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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 lIattf rbI t tttJtpublican u Fine Job Work a Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year F 1I VOL ZVIIHARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 24 1905No36I i ASOFE AT FORDSVILLE Large and Enthusiastic Gather IngImportant Resolu tions AdoptedI Narrows Ky March 21 Editor HAKTFOKU RKPUHLICAN There was a mammoth gathering of people at Fonlsvillu on the llth inst the occlusion being the regular meeting of the County Un t ion of A S of E The people gath ere from this and adjoining coun ties to the number of from 1200 to 1500 It was truly n gala day fo- t Fonlsville A large procession wan formed near Mitchels switch one mile southeast of town and proceed ed to town passing through the eas tern portion to the northern extremity Q beyond the Baptist churchthence up Main street to college hall where the business meeting was held The t procession was made up of several fourhorse wagons and several hun dred persons on horse back one the wagons currying a splendid ban- of music Leaders of the procession carried appropriately inscribed ban ners representing different phases of the objects and purposes of the a great A S of E t The large and commodious college hall was filled to its utmost capacity during the entire session which was very interesting and enthusiastic throughout Some very important resolutions were passed Notable among which was one unanimously passed directing each local union that grows tobacco to appoint a finance oq or executive committee of three to the end that sufficient loans may be secured from its own members tenable them to furnish financial ai to members needing same to hold their tobacco until the Lynchburg prices are secured the local union to have the assistance of County Fi nance Committee If needed M F SHARP Secy OAK GROVE March 2lWe are having some pleasant weather for the time of yearThe school at Oak Grove is progressing nicely Finis James visited Hartford Sat urday and Sunday Misses Hetty Ranney Myrtle and Mary James visited the school at I Oak Grove Friday I Mrs J A King is on the sick listBro Willis filled his regular appointment at Warrens Mill Sun dayMrs G W Martin is on the sick listG C Hocker and C L Stevens returned to their homes near Dee Lick Saturday and Sunday Misses Dale Norman and Blanche Miller visited friends Thursday- On last Wednesday evening at the home of the brides parents Mr J 1 W Martin was united in marriage to Miss Cleva Miller The bride is the daughter of C T Miller and the groom is the son of Esq G W Martin and is one of the countys best J young men M S Shultz who has been to Evansville with some logs has re turned E A Sanderfur of Manda visit ed Mr and Mrs J W Miller Satur day and Sunday Miss Loretta Hosey visited the family of Richard James Sunday P J J Jarnagin visited J N Embry Sunday A V LeacU and C D Barnes Visited theirhbmes near Prentis Sat urday V A V Leach and0 L Stevens at tended the burial O T Stevens at Liberty last Thursday Prof A E Sanfierf as secured aclass in instrumental muVc at Oak Grove 5 v Discharged Was Tygreft if 1Harry Tygrettcharged with quse was given an examining trial before Judge J P Miller Wed nesday After hearing all the eviI r dense offered by the commonwealth t a motion to discharge the defendant was sustained The parties concern r ItjV J t ed in thettintter live at Coffman and all were formerly and part are yet CompanyII busines3wanted some corn that was locked up and in charge of Ar B Coffman who had been discharged by the company from its employment a few day previous but had rented 1the farm on which the barn was lo Gated so he broke the door open and took it This was understood by Coffman to be in defiance of his rights and against the law of the Trgretts arrest and trial which ed as before stated TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Annual Meeting ofthe Education al Association Will be June 21 22 and 23 thd t is actively at work for the success of the next State meeting which will be held at the Mammoth Cave June 212223 He has just Sent out ht second circular which gives many of the details of the meeting All rail roads offer one and onethird fares and the Green river boats offer one fare for the round trip and the Cav hotel will give a reduced rate of 1 CO a day The cave agent will also give half rates which will be 1 for the short route and 150 for th long route It is expected that in addition to the largest attendance of Kentucky Stade t tendance of teachers from other States The program which is being pre pared will be most elaborate aridit f is expected that all sections of the State will be represented However President Winfrey is seeking the best of talent regardless of loca tionPresident Winfrey says the watchword of the meeting will be Normal Schools and the characteristic feature of the meeting it is expect ed will be the organization of teach ers into a federation or union with certain aims SMALLHOUS March 21Rev E D Boggess Beaver Dam was in our midst Sat urday and Sunday the guest of P B Saturday for dinner and Saturday night of S T Hunter He came to fill his regular appoint ment at Equality Sunday anrd at near an I returned to Hartford Sunday Arthur Hunt was the guest of his parents Saturday Percy Hunt who has been absent for sometime at Graham in busi ness is at home again to remain some time- Theodore Howell who has been quite ill of erysipelas is better Miss Arah Withrow is quite illof erysipelasH Hunt went to Rockport SundayJohn Withrow is very Ml at his homeand his recovery is despaired of by his friends Born to the wife of Fred Boone a fine girl Mrs Sarah Greer has been quite ill but was better when last heard fromBorn to the wife of Ed Cleaver a girlMr and Mrs C E Overton and David Oldham went to Falls of Rough last Wednesday Misses Jessie and Bessie Balls haveI returned home from a two weeks visit to their sister Mrs T B Igle heart Matanzas Judge S L Fulkerspn Rockport attended church at Equality Sun dayMiss Lelia Hunter who has been quite sick attended church at Equal SundayCharlie Kimbley went to Central City Tuesday rSM j FREIGHT CAR FAMINE Business Men Are Suffering in Louisville On Account of Scarcity Louisville Ky March 22The freight car famine which has been giving the railroad throuble in the East and North has reached Loui2 ville and is being felt here with great force One business institution yesterday placed an order for between fifteen and twenty cars and was unable to get a single one theytbut that Louisville is in better shape than any other point on the line Other roads are complaining of the shortageThe famine has been felt in the East and North ever since the open ing of the very heavy spring tarffic and in many of the big cities the roads have found it impossibleto get enough equipment to relieve the sit gallon Local railroad men attribute the famine to different causes Openingjin Blacks Browns Blues TwoTones Reds and fancy borders a big assortment at 198 Special prices on Lace Curtains- e Lot No 1 regular price 1 special price 79c lot No2 regular price 125 special price 98c Lot No3 regular price 200 special price- e 149 Lot No4 regular price 2 50 special price 198 We will also make special prices on all our Ribbons Dont fail to take advantage of this offer The prices made here are for that day only CARSON Co LION IN THEATER But King ot Beasts Became Aw ful Coward When His Keep er Swore at Him Tiffin Ohio March 21A large lion used in theatrical performance broke out of his cage in the Noble Theater late last night causing a stampede among the stage hand and actors For fully one half hour the king of beasts had the stage to him self before he was subdued and captured The curtain had been rung down on the last act and the large audience had left the house in blissful ignor ance of the impeding danger This fact alone prevented a fearful panic The humorous feature of the re capture of the big brute lay in the fact that his keeper managed to drive him into a corner by adopting the wellknown Arabic methodof swearing at the beast The keeper er swore in as many languages as he had mastered in his trips about the world and used some profanity more picturesque than literary in order to cow his his leonine majesty Notice to Democrats In each voting precinct in Ohio county Where a committeeman was not elected in November the present committeeman of such precinct is directed to call a convention to b held at the voting place therein o Saturday March 25 1905 for the purpose of electing a pecinct committeeman All Democrats are urged to attend these conventions on that day and select the most avails ble man for the place in each precinct On Monday following all the newly elected committeeman to gather with those elected in November will meet at the courthouse in Hartford for the purpose oi organizing the county committee and to transact other important bus iness At this meeting the time and manner of selecting candidates for the various county officers will be fixed Let us have a full attendance Respectfully T J SMITH Ghmn Co Ex Com By G B LIKENS Secy e Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN i a JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT Was Alarmingly Afflicted With- y La Grippe Cured by Peruna HON W H PARSONS I more la It W II Parsons U ExState Senator and ExSpecial Judgo of tho Supreme Court of Texas also BrigadierGeneral In Confederate Army In a recent letter from KS U Street X W Washington D C this prominent gentleman Upon the recommendation of personal Mend and manystrong leI monials as to the efficacy of Peruna la the treatment of the numerous symptoms of the grippe which I been afflicted for four months past 1 have been Induced to undergo a treatment with this Justly cele brated formula I feet a decided for the better litter using It only ooo It is especially good la toning ppthe stomach and has had II decided effect upon my appetite I therefore feel much laoiiuvgeil that 1 ass on the road to complete restoration My numerous Mends In Texas where I have had the honor to com mllYJlccepttbloa my for Its wonderful efficacy W H Parsons There is no remedy In the world that I moots the conditions la perunailoruna sedative mineral poison reward of 10000 has deposited In Market Exchange Colum guarantee the above testimonial genuine in possession authentic letters certifying to same Every of tes- timonIals genuine of one whose is llppendcdi GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Over the CountryBrief atf nesday at prices that are said to remain unchanged since the opening of the season Some of the say however that prices are considera bly better than before Christmas A man who a load Tuesday made the statement that he received nearly 2 a hundred more for a load of the same which he sole jutet before Christm f asIMiasorodoff of woundIIwho being arrested admitted I he was a revolutionist The Govern I or was shot twice and one of his I wounds is senousIFollowing in the footsteps of two of his brothers who committed sui cide Stanley Heaton of Latonina i killed himself by shootingIi beeheld September 1823 inclusive eith er in Louisville or Lexington The Kentucky Live stock Breeders AsI sociation has addressed letters to the commercial organizations of the two cities asking to offer the exhibitionIi Chairman George B Cortelyou has announced the appointment of Har ry S of Indiana as vicechair 1 Perunacures cases of grippethan all other remediescombined aayit wltti have change week part sold Gov soothes while It stimulates heals M it expurgates Peruna Is not a purgative or cathartic or or stimulant nor a vegetable or It hold man of the National Republican Committee Upon Mr Cortelyous resignation which will in a- few Mr New will become act ing chairman of the committee The conviction prevails in Cabinet circles Secretary of State Hay will never his duties but j will retire to private life His successor is likely to be Secretary of War Taft who is also said to Be President Roosevelts choice for the Republican Presidential nomination i in 1908 Witnesses called before the grand jury in Chicago to testify in the Beef Trust investigation will be guarded by secret men to reportVt A decided was sprung by the commonwealth yesterday in the hearing before Judge at Lexington on the question for bail for the Hargises and Callahan by the introduction of Anderson White a brother of Tom White who was convicted for the killing of J B Mar cum White swore that Judge Jas Hargis endeavored to get him to kill James Marcum James Cockrill Dr Cox McKinley Cockrifl and Attorney Vaughni M agedILouisville Wednesday evening and Jeffersonicounty her at the train and telephoned Mr Powers that she had arrivedsafely She is expected to remain nearly a reaches tho source of all diseases of the mucous membranes by its action on the vasomotor system of nerves grlppduringof PerunA No one need expect perfect recovery unless they do so Tho grippe has produced catarrhal inflammation oC goodhealthrestored to a normal condition This Peruna will do A great remedies have been suggested for this condition from time to time but Pernna appears to be the only remedy that has any substantial in these cases Ithas never failed to give satisfaction during forty years experience and still occupies the unique position of beingatho leading If not the specific rem edy for the aftereffects of la grippe Henry Dlstln the inventor and maker of all the band Instruments for the Henry Dlstln Manufacturing Co writes the following from Uti South Ninth street Philadelphia Pa j I had a bad attack of U grippe last December lasted more than threo months and which leftme with catarrh and several of my friends advised me to try Peruna I began with a bottle the first week in March and it certainly did me a great deal of good I was so well satisfied that I purchased another bottle saythaUtIf you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Pernna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your casoand he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 A been the Bank bus Ohio as a that is that we our the one our are and in the words the name Sources Items sellers than kind after them advantage- of New follow days that resume service sensation Parker many value only which week and will make daily calls on her son She is seventytwo years old This will be the first time she has seen her son for more than a year The father of Caleb Powers died af ter the latter was put in prison Notice to Trustees- I have mailed the necessary census blanks to the chairman of each school district in the county If they are not received in due time notice should be given me- JAMES M DEWEESE HERBERT March 21Messrs Arthur and i Everett Milligan went to Evansville last week and purchased a new saW- mill Mrs George Milligan and daughter of Deanfield visited relatives here last week Most of our farmers are burning tobacco beds- Thomas Massey of Whitesville visited at David Millers Wednesday Mrs Annie Haynes is quite ill with grip Rommie Spurriers house burned Friday He saved most of his household goods James Clark of Haynesville was here Saturday Geo Monroe of Utility moved to this place last week Peter Ford of Roseville visited at Willis Corleys Friday Harry Givens and family spent Sunday at David Millers Carl Floyd and wife of Scythia visited Mr Hardin Floyd Sunday Dave Miller visited relatives at Weber Monday Will Duncan and familyof Owens borovisited relatives here last week t W r ri eearcyexerg arrn vr nc x osres j r WEALTH OF FARMS Their Product For 1904 in 11 United States worth 4 d 000000000ii Astonishing figures are given by P F Hennigan chairman of the transportation committee of the Fruit and Produce Exchange in a it report on the wealth of the farms of the country says a Boston telegram j to the New York Press In review ing the increase in farm capital he 4Lcrts a conservative estimate would I t place the amount at 2000000000 f tand this apart from the changed l values in the last two years 1Mr Hennigan who is one of the 1 thettfanners reduced to figures lis not of startling His report has the indorsement of all the mem 1r hers of the committeeUwho unite in praising it as a conservative document t After a careful estimate of theDr value of the farm products for 1901 u I says the report made within the census scope it is safe to say it wi amount to 4000000000 after ex i cluding the value of the farm cropsN fed to livestock in order to avoid t duplication of values This is 965 per cent above the value of 1903 and 3128 per cent above that of t 3899 This unthinkable value aggregating 2000000000 shows that farms have produced in two years wealthexceeding the output of all the gold mines in the world sine Columbus discovered America This years product is more than six times the amount of the capital stock o all the national banks it lacks only threequarters of a billion of dollars of the value of the manufactures of 1900 less the cost of materials used is three times the gross earnings from the operations of the railroads andi it is four times the value of all th mineral products of the country The year 1904 the report states kept well up the average of exports of farm products during the time between 1899 and 1903 and amount ed to 859000000 while the aver age for five years was nearly S65 000000 Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their di gestions in good condition with Elec + tric Bitters S A Brown of Ben nettsville S C says For years my wife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicatedwith a torpid liver until she lost her strengthand vigor and became a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitterswhich helped her at once and finally made her entirely well She is now strong and healthy Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist sell and guarantee them at 50c a bottle mf Hot Springs ArkcThis great health and pleasure retort is best reached via the Iron Mountain Route Quickest schedule andsolid trains Pullman sleepers chair cars etc from St Louis or Memphis daily Now is the season to visit this great resort Low round- trip at rates liberal limits Handsome descriptive literature furnished free is For rates map folders etc call on nearest Ticket Agent or address It T G Matthews T P A Room dui Norton Bldg Louisville Ky tf Eagle Seized Little GirltIIIHIC IrnirlB I Uluni rr Sr I mil PIn1r liwJ JeRecently while a number of children were going hone from school a huge eagle swooped down upon them in the street near the so r roller mill seized Lou Reamers lit of tie girl aged 5 yearn andattempted to carry her away The hind ixl its talons in the childs shouldert t SCOlallJ Blairs son and other boys sprang to Cthe girls assistance and grasping to her clothing prevented the bird from carrying her away The eagle then soared oflY t When young Blair seized the child all the bird with its wings struck him a blow on the side of the head and l knocked him down The side of the t boys face is black ard blueIr t Before tree eagle made the attack the Loyi saw it sailing overhe- adJRbul W feet above tin ground- S uldtn y the bird cv eJ his wings a 1 1 to tile ti Till illil i DO YOU GET UP IeWITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybodywho reads the news papers Is sure to Know of the wonderful send made by Dr SwampRoot kidney liver remedy the great medi of the nine century dis after years of research by Kilmer the eml kidney and blad speclallst and Is wonderfully promptly curing lame back kidney uric acid trou bles and Bright which Is the worst form of kidney Dr Kilmer s Is not roc ommended for Thecures If you have kid ney liver or It will be found Just the remedy you It has been tested In so many ways work In private practice among too poor to pur chase relief and so successful In every case that a arrangement has been made by of this who have not it may have a sample bottle sent mall also a book telling mere about Root and how to find out If you have bladder trouble When writing lhlsenerous offer In this paper your address Kilmer N Y I regular fifty cent and nonwof swampRoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists IIDont make any mistake but remember SwampRoot Dr Kllmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton Y on every bottle dren attempted to flee As soon as the bird seized the little girl she screamedand the boys courageously turned back to rescue her The attack was within three blocks of the village school and in the thickly settled part of town eTo Consumptiv- ess undersigned having been restored to health by simple means off tel suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx ious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the willefind a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32ry From the Yellow Jacket Speaking of paradoxical terms whats the matter with Democratic statesmanship We should not be surprised any day to hear of some Democrat as serting that the spot in the sun is the result of Teddy and Booker Washington lunching together If the Kansas legislature fails to subdue the oil trust the old State might try ordering out one of her most reliable cyclones and putting it on the track of the octopus It has been truthfully said Many girls pass a forty dollar boy with a cent suit without a notice andsmile bewitchingly on a fifteen boy clad in a forty dollar suit In this country there are according to the census fiftyone girls to every fortynine boys Yet in spite of the census almost any boy will tell you that there is only one girlvThe recent blizzard was so fierce Atlanta Ga that one womans mouthwas frozen open That another argument in favor of keeping the mouth shut Colonel Bryan please take notice The Senate of the United States appears to be more jealous of its dignity and prerogative than solici ous of the welfare of its country in a question involving the ar bitration or the peace of the worldSl Mr Bryan says that the Republican R majority in the last election was large that it took away the sting defeat from the Democrats Sor knockIstruck him See Nothing will cure Indigestion that doesnt digest the food and give the stomach it rest It isnt necessary starve yourself in order to rest your stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia I Cure It will digest may quantity of of the wholesome food you want to Isl eat whir your stomach tastes a recuperates and grows strong Thistl wonderful preparation is justly en j tled to all of its many remarkable in cures Sold by X Wayne Griflin t Iat Bn in ors S MonzaBouehlBigeatnre off24 T HEAD COMBING IHow and When It Occurred Among the Darkies During Slave TimesII Many of us can remember the days of slavery says the SunSentinelone of the newsiest country weeklies in Kentucky We can remember th Uncle and Auntie of the oldI times and the negro children and itI is a pleasant memory for with very few exceptions here in Kentucky the slaves were treated kindly The negro children in those drays ever the freest human beings imaginable they had a better time according to the child idea than the white chil dren They were not required to attend school and until they were fieldsrthey had nothing to do but play The black mother as we remember andswas case would be a slave on another planta tion and they would not see him of tener than once a week But was one season in the year when th children would suffer great discom fort it was about the first of May sheep shearing time It was a jolt to comb the kinky heads of the chil dren and very little of it was done until about the season named Aunt Cinda had five children Tom Char lotte Harriett Charlie and Chane She belonged to the Ballard family After the weather began to get warm she would say Lookehere children Ise guyne to com yo heds puty soon After a week or two of continuous threats and when she was good and ready the trouble would begin The comb was of the kind used for combing the manes of horses thick and heavy She had to catch the children one at a time She placed the unfortunate between her knees and held him with a vicei like grip and such terrible screams as that little nig would utter we have never heard since but it was no use the combing went on Those that went through the or deal would help to catch the others where they were hid in the barn or ice house or other out of the way places Frequently it would take several days before the combing would be entirely over Each head would be twice as large as it was be fore and look like a brush heap Aunt Cinda would give admonitions that the heads must be combed every Sunday after that and it would be done for two or three Sundays but that would be the last of it until the next sheep shearing time How many of our older people white or colored can verify what we have said about Head Combing in the old slave time It is a remarkable fact that in the days referred to above the two races associated together much more in timately than they do now they were members of the same churches and the children played together It is also true that the idea of social equality was not thought of by either raceIOver 19 Hours Saved to Mexico By the superb double daily ser ice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line from St Louis to City I of Mexico through San Antonio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 p m and serIviceLow rates liberal stop over privi leges Now is the time to go For descriptive literature rates etc nearest Ticket Agent or T G Matthews T P A addressI 301 Norton Bldg Louisville u ANCIENT TREASURE Discovered in Burial Mound in I Jthe Everglades ofI d FloridaII II Crt Jr r 111IIt II Many rare gold and silver trinkets c Spanish make have been found in mounds along the coast par at Mound Key but that ati burial moundshould be discovered tho wonderful Everglades that e at present attracting the attention of scientists is not so much on account of the distance from the coast but because it is wondurfujy strange that such a spot as the iyv t mound discovered in the raw grass south of Lake Okeechobee should have been selected fora burial place illiisame ers in town on Tuesday and showed us many trinkets dug from this mound He informs us that Pool and him landes from South Bay looking for land highenough to grow garden truck They had proceeded three quarters of a mile through the saw grass when they were astonished to find a sand mound 100 feet in width How mysterydas too any conveyance to travel over it and it is evident that the sand must have been brought from the shore of Lake Okeechobee Upon digging into the mound a few feet the decayed skeletons of many human bodies were discovered I Mr Powers estimating that there thosre an n people were found many mysterious trinkets of gold silver copper glass broughtesome to town t him and showed them in the Press office These relics consisted of apiece of cathedral glass Spanish coins pearl beads white and blueI glass beads of various designs enough solid gold beads to form a large necklace from the size of a pea to that of a pecan nut one bead representing the head of a dragon a silver cross over two inches i length all handbeaten several silver shields large glass beads some in the shape of hearts a sickle of handi beaten silver with a mans head onI the handle a number of solid gold beads similar to those found at Mound Key and a variety of silver articles that are difficult to describe One of the most perfect articles is a solid silver ring with Roman letters engravedon the inside there being several letters and then an X fol lowed by several more letters and so on around the entire ring There are also several ornaments made of bone upon which were carved cranes j and parrots that bore a resemblances to Japanese work Mr Powers also has many other articles of silver which he did not bring in If it was the purpose of the Spanishcolonists or whoever they were to find a se eluded burying ground they certain ly succeededfor this is the last place in the world that one would think to select for such a purpose d Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Q U nrlvnlecl uslcnl B rlllltint I A ttractlvo Llnlnla II000 xbU1uU nlu 111111111111111X11111111111111111111 41111 TALKING OF BEARS Hunter peclares Wild Animals are Dangerous Only When Attacked rIn the Mountains of Wyoming I have hunted for year you can find sly kind of savage animal that you get in America except al ligators drizzles black brass and mountain lions are commonly killed there said Hugh Smverly of Shor klan Wyo to a Louisville Herald reporter Some of the oleo that come up those to hunt think that if they stir 100 yards from the cutup they must be armed to the tenth fur fear of being attacked by a bear or a painter and killed Theres a j hemp more danger of getting killed on account of leaving your gut at home when you go down to Marmot street Someone might shoot you on the street of a big city but it is dead sure that a boar or a lion will never attack you utilew you drive him to it Ive hunted through the tilt beat districts for big game in thtecountry and Ive seen a good many grizzlors but Ive never seen one of them Iorll after a man union ho was cornered or wounded If you rut into a griz zley bear in a lonely place youll hoar a grunt something like that ofa mammoth hog and then therell he a mighty crushing of underbrush as he makes off in the opposite diree ntion as fast as ho can go All you can generally see of a mountain lion is a tawny steak as ho makes oil at incredible speed If ho huts any intention of going after you it nllllt be his intention to go around the world and catch you in the rear for if you are standing to till onst ofj him he is sure to go duo woat Mountain lions in the wintertime will follow sleighs at a distance wailing as they go but there is nothing in that to inspire terror for I dont think they have ever helnI known to close in on any body Their terror of human beings is the which makes them hard to In all the time that I have been in the mountains I have never j heard of anyone being attacted by a wildanimal that has been left strictly alone But Ive known taco to be killed even by deer when the brute was driven to desperation Grizzlies are the best game in the world When you once get their darer up they are saveage fighters and the hunters life is in danger every minute unless he is a good shot and I has a steady nerve If you ever get Columbia f raphophones BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 97 SO to 100 65Qa1The Graphophono reproduces all kinds of muslo perfectly band orchestra violin ft1vocal and Instrumental solos quartettes S oho Is an endless source of amusement Clear OriginalLoud NI neplrlnjj r2nn5nwnwnwnni mountain wnnnn yIr14111111111111111111II11 r1111111111 COLUMBIAGold Records1111111111bi I1U111111p1111u11 IIl nln11 btlull n1111 within reach of the grizzlys r you are a dead one These ste of men killing them with knivi E handtohand fights are about reasonable as it would be to tall stopping a locomative by got in the way of the train If the follow gets a chance to deliver blow it is all over There Wi grizzloy up our way that cowboys called Big lien killed about 150 steers before was finally shot He would hn s steers neck with one blow and he would lift him up and Cl1rrI off to a secluded place On look awkward but they are im light an their feet and they beat any man in a foot race OAS XCnXADean tht 1N Kisd Ytt Nix ttlarn e Blgatand hLtU An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which 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secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY EN QUIRER Addre- ssEnquirer Company Cincinnati Onlu DeWltts r r Salv For Pile Burns Sores Grand Prize St Loulsj 1904 fmj ssxsxxvsww x swyw s Nsv NXSIWA UU UU US It u u I v n I Rich E G nturtnlningslptlvuting o itI R utwcuringurronrrnt ID cllghtfulIS uperlor xolhw onll inlnanulolu rrl- y1 125C l I IIIPU111111111 I11I1 II11111 1 1 r COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS c orInch 50 cents each 8 parr dozen10lnch Q1 catch Grand Opera Records n1udc 10 pcr In fc only 2 curl dozcnISend for Ixlant catalogues of machIneWit havo all tho ncwess nopur h1l3 Iarocorda gyllndora end dlses V CompanyII7II900 Grand PrizeLouis 1004 4 5 ii R STATE NICKNAMES Why Peaceful Citizens are Called Tadpoles Bugeaters and Other Things lionnr Itepublienn1 George Washington address before the Common of New York City in 1781 he said I pray that heaven may r its choicest blessings on that the devastation of war you found it may soon be trace that a wellregulated eficial commerce may i citizens and that your present that seat of set such examples of wisdom have a tendency to Union And from that day to York has been known as the State Back in early days before as a nation began to make somebody wrote a romance t ed it Las Ser as de 1 and somebody else 1510 In this tale a t queen called Calafin t kingdom called California an army of Auiazonians to dian Emperor of the Greel in defending Constantinople Eastern infidels This pagan queen was filled with Cortez the explorer of hud read and been impressed tale When he sat out upon dition of adventure his t thrilled at the thought of he was to acquire and thus f the land which he discovered Pacific Coast California I day to this it has been f Golden state and its been nicknamed gold It is an interesting matter vestigation this of how f the Union cause to be they are called today the 1iR which they acquired their nicknames and why their citizens are characterized more or less odious cling to them In other f are North Carolinians Heels citizens of Hovers Indianians Missourians Pukes HomnerjI It is recalling facts in answer In the first place the States which from took their names originally stream or mountain that conspicious feature of the and these had been ed by these Indians The State c5f Colorado for the river The word y red As a general thing do streams are clear limpet lied the blue of the heavens lures greet but when storms arise there is rolled v these disturbed waters j of ml sand Hence the Colorado was admitted titunion thuyear of the hence iU imnitesike the i nial State1 Its people d Rovers an opilhetic that jilin being by the Pike l fever f To Missouri named for i tin Indians called Big r and her people is attached hensible nickname of Puke dates back to 1S27 the the Galena lead mines bug people from all over the So many of these came souri that other Missourians gone on before ramarked state had taken a sudden Several years previous of 1therehad been a big exe these same mines that rise to the nick names of of Illinois or Tribe of Men Indian original of tho name A large party while steamer at the Galena t tusked Wherp ye going f hum was the reply the rejoinder of tho old t put me in mind of i do go up the river in the spawn and all return down the fall Thus Illinoisans Suckers The State is the Prairie State on sweeping land Just why Indianians Hoosiers is a matter that entirely settled In earlier world husher was a Y tern term for a bully and offered by some explanation of the term 1 PERIL THE HANDSHAKE glO Not I Dr T N Ilirsch of Chicago said The mot delicate perfume upon the hands In not a Mgn of freedom from germs and the most refined are not tee from dis ease of lungs or throat and the germs are has handlcdthehandkerdtiefofnneamict ul with a cold catarrh or consumption The breath one Inhales from the lungs of another may contain germsof disease You will not onlybe able to resist the germs of consumption but many thousands of cases have been known where persons who were suffering front Incipient or the early stages of consumption were absolutely cured by Dr fleeces Golden Medical DIs covcry It maintains a persons nutrition by enabling him to eat and assimilate food It overtones the gastric Irritability and symptoms of indigestion and thus the person Is II from thost symptoms of fever awcats headache etc which are M common An alterative extract like Dr PicrceV tootsoldenand herbs without the use of alcohol will assist the stomach In assimilating or taking up from the food such elements as are required fur the blood will assist the liver In throwing oft the in the svstem Do not some designing druggist to insult IlIttlIhcelice b olTerhllC you a remedy which he claims 1s lust as good because he made it np himself or ten chances to one you will get a medicine made up largely of alcohol which wilt only weaken the svstem- Dr 1ierces Golden Medical Discovery Is heartly recommended hevery person who has ever used It and It has stood the test of thirtyeight years of approval from people nil over the United States IRKI Dr Iierces Common Sense Medical Adviser Is sent free on receipt of emhIIlhlDr Pierces Pellets cure biliousness Others say that it is the result of n contraction of the question Whos yel Iowans Drowsy Ones are Hawkeyes because an Indian chief of that name once spread terror among travelers name abroad in his land Kansans have been Jayhawkcrs sioce the days of the Civil War when the guerrilla bands inaugurated a lawless method of warefare On the other hand us if to atone for this unpleasant epithet the state has been dubbed the Garden of the West on account of its great pro ductivenessDenizens of the land where the blue grass grows Kentucky are called Corn Crackers because a rail with this peculiar name is the game bird of that region Some times they are called Red Horses but nobody stems to know why When La Salle entered the Gulf of Mexico in 1682 he found the fort of St Louis und named it for Louis XIV of France and the surrounding territory he called Louisiana The inhabitants of this country orig inally were French and Spanish set tIers and their descendants even today are called Creoles To Henrietta Maria wife of Charles I of England and daughter of Henry IV of France both Maine and Maryland Ire indebted for their names The latter is Marys land The former was derived from Mayne the panty of the patrimonial estate of the French Princess People of this the lumber store are Foxes both on account of this animal and because the lives of many were pass ed the woods Marylanders are Crawthumpers i name applied to lobsters by fishermen Massachusetts is the Indian word for Blue Hills It is the Bay State because it was once the Mas sachusetts Bay Colony and the people are Beans on ccount of the favorite dish which every one knows is theirs To slay nothing of their knowing considerable more than beans is the popular conception Michigan irLake State the pee lIe are Wolverines Minnesota the North Star on account of the insigna of its seal Its people are Gophens the allusion being to the honeycomb condition of the state due to the numerous small bodies of wuterIMississippi is the Bayou State and its citizens are Tadpoles Ncbraskians are called Bugcaters because a bird so named and believ ed to be of evil omen by the rural population frequents that part of the country People living in Ne vada are Sage Hens in New Hampshire Granite Boys in Vermont Green Mountain Boys in South Carolina Wcasles in Vir ginia Beadles in Wisconsin Badgers New Jerseyitcs are Clam Catcher because this is the principal occupation of the poorer classes Ohioans are called Buckeyes because of the abundance of n tree by thjs name the nut of which beats a strong resemblance to a bucks eye North Carolians are called Tar Heels TlJis sobrfque goes j back to war times when the people I came out of the pineries to fight About the same time Tennesseeanss were dubbed Butternuts on ac count of the color of the clothes they wore Gun Flints as applied to citizens of Rlyjde Island goes back to the Dorr rebellion of 1812 when the arms of this old discription were pulledout from the garrets where they had lain used for years Texas is the Lone Star State because that was admitted into the Union and is still upon the Stat seal Beefheads the people are called since their chief occupatio- is cattle raising Alabamians are Lizards people of Florida Fly UptheCreeks in Georgia they are NutImegsThe people in Arkansas are Toothpicks which is a playful al lusion to the bowie knife that does such good service in that part of th country An old American ballad says Straight way leaped the gallan- Fingsby Into armor of Seville With a strong Arkansas toothpick Screwed in every joint of steel Oregon in the Webfoot country because the excessive rains in winter render its climate such as only a wcbfooted animal can appreciate The people are called Hard Case the explanation to be found in theI habits of the early settlers The stones of the Rock Creek I bridge at Washington D C are named after the avenues of the city The name Pennsylvania appears on the keystone of the bridges arch This fact is cited by some as the ex planation of why the State named after the most peaceful of all early American settlers is called the Keystone State But a better ex planation is found in the circum stances attending the singing of the Declaration of Independence Six colonies has cast their vote in the af firmitive six as opposed to theI measure John Morton represent ing Pennsylvania cast the vote tha broke that tie and by so doing he gained for his state the honor of b ing the Keystone in the arch of liberty Things You Ought to Know A bit of iron can be removed from the eye with a magnet Never rub the eye when it is affected If the particle causing the disturbance ion s the upper lid draw out the upper lid Reverse the action if the dir is on the lower lid A grain of flax seed often takes out a speck of dirt If tears flow dry the eye by wiping I it gently toward never away from I IIE above picture of tho niter mud fish is tin truik1 mark ASeuttsEuullsiuu- and i is the symmvm Strength and purity It is Rol ih ulinost nil the civilized coca tries of the globe If tho cod fish became extinct it would be ft worldwide calam ity because the oil unit comes from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing mid life giviug properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts Emul sion found n way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone can take it nndgut the full value of the oil without the objectionable taste ScQtts Emulsion is the best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people antI nil conditions of wasting and lost strength Stud for fret iimplc SCOTT UOWNE CHEMISTS 40941 1KAHL STUEtT NEW TOBitJ SOc nail flOO ill ilraggtiti lb = the nose If some one is at hand toI help let him roll the lid over the point of a pencil and remove the speck on a bit of cotton wound about the point of an orange stick or the blunt end of a hairpin If h child is injured or stunned by a fall or a blow take him at once to the open air Lay him that on his back the head slightly higher than the body Put cold water or ice about the head and prepare a hot mustard bath for the feet If the beel necessary to apply warm water to treatmentrshould be given to an adult though I the treatment can be more he role a child chokes turn him quickly 1Ifnot too gently upside down pat him sharply but not hard upon the back In case of an adult bend the body forward face downward ifethe obstacle will not come up jerk the arms above the head and force histI may the obstacle downward To pack the nose with cotton soak ed with lemon juice will relieve nose bleeding If the bleeding is not too severe a wash of lemon juice will have the desired effect A small syringe can be used to force lemon juice into the nose theI One of the quickest I mustard flour and plenty of warm water The patient should be made I to drink cup after cup of warm wn tel until the mustard has produced actionThe easiest way to relieve a fit of fainting is to lay the patient fiat up on his back loosen the clothing admit plenty of air using a fan if convenient and sprinkle the face with cold water A Destructive Fire To draw the fire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving a scaruse DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A specific for piles Get the genuine J L Tuckereditor of the Harmonizer usedtDeWitts Witch Hazel Salve in my Iteis the best salve on the market Every family should keep it on hand Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m To the West and Southwest California Etc Best reached via Missouri Pacific RySor Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo or Great ontFeb 21 March 21 1905 to Arkan sas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other western States Great oppor tunity for the investor or homeseek er Homeseeker round trip ticket on sale every first and third Tues days of each jnonth limited 21 days towlISouthwest Liemllimits and stopover privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missouri pacific Ry or Iron Mountain Route also personalI- ly conducted Tourist sleepers Tues day Thursdays and Saturday to California without change Descriptive literature snap folders etc furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearc t Ticket Agtsnt or address R T G Mat- thewsj T P A Room SOI Norton IBWg Louisville Ky tf j The autom bile seem to be tak i lag your place entirely remarked fortYOUate enough to use our hides for the finishingsPhilidelphiad Hows ThIs We otTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Cattarrh that cannot e cured by Halls Cattarrh CureF J Cheney1 Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have have I known F J Cheney for the last IX I years and bclievejhim perfeetlylion- orable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Walding Kinnan in vir whole sale druggists Toledo 0 v Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials Sent free Price 75I cents per bottle Sold by all Drug gistsITake HaWs CODI stipatioji m j a Y jAI Promotes DigcstlonChcerful ItOpium IApcness OF t I Facsimile Signature of 4NEW YORK t EXACT COPY OF WRAJ IL 3 of e Pile The Seller of the Age q Why HWIIIIM It cum cumil My nml at once It ftem the pangs ol living death All CHUM ol Illm can bitcartil liv iifaivlcnl operation liatjoa would rather have rUM enrel without th knife HAIUIIS POSITIVE PILE CURC will do It Made only by the LvltchUrld Ihurnmcul Co Inc For tale by J H Hartford Ky i VALUE MUST BE Abusiness education can be used every day and is therefore the best education obtainable Hundreds of graduates iu permanent positions owe their success to a course in We teach thoroughly and practically Bookkeeping Penmanship Business Arithmetic Spelling Commercial Law Banking Shorthand Typewriting Business practice Large Patronage Cheap Board Reasonable Tuition Write for catalogue Address COLLEGE EVANSVILLE IND OR HOPKINSVILLE KY iSTEY d S I FreeItrancrlOrOUR ITiMcfc fihol 11 AOERS I lSsiunM 077 o h 1t Il r I IurJ STEVENS AEM3 i TOOL CO I1 O Dot t 4- cmconas FALLS ntat cAt I CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho- Flgnaturo of CASTORIAFor The Kind You Naval Alway ghiit Bears Signature j i In FMI Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Harris Positive Cure Biggestt n i + WILLIAMS 1 BEOF USEFUL LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE 1 Correspondence LOCKYEARS BUSINESS ateessdf1 a vrdrIJtLiIULlrIt I I Work as good as the best and prices as cheap as the cheapest J Give us your order and be convinced When You Buy Spoons S katecsfotksctcbnyrtGa V iI w- ereu r If th do cwt n a r II They are worth the diirrieus U 84R06EflS S S- Is s the stamp ie insure t eti q aJityfoinoun for w s loy meal as a rywhn y Fur Catalogue cL dur4 Illwaken InUfKBtlanil 511ttr Cct Mtrfdin Com t +i 11Ia 1 + rr I + ++ tlSr + ryry YM i3dolHi J fEMACURA f httoJ FUltA4LMlA A slgete trod 4111rarln r tit m krptlcul of It nmnr ml i rncalu cirrnttv tovr ni blush only titheLIitIt1ELitttttfllIttI fr I cl FnriuilKliy i J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky t 4+9++4itiih F + MH ++++T ++ildi FI j Frtiaii +++tt43ratl + + w- a ord yr I r t i Hartford Republican I COIIIIRD1I ICt tOIlIIIOHIUtor t JZLcrnOCc Curnblc5Ii7xoueh =11 t FRIDAY MARCH 21 I iREPUBLICAN TICKET I FOIl laUKKSKXTATIVK I i iCHARLHSBRARD FOU COUNT JIUMIB t W B TAYLOR IaaKIi TTOIIXHIi 1 K M WOODWARD t FOIL 11111111111- 1RB MARTIN FOU JUlUR OSCAR MIDKIFF FOU SOIBIIINTBNDBXT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DuWEESE POI tR5ltySon- SAM W LEACH FOU SFUVBVOIl NATHANIEL MOXLEY Ion cOlloxmIJEROME ALLEN FOIl MMMSTKATi- Up nrf nntboriMl to SIIKMIM JOIN M SliriTZ n H MinilUnU Inr tW osier nl 1181I tratrul tilt Croww W dbtrtetubjet to tb w tloaot Ur ItopnUlMD I MJ- VntvnutlMiriHNltol itMitxv MACK COOK Me n Nndltltlr for tMtk of Miitflstmtr ivl the Inmiwdl dtrktublat to tlw action ot IIiralillmii IrtVV esMSnthorlrwltn nanwnret r Mil llll Mono llrnnrh n r rnBdtdntv fnr the o- fiitilasUtratvotf the Cromwell dMrirttal Irtt to the art Ion of the Itrimlilknn lrrty I KUUOPATKIN is not a very apt batter but he has broken the record sus a base runner IT is significant that Senator Smoot was not urged to address theI recent Congress of Mothers THE Japanese did not hesitate to take the Russians at their word when they said the war was not oerI resignationI resign while there was yet something Itoresign from I IK THK Czar of Russia would send those Grand Dukes over to the bat tle line a lot of trouble at home would be avoided IK THE Russians continue to re treat northward it may bt that they I will make some valuable contribu ItiOI15 to science in the way of Arctic explorations lx VIKW of the fact that a Minnesota Matron is a grandmother at i thirtyfour Dr Osier may change I the chloroform period from W to a younger period PR DOWIE declares that he can i raise the dead but as yet he has not done so probably because the sheriff keel him busy trying toi rake moneylTHE new Russian commander is i named Nicholas Xichaelaievitch They Czar should know that it is too late to scare the Japanese with such jwbreakingr orthography justii of from smoketwentyone years age lag cigarettes A commendable law I L counjtre CIT B J EWE star witness in the JenWhite trials for the mur I jt der of J B Mammi is again in tIidence at the hearing of thmotion tofthe Hargises and company for bail at I xington Capt Ewen has proven to bo a thorn that stays f long I I oftI her daughter ami the presump that in the course of time the 1lIltl women will become mothers Y a full grown rival for the How old is Ann What I relation will their children blto ItIN AN interview with a staff corj A respondent of the Cincinnati Enquir thejCoington procure a ree tence in the penitentiary for the murder of James B Marcum says he is certain that he will not be giv en n rehearing but will endeavor to get a pardon soon after he is take to the penitentiary In the light of the Governors pardon record Tom mie is in line for a pardon if it is thought that his vote is needed i Breathitt Tilt Breckenridge News says President Roosevelts highest ambition is to be like Washington and Lincoln as near as he can Now if the men who hold the offices in this country and those who are seeking them would emulate Mr Roosevelt troubles in our land and country in steadof increasing would grow less Emulating President Roosevelt is th i highest standard of American manI hood and citizenship to our mind i The Presidents own words are that he will try to make a good President I for all the people hence of course i he is trying to be like Washington and Lincoln MAJ WM WARNER was elected to I the United States Senate from Missouri I last Saturday a few moments I before the Legislature adjourned sine die His election broke a ded lock extending through the entire session Warner was a compromise candidate the long drawnout fight having been between Niedringhaus and Kearns leading different factions of the Republicans Maj Warner is in perfect accord with the PresidentI the questions of vital i the country and his election is therefore j especially fortunate His advent into the Senate will mark the f close of an unbroken Democratic i representation extending over nearly half a century In Memory Of Miss Grace Park the youngest j daughter of Henry and Hannah Park of Andersonville Ky j Grace was born May 17th ISiS Fell asleep February 24th 190o age 26 years 9 months 7 days She was one of those lovable creatures that makes this old world better and brighter because of her life T know her was to love her Sham comverted and joined the Methodist church in the year 1902 andI lived a faithful Christian until she left us for a brighter and better world Grace was always delicate but shIwas not tired of life and desired It live if it was Gods will She said tone a few days before the summons- came I want to be resigned to my Heavenly Fathers will and whe the call came for her she slipper- away from us and she was not for God took her Blessed thought oneI to be with the angels gone to meet Him who redeemed her gone to HnI 1whoseThank Godsthen we sorrow not even sis others which have no hopei Grace leaves this side the river- a father and mother a sister and two brothers besides many other rela lives and friends who hope to join her when the surges cease to roll 1iWe shall meet to part no never on the resurrection morn Then loved eras think not of her as dead but asleep Asleep in Jesus bloused sleep from which none ever wake to weep but the home is lonely since she went away How we miss her She was always ready to take b- urHumorsJill impure matters which the skin jAre kidneys and other organs can take care of without help there it an accumulation of them They litter the whole systemCPimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of indigo tion dull headaches and many other troubles are due to them i Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tone nudJinvigorate the whole system I Lid salt them on my lands to that I 1IhISnrsapnrln prsmtscs to curo and kcur the Fremleot den and care off of mother Kind and gentle ever ready to share the sorrows and joys of others even ready to lend n helping hand whenever she was needed but God knows best Then farewell Grace till we meet again A few short years of evil past Well reach the happy shore- n Where death livided friends at last Shall meet to part no more J W C T nBEDAMarch 22 Several from here at tended church at Nocreek Sunday Miss Clara Ellis begun her school Monday with a good attendance Thomas Maple left Monday for Illinois where he will engage in farming L B Tichenor has moved to his property recently purchased of Virgel Shown i Rev Cantrill will preach at Shine kle Chapel Sunday IHeuben Leisure and family gUl of Dr and Mrs wenI Stewart Saturday and Sunday Miss Clara and Ethel Bennett went to Hartford Monday I Little Miss Lucille Pirtle Hart I guestII week Shaclrach Greer returned from Beaver Dam Sunday Walter Parks left for Sutherland Monday where he will work for Edgar Bohem several Mrs Tula Chinn monthsI Saturday and Sunday ents Mr and Mrs S A Bennett I Plummer Bennett and family spent sterol days with L B Tichenor Mr and Mrs W C Ashby spent Sunday with S1 Bennett oral fancily I Little Miss Flora Hoover Creek Parks is visiting her uncleBunteltsII Mary Parks spent Tuesday Ilisswith Miss Clara Bennett A S of E met here Thursday night with a large attendance and much interest manifested I S A Bennett went to Hartford j Saturday i RDMINISTRATORS SALE i Wednesday March bypublicI farm of the late Joe Read j Shultz deceased near Little Bend Ky all his J personal effects con SsCows high Grade Stock HogsnCorn May and Oats1Jr Farming Implements of all kinds Household and Kitchen Furniture ml fact everything found ond EiOhio or Butler counties t This is the opportunity of a lifetime to get just E what you want just at right season of the yearTERMS 1 OF SALEAll amounts under 10 E cash 10 and over 9 months time with approv 4 ed security and 6 percent a interets from dane 4i RememberWEDNESDAY a at 9 oclock a m sharp I JOHN H BARNES AdmrI Logan Sallee Dead Logan Sallee died J ond y at his E his mome on the Miller farm nearI Grove tuberculosis being the immediate cause of his death I andIford He had been sick since the j I first of January He leaves a fami j The interment took place at the a Central Grove cemetery Tuesday j JONES iIt March 20Misses Ella anj Lula I were the guests of iiiI Mary t II Hedden I Mrs Sherma Rusher visi 01 Mrs NRolliehis iiusins Sunday I M sKaanl Lua T is tnter Famed a number of their friends I AjjersIf pure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly know Sarsaparillathe health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years A doctors medicine AyerRarnpenl4cine In wnrltl Inr iirrroiiinvst MT cure U Ifnittiiitit mill l cAitunt thank von riiittulK MR Dtlli McMKLL Newark SJ fIM n total J C AYfRUt All 111 Main dreotfor Poor Health Laxatlvo dosos of Ayors Pills each night greatly aid the Sarsnporllla un u Saturday night Those present were Misses Golda and Helen Head Mary Redden Messrs J H Johnson David Falls Oscar Johnson Jim Odell Henry D Crowe and Joe lied den Mr und Mrs Grant Rusher were the guests of Mrs Polly Ann Forbes Sunday ofliMessrs J H Johiwon David Falls and H D Crowe were the guests of Joe Redden Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Billie Mitchell wore tho guests of Mr and Mrs E lied den Sunday evening Herbert Wirier of Foraville visited his brother J D Wither Satur night and Sunday OLATON March 20I have not teen any writing from this place for sometime I will try and give you a few itemsIparents D C Allen and wifeRosine last Sunday John Miller and wife Friedaland visited Mrs Millers parents Win Lyons and wife Sunday Mrs Dulla Park who has been very ill we are glad to say is slowly improvingJ is quite ill Born to the wife of W B Me Danielon the 19th insta boy Dr S Bean attending physician Quite a crowd from this place attended I church at Mt Yemen last undn Will James Caneyville was in town today Miss Lillie Felix has accepted a J in C N McDaniels store i E P BARNES BRO 1 s u ji Farmers Farmers t l t The preparation for spring seeding has begun to sr demand your attention Plows Marrows Collars Backhands Traces lames anl Hridles are now on sale in good reliable materials at thu lowest possible prices Owing to tie death of It II Alls a tin who hits been closely connected with us ill the r Implement business we will have for solo Henry 5 F Mounts one and two hoiosteol Plows Olivers g E Chilled Hicaking Plows Superior Corn Drills und tj Disk Harrows and there is no implement on the market that boars a hotter reputation for good ser I + vice ami perfect operation Come to us Ululn + will take great plcaisure in showing to you the J merits of those goods c d 1 1n Fertilizers for the 2rr C nounccinent that we tie diMtributors of the eelsi 4 i bratitl ll re Shoe Pmnds of ortHiTEurs for all J 4 rulanti the Homestead Tobacco Growor tilt I t4 highest gnule of Tolwcoo FurUiixoivs on tho mark j- j y YCct good for tobacco but produces thu most satisfac o tj tory results on all cnips Iso itun nil garden 4 products also Cabbage anti Potatoes and the re It fsuits will oncouragt you to its further use as p ROWE Sr MORTONep4Centertown Ky Will also carry these goods in stock at their ware 7 rooms and hereafter will be the solo distributors f 1 of these brands of Fertilizers in their immediate territory J tBeaver Dam Ky crc L 7tr I44N444V f JNaritJV 1Ja I JV J fT vwMARTIN LONG At the Economy Store BIG OPENING ON Saturday April 1 1905 The above late is the time set tin our Spriuu Opening an l Exposition of Mil FurnishingitOlserything that will make your homes look nice in tie good old pl We will carry a big line of Shoes from the Ietors Shoe Co who took thu premium at the great Worlds Fair also from cfelx Schwab it Co Chicago Wo have just re ceived a new line of the latest styles in Neckwear for ladies which you will find not only attractive but cheap Still Selling at Actual First Cost Remember we still hire big bargains for you in the stock purchased front Mrs Sara Collins Sulith11o can and will sell you tluso goods at actual first cost This stock comprises many elegant articles just as good and useful as they over were antf the saving to you in price is a big considiration Wo invite tho farmers to bring us their Wool Feathers and Eggs for which we will pay the highest mar ket prices We ask the public to call anti 1 ct our stock fur big Values AVo want your trade and will lose no opportunity to get it Remember our opening told be sure to be present on Saturday April 1 MARTIN LONG as Hartford Ky tA I r llV Wu BARGAIN DAY On Saturday April I- Wo invito the ladies of Hartford and vicinity to our annual spring opening of Millinery Dress Goods White Goods Silks Ribbons and Embroideries To innko this occasion ono of extraordinary interest we will make lit a grand BARGAIN DAY throughour entire establishment Our Millinery Department- Will bo ono of interest especially to the ladies We will follow our usual custom of showing the very cream of style at very lowest prices Wo dont ask you to buy but como mill see our Hats The styles and prices will do the rc5- tDress Goods Tho prettiest line of Mohairs Sicilians Panama Moths etc that it has ever been our pleasure to show No truly can look through our stock without being forcibly impressed with quality and price You will show us quite a favor by coming and looking through our goods or writing U3 for samples Silks and White Goods An attractive line ojeach suitable for either waists are suit Uomembor in Silk you buy the 19 inch Too quality for G9c Our line of White is too varied to go into details but its su Ill noodsI say that you get them from oo lo oOo a yard the latest spring weaves J BargainsI5c and IOc Basement Dont by tiny means fail to visit this department Brim full all the timu of useful articles that no household can do without You will bo surprised to find so unity things you Imvo been pitying from I 20e to 55u for that art hero for onlytie und lOc Como look through the goods speak for themselves AT The Bargain Belief tJI W The City Restaurant Cannot iiUord tube outdone by its larger neighbors in cutting t prices so it ciders the following unucardofbargains for the balance of this year A 50e Quart of Oysters for Half a Dollar A 25c Steak Meal for a Quarter A 2no Fish Meal fur a Quarter A tOe Bowl of Soup for a DimotA lOc Hot Lunch min a Dime f A 5o Cup of Colleo for a Nickel A 5c Sack Hot Peanuts for a Nickel A 5c Cup Hot Chocolate for a Nickel This is only a pointer to the hundreds of bargains as every timing goes in the same proportion Como early and avoid the rush Subscribe Now ifMA1J1IAAA PRBB TUITION Two Weeks Free Tuition in the Owensboro Business University Individual instructions from a large and r competent faculty Every Graduate se cures employment Free membership in + the Y M C A gymnasium and library Write for full information I A M FISHER Pres l Irre I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 24 Illinois Central RallroadTlmeI Nor l1 IIiiiiiul Sol3III rlll in Vn l72iiiiUi III Nil t02iiii1iiii Klllllll ItllMllll No Ill illlfll1l 111- 11SllII dn69 y II I Nu till dnrSJ3 m The newest in Belts are at Fairs Go to M T Likens for Seed Potatoes 39c buys the G0 r School Umbrella at Fairs j Attend our opening Saturday April 1 CARSON Co Ladies readymade Muslin Under wear at Fairs nnqlMoore Crabtree have Seed Swe- eIotatoes for sale Dont fail to see our display of Spring Fabrics CARSON Co For the late things in Ladies Neck wear call at Fairs- Housekeeping made easy by visit ing FairsSc and lOc basement Mr Oscar Flener City visited relatives in Logansport Sunday James M DeWeese and G Davis Royal were in Owensboro Monday Sherilr Cal P Keown went to Elizabethtown on business Wednes day Go to M T Likens for all kinds of Find Seeds also Flour Feed nnd Grain Hon M L Heavrin went to Ow ensboro Saturday returning Wednesday You will loon well if you wear on of our Spring Suits CARsoN Co Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf Why pay 20c to 35c for Embroid eries when Fairs show them at lOc and and 16eIand 35c value Miss Blanche St Clair who is at tending school here called to sei us Wednesday Miss Olive Carson has accepted a position as milliner with merchants j at Washington Ind Oran Wallace and wife Central j City visited Mr and Mrs Sam Barnett Saturday and Sunday I Bring your Eggs Chickens Geese and Ducks to M T Likens Hart ford He will pay you cash Warren Taylor of near Beaver I Dam is here taking treatment un der Drs Taylor and Stanley Silk fur Shirt Wnists or Silk Waist Suits for Easter are the thing Fairs show the choicest line r Pretty line of Mohairs Secilians and Panama Cloths for Ladies Skirts or Shirts Waist Suits at Fairs No lady can afford to come to Hartford and not visit Fairs oc and lOc department in the basemant Fairs White Goods and Ginghams should interest every lady New styles fast colors and low prices i I Mr C P Austin Beaver Dam I was the guest of his sister Mrs Wayne Griflin the first of the week T Wade Stratton who is attend ing the Southern Normal school at Bowling Green is visiting his par ents this week i Dr E W Ford attended the meeting of the Daviess county Medical Association which was held at Ow ensboro last Tuesday Mr E P and Miss Fannie Barnes are in the Eastern Markets purchas ing spring goods for Barnes Bros store at Beaver Dam Mr Wayne Griffin proprietor of the Griffin Drug Store has installed i in his store two modern floor show i cases and a new prescription case I Mr and MrsJ T Moore Mrsi S J Wedding and Mr and Mrs C E Smith attended the BenHur play at Louisville the first of the week 10Mrs W T Woodward left loss day for San Angello Tex where she Clayo ton Woodward for several weeks Misses Mattye Mosley Edna Hud son and Venla Wright college stu dents were pleasant callers yester day I IMisses Annie and Katharyn Collins Moseley went to Louisville Wednesday to see Ben Hur They will remain in the city about a week Mr E L Bullington left Tuesday for Rison Ark where he contem plates buying a form with the view of engaging in agricultural pursuits in the near future Hon H P Taylor will address a public meeting at the Y 11 C A rooms next Monday night on the PunishmentsLa er Herman W Davis Temperance Evangelist Louisville willaddress the men and boys at Court House at 280 oclock p m next Sunday He comes under auspices of the Y M- CA TilE REPUBLICAN and UptoDate Theta 300page argument why farmers should come to the front all for GOcts Address TilE REPUBLICAN Col C M Barnett arrived from Louisville the latter part of last week to be with his wife who is still very ill In his absence from his of ficial duties Mr James P Thomas chief assistant is in charge Our New Water Mill No2 is now open for business Will be glad to have our old customers and as many new ones to call and see us Bring your Wool We guarantee satisfaction Thanking you for past favors J W FORD Dr A B Riley who has been at tending the Louisvillle Medical Col lege for the past six months arrived in town Tuesday He was joined at Beaver Dam by Mrs Riley who has atev Attorneys E 11 Woodward and H P Taylor went to Rosine Wednesday to take deposition of Chas Wilson in the suit of Ansel Wilson against the I C R R Co It is thought that he will be unable to attend the trial and his opposition was therefore taken Reports of serious trouble between James Sallee and wife and family particularly a twelve or thirteen year old girl of Mrs Sallee by a former husband of the Matanzas neighbor hood purporting to have occurred about a week ago have become cur rant To what degree of seriousness the trouble really was we have been unable to learn but as a result of it Sallee has left his wife and his whereabouts is not known- NOCREEK March 22The health of the com munity in general is good with a few exceptionsB and James Hud son are sick Mrs William Tanner and son are in Owensboro visiting relatives William Ward went to Anderson ville yesterday Mrs Taylor Baird and daughter Miss Nannie Beaver Dam are visit ing here this week Mesdames James Park and Fannie Taylor Hartford attended church here Sunday goingtoAndy Rowan has moved to the Shinkle Chapel neighborhood countyhaspurchasedQuite was given lastFridaytheir 41st marriage anniversary and the formers Lath birthday All the numbering made it quite a pleasant event- J P Foster and David Moreland are in Owensboro Miss Liles will begin her MondayMrs Ambrose Miller are having a grist mill erect willbeBennett Jesse Foster spent Sunday here with frjends andIMrpartners and erect a large store in East Nocreek License to Wed The following permits to wed have been grunted by County Clerk M S J reportEage 23 years to Eva Gray Centertown age 27 years M S Gather Strove age 23 years to Ada Ha eKvoxI Olaton ttge llyeaid i 1yi i1t JCdY naOrJ J Nw0So7N ONQQAa0A 31 4- A 44 Spring I 4 44 44 Greeting 44 br 4 Spring is just blooming So is our stock of Cloth 4 4 ing Shoes Hats and Furnishings We have now It opened a large line of Suits for men which are made it t6q4 4 lo bseasted an military cuts This will be all the b 4 go thislsu miner Anyone who has worn our Ster j I 411 ling Clothes will tell you that they fit and wear as j swell as any tailormade Suits which you pay 25 per 9 W more for the sameTO guarantee these Suits 6 Cto give perfect satisfaction We can give you an el bI 4 JA cgant brown suit for only 750 the same you pay j 1250 for elsewhere We can also give you a nice j C 4 mixturecolor Suit that would surely appeal to you iK 41 for 000 and up bIo 41 bIo 4Mens Furnishings EtbIoq A SWELL SHOE IOur American 4 made in all t1 leathers and- o 41 styles PRICED 00 lentloman Shoes for i Wren are classed a m o n g time finest i Shoes oil the murkiet Every pair ist9 i UOurBrown and Black a jj Hat that eveiyono U admires will make tit you look perfect with 9 thestyle These we aro selling at 125 150 and i 11 175 each We have Also received largo tndol i j Hosierye4 u 4is now on sale If you want a nice neat Shoe one = 4 that will fit your foot and is made of gool material bIo 49 at a low price dont purchase eh ewhtHj until you i 41 bIt 45 have seen ours t 41 o 9s44Yours for Barga11 s os Sam BachJ41 Hartford Ky fi 9N YVV WV VYY V Y YVY 7W TAKE THE REPUBUCANgj fJrfJ r r rcCJtar1 i Its an III Wind That 4 r Blows Nobody Good 1 i 4t While we lose money by closing Suitstr Glovestof winter goods 1 t You are the Winner 4 evenijT TT Dont forget to examine our btu j a gain table Prices tall and roniein 3 4 her we do not add any bad accounts r- v u our prices as all credit houses must dosII + We sell for cash and snve you A money 3 E n The Brown MercntLon- qf 1 4tMcHenryCs Ito r t 14 4 er u Z t 1IOOtil lx 1r II aI s+ fee 4 saike 1 rCENTURIESOF WAR I iHaveWaged About Mukden the i Sacred City 01 China i I Mukden into which the victorious S j Japanese hosts have marched is I known as Chinas Sacred City th- i cradle of the Manchu race which c l has given the present dynasty to the I capitat 4vincesof Manchuria and is situated j on the River Hun about 500 miles northeast of Peking- HistoricallyI Mukden is invested 1 with a peculiar interest just now for the fierce warfare between Rus i I sia and Japan which has reached its climax in the capture of the city I brings into prominence the fact that for thousands of years the place has been one of the worlds central bat 1tiepoints The blood of tens of of warriors has stainedy the plains about Mukden and the ranges of the Long White Moun I tainsAccurate data is hard to obtain concerning the early Chinese or Mongolian history but it is known ror a certainty that Mukden was a settlement long before the birth ol Christ In 3000 years it is estimated that 5000000 men have fought with each other for possession of the an cient city and that a score or more of the most noted battles of the Orient have taken place in the im mediate vicinity The city was strongly fortified according I to the standard of oldtime warfare adopted by the Chinese j The fortifications are laid in regular t parallelograms between one and two miles each way the walls being built of squared stone or brick thick and massive at the bottom and tapering gradually at the top They are 40 feet in height 21 in width and are pro tected at the top by an eightfoot y parapet Thick buttresses break the monotony of the long lines of mason ry at regular intervals Fifteen hundred years after Christ was born when Mukden was one of the most important trading points of the North Nurhachu the great ancestor of the Manchus had his seat of government south of the Long White Mountains about 100 miles east of Mukden In 1616 he t took to himself the title of heaven decreed and declared waron China An army of 200000 was sent against him and the Chinese historians relate that none returned Nurhachu assembled a tremen f dous army before the gates of Muk t lien and in 1621 the city was cap tured after an awful loss of life far exceeding that which marked the tattle between the Japanese and Russians if one must believe the an cient chroniclers According to their accounts all prisoners wore prompt ly beheaded In 1644 the Manchus marchers intot China and placed one of their number on the throne and a Manchu has uled there ever since wallIwe the holy of holies of the peer It is said to contain some ting relics of Nurhachu This oat according to KRend wail sup r of iiturally born and throughout his ireer displayed all the attributes of iivine origin Another legend hast t that the great ancestor of vlwichus was of humble birth and law his first visit to Mukden in the Character of a peddler with a pack In his back This pack and the lOOts worn by Nurhachu are sups iKMed to be preserved as sacred relics within the walls of the palace Rut tho peddlers puck and boots are not the only objects supposed to be guarded in the palace Since the eBtabllshment of the present dynasty an it lull been the outturn of the court of to send every year to Uukden 6000 000 tncls to be stored three Calcu ed 1 latinjf at this rate the treasure must Ilf by this time have readied the onor mou sum of 1200000000 tacls for the reign of the present dynasty over a vast territory of jot provinces dates back 200 y ara Olflveln1nlle terrible fighting of the last few weeks between the Russians and Japanese It is Situated in a pine t r grove which is djI11den lore i sacred than ihlfiiy itself So su dthe jinlmiro surrounding this tomb that death is the punish ment of any one entering who is not of the same race as the great ancestor The tomb of Nurhachus son and successor Tai Tsung lies in a grove of cedars north of the city and is equally magnificent in its d sign Catarrh a Diseaseof- s System Peruna Cures Catarrh Wherever Located Catarrh is a systemic disease cu ruble only by a systematic treatment A remedy that cures catarrh mu aim directly at the depressed centers This is what Peruna doe Peruna immediately invigorates the nerve centers which give vitality to the mucous membranes Then ca tarrh disappears Then catarrh is permanently cured If you do not receive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Colum bus Ohio Sunflower Philosopher AtchUon Inut tllobeJ A drunken man in a sober crowd is particularly awful A man has a right to have the blues but he has no business having themIn pool and everything else the balls seem to roll for an expert It isnt luck its skill The Japs must have had a lot of Rough Rider regiments and every member a Bat Masterson We have never known a woman past 50 to be so foolish as to monkey- swith a chafing dish Where does an owl get its reputa tion for wisdom It carouses all night and does nothing in the day time Say what you please a man who chews fine cut tobacco considershim 4 self superior to the man who chews piugcThere are persons in the audience who are better than a preacher but you would never think it from the scoldings they get It would be interesting to listen at the keyhole when a preacher visits Jiis former flock and calls on Jhe preacher in charge to talk the flock overA remark the averave woman makes every evening to her husband- as he silently reads his paper or dozes off in his chair Well I must say you are not very enter tainingToo man decide that they cant do anything without a pull without influence As a matters of fact good work and good char acter will beat any other pullon earth SLikoFinding health is like finding monIev8O think those who are you have a cough cold wire or chest irritation better act promptly like W C Barber of Sandy 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 I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption b Coughs and Colds Greatest sale any cough or lung medicine in theE world At V Wayne Griffin Brc store oOe and 100 guaran ee Trial bottle free mB NEW LOCOMOTIIGm To Run 100 Miles An Hour t- Oil Used as FuelsIyThreeI and at the rate of 100 miles or more hour is the capacity of n locomotive which has been orderI u by the Southern Pacific railroad it does all that the maker prom for it this locomotive will revo n lutoionizo transportation This lo I comotivu or really powerhouse on wheels is entirely different frontA anything now in use of- tmg it will be less than one IIUWgine Fuel oil costing hut throe G fuIelchine is known xs the fourstroko cycle ThTi U a uprossodair reservoir fruri v1ich th power is obtained for starting This gives n the piston its first stroke when it takes in the air alone at atmospheric pressure and temperature The second stroke compresses the air and raises it to a temperature of about Tiethird stroke is what is known as the working stroke The oil is spraying into the hot air the amount being regulated by the governors During the first part of the stroke the com bustion of this oil is carried on at a constant pressure from a period that is regulated by the governors Dur ontpericdssprn part stroke is practically an expansion with transference of heat and the fourthstroke exhausts the gases By tho Tonic Routo The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipation Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m About St Patrick- Ilttlmrn UIpntcbl His baptismal name is said to have been Sucat Little is known of him He was born at NemthurtNemthur Scotland is now Dum bartonCHe was born in 396 and died in 469 His father was a deacon Culpurn iusIn 411 Patrick was captured by the Picts and sold into Ireland as a laveyAfter six years he escaped this slavery and devoted himself to the conversion of Ireland Then he prepared for the priesthood entering upon his mission about 25 It was in the year 441 that he was consecrated a Bishop Of his writings there were his confessions and an epistle One prominent authority says that the only thing actually known of him is that he existed And not a word as to his greatest deed of effectually fixing matters so the sons of Emerald Isle cannot see snakes Got Off Choap He may well thinkhe has got off heap who after having contracted constipation or indigestion is still able to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do this but Dr Iings New Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache constipation etc 25c at Z Wayne Grif fin Bros drug store guaran teedmlave Worked Long for Freedom Located in the vicinity of Back one Bidge are two places of historic interest says the Shelby Sentinel Near the Southville Pike stands an old stone house its exact History or age is not known but it is believ ed to be the first stone house built in this section of Kentucky Oil its walls but nearly obliterated now are marks of bullets and many in dentions which are supposed to have een made by Indian s- Under the ridge is the famous ack Done Mill Tunnel The strange origin of this tunnel is as follows fan years ago the nun who owned ack Bone Mill and the surround land found that to use his ill to advantage would necessitate digging a tunnell through tho ridge crockslHeoin if he would dig the tunnel This worked at his task twentyone ears but his freedom came too latee profit him as he lied a few days after the tunnolwas completed During the Civil War a party of soldiers pursued and woni out with j long march hid in this tunnel for two days The enemy camped near and passed directly Dyer them ever discovering their wherea bouts Attacked By a Mob nd beaten in a labor riot until sores a i AIIInicaJ Welch of Teconshu Michf and find it perfect Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros iirug store Hartford m Subscribe for flit Rtit IILICAN j ii i Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery PrlurULIIII A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back It It tails Trial Dottle free u I OASXOnXABow theJh5 Kind You Han AlwJisBwrtl Iplt1ll1l 1I Ct d4I FIRST BOTTLE FREE In order to prove absolutely that r Carlstedts German Liver Powder Alll cure you of all maladies er tuinln to the Liver and Kidneys such as Constipation Dyspepsia Indi gestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous Pond Sick Headaches Dlarrlma and Dysentery of a bilious typo Hhoumatlsm and Impure Blood wo will give you a 25o Bottle absolutely free to try and be convincedNo one can neglect such an offer veryfactOr Carlctedls German Liver Powder does what is claimed for it The inanufac turers surely would not give it away II thuro was any doubt as to tho results You want those results you want to be well Wont you let us show you the j way Wo have been appointed special DIs tributlntf Agents for the free distribution of tho lite bottle of Dr Carlstedt German Liver Powder Call at once or ou will bo too late as tho offer is so liberal it cannot last in definitely Dr Carlstcdts German Liver Powder thousIandsou to try it If you live at n distance jnd cannot send or call la perron send WilliakoJ II WILLIAM j fee wrltetbrou- rCOFIDENTIAL LETTER before applying tor tentt t mono We obtAin PATENTS THAT PAY and help Inventor tncreu Bend model or sketch endweeend PATENTABILITYterM Patent Lawyers Write or come to tu at 608607 7th SI WASHINGTON 0 C r OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELED WILSON Sewing MachineWe 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Pl1arlD1cal Co Evansville tad My dlsonsois rupply010frtcude Imv rn1lI1rrfHi ttrltoPIunr Th For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford IyOfI- r I LII 1I O 4flr aY wanrcaQa we+awoe r s iTw-r il I ICENTURIES OF WAR Ii yhaveWaged About Mukden the Sacred City 01 I I China j Mukden into which the victori Japanese hosts have marched is I theI1i has the dynasty to the 1 capiItal I I of Liaotung one of the three pro vinces of Manchuria and is situated fonthe River Hun about 500 mu- k j northeast of Peking- Historicallyi j Mukden is invested with a peculiar interest just now for the fierce warfare between R- It us r sia and Japan which has reached itclimaxin the capture of the ci- I brings into prominence the fact that for thousands of years the place has been one of the worlds central battle points The blood of tens of thousands of warriors has stainR the plains about Mukden and the ranges of the Long White Moun tainsAccurate data is hard to obtain concerning the early Chinese or Mongolian history but it is known ror a certainty that Mukden was a settlement long before the birth of I Christ In 3000 years it is estimated that 5000000 men have fought wit each other for possession of the an f cient city and that a score or mo of the most noted battles of the Orient have taken place in the immediate vicinity The city was strongly fortified ac cording to the standard of old tim e warfare adopted by the Chinese The fortifications are laid in regular parallelograms between one and two miles each way the walls being built of squared stone or brick thick and massive at the bottom and tapering gradually at the top They are 40 in height 21 in width and are pro tected at the top by an eightfoot parapet Thick buttresses break the monotony of the long lines of mason ry at regular intervals Fifteen hundred years after Christ was born when Mukden was one of the most important trading points of the North Nurhachu the great ancestor of the Manchus had his of government south of the jLong White Mountains about 100 miles east of Mukden In 1616 he i took to himself the title of heaven decreed and declared wagon China An army of 200000 was sent against him and the Chinese historians relate that none returned Nurhachu assembled a tremen t dous army before the gates of Muk den and in 1621 the city was captured after an awful loss of life far of exceeding that which marked the battle between the Japanese andc Kiwsinns if one must believe the an cleat chroniclers According to thei Recounts all prisoners were promptly beheuded In 1014 the Manchua marched into j China and placed one of thoir num beg on the throne amt a Manchu has ruled there ever since In the center of Mukden is a wall ed Inclo ure within which is a small palace the holy of holies of the peo It is said to contain some inter leating relics of Xurhachu This man according to legend WWI super of I naturally born and throughout his cnreer displayed all the attributes of j divine origin Another legend has i it that the great ancestor of the Manchus was of humble birth and pail his first visit to Mukden in the character of a peddler with a pack t on his back This pack and the bouts worn by Nurhachu are cup r posed to be preserved as sacred lO- Ci ics within the walls of the palace t Rut the peddlers ixiek and booU are not the only objects supposed to be guarded in the imlace Since the and anitto send every year to Mukden 0000 I 000 Uiultt to be stored there Calcu wl r sting at this rate the treasure must If E t by this time have reached the enor feed mows gum of 200000000 tads for i f the reign of the present dynasty over a vast territory of IOn provinces i dates back 200 yearsj t I Nurhachus tomb is four orfive miles east of the city and must have thefJ terrible of the last few woeki between the Russians and G 1 Japanese It is itiiaU d in a pine grow which is divwdicten store eared than th city iisojf So su IIcivd + the iii lir surrounding thu tomb that death is the punish ment of any one entering who is not of the same race as the great ances tor The tomb of Nurhachus sand successor Tai Tsung lies in a grove of cedars north of the city and is equally magnificent in its design IUSCatarrh a DiseaseTlic System Peruna Cures Catarrh Wherever Located i Catarrh is n systemic disease cu gable only by a systematic treatment A remedy that cures catarrh must nerlleePeruna immediately invigorates the nerve centers which give vitality to the mucous membranes Then catarrh disappears Then catarrh is permanently cured an1yf Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Sunflower Philosopher Atchlson sods fllobr A drunken man in a sober crowd is particularly awful A man has a right to have the blues but he has no business having- h them In pool and everything else thee balls seem to roll for an expert It isnt luck its skill The Japs must have had a lot of Rough Rider regiments andever member a Bat Masterson We have never known a woman past 50 to be so foolish as to monkey with a chafing dish Where does an owl get its repute tion for wisdom It carouses all night and does nothing in the day time- t Say what you please a man who chews fine cut tobacco considers himself superior to the man who chews piugcThere are persons in the audience who are better than a preacher but you would never think it from the scoldings they get It would be interesting to listen at is the keyhole when a preacher vis its iis former flock and calls on Jhe preacher in charge to talk the flock over A remark the averave woman makes every evening to her husband cldozesmust say you are not very enter twining Too many man decide that they cant do anything without a pull without influence As a mattes fact good work and good character fin will beat any other pullon Moneyr sung ic1Vhenthroat or chest irritation better act like W C Berber of San an ondyterrible chest trouble caused by in smoke and coal dust on my lungs but after finding no relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings are bCoughsany cough or lung medicine in the world At 7 Wayne Griffin BIos MteedNEW LOCOMOTIVE mill To Run 100 Miles An Hourth 011 Used as Fuel lyeThreeat the rate of 100 miles or more I hour is the of a new t 01nU by the Southern Pacific railroad it doe all that the makers prom for it this locomotive will rate lutoionisto transportation This lo comotive or really powerhouse on wheels is entirely different fromAn anything now in use fhe co5t ofco operating it will be lens than one IlIIItma forclone is known as the fourstrokf e There is a omlHssldairII II reservoir front wlich w power obtained for starting This gives the piston its first stroke when it takes in the air alone at atrnosphel- on pressure and temperature Ti second stroke compresses the air a raises it to a temperature of abo 1000 degrees Faherenheit TII third stroke is what is known as the working stroke The oil is spraying into the hot air the amount being regulated by the governors During the first part of the stroke the combustion of this oil is carried on at a constant pressure from a period this regulated by the governors During the first part of this stroke the combustion of this oil is carriedo a constant pressure from a perice- at that is regulated by the amount ef oil sprayed The second part of th stroke is practically an expansion with transference of heat and the fourthstroke exhausts the gases By the Tonic Routed The pills that act as a tonic anti not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cur Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are small easy t take and easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles cured me of chronic constipation Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m About St Patrick ritUlmrK IMputchJ His baptismal name is said to have been Sucat Little is known of him He was born at Nemthur Nemthur Scotland is now Dum bartonHe born in 396 and died in 4G9 His father was a deacon Culpurn iusIn 411 Patrick was captured by the Picts and sold into Ireland as a slaveAfter six years he escaped this slavery and devoted himself to the conversion of Ireland Then he prepared for the priest hood entering upon his mission about 425 It was in the year 441 that he was consecrated Bishop Of his wi itings there were his confessions and an epistle One prominent authority says that the only thing actually known of him that he existed And not a word as to his greatest deed of effectually fixing matters so the sons of Emerald Isle cannot see snakes Got Off Cheap He may well think he has got oil 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 2Uc at Z Wayne Grif 1C Bros drug store guaran teedmSlave Worked Long for 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urebecome dlicouragcd There li a cure for you If Necessary wrllo Dr Tenacr lies apcntallfothnocuring juat aucliCttmw anyimrx All coimiiltatluua FREE iseased Bladder and Kidneys for Twenty Years the the the We all Theo rear them and Abo inl Fenner Fredonla troubled with bladder and kidneys tho Iut20 eura having doctored with many different physicians that time with results was try bottlo Dr Kidney and which and which the medicine that ever gave relief 71 years old and tho best of health will recommend Dr Kennera any sintering their bladder dose but pleasant JIENKYZURREOVESTE Muncie lad by Druggists BOc and Get Book and Treatise one KidneysFREEe I HEUMATISMund other ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo cured ARGON OIL is tho remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it il you are not satisfied your money cheer fullyrefunded k you Druggist 25c 50c RGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky youngBUor young woman who would win in life This being conceded ol first 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distance with whole coun rand business points generally by inly paying a reasonable rent to lough River Telephone Company or will be nt whole expense I- ou with Insay so connect ependent Companies For particu ars call on S T Stevens Manager Inrtford Ky I 1- 4RIPANS Tabules find A good prescription For mankind cent packet I ennagttfor n nnl occiMlon T e tnmlly bottle ice center r lItnlun 111111 or a All droggUti till I L J1lJotilJ K ti of rheumatism backache o Dr M M N Y Dear Slr1 have been ra In no I told to a of Fenners Backache Cure I I s only mo I am am In today I heartily Remedy to ono from or kidneys Decides it Is a mean to take L 1 bo I iucce s all will NasalI In all lit stags there ihonld be tleanllnua Elys Cream Balm cleaneeoothesandhealsthe It cares catarrh and drives away a cold In the head cnlekly All kidneys troubles for did not Cook and will IE 2ly Cream Balm placed Into the noitrlll spread I over the membrane and le absorbed ItelUtl Im mediate and a cure follows It U not dryingdoe I not produce ineezln Large Size M cent at Drug gbtorbymall j Trial Size 10 cent by mall I BIN BKOTIIEUS e5 Warren Street New York I OR FEHHERS GOLDEN RELIEF SIl1 any puln lu lUo or out In rum S tu S nilnutua I EVERYBODY I rCryvr THl w eiOTHM WMITtA NOVy I A OVARY FOR Sc I FOR SALE BY ALL GRo ERSIThe American yharrnacalCo ETanTllleInd iLJftw r 4 J DOGS OF ALASKA They Sometimes Wear Shoes Which They After wards Eat In Alaska even dogs wear shoat least part of the time It is no on account of the cold for a shaggy Eskimo dog will live and be frisky when a man would freeze to death The dog does all the work of dragging and carrying which in th country falls to the horses and in trotting over the rough ice of th mountain passes his feet soon become bruised and sore Then his daiver makes him soft little hoed sins of buckskin or reindeer skin 9and ties them on with strout thongs trysel easily until his feet are thorough ly healed up Then he bites and tears his shoes with his sharp wolf like teeth and eats them up Wonderful animals are these dogs of Alaska Although they are only little fellowsnot more than half the size ofn big Newfoundland they sell from 75 to 200 each more than an ordinary horse will sell for in this country They will draw 200 pounds each on a sled and they ore usually driven in teams of six They need no lines to guide them for they readily obey the soundof their masters voice turn ing or stopping at a front But the Eskimo dogs have their faults Like many boys they are overfond of having good things teat Consequently they have to be watched closly or they will attack and devour stores left in their way especially bacon which must be hung out of their reach At night when camp is pitched the moment a blanket is thrown upon the ground the will run into it and curl up an neither cuffs nor kicks suffice to budge them They lie as close to the men who own them as possible and the miner cannot wrap himself so close that they wont get under the blanket with him They are human too in their disinclination to get out in the morning Pleasant and Harmless Dont drug the stomach to cure a ough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflamma tion out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m o Odd Bits ot Information Harvesting by electric light has been introduced in Australia For using a sick monkey to beg withan organ grinder has been fined 40 in LondoniThe cost of the British expedition into Thibet was 4063750 all of which India will have to bear London has discovered to its horror that the big electric lamps on the facade of the Mansion Housethe Lord Mayors residence were made in GermanyLewis who died at Teign mouth England in his eightyfifth fifth year a few days ago went onI the stage at the age of three and reoI tiredonly seven years agoINearly all the Japanese transports sail from Hiroshima a city of 120 000 inhabitants on a bay of the In land sea Here also are brought the hospital ships with the wounded poldiers Most railway accidents in Italy are due to the bad state of the rolling READ THISIBowlingGreen Ky June 12 1901 This is to certify that I have been curedof kidney trouble by the use of theTexas Wonder Halls Great DisI covery and can cheerfully 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 to bles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the neys and bladder in both men an women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 box 629 office 2931 Olivo Street St Louis Mo stock Many of the cars are from thirty to forty years old and not infrequently the brakes refuse to work in an emergency Of course you know how many minutes there are in the hour said a lawyer to n witness in qn English court Wellsaid the witness af heartFox hunting seems to be on the wane in England Some attribute this to the inroads of the automobile and others to hard times fruit the duringewar The Calcutta steeplechase for thee ladies cup is the only event of its kind in the world The course is over a stifF two miles and a half ladiesarace A Dinner Invitation After a heartymeal a dose of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins Lesbus Ky says I 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 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 T GHASTLY STRATEGY flow Five Japanese Acted as Spies In St Peters burg Here is a recent story is regard to the system of espionage employed by the Japanese which I find in a let dSt Petereburg published in one of the French papers It is a vivid picture of what these wonderful soldiers are willing to do in the interest of their country Toward the end of 1898 a Japan ese from KiuSiu arrived in St Petersburg and opened a tea warehouse on the Nevsky Prospect Shops of this kind simply swarm i the Russian capitol but all the same the Japanese prospered exceedingly In view of the big business he antici pated at the Easter festivities dur ing the following spring the tea merchant got over five of his fellow countrymen as assistants These were extremely agreeable tactful young fellows who quickly ingrati ated themselves with the aristocrat ica clientle of the shop But despite the prosperity their business the Japanese did not see happy Their melancholy was noticed and at last they confessed their secret They did not in the least mind leaving Japan they were de lighted with Russia What they did not like was to remain foreigners on the soil of their adopted country Their dearest wishthey said was to become naturalized Russians and to be admitted into the Orthodox ChurchThe idea appealed to the aristo cratic customers of the tea shop and in due course they were admitted into the Orthodox Church and made Russian citizens Shortly after this the five new Rus sians wanted to get marriedand found families Once more their customers interested themselves o their behalf Brides were found i the shape of pretty young Russian work girls dowries provided by subscription and the marriage ceremony duly performed Time went children were born and every thing in the various menages seemed to be most satisfactory when suddenly the war broke out Two days later the RussianJapanese teams all disappeared leaving their wives and families behind them in St Petersburg St Petersburg so ciety was flabbergasted The confi dences it had unfortunately imparted to the teamen went to Tokyo in the form of private reports to the Japanese general staff while the he roes of the story all Captains or Lieutenants in the Japanese army regid The Point of View The BeautyIve had lots of poems written to me both serious and humorous but Ive kept only the serious ones The Other GirlThey were better than the others I Oh no but they were much fun nierl J lAyers Pills Want your moustache or beardI abeantitalbrownorrichblackUse CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couth Srrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by drugglsts STRONG tlB i a si ta n IS ill Again is what Mrs Lucy Stovallof Tilton Ga said after taking Dyspepsial r other weak women are being re h stored to perfect health this rem edy YOU may well if you will take itIndisrestioncaus nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and becom- diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables tho stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingbeartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat DlUr attI1d154rasa trial of by be rnpsre at U 1IC 011IIOD Hold by Z WAYNE UptlfFIN THE REPUBLICAN 1is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Real Estate- BARGAINS 141 acres tor 4500 or will sell lit 30 per acre and make sur mveq 24 miles from Hertford Ji mile of pike hood new 7 riser 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 120 acres near Rockport in good condition good bulld Injts and fine larro land for 120000 83 acres fine bottom land for 20 per acre or iboo 3 miles from Hartford on Sinderfurs crossing road Gaod house good 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Riley City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor B A Anderson Clerk Dr 8 J Wedding W 8 Tins q A C Taylor M L Hearrlo T J Morton Councilmen S3 cre t Socl tle A O U W meets lint and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No S7I Ft AMasonstrit Monday night In each month Hertford Tent NoW Knights of the Mace bees every Thursday night Rough Rlrer Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythls meets every Tieeday night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A R hold reg nlar meetings Saturday before lintSunday la each month Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas- most direct line via a ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman Beeping and tree reclining hair ears Homesechers Excursions first and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets folders etc on application H C TOWNSEND G ITusraadSki sr LOUIE ITnuliag C dseroftxoBean rteThf Kind You Harty Alwals BOJgt- aSignatere 114 d DR FENNERS idney IBackacheAr CureDnt become discouraged There is a for It write Dr Ieunor hasspentllronulocurhigjust such caseeasyours All coimultnttuui e iseased Bladder and Kidneys for Twenty Years alk and own own and by ly the will the We find good man pell them All the bladder urinary Abo catarrh heart gravel dropsy cure you necessary FREE Dr Fcnncr Fredonla Dear 5Ir1 been troubled my and kidneys the tail 20 years doctored with many different that time with results try Dr and Cure which I did which the only that ever gave relief I 71 years old and tho best of health today I will Dr fenner any one from their bladder Decide not mean but pleasant take- HEXKYZUUKEOVESTE Muncie tad Id by Druggists 50c and 1 Get Cook Book and Treatise on the KidneysFREEe HEUMATISM and ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo lured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will be cheerfully refunded sk you Druggist P5c 50c RGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville K- yBUSINESS EDUCATIONIs absolutely uecemrjr to the young u young woman who would win success in life This being conceded s ot first importance to get your training at the schools that stand in the front ran- kRYANT STRATTON Business College- N Cor and Sts Louisville Ky OKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one a special ORTHAND ist in his line Write for a beautiful hook giving PEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying prominent itions all uver the Uuited Statesit will be mailed you FREE School the year Students cau enter at any lim E J WRIGHT President UR CLUBBING RATES IE REPUBLICAN anti Louisville Hernld125IE REiiiiLicAX ami Louisville Daily Herald 250 IE REPUBLICAN and Courier Jourmd JoO IE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat I IE REPUBLICAN nnd Homo and Farm 125 IE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Coamoplitnn 325 IK REPUBLICAN andTwicea vensboro inquirer 175 IE REPUBLICAN anti Daily OwensboroInquirer TwiconWcek Oboro Messenger 175I IE REPUBLICAN and UGH RIVER LEPHONECOMPANY w cuiroiiTin I being cheap neeeamy i should patronize home folks ere you can buy your phones build your Hoes be Inking distance with the whole coun and business points generally paying a reasonable rent to ugh River Telephone Company y be At whole expense II a say connect with all In pendent Companies For particle s call on S Stevens Manager rtford Ky RIPANS Tnbules Doctors A prescription For k trntpacketlsonoaghforusualnccnslanfamily year All ilragiftiti Diseases of rheumatism M II N Y have with bladder for having physicians in no I was to a bottle of Fenners Kidney Backacho Is medicine mo am In heartily recommend 1 Remedy to suffering or kidneys It U dose to other or y E Second Walnut to in 370 or so T am I Nasal CATARRHIn should be cleanliness Elji Cream Balm eleanMS soothes snd hesle the diseased membrane It caret catarrh and drive away a coM la the bead nnloklY kidneys and organs disease backache told and all Balm li plated Into the noitrlll speed Ice membrane and li absorbed Hellsf U Im nd a euro followa It U not dlo don notproduc sneezing Large Size 60 cent at DruS eliti or by mall i Trial Size 10 cents bj mall ELY BIIOTI1BKS S3 Warren Street New Tort I OR FENNERS GOLDENmRELIEFnuIos any pain luIJe or I EVERYBODY MASKOfle CtOTHK WHnt A5SNON- A 01 ART FOR Sc I FOR SALE BY ALL GROWERS IudThe American MrinMcal Y 1 hJJ 4 DOGS OF ALASKA They Sometimes Wear Shoes Which They After wards Eat In Alaska even dogs wear shoes at least part of the time It is not on account of the cold for a shaggy Eskimo dog will live and be frisky when a man would freeze to death The dog does all the work of drag ging and carrying which in the country falls to the horses and in trotting over the rough ice of the mountain passes his feet soon be come bruised and sore Then his daiver makes him soft little mocca sins of buckskin or reindeer skin and ties them on with strout thongs of leather In this way he will trv el easily until his feet are thorough ly healed up Then he bites and tears his shoes with his sharp wolfII like teeth and eats them upIWonderful animals are these dogs I of Alaska Although they are only I little fellows not more than half I mthe size of a big Newfoundland they sell from 75 to 200 eachl more than an ordinary horse will sell for in this country They will draw 200 pounds each on a sled and they are usually driven in teams of six They need no lines to guide them for they readily obey the sound of their masters voice turn ing or stopping at a frord But the Eskimo dogs have their faults Like many boys they are overfondof having good things to eat Consequently they have to be watched closly or they will attack and devour stores left in their way especially bacon which must be hung out of their reach At night when camp is pitched the moment ablank- et is thrown upon the ground they will run into it and curl up and neither cuffs nor kicks suffice to budge them They lie as close to the men who own them as possible and the miner cannot wrap himself so close that they wont get under the blanket with him They are human too in their disinclination to get out I in the morning p Ploasant and Harmless Dont drug the stomach to cure a ough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflamma tion out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and cures A quick cure for Croup and Whooping Cough Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Odd Bits ot Information Harvesting by electric light has been introduced in Australia For using a sick monkey to beg withan organ grinder has been fined 40 in London The cost of the British expedition into Thibet was 4063750 all of which India will have to bear London has discovered to its horI ror that the big electric lamps onI the facade of the Mansion Housethe Lord Mayors residence were made in GermanyLewis who died at Teign mouth England in his eightyfifth fifth year a few days ago went on the stage at the age of three and retired only seven years ago Nearly all the Japanese transports sail from Hiroshima a city of 120 000 inhabitants on a bay of the In land sea Here also are brought the hospital ships with the wounded soldiers Most railway accidents in Italy are due to the bad state of the rolling READ THIS Bowling Green KyJune 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 TexasWonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer- P O box 629 office 2931 OlivoI Street St Louis Mo I tdWoIi iMJ Pxio SGi1f stock Many of the cars are from thirty to forty years old and not infrequently the brakes refuse to work in an emergency Of course you know how many minutes there are in the hour said a lawyer to a witness in an English court Well said the witness after pondering a while lets hear your version of it Fox hunting seems to be on the wane in England Some attribute this to the inroads of the automobile and others to hard times anti the loss of many hunting men during the South African war The Calcutta steeplechase for the ladies cup is the only event of its kind in the world The course is over a stiff two miles and a half with nine mud fences Nine ladies rode in the latest race A Dinner Invitation After a heartymeal a dose of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a thorough digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins Lesbus Ky says I can testify to the efficacy of Kodol in the cure of Stomach Trouble I was filleted with stomach trouble for fifteen years and have taken six bottles 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 GHASTLY STRATEGY flow Five Japanese Acted as Spies in St Petersburg Here is a recent story is regard to the system of espionage employed by the Japanese which I find in a let from St Petereburg published in one of the French papers It is a vivid picture of what these wonderfulsoldiers are willing to do in the interest of their country Toward the end of 1898 a Japan ese from KiuSiu arrived in St Petersburg and opened a tea warehouse on the Nevsky Prospect Shops of this kind simply swarm in the Russian capitol but all the same the Japanese prospered exceedingly In view of the big business he antici pated at the Easter festivities dur ing the following spring the tea mer chant got over five of his fellow countrymen as assistants These were extremely agreeable tactful young fellows who quickly ingrati ated themselves with the aristocrat ica clientle of the shop But despite the prosperity of their business the Japanese did not seem happy Their melancholy was noticed and at last they confessed their secret They did not in the least mind leaving Japan they were delighted with Russia What they did not like was to remain foreigners on the soil of their adopted country Their dearest wishthey said was to become naturalized Russians and to be admitted into the Orthodox ChurchThe idea appealed to the aristo cratic customers of the tea shop and in due course they were admit ted into the Orthodox Church and made Russian citizens Shortly after this the five new Rus sians wanted to get married and found families Once more their customers interested themselves on their behalf Brides were found in the shape of pretty young Russian work girls dowries provided by subscription and the marriage ceremony duly performed Time went on children were born and everything in the various menages seemed to be most satisfactory when suddenly the war broke out Two days later the RussianJapanese teamen had all disappeared leaving their wives and families behind them in St Petersburg St Petersburg so ciety was flabbergasted The confi dences it had unfortunately impart ed to the teamen went to Tokyo in the form of private reports to the Japanese general staff while the he roes of the story all Captains or Lieutenants in the Japanese army regieIrThe Point of View The Beauty Ive had lots of poems written to me both serious and humorous but Ive kept only the serious ones The Other GirlThey were better than the others Oh no but they were much funI niert i lAyersPillsWant abeautlfulbrownorrichblack Use CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS nest Couch Syrup Tastes Good UM In time Sold by druggists STRONG st I al M tk trrtp 1C ill Againis StovalloTiltonQa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia is Hundreds otherweakworsen being restored I I to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may be well if you will take it Indigestloncausii nearly the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingbeartbum and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat Deursaw sits tlnii nmch isis Curs all weak mtn at tu uk ntorr tIOD Wltt a O Ctary OJa Noltt by Z WAYNE UJUIHN THE REPTJBLIOA is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Real Estate- BARGAINS 141 acres for MSOO or will sill lit 30 per acre and make survey 2J4 miles trom Hartford Jimile of pike Good new 7 incm house 2 barns 75 acres in bottom balance good hill laud good Orchard fine mea dow 10 or 15 acres in woods all under fence 121 acres near Rockport in good condition good build ings and fine farm land for 120000 83 acres fine bottom land for 20 per acre or 1000 3 miles from zJartford on Sinderfurs crossing road Good house good barn young orchard in fine state of cultivation A bargain 305 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartford in fine state of cultivation Will sell cheap considering the land 188 acres near Ceralvo See me for prices 21 acne at Centertown See me for prices One house and lot on Union street in Hartford in floe condition 75000 A house and 2 acres ot ground adjoining Hartford Fine froitgood house and build- Ings for 37500 135 acres 4 miles north of Hartford in good state ot cultivation 85000 43 acres near Ceralvo 43000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom land balance good upland good houses good barns 65000 One good new 60 Mosler for sale at a bargain If you want to sell land if you want to buy land see me and I will furnish you with 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day erenlng nvWTIM1ferPastorD- aptistCharchSebvtceeheld Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev J H Barnett pastor C P Church Serrlcet Stet Sunday la each monthatllamandlpm Rev J D liar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn S T Steven D1I Uocker J H B Car son Jon C Riley City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor 8 A Anderson Clerk DrHol Wedding W S Tin ey A C Taylor M L Hearrln T J Morton Conncllme- nSacxot Socl tl A OU W meets lint and third Friday night In each month Hartford LodgeNoera Ft AMasonttrit Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No W Knights of the Maeca bees every Thursday night Rough Hirer Lodge No 110 Knight of Pythla meet every Tday night Preston Morton rout No 40 A IL hold regular meetings Saturday beforeflrstSunday In earb month Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRONiMOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas- moat direct line via + ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and tree reclining hair cart lIomeseeKers Excursion first and third Tuesdays of each month Dejerlptivs literature maps pamphlets folders etc on application H C TOWNSEND RTO MATTHEWS sn1PusrenItt TriTiliic Fuiiagi Int1- sr Outs L0OIITILLIT Oua83TCDXlIA Bean thetheRind You Hlrs MM Bougta Blgnatsra of t t 1 t- I J 7 rtoor P J rHT a fey i Ir1t I Good Health H tot e- Children i Children especially are fond of dainties r and the housekeeper must look carefully foodIcake can Be made only with igoodeggs so also a cake that is health ful as well as dainty must be raised with i a pure and perfect baking powder- I I Royal Baking Powder is indispensable I in the preparation of the highest quality of food It imparts that peculiar light ness sweetness and flavor noticed in the j finest cake biscuit doughnuts crusts etc i andwhat is more important renders the foodwholesome and agreeable to young I andold r ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 24 RENDERIiMarch 21E S Reed was in Beaver Dam Wednesday j Mr and Mrs R F Baize and Mr and Mrs C C Baize went to Sunny dale last Wednesday to spend a l fewIdaysCity Police Reneer and J Brown were in Hartford on legal business e Mrs C L Myers returned home i Wednesday after a four weeks visit 1 in Point Pleasant James McIntyre returned from Linton Ind last Thursday after being absent for some time Dr H B Innes was in Hartford ThursdayG of Centertown was here Friday W C Schlemmer of Hartford was here Friday F Misses Lettie and Alma Salsburg went to Central City Saturday if Misses Nellie Harris and Della f Hocker went to Beaver Dam Satur day and returned Sunday j Mr and Mrs R N Mitchell of Powderly were the guests of Judge I Francis and family Saturday I Louisville 11ihome in Leitchfield Sunday after visiting her son J F Hocker for the past week j Mr and Mrs Clarence Baker of Taylor Mines were the guests Mr and Mrs J W Tilford last ofII i day Mrs S A Honk and son Harry d left for Herrin Ill last Sunday Rev L P Drake of Centertown- I preached here Sunday Nicholas Barrass Sr Mclvin Liles and Otha Miller Taylor Mines were here last Sunday Mr and Mrs Herman Miller of 1SouthCarrollton were the guests and Mrs Owen Hart last 1 Sunday Sam Jones of Henderson wasJ here yesterday 1 Mrs A V Bennett of Beaver I I Dam was here yesterday- S S Hoover of Louisville was here yesterday- C B Finley of New York wash re today Lamar Herndon of Louisville is here on business He represents the Globe Tailoring Co of Louis ville Mrs Ben Peters is on the sick I list i Work at all the mines is slackow f ing to the scarcity of orders as there is no demand for the coal- NARROWS March 3MI Buck Greer and H family and Mr Greers son and- y family and Mr Wright and family all of lao un slipped from here a few days tfc frr Morehouse f Mo where they K seek homes More that forty f Va from Ma I yrrta community have moved to More within the past year and more are preparing for the exodus- I Trip Cooksey has been very sick ofsome abdominal trouble but is improving Dr A D Park of Rockport was called in consultation with Dr Maxwell who is treating Mr Cooksey Miss Nola Renfrow our pcstmis tress visited her brothers at Dundee SundayINoah White and wife visited Mrs- Whites parents Mr and Mrs J WI Mitchel near Olaton Saturday and SundayRobert Duff and wife visited relatives near Mt Vernon Saturday and Sunday Dresden Bean Sulphur Springs went to St Louis Saturday Mr Bean has secured employment in that city and will move his family there this morning- T W Barrett of Barretts Ferry visited relatives in Indiana last week McHENRY March 22Annie Duncan visited weekIDam Monday Ed Bailey visited in Central City Saturday and Sunday Mrs L L Stewart Echols was guest of her mother Mrs J C Kelley last week Miss Lillie Thomas visited Mrs H E Harper this week Mrs Agnes Sneddon Rockport I was the guest of Mrs J S Smith this week Mr Morgan Beaver Dam was in town Tuesday Mrs Jennie Christian Owensboro was the guest of her daughter Mrs Henry Howerton the first of the weekMr I W W Duncan is in Louisville purchasing the spring goods for D M Duncan i r IAvoid all drying inhalants and use that which cleanses and heals the membrane Elys Cream palm is isuch a remedy and cures Catarrh easily and pleasantly Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail Catarrh caused difficulty in speak Jng and to a great extent loss of Clearing By the use of Elys Cream Balm dropping of mucus has ceased voice and hearing have greatly im- provedJ1Y Davidson Attorney at Law Monmouth IllIi CANE RUN March 20Elder J W Bristow of Fordsville filled his regular ap pointment here Saturday and Sunday I Mrs Mollie St Clair returned home Friday from Hartford and her daughter Miss Blancheaccompanied her I Miss Prudie Ford is attending itIHamsMiss Ckinmie Christian an1 Tie Wilson wore tIll guests oftheir friend Miss Tina Ford Sunday The members of the church at this place will meet the first of next month to organize a Sunday school The church elected Elder H D Birch last Saturday for Superintendent of the Sunday school and Miss Clemmie Christian was elected or ganistJ i Daniel of Olaton spent Sun day near this placeILittle Essie Wilson is on the sick listMrs Amanda Camp and little son Ira started last Saturday for Ar kansas Miss Minnie Moorman of Taylor Mines is the guest of her cousin Miss Edna Wilson Miss Myrtle Allen of Horton arrived at the bedside of her aunts Mrs Susie flaky last night Mrs Sarah Axton of Horse Branchis at the bedside of her niece Mrs Rufus Boyd Mrs Rena Wilsonand children of Arkansaswho are visiting her moth er visited her motherinlaw Mrs Victoria Wilson near Olaton last TuesdayMr lI Wilson is no better Ira Daniel of Olaton filled his regular appointment near Salem SundayMr Murphy of Olaton visit ed his niece Mrs R A Wilson Sunday Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this of fice cheapiNOTICE Orders Ohio County Court Special Term March 18th 1903 Pre Hon James P Miller Judge Jack Smith c for motion Localoption election in the town of Fordsville Ky This cause again coming on for hearing on this March 13th 1905 exceptions having been filed on the 6th day of March 1905 it being the reg ular March term of the Ohio County Court and set down for hearing on this date and W S Gaines by At torneys Heavrin Woodward with drew the exceptions heretofore filled and the following order is now en tered as of then towit On motion of applicants to have an order made directing that a local option election be held in Fordsville voting precincts on April 1905and said applicants having this day deposited with the presiding Judge of the Ohio County Court the sum of 6000 in moneyan amount sufficient to pay for printing or posting adver tisements as provided by law and the fees of the Clerk for making en tries in the order bookand the court being sufficiently advised it is order ed and adjudged by the court that at the last preceeding general elec tion in the town of Fordsville there were only 133 votes cast at said elec tion and that the petition filed here in is signed by 38 legal voters resid ing in said town of Fordsville Ohio county Ky which is equal to more than 25 per cent of the votes cast in said town at the last preceedinggen- eral election and that said petition was received and filed of record at the regular term of the Ohio County Court February 6th 1905it is there fore ordered and adjudged by the court that an election be held in the town of Fordsville on the 15th day of April 1905 to take the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote for county of ficers upon the question Whefh er or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in said town of Fordsville Ohio county Ky and that Cal P Keown Sheriff of Ohio county is ordered and directed to hold said election He will open a poll at the voting places in said town on said date for the purpose of taking thd sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote at elections for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in the the town of Fordsville Ohio county KentuckyIt ordered and adjudged by the court that a special regis tration be held in each of the pre cincts in the said town of Fordsville Ohio county Kentucky a town of the sixth class on Saturday April the 8th 1905 for the registration of those persons entitled to vote at the specialelection to be held on April I 15th 1905 whose names have not been recorded on the registration books of that year and said registration shall be advertised or published in like manner as the time and place of said local option election as required to be published A copy attest M S RAGLAND C 0 C C By U G RAOIAND D C Pursuant to the foregoing order CountyICourt I on Saturday 15 1905 cause a poll to be opened as and in the manner required by law at each and all the voting places in the town of Fordsville Ohio county Kentucky to take the sense of the legal voters of said townqualified to vote for county officers upon the proposition Whether or not spiritu our vinous or mat liquors shall be barteredloaned trafficked in in the the said town of Fordsville Ohio county Kentucky 1 Given un der my hand as Sheriff of Ohio coun ty Kentucky this the 22nd day of March 1903 CAI P KEOWN S 0 C CERALVO March 21 John R Rowewho has been sick for some time is better Misses Una Fulkerson and Euvn Kimmel are visiting Mrs J H Kimmel near Paradise Rev E D Bog ess Beaver Dam filled his regular appointment here SundayW Morris who has been quite sick is improving Mrs Emma B Fulkerson is visiting relatives near Paradise Mrs P A Milner who moved to near Sacramento some months ago has moved back here Otto Kimbly Louisville is visiting relatives here Messrs Charlie and Jess Everly who are at work on the I C Rail roadwere at home Sunday Sunday School will be organized here March 26 BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If ion htrent II teznUrhnlthr mortnient of the bowels Tfntliy outeillerwlllbe Keepour atbowel violent pnrloorpill polennIlneerom The smoothen etilcit mot porr w r I tbt bowels cleir and olein U to bk- CANDY L CATHARTIC EM LIKE CANDY IEAT Potent Tale neat Do Rlekrn waken or Orlp i 10 U and I M cent 1 rboWrltsfortree simple 04 book Monhellh AdJren U Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York i KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN utYa Early Risers The famous littlo pills aeeee eo ea J BIG FOUR + IThe Rest Line tnIIndianapolis Peoria I Chicago I Toledo I Detroit 1 Cleveland IBuffaloYork j IBoston j t And nil other points Fast f- j Information cheerfully fur fi1IGenl Agent nllr A 1 ILouisiIIl KIeeeeeeee+een Newest ThingsIN Spring Goods The Red Sale is a thing of tho past It was a sue cess It was all that we hoped for We hoped to open tho eyes of many but little did we think thatit would provoke the inquiry which it did It all but swept the country It even went so far as to excite some of tho legal lights of Hartford who seemed to think that we couldnot possibly offer such bargains without making an assignment and going out of business But We Are Still HereHere to stay with just as big bargains as ever Wo are again before you with the most complete line of Spring Clothing the most elegant lino of Spring Dress Goods and tho most complete and useful line of Shoes Ox fords Hats and Haberdashery that we have ever plac ed before the public All of the newest weaves and smartest styles are hero They constitute an enticing array of the latest things in these especial lines things to make you look elegant and appear at your best Tlu re i- sNothing MoreContspiououa Than your spring Dress or Suit Even your Sox show in the springtime Everything added to your make up increases your personal appearance and puts you in a better light before tho public and your friends Everybody likes to look well and appear to tho best advantage You can easily do this and in a very economical way by patronizing our store We have the goods and the low prices What more could you ask You can surely be suited hero Our Spring Opening and Display will be Saturday April 1 1906We ask you to come We want you to come Wo will be disappointed if you dont come You will see tho newest and latest of all tho worlds latest creations You will see things hero that you wont find anywhere else Wo Hatter ourselves that we have purchased a stock of Spring Goods that will come nearer pleasing the public than we over did before Come and see Youre more than welcome whether you purchase or not Dont forgot the place and time and tdoit t for got to comerlOAyI n Hartford Ky I Henry 0 WattersonsLetters 4 EuropeWill A leading Feature of The CourierJournal I During 1905 There wtl li niHtiy other Mltrnct v I ilrpaitmtrtilM Mil K1ng to lIIkc a Foul l to ettAp P r tall ItIlIC4 I Dully CourierJournal 1 Yr 6 I Dully and Sunday 1 Yr 8 Weekly 1 Yr I- 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