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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 J P Y tf1iI m t tartfT- WIT orb llqubIicanS Job Work a Specialty IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN THE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year OL XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 3 1905 No 33 WASHINGTON LETTER c Lfter Inauguration Senate to Meet in Extra Session Investigation of tbe Standard Oil Company Recommended by i President to Begin at Once ft OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST I t 111 to TDK lltrriiiirix- I I A Washington D C Feb 28 1905 The Senate has been called In extra session to convene immediately after the fourth of March Its presence will ie necessary to confirm such ap I i pointments as the President about that time will make There will be Ifl f t least one new member or the cab- dnet a neW Ambassador to Great Britain lion Whitelaw Heid and probably two or three others with numerous minor appointments L a 1 5 Investigation of the Standard Oil JCompany recommended by the Presi dent in the unequivocal command to rbegin at one go to the bottom and report early is going to prove a test of strcnght of the United States Gov V crnment that has seldom been equaled y The Standard Oil Company one of the most powerful industrial and financial institutions in the world with ramifying interests in banks railroads lands and great insurance companies and when the United States undertakes to investigate this company it is not to be imagined where the work will end The res blution however introduced by Rep k resentativc Campbell of Kansas if and which has given that heretofore obscure young man fame in a single f night appeals to the popul rlmagiI i nation already quickened by I magazine and newspaper articles that claim to have been expositions of the condition in the great trust organizations Mr Campbell Is in sistent for criminal prosecution of J the company and in response to all interviews asserts that he has the material in hand to prove every charge which he made before Commissioner of Corporations Garfield and that these he believes will make action by the Department of Justice an imperative requirement Whatever the end of this investiga ttion and no average mind can be to see the end Mr Campbell has set for Government the biggest task it has undertaken and though the 4 House without respect to partywas eager to adopt the resolution offered by him it is believed that the party issues of the next campaign may be drawn on this very Issue 9 At this writing the closing argu ments in the tedious impeachment proceedings against Judge Swaye are being made and Congress and the people breathe a sigh of relief that the affair will soon be over Never perhaps on any business has the senate been more closely confin ed for a longer time Constituted as a court every lawyer among they Senators and the maorlty of the Senators are of that profession feltI the necessity of hearing all of the testimony which they were to consid er in their decision The witnesses have been for the most part uninter esting and the testimony has been painfully wearisome Realizing the mass of work that had accumulated and was waiting to be done the Senators have chafted under the tedious taking of testimony and have been fairly free in their selfdenounce ment for having so blithely under taken the business atthis time 4 An amendment in the army appropriation bill covers the question of the pay of General Miles who at present receives the full amount of it a lieutenant general The effect of fr the agreement is to give him the full retired pay wjthout reference If OATORXBetntbo lndYGU HartA1w ys 8eIid- SJpahre i of cti 11F to the compensation he may receive for serving on the staff of the Gov ernor of Massachusetts The pub lic is glad to be rid of this muchI mooted question at last even if ItI does reduce the Generals income Notice To the members of Farmers union district No 25 The union will meet at 2 p m Saturday before the sec on Sunday in March with the fol lowing program 1st Is it profitable to raise scrub stock If not what thenhy E P Stevens 2nd Shall we continue our present organization or unite with an otherby M Stateler Urd Shall we continue to purchase commercial ferterlizer Ifso from whom by C W Stevens and T It Black 4th Shall we limit the acreage of tobacco by Warren Taylor All are invited and asked to participate Meet at 200 p m S L STEVENS PHILIPPINE NEWS By a Former Ohio County Young Man Who Is Teach ing There IDumaldg Panay Jan 7 1905 and FriendsHoping- you may find interest in our work over here I can send you the latest news of ourschool We have with two subschools an enrollment or over five hundred pupils and expect to bring this number to six or seven hundred before April vacation I have only three assistants so you can see how much over worked we are Also it is next to impossible for the Board of Education to supply the constantly increasing demand for books We are learning a few good songs and there seems a decided talent for music and drawing A man recently had some dispute In the hills about someoneelses chicken He was carried into town a few hours after The blood had clotted nicely The attending surgeon washed away part of the blood and put leaves over the wounds Under his skillful care the patient is recovering He is sleeping on a bamboo floor under a house I suppose the owner has the chicken On Sunday morning every one goes to church the women kneeling in front during all the service or maybe sitting on their heels part of the time The men in the rear al ternately kneel on their handker chiefs or standing as the service may require There are two benches for the Presidente and nobles of course including maestros when they attend Our market day is Sunday and there are many cock fights in the afternoon with much drinking of tuba and cheering but very rarely a drunk- Our richly clad mountains heavily capped with fogs and clouds when lighted by a lurid tropical sun show many beautiful colors and rest and please the wearied eye but when these fogs descend and wrap you in chill humidity and wring every joint with pain then these misthung scenes lose their charm and you long for the clear sky the blazing sun and the dry air of the plains I think colds and rheumatism hurt worse near the equator Hoping I have not wearied you I shall promise you a more newsy letter when I have drier days J CB ProhibitionConvention Having been appointed Chairman- of the Prohibition party in Ohio county Ky by the State Board at Paduoah I hereby most respectfully and earnestly solicit all who are either directly or indirectly interested in the success of this important work to meet at convention at Hart 1905tforselecting candidates to represent us in the coming November election Respt F D BAUGHN Magan Ky DENOUNCED MORMONSI Senator Kearns Pays Respect to Their Church Declares that It Has Violated the Statehood Com pact Washington Feb 28In the Sen ate today Senator Kearns Republi can from Utah made a sensational speech He said that he was on the eve of retirement from the body and that there were some words of warn ing and explanation that were in his heart and to which he must give utteranceHe made an attack on the Mormon church and hierarchy in which he declared that they were traitors to the Government and de served to be put Iowa with the strong hand He said that Utah secured Statehood by entering into a solemn compact with the rest of the people of the United States and the States of which the Union is cpmposed to discountenance and suppress the practice of polygamy This compact was made by the lead ers of the Mormon church and ac cepted by the entire body and it has been willfully and frequently broken The practice of polygamy he said was open and shameless and the men who have a plurality of wives do not suffer in the respect of the Mormon portion of the com munity on that account Officials of the State are polygamists officials of the districts and counties are polygamists and Represenatives and Senators elected to the Congress of the United States are polygamists and no apostle of the Mormon church atelyprotestedl which was entered into by the Mor mon church for the suppressing of this Infamous practice EXTREME PENALTY Given A T Nail For Improper Proposal to Mrs Ward We the jury find the defendant guilty and fix his punishment at a fine of 50 was the verdict of the jury in the case of the Commonwealth against A T Nall charged with using insulting language or making an improper proposal to Mrs Inez Ward Nall conducts a saloon on the cor of Center street1ind Apple Alley and Mrs Ward is keeping a boardinghouse on the same block She said when testifying in the trial I have lived in Hartford since last April have known Nall only a short time have known of him a long time I was passing his saloon on my way home about three weeks ago it was about ten oclock in the fore noon Just as I was about opposite the entrance door to the saloon Nall stepped from the doorstep to the pavement nearly in fronjt of me and asked me if he couldsee me private ly that evening He had been hang ing around my front door for a long time and has in the night time look ed through the glass front door beside the blind I understood his lan guage taken in connection with his conduct to be insulting and an im proper proposal to mop This is in brief the evidence on which the above verdicttWasE based Nail never took the stand nor introduced a witness In his own behalfThe court room was fairly full at the hearing of the case which has certainly created quiet sensation in Hartford and most every one pres ent approved the verdict and pro nounced it a just one and not a few were heard to remark that a more severe punishment should be provid ed in such cases OVJSFOXXXA Butb Yos Hasa Always Botigtd illgasinreof et141u4t The Grip Leaves Thousands in its Path Weak Nervous Dyspeptic Catarrh Wrecks I r4Frotimt or more flu efficiency of Peruna it quickly relieving this malady and its after fffects has bun the talk ofthe continent LJlnA DEMON grip lisa crossed our leaving behind scores of physical wreck Victims of catarrh of the head catarrh of the throat catarrh of the lunge catarrh of the stomach catarrh of the kidney catarrh of the pelvic organs aro to be counted by hundreds of thousand Grip Is epidemic catarrh and sows the seed of chronic catarrh within the system This is ao true that few grip sufferers aro able to make a complete recovery until they have used 1oruna Never In the history of medicine has a remedy received such unqualified and universal eulogies as Peruna A New York Aldermans Experience lion Joseph A Puns alderman Fifth District writes from lot Christopher street New York City as follows When a pestilence overtakes our people we take precaution as a nation to preserve the citizens against the dread diseaseLa grippe has entered thousands of our homes this fall and I noticed that the people who used Peruna were quick ly restored while those who depended on doctors prescriptions spent weeks in recovering leaving them weak and emaciated I had a slight attack of la grippe and at once tool Peruna which drovo the EXCUSED WITHOUT BOND Were Clarence and Charley Jones Arrested by Misunder standing of OfficersI At the examening trial of Clarence and Charlie Jones held before Judge Miller last Friday to inquire into the disturbance at Horse Branch the Sunday night preceding report of which appeared in THE REPUBLI CAN last weekquite a different phase of the case developed to that first reportedand the entire trouble or disturbance seems to have occurred by reason of an accidental discharge of a revolver and a few other circum stances misunderstood by the boys as well as the officers who attempted to arrest them Their father an exceedingly nice man was here at the hearing and took them home with him with the understanding that if the grand jury which convenes next Monday indicts I them he will at once return them But as matters have developed there I will probably benothing more done with them Notice A practical talk will be given at the Y M C A Rooms tonight at 7 oclock sharp to the men and boys of Hartford The Editing of a Country Newspaper will be the subject It will be discussed by Editor Heber Matthews of the Hartford Herald This is the first of a series of practical talks to be given at Hartford These talks are free and We extend a cordial invita tion to all the and boys I COUNTY SECRETARY Y M C AI THE GRIP LEAVES 1 lPATHDYSPEPTIC CATARRH WREC ISJ disease out of my system in a few days and did not hinder mo from pursuing my dally work- I should like to see our Board of Health give it official recognition and have it used generally among our poor sick people in Greater New York Joseph A Fllnn DL Wallace charter member of the international Barbers Union writes from 15 Western avenue Minneapolis MinnFollowing a severe attack ofla grippe I seemed to be affected badly all over I suffered with a severe backache Indi gestion and numerous ills so J could neither eat nor sleep and I thought I would give up my work which I could not afford to do One of my customers who was greatly helped by Poruna advised me to try it and I procured a bottle the same day I used it faithfully and felt marked im provement During tho next two months I took five bottles and then felt splen did Now my head is clear my nerves steady I enjoy food and rest well Po runa has been worth a dollar a dose to meD L Wallace Mr O II Perry Atchison Kansas writesAgain after repeated trials of your medicines Peruna and Manalin I give this as my expression of tho wonderful results of your very valuable medicine ropeatedbIalsFirst it cured me of chronic bronchitis of fifteen years standing by using two bottles of Peruna in January 1804 and no return of it After 1 was cured of bronchitis had la grippe every winter for several winters But through the use of Peruna it got gradually weaker in its severity atuportordoestnot trouble mo any moroo II PerryA Congressmans Experience House Representatives Washington D O Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen I am more than satisfied with Peruna and find it to be an wfeel lent remedy for the grip and catarrh I have used it in my family and they all join me in recommending it as an excellent remedyVery respectfully 1 George II White If yon do not derive prompt and sails factory results from the use of Peru a write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he vflll be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis orTheOhio Its ah III Wind That Blows Nobody Good While we lose money by closing out all Overcoats readymade Suits for men and boys winter Dress Goods Heavy Underwear Gloves Shoes and and many other articles of winter goods You are the Winnert If you come in and buy at or even less than wholesale prices Dont forget to examine our bar gain table Prices talk and remem ber we do not add any bad accounts to ourprices as all credit houses must do We sell for cash and save you money The Brown Mercantile Co- Il SCOIOIZA113 E McHenry Ky I rf WITNESSED MURDER Of Elizabeth Giilespie But I Kept Silent f Did Not Want to SeeJIm lIangi ed Says an Old Friend of the Convicted Alan A startling story is afloat at Ris Iing Sun Ind which if confirmed willsolve the mystery of the murder of Elizabeth Gillespie on December S 1903 Her twin brother James Gillespie is now in the Stats Prison at Michigan City serving a life seri tence for the murder and Mrs Belle Seward and Mr and Mrs Myron i Barbour are under indictment awaiting trial for alleged participa tion in the crime I An old man who lives near the scene of the murder has since the I conviction of Jim Gillespie told sev eral persons that he saw the shooting I and he has described with min ute particulars what took place on that dreadful night At the time of the trial of Jim Gillespie this man was supposed t have some knowledge of the affair i but he stubbornly refused to give the prosecution any informal evenIIingthe public well ashortdistance from the Gillespie home He set down j his bucket and just then there was the flash of a gun He looked up and saw Jim Gillespie with a shot gun in his hand crossing the street He is satisfied that Jim saw himand for a moment the old man thought that Jim would shoot him but the assassin continued his flight The witness says he saw Gillespie enter the Barber gate and leap over the railing that separates the Barter and the Seward houses and disappear in the Seward house If the old man is telliug the truth he bears out the theory of the prosecution as to the way in which the young wom an was murdered When asked why redid not tell this story when Gilles pie was on trial he is reported to nave said he knew Jim liked him and did not want him to be hanged ns he felt he surely would be with such testimony against him Now that Gillespie is in the penitentiary lie does not think that any bfurthur harm could be done him This alleged witness of the assas sination has become very obstinate and has utterly refused to say anything more even declining to veri fy his first statement which was made several times Many of the citizens believe the story is true while others are inclined to doubt it The authorities will however sift the story to the bottom and try to remove the slight element of doubt that still hangs over the most shock ing murder in the history of South rn Indiana 1 At the trial of Jim Gillespie there was no testimony to prove that the assossin had been seen run ning from the scene of the crime One witness had heard hurried foot steps and the noise of the click of an iron gate After the jury had re turned a verdict of murder in the jurYIImenidence to show that a man had been actually seen crossing the street from the Gillespie home they would have inflicted the death penalty To Consumptives The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means afI ter suffering for several years with I a severe lung affection and that nnxIioussufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing anti may prove a blessing will please address Hev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York32ry Dont Open Wrong Mail I The authorities at Washington I have fixed a penalty of a two hun t tired dollar line on any person tak ing out of the punt ofllcc moil other g than their own All llostmastelsares liable to make mitr fcet t ne mail in the wrong borrs und fme 1 Ayers Give nature three helps and nearly every case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important of all Cherry PectoralNourishing Then a medicine to control the cough and heal the lungs doctorI 1 year of Inur rIt illi ALUKIIT O llAUILTON JlnrlCtU Ohio svsoc CIOC J f YEn ro U ilriivyl t for1xXll TI- M4Consumption Health demands dally action of the bowels Aid nature with Ayers Pills law says that people must examine their mail before leaving the office and should they receive a pies which is not addressed to them i must be returned at once That itI is the fault of the post master makes no difference This law includ mailoThere is a class of curious people everywhere and they are as a rule contemptibly curious about letters and other mail matter which they chance to get hold of They will open all letters coming into their possession and often when knowing full well they dont belong to them They will after reading the letters write on the envelope opened by mistake and without signing their name drop it back in the office box at night or during th night when not observed This class of curious individuals is warned t be careful in the future If the open hereafter mail which does no belong to them they must sign their name and state why they opened the same whether by accident or design Like Finding Money Finding health is like finding mon eyso think those who are sick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irritation better act promptly like W C Barber of San dy Level Va He says I had a terrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs but after finding no relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Greatest sale ofany cough or lung medicine in the world At Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free m A Confusion of Wives Iexllen Monthly t Occasionally this excess of wives in Utah leads to amusing consequences- as when one of the Apostles invited- a visiting Gentile to dinner The guest lost the address and looked up the Apostle in the Dictionary He observed that his hostessthough she answered to the proper name seemed unprepared for him and presently he heard her at the telephone- Oh Emma Is John living at your house this week Is he expecting somebody to dinner today Very well The gentleman will be there in a few minutes Then returning to the stranger slipI house sir This is the address you want On another occasion a little girl came running into the parlor while a visitor was calling Mamma mamma papa wants his suit case packed He is going to live with Aunt Emma this week Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Cattarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Cattarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have have known F J Cheney for the years and believe him perfectly honI orable in all business transactions I and financially able to carry out any wholeIIsaleCure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system j Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Drug IITnkemttiulnpribe lor Tim JtEiTHLitMN jFUNNY STOCK Some of the Freaks on Pennsyl Ivanias Wild Animal FarmI St Nleholrvl Come good crops or bad the wild animal farm does a thriving busi populationtevery do not take kind ly to farm work The camels refuse to plow no amount of urging will i induce the zebras to do the work of horses nor will the yaks or the sa cred cows do the work ofordinary oxen Actually the farm is a great animal boarding house with boarders from all over the world The farm which comprises some 300 acres is located near Allentown Pa Its population last year num bered more than 300 headof dif ferent kinds of stockand comprised a large and fairly complete menagerie thetfarm travel about the country in the paesreturn to their quiet Pennsylvania farm to enjoy a wellearned vaca counIwhen the circus comes to the coun try The great herds of camels dromedaries yaks buffalo llamas and the restare shipped to the nearest railroad point and paraded across country to their winter quartets The caravan makes a very pretty picture as it moves slowly along up quietIThe winter residents of the wild circustmore correctly be called the pulled pushed or hauled stock The jour ney is usually very exciting In the various parades of the Barnum and Bailey Circus throughout the coun try these same animals will remain perfectly passive in the streets of great cities no matter how loudly the band may play the calliope whistle or the small boys shout But strange to say a quiet country lane affects them very differently and they will balk as only a camel can shy at the most innocent bush or tree crash through high fences or hurdle them and go flying over the surrounding farms to the consterna tion of the farmers The caravan starts on its journey promptly at sunrise and it is usually late in the day before the farm is reached and the last unruly runaway rounded up and safely stabled Got Off Cheap He may well think he has got oft cheap who after having contracted constipation or indigestion is still able to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings New Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache con stipation etc 25c at Z Wayne Grif fin Bros drug store guaran teedmWater For Cows Cormponileiit In KiclmnKr Ordinarily the small cow drinks from six to eight gallons of water in twentyfour hours and the large cow drinks from seven to nine gal lons There is no fixed measure as no two cowseven of the same breed or of the same weight or on the same rations of the same feed and yielding practically the same quan tity of milk of the same quality will drink exactly the same quantity of waterI one small cow that seems to be satisfied with five gallons of wat er aday while another of her weight takes seven gallons A neighbor has a larger HolsteinFriesan cow that drinks over ten gallons a day and another quite as large as that gallIonsyoung- er cows require more water and that there is a decrease each year in the water taken as the cows grow older In some cases even this does not hold good A cow out of sorts will drink more or less as she is chil ly orlfhverishNIndigestion pasturage changes in ration irregularity in feeding and milking and the amount of exercise factors that influence the drink of the milch cow The charac er of the food has much influence I Dryfood calls for more water Sue r r culent food carries its own wate r largely The cow on pasture needs less and drinks less water than the cow on dry feed In providing a supply of water for i a herd it is well to furnish the wa ter and let the cows measure the drinks for themselves Then they will get the proper amount at the proper time Running water and individual drinking vessels in the I stalls will solve the problem of wa ter and drinking perfectly Nothing will cure Indigestion that doesnt digest the food anti give the stomach a rest It isnt necessary to starve yourself in order to rest your stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It will digest any quantity of all the wholesome food you want to eat while your stomach takes a rest recuperates and grows strong This wonderful preparation is justly en titled to all of its many remarkable cures Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m OASTOnX4Ben the Ili t Kind YOJ Hart Always BovtfJI Blgntttrof YlJ Diamonds in Horses Skin Ilntou tlllanl for Xiw York Ian Concealing 5000 worth of dia monds beneath the skin of a Clydesdale stallion a party of immigrants who recently passed through this city smuggled the stones through the United States Custom House at New York The fraud was discovered by F L Reely a farmer near here The animal which had grown lame was left at his place several weeks ago the immigrants charging him to take good care of him When they returned they found the horse was still lame and could not travel They took him paid Keely and going to the woods put a bullet through his head They took oft the skin in a fashion which interest ed Reely who was quietly watch iug He saw them pick over the in ner side of the skin and after they had left he examined it Reely noticed scars and the inner side of these seemed to have been carefully scraped He finally found a half carat diamond in one scar He cut the hide in small strips 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and J writer along original ling believes that the marriage service contains J K some words that have lost their sig Ijnificunco their author intended or inspire into those taking the vows declares an Exeter N IL + itelescrum to the Boston Herald The and obey suggest to Mr Riggs that the ceremony needs 11further amending Today he ways some time since the word obey has been practically eliminated from the marriage service With a view to relieving parties contract j ing marriage from still further temptation to insincerity I would suggest that we also strike out the word love from the marriage service Thore is far more reason for this than the other A woman could promise to obey her husband and it Jispossible she could do so to such a I as the most exacting hus band might require But when a man and woman promise to love I j each other until death do us part there is no certainty that they will be able to do as they promise It is evident that the marriage service as at present constituted was intended for the ideal marriage but ns ideal marriages are comparative ply rare the services proves a misfit i a large proportion of the cases f What clergyman has not felt the incongruity of exacting from some couple well advanced in years a tpledge to Move and cherish when evident that the mans che- fl motive in marrying was the desire to economise in household expenses by providing himself a companion whose keep would be less costly than V the senices of u housekeeper Ik Or what mockery to require a couple to pledge themselves to a lifelong alfection for each other when it is only too clear that mar I riage has been sought solely because of some supposed advantage of- I wealth or social position Seek SnakeBite Cure llruoUm KaRlej Carnegie Institute which has 3 fThe of the 10000000 do by the great ironmaker has been asked to set aside a goodsized I appropriation for the research work to discover an antidote for snake venom It is probable that the request will be granted For thou sands of years the secret has been sought in vain 4 if It was Prince Lucien Honarparte who in 1813 first made a chemical analysis of the venom of the viper separating and determining its active 4 principlewhich he called vipcrine A similar principle has been separated from the poison of the rattlesnake- by Dr Weir Mitchell the celebrated physician scientist and author which he named crotnline But until 1 recently there was little knowledge of anything antagonistic to this great toxic agent although socalled cures for snake bite ranging from whisky to the Indian sponge stone 9 were plentiful enough- In 1895 the experts of the Nation al Museum announced that strychnine was an absolute antidote fort snake venom but this statement la ter was modified very considerably Several years ago a Japanese investigator working under the direction- of Dr Weir Mitchell announced sure cure for rattlesnake venombut as a matter of fact a satisfactory antidote is yet to be discovered A surprisingly large number of per t 1Isons die from snake bite in the Unit 1ed States evey year and the public as well as the medical fraternity welcomes the announcement that the Carnegie Institute has set aside a fund for the purpose mentioned r Sleep Induced By Water tColll r Wwkly According to Captain J H Ander son the Hindoo mothers in the Sim la district of the Himalayas have a novel method of putting their chil dren to sleep A place is leveled lA in the neighborhood of some spring and a bed madeof leaves or mat ting Water is brought from the spring through a hollow bamboo stick so arranged that the water 1 T w RS VC A CONIimJNTIAI CHAT Itll perfect nonsense Bessie for you to talk of i on the shelf Vh it all depend on yourself For et your worries your aches and j do a I did take plenty of oul of door air cultivate ness not allowing your mind to dwell on the trifles and the worries of life I sent thirtyone cents in stamps to Or R V Tierce of his Cammor fense Medical Alvlser i and round It con tamed much teful atiun about the care of my health about physiology anat R woman I then decidedto write Dr Iicrce and tell him all about my ailments 1 received such a nice carefully considered and con fidriillal letter in reply giving me advice about my diet exercise mid nil Thus advice is free to everyone and I wonder you dont write him at once It didnt take me many month to regain my good looks liver since I was fifteen I have suflercd untold agonies periodically but now I am free from pain worry and temper a Oc casionally I took Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets this for the comptexicm and to stimulate the liver Then I took Dr Picrces Favorite Prescription three times a day for those womanly weaknesses I told you about Thats my secret of beauty Its the easiest thing In the world to be happy and keep ont11 good looks took at the thousands of women who have been made well by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription look how they then good looks Dr Pierce otTers son reward for any cate of I ucorrhea Female Weak ness lrolap+ us or Palling of Womb which he cannot cure All he alb is a fair and reasonable trial of bin uiciua of cure flowing out of the end of the tube with a fall of a foot or so strikes near one end of the prepared bed The child is placed on the bed in such a way that the water as it flows from the bamboo tube strikes against his head After 10 or 15 minutes the child falls asleep The slumber induced in this artificial way lasts for two or three hours and this long nap is given the child in the fore noon and again in the afternoon The natives believe that children who do not have this nOel water cure will become diseased and die I So far as known no physiological explanation has been made of the reas on why the falling water striking against the childs head causes sleepPloasantand Harmless Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflamma tion out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m e Catarrh a Disease of The System IPuruMna Cures Catarrh Whorovor Located Catarrh is a systemic disease cu trl1tmentlAaim directly at the depressed nerve centers This is what Pcruna docs Peruna immediately invigorates the nerve centers which give vitality to I the mucous membranes Then ca tarrh disappears Then catarrh igl permanently cured If yoir 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 lIe wilt bo pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Colum bus Ohio Sunflower Philosophy A man who can manage a woman can manage anything It is one sign of years if you dont care how you look on a cold day A cigar mingled with friendship has bought more than one man Many of our rich men take up a profession as an excuse for loafing No matter what you want done the doctor will tell you it will not hurtWe wouldt be a bit surprised to hear that the bad place is frozen overWe judge a man by his works a woman by her beauty and mules and onions by their strength Who flatters you the most the politician orthe man who owes you moneyWhen a woman knows she is home ly anyone can make her very mad by looking hard at her- r Poor relations never look so poor as they do when they ride in ncar riage belonging to rich kin A woman lodge organizer is not far removed from a woman suffrage lobbyist MODERN SURGEONS Make it Possible for a Man toi Live a Hole in His Heart Members of the medioal profes sion have had their attention drawn I to the peculiar case of a marine en n1fissurewas stated that he fell off an omnibus with his full weight on to his arms He received internal injuries and the postmortem examination showed that a split in the heart probably due to the accident had been acIItionThe wonderful skill of modern possiIblehis heart Some time ago it will i be remembered a remarkable ation was performed on a operI tient in a London hospital who been stabbed to the heart in a street I brawl The case was taken in hand the moment the patient entered the hospital mid a metal plate was plac ed over the heart after it had been sewn up The man recovered and is now alive and well with a metal I plate still over his heart He was recently arrested for burglary and is serving a term of imprisonment The success of this case was attrib uted to the fact that his case was at tended to almost immediately after the wound was inflicted Modern surgeons have learned their share of the lessons of the South African war Patients were received at the hospitals with the most extra ordinary wounds A soldier entered one of the London hospitals with a woundon his upper lip and another shoulderjlIemouth when he was lying down and had passed glean through his body injuring some of the arteries near his heart The only aftereffect he suffers from it is a pain in the left arm ftodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Rhinoceros Butts Train A collision recently occured on the Uganda railway British East Africa that would be possible nowhere else Ion earth A huge bull rhinoceros rushed out of the bush and at full speed the socalled chargedI train which was slowing approached the station Sultan Ham ond 218 miles from Mombasa The train was stopped and the rhiro JffiDoverisQea SUn Impoverished soil like impov erished blood needs n proper fertilizer A chemist by nwilyz illg the soil cnn tell you what fertilizer to use for different products If your blood is impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it mid give it the rich red corpuscles that ire Inching in it It may be Jounced n tonic but more likely you need a concentrated fat food ind fat is the clement lacking in your system There is no fat food that is- so easily digested dad assimilated its Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish and strengthen the body when milk and cream fail to do it Scotts Emulsion is always the same always palatable and always beneficial where the body is wasting from any cause either in children or adults We wIll send youa sample free rleture label In on tin wrapper of every bottle ot Emul sion you buy scon i BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St Mew York 0GOt and 100 Druggists e u Iii was discovered about 100 yards dpv the track Slowly he returned to the jungle and was soon lost to sight He did not escape unharmed for pieces of his thick skin were found adhering to the train but the fierceness of the assault smashed the engine step and splintered the inch andahalf footboard of the first carriage To the West and Southwest Cal ifornia Etc Best reached via Missouri Pacific Ry or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Memphis Great ly reduced oneway Colonist rates on Feb 21 March 21 1905 to Arkan sas Texas Indian and Oklahom Territories and numerous points in other western States Great oppor tunity for the investor or horneseek er Homeseeker round trip ticket on sale every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and stopover privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers froni St Louis via Missouri pacific Ry or Iron Mountain Route also personally conducted Tourist sleepers Tues day Thursdays and Saturday to California without change Descrip tive literature map folders etc furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearest Ticke Agent or address R T G Mat thews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky tf By the Tonic Route The pflls that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitt Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottle constipationsOld m Setting Himself Straight Ifnrvh IpplncottV George Washington Thomas an ablebodied negro of Sleepy Hollow appeared before Magistrate Nuss baum charged with stealing chickens The negro was accompanied by his lawyer Colonel Simmons a rising young white attorney The old Judge sauntered into the dingy courtroom where he had reigned for more than twenty years and after calling for order he looked around on the little company there assembled Seeing George Washington Thomas he pointed to him im slid Be you the defendant in this nse Quick ns a flash George was on hit Jeet and not understanding legs terms he exclaimed politely No sah no sah I aint de fen ant dnrs de fenant ovah dar And saying which he pointed to hit lawyer Therewas a general laugh bout the room in which the queer old Judge joined heartily The larky felt abashed He was visibly embarrassed and thinking to correct the mistakeifjmistake it were he said againpointing at his lawyer Yas sah hes de fenant and pointing to himself he said Is de jentman what stole de chickens A Dnstructlvo Flro To draw the fire out ofa burn 01 heal a cut without leaving a scarus DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A specific for piles Get the genuine J- L Tilckereditor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala writes I have uses eVitts Witch Hazel Salve in my family for Piles cuts and burns Ii is the best salve on the market Every family should keep it o- nhandSJld by Z Wayne Griffin d fire m Weight of a Dinner Knu H CltT mutual It has been seriously asserted by many people that we are naturally lighter after arrieal and they have even goneJthelength of explaining this bylhenmountot gas that is de eloped fromthe food Average observations however Fhow that wt ose 3 pounds 6 ounces between night and morning that we gain 1 pound 12 ouncesby breakfast that re again lose about 14 ounces before unch thatjlunch puts on an average of 1 pound jjthat we again lose luring the afternoon an average d to ounces butlthat an ordinary din icr to healthypersons adds 2 pounds 2 ounces to their weight XAgr Bought SJptae f1fZ- at fbU ITho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been use for ocr 30 years has borno the signature oC I CGfCliY All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasgood are hut Experiments that trlllo with and endanger tho health of Infants and lldrenExpcrleuco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorla is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pareg- orIc Drops anti Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substanco Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms nun allays Fevcrishncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nud Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach stud Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of r The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCNTAUK COMPANY rr MUftftAV ninny NW yoga CITY J E rn I I I Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why HecnuM It CUt1 rompl Wy nnd nt one It rellvm the IUITIINI of 1 llTlnjr death AU cae of rile can bo cured bJ n surgical operation hat you would rather bare Piles cnrad without the knit IIAIIIIIS POSITIVE PILE CURE will do It Mode only by the Leltchtkld Phariiincal Co Inc For side by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I I I I I I TO BE OF VALUE MUST BE lSEFULJeducation can be used every day and is therefore the Abusiness obtainable Hundreds of graduates in permanent positions owe their success to a course in c4 LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE W We teach thoroughly and practically Bookkeeping Penmanship Business Arithmetic Spelling Commercial Law Correspondence Typewriting Business practice Large PatronageCheap Board Tuition Write for catalogue Address LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE IND OR HOPKINSVIULE KY Correct Silverware Correct lit character design and workmanship is as necessary as dainty china or fine linen you have everything in good taste and harmony 14 ROGERS BROS plecnforpurchased from leeumg dealer every where U1ojuoCL hilt aboutthegenuine International Sliver Co Mcildcn Conni CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought i Bears the- 6lguatura of j u VO1kH good its the best Hnd prices as- healitstIicllctipest Give us ynnr order and be convinced STEVENS Tb7r oChvtfuift iittv v MurtUra an prorep oar w ne Book on Firearms FreeI- teoarlmoot mvr a salt drteHptlcn rf StOTvai UDIII butTillable infarttAfttncw baBlloy the proper UIoay1Jo1puou OURrack th + rai H- UADERSlIIWnw to ssre neck e eZd ttsrI-Sf dntt FntfmneV J STEVENS ARMS L TOOL CO roDoiictt ClIlCOrilE FALLS MASSL UBX trt till N ii Fd fid fid ++A9t iM tM + a ++re D xC +a+ t iriNFEMACliRA btIffor F ma1eDI ea csnre on tlie market but the only one a proven to be AD absolute and positive curator nil forma of Krranl ih AU 1lA A single trial will coovloce lhr most ukcptlcnl of IU almost curative ponr r Made only by the IKITCIIFlKUl PHAKMACALCO toeForsale hItJ H WILLIAMS 4t4yj44t + + +MF IM ++++++++++f Ftif+++ Kftja jiiifi v VJillJv V Sk if 5 t r Hartford Republican Iud by the llnrtfonl rnlitlnhtDg Company pemarnaeainlC K HnlrnEdllor TE =P202TEJ Cumbrln5 j37iouah zsrrlzI FRIDAY MARCH 3 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR KEIIIESESTATIVK CHARLES C BEARD FOR COUNTY JlIHlK I W B TAYLOR rou COUNTY COURT crKKK W S TINSLFY FOR COUNTY ATTOIIXEY- K M WOODWARD roil SIIE11IFF R B MARTIN roil JAIlEU OSCAR MIDRIFF FOR SUlEllISTEXDEST OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE FOR ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH FOR SURVEYOR NATHANIEL MOXLEY FOR COIIONEII JEROME ALLEN roit WA IKTJtATK Vie are authorized to announce JOHN M H IIULTZ a n canilldnt fur the office of Single trate of the Cromwell district subject to the ae tlonol the Ilrimbllcnn puny We are nuthorlieO to announce HACK COOK ni n candidate for the office of Magistrate of the Cromwell district subject to the action of lie publlcau party TilE war cloud has again over shadowed the dove of peace which feigned to soar over Russia et Japan and the bear is still being worsted TilE inauguration of President Roosevelt tomorrow will be the greatest event of the kind ever ex perienced inthef Capitol city We do not inaugurate such men as he very often TilE tallest woman in the world is c of German decent She is only twentyfour years of age and is slightly over seven feet tall An or dinary man can walk erect under her outstretched arms IT is proposed and will perhaps be come a law to prohibit the selling of opium in the Philippines after 1908 The dope fiends will have to hustle up in order to lay in a supply be tween now and then TIIEKE seems to be some doubt as to who will get credit for putting the Standard Oil company out of business Tom Lawson and Kansas are each claiming the honor for start ing the ball to rolling toDrrOsler man is a has been after he reaches the age of forty In the light of his own theory the doctor has been a has been for sixteen years Dont his argument fall flat IT is apparent from the overtures made to Commonwealths Attorney Allen by Judge Hargis that he is be coming uneasy lest the Court of Ap peals will decide that Fayette county has jurisdiction to try him on the murder charge preferred against him by a grand jury of that county AN EFFORT is being made to secure a pardon for BankWrecker McKnight who was convicted in the Federal Court at Louisville about five years ago He has twice been denied executive clemency and should be this time His punishment- is conceded to be commensurate with his offense 1vAjudgeCHARLES of the northern district of Floridahas been acquitted on all the articles of im peachment preferred against him t There have been but few impeach Iment charges preferred against States officials since the or ganization of the government and byiTHOMAS SIMS a musician of some note declares that every human being is in tune with some one of the musical keys He discovered this quaint freak of nature he claims by simply experimenting with his own emotions noting how music in a certain key soothed and in others aroused his emotions He as tried the experiment on others with the same results TilE Hartford Heralds attempt to lead the public to believe that TilE REPUBLICAN is not in favor of good roads throughout the county is simply a piece of fine spun artifice intended to divert public attention from its declaration tnat the Fiscal Court of Ohio county must select n Supervisor of roads We have al ways favored progress and have on divers occasions pointed out the ad vantages of well kept public thor oughfares The most important phase of the good roads question and the one in which the people are most Interested is a plan by which the public roads may be made bet ter without burdening them with ad ditional taxes In other words the most economical way of improving the roads is what the people favor and THE REPUBLICAN joins with them Ordinance of the City of Hart ford Ky Dmljcnatlnic streets on which It hall bo unlaw fully to bnlld any other than n brick or stone building The City Council of the city of Hartford do ordain as follows Sec 1 It shall be unlawful for any person or persons corporation- or firm to erect or construct a build ing of any kind other than brick or stone on any of the following streets or alley in said town viz On both sides of Main street beginning at its intersection with Washington street and from thence to and including the Likens livery stable lot on Corner of Main and Union streets and also to and including the C J Rhoads store and dwelling on said Main street also on both sides of Un ion street beginning at the inter section of same with Market street and from thence to Peach alley also on both sides of Market street beginning at its intersection with Union street and from thence to its intersection with Washington street also on both sides of Center street beginning at its intersection with Market street and from thence to Peachalley Sec 2 Before any person or per sons corporation or firm begins the construction of any building on any of the streets hereinbefore mentioned they shall file with the City coun cil plans and specification and obtain from said council a permit so to do Sec 3 Any person violating any of the provisions of this article shall be fined 10 ten dollars for each offense and each lay a building con structed or in the process of con struction of material other than that hereinbefore designated is permitted to stand shall constitute a separate offenseSec 4 All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved March 1 1905 ROWAN HOLBROOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk CENTERTOWN A very successful meeting held here by Revs Miller Haskins and Drake hasclosed Much good was accomplishedMrs Haskins is at home again after an extended visit to her fath er Dr M Waddle of Carmi Ill Miss Leona Gaddis accompanied her homeMrs Alvin Rowe is on the sick IL M Phipps and wife were called to the burial of Mrs Osie Woods I whose home was in Nashville Robert Renfrow and wife Beda visited the family of H H Davis last week Mrs E 11 Morton is visiting her parents at Utica Will Sallee of Rison Ark is vis iting his family here Miss Lennie Rowe has gone to Bowling Green to school J T Rone and H H Davis legal lights of our city bar were in Rock port this week on business Atty G W White Ceralvo in attendance at court here Satur ISMatanzas were here this week on businessJacob and S Igleheart Fairest were here this week looking after church property Clinton Rowe near town is suf fering from a severe cut on his footOur post office has headquarters- in the mammoth brick VARIOUS COLORSt Process of Their Production Vi vcdly Described By Apt Illustrations Editor REPUBLICAN I read with j interest in your issue of last week an article under the headline What I Makes the Sky Blue If you wijl indulge me space I shall supplement that article with a brief essay on the constitution of light and the distribution of color The man of science would say that light is the vibration of an elastic medium but as such a technical def inition would convey small meaning to those who have given the matter little study I shall try to illustrate the accepted theory of light in a homely way Light is a wave mo tion imparted to the ethereal fluid by an outside energy That the in terplanetary space outside of the shell of atmosphere surrounding the planets are filled with an elastic jellylike fluid termed ethqr is now the agreed verdict of science Every one has observed that when a pebble is dropped into still water a series of small waves is imparted to the water in all directions from the point of the contact with the pebble as the center The phenomenon we know as sound results from waves in the air different in no way from the waves in water except for the den sity of the medium and in the length of the waves In fact violent water waves beating against a rough shore communicate their motion to the air so perfectly that we are able to de termine their length and intensity from the communicated air waves that reach our ears Light is ascer tainly a wave as water is a wave or as sound is a wave but it requires a tar more elastic medium Light and heat so intimately though not abso lutely related differ only in the length of the waves that produce them The greatest heat waves we receive from the sun are non lumi nous A heated iron rod will ignite wood far below the temperature at which it begins to glow even in the dark and the firefly gives off light in which no sensible degree of heat can be discovered Of the blistering heat and dazzling light we have from the sunit can be said with certainty that we have neither direct from the body The heat ofa tropical sun must travel more than ninety million miles through a tempera ture many hundred degrees below the freezing point and the rays of i noonday sun must traverse vast fields of impenetrable darkness But the sun is an energy communicating tremors to the ethereal ocean which conveys them unchanged across its cold dark bosom till meeting resist ance in the atmosphere andearth they develop light and heat Light waves have been measuredby means of delicate instruments with great accuracy and it is shown that placed end to end it requires from fortysix to fortyeight thousand of them to make an inchthe number depending upon the color of the light meas ured Such is the rapidity with which light waves impinge upon the optic nerve that it absorbs trillions of them in a single secondIAs a study in physics colCtis more fascinating to me at least than light In studying the constitution of light the student must trusty much to au thority but the problem of color ad mits of occular demonstration No error with reference to the problem- of color is more universal perhaps than that of referring color to mat a i + fiUVi PeculiarTo Itself I In what it Is and what it does con taining the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and permanent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building ups the whole systemis true only of SarsaparillaI much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost I WM troubled with scrofula and came near losing iny eyesight For four months could not see to do anything After taklne two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparilla I could see to walk and when I had taken eight bottle I could see as well as ever Scsir JL lUlU TON Withers N C t Hoods Saraaparllla promises to cure and keep the prpmlso lv as one of its inherent qualities That gold would not be yellow orsil ver white in thepbsence of light is received by Ulnypersons not as a revelation but as a fanciful absurdi ty Light is a wave in a highly elastic medium color is determined by the length of the lightwave The longest lightwave is red the shortest blue and waves of intermediate lengths develop the intermediate colors Neither black nor white is a pure color Black isthe absence of light and white is u composite of all the primary colors The white light of the sun is a skein of many colors which may be resolved into its pri mary elements in a very homely way In the absence of a NicoVs prism a working substitute may be had in the angled crown piece or knob of a preserve stand With this directed towards the sun a lamp will do as wellrind the eye pressed close against the glass a little pa tience and slow turning the glass only are necessary to resolve the light into all the colors of the rain bow A still better medium perhaps is a coal oil lamp Have the lamp well filled with oil and while the sun is near the horizon press thee e closeagainst the lamp and view the sun through one side of the lamp Some patience and caicfully shifting your viewpoint may be sometimes necessary to get the best results When the best position is found hor izontal elliptic rings of red and blue appear first and later the intermediate colors It will no doubt sur prise the observer as it did the writ er to discover that he had never before held colors in their purity The art and ingenuity of man have never yet discovered a pigment anywhere approaching the beauty and purity of colors that condescend to expose themselves in a coal oil lamp After seeing in the unequally re flecting surfaces of the homely prisms I have described the appar ently white skein of the sun and lamp unraveled till each strand of color stands alone it is not difficult to see that material objects have no inherent color but take their color wholly as their atoms intercept given length of lightwaves When the lightwaves from the sun reach the outer rir of the earths atmosphere the long waves pass without being sensibly disturbed through the finely divided matter floating in the air but which is sufficient to break the continuity of the very short waves and develop the beautiful blue color of the sky But when the light waves of the sun reach the observer through the denser atmosphere near er the earth as at sunrise or sunset the longer lightwaves are intercepted giving rise to the colors red and and yellow The blue of the ocean like that of the sky is due to suspend ed finely divided matter This is proven by the blue water of the ocean rarely occurring near the coast and only at long distances out from the mouths of large rivers that detriItusdemonstrate that color in an in Ito property of light and not of matter is to pound a piece of windqw pane to powder The powdered mass into which no foreign clement has been introduced is seen to be white resulting from numerous re flecting surfaces of unequal power intercepting at once the light waves of varying lengths and fusing them into the composite color white J H T WHITESVILLE P H Haffey and wife Ientertained at dinner Saturday Ivo Howard Ralph is attending school here Mrs Clara Early went to Owens boro Wednesday- A crowd from here attended the dedication of the new Christian church at Owensboro Sunday Miss Sallie Owen spent a few days here last week with har grandmother Mrs Sarah Hale Onis Hickey has joined the army C L Obenchain went to philpot SaturdayLittle Haffey Cecil is on the sick list Prof A P Thomas closed his school Friday with two nights en tertainment Wilson Brooks and Bessie Williams won the prizes in the oratorical contest He began his spring school Monday Mrs Thomas Hickey has been on the sick list C J Berry returned to his home in Owensboro Friday after a few days visit to Dr J S Knox and familyMiss Mary H Wedding will leave for Cincinnati Tuesday to purchase the spring millinery goods e- Mr 5q fE P BARNES BRO fllltIto fit upall u 1 todato comfortable home Wobuy this line in good large quantiticsand are in It position to give our trade the very lowest gossiplaiecsand find nothing in our stock but honest honulnblI11nde turu that will1 jive jerfect satisfaction properly cared for in over instance We Can Sell You Bed Itoom Suits 1250 to 1i1 Oak Dressers l 00 to 2500 I Bedsteads 225 to 1200 J Chairs per sot t50 to 1000 Rockers 125 to 500 1 Fultlin 2500oSide Hoards 1500 to 2500 holding Lounges and Couches 000 to 1500 0 Safes and Cupboards 225 to J50 Springs e I 10v0 r l Mattresses 200 to 1000 1 Stand Tables 155 to 500 4 Extension Tables I00 to 1000 And many other things that you must seo to appreciate their value Visit this department I and you will r be delighted with the values you will see 1j Inventory Is all done and as usual theiv are odds and ends inIevery department that we lava put the prig from onohalf to onethird their original value If you are j in need of seasonable stuff you can save from 50c to Toe on every dollars worth you buy of our odds 11111 undo Comu to see us It will be a pleasure to show you these goods and if there is anything in the lot you can use it means a big saving for you i Beaver Dam Ky + 9 If you owe THE REPUBLICAN- call while attending court next week and settlefThe City Restaurant itingthe balance of this year A 50c Quart of Oysters for Half a Dollar A 25c Steak Meal for a Quarter 1AlOeA lOc Hot Lunch for a Dime A 5c Cup of Cofleo for a Nickel A 5c Sack Hot Peanuts for a Nickol A 5c Cup Hot Chocolate for a Nickel 4sV 4 This is only a pointor to the hundreds ofbargains aaovory iivoijther- i1 r ni Fairs Spring News Now tlmt our winter stock has been suofliiently duced wo turn our special attention to spring For thirty days now we have been carefully gathering what information we could about Spring Fabrics Wo do this in order that wo may give you an intel ligent answer as to what will be worn The results are us follows Woolen Dross Goods The overpopular shirt waist suits will bo in the lead11e find that the material used will be Mo hair lustres Sicillians Panama cloths and light weight Broadcloths We have our entire new spring lino of these goods READY NOW Cor you If its a now suit for Easier you would do well to consult us Int once Samples sent on request d Spring Silks There is no doubt but that Silks will boa favorite Ifr both Suits and Shirt Waists Plain and fancy Taffetas of a chitHm elltct will be thou most sought after Wo have our line of these goods liow ready to show you Wo would bo glad to hove you call or Vrito for wimples Wo call your special attention to two good values in ltficttasa 75u quality 19 in ches wide for 50c and 09e I Atislin Underwear Wohavo recently added a line of readymade Muslin Underwear such us Corset Covers Skirts Chemist Drawers etc made of select quality of I bleached muslin handsomely trimmed with inser tion and embroidery Not the narrow Skirts but cut full Worthy dependable goods Got our prices Spring Ginghams and Percales Beyond question the prettiest line we have over shown Do your spring sewing now before the weather gets warm oO pieces new Waist styles Gin ghams regular price 12lcfor JOt Fifteen pieces 30inch late pattern Percales at 121c Besides these wo are showing other desirable Spring Goods that should appeal to your immediate attention TDo Your Spring Shopping AT The Bargain center 1i ft 6a e tar ford Republican I FRIDAY MARCH 3 illinois Central RnllroadTlnlo I Table if Nor III Itmniil I So l31tn V a m RnUSdneAiIIII So irMim13iM iH KiinMi Itanl lilt Sn ISIilntflldt a m Sninliln3li ui SollJ Oni aa Mr I Kinder Livermore was a pleasant caller Monday t Mr V M Stewart Beda was a pleasant caller Wednesday Mr J C Kelly McHenry was a r very pleasant caller last Friday f Circuit Clerk E G Barross was in Beaver Dam on business Tuesday Miss Annie Grundy Greenville is the guest of Dr and Mrs E B Pen dleton Deputy Circuit Clerk F L Sander fur went to Manda on business Wednesday S Leave your laundry at Cleve Her s Work guaranteed Prompt delivery46tfMiss Nancy Smith of Fordsville- is is the guest of relatives and friends f t in the city Mrs Ida Tappan Beaver Dam is the guest of her mother Mrs J A y Park and family it tDr J S Bean Olaton was the of his parents Dr and Mrs itLB Bean the first of the week gti Mr E M Woodward attended the Jfuneral and burial of Miss Grace Park at Andersonville last Saturday 1r I =Superintendent James M DeWeos left yesterday to be the guest of his mother near Shreve for a few days Mr James A Bilbro senior mem ber of the firm of Bilbro S Bratcher Ucilin was a very pleasant caller Tuesday Bring your furs to Sam Bach the alliI Several cases of scarlet fever hart been reported among the little folks of the town but as yet none have been very serious Messrs Estill and Sherman Park left Wednesday for Evansville to I attend to some business affairs They will return Saturday I I Mr John McCormick died at his home in the Livermore neighbor hood last Friday Interment took place at Pleasant Hill Saturday I Miss Edna Ingram who has been- a students in the Cincinnati Conservatory I of Music for the past two years returned to her home in Beav er Dam Saturday returnedIwho has been at 3 near Fordsville He reports his father much improved I Mrs Stewart wife of A H Stew art Baizetown was tried for lunacy I in Judge Millers court Monday and adjudged a lunatic She was conveyed I to the Hopkinsville asylum Tuesday byher husband I Mr Herbert Sanders who has been in business at McHenry and in the employ of the Brown Mercantile Co there for the past several years has accepted the position as chief manager of the general store of S I J Tichenor at Livermore 1 i E M Woodward went to Louis ville on legal business yesterday I Energy Moore was fined 500 andr cost yesterday for hauling over 600 pounds over the pike Rev J A Bennett of the NO creek neighborhood is quite ill of the grip Foil SAI1A good work mare For particulars call on or address Ar- K Anderson Hartford Ky Messrs J B Foster and Fleet wood Ward left yesterday for Bick nell Ind where they will probably locate Prof E W Patterson who has just closed a successful school at Pleasant Ridge has entered the Franklin School of Osteopathy where he will study that science Mr E E Birkhead left Tuesday for Owensboro to join his wife who has been the guest of relatives in that city for the past several days They returned yesterday I Go to Moore R Crabtree for fresh I and cured Meats Mackerel Lard and Coffee They will pay cash for Hides and Furs and will also sell and deliver ice the coming summer Mrs Lucy Hubbard who has been in Idaho visiting her son Walter returned Tuesday accompanied byI him Walter has ben in very feeble health and is not now able toI leave hisjroom Mrs Malinda Duke wife of Rich ard Duke of the Horton neighbor hood was adjudged a lunatic yin Judge Millers court here last Saturday She was at once taken to the Hopkinsville asylum Miss Grace Park mention of whose illness appeanl in TUB REPUBLICAN several weeks ago died at the home of her father Mr W H Park Red Hill Daviess county last Friday Interment took place at Anderson ville Saturday I Mrs Tas Fields died at her home near the County Alms house last Tuesday Her remains were inter ed at Mt Hermon Wednesday Mrs Fields was formerly a Miss Shown and leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn her untimely deathMrsJ M Bishop died at her home in the Central Grove neighbor hood last Saturday from the effects of the grip followed by catarrhal fever Her remains were laid to rest in the Central Grove cemetery Monday amid a host of sorrowing friends and relatives She is survived j by a husband and three sons County Clerk M S Ragland has completed the recapitulation of As sessor Leows assessment and the Board of Supervisors raises of the taxable property of Ohio county which shows the countys taxable as sess to as follows Value of lands 2367411 value of town lots 631 458 mortages cash on hand and deposited in banks 105281 personal property 1673250 exemptions 983670 total value of taxable prop erty 4183721 Will Ford who was seriously wounded at Horse Branch a week ago last Saturday by being struck by a breastyoke in the hands of Tom Wilson died last Sunday night It was first reported that the men wen working together hauling ice but later reports are to the effect that they met by chance Wilson came to Hartford as soon after Fords death as he could and surrendered to the authorities He waived examining trial and was released on 1000 bond for his appearance at Circuit Court Died Near Centertown Ky Feb 25 1905 at 1030 p m Serel da Wade Bishop age 58 years 3 months and 3 days Professed faith in Christ 41 years ago being bap tized by ElderJudson S Taylor She became a member of Waltons creek Baptist church and continued to ex ert a deep quiet influence for good in that fellowship till death This was attested by a large assembly at tending the burial Worship was conducted by her pastor Elder L P Drake assisted by the writer Shewas married to John M Bishop December 291870 This union was blessed with three sons Orville Os car and Chester who with their father many relatives and friends sadly mourn their great loss in her departure But its her heavenly gain All of these that are Christians do and will long to meet her over there She is gone but forgotten JNO T CASEBIER 8abacribelorTnE REFrjimAN y y 10 Id 1 nn GENERAL NEWS II Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems An explosion in the mine of the United States Coal and Coke Company J at Wilcoe W Va caused the death of over a score of miners The Engineering Commission of J- the Isthmian Canal Commission has J- laid before the body the first definite J- plans for the construction of the waterway They called for a sea J Jiof 35 feet at a total esteemed cost of j230500000 The time for the completion of the work is estimatedat I frow ten to twelve years I I Stock of highgrade oil will be drawn upon from the fields of Ohio I Indiana WestVirginia and Kentucky at the rate of 25000 barrels a day toI be shipped to Japanthat country having placed an order for 10000000 II gallons of refined oil to take the place of the Russian product Dur I 109 the past week the pleasant I f weather had the effect of hastening the completion of wells in the Ken tucky and Tennessee fields Wayne county alone furnished sixjwells two of them being seventyfive barrel strikesRussias internal troubles go from bad to worse In Warsaw a soldier accompanies each policeman to keep him from striking All the railway I systems except one have been placed under martial law The postal J telephone officials threaten to strike J In Riga the officials are unable to cope with the situation Acondition amounting to civil war prevails in the Caucasus The Government has been forced to grant concessions in Siberia The autocracy seeks to pre vent the convoking of the Zemsky Sober Evidence accumulates that agitation is more political than econ omic and that a general foment may fellow in the spring What the Hartford Mill Co i I Has to Sell All kind of Flour and Meal all kinds of mixed and ground Feed Also Seed Oats and Hay Anything you need in Building Material Spindle Bracket and Scroll work made to order We are pre pared to make any sort of I odd size window or door All kinds of Builders Hard ware and Glass carried in stockP SFarmers bring us your plow points and have them sharpenedthree for 25c Respy HARTFORD MILL CO OLATON Feb 27The roads are very bad almost impassable Mr and Mrs L B Daniel and lit tie son visited relatives and attended church at Narrows Sunday RevJ W Bristo filled his regu lar appointment here Saturday an Sunday and was called to preac here this yens this being Bro Bris tos third year as our pastor Mrs N J Faught is quite ill John Allen is still on the sick list R L Cooper and daughter Irene returned today from Linton Ind Miss Lula Russell Horse Branch visited her aunt Mrs J B Canon SundayC McDaniel went to Owensboro SundayR Shrewsberry has moved in the house Vacated by Rob Armesand wifeDr Armes of Shrewsberry Ky is visiting his daughter Mrs R M ShrewsberryMrs Allen was the guest of Mrs Nola Boyd Horse Branch one day last week Willie Jones Caneyville was in town today A W May shipped a car load of stock to Louisville the 25th Miss Mercedese Canon attended church at Narrows Sunday Willie Bruner who has a job wit the carpenters on the I C R R was at home Sunday Uncle Billie Faught who has been ill for Spme time is able to bet againMr Young Horse Branch was in Olaton last Sunday Lige Daniel who is attending I akr j sers tt233N 3131a143J611b1 Q31i 1 1Q2 Y 131 NtiVB4 1X JR 1 March Clearing Sale With ti new stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes x Hats and Ladies and lions Furnishings which we ft will add to our winter goods we will make a g Sweeping Sale Which will greatly benefit you We have no old stock 5 everything new You will find everything just as it is 2 represented in this ad Mens Boys and Childrens S Clothing for the spring High grade but low prices will be in this sale Everything now open for your ft gBesti Best Cotton 5c 2 jjBest iIIBest Heavy Shirting 7c 5 A Best big lilnilllelettosncIfully low Ladies Flannel Under skirts 38c IImdies 35c ribbed Vests per 19c Mens heavy 50e Sweaters fancy striped and plain colors on sale for39cLa- dies nice Dress Shoes in Vici Kids and Box half Leathers always sold for 175 sale price 100 Childrens nice 100 Dress Shoes mado of Vici Kid leatheron sale for 48c Latest spring Hats for MenBlackor Drown fur 98c school at visited his moth er and Mrs Bob Miller who has been very low with for some time is not to live but a 4 short while John F Allen our post master has just his new with lock boxes which will be a great to the Y M C A State I In the year 1878 the first State of the Young Mens I was held at I was the of a few of the that were then This will go down in Ken tucky as being one of the most ever held and it will also be by I the of some new The first of note three normal bible classes of three each under the of Mr Frank H Burt Mr C j C New York and Mr t E W Peck State was the and held I Boys male and Miss of Mr S D Quiet House The Train j with Tom Keenan as The Field I I were and looked to as at any pre vious i all the were by j leaders The evan i efforts for men and boys led I by C C at the FancySatine Shirt S Waistsnicely 68c and Plain pair for 25c nice Dress Vici Kid and Box Calf just a few for100 Top for men of mater cost you 50c else sao price38cH- eavy work made of sale 39c and Cam els hair a 35c and 50c seller sale per garment19c Come earlyand get first choice I Yourt for Bengreiiirae Sam BachHartford Ky Hartford Saturday Sunday consumption expected received cabinet keyless convenience patrons Convention Convention Christian Association featureshpresence delegates present convention history spiritual conventions remembered features inuguration specialI sessions leadership Chicago Michener Secretary Minnesota Another gymnastic athletic exhibition Saturday afternoon 10111PecicOrchestra Henderson Chorus Schasffer Louisville Gordons Gospel Railroad Engineer Section Conferences Kentucky receptionhforward convention Sunday morning pulpits occupied association special gelistic Michener Temple Ladies trimmed Ladies Fancy Colored Hose4 Mens Shoes leathers Fancy Shirts made good inlwill where Shirts Jersey Fleeced Cloth price Mens Ribbed Underwear price Theater qnd B W Godfrey at the- Third Baptist church resulted in over 50 men and 31 boys declaring their faith in Jesus Christ as Savior The speakers who contributed much to the success were Presidents F W Hinitt and Acheson Danville Frank H Burt Chicago E W Peck Minnesota C C Michener W D Weatherford G B Hodge Robert Wiedensall A G Knebel Tom Keenan Dr Geo Fisher New York John L Wheat Louisville The closing session was in charge of State Secretary H E Rosevear which consisted of short speeches on What Has This Convention Meantto delegatesl j Binds Thus the TwentySeventh Annual Convention of the Young i Mens Christian Association of Ken tucky came to a close of the City of Hart ford Ky Amending on ordlnn nee of raid etty tntllltO Her enao and Taxation The City Council of the city of followsj an ordinance of the city of Hartford on titled Revenue and Taxation he and the same is hereby t ded 1 striking out from last sentence of t same the word October and sub stituting in place of said word the word June so that said sentence of said ordinance when thus amended shall read as follows Any person or persons failing to pay their taxes by the first day of June 1905 shall pay six per cent in addition on the taxes due and unpaid Sec 2 All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved March 1 19C6 ROWAN HOLBKOOK Mayor IAttest SA ANDEFEON Clerk J S REMARKABLE STORY Told By a Medium Who Knew That a TItan Was Going To Be Shot New York Son Spiritualistswere exchanging periences last night at the Tuxe Several wellknown mediums were there a preacher two or three Christian Scientists and a few business men Some of the sCories told were firstclass ghost tales Mr Margaret Gaule of 257 West 0 Hundred and Thirteenth street who has given a number of tests the Tuxedo told this story whi hashe insisted was true in every par icular When I was 15 years old I went to work in a shoe store in Baltimore as a clerk One day a man whom I knew by sight as a rich businessman and prominent socially came into the store to exchange a pair of shoes his wife had purchased the day before and found unsatisfactory As I was restoring the shoes to the wall case I heard as sharply and distinctly as if it had been fired close to my ear a pistol shot I asked the man if he was in the habit of carrying a revolver No said he very mu cher astonished Something impelled mea to touch again the shoes his wife had worn Again I heard a shot It came over me at once I couldnt explain how that the man was going to be shot I told him I didnt to alarm him but that I believed was going to be hurt maybe shot Naturally he laughed at me and le- the ft store telling me I was a foolish girl and a very extraordinary so tallof shoe clerk Next day I read at breakfast that the man had beeu killed by his wife shot through the head as he lay in bed with a derringer she had under her pillow She had no motive for killing him as far as could be learned but did it on sudden impulse It was that experience which had a good deal to do toward making me a mediumJOne man present was anxious to see a spirit to actually behold aI ghostIThat is foolish said Miss Gaul Dont put any faith in mediums who tell you they can materialize spirits out of a cabinet They are fakers They know they are not doing business on the square Ma- terializations of any sort are so un common as to be unknown practically Mediums who pose in darkened rooms and appear to producer spirits from cabinets are almost as badas women who gull the ignorant and foolish by pretending they have the power of making anybody a me dium at so much the job Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their digestions in good condition with Elec trio Bitters S A Brown of Ben l nettaville S C says For IIIdtorpid liver until she lost her strengthand vigor and became mere wreck of her former selfIThen she tried Electric Bitterswhich helped her at once and finally madeinher entirely well She is now and healthy Z Wayne Griffin he Bro druggist sell and guarantee them at oOc a bottle mhi 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 gtotrip 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 and 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky tf of HUMAN OSTRICH Man has a Cast Iron Stomach 820 viEnjoysot Junk Low leg jEating SGisThe occasional horseshoe nail to beR found in them only gives a relish to 301 Kducetlfc not look with equanimity upon a hair in the butter an ounce of broken glass in a Welch rarebit affects me not at all The possessor of a g vanized stomach andn nonbreak able set of molars has an advantage that even the ancient philosophers eefailed to appreciate With this as Iiamorstdoof University of Maryland rental stu dents for whose benefit ne was giv ing an exhibition ofhis remartableac complishments by swallowing a dozen horseshoe nails several fo ISSidable looking screws and a pint of necrushed glass And I never ed with the tooth ache in my life 11 atadded Hamorsten as he gulped dot half pound of iron filings which he had noisily masticated for the space of half a minute An intelligent faced undergrad ate arose in the rear of the hall Mr Hamorsten asked he do you find your food nourishing Not especially so replied the human ostrich I eat it because my doctor prescribed it He said my system needs the iron Hamorsten is a young Austrian about whom there is nothing likely to give one the impression that he is a freak The cut of his clothes or the contour of his face would ncv create a belief that he can swallow pair of spectacles with as little discomfort as an ordinary mortal can dispose of an oyter But Ham orsten is a philosopher who realizes that a kind Providence gave sac banhe1I eel allothers Hisbenefitsareasetof teeth like marble and a stomach for which he needed have no respect a Fading that in possesion of these things he is somewhat different from other mortals he makes the most of them and tours the earthI as a human ostrich and comfortable living When the dental students of th University of Maryland heard the he was in Baltimore they decided to learn whether he lived up to his prospectus So to prove it hegave a per formance at the University I have seen men shy at the biscuits their young wives make but my domestic felicity will never be rup Hamei orsten Cakes that could easily j be used as sinkers on fish lines are dead easy for me As he spoke he I picked up an iron railroad spike Grasping the butt of it in his right i hand he close his teeth about its mid j die There was a wrench and the iron spike parted like a piece if macaroni And that said he as he laid the piece of split iron down is one of the principal differences between j yours truly and Mr Rockefeller Why I can even enjoy the sandwiches they serve in country railroad stations And in view of hisl1 performance his andience willingly believed himIIIHamorsten is apparently as strong y built throughout as in his teeth i 50 prosej man shudder he raised high with apparent else Iron chains kneeaas little effort as a schoolboyn would exert to snap a his performance by drink g virtually a glass of water for swallowed the glass after the water had disappeared Of course chewed the tumbler into bits bee fore he allowed it to go down his throatThe wouldbe dentists were appalled Suppose they belonged to a I race of such men of what use would dentistry beIa return en i for the students as soon as dates make it bleFeOver 19 Hours Saved to the double sern 1viceits connections the 19quickestr chLaredodaily leaving St Louis 221 p m and p m Elegant Dining Car ser ce Wonderful Mexico is attract g the investor and pleasure seeker rates liberal stop over privies of Now is the time to go For literature rates etc nearest Ticket Agent or address T G Matthews T P A Room Norton Bldg LouisvilleKy tf Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat of CAPTURE WILD MAN Tennessee Wanderer Believed 11to Have Been a Scout A wild man has been captured ennear Luary Henderson count Tenn in a lonely part of Forked Deer Bottom after giving his pur suers a hard race 1 some time the negrcej of that rmfsection have claimed that they couldi hear a curious noise at white people paid little attention They finally claimed they saw a wild man and four or five white men went i 1 search of him About 11 oclock the wild man made his appearance and when spoken to by one of t party fell flat on the ground a uttered shriek after shriek He t1tL brakeI s and j twice got a glimpse of the man Af ter a long chase the patty came to hollow poplar log that had been fel II ed Investigation revealed tracks in the log and later the form of a man was discovered in the far end the log in a stooping position He was captured and proved to be per fectly harmless His only covering was a long growth of hair The man seemed to be rational at times but had lost his power of speech In a nick of the tree was found an old Federal cap and in another place was found what appeared to be paper but on closer examination proved to be writing It was dated 1S J and was an order to General Grant butt it could not be told who it was from It is the general opinion around Luray that the man was a scout dur ing the war and got lost in the bot toni and finally became mentally un balanced and later wild Dlnnorlnvltatlonta a of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attackof Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins Lesbus Ky says I i can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble I was afflicted with stomach trouble for fifteen years and six bet- ties of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which has entirely cured me The six bottles were worth 1000 to me Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Mardi Gras New Orleans La ITIarch 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 G re turn limit Leaving New Orleans 11th 1905 notiwith Validating agent not later than March 11th and payment of fee of cents Attacked Bya Mob And beaten in a labor riot until covered Chicago streetby sores a ificonductor applied Bucklens Ar ica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in myfamilywrites- G J Welch of Teconsha Mich and find it perfect OJ Simply great l for cuts and burns Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin S Bros drug store IIartfordIn I Excursions Over Illinois Central II Presidential Inauguration Ceremonies Washington D C March a 1905 the above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from BeaverI to Washington D I Dates of sale March 1 2 and 3 Limited to March 8 1905 for and except that original pur aser may secure an extension of return limit to leave Washington not later than March 18th 1905 by depositing ticket with Joint Agent at FIanddeposit a GCIDeWUsFor Piles Burns Soros does beHasMardi ll iMcottV Dr A strapping lad of twelve was registered in one of the public schools Philadelphia He readily gave t the several facts called for but he did not know whether his birthday fell on the tenth of November or of DecemberJ so old a child mum he asked how it came to paw that he hadnt learned ythe date of his birth I wasnt born said the buy I had a stcP1 mother Dl1STOR X A fear theihI Kind You Han AlMBBwjjM BigfJtue I c u To Fill Out Ton err nftitlcd to live words j more to make the last lime full if you want them said the iidvertis ing clerk after counting the words j The man whIt iatU rouiht in n hisnlIIOnsaidaReasonsI I n s ChiruKo Tribune Rather Blunt Doctor politely Kut looking lit imlaticnccIi IIICIyour tail and now perhaps you will kind ly r8hIIusbardnot so considerate Mariahc doesnt want to hear your tongue any mONoHe wants to look at it London Telegraph Promntlrootalnedornore Wrltforour COPIFIDENTIAL LETTER before worth DOhr Ye PAYaurtMnEDIATEF6REEREPORTONPATENTABILITY tired Patent Lawyer Write or come to UI at 605507 71h St WASHINGTON D C Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For CoNQVMrTIONBOcd0L00 Prke A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back iritralb Trial Dotlltfr i j OpportunityWe I in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachincI ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker C- apableofdevelopment into a permanent I and profitable business WRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfg Co 72 and 74 Wabash Ate CtUCAOO C JfcaAAdAAAftfta4a44daa4Aft45i riw w i Do You Need 1 3 PrintingJyou we arc ready to take vour order 44 for anything you need in the printing line i 1 We printIItI1 Envelopes per 503100 J ty Letterheads per ream of 500 125 Notehoiulrf ream of 500 100 l rigrt4 43 JJilllieads per ream of 500 125 t s e13IrescriPtiun JManlw pOI 1000 Lon y itfIi I everything that is printed init firstclass print Zp shop P1elf lowest Give us 011 order Work jjI1 + C C v 9VLl7V9PWMNV4YfCVVYMS VSIYVYlY IrVV + Av7 u u QoPatiola I ITheDyspepsiaO J IH Oilpp and general debility Made by the LliiTCllllKLD PlIAIl A- i MACAL Co Inc I tJOw 010 1101110111111111111 Our free proposition Ir ou nced Gcrman lImPo1Vdcr theooutanherewlthrullslz d bottle free and we your for It toahowyouwhatDrraduedtsOerauaobligations veryfactas wo We would not iay n bottle rive It away tobePowder is sold two 25c and 1 C II luiixTT BARMETf sMrTt1hIlTIiJ ATTORNEYS AT LAW nulrrolur KY iirnrtlicthrlriinitriolun In nil Die court nhdllluUIIulSItRIIttbxlrrure CiillviliniK ninl tint Im tlcpnf Crlni Innliind llitnl Ktnle IIIH 0 Ike Iff- IlIllUICAN IIUlllllllK AttorneyatLawIIIRTIOltle n M Will 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Hmtlnril rCrnlucbv Will mclliflil prnfn Ion ID nil th QuolIuhlu and mantle and In Ui Court of- AnplwNl Ala Xciinrr Tnlillr OlflmiTrr llr Nntiniii hank EARS iEXPERIENCE Tn oc MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac AnrfmittenrtlnK kelrti Mnd dftcrlptlnn mar aslaremlInulrll1D elll t AMOB00Ennlaentt a lent trio llllnl iptnei tiir rrurrin Iwtrnti fecatreIrotdnotice Scientific American- A i fhindximrlf lilu + tralwl wrrklr Ijirunt rlr tbldhallnewAalerrMUNN llrucn uraco ca V HI Wubluui n Uc dclrlr1UaIUtolrIriOmonry ftiuintit ami tnfrrrdrfolrwlEiclutUelrWritDM KlaUi BttMt OI p CalM lUtti Patrol Ofltt WASHINGTON DC LOOK OUT FOR NATUTRES WARNING in order to prove absolutely that we can cure you of all maladies pertaining to tho Liver and Kidneys 1 suchas Dypapsia Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Sick Headaches Diarrhoea y t Dysentery of a bilious type we will give you an order on your druggist and pay him for a Dr Carlstedts German Liver dtJBOTTLE DrCrlslcdl will trey druwlst ourwlvps whatever claim surely for and Garlstedls German Liver in sizes Will Mwclnltlr CHAS lIen iiromptUr WOIIUWUSP UTICHII nml Court nltmllim 1- bulnrnrrntvl nIlllnlnll CO a COUPONForhlotter i It to The American Phermacal Colvannllleln4 coals Vr o My disease Is I bRvn ncver tricot nr Cnrlsledtli I you will aupplymeaf abottlufree1wllltakeaL Powder but ft M n N NI M I J W tr Give full addee Wrlle plumy fi For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Kyo L r Ny SKedDiseases of the organs bladder and catarrh heart dropsyAND CureAISoIIrlcollerUoHad all the Symptoms- of Brights Disease 4 toro cheap buy and We with For centsl proprietor of OHO of tho best barber shops Muncie Ind words of fur Fen nera and Backache Cure Ho writes Ftiinur have taken revrral liottlot your Kidney and llackache Cure have other kinds ofsocalker cures but the compared with others have failed and riletfd rare troubled with illfPiiHi for months aomo doctor thought had frights Discaio had symptoms but your advlco and rend doubts and will then that and Itackacho Curo genuine healing and curative Sold by Druggists 50c and 1 Get Cook Book and Treatise on tho KidneysFREE M M Fenner M D Fredonia N Y RHEUMATISMand other ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it are not satisfied your money bo cheerfully refunded Ask you Druggist P5c 5Oc ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky BUSINESS EDU O Nounsabsolutely ueceisary the man or young woman who would win success life This being conceded U first importance get your training at the schools that stood ia the very front ran- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College E for Second and Walnut Sts Loulsvlllo Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one special SHORTHAND fat in his line Write beautiful book giving TYPEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the Uuited StatesIt will be mailed to you FREE School open the year Students can enter any E JL WRIGHT President OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 5125 TIE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250 THE REPUHLICAN and CourierJournal 150 TILE REIUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIrE REIUHLICAK and Home and Farm 125 THE REiUHMCAX and Lipponcotts Cosmoplitan 325 Tin llKiunucAX and Twicoa Week Chvonsboro Inquirer 175 THE REIUIILICAN and Daily Owonsboro Inquirer 370 TIE REPUHLICAN and TwiceaWcek Oboro Messenger 175 ROUGH RIVtR TELEPHONECOMPANY IN TIP Talk being and necessary you should patronize home Polka where you can your own phones q and build your own lines nnd be In talking distance with the whole coun ty business points generally by only paying reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or IT they will be the whole expense III you say so connect all dependent Companies partlcu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky It RIPANS TabulesIDoctors findIA good For mankind The cent pntket U tnouRhlor munlocciulon Tbe family bottle contulnia supply orajrear ul drulfgllt sell them Mr I N Poole in has praisu Dr Kidney Dr I of wed many kidney tono aro Dr Ml IVnncrV m all Dr Kennera has com n I hail been kidney many ai all th took now am a well man You may nil who to me I convince Dr Kenner Kidney U a Remedy I is you will I I It to in it of to N a for a all at Urn r and a nt j I t s I E fGO a I I I Nasal CATARRH la all Its lUge thereoil should be Ely s Cream Balm ccsnseesoothesandbellsthe It cure catarrh and drives sway a cold In the Lead quickly Cream Balm It placed Into thalloctr1lelpreadtl over the membrane and li mediate and a cure follow It If not drylnc doei not produce ineezlnz large Size 60 cents at Drag cliti or by mall a Trial Blie 10 cent by mall ELY DKOTIIERS BO Warren Street New York OR FENNERS GOLDEN any paht iusldo ur out lufront 2 W 6l111nutosH EVERYBODYsil in is 1toUKUThe American COSTLY SHOES Lots of People Pay from 10 to50foraSin gle Pair Mens slices such as the wearer m display to a critical public witho utis fear or shame sell in New York at prices varying from 250 to 1000 al pairNaturally shoes at 1000 a pair are made to order They are not necessarily made to fit deform feetThe rule of some shoemakers like those of some other trades is to charge all that the traffic will bea A man with a difficult and delica foot and plenty of money went to fashionable shoemaker not long ago for the first time and asked the price of shoes The shoemakerafter a careful examination of the custo mers feet and a mental calculatio- as to his probable willingness an ability to pay a high price answer ed will make your first pair 1shoes for 400 After that I tti make you a pair at any time and i any style at 50 Shoemaker and customer compromised on a price about half thatpro posed for the first pair of shoes bu the customer made no attempt to bring down the price of subsequent pairs He knew 50 a pair to be the regular price of the shop and one that in his case at least would not be departed from There are other shoemakers who charge wealthy and fastidious customers with troublesome feet 200 for the first pair of shoes that they have made Some of the shoemak ers who get such prices from rich customers make shoes for other customers at 10 or 12 a pair In the case of the customers who pay the highest price the shoemaker makes a cast of each foot and course a last for each He makes special last even in the case of the customer who pays his lowest price Into the 50 shoes he also puts the best workmanship and materials It is not pretended that the making of the casts and lasts costs any large proportion Of the price of 50 shoes The value of the last however is a considerable part of the cost of the cheapest shoes made at such a shop Some persons believe that the greater part of the cost of a 50 pair of shoes is a mere fad and humbug and it is true that the purchasers of such shoes is usually women to whom money is a matter of no consequence Some of the most expensive shoe- such as cost from 200 to 1000 for the first pair made are ordered by hardheaded business men who are accustomed to look pretty keenly to the price of what they buy or sell A few of the fashionable shoemakers havepersuaded their rich customers that the most expensive shoes are worth all they cost and by curious accident some of the most difficult feet to fit are those of the very rich The multimillionaire who wears a plain and simple 8B without peculiarities of heel toe hollow or instep can buy readymade shoes along with his poor neighbor and bas comfortably shod as the man who pays 50 for his shoes HP Early Risers The famous little plusq Accumulated Pressure Fond Papa Katie you certainly improved wonderfully at boarding school and there is one custom there READ THIS Bowling Green Ky June 12 1901 This is to certify that I have been curedof kidney trouble by the use of Wonder Halls Great Discovery and can cheerfully recom mend it to all suffers for kidney trouble A B GU5QNct cOneGreat Discovery cures all kidrney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetest seminalemis on weak and lame baths rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidcneys and bladder in both men women Regulates bladder trouble children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists DrE W Hall solo manufacturert PO box G29office Street St Louis Mo r r I very much wish you would conI tinue here in your home 10Mis KatherineWhat isthatdad Fond ParentThe silent hour Miss KatherineBut it dont work dad I spend that hour think ing up things to talk about when it over DANIEL WEBSTERS HOME Another Landmark in Washing ton Soon to be Only a Memory Still another old landmark of the Capital is to go This time it is theta old home of Daniel Webster The march of progress in Wash ton now keeps easy pace with the march of time But itseems a pity that such oldbuildingsaround which cluster stirring memories should Washd came love well must have a tender inter ofhistoryo a new policenthe old church building at the cor ner of Sixth and D streets Just to fronttWebster home which since the death of its illustrious occupant has beenI used as a law building The District government needs the ground Congress has appropriatedithe mono ey the property has been condemn ed and within a few days the old Webster home will be a mass of ruins A Perverse Prima Donna Mnlibran and Sontag the two fa mous singers wore rivals and once cast to sing in Romeo and Juliet Sontag was a German very sites and gentle but not so quick as Mali bran who was a Spaniard The lat heapoorJulietged by hqj to say on what part of the stage she was going to fall in the last scene always replied she really did not know really could not tell Sometimes she died in ono place sometimes in another just as it happened On the night of the performance Sontag meekly appear maliciouslyinsisted a footlights in front of tho curtain Juliet fell dead by his aide and the fair corpses had to be removed by two red plush liveried footmen in good view of the audience riyIany years ago stoves were first beginning to take the place of open grates the daughter of a rich but rather close and eccentric old Philadelphia Quaker urged him to purchase a stove in order to keep up with tho times But the old man was obdurate in adhering to the grateWhy father argued his daugh ter a stove will save half of thoI fuelVery well then replied the wily old Quaker Wo had better buy two stoves and save it allIJThe Coming Sorrow The London Tatlcr tells of a lady who on tho way back from her hus bands funeral called with a fort sympathetic friends at a house of refreshment Gin was fixed upon as- a beverage suitable to the occasion Anywater with ours Em in uired one of the ladies of the widow as she hold out tho jug Wa terlshrieked tho bereaved one Wntcr Lor lumiiic Aint I got trouble enough as it is C How She Managed It They were seated in the parlor 21 and there was a hitch in the conversation Ho seemed a trifle nervous and she seemed a triflo bored Finally he said What a lovely evening for a walk Indeed it is sho rejoined nit like to take a walk Aboeall things ho assented 135 Then why dont you she que And he did Chicago News 43 All Explained 70 A caller stopped at the house of- ertain a man and asked if he was at homo Deed an hes not replied the woman who answered Can you tell me Whore ho is I When could notfuAt his funeral And who may you be J A- Im Ills remains said tho wid r and she closed the door Subscribe forT E REPUUUUAK 1- r UALLS IIbeI CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Dent Couth Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Surd by druggists STRONG Again Is what Mrs Lucy Stovallof Tilton Ga posaid after taking DyspepsIal e of other weak women are reII 1 edy may b Swell if you will take it Indigestion cause nearly all the sick Womadn organs women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia lureenables the stomach and digestive organ- 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 risin sbelchingheartbumandallstom- t ach disorders Digests What You Eat yMUUMUK M ali ateil1AAtWIU Ltk du ac OU ctrfA Hold by Z WAYNE UKirriN THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in firstclass manner Real Estate- BARGAINS 141 acres for 4500 or will sell at 830 per acre and make sur vey 2Ji miles Irom Hartlord Ji mile of pike Good new 7 meat house 2 barns 75 acres In bottombalance good hill land good Orchard fine mea dow 10 or 15 acrea in woods all under fence acres near Rockport in good condition good build lags and fine Jarm laud for 120000 acres fine bottom land for 20 per acre or 1600 3 miles from Hartford on Sanderfurs 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 stated f cultivation Will sell cheap considering the lapd 188 acres near Ceralvo SeeS me lor pricesaacres me lor prices One bouse and lot on Union street hri Hartford in fine condition 75000- A house and 2 acres ot ground adjoining Hartford Fine frnltgood house and build- Ings lor 37500 acres 4 miles north ot Hartlord in good state ol cultivation 85000 acris near Ceralvo gj3ooo acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 6sooc One good new 60 Mosler for sale at n bargain If you wont to sell land If you to buy land see me and I will rnish you with wbat you want Oml SeA Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY C AcVsrfF V SICILIANflairRenewer Cumberland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co Cncorporatei Tnercs 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 Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition AlA PATE Manr of Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in advance Olxlo County Circuit Court TF Dlrkbtad Judge Den D Illngo Attorney T II Black Jailer Ed 0 Darner Clerk Frank L Felix Mater Com mluloner Y L Jfoseley Trustee JurjFundiCft P Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Known Clarence Keown Jo H Roberts Sam Known 7ConrtconTeneelntMon day In March and August and continue three weekeand third Monday In May and November two weeks County Court J P Miller Judge MSneg and Clerk W II flames Attorney Hartford ffCourt eonrenre Seat Monday In each month MondaysCourt of Claim Conrene tint Monday In Jar nary Tuesday alter second Monday la October Other Officers J II Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Assessor Beda James DeWeeee School Superintendent Hartford Den L Darts Coroner Sulphur Springe- Xva atic CourtB F Hudson Dearer Dam February It May 18 August 31 November 30 OeoW Martin BoUetown February 17 Ma y II August 20 Norember 12 JnoM Graham Narrowe February 28 May 2 August 29 November II T A Eraus FordsTlllo January 15 May 1 August 2T November B JA Hicks Buford February T May t Aug mist 12 November 7 W A none Centertown February f May 11 August 24 November P Ma711AngataazUom Z cUce Court JnoBWUson Judge 0 E Smith City At torney H r Darnett Marshal Court con Tone second Monday In eachmonth SJ lierloM S rvic M E Church South Serrlce third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p m and second Sunday et7pm Froyer meeting erery Wednes day CTenlng neT WTJMUler Pastor + Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday erenlng Rev J H DnrotttpatorCl Services Seat Sunday la each month at 11 a m and 7 pm neT J D liar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Jaa P Miller J Glenn S T Stereos D M Ilocker J H D Car son Jon C Blley City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor S A Anderson Clerk Dr tl J Wedding W 8 Tlis erA C Taylor M L Uearrln T J Morton Conncllme- nS crt SocieUIA 0 U W meets Seat and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 878 FA A Masons first Monday night In each month HarUord Tent No 99 Knights ol the ifacca bees every Thursday night Rough RlTerLodgeNollOKnlghtso Pythla meets erery Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 40 A B hold rig nlar meetings Saturday btloreflrstSnnday In eacb month Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable prices Rich Agricultural nd Mineral Lands along the line or the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Northern Arkansasimost direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and free reclining chair ears HomeaeeKers Excursion first and third Tuesdays of each PIImphlelSfolders H C TOWNSEND RTOU1TTHEWS rusr u4 TkL TnTtlint Fusiutir Inctl- OUUTULIirrWUI CASa1W OarABn You Hatt Alvnn Bfliijli cf thct11 KsraIsu rs r i 1 4 j i t ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health The use of Royal Baking Powder is essential to the healthfulness of the family food Yeast ferments the food Alum baking powders are injurious Royal Baking Powder saves health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK CIRCUIT COURT The regular March term of the Ohio Circuit Court begins next Monday March 6th with the following criminal docket for trial FIRST DAY MARCH GTH 1905 3865 Comth vs Willie Walker 3866 vs Sip Rhoads SS80 4vs James Shultz 3060 vs W E Russell 4175 vs P E Told 4176 vs Alex Nichelson 4021 vs Forest Chinn 4201 Orbrey House 4202 vs 4228 vs Jack Smith 1235 vs James Budren 4239 vs William Reddish 4210 vs Cicero Ridens 4212 vs Marion Hatler 4251 vs Thomas Grant 4253 vs John Foster 4252 vs Mattie Adkins 4118 vs Charley Robinson 42S1 vs Guinn Daugherty 4265 vs 4256 vs 4257 vs Henry Stewart 4258 vs Robert Bratcher 42GO vs Lee Chinn 4261 vs c2vsMose Hudson 4263 vs 4264 vs Henry Nail 4265 vs 4266 vs Virgil Mills 4267 4vs Virgil Ranney 4268 vs 4269 vs A T Nail 4270 vs 4271 vs J B Dodson 4272 vs 4273 vs Walter Dick 4274 vs James Burden 4275 vs Virgil Mills 4278 vs J J Bracken 4279 vs Wm Ezell 4280 vs N A Jarnagin c 4281 vs Chas Smith 4283 vs Clint Smith 4284 vs Guinn Daugherty 4285 vs 4286 vs Henry L Stewart 4288 vs A T Nall 4289 vs 4290 vs Henry Nall 4291 vs 4292 vs Cicero Smith 4293 vs t294 vs 4295 vs 4296 vsa4297 vs 4298 vs James Burden 4299 vs Ed Ellis r 4300 vs Guinn Daugherty 4301 vs I C R R Co 4302 vs 4803 vs W Bohn t 4304 vs Cooney Hafendorfe SECOND DAY 4305 vs Virgil Ranney 4306 vs Aaron Frank 4307 vs Cooney Hofendorfei 4308 vs Cooney Hofcndorfe 4309 vs Standard Oil Co 4310 vs 4311 vs Virgil Ranney 4312 vs Bob Ragland 433 vs Albert Long I3H vs Jerry Cannon 4315 vs Alvin Parks a31r vs Lester Arbuckle c 4317 vs Jeff Curtis 4318 1 vs Peyton Smith t3W vs James Burden 4320 vs Standard Oil Co 4321 vs Lee Chinn 4322 vs 4323 va J B Dodson j 4321 vs 4325 vs Virgil Ranney 4326 vs Arch Stallsworth 4327 vs Mose Hudson 4328 vs W M Hudson Y Charge Gaming a ShootingObtaining II money under false pretense Selling liquor it- Carrying concealed weapon Discharging firearms upon the highway a Carrying concealed weapon Horse stealing a Selling liquor a Aiding prisoner to escape a Selling liquor unlawfully a Carrying concealed weapons 4Unlawfully cutting timber a Adultery a U aBreach of peace a Selling liquor to a minor u Carrying concealed weapon a Selling liquor to a minor u u- I u ii u Carrying concealed weapo- a Illegal voting- Destroying4 public property a Breach of the peace Carrying concealedweapon 4Unlawfully destroying prop erty- Carryinga concealed weapon 4Cutting in sudden heat of passion a Selling liquor to a minor a Furnishing liquor to an inebriate II u u Unlawfully selling liquor II u Selling liquor to minor ii ii II Unlawfully selling liquor ii ii a Selling liquor to an inebriate IISelling liquor to a minor Failing to have suitable depot at Fordsville Failing to have suitable de II BranchGambling If Itr MARCH 7TH 1905 inebriateIISetting a machine fo gambling rc hiia1IIIIPetit larceny Breach of the peace i n a Fornicationa 1 Carrying concealed a deadly a weaponSelling to a minora Peddling IISelling liquor to an inebriate in a II n I- Vu u SULPHUR SPRINGS Feb 28Bro Baker filled hh regular appointment at Mt Vernor SundayRomey Acton and sister Miss Cliffa attended the meeting at Nar rows Sunday Dr J A Duff and wife went to Louisville Monday and returned ThursdayParvin Metcalf returned home Thursday from Oklahoma Miss Effle Mitchell is visiting her sister Mrs Maggie White Nar rowsWayne Midkiff who is attending school at Hartford wasthe guest of his parents Saturday aud Sunday Miss Emma Morris who has been very sick is able to be out again Miss Virginia Fitzhugh went to Central City last week where she will attend school Allie Wimsatt and Miss Willie Turnham attended church at Mt Vernon Sunday Miss Annie Mitchell was the guest of Miss Artie Duff Monday night Lonnie Lee is visiting friends and relatives in Aberdeen Charlie Wedding has la grippe Miss Laura Jonston was the guest of her sister Mrs Bertha Magan Friday and Saturday Misses Minnie and Maggie Wed ding spent Sunday with Misses Cora and Vera Magan Cecil Thompson is on the sick list Mrs Willie Smith spent Monday with Mrs J B Mitchell Dee Tucker was the guest of his sister Mrs C P Duff Tuesday 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 111 I suffered from catarrh it got so bad I could not work I used Elys Cream Balm and am entirely well A C Clarke 341 Shawmut Ave 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 MAT rns March IJas S Igleheart who has been dangerously ill of pneumo nia is better- G W Ward Smallhous was the guest of L W Igleheart last Mon day S A Bratcher went to Heflin last ThursdayJ who has been very sick is improving Everette Tichenor is very sick a his uncles S W Tichenor near this placen Tichenor is on the sick list this week RENDER Feb 28Richard Sidenius o Hartford was here last Wednesday John Edwards of Luzerne is the guest of relatives at this place Herbert D Myers returned from Edgewater Col last Wednesdayaf ter an abscence of five months Monroe Baize was in Beaver Dam last Thursday P B Cates of AltonIH was here ThursdayProf of Hartford was here Friday Robert McDowell started to work here in the mines last Friday He has been at Herrin 111 David Watkins of Central City was here Saturday Miss Lettie Salsburg went to Cen tral City Saturday andreturned Sun day Gordon Campbell returned to Nashville Tenn last Saturday af ter visiting Jno S Spence and family for the past week H W Jones went to Central City last Saturday i Simon and Ed Jones went to Cen tral City Sunday John Carr and wife went to Ech yesterr day Mrs James Bratcher returned to home in Stephensburg Sunday visiting her parents Mr and E S Reid for the past two weeks Jas Bratcher of Stephensburg- was in town Sunday J M Reynolds was in Rockport Sunday v E E and R D Burton were in Rockport and Horse Branch Sunday Geo Edwards and Will Moore were Rosine last Sunday Hardin Burden was in Horton last Sunday visitI Eight Days Longer For the benefit of our friends and Patrons who have heen unable to get to town on account of the roads and bud weather we have decided to continue our Red Sale until Mitch 11th 1905 We have mar led down more Mens Suits and Overcoats to 8398 and will close out another lot ofJ Shoes at 98e besides a multitude of Bargains in every department Carson Si CoI- r coIh1 o1IEDj Hartford Kentucky here last week Will Watson and wife went to Horton yesterday E E Risinger of Island was in town yesterday Mary A Cargal is on the sick list Tom Gwynn was kicked in the mouth yesterday by the mule he was driving in the mines C M Baggerly of Louisville where as yesterday 1T P Seay of Depoy was here to dayMrs Will Boone left for for Ce ralvo today for a few days visit Will Rone of Centertown was todayt Jones returned home today from Central pity after a a weeks visit among friends BUFORD March INoble Hudson and wife weekf Ber Gravesattended the burial of Joh McCormick at Pleasant Hill Jas Friday R R Cundiff and children have had la grippe William Lyons and family are better and will soon be out again- J D Holbrook and children have la grippe W N Blair of Goshen returned home Saturday to wait on his par ents who have la grippe Messrs Whitehouse and Etsill WiI1 limns of Rough River visited Judge Ben Newton and family Tuesday Miss Cyntiha Warden is visiting herI old home near Centertown s weekMiss Mable Esterday of Beda is attending school here J S Simmons and family are all down sick of la grippe Mrs Dollie Pate and little daugh ter have la grippe William Cundiff who has been liv ing with his brother for the last 26 years has moved to his nieces Mrs Noble Hudson to make his future home Will Bennet and family visited R L Parris and wife Saturday night and Sunday- C M Field of Green Briar visited his aunt Mrs Jossie Coleman Sunday R L Parris has bought the property of B F Graves which he will improve in the hear future BEDA March 1 Farmers are very busy burning and sowing plantbeds Quarterly meeting was held at the- M E church Sunday with the Presiding Elder Rev T J Rushing Owensboro in chargeIMr Bilbro Heflin visited the family of W Q Parks Sunday Nathan Bennett and Clarence Shown left Saturday for Champaign I 111 to be absent several months Ernest Shown who has been in California for the past year has returned home Hardin Beard and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S A I BennettThe news of the death of Miss Grace Park at Andersonville was I received with profound regret byI wIknew her and the loved ones haveI their deepest sympathy in their saInl bereavement I Rev W C Moorman filled his reg ular appointment at Pleasant Ridge SundayMr Mrs Wayne Ellis who I visited friends in Daviess county last week returned Saturday C Bennett and family went to IWHill Saturday to attend the burl ial of their niece Miss Grace Park totI Mrs Mollie Fields died at her home near Hartford Tuesday and was buried at Mt Herman cemetery Wednesday I Several from Nocreek attended Quarterly meeting at the M E I church Sunday Mrs Eliza Chinn is ill of la grippe Miss Maybel Easterday left Monday for Buford where she will enter school IMiss Clara Ellis will teach the school here Luther Hoover was the guest of Dudley Daniels Saturday and Sun day I License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report j Jr E Crawford Millwood to Oma Crabtree Leitchfield C D Morris I Etnaville to Bettie Midkiff Etna vTlle Robert Renfrew Hartford to Bessie M hown Beda John W I Tanner Centertown to Nora Brown Centertown J W Bear Adaburg to Rosa Bell Wright Adaburg J H I Roach Magan to Cordelia Kirk Magan S MAIFeb 28There is a great deal of sickness in this vicinity mostly grip Those on the sick list who are not able to be up are Roscoe Howell Or I lando Cox John Withrow Mrs Lin da Calloway and Miss Margaret Ful kerson Rev G H Lawrence and Mrs C E Overton went to Falls of Rough last Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs Overtons father Mr John Lawrence Mr Lawrence had spent several days the week before his death with Mrs Overton and on his atsioratj way home last Monday was taken dangerously illanti died Friday night P B Taylor Martha Reneer Ar nold MasonMrs M MaddoxMrs Elvira Fulkerson 1 rfand Lelia Hunter who have been quite sickare able to be up again j Prof W C Overhults started for Crawley La last Tuesday- S W Bilbro Matanzas was guest of J C Drake and wife thetday Miss Altha Addington spent sever + days last week at Mil Kimbleys with her cousin Eulah May Adding ton + Ifewof millinery goods She will be the guest of Mrs Tom Martin while there Ross Morton who is attending school at Hartford spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr faIreturned Tuesday from a weeks visit to their aunt Mrs C M Iglo heart of Mulenburg county Rev G H Lawrenco failed to fill his appointment at Smallhous church Saturday and Sunday on ac count of the death of his uncle John Lawrence BEST FOR THE BOWELS It ionlbT rr 111 orwlll b KpJoar ofvlolmtD kpIDIItht 1J CANDYPlnent DoOood Nr Siekon wllkon o Nrltefortreeumploandbookletonhesith r e ChlcadoorNewYorkKEEP 1- I Nasal CATARRHIn should be cleaalinei- aElys Cream Balm cleanse soothe and heat the diseased membrane It eurei catarrh and drives away a cold In lLo Lad quickly Cream Bnlmli placed Into the nostrils spread A oar the membrane end la absorbed Relief Im t mediate and a cure follow It Ii not drylngJoea not produce sneezing Large Size 60 cent at Drug Qlslsorbymall j Trial Size 10 cents by maO ELY IIUOTUEIU Oil Warren Street New York tl Subscribe lor THE RCIUBUCAN C i