartery meeting for the Hart ford Circuit was held at the Hart ford Methodist church last Saturday and Sunday Presiding Elder Rush- Ing was called away Sunday to preach the funeral of a friend Rev R D Bennett filled the pulpitSun day at eleven oclock in Elder Rush ings place He delivered a most ex cellent sermon on the subject of practical heartfelt religion Rev Rushing will preach here tonight at which time the sacramental services omitted Sunday oh account of his ab sence will be had BearWrlbtIOn next Sunday at the grooms ionic near Adaburg Mr J W Bent will be united ire marriage1 Miss JItosh Ben Wright The fifrdbhi is man sixtyfive years of age and an ex federal soldier In the war fof the Rebellion The bride to be is1 uite young qnly nineteen and Da 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 Came Hair Underwear ONLY 40C A PAIR orlIONLY 43C A AIR For mens good leather 75c Gloves with long cuffs ONLY 38C EACH For mens fancy Shirts real ly worth 50c Only a few left ONLY 42C EACH For a good heavy work Shirt recently sold for 75c and 50c ONLY 22C EACH For ladies fine heavy Un derdhirts worth 25c and 50c ar lose this for it is your S for o Notice i Hartford Union No 1 American Society of Equity will meet at th court house in Hartford on Saturday March 4 1905 at 1 oclock p m Anyone wishing to join the union at that time will have the privilege of doing so A full attendance- is earnestly F W PIRTLE Pres R B MARTIN Sec What the Mill Go Has to Sell All kind of Flour and Meal all kinds of mixed and groun Feed Also Seed Oats an Hay you need in Bracket and 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 stock v P bring u I your plow and have them for 25c Respy I MILL rA Unique Marriage One of the most unusual and out- of veddjngs hat has occurred in Hartford in many years i tooK place h re The cop I tracting parties were Dr J Vii Roach and Cordelia Before the ceremony was perform who must be 70 years old deeded his farms worth 5000 and made over all his personal property ohis- t spontobe wife 1 45 years x The old man had agreed ONLY EACH + For a nice black kersoy cloth Overcoat one that was sold for 7 ONLY 365CHOICE Of 10 nice mens Suits up todate fit and quality I were sold for 050 ONLY PAIR For a nico dress Shoe genuine calf skin leather ONLY 134 A PAIR For the May i d Pants always sold nt175 ONLY 7OC A PAIR For mens good Jeans Pants lined from top to bottom ONLY 98C EACH For the latest style Hat always sold for 150 Dont opportunity for own interest VOLt Bargair1s 86m BachHartford Ky requested Hartford Anything Building Material Spindle Scrollwork SFarmers points sharpenedthree HARTFORD COI theordinary yesterday Kirk thegro9mo 375 100A genuine to do this before coming to Hartford but after arriving refused fora long papersegave edgement and the wedding took place u CANE RUN Feb 21Elder J W Brirto filled his regular appointment at this place last Saturday and Sunday John A McCord who has been visiting in this community for the pest two months will return to his home in Auburn tomorrow Mr and Mrs May Armstrong of Olaton werd the guest of their friends Mr and Mrs Thomas Daniel near Salem Friday nightS Stdnear this place and Olaton Mrs Rufus Boyd who has been on the sick list for the past month is nobetterLittle Lucile St Clair was the guest of her friends Josie and Leo na Wilson Sunday Mr and Mrs Sanbach went to Hartford Saturday Bill Christian and Johnnie Lanpford are attending the protracted meet 5ing at Horse Branch White of Friedaland has moved to R T Hoovers farm near Rosine J A Stogner and family visited his grandfather Anderson Martin Sunday and Monday Miss Evelyn Jamison of this place jwho has been visiting her sisters Mrs Annie JMyersand Mrs Nannie White returned to her h me last Thursday J G Wilson went to Beaver Dam- yesterday Wm White died Saturday night of consumption Mr White had sat- tgledforsome time with this dreadful disease He leavesa wife and several children and a hosto of friends and L relatives to mourn his lossX114 iMyj i rw + I j I t w y Il I f r DUMMY DEER Running By Electricity Flash es Before Marksmen On Car Through the Wild Woods Clarence Alackays Ex travagant Device Even in the age of extravagant contrivances it is doubtful whether any toy has been constructed so unique and costly as that which Clarence H Mackay recently has had installed on his estate at Harbor Hill near Rosslyn L I Shooting galleries in which rabbits pigs and lions bobs up and disappear in front of a screen a dozen feet away to tempt and test the aim of sports men have long been familiar to visitors r to Coney Island and other similar resorts Clarence Mackay has constructed in the wildest part of ghisbig estate an electric railway to furnish him the same sport on a scale and in a manner that is true to natureThe railway which runs in an irregular ellipse and is operated by elec tricityis a mile long and goes winding in and out among the woods and broken j ground with all the seeming irresponsibility of a wild animal The i animal is provided in the shape of a lifesized metal deer mounted on a small bogie truck At a speed which can be regulated at any pace up to 10 or 12 miles an hour the deer is carried through the woods and as it t appears at the different openings that have been cut among the trees along the route of the railway Mr Mackay and his sporting friends get a chance for just such a quick shot as the hunter in the Maine woods has to rely on to fill his bag At the end of the run the truck passes over an automatic switch which shuts off the current and the deer comes to a standstill in a sheltered pit where a marker is posted He notes the places where the deer has been hit telephones by means of a special wire laid down for the purpose the results of his aim to the man with the gun and then as soon as he has pasted a piece of can vas or brown paper over the wounds that have been made is ready toI start the deer off again to run the gantlet of the marksman a second i or a third time 1 Give YourStomach a Rest Your food must be properly digest ed and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stomach is weak or diseased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives i the stomach rest enabling it to recuperate take on new life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour stomach gas Bloating heart palpi tation and all digestive disorders Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Some Things You May Not Know The movement in England for restoring the use of knee breeches is making considerable progress To meet the unemployed difficulty in Manchester a new industry col lecting scrap tin from rubbish heaps hal been started The Limerick Corporation recently adopted a resolution that during its year of office the Mayor and city high Sheriff should not accept Brit ish honors Gen Greely chief signal officer U S A will convert the Omaha Nob barracks into a signalcorps t post where experiments will be e made with airships and dirigible balloons A former army officer plays a hand organ on the streets of Sheffield and between times lectures on the methods of the British War Officer which he says reduced him to r penuryJ OConnor once one of the most trusted of the Pacific Mail Steamship Companys captains died in Panama the other day a common laborer among the negroes on the wharves Whisky Yes Complimentary to the power of the press is the letter of a Buenos t Ayres woman who writes to the edi r tor of a London evening paper ask 1inghim to use his influence to pre vents the earths orbit from being changed A Turkish newspaper announced ti recently in recording various honors conferred on deserving soldiers of the Sultan that Capt Ali Rims Agha of the zouave regiment of the im perial guard had received the title of effendi for having learned to read and write Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured With local Applications as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intel nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh 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 purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combinations of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials freeIToleIdoSold by druggists c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m A Snake Hunting Dog Lulu who was my constant companion for abbutsix weeks two years ago in Florida was a cross between the fox terrier and pug She would hunt for and find snakes much as a goodsetter would find quail She killed all she found till much to the disgust of my friends who owned chickens I told her she musnt I have the skin of a six foot chicken snake which she detained for me till I took it with a forked stick She one day at my command held at bay by barking a nine foot king snake for about half an hour till I had studied it all I wished and called her off Much to my regret I learn ed that she waS afterward bitten by a rattler and die- dPublic Is Aroused The public is aroused toa knowl edge of the curative merits of that medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Walters of S4G St Clair Ave Columbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after beginning to take Electric Bitters I obtained relief and in a short time I was en tirely cured Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store price 50c m All the Difference StrangerIf a man falls down an open coal hole can he sue the owner of the premises for damages LawyerCertainly sir certainly Big damages and get them too StrangerWell as my brother was passing your house this morning he fell through a coal hole and broke his leg- LawyerHest Did he use ordi nory vigilance to prevent such an accident Did he look at his feet as he walked Did he stop and examine the condition of the pavement before treading upon it Answer me that sir- StrangerStop Why no Lawyer Aha I thought as much He is guilty of criminal negligence for he might have fallen upon one of my family under the coal- role Might have killed us all s l- As it is I shall sue him for tres pass From a Witee Diary- A word to the wise is resented Many are called but few get up Where theres a will theres a law suitHonor is without profitin most countries I When folly is bliss tis ignorance to be otherwise Fools rush in and winwhere angels fear to tread Love is romantic matrimony is de cidedly a matter of fact People who live in gloss houses should pull down the blinds Misery loves company but company does not reciprocate Think of your ancestors and your posterity and you will never marry i When we hear of other peoples troubles it reconciles us to our own At Least One Remembers What are you studying about flipper Some one just paid me back 20 and I cant remember who it is Well dont grieve The unknown will remind you of it fre I quently enough never fear j Subscribe tut TuE RGrUIILIGAN SOME CURIOUS FINDS Money Lost on a Farm Was Lo cated Inside a Po tato IVnnnna tVrrkly A Scarborough gentleman was surprised recently to find 38 pins in his breakfast egg and most other people would have been surprised too under the circumstances There ought to be a collection of miracu lous eggs somewhere It was only two years ago since a hen laid an egg at Bedford with a penny in it There is no doubt at all as to the fact but the question How did the penny get inside the egg has never been quite satisfactorily settled A companion puzzle is afforded by a market gardener well known at Spitalfields Market who once lost and found a half crown under almost incredible circumstances He was inspecting his crops when he dropp ed the half crown on the ground and though he searched long and diligently he searched in vain A year passed and the incident was being forgotten when as he wa4 se lecting some potatoes for the market Mr Smith came across one of a very curious shape Cutting it open to discover the cause of its eccentricity the gardener found inside it the half crown piece he had lost 12 months before The potato was seen jy hundreds of people and the truth of the story is well vouched forRemarkable as they are there is nothing unique in these cases One of the romances of moneymaking is the story ofa man who found a newspaper inside a shark when fishing in Australia in 1870 and who learned the news of the FrancoGer man war in this way early enough to make a fortune out of it The story may be true or not everybody in Australia knows it Another after the same kind is that of the Milford Haven traveler which while fishing off Carlingford Lough a year or two ago caught up in the net a packet of papers tied together with red tape and carefully sealed The skipper of the boat handed the documents to a lawyer and it was found they were a missinglinkwbich stood between a woman and her for tuneThey proved the right of a Miss Macdonald to certain estates in Ire landwhich she had claimed tenI years before but which she had fail ed to win because the will could not be produced It was this will which was brought up from the sea A Boys Education- In the opening address of Chan cellor McCracken of New York Uni versity occurred the following statement which is good food for fathers to meditate upon When a boy has learned from his father that it is manly to drink healthful to smoke and picturesque to swear the college bus a hard time to convince that youth that its fiI brary is a more attractive place than a beer room We notify mothers and fathers who send us spoiled boys that we will try to make them de cent men but if twelve months time goI all charges prepaid We would rath er graduate a freshman into a place on his fathers farm in Winchester or on his fathers shop down in Manhattan than to keep him three years longer and graduate him a dissipa ted scholar however brilliant Cuba Uses Our Currency Cuba has no currency of its own coinage The official money of the Republic is United States currency and all taxes or public debts are parable in the same except fees of registrars of property which are collected in Spanish gold In com mercial circles wholesale Spanish gold is the basis of calculation and in the retail trade and in the country Spanish silver is always entirely usedUnited States currency is always at a premium over Spaiish gold but this premium fluctuates according- to demand for Spanish gold and silverThe Automobile in War The first war automobile to be used under actual service condition will shortly be sent by the Russian I millitary authorities to Manchuria where it will be used to transport I war materials and provisions It i consists of a thirtysix horse power French car upon which a largo dynamo has been placed which furnishes the power to the electric motors of trailers Each of these can carry a load of 1760 pounds and the train can be driven at a rate of speed averaging ten miles per hour DR FEKNERS GOLDEN RELIEF sSi ay pulu inside ur out luduui a to 5 minutes Hot Springs Ark This great health and pleasure re sort is best reached via the Iron Mountain Route Quickest schedule and solid trains Pullman sleepers chair cars etc from St Louis or Memphis daily Now is the season to visit this great resort Low rpund trip rates liberal limits Handsome descriptive literature furnished free For rates map folders etc call on nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky tf That Tickling In the Throat One minute after taking One Min ute Cough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throat notthestomach Harmless good for children Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m DoWStVs JJJJiV Salve For Pries Burns Soros Along the Ohio Nervous Mother Marie what on earth are those children doing in the nursery Maid Playing ice gorge madame Willie is lying on his back kicking his heels likea stem wheel and Charlie is throwing stovcwood athimNervous Mother What is Arthur doing Maid He is playing the interested public He sits on the shore i and tells the sailor men they are not doing ft right cn S TOr za tfiI1Igatur01 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery For Cojtraeidlnd50cA1100 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falli Trial Dottle rne An Opportunity Vc want a man in this locality to soil the WliKELKK IC WILSON Sewing Machine We can offer ex ceptional inducements to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our produc- tEnergetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableof development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfg Co 72 end 74 Vabith Ave cmCAGO h 4 f t mt J J J 41 i1 j Do You Need jf 1 Printing t t t 13 If you do we are ready to take your order yi=3 Envelopes per 500 SL00 t- yf Letterheads per ream of 500 125 it tiOtel1CrlllS tier ream of 500 100 500tt4Z Statements per team of 93l44 tut ream J f Prescription Blanks tear 1000 101 = 4i Ilti luiS Cards Visiting Cards 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Writ Plnn aL For Sale by Ja H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky j je 7 tr +y + or 1fo4 = o y + 4+ A r- 4r Tya or u f g l J DUMMY DEER Running By Electricity Flash l es Before Marksmen On Car Through the Wild Wood Clarence Mackays Ex travagant Device Even in the age of extravagant contrivances it is doubtful whether any toy has been constructed so unique and costly as that whit Clarence H Mackay recently has had installed on his estate at Harbo Hill near Rosslyn L I Shootin- t galleries in which rabbits pigs and lions bobs up and disappear in fron of a screen a dozen feet away to tempt and test the aim of sports men have long been familiar to visitors to Coney Island and other similar resorts Clarence Mackay has constructed in the wildest part his big estate an electric raihya- to furnish him the same sport on scale and in a manner that is true to natureThe railway which runs in an irregular ellipse and is operated by elec tricityis a mile long and goes winding in and out among the woods and brok en ground with all the seeming irresponsibility of a wild animal The animal is provided in the shape of a lifesized metal deer mounted on a small bogie truck At a speed which can be regulated at any pace up to 10 or 12 miles an hour the deer is carried through the woods and as iti l appears at the different openings that have been cut among the trees v along the route of the railway Mr Mackay and his sporting friends gefa chance for just such a quick shot Iathe hunter in the Maine woods to rely on to fill his bagIAt the end of the run the truck passes over an automatic switch which shuts off the current and the deer comes to a standstill in a shel tered pit where a marker is posted He notes the places where the deer has been hit telephones by means of a special wire laid down for the purpose the results of his aim to the man with the gun and then as soon as he has pasted a piece of can vas or brown paper over the wounds that have been made is ready toI start the deer off again to run thel if gantlet of the marksman a second i or a third time l Give Your Stomach a Rest Your food must be properly digest ed and assimilated to be of any value to yourIf your stomach is weak o diseased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives k the stomach rest enabling it to recuperate take on new life and grow I strong again Kodol cures sour stomach gas Bloating heart palpi tation and all digestive disorders Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Some Things You May trot Know The movement in England for res toring the use of knee breeches is making considerable progress To meet the unemployed difficulty in Manchester a new industry col letting scrap tin from rubbish heaps has been started The Limerick Corporation recently adopted a resolution that during its year of office the Mayor and city high Sheriff should not accept Brit y Iishhonors Greely chief signal officer S A will convert the Omaha 1u barracks into a signal corps t where experiments will bci v made with airships and dirigible baLloonsIA former army officer plays a hand organ on the streets of Shef field and between times lectures on the methods of the British War Of ficer which he says reduced him to penury J W OConnor once one of the most trusted of the Pacific Mail Steamship Companys captains died E in Panama the other day a common slaboreramong the negroes on the wharves Whisky Yes Complimentary to the power of I the press is the letter of a Buenos r n Ayres woman who writes to the edi tor of a London evening paper asking him to use his influence to pre vents the earths orbit from being changed A Turkish newspaper announced recently in recording various honors conferred on deserving soldiers o- ItheSultan that Capt Ali Rim Agha of the zouave regiment of the im11- f perial guard had received the titl of effendi for having learned to read and write Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured With local Applications as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order teeny e it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for ears 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 combinationgs of the two pro duces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Props Toledo O- Sold by druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m Dogy11Lulu was my com panion for abbut six weeks two years ago in Florida was a cross between the fox terrier and pug She would hunt for and find snakes much as a good setter would find quail She killed all she found till much to the disgust of my friends who owned chickens I told her she musnt I have the skin of a six foot chicken snake which she detained for me till I took it with a forked stick She one day at my command held a bay by barking a nine foot king snake for about half an hour till I had studied it all I wished and called her off Much to my regretI learned that she waS afterward bitten by rattler and died- Public Is ArousedtThe public is aroused toa knowl edge of the curative merits of tha medicinal tonic Electric Bitters Lfor sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Walters of 54G St Clair Ave Columbus 0 writes Fo several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague m nerves were wrecked I could no sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that 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 Bros drug store price 50c m All the Difference StrangerIf a man falls down open coal hole can he sue the owne of the premises for damages 1LawyerCertainly sir certainly Big damages and get them too Stranger Well as my brother was passing your house this morn ing he fell through coal hole aloe broke his leg LawyerHem Did he use ordi nory vigilance to prevent such an accident Did he look at his feet a he walked Did he stop and exam ine the condition of the pavement before treading upon it Answer me that sir- StrangerStop Why no Lawyer Aha I thought as much He is guilty of criminal negligence for he might have fallen upon one of my family under the con hole Might have killed us all sir As it is I shall sue him for tres pass From a Yitee Diary- A word to the wise is resented Many are called but few get up Where theres a will theres a law suitHonor is without profitin most countries When folly is bliss tis ignorance to be otherwise Fools rush in and winwhere angels fear to tread Love is romantic matrimony is decidedly I a matter of factCPeople who live in glass housesr should pull down the blinds Misery loves company but com pany does not reciprocate Think of your ancestors and your posterity and you will never marry When we hear of other peoples troubles it reconciles us to our own At Least One Remembers What are you studying about ClipperSome one just paid me hack 2 and I cant remember who it isUWell dont grieve The un will remind of it fire fearf i rSubscribe bur TUB ltEruntILAN- e i SOME CURIOUS FINDS Money Lost on a Farm Was Lo cated Inside a Po rate rrnrmm Weekly A Scarborough gentleman was surprised recently to find 38 pins i1I his breakfast egg and most other people would have been surprise too under the circumstances Ther ought to be a collection of miracu lous eggs somewhere It was only two years ago since a hen laid an eg at Bedford with a penny in it The is no doubt at all as to the fact bu- the question How did the penn r get inside the egg has never been quite satisfactorily settled A companion puzzle is afforded b a market gardener well known at Spital fields Market who once lost and found a half crown under almos incredible circumstances He was inspecting his crops when he dropp ed the half crown on the ground and though he searched long and I diligently he searched in vain A year passed and the incident was being forgotten when as he wa se lecting some potatoes for the mark et Mr Smith came across one of i very curious shape Cutting it open to discover the cause of its eccen tricity the gardener found inside it the half crown piece he had lost 12 months before The potato was see by hundreds of people and the truth of the story is well vouched- t for i Remarkable as they are there is nothing unique in these cases One of the romances of moneymaking is the story of a man who found a newspaper inside a shark when fishing in Australia in 1870 and who learned the news of the FrancoGer war in this way early enough to make a fortune out of it The- t story may be true or not everybody in Australia knows it Another after the same kind is that of the Milford Haven traveler which- r while fishing off Carlingford Lough a year or two ago caught up in the togethert thIfound they were a missing link which stood between a woman and her for tune They proved the right of a Miss Macdonald to certain estates in Ire land which she had claimed ten years before but which she had failed to win because the will could not whichrwas up sea A Boys Education- In the opening address of Chancellor McCracken of New York Uni Ilotvingstatci to meditate upon When a boy has learned from his father that it is manlyto drink- S healthful to smoke and picturesque to swear the college tar a hard to convince that youth that its li brary is a more attractive place than n beer room We notify mothers and fathers who send us spoiled boys that we will try to make them de cent men but if twelvemonths time shows the spoiling process to be go 1inJ onwe will send the article home all charges prepaid We would rath er graduate a freshman into a placc on his fathers farm in Winchester- or on his fathers shop down in Man hattan than to peep him three year- longer and graduate him a dissipa ted scholar however brilliant tCuba Uses Our Currency Cuba has no currency of its own coinage The official money of the Republic is United States currency and all taxes or public debts are payable in the same except fees of of which are COli1mercialgold is the basis of calculation and I in the retail trade and in the country Spanish silver is always entirely usedUnited States currency is always at a premium over Spaiish gold but this premium fluctuates according- to demand for Spanish gold and silverThe r Automobile in War 0The first war automobile to beJ under actual service condition will shortly be sent by the Russian millitary authorities to Manchuria where it will be used to transport t war materials and provisions It consists of a thirtysix horse power dynamonishes the power to the electric motors of trailers Each of these can carry a load of 1760 pounds and the train can be driven at a rate of speed averaging ten miles per hour DRFEKNERS GOLDEN RELIEFS wypahiltlatduurmltlattomStuOmluutcsNot This great health and pleasure re sort is best reached via the Iron Mountain Route Quickest schedule and solid trains Pullman sleepers chair cars etc from St Louis or Memphis daily Now is the season to visit this great resort Low round lianelsometFor rates map folders etc call on nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room T- hatTlcklinginthoThroatIt One minute after taking One Min ute Cough Cure that tickling in the throat is gone It acts in the throat not the stomach Harmless good for children Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m DeWKtts J r Salvo For Piles Burns Soros LAlon the Ohio Nervous Mother Marie what on earth are those children doing in the nursery Maid Playing ice gorge madI name Willie is lying on his backI kicking his heels likea stern and Charlie is throwing stovcwood i at himIdoing i interestIeddoing it right notI Bun tftt- Eigsttare O STOnJAjof f I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery prlnLorColloeitlnnd A Perfect For All Throat and Cure 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J IM lljl wuor your drug j DR OTTOS SPRUCE GUM BALSAMa N7OUGHS o h Our a au ou a U f la it Imfnlr wo claim Id MI aotpnYforahuneaadgiro1tawny If tll ro r tu 25c 50c a t I l In In ul n till it I to In 1 Law rl In r MI lj n not ag limy e A ofForthteoaermaynotnppoarogalurm e l Co Evaoivllle lad eI Uydlioatata n IhayonevertrlodlrOttee8rnco0amnnlsambutlf i mr a Irricudi hiIIJ y- zItI nlvn Inlt Addres e trritn PI L For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Irll I DR FENNERS heartidney CureAlsoDont become discouraged There it a euro for you If nrcr nry wrllo Dr ienuer- Uhasapentalltbtluwcurnfgjutmchcueyaayuur All cmimiluiloui FREE Was in Torture all the Time Had Pains in His Back and rent connect IVnncr Frciloniii Dear months ago recommended justly celebrated Kidney and Haukaclio that pains back and torture all time After hollIes of relieved and moro feel like thanks Remedy and unhesitatingly was Hovard Hproule 797 St linn old by Druggists COc and 1 Get and Treatise on tho Kidneys FREE M M Fenner M D N Y HEUMATISManti other ills produced by kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is tho remedy its enact is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it not satisfied your money be cheer fully refunded sk you Druggist 25c 50c RGON OIL CO 130 St Louisville Ky BUSINESS EDUCATIONlit absolutely cC9lary to young m or woman who would win aucce life This being conceded first importance to get training scfiools that in ry front ran- kRYANT STRATTON Business College- N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky OOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one special HORTHAND1st his line Write for beautilul book giving PEWRITING testimonials from occupying prominent litions allover United Stateit will be mailed to you FREE School all the year Students can enter any J WRIGHT President UR CLUBBING RATES liE REiUiiLicAN and Louisville Herald125-E REPUBLICAN and Louisville 260 REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal REPUBLICAN and Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 REPUBLICAN Home and Farm 125 REPUBLICAN and Lipponcotts and Cosmoplitan REPUBLICAN find TvicoaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 IIE REPUBLICAN and Chvonsboro Inquirer 370 lIE REPUBLICAN and TviceaWeek Oboro Messenger RIVER- TELEPHONE COMINY Ill Cblrbn Di Talk belnchenp and necessary should litrone home folks here you canbuy your own phones rid build your own lines be in hiking distance with the whole coun and business points generally by- paying reasonable to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense II you so We with all In1 Dependent Companies For particu itr call on ST Stevens Manager I Hartford Ky i- IRIPANS I Tabules Doctprs findIA good mankindIF The cent packet eaoagbfor uiualocciulon The famllr botUe rep ceutel contuln apply ot year All dragguti them I Dr N V SirSoho six a friend to mo your Cure I was nt time suffering intensely from in my lly work daily aggravated tho com plaint way in the taking two your medi cine was two com pletely cured me a new man now to your recommend it to thoso suffering ns Sincerely yours Agate fot Paul Cook Book Fredonia c diseased and it you are will 1 f West Main the young s in U of your at the stand the a in graduates the n at ti- mE Daily Herald JlE 150 liE St HE and 325HE VIE Daily 175 1GH J a say For B a sell I I I I a Nasal CATARRHIn should he clcinllneu Ely a Cream Balm elcuu ftootheitndhcali the dl evv d membrane Itcures catarrh and drives sway a cold In the head quickly Cream Balm It placed Into the noitrllt iprtadi over ate membrane and la abiortxd Relief la Im mediate and a cure folldnra III not drjlng 1ofl- not produce sneezing Large Size CO oenti at Drue ctitt or bj mall Trial size 10 centa by mail ELY 11KOTUEHS 50 Warren Street New York Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ea- tEVERYBODY u jr cMAKES THE CLOTHt WHITC AaetNOW- A QUART FOX 5c FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Ihe AmerlcaePbataaes1 Co ETaniTllleilod FyayLettwcy TyrW Rt t 5 FORGOT THE SCENE A Stage Incident Involving Henry Irvington and Mrs Maude Mrs Alec Tweedie once asked Mrs Cyril Maude the noted Eng lish actress if she had ever been placed in an awkward predicament on the stage and records Mrs Maudes answer in her book Be hind the Footlight- I always remember one occasion she replied tragedy at the time but a comedy now perhaps I was acting with Henry Irving in the United States when I was about eighteen or nineteen and felt very proudof tho honor We reached Chicago Louis XI was the play In one act I think it was the second I went in as usual and did my part Having finished as I thought went to my room and began to wash my hands It was a cold night and my lovely white hands robbed of their paint were blue The mixture was well off when the call boy shouted my name Thinking he was hav ing a joke I said All right Im here But Mr Irving is waiting for you Waiting for me Why the act isnt half over Come Miss EmeriCome quick gasped the boy pushing open the door Mr Irvings on the stage and waiting for you1 Horrors In a flash I remem bered I had two small scenes as Marie in that act and usually waited in the wing Hwl I could I have forgotten the second one With wet red hands dry white arms my dress not properly fasten ed at the back towel in hand along the passage I flew On the stage was poor Mr Irving walking about talking I know not what On I rushed said my lines gave him my lobster colored wet hand to kiss a pretty contrast to my ashen cheeks and when the curtain fell I dissolved in tears- Mrlrvingsent for me to his room In fear and trembling I wentThis was terrible he said How did it happen- II 4 forgot I forgot Why I know not but I forgot I said and my tears flowed again He patted me on the back Never mind he said kindly but please dont let it occur again The Way to Drink Milk Milk which contains all the elements necessary to life may become the most easily digested and also the most indigestible of foods It is best when taken warm but few persons care for warm milk It may be tak en cool but not cold and should be swallowed slowly a mouthful at a time in which case it is easy of di gestion whereas if hurriedly swal lowed as one drinks water it is al most indigestible Iced milk should never be taken into the stomach The First Phonograph- The first words reproduced and uttered by a phonograph are natur ally a matter of historical interest When Edison was at work on his first phonograph many weeks were consumed in experiment It is said that when the talking machine was READ THIS Melledgeville Ky Jan 11903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from kidney disease andjwas treated by my home physicians with no ben efit Your Texas Wonder has cured me and I am satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfully recommend it to ladies suffering with kidney and bladder troubles Respectfully Mns ELIZA FROST A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and irregularities ot the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail qn receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists I Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer PO box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mp I r t first discovered it was as much a sur- prIse to its inventor as to the world The Wizzard was working on some telephone receivers and was led to put a piece of tinfoil on a cylinder It recorded sound and Edison was convinced that the human voice could be recorded and produced When the time came to make an actual test Edison with his mind on me chanical details absentmindedly tested his contrivance with the fa miliar phrase Mary had a little lamb The verse was the first rec ord taken by the machine r Same Steak You call this tenderloin doyou growled that guest Its tougher than leather I cant eat it Take it away and bring me a hamburger steak The waiter took it away Fifteen minutes later he returned with a plate of something hot which he placed before his patron Why didnt you stay an hour or two longer snarled the latter WelljOf cose suhappologised the waiter yo cant take a steak wots been cooked once an humburg it ift fo seconds suh WHAT MAKES SKY BLUE Various Scientific Theories Are Advanced to Account for the Phenomenon The sky has long been a puzzle to physicists There are two mysteries to explain about itIts reflection of light and its color says the Success Magazine The old view was that the blue of the sky was due simply to atmospheric oxygen Oxygen has a faint blue tint and the idea was that several miles of the gas even when diluted as it is in the air would have a bright blue color But this did not account for the intense illumination of the sky and of recent years Tyndalls dust theory or some modification of it has been generally accepted This regards the blue color as an optical effect like the color of very thin smoke due to excessively fine particles floating in the air which would also account for the large proportion of reflected light from the sky Recent calculations by Prof Spring of Liege Belgium however indicate that the dust in the air is not sufficient in amount nor finely enough divided to support this explanation and he rejects it forjthis and other reasons He has gone back to the old oxygen theory and accounts for the general illumination of the sky on the hypothesis first advanced by Hagenbach that intermingled layers of different density in the atmos phere give it the power of reflecting light Excursions Over Illinois Central Presidential Inauguration 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 1940Dates 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 sale March 1 to 6 re turn 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 The Wise Child I Johnny you have been fighting again What did I tell you the last time I talked to you about it You said to remember that a soft answer turnethaway wrath Why didnt you remember that at the right time I I did mapI dropped the brick I had and hit m with a bowl of mush He dot over it quick Youre all J right maa 1 4 t Ayer Pills Want your moustache or beard abeautlful brown orrich black Use CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Dst Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In lime Sold by dmeglits STRONG trltl or to Againis Stovallof Tilton Gzu said after taking Kodol Dyspepsiav kCure Hundreds J of otherweak women are reII health by this rem l edy YOU may be well you will take a nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartbumand all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat DenukmtauaSKOR ut iu q if It Indfcestloncausei rrrue a w tu- rNq tLODwttt- a I be bklu UA Hold by Z WAYNE UIUFFIN THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Real Estate- BARGAINS 141 acres tor 4500 or will sill at 830 tier acre and make surf vey 2344 miles from Hartford tf mile of pike Good new 7 roan house 2 barns 75 acres in bottom balance good bill land good Orchard fine mea dow 10 or 15 acres In woods all under fence I2J acres near Rockport In good condition good build- Ings and finefarra land for 120000 83 acres fine bottom land for 20 per acre or 1600 3 miles from Hartford on Sandernra crossing road Good house good barn young orchard in fine state of cultivation A bargain 305 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartford in fine state of cultivation Will sell cheap considering the land 188 acres near Ceralvo See me for prices 21 acres at Centertown See me for prices One house and lot on Union street in Hartford in fine condition 75000 A house and 2 acres ot ground adjoining Hartford Fine frnit good house and build ings lor 375O0 135 acres 4 miles north of Hartlord In good state of cultivation 85000 43 acres near Ceralvo 43000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 One good new 60 Moslec for sale at a bargain If you want to sell land if you want to buy land see me and I will furnish you with what you want S Ae Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAHTFQRD KY It larr tIh J IActDYETJTI 1Cumberland 1ANDTheres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place of business My business baa Increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition n E PfiTE Many Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance WlIlEl CD mT Ohio County ClrcuitCourtTPl Blrkhtad Judge Den D Illngo Attorney TII Black Jailer Ed 0 Barran Clerk Frank L Fritz Matter Com mtiiloner Y L Uoielejr Trustee Jury FandCa P Ktown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Keown Jo II Roberta Sam Koown 9 CoartconYene BntMon threewetwo weeks County CourtJ P Miller Judge US Rag and Clerk W II Damn Attorney Hartford WCoartconrenoD Bret Monday In each month Quarterly Conrt Beglni oath third Monday In April Jnly October and January Court of Clalme Conrenee flnt Monday In Jai nary Tneedoy alter second Monday In October Other OQlceral II Wood Snrreyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Aineuor Dada James DeWeeM School Superintendent Hartford Den L Darlt Coroner Sulphur Spring TVltlC CourtD F Hudson Bearer Dam February 18 May 18 August 31 November SO OeoW Martin Balietown February 1 May 14 August 20 November 12 t JnoM Graham Narrows February 28 May 2 August 29 November la- T A Evans FordsTtllo Jannary 15 May 7 August 27 November 5 J A Hicks Bnlord February 7 May II Aug net12 November 1 W A none CenUrtown February t May 11 August 21 November PDT Wllcox Rockpprt February 20 May 8 August 26 November 14 HTsixtftsra Felle Court Job B Wilson Judge X E Smithy City At f torney S r Darnett Marshal Court con renea aoico Monday In each month 3SHffSovm ervlcM E Church South Serrlce third Sunday each month at 11 a m and 7 pm and second Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting erery Wednes darnel lDg Rev WTMlller Pastor Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev J n Barnett pastor C P Church Services lint Sunday In each monthatllamandTpm Her JDBar ned pastor School Trustees IUrtfordJa P Miller J Glenn B T Stevens VI Hooker J H D Car sonJdncVniley City Connclt Itowan Holbrook Mayor 8 A Anderson Clerk Dr 8T Wedding W 8 Tina- eye A C Taylor M L Ileavrln T J Morton Councilmen Secret Soc1U A O U W meets lint and third Friday nights In each month Hartford rodg No ITG Ft A Masons first Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No 89 Knights ol the Maces bees every Thursday night Bough Silver Lodge No 110 Knights of Py thla meets very Tiesday night Preston Morton root No 4 0 A It hold rag alar meetings Saturday beforefirstSunday earn month Thousands of Acres for Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct IInovl41f ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and tree reclining chair cars llomeaeoliers Excursions first and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps f mphlett folders niceon application H C TOWNSE- KL6mlPuir nTO MATTHEWS BdIkt- R Trmliut PruraplrLgel LOUIS LOUISflLLJ IT OjaSTOHXu3L Bearttheits Klnil You Han Ators Bonn Yofq ira4 b r DR FENNERS Diseases of the i s bladder and idneyAll organs catarrh heart gravel backache dropsy CureAISoont become discouraged There it a cure for you If ucci Kary wrllo Dr Ionner has spent a lUullworurliiK Just nucliifucUHyiiurii All clIlIallou FREE fas in Torture all the Time Had Pains in His Rack Froilonia Siro1l10 six ago friend fcroininunded to celebrated Jxidnoy Backache Cure was limo suffering intensely in my My daily aggravated the com plaint and was all After two medi and two moro com new man your Remedy and itatingly recommend to suffering Sincerely Howard Hjiroule 707 St Paul old by Druggists COc and 1 Get Cook Book and Treatise the Kidneys M M Fenner M D Fredonia HEUMATSMfol- dother ills produced diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON tho remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly it and it you are not satisfied money will be cheer fully refunded you Druggist 25c 50c CORGON130 West Main St Louisville BUtINESSEDUCATION I young who would win iucce i in life This conceded first Importance get your training at the scfioola that stand in the front ran- kRYANT STRATTON Business College- N Second Walnut Sts Louisville Ky OKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one special ORTHAND ist in his line Write for beautilul book giving PEWRITING teetimoaiafs from gradualee occupying prominent itioni all the United States be mailed you FREE all the year Students can enter at any limy E WRIGHT President UR CLUBBING RATES HE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald REPUIIMCAK and Louisville Daily Herald AE REPUULICAN and CourierJournal 150 HE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 HE REPUBLICAN and and Farm 125 HE REPUULICAN and Lipponcotts and Coamoplitan 325 ftE REPUULICAN and Twicea Ovvensboro Inquirer 175 HE REPUULICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 HE REPUBLICAN and TviceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 GH RIVER- ELEPHONE ANY iN COIPOS o Talk belt cheap and necessary j should litrone home folks ere you citnftuy your own phones d build your own lines and be In liking distance with the whole counl r and business points nlj paying a reasonable rent the Lough River Telephone Companyor hey will be at the whole expense II s 4 ou say We connect with all In I icpendent Companies For particu irs call on S Stevens Manager larlford Ky i f RIPANS i Doctors find good prescription For mankind The B cent packet 1 usual occasion Thus lamllr bottle 10 cents contalnsa supply orajreor druggists sell them l 1 Dr Iiiincr N V lr months a mo your justly niiii I at that from pains back work I in torture tho time taldng bottles of your cine J was relieved pletely cured me I feel like a now tbanks to unhes it thoso aa I was yours SL Minn on FREE N Y by OIL is Try your sk D or woman being is of to ry E Cor and a a over it will to Scuool n J 125- E 260 Home COM to so T I Tabules A fi saonirblor All ar Agate Ky Nasal CATARRHIn should be elcsnUneis Elys Cream Balm etesneeoo theund heale- Ihe dlio nfil membrane It cures catuth end drives awsy a cold la tha bead quickly Cream Balm li placed Into the nostril spreads ores the membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is Im mediate and a cure follows H Is not drjlnj does not produce sneezing large Size 10 cents Drue flits or by mall Trial size 10 cents by mall ELY 13KOTUEIIS M Warren Street New York Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ea- tEVERYBODY tMAKea THI CLOTHES wnnyAlSNOW- A QUART FOR 5c FOR SALE BY AU GROCER- SIh AerlcaaPharaeaIC0 lrauerl11eIed lit ts r FORGOT THE SCENE A Stage Incident Involving Henry Irvington and Mrs Maude Mrs AlecTwecdie once naked Mrs Cyril Maude the noted Eng lish actress if she had ever been placed in an awkward predicament on the stage and records Mrs Maudes answer in her book Be hind the Footlight- I always remember one occasion t+ he replied tragedy at the time but a comedy now perhaps I was acting with Henry Irving in the United States when I was about eighteen or nineteen and felt very proudof the honor We reached Chicago Louis XI was the play In one act I think it was the second I went in as usual and did my part Having finished as I thoughtI went to my room and began to wash my hands It was a cold night and my lovely white hands robbed of their paint were blue The mixture was well off when the call boy shouted my name Thinking he was hav ing a joke I said All right Im here But Mr Irving is waiting for you Waiting for me Why the act isnt half over Come Miss Emerycome quick gasped the boy pushing open the door Mr Irvings on the stage and waiting for you Horrors In a flash I remem bered I had two small scenes as Marie in that act and usually waited in the wing Hid I could I have forgotten the second one With wet red hands dry white arms my dress not properly fasten ed at the back towel in hand along the passage I flew On the stage was poor Mr Irving walking about talking I know not what On I rushed said my lines gave him my lobster colored wet hand to kiss a pretty contrast to my ashen cheeks and when the curtain fell I dissolved in tears Mr Irving sent for me to his room In fear and trembling I wentThis was terrible he said How did it happen- I forgot I forgot Why I know not but I forgot I said and my tears flowed again He patted me on the back Never mind he said kindly but please dont let it occur againThe Way to Drink Milk Milk which contains all the elements necessary to life may become the most easily digested and also the most indigestible of foods It is best when taken warm but few persons care for warm milk It may be tak en cool but not cold and should be swallowed slowly a mouthful at a time in which case it is easy of di gestion whereas if hurriedly swal lowed as one drinks water it is al mos indigestible Iced milk should never be taken into the stomach The First Phonograph The first words reproduced and uttered by a phonograph are natur ally a matter of historical interest When Edison was at work on his first phonograph many weeks were consumed in experiment It is said that when the talking machine was READ THIS Melledgeville Ky Jdn 11903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from kidney disease andjwas treated by my home physicians with no benefit Your Texas Wonder has cured me and I am satisfied it saved my 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 Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities ot the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr EW Hall solo manufacturer P O box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo i d1t4raf ti rt rrI 9fe first discovered it was as much a sur prise to its inventor as to the world The Wizzard was working on some telephone receivers and was led to put a piece of tinfoil on a cylinder It recorded sound and Edison was convinced that tho human voice could be recorded and produced When the time came to make an actual test Edison with his mind on me chanical details absentmindedly tested his contrivance with the fa miliar phrase Mary had a little lamb The verse was the first rec ord taken by the machine r Same Steak You call this tenderloin doyou growled that guest Its tougher than leather I cant eat it Take it away and bring me a hamburger steakThe waiter took it away Fifteen minutes later he returned with a plate of something hot which he placed before his patron Why didnt you stay an hour or two longer snarled the latter Wellof cose suhappologised the waiter yo cant take a steak wots been cooked once an humburg it ill fo seconds suh WHAT MAKES SKY BLUE Various Scientific Theories Are Advanced to Account for the Phenomenon The sky has long been a puzzle to physicists There are two mysteries to explain about Itits reflection of light and its color says the Success Magazine The old view was that the blue of the sky was due simply to atmospheric oxygen Oxygen has a faint blue tint and the idea was that several miles of the gas even when diluted as it is in the air would have a bright blue color But this did not account for the intense illumination of the sky and of recent years Tyndalls dust theory or some modification of it has been generally accepted This regards the blue color as an optical effect like the color of very thin smoke due to excessively fine particles floating in the air which would also account for the large proportion of reflected light from the sky Recent calculations by Prof Spring of Liege Belgium however indicate that the dust in the air is not sufficient in amount nor finely enough divided to support this explanation and he rejects it for this and other reasons He has gone back to the old oxygen theory and accounts for the general illumination of the sky on the hypothesis first advanced by Hagenbach that intermingled layers of different density in the atmos phere give it this power of reflecting light Excursions Over Illinois Central Presidential Inauguration 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 1940Dates of sale March 1K 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 Vith 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 sale March 1 to 6 re turn 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 The Wise Child Johnny you have been fighting again What did I tell you the last time I talked to you about it You said to remember that a soft l Answer turn tl away wrath I Why didnt you remember that at the right time I 11 did ma I dropped the brick I had and hit m with a bowl ofmush 1 He dot over it quick Youre all I rigHt maI1 n lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard I ateautiful brown or rich black Use CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS cant Couth Syrup Tastes Coed Use In time Said by drunlsts STRONG Stovall ot Tilton Ga said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia LCure Hundreds Q of otherweak women are being roll stored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may well you will take nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and bosoms diseased Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole come food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchinlr heartburn and all stomach What You Eat 1k11arbwlada3KU trill or 50 it its Againis be if It- Indlgestioncausee Kodol Dyspepsia disordersDigests e uLe n 11I aODwtte USA Hold by Z WAYNE URIWFllII THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Real Estate- BARGAINS 141 acres for 4500 or will silt at 830 per acre and make sur vey 2e miles from Hertford K mile of pike Good new 7 roan house 2 barns 75 acres in bottom balance good bill land good Orchard fine mea dow io or 15 acres in woods all under fence isj acres neat Rockport in good condition good build Ings and fine farm land for 120000 83 acres fine bottom land for 20 per acre or r6oo 3 miles from Hartford on Sandernrs crossing road Good house good barn young orchard in fine state of cultivation A bargain 305 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartford in fine state of cultivation Will sell cheap considering the land 188 acres near Ceralvo See me for prices 27 acres at Centertown See me for prices One house and lot on Union street In Hartford in fine pondltlon i 7 ooo A house and 2 acres ot ground adjoining Hartford Fine frnltgood house and build- Ings for f375i 135 acres 4 miles north ot Hartford in good state of cultivation 85000 43 acres near Ceralvo 43000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns Gsooo One good new f60 Moslec for sale at a bargain If you want to sell land if you want to buy land see me and I will furnish you with what you want S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY t1 1 I l Act directly on the liver They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache Sold for 60 years IrtYy BUCKINGHAMS DYE rare m or vmoaun oasP earl a co iuiouit n Cumberland TELEPHONEAND 1Telegraph 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 11 E Ml Many Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance 1lDIIlR25t0 lhiZYa Ohio Coun TCircuit Court TF Blrkbsad Judge Den D lllngoAttorney 111 black Jailer Ed Q Barrass Clerk Frank L Felix Master Com mlsiloner V L Moselejr Trustee Jury Fund Ca P KBOWD Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Keown Jo II Roberts lIam Known WConrtconTtnesflntMon day In March and Augut and continues three weekeand third Monday In May and November two weeks County Conrt J P Miller Judge US Rag andClerk WII flares Attorney Hartford WCourt convene Stet Monday In each month QorUrly Court Begins on the third Monday In April July October and January Court of Claims Conrenes tint Monday In Jat nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers J II Wood Surveyor Cernlro Frank Lowe Assessor Dada James DsWees School Superintendent Ilartford Den L Carle Coroner Sulphur Springs rustic CourtD F Hndson Bearer Dam February It May 18 August 31 November SO OeoW Martin Balietown February 11 May 14 August 20 Korember 12 JnoM Graham Narrows February 28 May 2 August 29 November IS T A Brans FordsTlllo January II May 7 Augnst 27 MoTsmber f J A Hicks Bnford February 7 May 9 Ang set12 Norember 7 W A none Centertown February 9 May it August 24Nonmber P- DJ Wilcox Rockport February 20 May S August SB November 14 lTartford Z cliee Court Jno B Wilson Judge Ci E Smith City At 1 torney 8 r Barnett Marshal Court con renea second Monday In sachmonth 3U1ou Srvlc M E Church South Serrlcea third Sunday each month at II am and 7p mand second Sunday at 7pm Prayer meeting erery Wednes day srenlng neT WTJMlller Pastor Baptist Church9erttesheld Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening neT J 11 Burnett pastor 0 P Church Services first Sunday In each month at11 a mand7 pm Rev J D liar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn 8 T Steven V M Rocker J H B Car ion JonClllley City Conncll Rowan Holbrook Mayor BlA Anderson perk Dr S J Wedding W 8 Tins ey A C Taylor M L Hearrln T J Morton Councilmen Setczot Boclvtlsu A 0 U W meets Scat and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 8TB F It A Masons first Monday night In each month Hartford Tens No fiG Knights ot the Macca bees every Thursday night Bough River Lodge NoUO KnlghUof Pythia meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A R hold reg star meetings turda beforefirstSnnday each moeth Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas- most direct lino viaIST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and free reclining chair cars IIome eoUor Excursions first and third Tuesday of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlet folders etc on applicatioiu H C TOWHSEKC nTO MATTHEWS 5n1hzsrantItt TrnisrPeuentrrlpzt 1T LOUIS IJCISTI LPIT C4STOH IAitt Wnil You hate Alwap BesjH J t fi f 1Lr 1 i L A Matter1 ofHealth There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder which makes the food more digestible and wholesome This peculiarity of Royal has been noted by physicians and they accord I inglyendorse and recom- mendJ itiI iI ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK 2 t Hartford Republican r FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24 ilrf t RENDER 1 Feb 21John Carr and Will Moore were in Beaver Dam last Wednesday J M Reynolds was in Rockport last Wednesday H T Vance of Louisville where as last Wednesday i G W Baize was in Hartford lastI I 1Pearlie Tinsley returned home from Rockport Thursday after a I taw days visit I T B Austin went to Russellville last Friday i Miss Lillie Mae Austin returned to her home in Beaver Dam last Fri day W H Moore of Central was here FridayIWF and Gordon Campbell of Central City were the guests of Mr I and Mrs Jno S Spence Saturday i Will Fry of Herrin Ill was here last Saturday and Sunday i Mrs P H Salsburg was in Beaver I Dam Sunday Nannie Austin was in Beaver ItDamSunday Frank Dereaux of Central City and Miss Daisy Sellers of Hen derson were the jruestsof Mr and I Mrs H W Jones last Sunday Misses Isabel and Glenn Owen FairI are visiting in Hartford this Chas Millard was on the sick list last week I Our home opera which includes the McHenry Amateur Dramatic company had a good show at the I McHenry Opera House last Saturday nightMessrs Ed Mossbarger and Geo Lyons of Louisville were here yes terdaySam Jones of Henderson was here yesterday Len McGavock of Cloverport was here today Mrs 0 W Jones and son William went to Central Dity today for a few days visit Mrs H B Innes and daughter Miss Gladys have returned from Frankfort and Jett Ky Mrs Joe James is on the sick listDr Henry Smith of Prentis was here today Mrs Lula Williams of Dekoven- is the guest of her parent Mr and Mrs G W Burton t Miss Inez Duke of Beaver Dam is the guest of her sister Mrs Nora HartDavid Watkins of Central City was here today NARROWS Feb 21The snow and sleet is about all and the roads are I ting muddyII GalIlowaychurch assisted by S H Prather1 of IIthepeople Twenty have professed faith I up to date and fourteen joined the church last Sabbath Services will i continue through this week Every body is invited to attend Mrs J M Graham had quite a at her sixtythird birthday last Friday composed of ninny nice 1 9things Wjeat and many nice pres a ents Her daughter Mrs Mack Smith of Fordsville was present Frank Graham of this place lef last Friday night for Louisville Ky where he will accept a position as traveling salesman for the J H Snider Clothing Co We wish him much success- I Miss Maymie Smith of Fordsville came down to her music class at her appointed time last Monday Her scholars like her very much We hope all the girls of Narrows wil take music Mr Pete Kelley of this place is selling quite a lot of hard lumber to a firm in Evansville Roy Armendt is quite sick- SMALLHOUS Feb 20Rev E D Boggess Bea ver Dam was in our midst Sunday theifailed to remain to fill his regular appointment at Equality W C Overhults went to Hartford Saturday and returned via Ceralvo nightILa Tuesday Feb 21 James C Drake and Robert Hunt er spent Friday night the guest of Mr Strother Hawkins and family near Hartford J C Hill wife and little daugh ter Marion South Carrollton and MaddoxIM P Maddox Sunday Mrs MP Maddox who has been quite sick for several days is bet terMiss Ethel Hunter who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Millard Trunnell and auntMrs Annie Lash brook the past three weeks will return home tomorrow Mrs Eunice Drake died at at her home Monday Feb 13 and was bur ied at Equality the day following beside her infant son who died just two days before her Her husband John A Drake died just two months and twentythree days previous to her death She leaves her twin ba by girl and aged father B T Igle heart and four brothers to mourn her loss besides a host of relatives and friends She was at the time of her death a consistent member of I the Smallhous Baptist church Mrs Joe Bullock and children are the guests of her father Bishop Matanzas ThomasI Miss Eula Tilford the guests of her grandparents Mr and Mrs William Balls Joe Bullock went to Kitleys Land ing Thursday I W C Overhuls went to Rockport Friday COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Feb 20Thereis a great deal ofsickness in this community R C Taylor of Hartford was inI this community visiting last Satur j lay and Sunday I Trail and Tuel Rogers who are attending school at Oak Grove were j at their home last Saturday and Sunday I j E W Jackson is at home again He has been at Louisville under theI treatment of the doctoldIProf A V Leach will teach our school in District No 25 in the year I 1905 In Memory Little Mattie Bean infant daugh tel of Mr and Mrs W F Bean of Narrows died Thursday February 2nd 1905 of pneumonia and whoop ing cough Mattie was the idolof her parent heart and it seemed jnore than they could bear to give her up but God who gave had need of her and He called our darling to live with Him Weep not dear par ents sisters and brothers Mattie is not dead but sleeping but beyond the stars far far beyond the saintly child is carrolling the sweet music of immortality May God comfort the sorrowing parents and one day reunite them with their child VEUNA AND CALLIE HORSE BRANCH Feb 22Plenty of mud Willie White who has been ill for several months died Saturday and was buried at Salem Sunday after noonGeorge Arnold flagman on passen ger train has moved to Owensboro Mrs Miles Crowder who has been ill for some time is improving Mrs S 0 Keown who has been teaching near Fordsville for the past six months has returned home A very interesting meeting is in progress here Drs Stanley and Taylor of Hartford and Dr Taylor of Beaver Dam were called to Horse Branch Sundaytt very low of heart trouble Mrs Kit White is visiting her daughter at this place The new depot which is located just out of town is nearing comple tionSim Graves of Fordsville was in town Monday Town Marshal Bryant has moved into the house formerly occupied bj Asa Haycraft Harvey alien of near town has moved to Owensboro Mr and Mrs John Miller of near town are visiting relatives at Ola ton this week WHITESYILLE Feb 22Mr and Mrs R A Jackson Owensboro are visiting Mrs Jacksons parents Dr and Mrs D Haynes Miss Mary H Wedding has return ed after an extended visit to her mother Mrs Julia Wedding of HartfordMiss Hicky has gone to Cincinnati to accept a position in the wholesale millinery house Messrs Onis and Bernard Hicky have gone to Adaburg to stay this springJames Shively and Miss Millie Cain both of this place were mar ried today at St Marys Catholic church Rev Hugh OSullivan of ficiatingC Berry Owensboro is the guest of Dr J S Knox this week Stewart Birk of Owensboro spent last Sunday here Clarence Smith of Owensboro spent Saturday here returning Sun dayMiss Lula Boarman spent Sunday in OwensboroC spent Sunday with his parents at Pellville Mrs Joe Lawson and son Wilbur went to Owensboro today George Brooks went to Horse Branch Saturday night A crowd of young folks from here went to Bethabra Tuesday night to attend the WilhoytKarns nuptials which took place at the church at that place Mrs Annie Dunn Owensboro was here Tuesday on business Messrs Lawrence and W A Stin nitt who have been sick for some time are able to be out again- P H Haffey went to Owensboro FridayMiss Gertrude Hicky is on the sick list r Miss Katie Kittinger visited her parents here Sunday Prof A P Thomas school closes this week with an entertainment his assistant Miss Mattie Wells will return to her home at Anderson Mil MondayNOCREErT Feb 22Rev J W Cantrill filled his appointment at Wesley Chapel SundayHess Ward and wife have returned from a visit to Andcrsonville Wayne Pirtle will begin work today to erect a dwelling on his farrrl recently purchased of J P Foster Mr Brown and family have moved to the farm of B F McCormick Mrs J A Bennett is at the bedside of her daughter Mrs C M Barnett of Hartford who is quiet sick Rev J W Cantrill was called to Lndersonville Friday to visit Miss Notice to Our Friends and Patrons t Wo have received numerous reItHstsund letters front people who have been unable to attend our sale within the tine limit and have decided to continue it until March llth 1905 Caurson CoCI NCO 1 1Ur ATEIJ Hartford Kentucky Gracie Park who is very low of organic hart trouble- C L Chapman happened to a very painful though not serious ac cident Saturday while hauling a load of coal He was thrown from his wagon striking a slat fence which cut an ugly gash over his left eye Quartly meeting will convene at Mt Herman Saturday and Sunday with presiding elder Rev J T Rushing in charge- J P Foster has stored away a good lot of ice the last week The rites of matrimony were sob emnized between Miss Oma Crabtree and Mr Jesse Crawford of Millwood at the residence of Mr J B Foster at Hartford Monday evening by the brides Uncle Rev J A Bennett of this place The bride has visited here several times and is an accomp lished young lady and won many friends during her stay with us The groom is an energetic business man of Millwood Quite a number from here attend ed the EllisGreer wedding at Mt Herman Wednesday night A protracted meeting will begin at Wesley Chapel the first Sunday in March Trust Those Who Have Tried I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind and never hoped for cure but Elys Cream Balm seems to do even thatOscar Ostrom 45 Warren Ave Chicago IIIII suffered from bad I could not work Cream Balm and am entirely well A C Clarke 341 Shawmut Ave Boston Mass The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50c or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 War ren St New York Kennedys Laxative Honey andTar mesa all Coughs and expels Colds from tae system by gently mo w log the bowels In Memoriam On 15th of February 1905 the death angel entered the home of Mrs Rachel Rhodes and took from their tender embrace their son Will age twentyone six months and twenty six days Will was a goodand obedient boy and dearly loved by all who knew him Oh how we miss him the vacant chair at the table and fire side makes our heart ache Why should our tears in sor row flow when God recalls His own and bids then leave a world of woe for an eternal crown the golden gates were opened a gentle voice said come and then our much loved Will with angels entered home UENDtate Kodol Dyspepsia CureIvn t DlfMte what you BEST FOR THE- BOWELS I It you kiTtnt a nnltr htilthr moTiatnt 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