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J r a tJlartfgrb Jttpublicttu Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TIlE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year rOLl XVII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 10 1905 No 344f WASHINGTON LETTER The Inauguration Ceremonies And Grandeur Thereof Thirty Thousand Militia in Lin Inaugural Address Very Brief HKilil to Tnc IKrinunv Washington D C Mar 81S05 The inauguration of another chfe executive of the United States has become a part of history and your correspondent will bear witness that it was a National Inauguration in every sense I have seen many parades go back and forth on historic Pennsylvania avenue but this one I think excelled them all in pomp of drum majors length and orderliness of procession and in the numbers and enthusiasm of the throngs of spectators The Presidents salute of twenty on guns from the Navy yard and a like number from Fort Myer and from Fort Washington were still booming when the procession begun to pass the reviewing stand There were about thirty thousand men in line six thousands regulars twelve thousand National Guards and two thousand cadets There were over fifty Civic organization in the parade The presence of Porto Ricans and Filipinos added to the picturesqueness of the scene The President left the White House at eleven oclock and proceededu p the Avenue to the Capitol accompan ied by a troop of his own Rough- Riders those who had been with him in Cuba They were a fine looking group of men When the President reached the Capitol he proceeded at oncetothe marbelqppartment t known as the Presidents room Here the floral decorations were elaborate The mantle and windows were banked with roses and orchids and the bronze bust of McKinley was surrounded by flowers and a draped flag Accompanied by the members of the cabinet he went to the sen ate where at twelve oclock Vice President Fairbanks took the oath of office and made a short address The floor of the Senate was crowd ed with Senators Representatives members of the diplomatic Corps and Presidental party The galleries in which every seat had been reserved for the families of the President VicePresident the Speaker of the House and of Senators and mem bers were packed even the steps which were utilized as seats by the observers i After his address and a prayer by the Chaplain VicePresident Fair banks administered the oath of of fice to the Senators elect At the conclusion of these ceremo nies the President took his stand on the Inaugural platform facing the great crowd that had assembled on the plaza which extends from the Capitol to the golddomed Library of Congress On his right sat the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court who administered the oath of office and the President then delivered his In augural address It was very short taking not more than ten minutes for its delivery and owing to the im mensity of the crowd could be heard only by those who sat in his immedi ate vicinity Immediately after his address the President returned to the Presi dents room in the Senate and after congratulations and a few words with his friends he reentered hlsl carriage and was driven rapidly to the White House The waving of flags and cheering met him on all sides as he proceeded at a swift trot up the Avenue and he was kept bowing from the right to left acknowledging the enthusiastic salutes the entire way After a luncheon to which a number ofI guests were invited but which was really a hurried meal he took his place in the enclosed stand which was in the centre of the Court of History and from this point re viewed the procession which filed c past him for three hours Stand- lined both sides of the Avenue an obscured Lafayette Park apd eve the White House but in order to make the scene as picturesque as possible the stands had been painted and draped with lings and statues fivereon tals about the Court The Avenue as far as the eye could see was centreIscouts the national guard civifus the gorgeous drum majors per formed their tricks which stirred the small boy along the route On either side of the parade the spectators were blocked and packed elbow ing and working into more advantage ous positions or changing from side to side to rest the weary feet which held them for six or eight hours The stands arranged with seats o the soft side of planks and roof over were filled for the most pare and every window along the Avenue some of which rented for a hundred dollars each was filled with specta tors At 12 oclock p m the music ofthe great Marine band which played in the pension building for the ball ceased and the immense throng slow ly dispersed The President had parted some time before havin made with Mrs Roosevelt the Vice President and Mrs Fairbanks a cir cuit of the huge enclosure and afte resting for a time in the galleyfrom which he could look down upon the crowd and listen to the music Ev ery person except the Presidential party and the police officers admit ted to the pension office paid five dol lays and for those who could not eel InnuguralIloads of fire works which were df charged from a point of vantage On Monday a concert at popular prices in the Pension building was held enabling those who could not attend the ball to see the floral decor ationa of the building and to hear portions of the music furnished the dancers BURGLARY NEAR SHREVE Evan C Miles Lays In Wait for Suspected Burglar Who Ar rives in Due Time On last Saturday night Herbert Robinson a young man twenty years old was caught in the act of burglarizing the store of Evan C Miles at the crossroads between Fords ville and Shreve and nearer the lat placeMiles been missing articles of small value for some time and on this night he concealed himself in the store room and awaited results A short time after dark young Rob inson attempted to enter the build ing at the front door by means of a special key which he had been using Miles attempted to sieze Robinson but the latter escaped and fled at a rate of speed that would have non plussed a jackrabbit Robinson confessed his guilt the next day intimating that others were connected with him The grand jury has not indicted him but is investigating the matter a He has not yet been taken into custody T Smallpox in Grayson County Dr G W Arms health officer of Grayson county reports six cases of smallpox in Caneyville in the family of Arch D Romans who keeps a hotel in that town Those affected with the disease are Mr Romans his father wife and three children The disease was contracted by the family through a negro woman who came from Central City about three weeks ago and was cooking in the family of the Romans The hotel is under strict quarantine and every precaution is used to keep the disease from spreading Subscribe for THE REIUDLIUAN = uc CARSnFormer Marshal and Bartend er at Horse Branch Fell From the Top of a Freight Train and Was Horribly Mangledre While riding on a box car of a eveningca on main line of the I C railroadabout sixteen miles from Horse Branch Arch James a resident of Horse Branchslipped from the top of the car and received injuries which later proved fatal James was an ac quaintance of several of the work men on the freight train and was enjoying a trip on the cars with careenedfone himtcar He struck on his head and before ho could recover his ballance had fallen under the wheels of the train One of his arms was severed from his body and both of his legs were cut off one just above the knee and the other just below The injuried man was taken to givengshort time however beingrwas bartender at a saloon at Horse Branch He was married but his wife died about six months ago No children survive him MURDERER CAPTURED Bob Porter Who Killed Anotnet rl4Negro in Custody Due to Sherltf Keowns Vigilance Sheriff Cal P Keown will leave in a few days for Danville 111 to bring back Bob Porter who killed another colored man at Echols the 23rd of last July The Sheriff has been vig- Ilant in his efforts to locate Porter and it was at his instigation that he was arrested and detained at Dan villeIt will be recoiled that Porter killed his man without apparent provocation yet he has never been indict ed nor has there ever been a war rant issued for his arrest but the Sheriff exercising his prerogative- as a peace officer has procured his arrest and his eventual return to the scene of the crimewhere he will be tried for the same 4 CENTERTOWN March BRev E D Boggess filled his appointment here Sunday C K Reneer Render visited hisI family here Saturday and Sunday Miss Algia Tichenor Rockport is here visiting the family of W AI RoneMiss Bessie Mabry Matanzas is a student in our school Miss Ura Maddox spent last week with her grandfather J D Bell near Matanzas Rev L P Drake filled his appointment in McLean county last Sun dayL C Brown is able torte out after protracted spell of fever G W McCarty is confined to hisI room with grip Mrs Charlotte Tichenor Matan zas visited the family of Prof H H Davis here this week Dr W M Warden and L E Re neer went to Livermore this week on businessIB E Ross Rockport is here visit ing His many friends and relatives Mr Hammettftas moved to Rock portMr J D Bell Matanzas attended church service here Sunday- A B Rowe McHenry visited his family hers Saturday and Sunday- J B Maddox went to Kirtley last week on business Eden Bishop and family Beaver Dam were the guests of Robinson Ashby here Saturday and Sunday vh FEMALE WEAKNESS IS USUALLY I Lo WOMEN WHO SUFFER Listen to What Dr Hartman Pro poses to Do for You Without Charge Doubtless hundreds of thousands of women all over tho United States have seen Dr Ilartmana offer In tho papers how he has undertaken to treat every woman suffering with any form of fomale disease who will write to him bcaoteliarge To those who have not heard of this It may be said that Dr Hartman Is a phy sician and surgeon of great rdnown in medical circles especially the treatment of those diseases which women alono have to boar Ho has arranged to gnawer all letters that are sent to him from women troubled with any form of female weak ness free of charge giving tho benefit of knowledge which has coat him forty years to accumulate The medicine he proscribes are with in the reach of any woman and she can get them at any drug store All she is required to do is to send her name and address together with her symptoms duration of sickness and age Address Dr S D Hartman President GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the Country Brief j Items An ordinance requiring Louisville saloons to close at midnight and not open until 5 oclock in the morning been introduced in the General Council and referred to the Revision Committee It was preparedly the Citizens League to C The monthly report of the Com missioner of Agriculture of Ken tucky shows a wheat acreage of 90 per cent of a full crop and the con dition 85 per cent The acreage of winter oats is given as 91 per cent of a full crop and the condition as 80 per cent Fiftyfive per cent of the Burley tobacco crop has been sold 37 per cent of the dark to I The date of President Roosevelts departure from Washington for San Antonio Tex has been postponed I because of uncertainty as to when the extra sesion of the senate will In accordance with the Presi dents request April 7 has fixed as the date of the Rough Riders reunion in Taxes instead of March 31 i BEDA March BThe farmers are busy shipping tobacco Mr Mason of Livermore has moved to Rev W E Cooks proper tyJohn Holbrook Buford passed through our town Wednesday en route to Hartford W C Bennett and daughter Miss a Miss Muriel of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus OhioMrs Senator Itoach of Larlmor N Dak Mrs Senator Warren of Chey enne Wyo Bclva Lockwood and Mrs General Lon street of Washington D C are among the prominent ladles who Indorse Peruna Miss Helen Rolof Kankanna Wla write t Several times during the past two years or more my system hoe been building up the system restoring my appetite and securing restful sleep Helen Italof Miss Muriel ArmItage 36 Greenwood Ave Detroit Mich District Organ izer of the Royal Templar of Temper ance writes as follows suffered for five years with uterine Etta attended services at the M E church Nocreek Sunday Miss Clara Bennett spent Monday with her sister Mrs W C Ashley Mrs Bettie Her who has been ill with la grippe is much improved Mrs Azro Rowan Heflin spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Nan cy FosterOtis Heflin visited friends here Sunday Walter Parks returned from Lou isville last Friday after spending two weeks with relatives Chas Turner and wife Plummer Bennett and wife and Mrs W B Tichenor Hartford visited the fam ily of E C Biard Sunday Caleb Tichenor went to Hartford Chinn Beaver Dam is moving his saw mill from near Rough river to the Shinkle Chapel neighborhood tives here returned home Mon day MATANZAS March BThe farmers are very busy preparing for a crop All are done making tobacco beds Jas Igleheart who has been dangerously ill of pneumonia is some betterJas A Tichenor is on the sick list Mrs Jas H Fulkerson andWayne Fulkerson Smallhous visited the family of J P Tichenor last Satur day and Sunday M W Bell and W F Condit are attending court at Hartford this weekProf EverettoSmith of Rockport was here last Sunday ICATARRH Peruna Cures Catarrh Wherever ated1 Armitage thosetimes SaturdayAlbert CallownySmaU1hous Irregularities which brought on hys terla and made mo a physical wreck I tried doctors from tho different school of medicine but without any perceptible change in mycondltlon In my despair I called on an old nurse who advised mo to try Perana and promised good results if I would persist and take it regularly I kept this up for six months Mid steadily gained strength and health and when I had used fifteen bottles I considered myself entirely cured 1 am agratofnlhappy woman today nMip Muriel Armltagc StClevelandI wish to add my indorsement to thousands of other women who have been cured through tho use of Peruna 1 suffered for five years with severe backache and when weary or worried in the least 1 had prolonged headache I am noW in perfect health enjoy life and have nelthereu ache or pain thank to Peruna Lucy M Buoy If you do notdrive prompt and call factory result from the use of Pernna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a fall statement of your cue and he will be pleased to give yotrbi rateable ads vice gratis Address Dr Hartmaa President ot The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O ROOSEVELTS CABINET Cortelyou Postmaster General Cockrell Commissioner of Interstate Commerce Washington March GThe Presi dent today sent to the Senate the following nominations Members of the Cabinet John Hay District of Columbia Secretary of State Leslie M Shaw Iowa Sec retary of Treasury Wm H Taft Ohio Secretary of War Wm H Moody Massachusetts Attorney General George B Cortelyou New YorkPostmaster General Paul Mor ton Illinois Secretary of the Navy Ethen A Hitchcock Missouri Sec retary of the Interior James Wilson Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Victor H Metcalf California Secretary of Commerce and Labor Ambassadors extraordinary and plenipotentiary Whitelaw ReidNew- York to Great Britain Robert S McCormick Illinois to France Geo V L Meyer Massachusetts to Rus sia Edwin H Conger Iowa to Mex ico Henry White Rhode Island to Italy i Interstate Commerce Commission erFrancis 11 Cockrell Missouri- Solicitor of the Department of Commerce and LaborEdward Wal ter Sims Illinois The Senate todayin executive ses sion confirmed the nominations ofall members of the Cabinet of former Senator Cockrell of Missouri to be Interstate Commerce Commissioner ofjfor the Eastern district of Wisconsin B I vw 1 g- Mri I I JERUSALEM TODAY it1ld Sites of the Holy City I Rapidly DisappearingI Great ent Localities is Erection of New Houses Harry Gordon who has returned HoIiyat the last production of Oberam mergau some time ago gives th press the following The view of Jerusalem is th history of the world so wrote Dis raeli early in the 19th century and he added It is more common it Is the history of the earth and o heaven And today in Jerusalem an epitome of all the nations is presented and a strange world is to be studied within the walls of Jerusalem 4The walls are still a gloriousfnc and most impressively do their ruddy tawny bastious and embattled sum mits tower up against the deep blue of the sky as we descend the Valle of Hinnom thence to ascend the Jaffa Gate where is the only break in the mighty wallthat ugly rent torn betwixt the Tower of David and the Jaffa Gate to allow the cavalcade of Kaiser William to enter But i spite of this rent the scene of the Jaffa Gate is full of life and color Bread and cake and fruit sellers i colored robes are clustered around its pillars and under its vaults Jews in round flat hats bound with fur said in purple robes of velvet and silk are hustled by ragged Bedouins in gray and brown patched robes Turkished officials in the regulatio- fez halt before a rugged pile of pomegranates at the arch A Jew in yellow robe with black velvet hat passes in as some Persains in red sheepskin hustles past a lern on seller who is crouched by a pil of yellow fruit smoking his hubble bubble regardless of trade Negro porters in gray rags elbow women veiled and uvailed and makes wa for an ass led by a shephered in brown robes with a halfveiled wom an seated on its back A continuous throng comes and goes everywhere ever chatting and Shoutingno two figures alike or in color Women in rich garments and girls with openbreasted robes balancing water basins on their heads And inside the Gate rises up the jnasive or the solid Tower of David Turkishsoldiers are patrolling near for just beyond is the citadel But let us turn up the narrow way to th left Lying at the corner of a great house is the naked body of a poo wretcha brown piece of sacking thrown over his loins he waits alms but makes no sign A Roman priest passes by then a Greek priest and a woman all veiled clothed in white from head to foot save her black veil then a man in a brown robe on a lit tle muleSuch is the ever varying quick eager shifting crowd so full of ctrl or so ever changing as we penetrate doubling on out steps down through the busy Davids street on into Mo hammedan street where dark shad ows are thrown by the arches and the brilliant colors are softened by the shade The stranger can soon learn to thread his way amid the narrow tortuous streets that inter c sect Jerusalem The city is so small Jthat lose ones self as one easily r tmay repeatedly the outer walls t i I enterI9 I temple area lies to the east and soon Jblocks the route along the eastern walls and soaswe bear to the north u continuous narrow thoroughfare is stuck below which far down be neath the accumulation of ages runs the pavements of the way of pain trodden by the feet of Christ There u a spot where today the actual pavement may be seen but to get to it once must enter into a house and descend may steps and than some twenty feet below the present street are seen the broad pavemont1Ono the house Iwlonjfs points out the squares of a game scratched on one flat stone and this being near a low arch suggests that r srr xl deal of waiting had to be enduivl here and KO the weary waiters had scratched out this plan of a rinv trI I hii MV tlHi bird f1nI AyersWe know what all good doc tors think of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Ask yourown doc tor and find out He will tell Cherry i Pectoralyou how it quiets the tickllnJtI throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls thee hardest of coughs Ayers Cherry rectoral Is well In our Iinilljr It U the best la tko woim for coughs and rolili eiKATIE ruTinuux luedleilleI All drn- rsl + U forI Hard Coughs tOno of Ayers Pills at bodttmo will hasten recovery Gently laxative niche as for a figure or a seat at the arch and portcullis like grove slit in the natural rock This is supposed thte supposition the site of Pilate the Govenors house and so the lof arch in the street above is called the ArchyThe principal obstacle in Jerusale to the study of holy and historic site is the passion for building over these sires and today that evil is increas ing Every section of the Cristian Armeniann Rome with all its various sections Coptic and the various Protestant somne historic or legendary site and this secured up goes a building distroy ing the natural configuration of the site absolutely obliterating the asso ciation that the scene would call up if left untouched Well may a mod HenI ena What right had even the Ancients to build a church here Today the Russians are most ag gressive In 530 A D Theodocius counted twentysix churches on weree not such mighty buildings as the Rus sians are erecting there today with all the glare of colored and gilded thye Mount rises a great high tower t dominates the whole country round While bathing in the Red Sea I look ed up and there in the sky as it wereI was this peaked Russian tower These new buildings on the Mount of Olive are all additional to the great square of Russian buildings outsid- the wall on the Jaffa road The last place to have been wall ed around is that little hill just outside the Damascus Gate still called i Golgotha by the jews It is no littlee hill and look back to the east on the tro Mount Sion on the Southwest This site where Gorden claimed that Christ suffered was almost until today free from all building as in his iage and from superstitious right and false legend The Gorden Tomb be neath it is still unspoiled although the custodian has a little house in the garden One pays a small fee to look into this rock cut tomb and be it the tomb of Christ or not it is indeed 11 The Cause of ManyI Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In thl country most dangerous because so deerP Many suddci pneumonia hear failure or are the of kidney disease kidney trouble Is allowed to advance blood attack the IhekldncY3avay cal by cell Bladder troubles most always result fro a derangement of the kidneys and a li obtained quickest by a proper treatment ol the If you are feeling badly yov Kilmer5wantp to hold urine and scald Ing pain In passing It overcomes thai unplasant necessity of being compelled to manyIImecextraordinary effect of SwampRoot soen wondorful sotbyr I mayhavethis wonderful now discovery and a book that live bJItapoplex often resu th- kidneypolsone will cure kidneys remedyIt and I I tells all about It bothItomta nNnt sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Blnghamton N Y Vhsn writing mention paperDont r i Iho name SwamrRoot Dr Kilmers BtngharrtonN I I tomb of that period beneath the hill that answers so minutely to the des cription of the hill of Calvary The production of this great Bi blical history will be looked upon as one of the dramatic events of the season and we bespeak for the Ho ly City one of the banner houses seen here in years REMARKABLE EATER LIEnglishman Has Most Marvelous Record of Any Man iAlive i ChlniiviiTrlliunr Colonel Newnham Davis of Lon don has the most marvelous gas tronomic record of any man in th worldColonel Davis has eaten in every land under the sun There is not aIIcountry in the world he has not vi ited From the wilds of India to the exclusive cafes in London from h sI pitable Japan to the battle ground of the Transvaal he has paid partic ular attention to the culinary ability each country His records extends from a 3100 per plate dinner in London to a 10I StatesmsHe has devoured quadrupeds from aII horse to a fat puppy practically the fowel of the air and the fish the sea have been on his bill of ofIi at one time or another He even eaten that hated living thin which Is classed under neither o these headsthe snake And none has arisen to dispute his title of thej worlds most remarkable dmerIColonel Davis talks as an exper now on the subject of gastronomy If there is any peculiar delicacy un der the sun he hasnt tasted he doesnt know about it The Colonel says his most remarkable meal was eaten in Japan the land of flowers and the home of fish eaters It was a fish that played the most conspicu ous part in this strange meal It was in Tokyo I believe said Colonel Davis I was dining with a Japanese family and almost the first dish brought on was a queer covered affair The servant remov ed the cot ner and lo and behold a live fish wriggled and flapped inside The fish was brought in in this condition to prove it was alive It was killed before my eyes and I was expected to eat part of it the way it wasuncooked I did so butenot unpleasant The fish it appears is of the species commonly eaten in a the Mikadoos kingdom without be ing cooked owing to its palatable taste in its raw state The Japanese are wonderful cooks It is too bad we cannot take lessons from them in the preparation of food so that it will tickle the palate The Japanese have one other dish of a peculiar nature It is a sort of a consomme It is an absolutely clear soup which appears to be merely water but one taste convinces a person it has been skillfully made of some kind of meat Next to Japan China offers the greatest array of marvelous dishesI Eggs 40 and 50 years old which have j been buried for those periods in a dejlicaciesthe egg is interred the finer it issup posed to be The Chinese egg that is sent to the table is almost black and its flavor reminds one of an overripe egg that has been hard boiled and then served disagreeableIex- t perience of course Among these were sea slugs a sort of oyster and fattened puppy The most disagree able however was a bit of cold prunemThere was no escape for me from eating this though I tried to avoid it My neighbor at the table pickedI dup the liver and the prune chop steaks and held them before j my lips I could do nothing but open my mouth and allow thecombi nation to be inserted because it is considered a single honor in the eel j estial kingdom to have a fellow guest offer you a dainty morsel in the aforcside manner i The fatted puppy tastedsome thing like a baked suckling pig The puppy is fed on rice mid milk for several months before it is killed to be eaten and the flesh is tender and quite palatablejIn lived on trek cattle hedgehogs and j other things I have no reason to complain of these however for I was hungry at the time and al though they tasted peculiar I ate them with a relishII have often eaten fried serpent in Africa This did not appeal to me however It tasted someHliu like an eel of an inferio oily sort Rounmania is the only country where I have tried bear The meat of an animal from which I had n fleshst of an ox of questionable age I believe the best bear meat is that from a small species which inhabits Cash mere and which feeds mostly on wild fruitTurkish restaurants were mor acceptable than a person would be prie vate that country learned the ways of the people One of their most noted dishes is the joint of a lamb boiled toI shreds and the small pieces eaten with thefingers iHorse flesh I have eaten in South return to that country again It was at Ladysmith this was served because there was nothing else The flesh of the horse is un satisfactory as it is sweet and tough IOUI men at Lad sm ith became d To Consumptives- The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with a severe lung affection anti that dreaded disease Consumption is anx fellerfthose 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 al throat and lung Maladies He allsufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32ry Masonic Apron Washington WoreIWhat is considered one of the most interesting possessions of MasonljI in the world is the property lodge of Leroy Ilk It is the apron wore by Gen George Washington first President of the United States when engaged in the ceremonies of j the order The apron is silk and the enbroidery of innumeraI ble emblems of the order illustrates needlework talent of a highorder It was given to the organization by member C A Whitehead Almost as interesting is a letter G U B rllllunfc ttractlvo a n written April I 1SGT by John Wai cott who received the opine firm his Oliver Walcott one of the signets of the Piduration of Independence This letter states that the apron was brought to the United State by preb SCuShingtanI war den of the of which Washington was a member and af the death of tv letter the apron was given lj Mr Wileott It has since been handed down from gener ation until it finally reached the lodge room in Leroy According to the Walcott letter oldeHow s This IWe offer One Hundred Dollars HeI ward for any ease of Cattarrh that j cannot be cured by Halls Cattarrh i Cure P J Cheney Co Toledo 0 We the have have known P J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly hon orable in all business and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his Wa i i I Kim fin inIll- sale druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh is taken internally acting directly upon the blow j and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 71 cents per bottle Sold by all Drug gists Take Halls Family Pills for ton stipation m PARASOL HANDLE And Has Grown Into a Respectably Sized TreesThe handle of an old para 41Iwhich has taken root in the ground ant I grown into a tree in the 1I1of Joseph A Wisner in this city is attracting attention from naturalists and men of science says a dispatch i to the Cincinnati Enquirer from a Pennsylvania town Incredible as it may seem there is a score of reputa ble residents who testify to the of the statement that i the tree really sprang from the par asol handle But for fear of vandal the curiosity would he to pne of the public squares In 1865 a parasol was presented t Miss Susan Suey Miss Suey after I j TALKING MACHINES MADE Machines 750 to 100 Disc Machines 12 to 651 odCraahophono reproduces all kinds of muslo perfectly band orchestra violin fJvooal and Instrumental solos quartettes otOm It Is an ondloss source of amusementM Q lear Original Loud nrlvulecl Musical IA nsplrlns 111111111IIIN111N1x1N1N111e11rI1N1N grandfather undersigned transactions firmI Cure Sprouted truthfulness transplanted INnIN IN INIXNII1111NInI xrll INNXINeNINIIIIIInxI 111Ne11NININ IN COLUMBIA Gold Moulded Cylinder RecordsNINIxIII1NIN1N1111Ne11IIINININIUINININIXelINelNe11111111NI 11111NIeI sunshade and stored it in an attic a- More than 15 years ago she resur rected the handle and used it ax u 1flybush handle at Emigrt Grove amp After n fire which wiped out the clump the handle became part of the salvage In the following spring Mrs Koh Ill utilized the handle to support a rose in her door yard Several months afterward it was discovered that it had taken root and sprouted 1IIt became an object of curiosity forythe entire countryside and 1 came miles to see it Ono night some one attempted to earlY it off and succeeded in tearing away a number of branches About this time Mrs Kohler moved away from f- York and she intrusted the parasol tree as it hind begun to be called to the care of Mr and Mrs Wisner who have carefully transplanted it to their own yard and have nourish ed it ever since While this part of the story is not as reliably vouched for as is that of + the sprouting parasol handle itself it is inverted that on the night of Mr holders death the metal spring t which had remained in the handle throughout all those years fell off The handle continued to thrive and is now quite a respectabloyoung tree Each summer it bears beauti ful little starshaped flowers some thing like forget nte nots and her r tog TIlt latter never ripen but ioshrivel before maturity FIRST BOTTLE FREE r In order to prove absolutely list Dr CarUtrrtti German Liver Powder will curt you of all mulattos JKI turning to tho Liver and Kidneys Miuli OA Conciliation Dyspepsia hull custlon HilloiHiifM 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were startled by a I man emerging from the bushes lie was clad only in light underwear Tossing articles of jewelry to them he leajkd into the boiling waters close by He was Herman Vtittke of HufTalo and his act was due to despondencyThere been suicides at night as well as by day C V Sweet of Jersey City on August HI 1885 strolled out from his hotel to enjoy Niagara by moonlight At Prospect Point he found a mans coatand pa pers in the pocket indicated it be longed to Chauiicey Hough of Hata via A week later Mr Houghs body was taken from the whirlpool Edwin Miles and K II Trebor minstrels strolled to Prospect Point on November 15 1SSS to view the fallsI wonder said Mr Trelwr how far a boat could come down those rapids and not go over thee f fall Say called u stranger standing by as they pwod I know how far a boat could go but I will show you how fur I can go With that the man buttoned up his coat pulled his hat down on his head threw away a cigar and leap ing upon the parapet wall dived t i headlong into the ctirrenta few feet back from the brink of the Amen can Fall over which he was quickly swept lie was Charles Champion of Buffalo 21 years old who had had no trouble so flU as his friends knew Niagara was startled September t 10 1891 by a double suicide but the incidents had no relation to each p other Walter Haywoodof Bufla r lo leaped into the river from Luna Island while Mrs Hessie Luders oft New York entered the river flom Prospect Park Hay wood was financially unfortunate He left this verse hero poor unfortunate lIa wood lios- NobodyI laughs nobody cries Whore hes gone anti how he faro e Nobody knows and nobody cares In her trip to olernityMri Hessic Ludors had a helping handout stretched to her at the brink of the falls the incident being one of the most tragic over known at Ni agara It I Heim of Philadelphia saw the woman come down the river Without thought of the danger he climbed over the wall and waded out fromIThree times he grabbed her cloth ing but as ninny times did she pull away She was swept over the brink It was with difliculty that Heim regained the shore Clerks in the postotHce and express rofficesoccasionally have strange experiences with persons bent on sui cide In 1891 a man called at the American Express office and sent his watch and money to Louisville The agent suspected the man and the po lice arrested him He admitted he was bent on going over the falls The body of a woman found float ing in the lower river May 10 1892 was identified as Miss Emma C Aup dperle of Philadelphia Her friends g said that once while chatting she saidIf I ever commit suicide I will go i to Niagara I selected the spot two tN years ago when I was there HIt is all for that woman wrote Noble Kenny of Buffalo before he itwentto death from Prospect Point It is home trouble called fif IIteenyearold Ethel Lynman to Po liceman as she was wading out in the river at Luna Island The officer aught her Jennie Newell threw herself into the river May 28 1S93 but was res cuedDont pull me out boys let me er aFl Zw4 The best disinfectant of nil fs sunlight It its very brightness all sorts of means nmf at the same time helps the IoubtIessthe night and in dark damp cellars Bright sunlight lulcll destroys germs mould or other organisms That is why it is heat to let the sunlight Into your houses for Its purifying Influence At the lA Hotel and Surgical Insti N V Dr Iierce chief con suiting surgeon started experiments tamt Hirer years ago with the 1lnscn light In conjunction with the Xray in the treat ment of diseases He got excellent results therefrom and was among the first to adapt this remarkable tare to many cases which necessityheNot only Is Dr It V Place notable for his Mirxieal achievements at his hospital In Buffalo but nearly a third of a century ago he discovered certain roots and herbs which were natures remedies andsus rctdid in putting them up in n form that I would be easily procured and ready to use This he called Dr Pierce Gulden Medica- lDheneery It maintains the patients nu by enabling him total retain and nMlinilntr nutritious food It overcomes gastric irritability and symptoms of Indigestion and in this way eer night sweats headaches etc are done away with It fortifies the laxly ugaintt the germs of consumption grip and nialari it build tip the tIMics and put on healthy flesh Those desiring to know something about the body in health and disease alas medi clue and surgery without technicalities should read tile Common Sense Medical Adviser which can be had for 31 cents in one crnt stamps for the clothltouml book Address Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N Y h go she cried Few Niagara suicides created such a sensation ass that of Peter Schemm It Philadelphia brewer September 13 1S9S He had driven about the reservation and on the return from Goat Island deliberately leaped from the bridge into the rapids- A reward of 1000 was offered for the recovery of his body The lower river was watched as never before It wets surprising the number of bodies found but none was identi lied as that of Schlemm Hippolyte Schncidera Frenchman added novelty to the manner of dying at Niagara He walked out on a reef above the Goat Island bridge March 30 1900 and fired his revol ver in the air Twice the report rang out as if to attract attention and then he was seen to place the pistol in his mouth There was a report and the man tumbled into the water and was swept away over the falls He was infatuated with Lil lian Russell and for her had died Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat Catarrh a Disease of The System Poruna Cures Catarrh Whorovor Located Catarrh is a systemic disease cu rable only by asystematic treatment A remedy that cures catarrh must aim directly at the depressed nerve centers This is what Peruna does Poruna immediately invigorates the nerve centers which give vitality to the mucous membranes Then catarrh disappvars Then catarrh is permanently cured If you do not receive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Perunu write at once to Dr Hart man giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Colum bus Ohio DeWfitis B Salvo For Piles Burns Sores To Prevent Mistakes Stranger at village hotel Years ago I knew everybody in this town I wonder what has become of a young fellow that used to loaf around the livery stable and playe- dcheckersmy how he could play checkershis name I think was Berryham Landlord Thats my name Im the chap StrangerYou dont say Then you must have known a prim young school teacher a l1isILandlord Mister before you say anything more I may as well tell you I married a prim young school teacherStrangerOh I beg your par donlLandlordWhat forsir StrangerWhyersay do you know what ever became of a young squirt named Chiggers that clerked in Pummys grocery store Landlord I havent thought of him for seventeen years 1 dont know where he is now Good deal of a numskull wasnt he IStrangerI1e was and he hasnt any more sense now than he had then Im Chiggers Shall we call it a standoff A Destructive Flro To draw the fire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving a scar use 8pe11ciUcL Tuckereditor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala writes I have us DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve in my family for Piles cuts and burns It is the best salvo on tho market Every family should keep it on i hand Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m To the West and Southwest C III ifornia Etc Best reached via Missouri c Ry or Iron Mountain Route from j St Louis Cairo orMemphis Greatly reduced oneway Colonist rates on Feb 21 arch 21 1905 to Arkan sas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other western States Great oppor tunity for the investor or homeseek er Homeseeker round trip ticket on sale every first and third Tues days 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 stop over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missouri pacific Ry or Iron Mountain Route also personally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesday Thursdays and Saturday to California withoutchange Descrip tive literature map folders etc furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky tf Observations By Puck The story of the dog that bit the chorus girl would have read much better if the chorus girl had bitten the dog Where was the press agent any how If he were so disposed President Castro could write something on the subject of Frenzied Finance that would fairly sizzle The spots on the sun may possibly be advertisements the face of the earth being already utilized The Beef Trust is probably of the opinion that somebody somewhere ran amuck Now that the man higher up is again in danger of detection John Doe will do the wise thing if he puts IEvery II Two Minutes II Physicians tell us that all the blood in a healthy human body passes through the heart once in1 every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole body suffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason why COTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomacha double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you expectitWe will tend you a sample free Be sure that this picture In the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 PeailSL try cocentianJ fi oo All druggists i all his money in Jane Does name Gen Nogi has written a poem so Eastern dispatches say We havent seen a copy but very likely it be gins All quiet along the dark Yalu to nightIA neat bit of description says that good nature promotes every line of the face of Yales new football captain and particularly let us add when the opposing Interference is coming around his endItADlnnor Invitation I After a hearty meal a dose of KoI dol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is ai thorough digestant ends guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles I N Watkins Lesbus Ky says I can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble I was afflicted with stomach trouble for fifteen years and have taken six bot i 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 I BENHUR The Greatest Spectacle of the Century to Be Staged in i LouisvilleII Towering triumphantly as the most massive and picturesque as the most impressive dramatic spec tacle in the history of the world Ben Hur will seek new honors at Macauleys Theatre Louisville Ky the week of March 20th Never before in the history of Louisville amusements has an announcement of a theatrical production created such a sensation for it means some thing new to the public to see a dra matic spectacle on the collossal scale of the present production The IIengagement at the big Chicago Auditorium They were imported from the Drury Lane Theatre this seasons tour of the LondonforI Ben Hur is a All who have seen it agree that nothing more beautiful inspiring spiritual and edifying than The Healing of the Lepers in the last act has ever been offered on the stage of the American theatre At this point this great play is most j truly and in a very high sense religious Here the stage seems to have concentrated itself and all its resources to the service of Christian its and there is nothing that is not reverent beautiful and altogether fitting in its service This scene and the avidly advertised chariot race in the at preceding it are the great special features of the play which give it much of its wonderful value and extraordinary power If the American drama had done absolutely nothing worthy in its long career but this had its fame to rest solely upon this one noble product of Messrs Klaw Erlanger it has jus tified iu existence for in this at least it has shown that the stage may be given over t6 uses wholly worthy highly com readable and whichcannot fail to exert the great est possible blessing on mankind that of bringing home with immense force and dignity the eternal truth and verity of the birth into the world of Jesus the Savior of mankindITo every man nb matter what his conditions Ben Hur has its apl peal It appeals to the deepgrained firmrooted religious feeling in the human heart and brings back with great directness the simple lessons and divine truths that every man born in a Christian land learned at his mothrslkneesiLike Finding Money Finding healthis like finding mon eyso think those who are sick When you have ncough 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 of any cough or lung medicine in the world At Z Wayne Griffin Broa i drug store 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free m I aS11 a Early RisersiTho famous littlo plllsi t r SM AVcgclablc PreparalionlbrAs I similating UicFoodnndncguIa 1 ting the Stomachs of Promotes Digc3lionChocr ness and RcstContains neither n OpiumMorphine norJfiucral TOTNAIICOTIC t forConstipmRon Worms ConvulsiOns Feverish ness And Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature oT k NEW YORK L EXACT COPY OF VRAPPER 1ArotI CASTORIAFor I rapThe Kind You Have Aiwa hi- I L Signatureof Iii- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA i = I f Harris Positive Pile Cure I The Biggest Seller of 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UElllKSBXTVTIVK CHARLES C BEARD roll COUXTV JUIIOK W B TAYLOR loft COUNTY coniT CIKIIK 1 W S TINSLEY I volt COfXTY ATTOllSTY- Ur M WOODWARD r ron KIIKIIUT R B MARTIN- i roll JAIIKIl OSCAR MIDI IFF Ton suii iNTixiiEXT or SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEE5E ron ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH roll srnvBvoii NATHANIEL MOXLEY rou COIIONCR JEROME ALLEN IOlt MACJISTHATK We are authorize to nnnonnro JOHN 31 H liriTZ UK n rnncllilnte or the otlit ol 3lntf4 trnte of the Cromwell district out feet to tbe n ftlunol the Ilrpabllrnu putty We are nulbnrlz1 to nnnounre MACK COOl us n fllndlllIte for tlieiillkf nl MnnUirate ol the 4rorawpll Olntrkt tulijwt to the action ol lie iablliiiii party THERE is no reason why we should fear the future but there is every reason why we should face it serif ously neither hiding from ourselves the gravity of the problems before us nor fearing to approach these problems with the unbending unflinching purpose to solve them arightPresident Roosevelt in hi inaugural address March 4 1905 IT WOULD take a prophet or a son ofa prophet to tell who is who in Colorado FOR the singVardaman has suppressed lynching in Mississippi but so far no one has been able to suppress Vardaman A MAIL car recently burn ed in Baltimore which containedover three hundred love letters This was evidently a case of burning affec tiii ly Tin Czar has m made such misera ble failure of running the Russian government it is quite well that he has decided to let the people take a hand Mss CASSIE L CIIADWICK person ally superintended the selection of the jury which is trying her on the charge of violating the Federal bank ing laws Can anybody forecast the verdict A TOStttsrolcaleho is a member of the Wisconsin Legisla ture has wcurcd the passage of a law prohibiting the manufacture of giant firecrackers in that State He evidently had a more extensive trade than he could handle and sought to lessen the demand for tombstones Ax IOWA ladyos said to be able to read ones thoughts and tell the amount of money in a purse without looking at it and make a table dance a jig without being near it Would it not be a good idea to send her over to Kansas where they are trying to make the Standard Oil Co dance a jig Every little helps you know A PETITION signed by 62 of the i leading citizens of Hartford was filed in County Court Monday praying that an election be held in said town on the 9th day of May 1905 for the purpose of taking the sense of the f legal voters thereof upon the propo t sition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be soldbar tered or loane in the city of Hart ford No order can be made calling the election until the next regular Court but callIr1should appeal to every one who is interested in the wellfare of Hart t ford and the surrounding community Of all things that degrade there is nothing that equals the in temperate use of liquor Each father should see to it that nothing is left undone to abolish the sale of theI tempting beverage in our town TilE inauguration of President Roosevelt has gone into history as a memorable one The early reports from various parts indicated an un usually large attendance at the inau guration but even then expectations were surpassed A notable feature of the vast throng was the unusual ly large attendance from the South This element which a year ago re garded Roosevelt as an enemy now regard him as a most enthusiastic friend and their efforts to show their reciprocal feelings were demon strated in many ways and no oppor tunity was lost to assure the Presi dent of the enthusiastic welcome which he shall received in his visit through the South in the early spring The inaugural ceremonies were made the more enjoyable by the fine weather that blessed the oc casion and all together the great throng that crowded the Capital city went home indeed satisfied with their trip and all felt that a great and good man had been installed as their chief executive CITIZENS throughout the State regardless of politics are holding in dignation meetings condemning the disgraceful verdict rendered by a Louisville jury in the libel proceed ings of Pat Sharkey a saloon keeper assisted by thugs and toughs against R W Knott editor of the Louisville Post Mr Knott a brother of a former Governor of Kentucky is a clean conscientious scholarly gentleman and has always conducted hi paper in such a manner as to gain the popular applause of all classes except the gambler the murderer the thief and the various other de nominations of the tough and a jurys verdict to the effect that he has been guilty of criminal libel came like a thunderbolt from a clear sky It is proper and right that the citi zens the brawn and sinewy of Ken tuckys manhood should speak their disapproval of this seeming unjust newss papers e done The people of Ohio county have always been responsive in mor al condemnation of conceded or apt parent wrongs done humanity they should as one voice speak their disapproval of the wrongs done them through their fellow citizen Mr R W Knott Resolutions of Respect Trisler Local Union No1 A S of E Whereas It has pleased the Su preme Ruler of the Universe to take from us our worthy brother Martin L Shreve on the 13th of February 190o Be it resolved That in his death this country has lost a goodcitizen the lodge a loyal member and his family a devoted and affectionate husband and father Resolved That we extend out sympathy to his friends relatives and family and that we commend tliem to Him who has promised to be precious in time of trouble and ask all who grieve his loss to be con ten tented with Gods will He is now in his heavenly home and is beckoning his loved ones to follow himIResolved That these resolutions be spread on our records and bei published in HARTFORD REPLIILICAN InIquhelfamily of our deceased brother rnCUNION SCHOOLHOUSEIMarch i through the colums of your paper- to notice to the public of th IIAof Equity has been organized a this place The farmers of this sec tion are greatly enthused and have buoyant hopes for the betterment of their condition Miss Ella Bennett of the Nocreek neighborhood was the guest of Mis Alma Baird Saturday and Sunday Melvin Neighbors left Monday for East Prairie Mo 11ISMay Bir Beaver Dam will teachI a class in instrumental music at this place j DeWitts JS Salvo For Piles turns SorosI OHIO CIRCUIT COURT I Three Weeks TermBusines Moving Along Criminal IDocket Disposed of The regular March term of Circuit Court convened at CoUrt Hal- Monday with Judge T F Birkheai on the bench After the grand jury was empaneled and instructed was ably done by whichI Attorney B D Ringo the took up the criminal docket an practically cleared the portion se for the first day within that day The second days docket was practi cally completed Tuesday There were but few trials most allparties who have been fined pleaded guilty o the charges registered against them The following gentlemen were en paneled as grand jurors J G Fielden J E Ellis W PHoagland S R Brown E D Oldham J W Miller Virgil Renfrew W A Higggs Jake Shephard W H Tay lor Foreman W F Condit Clerk and Robt Bell Sheriff Those empaneled as petit jurors are as follows V C Hocker J B Mitchell H W Bean Henry Stevens R S Sanderfur Jeff Bell Geo Jones Ed Boswell James Lowe L M Ward W T Bean AL Wester field Worth Bell W M Murphy Jeff Watterson Ream Smith W P Miller B R Hoover Geo B Brown I J Warden Baker C B Howard L Fulkerson J W Srewart an Warren Taylor The Commonwealths docket has been disposed of as follows Commonwealth vs Sip Rhoads gaming fined 20 P E Told sell ing liquor fiined 60 James Burdens selling liquor fined 60 F M Hat lei carrying concealed weapon weld ict of jury not guilty Guinn Daugh erty selling liquor to minor two cases dismissed fined 50 in one Hen Stewart selling liquor to minor 50 Robert Bratcher carrying con cealed weapon fined 25 and ten lays in jail Lee Chinn two cases selling liquor to minor dismissed More Hudson selling liquor to minor fined 50 in each of two cases rest of cases dismissed Henry Nail selling liquor to a minor two casesdismissed Virgil Mills selling liquor to a minor continued Virgil Ranney selling liquor to a minortwo casedismissed A T Nail selling liquor to a minor two caSes dismissed J B Dodson sellI ittgliquortoaminorttvocaseydismissedWalter ed weapon continued Jumes Burden illegal voting fined 50 Virgil Mills destroying public property contin led No A Jarnngin c unlawfully destroying public proper filed away Chas Smith concealed weapon con SllllIdenGuinn Daugherty selling liquor to a minor fined 50 Same selling Ii vuor to a minor dismissed Henry L Stewart another case selling IiIquor to a minor verdict of jury no guilty A T Nail selling liquor tan inebriate three cases fined 50I in each caseCicero Smith unlawfully selling liquorsix cages CCIO1 tinued James Burden unlawfully selling liquor fined 6000 Ed Ellis selling liquor to an ineII briate fined 50 Guinn selling liquor to a minor W Bohn gambling dismissedI Cooney Hoffendorfer e 100 Virgil Ranney selling liquor to inebriate dismissed Aaron Frank t gambling fined 100 Cooney Hof fendorfer setting up gambling ma OM Spring Medicine Is no other season when good IThere Is so much needed as In the andeimpoverished a condition indicated theytloss of appetite lack of strength and want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills andsI rich create appetite give vitality strength and animation and cure all eruptions Have do wholo family begin to tako them today Hoods Sarsaparllla has been used In our family for some time and always with Rood results Last spring I was all run down and cot a bottle of It and as usual received great benefit Miss BECLAH BOVCE Stowe VI Hoods Sarsaparllla promises toI euro and keeps tho promise l n uersWe know what all good doc tors think of Ayers Cherry 1Pectoral Ask your own doctor find out He will tell Cherry Pectoral ticklingtlungs and controls the hardest of coughsIAjrri Clifrry IVrtornl It well known In Bur fam11 We think It It the fwd medicine In the worlit for roughi ami cuMi KATIE ruTmifON reuluma Calf vvicflM 1 c AYtnoi All ilrtlLLlit for ICI M n Hard Coughs Ono of Ayors Pills nt bodtlmo will hasten recovery Contly Inxatlvo chine two cases dismissed Stand ard Oil Co peddling three cases filed away Penal action flied and petitioned taken for confessed judg ment for 100 Virgil Ranney sell ing liquor to minor dismissed Jerry Canon breach of the peace agreed judgment 250 Peyton Smith con cealed weapon continued James Burden selling liquor to a minor fined 50 Lee Chinn two cases sell ing liquor to a minor fined 100 J liquorIney selling liquor to inebriate fined 50 Arch Stallsworth selling liquor to inebriate fined 50 Moses Hud son two CAMS selling liquor to an inebriate dismissed I C It R Co failing to provide suitable dejwt at Fordsville fined 250 by jury Alvin Parks breach of peace lined 750 Albert Long petit larceny set for ward to Saturday J J Baken breach Anthonydfor next Monday Jeff Curtis forni cation entered n plea of guilty and fined fiO Forest Chinn carrying concealed weapon fined 25 and ten days in jail OTHEK MATTERS Hon R A Miller Owensboro has by agreement been selected ainjcial Judge to try the case of Ohio Coun ty Bank vs F L Rone Belle Turnbull vs George Turn bull divorce refused for the present and action continued with recommending that parties affect U rocon dilation rind live together Linnie D Leach vs John W Leach same order as preceding case t Life Guards The Life Guards are two regi ments of cavalry forming part of British household ttOOS They Iare gallant soldiers and every loyal heart is proud of thura Not only the Kings household but yours ours everybody should have its life guards The need of them ill es pecially great when the greatest foes thetvery elements as colds influenza ca tarrh the grip and pneumonia do in the stormy month of March The best way we know of to guard against these diseases is to strength the system with Hoods Sarsapa rilla the greatest of all life guards It removes the conditions in which these diseases make their most suc cessful attack gives vigor and tone functionI toII Factories for Kentucky Mr L D Sampson a wellknown Kentucky newspaper man formeral ly proprietor of the Barbourville News and for some years engaged in the Newspaper Syndicate business in Chicago is endeavoring to locate some large manufacturing concerns in KentuckyThrough newly organized Commercial Club Georgetown has se cured the large Asphalt concern with which Secretary Paul Morton and other Chicago men are connect ed Mr Sampson has just opened an office at 140 Dearborn street Chicago and has been commissioned- by several large and well established concerns to find locations for new or branch factories He desires to hear from Kentucky towns whichoffer natural advantages in the way of fuel raw material transportation facilities and equitable labor conditions Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN ttry C rtJ rtcJ E P BARNES l BRO Farmers Farmers The iri iiritiim Jill Png seeding leas begun to loniuml your atttntion Plows Marrows Collars IJaikbaiids Traces IlamlsId liridks arc now on sale in goad reliable materials at tIll lowest possible priies Owing to the lentil of U JI Aus tin who has been elo ely con nectocl with us in tho Implement businos we will have for slue Henry F lllountt one and two horse stool Plows Olivers Chilled Freaking flows Superior Corn Drills Iud Disk Harrows stud there is no implement on tho market that bears a hotter reputation for good ser vice and perfect operation Come to us ami we will take great pleasure in showing to you tho merits of these groi- nsFertilizers for the Spring Crops It is a plmsuiv to mako our selnl illlnllltlilll iiounooiiuiit that wo arc distributors of tho coKi braUd IIorM Shoe IJrauds of Forlilixers Tor all crops and the Hofuestead Tolmcco t rower tho highest grade of Tobacco Kcrtilixors on the mark lt The Homestead Tobacco t rower is trot onl good for tobacco but produces the most satisfac tory results on nil crops Use it on all garden products also Cabbage and Potatoes and the re suits will encourage yon to its further UM ROWE MORTON Centcrtowri Ivy Will alfottirry these goods in stokat their ware rooms and hereafter will he tho sole distriliiilors of theso brands of Fertilizes in thoir immediate territory Beaver Dam Ky TAIE4TE RfrUBlJCIII ts an III Wind That Slows Nobody Good While wo lose money bclosing out all Overcoats readymade Suits for 111011 and boys winter Dress Goods Heavy Underwear Gloves Shoes and and many other articles of winter goods You are the Winner If you come in and buy at or even Jess than wholesale prices Dont forget t examine our bar gain table Prices talk and remem ber we do not add any bad accounts to our prices as all credit houses must do We sell for cashand save you money The CoMiMcHenry Ky I 1FY Fairs Spring News Now that our winter stock has boon suclliiently 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 we may give you an intul ligent answer as to what will bo worn The results aro sw follows Woolen Dress Goods The overpopular shirt waist suits will be in the lead Wo find that the material used will bo Mo hair lustres Sicillians Panama cloths and light weight Broadcloths We have our entire now sprint line of these goods RICA DY NOW for you It its a new suit for Kaster you would do well to consult us at once Samples sent on request Spring Silks There is no doubt but that Silks will boa favorite for both Suits and Shirt Waists IMain and fluky Taffetas of a chillon eil ct will be those most sought after Wo have our line of these goods now ready to show you We would bo glad to have you call or write for samples We call your special attention to two good values in Tallettas a Too quality 19 in ches wide for 5Jc anti- Muslin inc u Underwear We have recently added a line of roadymadp Mini in lnderwcar such as Corset Covers Skirts Chemise Drawers etc mado of select quality of uVaehed muslin handsomely trimmed with insertion nod embroidery Not the narrow Skirts but cut full Worthy dependable goods nut our prices Spring Ginghams and Percales Meyond question the prettiest lino wo have ever shown Do your sprint sowing now before the weather gets warm fill pieces new Waist styles iin Jrhains regular price 12 leliir 10c Fifteen pieces Jinch late pattern Percales at 12Je 1esides tinhe- wo are showing other desirable Sprint buds that shouldappeal to your immediate attention Do Your Spring Shopping AT The Bargain Center 1W A4ti4AA CFiesturtannul afford to be outdone by its larger nei hlors in cut ng prices so it oilers the following unheard of bargains fore balance of this year y A 50c Quart of Oysters for Half a Dollar A 25c Steak Meal for a Quarter A 25c Fish Meal for a Quarter A lOc Bowl of Soup for a Dime y A toe Hot Lunch for a Dime A oe Cup of Cofleo for a Nickel A 5e Sack Hot Peanuts for a Nickel A oe Cup Hot Chocolate for a Nickel r t This is only a pointer to the hundreds ofbargains as every hing goes in the sauce proportion Como early and avoid ho rush 1arford Republican FRIDAY IARClII0I + m Illnols Central RailroadTime I Table North lloiinil laiilni 8 niu H VIlne122Opmo SiMilhllnnnil So 121 ii mill I I1 It III No 1111 line ZM p m- No Ill due 84I p m Mr A V Leach Prentis called to ee us Monday Moore Crab tree have Seed Sweet f tatoes for sale Mr A T Bishop Render called i topee us Monday Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 4Gtf Mr S M Leach Cromwell called to see us Monday J W Baker Render was a pleas ant caller Monday J B Dennis Prentis was a 1111 caller Monday Mr F J Jenny Matanzas was a pleasant caller Monday Mr 11 W Belle Matanzas was a pleasant caller Wednesday Col C M Barnett has been at home for the past few days Mr C N Taylor Roxy was a very pleasant caller Tuesday Mr G Davis Royal Reynold was a very pleasant caller Monday I Mr W S Gains Fordsville was quite a pleasant caller Monday IJudge W B Taylor Wysox was a very pleasant caller Monday IMessrs Roscoe Render and Ross who are attending school here visited their parents nearMa I tanzas Saturday and Sunday ro trV J Mclntire Ceralvo made I us a pleasant call Monday Mi L A Kimmell Ceralvo was a very pleasant caller Monday Mr N C Daniel Beaver Dam made us a pleasant call Monday Mr J T Davis Sunnydale wasa very pleasant caller while in town Monday Mrs Bob Forrester who has been quiet ill at her home on Clay street is slowly improving i Mrs Henry Black of the Hamlin Chapel neighborhood visited Mrs Bob Forrester Monday Mr Clellon Flener was the guest of relatives and friends near Crom well Saturday and Sunday Foil SALK A good work mare For particulars call on or address A K Anderson Hartford Ky Mrs N C Daniel Beaver Dam returned last Friday from a three weeks visit to her brother in Texas Mr J W Hale constructor and manager of the electric light plant has moved with hw family to our town Charlie Feemstcr Palo to Nannie V Crowder Palo is the only mar riage license issued since our last report Bring your furs to Sam Bach theI Hartfordmerchant He will take all youve got and pay you the highest cash priceIRev J H Brown formely Pastor of the M E Church at Beaver Dam died at his home in Lynnsville Ind last Friday night Mr J H B parson will leavein a few days for the Eastern markets toI purchase the new spring goods for Carson Cos mammoth Store I Mrs J W Kinsley and Mrs Alfred Lee Nuckols and Mrs Martha Ward and daughter Miss Stella No creek were the guests of Mrs S E Duke Monday i Miss Lula Walker stenographer and bookkeeper for the Taylor Coal Co at Williams was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs R 11I Walker last Sunday Mr J K Smith Repton Critten den county is attending court this week He is the guest of Mr Joei Foster Beaver Dam and other rela tives while here Mr C C Dennis Prentis renewed j his allegiance to TUB REPUBLICAN I while in town Monday lIe told us I that he had taken TilE REPUBLICAN continually since 1SS9 Go to Moore Crabtrec for 1e8hI and cured Meats MackorelLard and t HidesIi er ice the coming summer t j Mr W W Wedding son ofour townsman Judge R R WeddinK- was j recently awarded the prize offered by the Louisville Daily Herald I i for a correct solution of some proh loin in baseball j The Hartford Local Union of the American Society of Equity met at the Court House last Saturday The I meeting was well attended and im portant v business was transacted Five new members were added A good many of Hartfords lead j ing citizens are discussing the propriety i of having a street fair for Hartford during the early summer TilE REPUBLICAN hereby speaks its approval Cant we nil approve it Mrs C M Bamett who has been I quiet ill of nervous trouble for the past several days took a relapse last Monday She is again improving slowly and as soon as her health permit she will go to Louisville to b treated by a specialist Mrs W P B Woodward who has been the guest of Mrs W TI Woodward for the past several days returned to her home at Bevier Wednesday She was accompanied by Miss Flossie Woodward who will be her guest for u few days Born to the wife of Warren Ward last Friday a boy Her hus band has been in the Hopkinsville Asylum for the past three or four months and if ithad not been for aid given her by Hartfords citizens she would have suffered from want Mother and child doing well Mr George Barricat a native Syrian who came to the United States several years ago took the oath of allegiance as a citizen of th United States before Circuit Judge T F Birkhead Tuesday and the re I quisite haturalizatign certificate was e w Mf granted him He is now a citizen of the United States of America and is entitled to the same rights and priv ileges of a native born citizen except he cannot become President J H Wood Ceralvo was a very pleasant caller yesterday j K Rev J F Baker pastor of the Sulphur Springs circuit closeda IiG very successful series of meeting at Marvins Chapel on February 18th with fiftythree additions to the church Thirtysix have already received the ordinances baptism and g seventeen will receive baptismal rites 2 the first Sunday in May To Vied B Miss Edcssa Duke and Mr Ulysus R S Carson will be united in marriage at the residence of Rev G J Bean city next Wednesday evening at 730 oclock Rev G J Bean will be the officiating clergyman Miss Duke is the daughter of Mr W H Duke Dundee and is known I for her kind and sunny disposition 5 Her connections are the very best and her friends arc numbered by her acquaintancesMr is the son of Mr J L ICarson and is one of the countys most pppular and progressive young men He is at present engaged in the grocery business The wedding will be a quiet one only immediate friends will be present Tim REPUBLICAN along with a host of other friends extends the hartiest good wishes to soontobe Mr and Mrs Carson Other Court Notes j Ella Campbell vs C J Rhoads verdict of 41jO for plaintiff Indictments have been returned against Anthony Maiden and TomII Wilson charging them with W M Warden vs W A Rone is now on trial prol bWc fIHaving been appointed Chairman- of the Prohibition party in Ohio county Ky by the State Board at Paducah I hereby most respectfully and earnestly solicit all whoareeith directly or indirectly interested I in the success of this important work to meet at convention at Hart 1905Iselecting candidates to represent us the coming November election Iin Respt iF D BAUGHN Magan Ky J jjMarchBeda Saturday for little Miss Maude Calloway who has been the guests of relatives for the past week J Mrs Alva Calloway who has been d sick for several days is no better Billie Withrow went to Central City Saturday to see his sisteiin law Mrs Will Athorton who is dangerous ill Mrs Elvira Fulkerion who has been quite ill has taken a relapse and is not expected to live but a short while She is at the home of her daughter Mrs Maggie With row Mss P L Wood and little daugh ters Athel and Amywere the guest- 10f Mrs Woods sister Miss Saturday night Mr and Mrs P L Wood and lit tIe daughters Ceralvo StrotherI Hawkins Hartford and gie Hunter were the guests of Mr Robert Hunter and family Sun day Mrs Lizzie Withrow is quite sic at the home of her sonClellon With row in Muhlonburg countyJMiss Sallie Hunt has returned from an extended visit to relatives at Cen RochestereA M was his parents Mr and Mrs H D Hunt Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Dave Luck and son Malcolm Matanzas attended the sale of Mrs J A Drake deceased Tuesday and were the guests of their sister Mrs Joe BullockFriday night and Saturday Miss Annie Bishop who has been Ithe guest of her sister Mrs Joe Bullock for the past two weeks re turned home Saturday Mr and Mrs Chester Lindley and little daughter Annona were the guests of their father Louis Griger Saturday night and SundayIMrs Lula Withrowwill occupy the house of Mr John A Drake de ceased Mr and Mrs W E Ba will move to the house Mrs Withe row vacates John Q Igleheart and Mrs Geo Reid are quite sick Mrs James H Fulkeison and son 1 ps 5s S3 e ss e se se se s8 53 o T March Clearing Sale With a new stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Ladies and Mens Furnishings which we will add to our winter goods wo will make a gt Sweeping Sale Which will greatly benefit you Wo have no old stock everything new You will find everything just as it is 5 represented in this ad liens Boys and Childrens t Clothing for the spring High grade but low prices will be in this sale Everything now open for your inspection You are welcome whether you buy or not y Best Cajico4hcBe-st Factory Cotton 5c 2 Best Shirt Gingham 80 5 Best Heavy Bedtickingn0Ble- ach Cotton5cBe-stHeavy Shirting7cBe- stFlannelettes Tie 3 A big assortment Woolen Dress Goods at wonderfully 2 low prices 2 Ladies Flannel Under skits 38c Ladies 35c ribbed Vests per garment 19c Mens heavy oOc Sweaters fancy and colors on sale for39c1Li- lIfC8 nice Dress Shoes in Vici Kids and Box Calf Leathers always sold for 175 sale price 100 Childrens nice 100 Dress Shoes made of Vici Kid lcatheron sale for 48c Latest spring Hats for Men Black or 1vfor 98c leathers Fleeced Ribbed Come early and first choice Yours Bargair1s Sani Bach I Hartford Kyt 1 IIatCharlie Overton went to Falls of Rough Monday to wind up the estate of his fatherinlaw George Lawrence who died last week What the Hartford Mill Co Has to Sell All kind of Flour and Meal groundeFeed Seed Oats and Anything you need in Building Material Spindle Bracket and Scroll work made to order We are preI ofkodd size window or doorI AlIldnds of Builders Hardware and Glass carried in stockIP SFarmers bring us plow points and have them sharpenedthree for 25c Respy HARTFORD MILL CO Ben Hur in Louisville Arrayed in all its splendor Ben Hur will Inaugurate a en gagement at Macauleys Theatre Louisville on Monday eveningMarch 20th There will be the usual Wed nesday and Saturday matinees Of i all the spectacular productions of modern times none has been credit ed with so long a run of prosperity as this great and popular dramatic romance Ben Hur is today llcrowned with a record of nearly 1 1700 performances in a little over five years and has been seen by more than three and a half million people 1 In all this period of marked ity a Sunday performance has never Ladies FaneySatinoShirt- IVaistsnicely S trimmed 68c 1 IColorcliens nice Dress Shoes Vici Kid and Box Calf just a few for100 Fancy Top Shirts for j men made of good mater 3 olseIwhele of Jersey Cloth sale ft price J9cI Mens and sis hair Underwear a 35c and50c seller sale price er garment 19c get for 1 Io a 3 Also your weeks prosper u given No play inlthc history of thestaleworId admits of the massive scenic setting that Ben Hur does Reviewing Ben Hur as a play it is one of the most stirring and im pressive stories ever given to the stage and while the keenest admiration and astonishment have been manifested for the marvelous scenic and mechanical effects that are un folded in its enactment the impreS- sion that lasts and lives and that has bern responsible for the wonderful success scored is the beautiful fervent and highly dramatic story so forcibly and truthfully told with its endowment of grand music supplied by Edgar Stillman Kelley The advance sale of scats opens Thursday morning March IGth at nine oclock Manager John Ma cauley of Macauleys Theatre announces that all outoftown orders if accompanied by cash or money order will be filled before the regu lIar box office sale opens During the engagement of Ben Hur in Louis ville all railroads entering the city will make special excursion rates Notre To the members of Farmers union district No 25 The union will meet at 2 p m Saturday before the see on Sunday in March with the M- j lowing program 1st Is it profitable to raise scrub PI2nd Shall we continue our present organization or unite with an otherby M Stateler 3rd Shall we continue to purchase commercial ferterlizer Ifsor from whomby C W Stevens and T R Black 4th Shall we limit the acreage of tobacco by Warren Taylor All are invited and asked to par Jicipate Meet at 200 p m S L STEVCNaE 1T HUGE FERRY BOAT The Largest In the World Can Carry a Whole Load ed Train Ihlloddlhlo Uor1 What is beyond doubt the larges- ferry boat in the world is owned by the Southern Pacific Railroad Com pany and is used in transferring trains across Carquinoz Strait i Contra Costa county California be tween Benicia and Port Costa This colossal craft is christened the Solano The boat is not only large in dimensions but also in pow er The Solano has a net tonnage o 3057 tons is 430 feet long 116 fee wide and has a mean draught of 15 feet Her two engines have a com bined strength of 2000 horse power This ferry boat is longer than mos of the great battle ships of the Unit ed States or other navies The Solano transfers on an aver age 10000 trains a year that is all sorts of trains Often the boat car ries 40 large heavilyloaded freight cars at one trip Not less than 14 trains are hauled each day The l boat has made as high as 42 trips I during the 24 hours The Solano leas four smokestacks and steel boil ers The two engines work entire- independentone y to each paddle- wheelj This monster craft is con- E stantly on dutyday and night At the crossing point Carquinoz Strait i is about a mile wide and it requires from 11 to 13 minutes to make a trip each wayfrom slip to slip On an average about 30 trips per day are made So systematically and swiftly are the trips scheduled that there is very little if any delay to the many trains Thousands of passengers traveling each way are trans ferred every day Excursions Over Illinois Centralc Presidential Inauguration Ceremonies Washington D C March 4 1905 For the above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beave- f Dam to Washington D C for 1940Dates of sale March 1 2 and 3 1905 Limited to March 8 1905 for return except that original purchaser msy secure an extension of return limit to leave Washington notI later than March 18th 1905 by depositing ticket with Joint Agent at Washington not later than March 8ths and payment of fee of 100 at time of dopositUc Pointed Paragraphs A busy millers life is one contin uous grind Revenge is a gun that kicks much harder than it shoots Politeness is the freezing point i Ute atmosphere of love Men make themselves rMiculo- I by claiming to be what they are notNothing worries a proud woman like the pride of another woman Illusions of courtship are mo ploasing than tho delusions of matri moray A woman doesnt enjoy good heath unless she has a few ailments to complain of Of course you are all right but your nextdoor neighbor needs a lot of reforming A womans idea of economy is t buy u lot of things she has no use for hocauic they are cheap There are many alleged hair re storers but the youth who returns a lock of his best girls tresses is the oneIbe some mistake about a man being made out of dust for dust settles some time but some men never 8ettleCIf you dont believe this is a coldC and unsympathetic world hunt up your friondsCAfter a girl has celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of her birth she stops seeking her ideal husband J 1H im look around for a real oneI4I Right Kind of Farmer There is a farmer over in Missouri tI who is a mighty staunch friend of the local paper At a recent farm r Iersinstitute he read a paper in the N course of which he took occasion to remark As a rule the farmer knows no firmer friend than the country Ares The homo Taper isilistipctly j the iVrmcVs iwn palf sutrrte 1 directly or indirectly by the farmers 1 who compose the backbone of the printers subscription list and large ly for what the enterprising merchant advertises Now brothers let us not forget our friends Let us see that our subscriptions are paid before the first of January andr year in advance if we can afford it mytAgain the merchants who advertise are the ones who make it possible for us to get a good local paper and the Imen or firms who are too penurious- to advertise and help support the lo cal press have no right to the farm ers patronage Attacked By a Mob And beaten in a labor riot until covered by sore a Chicago street Art nca was soon well I use it in my family writes G J Welch of Teconsha Mich greattfor cuts Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Hartford m For Boys One of our great American lead ers says a boy should learn To let cigarettes alone To be kind to all animals To be manly and courageous To ride row shoot and swim To build a fence scientifically To fill the wood box every night To be gentle to his sisters To shut a door without slamming- To sew on a button To do errands promptly and cheer fullyTo have a dog and to make a companion of him To get ready to go away without the united efforts of mother grandmother sisters chambermaid and cook Are You Engaged I Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels be avoided by keeping their digestions in good condition with Electric Bitters S A Brown of Ben nettsville S C says For years my wife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver until she lost her strength and vigor and became a selfrThen she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once anti finally made her entirely well She is now strong i and healthy Z Wayne Griffin R Bro druggist sell and guarantee I them at 50c a bottle m i 1 Hot Springs Ark This great health and pleasure rev is best reached via the Iron Mountain Route Quickest schedule solid trains Pullman sleepers l cars etc from St Louis or Memphis daily Now is the season to visit this great resort Low round- trip rates liberal limits Handsome descriptive literature furnished free For rates map folders etc call on Agentn or address R1 G Matthews T P A Room tfUeRiddles What crossed the water without making a shadow A sound I re1Vhy does a tailor know therell a hellbeenWhat is most like a catlQQkingoutI of a third story looking in one What is that which is neither flush nor bone and yet has four and a thumb A glove flnglllI IWhen a man falls out of dow what does he fall against1 Against his will When ratty a chair be said to hate you When it cant bear you Over 19 Hours Saved to Mexico By the superb double daily service over the Iron Mountain RouteI and its connections the shortest and quickest line from St Louis to City Mexico through San Antonio and Laredo Through Pullman sleeper daily leaving St Louis 221p m and 820 p m Elegant Dining Car serI vice Wonderful Mexico is attract ing the investor and pleasure seeker I ILow rates liberal stop over privileges Now is the time to go Fo descriptive literature rates etc see nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room aOl tf IILifeThe man of grand impulses sheds a luster on all around him When a woman says she is of littl consequence she does not expect she will be taken at her word A man usually estimates his value maltImgMen speak of womens vanity as something which is part of every womans makeup The kiss of love lingers long in the memory of a woman When a man undertakes to prove his importance he is inclined to over step the mark Every woman fels she knows just how far to go in the matter of as listing nature with her face and figureMany commanding men are easily controlled those who seem to be IIThemanage her husbands affairs never makes known how she would do itIA man of many troubles has the satisfaction of knowing something comes his way Pleasant and Harmless Dont drug the stomach to cure a cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflammation 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 Topic Tips Ihfadrlphta Ilnllctln Broderie anglaise appeals on the a new parasols French cravats of white kid em broidered in colors are new Sunshades of heavy linen bid fail to be popular with the summer girl Elastic belts covered with velvet are about the closest fitting to be hadThose little French powder books filled with freshtinted powder papers are handy for the woman who travelsNow is the time to pick up a smart raincoat at a bargain for wear on the inevitable rainy spring days Deep circular collars and cuffs of knifepleated lawn are modish and launder well The color of iron rust or what the French call chaudron is particuj early good in taffeta with cream lace Blouses of dark silk with round yokes covered with frills of white Valenciennes look well with the coat suitIf I one wants a furlined evening coat this is the time to get it those with squirrel lining being at a spe dal discount The girl who wants to look natty in the spring will get herself togeth er a white coat and skirt suit either cloth or corduroy- A purse or bag to match every gown is the rule and one gets a good deal of leather for the money too for the modern pocketbook is al most the size of a mans wallet By the Tonic Route The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers Theycure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Rises are small easy to take and easy to act a safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clotjk at Valley I City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipation Sold by Z Wayne Griffon Bro m Mardi Gras New Orleans La March 27 1905 For the above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to New Orleans for 1825 Tickets on sale March 1 to G rev turn limit Leaving New Orleans March llth1905 Tickets may be extended to not later than March 25th by depositing thaniItiJ tIo ASTc 1tX21 Bees tileThe Kind Yoj line Always Biugtt slcn lIre G Uncle Ephs Saying Hit m ah pity ah monkey cant talk so he could tell how near he cum terl bein folksIAh man whatull plant sugar cane or watermill uns in sight er de big road is ah agent or Satan As soon as a country niggah learn j moverstraight ter townan he gwinc j too Ef we all knew dat judgement day j would come next week dar would be l sum powful skirmfahin utter Bibles whitewash in dis kentry i Ef a niggah could save money as successful as he kin watahmilyun cottoneraised down hyar in erbout three year Deres no tellin how a man will turn out De oneryest niggnh ever raised on dis plantashun is now a Ibarber in town an ah layer he am a classleadah Ef de niggahs wuz as vigrous I when de contribution plate am pas sed round as dey is at ah barbecue we wouldnt her ter hev ah supper ter repair de meeting house ffodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat NeedleSLlIrney I Xtw York Illnil J One of the most peculiar cases inI puzzlingIphyears ago e a do baker of that place stepped on a darning needle which was imbeded in i his left foot and caused intense pain stellllointand a portion of it remained in the footA I week ago Beyer fell upon an icy sidewalk injuring hisside and broil ing his left hand The injured hand commenced to swell and the baker suffered excruciating pain Physicians discovered hard substance in the center of the swelling and a deep incision was made in the hand The physician then discovered a piece of a steel needle about an inch and half in length Physicians agreel that it is probable that the broken needle taken from Beyers hand is part of the one imbedded in his- SSH agoPram Write for our DENTIAhLETTER Iwfore applying obt ln PATENTS THAT PAY- aml help Invent n to mccu 8t m1 mach phorn rkct li and wr send IMMEDIATE FREE REPORTON PAT ntgltntC1u at 605607 7th St WASHINGTON D C Y Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew Fort rlumea A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Dottlei free OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WUBKLKK WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer exceptional induce ments to someone who commands n horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energelip men find our proposition a moneymaker car pableof development into a 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with and could to stand feet down Upon the of Cure bottles cured too much for pleas ant BLACKBUUN Sold by Druggists OOc and 51 Get Cook and Treatise on tho KidneysFBEE 1 RHEUMATISMand other ills produced diseased kidneys can bo ARGON is the remedy its oiled is marvelous relieving almost instantly it and it you not satisfied money will he fullyrefunded Ask you Druggist P5c 50c ARGON OIL CO West Main St Louisville An0iyrco EDUCATIONfa absolutely to young or young who win succeed in This it Is of fint importance to get raining at that stand in yry front rank BRYANT STRATTON Business College- N E Cor and Sts Loulsvlllo Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one SHORTHAND ist in line book giving TYPEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions allover States it will be you open year Students can enter at any tim- E J WRIGHT Presidentbs OUR CLUBBING RATES REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald1251I- rl REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250 RKPUULICAN and CourierJournal 150 REPUBLICAN and GloboDcmocrat 175 REIUHMCAN and and 125 REPUBLICAN and Lipponcotts mal Coomophtan 325 REPUBLICAN and TwicoaWoek Owcnsborolnquirer 175 REPUIILICAN and Daily Owensborn Inquirer 370 REPUBLICAN and TwicenWcok Oboro Messenger 175 etll ROUGH RIVER IELEPHONECOMPANY IN 1 Talk and you patronize home folks where you can buy your own and be InI fad build your own eking with whole county and business points generally by only paying reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or will be nt the whole expense II say so We with all Ina dependent Companies particulars call on T Hartford Ky I RIPANS TabulesIfind I era A prescription For mankind The 6 cent packet Is nsnnlocrn lnn Tuelnmlljr bottle CO rents tJf a year All t ll tbelllI Nasal CATARRH eleanteeeootheundbeelsthe of and disease rheumatism become rcMniillutlcms Dr M M Fcnner N Y Sir For year I suffered backache hardly bear on my I oleo felt restless when ulttlng advice a friend I tried Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Two me entirely and I cant say thli remedy I nlllo find It to take J C ill Book l Ii by eared OIL Try arc your cheer 130 Ky uecweary the man woman life being conceded your the schools the Socond a special his for a beautiful the Uuiled mailed to FREE School all the THE THE THE St Louis THE Homo Farm THE THE TILE TIE f OORFOBiTKU being cheap necessary should phone t distance the a tau connect For S Stevens Manager Doctors euoiiKbfor a JIllS la all 1U itajet there should bo Ely g Cream Balm It cures catarrh and drives away a cold la the head the klJueya urinary backache Frodonla Galesburg would Walnut Write druggists cleanliness r I IeklyI Balm Is placed Into the nostrils spread membrane and Is absorbed Relief Is 1m and a cure follows It II riot drvlnzdoes not produce sneezing Urge SUe BO cents at Drug rltt or by mall Trial Sire 10 cents by mall ELY 11UOT1IEIIS 80 Women Street New York OR FENHERS GOLDEN rRELIEF- auteEVERYBODY wiy jmlu Inslilo or ryreyuatss +CLOTHES A QUART WHITEAISNOViI FOR SALE BY the American fhnn t tnr n THE BEAUTY CHASE Some of the Things Society Wom en Do Or Have Done They take milk baths They bathe their faces daily in real sweet cream They have their entire faces skin nevi so that a new skin may grow over the old surface They have their noses shaped They shave their eyebrows into a perfect arch They have their lips shaped into a cupids bow They have all natures fine hairs removed from the skin by electro lysisThey have real dimples cut in their cheeks and chins They have good strong crooked teeth removed and artificial straight ones screwed onto the stumps They go into complete retirement for six months at u time are done over and emerge perfect beau tiesThey have artificial figures built in their frocks and artificial insteps made in their slippers But it is not all wasted time Never has the world need so crowded with beautiful women Never have there been so many unbeautiful women who have produced the illusion of beauty Nothing will indigestion that doesnt digest the food and 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 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 d Bro m Sunflower Philosophy Few things are as good as they lookIf a woman has the money she will have an operation performed Not one man in a hundred makes money out of a side issue Every mother says of her child to its first schoolteacher that it is so nervousHalf complaints are of idle peo ple who have nothing to do and who bore hose who are busy Some day the time comes to every man when the most he can do for those around him is to be patient- In a few years men called Cleve will begin growing up relics of the Presidency of Grover Cleveland There is no place where Gossip does not appear in a cemetery a weedy grave furnishes as much talk as a dirty kitchen in town It often occurs to people that the friends who are most generous in giving are unfortunately those who have the poorest taste The only time it is excusable for a man to be careless of his personal appearance is when he is a fresh widower when it is really commend able t7dsa3TORrdBean You Han AtonBou J fl l hect11 filCl l Fat liens Some people are afraid their hens will get to fat to lay and do not feed enough and I am convinced that this is true much oftener than where fowls are overfed says G A Cosgrove in Rural New Yorker There is n difference in hens as in READ THIS Bowling Green Ky June 12 1901 This is to certify that I have been curedof kidney trouble by the use of theTexas Wonder Halls Great Discovery and can cheerfully recom mend it to all suffers for kidney trouble A B GILSON A TEXAS WONDER- One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small Mottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E WHall sole manufacturer OlivejStreet people Some will take on fat much easier than others and those that do are not the best layers in the flock The proper way would be to put these extra fat hens in a coop by themselves and feed them on a less fattening diet The active Leghorns and other small breeds very seldom give any trouble in this direction Got Off Cheap He may well think he has got off 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 teed m Matrimony Harry McCarty of the Jessamine Journal who is a benedict and ought I to know whereof he speaks says of matrimonyIn if the average young man will select for his wife a com panion who can go into the kitchen and turn a battercake or wring off the head of a chicken or milk a cow I in case of necessity his life will ba one of sunshine and happiness Boys I unless you have a large bank account and a big income dont tie yourself to one of these uptodate girls who j sings for you in the parlor while her mother perhaps is making new dresses for the daughter Such a wife would be as a millstone tied about the neck of a man with a small income Ragtime Philosophy Spunk is plucks sparring mate A woman will forgive you for al- most anything before shell you for beating her at cards forgiveI The autoist is the The paper hanger sticks at his work j Even the blunt man is not always dullHe I is a bumb rooster that has no crow bar The relative clause governs when we decide whether the child is precocious or just impudent The blacksmith is a chronic knock erThe ferrymanlucky dogis paid to come across A fine constitutitionthe misdemeanor code The spittoon is the country cousin of the cuspidor Many a man gets stuck for awohi ans pin money Funny that the low grade railroad is the best railroad Arrogance sooner or later will step on a banana peel The green eyed monster is the cause of lots of redeyes In an argument the woman has the valedictorian role always Most peoples stock ofsympathy is displayedon the bargain counter The umbrella also has its ups and downs and likewise its shady side It is wise to have the champagne bottle in your hand before throwing away your port r Where Colors Come From Cochineal insects furnish many of our most gorgeous colorscarmine scarlet crimson and purple Cuttlefish give us sepia whichis nothing more or less than the inky fluid which the fish discharges to render the water black when it is at tackedIvory chips produce the ivory black and bone black- Prussian blue is made with im pure potassium carbonate This most useful discovery was acci dentalBlue black is the charcoal of the vine stalk Turkeyred is the madder plant which grows in Hindustan Raw sienna is the natural earth near Sienna Italy India ink is burned camphor The Chinese are the only manufacturers of this and will not reveal its secret A Paradise for Men Kan a Clty Journal In Paraguay the woman are in proportion ofseven to one as com pared with the men are The con sequence is that the men are taken the greatest care of and everything which is unpleasant or might be risky to the life of a man is done by the women The streets are clean ed ships are loaded oxen are drjrenf by them and it is even said that they have taken part in their coun trys wars acting as substitutes forI their men folk ub6cibE REPUIILIUAN l AyersPillsWant a beautiful brown or rich black Use CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS nest Couch Syrup Tastes Good Uso In time Sold by druggists STRONG r 10 ill Againis Stova1IofTiltonGa e said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds of otherweak women are being re stored to perfect II health this rem i edy YOU may be well if will it Indigestioncausei nearly all sick that wome have It deprives system of ment and the delicate organs peculiar women suffer weaken and becomi diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of whole nourishesIsour risings belchingheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat nuarbottlklaryII ttlalI as i by you tak the ness the the the Prpmd a U ra 1Ia Oo Jrby Z WAYNE UKIfFIN IHold REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Real Estate- BARGAINS 141 acres tor M 500 or will sell at 30 tier acre and make ear vey 2yS miles from Hartford 14 mile of pike Good new 7 rocm house 2 barns 75 acres in bottom balance good hill land good Orchard fine mea dow 10 or 15 acres in woods all under fence 123 acres ntar Rockport in Rood condition good build ings and fine tarm land for 120000 83 acres fine bottom land for 20 per acre or 1600 3 miles from Hartford on Sandtruts crossing road Good house good barn young orchard In fine state of cultivation A bargain 305 acres fine Rough river bottomland near Hartford In fint state of cultivation Will sell cheap considering the land 188 acres near Ceralvo See me for prices 21 ncns at Centertown See me for prices One house and lot on Union street In Hartford In fine condition 75000 A house and 2 acres ol ground aljolnlng Hartford Fine frnltgond house and build fogs for 375 135 acres 4 miles north ot Hartford in good state ot cultivation 85000 43 acrts near Ceralvo 43000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 One good new 60 Mosler for sale at a bargain If you want to sell land If you to buy land see me and I will furnish you with what you want S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY The dose is one just one at bedtime pillImild certain Th constipation iowll S DYE Irmt en or BKGOUII oaa r 11111 tco manci Hess I Cumberland 1 TELEPHONEI Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place of business My business has increased and my wifes voice is never I heard to grumble about the TeleIphone Yours for good service gentlemanly competition B E PHTE Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD EEPUBLI OAN 100 per year in advance C IlDRlnaiDrd IJmT Ohio Coty ClreallCoartTF Ulrkhead Jnd e Deo D 0nllarrnti Clerk Frank L Felix Master Com mleelonerY1MoeeleylraeteeJogFundlCsto Keown Clarence Keown Jo II noberti Ham Krawn CoartconTenesflrstUon day In March and Angost and continue three weokiand third Monday In May and Norvmher two week County Court J P MUler Judge US Rag and Clerk W It Dame Attorney Hartford 3Conrt convenes fint Monday In each month MondayICourt of Claims Convenes fleet Monday In Jni nary Tuesday alter second Monday In October Other OmcereJ It Wood Surveyor Ceralro j Frank Low Assessor Dada James Dews School Saperlntendent Hartford Den L Davis Coroner Sulphur Spring Tuatlc s Court D F Hudson Dearer Dam February 19 May IS August 31 November 30 OeoW Martin Bnlietown February 13 Ma j 11Angaet20Noemberl7JooM February 28 May 2 August 20 November IS T A Even Fordsrlll January 15 May 7 August 27 November B l J A Hicks BufordFebrnary 7 May 9 Ann net 12 November 7 W A Rone Centertown February II May 11 August 24 November 0 D J WUcox Rockport February 20 May I August 25 November H- Artford Fcllc Court Jno B Wilson Judge C E Smith City At i torney H r Barnett Marshal Court con vene second Monday In eachmonth aRolisjriovun escU E Church South Service third Sunday ieach month at 11 am and 7 p maDd secondsSunday atIpm Prayer meeting every Wedne day evening Rev WTUUler Pastor Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer 1 meeting every Thursday evening Rev JirBurnett pastor C P Church Service flit Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 pm Rev J DHsrtlned pastor i School Trustee Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens D M Hooker J H B Car son JonC Riley City ConnellIIowan Holbrook Mayor S A Snderdoo perk DrSJ Wedding W 8 Tins ey A C Taylor M L Iteavrln T J Morton Cooncllmen Secret Bocl tl A 0 U W mOlt flit and third Friday night In each month Uartford Lodge No ITa F ok A Masons first Monday night la each month Hartford Tent No M Knights of ths Macca bees every Thursday night Rough rover Lodge No 110 Knights of Py this meet every Tieeday night Preston Morton Post x111 0 A R hold rig nlar meetings Saturday before first Sunday In each nontb Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral LandsItheIKON MOUNTAIN ROUTEr In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS through Pullman sleeping and free reclining their cars IlomeseeHers Excursion first and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature mapS pamphlets folders etc on application TOWNSEHCBMOMITTHEHS G ilrWrn tkt- IT Trtriliir Fumipr Irttl- uciiTiiunLOUIS CASrziOBXABean thelM Kind YOU Hate Always Bouglj Signature of t t 11ji h c rr fJ 1 c 1t e HEALTH is the Most ImportantT- he manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have had 40 experienceEvery eke raising has been exhaus lively studied in this country and abroad prodIUctThere is no substitute for it The purity andefficiency of Royal Baking Powder have been commended by the highest authorities of the world These facts mean two impor e tint things to all housekeepers rFirst that Royal Powder Is B1klngImakes wholesome Second that Royal Bak ing Powder makes toodI1good to taste I III I ROYAL BAKING I POWDER I ABSOLUTELYI Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 10 IRE LIFESAVER Did Man Who Was Hanged in Virginia Years Ago Foxier Pate Laws Victim De Jared to be Alive and the of Rich Mine iOwnert Gate City Va March 8Fornear Tialf a century the people of south east Virginia believed that Baxter I Pate alias McDaniel Rhea paid the t penalty for the murder of John Lit I trellone of his most intimate young men friends and Pate was hanged on a gallows erected in the hollow of the mountains southwest of GateI City in Scott county Va The murder was committed in aI room of the Central hotel here forty seven years ago Pate and Littrell played cards artd Littrell won allof Pates money amounting to 750 Pate implored Littrell to return part I of the money alleging that he had iccured unfairly Littrell refused md in the fight which followed Lit Irell was killed Pate escaped to North Carolina iris former home but after a few months he was secured and brought leek and was tried convictedand executed under the name of Daniel Rhea Soon after the execution it as learned that his real name was Baxter Pates PateIwas over to two brothers who departed with it lo his home in North Caroliha leIImarkable IIwhoColorado about twenty years ago I He claims that Baxter Pate still lives ColaraIdoemploy of Pate for the past ten years He says too that before go i ifofhad always understood that the mur derer of Littrell was McDaniel 1 yi JUJeaIt ago and was discussing the Littrell tragedy with some friends when tf41meone of them spoke of the mur t as Baxter Pate a name answer 4 11derelby his Western employer Law t he says recalled the fact that Pate had once confided to him that when a young njan he had killed one of his friends over a card game i He also remembered that Pate had I told him all particulars regardingthe murder except the place where it was commited and also how cleverly he had managed to evade justice Pate according to Lawson said that his brother had manufactured for him a small steel frame which was secretely conveyed to his cell a few days before he was to beexecut clothingI was attached to bands around hi body The hooks he said caught the rope just in time to prevent his neck from being broken Simulating death he was immedi ately placed in a coffin by his broth ers who started with it to their goingIty miles from the scene of the exe cution he was released from his coffin and made his escape into the mountain wilderness As if in substatiation of the story told Sjy Lawson is the fact that the jailer who executed Pate in a dying statement said that Pate still lived and further the doctor who pro nounced Pate dead soon after the execution disappeared If true this would indicate that they both were bribed by Pates rich brother and were connected with the sham exe cution H NOCREEK March 8There has been a num ber of cases of la grippe in the com munity but most all are convalescent atpresentWayne Pirtle and family have moved into their new house W R Stevens with his family has moved into the property of W F Stevens purchased of Wayne Pirtle Mrs James Tanner of Owensboro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs David Moreland this week Simpson Johnson of Scott county has purchased 150 acres of lan known as Ellen Barnett property of Mr Rowan Holbrook and father Consideration 3000 We learn that Miss Belva Mc Cormick who is visiting her sister in Illinois has measles Mr Hill and family who are liv ing in the property Mr Johnson purchased will move back to Cen tertownBud went to Livermore SaturdayFleetwood Ward is expected home this week from a prospective trip to Bicknel Ind Messrs Stevens and Chamberlain have returned from Livermorewhere they delivered a raft of logs The Nocreek Local No1 A S of E met Saturday night Whether- or not to limit the acreage was discussed Delegates were elected to attend the County Union which meets at Fordsville Saturday They were instructed to vote against limiting the acreage But had there been a full attendance the motion would have carried and the limit would have been 10000 hills to the hand It is believed by many that Ohio county will limit her acreage at the county Union Saturday Miss Edith Carson attended church here Sunday John Cantrill is on the sick list Mrs Sarilda Stevens is quite sick Rev J W Cantrill spent last night MIland has returned to Scott cou- ntyr OAK GROVE March 8The health of this corn munity is very good Prof J E Davidsons school is progressing nicely Johnnie Keown has just recovered from a severe attack of pneumonia G C Hocker has returned to school after a few days illness C D Barnes has moved his place of business from C D Wallaces to- N C Keowns Ezra Shultz of Prentis gave our school a pleasant call Saturday- G C Hocker of Vine Grovespent JarnaginITrail and Tuell Rogers were on the sick list the first of the week The candy breaking at T C John sons last Friday night was largely attendedC of Vine Grove is up apain after a few days illness Roscoe Wilson is absent from school this week N C Keown went to Monday and returned HartfordI W B Rogers is school this weep i TWIN BABIES t in February and Ithe Other is Born IIinMarch The stork which visited Pinkne Clapps home at Nabb Ind recently playedan unusual prank He left a little cherub in the arms of Mrs Clapp departed immediately but returning in March stated he anotht er Although one was born a month earlier than the other the little ones are twins It is an unusual situation although the storks explanation was satisfactory to the parents who have received the congratulations of their neighbors I One of the most unique features of the case is that one of them will celebrate its birthday February 28 the other March 1 and every four years there will be a days longer interval between their birthdays than during the precceding years threeI Though born one in February the other in March there was only a few minutes difference between lastIthe same bib and tucker ride in the i same cart wear the same sailor hat have equal capacity for keeping their parents awake when suffering with colic teething etc and cause the same parental anxiety when either of them fails to come home to dinner without first explaining to its mother and father And when they have become old enough to be taken out both will be subject to the same smothering kis sea of old maids and young maids while old ladies will remark in passing They look as much alike as two peas in a pod camedthe other There will be the usual pranks played by twins the usual mistake of one being repremanded for the conduct of the other andall the troubles incident to a fellow coming into the world about the same time as the other fellow The twins are healthy and babes and mother are doing nicely accord ing to reports In reply to inquiries we have pleasure in announcing that Elys Liquid Cream Balm is like the solid prepa ration of that admirable remedy in that it cleanses and heals membranes affected by nasal catarrh There is no drying or sneezing The Liquid Cream Balm is adapted to use by par tients who have trouble in inhaling through the nose and prefer spray ing The price including spraying tube is 75c Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York At Rest At 1030 oclock Saturday evening Feb 25 after a months illness in whichshe battled like a hero aunt Relda Bishop surrendered her life It was so suddenour white lips said How well miss her the beautiful dead Wholl take the place of the precious one fled But God knows best It is true that man is prone to pass undue encomiums upon the dead but no word of praise can be so high as not to be spoken of AuntI Rilda no laurel too pure to be placed upon her brow for she was pure I gentle and good We ever found i her making home happy and peace ful noble in all the attributes that go to make up a beautiful woman hoodThe two youngest boys Chester and Oscar were absent living indifferent counties Death was so sudden they could not be called in time for the last farewell and 0 how sad to those who heard the call in her low gentle voice for my boys How our hearts went out in sympathy with Chester the young est when he came home the day af ter the funeral and found the home emptymother gone Is it any wonder that our hearts are filled with sorrow when we think of all this How she longed to speak one more word to the absent boys What that word was none but God can ever know Her also were unavoidably absent sistersI Her friends were her acquaintances and many with her when she died but the I struggle was short while the hus band knelt by her bed in the last handclasp muttering words in pray er for help in that his only grea sorrow Uncle John God has always been your rock your shelter I in the time ofastorm Let Him be j so now for yours is the hardest- part to bear IHel remains were accompanied to Grove church by many sor rowing friends and when you saw the beautiful tribute of respect paid by the vast crowd at the church jyou could measure her worth Free from lifes toils and fitful j fever she sleeps We would not call her back In the home i above she is great and happy and shadows come across her pathway no more She did the work assign ed for her to do and when death came hovering oer her couch she i was ready to give up lifes voyage on earth fold the snow white sails lean sweetly on Jesus trusting in His merits and een would I says Weep not for her in springtime- she Hew To that land where the wings of theI venIlingsof this world RENDER March 7G T Westerfield ofI Central City was here last Wednes day Sam James Sr was in Beaver Dam last Wednesday Chester Keown wasjhere last Wet nesday summoning the boys to ap pear before the grand jury Mrs S A Houk and son Harry visited in Hartford last Wednesday and Thursday Geo Lyons of Louisville was here last Thursday j Rhea Armstrong of Leitchfield was here last Friday Simon Jones was in Beaver Dam last Friday Monroe Baize was in Rockport last FridayJames Stephens of Central City was here last Friday Mrs Dave Salsburg returned to her home in Central City last Friday after visiting Mr and Mrs P K Salsburg for a few days D W Williams was in Hartford last Friday Herschel Shull the 10 years old boy of Mrs Cynthia Shull had his foot badly mashed while jumping on andoff a train last Friday morning Amputation was necessary Drs J S Smith and H B Innes performed the operation taking it off above I ankleMrs W Harris visited in EchIols last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs John Boone visited in Ceralvo last Saturday and Sunday Miss Madie Park returned home from Louisville last Sunday after an absence of three weeks J T Hocker went to Louisville last Sunday to remain a few days on businessProf 0 M Shultz of Hartford spoke here last Sunday in the interj terest of the Y M C A Rev E D Boggess preached here last Sunday night City Police Reneer spent the dayj with his family in Centertown last j SundayMessrs D W Gwyn and J D Walker went to Louisville yesterday as delegates for the U M W of A where they will be in session for two weeks in conference with the coal operators to adjust a scale of wages for the ensuing year which begins- April 1st Messrs Lee T Millard- and Horace Pendleton are delegates from Williams Mines local Ed Mossbarger of Louisville was here yesterday Sam Jones of Hendersonwashere yesterdayR was up from Island yesterday Miss Mertie Williamsof Hartferd returned to her home yesterday after visiting Miss Isabel Fair for the past week John S Spence was in Central City today Nicholas Barrass of Taylor Mines was here today- I P Barnard of Louisville was here today W D Agan of Depoy is here at this writing M W Warner has moved his family here from Jingo Miss Sallie J Stanleyof Rockport is visiting hereNTRALGR March Again we have been made to realize that life is uncertain and death is sure Mrs Relda Bishop wife of Mr J M Bishop depart tied this life February 25 10 Jill services were conducted by Revs J T Casebier and L P Drake February 27th After which her remains were tenderly laid to resin the the Central Grove cemetery She was a member of Waltons Creek Baptist church and lived a devoted Christian life She leaves a husband three sons and a vast numbers of friends who arc bowed in arrow over her sad demise Vitula the rix ycar old child of Mr and Mrs S B Snell Cool Springs died of Scarlet fever February 22 and was brought here for burial on the following day Master Kirby Park who has had the Scarlet fever is convalescent D L Miller and fancily visited the family of C R Carson Williams Mines Sunday Miss Madie Park who has been in Louisville for the past three weeks returned home Sunday Mr and Mrs J P Miller and daughter Miss Laura were the fllmiIICASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Btgaatluo of BEST FOR THE BOWELSIn KPJoar nt of lh Roleatpblsleorviapoliobdaterem The kooplDtbeCANDY III CATHARTIC IIIL EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pltitat PiltttbU Pot nt Tail OooJ Da sampllau4boo4ltoohdtb Ieernea RMM4rC puiT ChlcM w New rtKEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN tBIG FOUR ITheBest Line to Indianapolis PeoriaI iToledo Buffalo I I a Ii New York I Boston j And all other points I Information Easti4 nished on application Ticket Office Big Four No I 259 Fourth avenue or write to 4 S J GATES A Genl Agent 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