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I l tJlarl rb ftqrnblicau 4 Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 3J 1905 No 37 BAIL WAS REFUSED County Judge Hargis Sheri- Callahana Elbert Hargis I Indicted Men Will be Allowed tt Have a Trial Next Week I IIlxlngton Ky March 27 Judge t Watts Parker sitting in the Grim nnl division of the Fayette circu court today handed down n decision overruling the motion for bail in the case of James Hargis the county judge and Edward Callahan th sheriff of Breathitt county and E bert Hargis and remanded them to f jail to await their trial for the rmir del of James Cockrell In the case b of A H Hargis former state sent r tor the court admitted him to bail in the sum of 15000 The court delivered an oral opinion on the motion reciting the con- ditIons existing in Breathitt county nt the time of tho iliurder of Cockrell and said he believed it n matter the State should thoroughly investigate He wait he would allow the indicated r men to have a trial as soon as they were ready and would devote as much time ns was necessary to the case He said he would allow bail to the defendant Alex H Hargis on the ground that it had been established that he was not in Jackson the day of the shooting and had not been p there for several days Shortly after the announcement of 1 f Judge Parkers decision Alex Hargis furnished the 15000 bond and was released Gus Straus John Floo- dJ F Vanderen and Joseph Skain being his bondsmen He will return to his home at Winchester Judge Hargis is still judge of Breathitt county and the question arose as to who would set in his stead in the event bail was refused Breck Combs of Breathitt was re l Gently appointed magistrate of that county and today Judge Hargis requested him to hold the term o county court for him which will con vene next week I After the question of bail had been d decided the attorneys of the defense forthretiC to it was decided that both sides could rebeready by Tuesday of next week April 4 and the case was set for I trial on that date The court order ed the jury commissioners to meet 01Thur day and place five hundredad th ditional names in the jury wheel ea All four of the defendants are joint enJyindicted and they may be tried t- oifgether or may demand separate g In the latter event the Com ia monwealth may elect which one shall JU be tried first at A BAD FIRE AVERTED I on Bucket Brigade Assisted by Hand Doesladtg l t Effective Work ioo t lid At a late hour Monday afternoon ting Hartfords fire department in its m full capacity was called into action discoveredughI tobid fair tobe one of eltivepurtown has known for some in Mr L T Bar lickl1nrds meat house from the fire he velahad for the purpose of smoking tameat meat house is in the back yard withand within six or seen feet of hi or kitchcn and when first bonaobserved the fire had gained such that the whole interior of the building was a solid sheet of nook games and in some of the ficheplaces In the boxing the fire had throughe the lf Court House bell was rung and J in 1S from three to ten mnutes the premises eau were alive with citizens from + every section tif town with their ner hand fire extinguishers and buckets of water all of which were turned onI the angry flames and in less time 4 t+ than it took the crowd to gather ii the fire was completely under control wasfhard work to keep it from taking fire the wheather boarding and roof was considerably scorched San Andersons dwelling was also in much danger and the dispatch which the work of quieting t flames was done probably saved his house as well as others llartfords fire department though completelIy as Hartford Hustlinfc Club Plays atI McHenry lledgeIHartford Hustling Club gave the one act farce The Scientific Coin try School at the McHcnry Opera House last Saturday night to a pleased audience The acting of our young amaturjes were equal to some of our professional actors The Hartford Hustling Club is composed of the junior members of the Hart ford Y My C A and has been in ex istance a little over six months Right living to increase and roof tain A vital interest in their Sunday meetings to have plenty of whole some fun and to help where help is needed is some of their objects Th play is to be repeated at the Talorl Opera House Hartford next week Saturday April 8th Cast of Character Miss Mehita ble teacher in love with Mrt HayesDirectors Hayes Shocks and His Double Oats Scholars Hiram Higgins Lavina Jordon Sarah Simpkins Jonathan Bangs Ezra Green Matilda Ann looker Goliath Jones Josier Jen kins Elmira Elkins Lochmvar and his double Maud Muller and her double Boy on the burning deck and his double Lord Ronald and Lady Clarofour children of an Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe Two Babes in the Woods The following composed the troupe- f Raymer Tinsley Frank Foreman Robert Bennett Orval Miller Syd ney Williams Joshua Fields Burr Morton William RileyMartin Tho as Charlie Thomas Douglas Felix Allison Barnett Estill Barnett Ro Vinlions John J Williams Trimble Pendleton Harold Holbrook Mc Henry Holbrook and Misses Mar Marks and Arbie Brown President Roosevelt in Louisville On account of the visit of Presi dent Roosevelt the Southern Railway will sell excursion tickets to Louis ville at low rates for evening trains of April 3rd and morning trains of April 4th good returning April 5th The Chief Executive will spend a portion of the day April 4th in Louisville and an elaborate pro gramme including a parade speech by the President etc has been pre pared For full information call on your localagent or address C H HUNGEUFORD D P A Louisville Ky Notice in Bankruptcy In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro division In the matter of Walter C Knott bankrupt To the creditors of Walter C Knott of Rooker Knott of Ma tanzas in the county of Ohio and district aforesaid bankrupt LNotice is hereby given that on the 20th day of March A D 1905 the said Knott was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the law HnltfordrKentucky on the 7th day of April A D 1905 at 2 oclock p m at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint nI trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before saidmeeting 4JA DEAN Referee in Bankruptcy March 24 1905 mm ANGER Union County Farmer Finds Revenge Expensive He Pays 2500 in Damages In Shoothing a Teacher Morganfield Ky Mar 25James Fletcher tne farmer who shot Claude Buchanan because the latter whipped his daughter while she attended the school taught by Buchanan last spring was fined 400 in the circuit freetuse of his gun has jcost him about 2600 At the last meeting of the court Buchanan secured a judgment of 2500 against Fletcher for personal injuries The judgment was compromised by Fletcher paying over 1250 to the schoolteacher Last spring Buchanan was teaching a country school in this county and two daughters of Fletcher were itnnecssary to use corporal punishment on one of them to maintain order After feeling the sting of the birch isthe girl with her sister left the school and went home They told their father and he was so infuriat ed that he at once went to the schoolhouse In the quarrel Buchanan was shot in the face by Fletcher The farmer was indicted Buch anon filed a suit for 10000 damages against Fletcher and the farmer and his daughter filed counter suits for damages against the teacher One of Fletchers attorneys stated today that the shooting and law suitsrvitkthofine today had cost the farmer in the neighborhoodof 2500 v OPPOSE POOLING PLAN Hancock County Farmers Wilt Hold Their Tobacco For Better Prices amtheIwarehouse plan similar to that in vogue in Owensboro was voted down n represenIcompany was here and presented the proposition and explained details but it did not please the tobacco growers of this county A resolution rejecting the proposi lion was passed and also one just as heartily deciding to hold on to the tobaccco until better prices can be obtained It was also decided to institute a method by which the farmers could help those needing as sistance antil such time as they could sell to advantage Stratton Gary T Wade Stratton of near Hart ford was united in marriage Tues day to Miss Violet Gary of Louisville The ceremony took place at the home of Esq J A Park Rev J W Cantrill Nocreek performed the in the presence of a few immediate friends of the young peopleMr Stratton is a successful young teacher He is now finishing up a business course in the Bowling Green Business College In whatever field ofendeavor his ambition may lead hIm he is sure to succeed Miss Gary is a young lady of rare beauty and loveliness and was of course a society favorite The young people left immediately for Louisville where they will visit relatives of the bride After a weeks stay in the city they will re side in Bowling Green until Mr Stratton shall have completed his work inschool TilE REPUBLICAN joins their many friends in extending best wishes 3Codol Dyspepsia ro DItswhat you eats CATARRH THE MOST DANGEROUS- OF ALL CHRONIC DISEASES Colds Not Promptly Cured Are Sure to Cause Catarrh Catarrh Improperly Treated Is Sure to Make Life Short and Miserable Many Wonderful Cures Are Made by Peruna CATAl1111 1 spares no organ or tune of the body It is capable of destroying sight taste smell hearing ILtntloa secretion assimilation and GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems Col P C Boyle the Pennsylvania oil expert after visiting the Kansas and Indian Territory oil fieids declares that oilcan be found anywhere between Neodosha Kansas and the Gulf of Mexico The American evangelists who have been holding the great revival in London declare that the success of the mission has exceeded their most sanguine expectations Over a thousand convey ts they say have publicly professed religion and thousands more have privately ac knowledged the spirit I r- r The Court of Appeals has adjourned for the January term after dispos ing ofa number of important cases Judgment of the Harrison Circuit Court sentencing Curtis Jett j to be hanged for the murder of i James o krill at Jackson was reversed and the case remanded for a new trial The petition for a rehearing was overruled the case of Caleb Powers which goes back to the Scott Circuit court for a fourth trial Mrs Shadwick was sentenced Tuesday to ten years in the peniten tiary as a result of her recent con viction in the Federal Courtat Cleve land By good behavior the time may bereduced to six years and four months I She appeared to be resign her ExUSSendtor DYCorbin Perthose troubled with catarrh So many of my acquaintances have been cured and benefited by its use that Its curative qualities should be generally known 1 do not hesitate to- recommend It as the best rem cdyyet discovered for that dls lease D Y CorbIn 916 ChI cago Opera House Chicago III excretion It pervades every part of tho human body Per na also cures bronchitis coughs and consumption in the first stages with unfailing certainty lIon D Y Corbin Is oxUnited States Senator and cousin of Adjutant General Corbin of tho United States Army Judgo Corbin is one of the bet known lawyers In Chicago and stands high pro fessionally and socially The above endorsement coming from such a man ed to her fate when she appeared in court for sentence Air appeal will be taken and her case will be fought in all the courts Other charges against her will be filed away and not re vived unless on appeals the convictionshould be set asideI A Chicago syndicate the Greenburg Oil Company fifteen producing wells and 2500 acres of land in Cumberland county Ky The purchase price was 40000 The trial of Nan Patterson for the murder of Caesar Young will be be gun before Recorder Goff in the Court of General Sessions New York City early in April At the request of District Attorney Jerome Justice Fitzgerald removed the case from the Supreme Court where it was to the court of General Sessions r BLOODY TRAGEDY Girl Fatally Shoots Fiancee who Wrests Revolver from Her andI Mortally Wounds Her Somerset Ky March 2iDeath may place his seal upon the lives of two of this citys best known young people and put a most dramatic close to what was in its incipiency mere ly a lovers quarrel Sunday afternoon Mack Tate called at the home of Miss Minerva Dob son to whom he was affianced With in a short time the two had a misunderstanding which quickly ripened into a bitter quarrel Stung to the quick by the hot words that had passed between themthe girl sprang cannot help but add weight and import ance to tho thousands of testimonials from tho humbler walks of life Catarrh is tho cause of at least one half of tho Ills to which tho human family is subject IB there no way to escape from It r There la Peruna never falls to curo a cold Pe rnna never falls to euro catarrh In tho first stage Feruna cures catarrh in the second stage nine cases out of ten Pa rana cures catarrh in Its last and worst stages in the majority of cases and never falls to benefit every case however badr A book on the cure of throat and lung diseases and catarrh in all stages and varieties sent freo to any address by Tho Peruna Medicine Co Columbus O My Life thing by a Mere Thread Peruna Cured Me Tire Sarah Smart 270 Hayward St Brooklyn N Y writes 1 cant tell in words how low I was lfy life hung by a mere thread I was waiting for months to die My troublo was consumption or bronchitis I suffered no pain when I was low but coughing and breathing kept sapping what little strength I had I could not eat sleep or oven loan back on a chair I was a mero skeleton I said to my husband I cant last much longer My neighbors say they do not knov how I ever recovered It was al most a miracle- I took your medicine but three months when I could do my housework and washing and have been doing It over since Now I am able to do any thing You would never think I had been troubled with such a serious ill ness I shall always keep your medicine- in my houselira Sarah Smart Despaired of Recovery Mrs R L Aullch Vice President American Genealogical Association Gof II street N W Washington D C writes I know whereof I speak when I say that Peruna Is wonderful remedy for colds and catarrhal trouble Last fall I was very much debilitated from tM effect of a cold contracted early in the summer and which I neglected I knew j that my system was inneed of medicine and rest but to find the right thing was the problem Happily I gave Pernna s trial first and have no reason to complain of the results Within a month I had entirely recovered my strength and good health and really felt better and stronger than ooforers R L Aullch It you do not derive prompt and satin factory results from the use of Peruna write at onco to Dr Ilartman giving n full statement of your case and he will i bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vleo gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Ilartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 to a table andpicking up a revolver opened fire on her lover The bullet passed through Tates abdomen and lodged in his body Despite his serious wound the sweetI open ed fire on her emptying the remain ing contents of the revolver into her body One shot shattered her right arm another took effect in the other arm and the third pierced her head It is believed that Miss Dobson cannot live while Tates wound is such that his death is likely tooc cur Visit of Pres Roosevelt Louis ville Ky April 4 1905 F On account above occasion round- trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Louisville for 420 tickets sold April 3rdand for morning train April 4th limited for return to April 5th1905 S B VAN METER Agt Special Prices for Our Opening All of our 300 Umbrellas in Blacks Browns Blues TwoTones Reds and fancy borders a big assortment at 198 Special prices on Lace Curtains Lot No 1 regular price 1 special price 79c lot No2 regular price 125 special price 9ScLot No 3 regular price 200 special price 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 aro for that day only CARSON Co irk I S + z i AMIRA e 1d JrvrT yxsenMiafCfagCT Y li Yr u = Ll y dal t r i I+ i Ki I MOTHER AND DAUGHTER Hypnotized Each Other Bot Asleep Thirteen Days I Attention ot the Medical World 1 Is Centered on the Re markableCases- New York March 25 = Mutual lypnotism is the cause assigned by j j i Dr Paul Allen who occupies the ehavrof materia medics in the New t iYorkHomeopathic College for th fstrungsleep now lasting 13 days o- i Urs James H Heustis and her t daughter Luella The two women lie in their deep I trance at the presbyterian Hospital amp until the suggestion exercised J By each upon the other is broken neither will awaken according to the alienistVery likely said Dr Allen f line woman has hypnotized the titer This would open the way on intosuggestion and the circuit could be complete Often such patients may be I awakened by outside suggestion stronger than that exercised upon ch other For instance in a case of hypteroepilepsy the patient might be told that boiling water was to be poured upon him When cold water is then dashed upon the body the suggestion that it is boiling wat er revives the patient- In other words the minds of the two women in perfect sympathy mu tually react making the sleep deep er as it progresses There are few cases like that of t the two patients For 13 days they have lain motionless It is quite possible that both hear and under stand what is going on around them without the power to express them selves by the slightest movement of a muscle Food is forced down their throats the swallowing muscles being pow erless This food consists of eggs beaten up in milk and its nutritive power is sufficient to keep the two alive Up to a late hour today neither showed signs of awakening It i probable that both will recover con 1 sciousness at the same time unless the sleep ends in death In that cas Dr Allens remarkable diagnosis wilI be almost proved The attention of the medical world is centered on the curious case Physicians generally scout the idea that the coma is the result of the gas poisoning to which both wouldtunanimous opinion Dr Fisher who has charge of the 1cases said that a case so prolonged 1 was extremely usual The daughter he said showed a slight fever bu the mothers tempature is normal The bodily fuctions of both are per featly normal with the exception of rise in the temperature in the young er woman I Nothing will cure Indigestion that thkre I w to starve yourself in order to rest four stomachtake Kodol Dyspepsia J CurerIt will digest any quantity ofI all the wholesome food you want tat while your stomach takes a rest j recuperates and grows strong This wonderful preparation is justly en I titled to all of its many remarkable j tures Sold by Z Wayne Gritlin Bro m TWENTY YEARS SLEEP Rip Van Winkles Case May Have Been More Fact Than i Fiction CYlrnpl lour rrnp Even superficial students of folklore i know that the tale of Hip Van Winkle supposing that Irving really heard it in the old Dutch cttIemcntI along the Hudson is by peculiar to that district but isfoun r in some form or other allover0 world In other wordgthoidea thati i t It is possible fliT a human being to j l survive in a stare of uncnnciousnoss for a very long te would seem to Et founded on r u uJ exjitnance Dr LJW V PoLul- t etin of the Academy of Medicine re parts such an experiancs the case of a woman who actually did so far conhyears Thli patient of a neurotic and hysterical family had always been delicate and nervous On May 31 183 she was seriously frightened and fell into violent hysteria whiqh after twentyfour hours passed into unconsciousness In this condition interrupted every month or six weeks by sudden convulsive attacks she lay until slay 23 1903 kept alive entirely by injections of nourish ment willfl gimng of her sleep and the next day there was another convultion On May 25 she began definitely to recover consciouness and by the next day was able to speak intelligently of events before her sleep and also remember from day to day since her sleep such as the drawing of her teeth she knew nothing On the evening of May 28 she died peace fully The particular case is of interest chiefly to the medical profession but the general fact of survival in un consciousness for a very long time shows how such tales as those of the Sleeping Beauty the Seven Sleep ers of Ephesus and Rip Van Winkle to mention only the most familiar examples could haveoriginated from actual experiance and observation Very likely such cases occurred more than once Truth is stranger than fiction runs the old saying It is undoubt edly more correct to say that fictio merely enlarged reduced distroy jiS and otherwise decorated fact and without a fact within general knowledge from which to start fic tion could not exist It is entirely safe to conjecture that at some pre historic period sleeping not out of doors of course but under shelter and for many weeks and probably months if not years there was a Rip Van Winkle I 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 stric Bitters S A Brown of Ben nettsville S C says For years my wife suffered intensely from aetorpid liver until she lost her strength and 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 1and healthy Z Wayne Griffin guaranteed meNO POLITICAL FAVORITESt Postmaster General has put the PostmasterstUnder the Civil Service I Washington March 25 Postmas ter General Cortelyou has created a sensation among Republican politi cians by his policy in regard to fill ing the office of fourthclass Post masters He has decided after conference with the President that all these places numbering 71000 shall be placed under a practical form a Civil Service All Postmas tars who have made good records will he retained The news has been handed out to Senators and Representatives who Ihave called on the new Postmaster during the past few days to press the claims of applicants It also has been sent to every quarter of the country in letters from 111 Cortelyou to politicians seeking appointments in the postal service for faithful workers j Politicians gradually are awakening to a realization that whatC amounts to the most sweeping Civil order since the enactment of Civil Service act has been theI put into effect Practically the bit of patronage remaining outside of the clasified service has been talc 111en away from them 4 i Pleasant and Harmless Porit drug the stomach to cure c nes i ough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflamma tion out of the throat lungs and bronchial tubes heals soothes and- e cures A quilt cure for Croup and Whooping Cough Sold by Z Wayne I Griffin S Bro m SUNDAY SCHOOL International Lesson for Sunday April 2 Briefly Discussed ILiMon I John X 71SJ Jesus had lately used those indis pensables light and water emblems of His office and function He now employs a new figure almost as familiar for Hebrews were alwayi a pastorial folk This with the story of the Vine and Branches chap ter xv is said to be the only instance of allegory in the New Testi mentThe Jewish church had grown into a great ecclesiastical establishment furnishing numerous offices of honor power and emolument These were naturally sought by the ambitions 1and held tenaciously by the successful One object of this allegory 5 S to set fourth the character of these mercenaries Like thieves the have effected an entrance in such way that their true character h not been discovered But thou they have obtained the garb of office they do not have the following of the true members The latter of following flee and do not l them The character of these false shepherd is further They work havoc in the highest i terests of men They steal kill nn distroy in the realm of spiritual value Their purely mercenar spirit is indicated by the epithet hireing In any final crisis when the very life of those whom they likne arrant cowards Thus with steady and courageous hand Jesus held the mirror before fhe hierarchy of Hi day On the dark background of the false shepherd Jesus now projects the ideal of the true He is one who enters upon His founction of the appointed way The Holy Spirit t11 porter approves the church recognizes Him the sheep hear His voice His life is spent in care of the flock He calleth leadeth putteth forth goes before Jesus makes a decided turn in the allegory when he declares Himself t be the Door Entrance to the church is by the Person or work of Jesus As the eastern sheepfold has but one door so the church has none other than Christ There is none other name under heaven given among men Through Him we come to salvation and spiritual sustenance find pasture and the more abundantlife Again there are shepherds and shepehrds but Jesus is preeminently the Shepherd The evidence of this ishis untary surrender of life and reciprocal and perfect recogni ion subsisting between shepherd and sheepanalogous to that which maintains between father and son Finally Jesus bursts the shell of Jewish sectarianism in the generous and courageous words Other sheep have which are not of this fold It was a hint of this kind which had led these sectarists on a former occasion to ask scornfully Will He go and teach the Gentiles Alas how they did dissolve the pearl of chal t in the acid of sect The exaltspesonaboeainstitutions when He says there shall be one flock not one fold as in the Authorized Version which gives precisely the opposite sense invisibleIevery age The First Kiss The greatest surprise to a girl who gets kissed the first time is that there is no taste to itWaterloo Times No taste to it Well by the hen feathers in Cupids dart but the Times must be colorblind in the pal ate they tell usthose who have trial ittint it tastes like a double distilled essence of honey spread pumpkinI prettiest girl in all the world told us with her own eyes that it felt like a covoy of quails flying out of each ear and ended up with a sensation like a flock of angels putting molas down ones back No taste to the first kiss Great Scott It would upIliThe Times man must be an ice 11r- SUbsrribe for TUB REPt BIIPAK j ALL GOOD LIVERS Every One ot the Presidents Had i Ills Favorite Tipple I rhlcuRH Chrnnlrlt1 I From the standpoint of the Proms nibitionist none of the Presidents has been strictIu temperance i man Grant was fond of whisky punch and champnigno Johnson preferred Robertson county Ten nessee whisky Jackson drank rum brandy whisky or applejack All of the Presidents up to Van Buren indulged in liquors and Ma deira wine Polk Hayes and Wil limn Henry Harrison used liquors less than the others yet all three knew good grog when they tasted it The later Harrison like Presidents Arthur and Grant was appreciative of John Chamberlins famous apple toddy Garfield was fond of fine wines and once in a while indulged in brandy and ice Lincoln also took n snif 1tel of Bourbon occasionally and sherryhMonongahela whisky and was fond fine wines Pierce enjoyed a glass llof rum brandy or whisky and was happy over a mint julep on a hot summer afternoon parngo I 1and wines Taylor and Fillmore 11were fond of a glass ofgood Madeira or hrand tAll the President wore good mils 1els although Polk Hayes Lincoln and Johnson cared only for good square meals Allof them up to Van Hurons time played leo und brag Poker- S was unknown in those days Jack son was fond of whist Grant played euchre and poker Lincolns favo rite game was old sledge Pierce upj Johnson did not know one cant from another newer used tobacco in any form and was newer in a thea ter or at a horse race in his life Lincoln was fond of the theater He once said that he was particular 01y fond of the Merry Wives of Windsor with Hackett as Falstaff of Murdocks rendition of Hamlet Q Clear Original alcd BrIlliant IlsplrlnJ ttructlve I unN nunulnlnlnnlnlnXxnxII nu uNUnyuuu muNuI of Keans Richard and that ho rev garded Macbeth as Shakejpeires greatest workxHot Springs Art This great health and pleasure re sort is best reached via the Iron Mountain Route Quickest schedule and solid trains Pullman sleepers chair caru etc from St Louis or Memphis doily Now in the person to visit this great resort Low round trip rates liberal limits Handsome descriptive literature furnished free For rates map folders etc call on nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky tf Over 19 Hours Saved to Mexico By the superb double daily ser vice over the Iron Mountain Route and its connections the shortest and quickest line from St Louis to City of Mexico through San Antonio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 p m itnd 820 p m Elegant Dining Car ser vice Wonderful Mexico is attract plwisureseekerI leges Now is the time to go For descriptive literature rates etc see nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg LouisvilleKy tf Low One Way Colonist Ratear Vlii Big Four Route- To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON + OREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAH pryIntcrtnccllatc cri Itory- Tlckctwon Huh itch 110 Huy lF For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ads dress the undersirnltI- WUnS J I YMII4I p A T A Imlntmtl ibl N1 u vi111 rnerallrnt IMulrIIle Kr 750 to Disc to 65 andto otc an ondloss source of xlxlnnn11Nx1 I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass It Dr Discovery ForCeitutssnaSootItt A Perfect For All Throat Cure Lung Troubles Monty bck lritrallt Trial DottU frt n Cure Digests what you eat An Indisputabler material progress whichour country is now and has been making ffor the past decade of years s of the that benefit only the promoters of such at the expense of innocent investors In this age of genuine prosperiu with every legitimate business boom ing wages high work in giving to all willing to earn and products of the farm bring ing best prices there is little or no excuse for one not to join the army of The first and safest investment to S make is to become a reader of tin INQUIRER the greases and most reliable newspaper in th United States With the facts truth and information gleaned from its co umns one may become well qualified to reach out and secure his share ok profit that always accrues from invest 4 menU made The WEEKLY ENQUIRER costs bat one dollar for one years term The Sw nAY ENQUIRER costs you two dol lars for a year The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a week you get for fourteen a year- Without the aid of a firstclass newspaper success in any enterprise y becomes For ten cents jDAILYQUIRER Address 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for latest cttalotjuon of machines We fiavo all the newest popular hills In record cylinder and discs ofIY Columbia Phonograph Company IH7II9 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI Oo IGrspdPrfrn St Louis 1BO4 q I H r TO BUILD OCEAN HOTEL ft tfShIp Like Spanish Galleon Will Be the Home of a Califor nia Hostelry An ocean hotel built in the style of the Spanish galleons of the fif teenth century says the New York Press is one of the latest additions r planned for the city of Venice at i I new resort that has been opened on the California coast and both in a pearance and intention it will unique The high square stern and bulging bow the tapering with their quaint and clumsy mastsI the decks and outward r jments nil will be faithful reproduc the ships that first crossed the Atlantic and discovered America Inside of the vessel will be fitted up with all the luxurious ape + S pointments of a modern Atlantic liner She is to be called the Cabrillo in 4 t honor of the discoverer of the Pacific I and it will be a strange case of the old world come back to revis the new when she lies out in the hay under full sail She Is 182 feet long with a beam of 50 feet and on her construction alone 50000 is being 4 spent The furnishing and interi- oI equipments will bring the total cos up to three times that sum She will not be called upon to make any + venturesome voyages however for she is to rest on piles 300 feet from the shore To board her visitors will walk along the wide pleasure pier that al ready has been built and from it a wide gangway with handrails on both sides will lead to her main al deck This will be given up to a J large and handsomely furnishod sa loon a spacious diningroom and suites of nppartmcnta provided with every convenience that can be found in hotel on shore There also will be the kitchen a chiefs home far different from till gallery that any old Spanish ship knew A grand staircase will lead vt down to the lower deck where a large number of bedrooms arranged Jie like cabins wilf be provided There 1will bo moro cabins on the upper deck and an attractive drawing room for ladies while promenades will bOo laid out on tho forecastle the deckhouse and the poop deck Pro ii ion will be made for dancing and i plenaure parties anti for canFertsnm i L onterhlnmQntBit n ofold o the Cabrillo with all his assistants cabin boys and waiters will be drowd In full Spanlah uniform gilt tel ng with gilt and epaulets Roosevelt on nome Life Hollowing ore extracts from an address by President Kooevylt be a 4 fore the triennial convention of the National Congress of Mother held in Washington D C recently No ordinary work done by It man it either as harts or as responsible ue the work of u woman who is bring ing up a family of small children for upon hcv time and strength de mantle are mado not only evory hou of the day but often every hour o 0 tho night No piled up wealth no splendor of material growth no brillianco of WillllimnunontjlIy The primary duty of the husband is to be the honnimaker the bread winner for his wife and childrenand j the primary duty of the woman is motherThe be the helpmeet the housewife toI way to give a child a r I chance in life is not to bring it up i luxurybutto see that ithas the kind- of training that will give It strength of character Just as the happiest and mos tl honorable and most useful task that can be set any man is to earn for the support of his wife anc1his family for the bringing up and starting in life of his children so the most de sirable task which beset any woma is to be a good and wise mother in a home marked by selfrespect mutual forbearance by to perform duty and by refusal sink into selfindulgence or avoi that which entails effort or selfsac rifice 11 But the man or woman who de liberately foregoes these blessings t of raising children whether from j 3viciousness coldness shallow heart edness self indulgence or mere fall ure fcyii plZ4trjg1 he tulle I t confideInrepclrperienbCneed advice There Is every reason wh r women should not delicate constitutions In the hand of unskilled persons It requires u thorough education to appreciate and the womanly organism When a woman has ills mid pains that she cannot bear when life seems dark for every woman she confide her to a- phyalclan of standing in the community or one who has a national Cer tain it would not be the port of wisdom to confute in an ignorant without medical education simply because she was a urtnrarorThere s every reason wh she should write to some great specialist one who has made the diseases of women a specialty for n third of a century like Dr R V Pierce founder of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo N Y aaredlrconfidentlal i without charge it5o uniformly successful has Dr Pierce a rrrscrfptlon proven In nil forms of Female Weakness or Palling of Womb and leaetttthcatltataRercurin the worst cases of these distressing and debilitating ailments Dr Pierce now feels fully warranted In offering to pay 500 fn ah for any case of these disease which he cannot cure shouldtbe fever a laxative 1 s required ence between the allimportant am the unimportant why such a creature merits contempt as hearty as any visited upon the soldier who runs away in battle or upon the man who refuses to work for the support of those dependent upon I him and who though ablebodied is yet content to cat in idleness the bread which others provide Got Off Cheap Ho may well think he has got off cheap who after having contracted constipation or indigestion is still able to perfectly restore his health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings j New Life Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache conII j stipation etc 25c at Z Wayne Grit j fin Bros drug store guaranteed m- An Obstinate lunaticILeroy M Taylor of Washington who devoted many years to the stud of insanity used to say that the invincible obstinacy of insanity was what interested him in connection with the subject He once knew a hetwas rt and ably and finally said Now yau 1 m ti chemist know that if you are j dead you cannot bleed Will you let me cut you slightly by way of ex periment The monomaniac agreed and of course when an incision va I mane in his arm blood flawed ir stantly There soul Dr Taylor That proves that you are not dead Oh no was the confi dent reply It merely shows that ideiid men inn bleed LIUo FUullfiR Money handing health is like finding non sickfor net promptly like W C Bnrbor of San Ho says I a jterriblelchekt trouble causedd- b y sinoke and coal dust on my lungs but after finding no relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr hing New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world At J5 Wayne Griffin Bros drug store 50c and 100 guaran teed Trial bottle free m Point1I db energyt casion and emphasizes important things without the need of exclama tion In other words it saves its owner from unnecessary words or acts and prepares her for necessary inn life poise is never really attained cotsiting asd bodily carriages is always noted for exceptional power either mental or physical but generally both If this is true of bodily poise what power must come from the right poise and aim of the whole nature Juacrt I J SMART WOMAN Dropped Dynamite Into Well and Her Husband Came Out inn Sour Slum 1 Cur Chtrimn Oirouldc A fine example of wifely devotion and of mind in times of danger oc curedon the Township in this county yesterday A 200foot well had run dry on the farm of Judge Delehanty in Kilken ny and Lawrence Tingley for 50 undertook the job of digging it down to water He placed a windlass tithe well and started operations by having his assistant Timmothy ORourke let him down into the well in a bucket When the bucket was down about 16 feet from the top ORourke al lowed his hands to slip on the handle of the windlass The Handle left his graspwhirled around oncerstruck him under the chin and knocked him senseless The release of the windlass and its sudden stoppage again when the handle struck ORourke caused the rope to break and the bucket to fall to the bottom of the well Tingley saVing himself for the moment by hanging with his finger ends in the crevices of th stone wall But it could not be for long The minuteIthe bucket to the bottom down to certain death At this moment Mrs Tingley bringing the then their lunch arrived on the scene She saw the motionless body of the as sistant near the well and glancing down perceived her husband cling to the wall She fully realized his peril With vigorous arms she pull ed the windlass away from the well laid two strong planks close at hand naImJteinto the well In n second it struck the bottom and exploded There was parting of the earth as from an earthquake and then in n cloud of dust smoke and gas Tingley shot out of the well like a cannon ball and up 20 feet into the air Instantly his devoted wife laid the planks over tho top of the well and descending Tingley uninjured fell upon their elastic surface and was saved The hired man had a new full set of false teeth smashed by the blow on his chin but the dynamite set water in the well to flowing IIthc so Tingloy bought his employ now molars out of the 50 profit on the job Fo rin-I Baberat account I to I a baby that shyjbabies are fat Hy ur baby is scravny Scouts Emulsiollis what he Wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat doanot cry they are rich their fat is 1 ai d up for j time of need They are happy because they are comfortable The fat surI rounds their little nerves and cushions them When i they are scrawny those j nerves are hurt at every ungentle to u c h They delight in Scotts Emul sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for free sample Be sure that this picture In the form of a label Is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott tip Bowne Chemists4- OO 4ta Ffart Jtrttt Jtu York- 60ctndJlpO f 7UI i ao j JAPS PROVE APT PUPILS By Watching Others the Little Brown Men Gathered Many Bits of Knowledge The first steamship the mikado owned the officer said had been bought at Birkenhead second hand from a mercantile company They I armed it any way at all and sent it out to Japan with a British crew I The Japanese had closely watched the maneuvers and methods of thej Frenchand other squadrons that had- r come to Japan at consular calls They seemed delighted with their bargain In their impatience to handle the steamship they dismissed the sailors and sent on board a na tive crew These men peeled off their clothes to work They did fairly well in the landllocked Osaka bay One afternoon the officers andI crews of the French warship could not make out why the Birkenhead steamship went around the bay circling a narrowing course at the top of its speed and when it neared the flagship the commander of the steamship clUed out Something wrong with the engine We can neither stop nor slow down Leave roundebut further off from us sang out the French captain This the Japs Frenchefrigate towed them to their moorings and they relished the compli ments they received on the way in which they handle the wheel The mikado hearing of the occur rence asked the French admiral if he could arrange to afford the crew of the steamship some naval instruc tion He courteously told off for duty a lieutenant a midshipman now the old officer I talked toand- a dozen or so of the enginemen and sailors They brought back every evening amusing stories about their pupils who tnsisted on taking hot baths daily in swabbing buckets They continued to cast aside their clothes when hard work had to be got through However their zeal to learn their close applicationtheir quickness amazed their instructors They went to their tasks with minds fresh ancPretentive as a childs and the reasoning powers of clever adults In six weeks they needed po more teaching and they could out strip Breton sailors in baffling the fury of a typhoon A Destructive Flre To draw the fire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving a scaruse DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve A specific fqr plies Get the genuine J L Tuekereditor of the Harmonizer Centre Ala writehI have used DoYitts Witch Hazel Salve in my family for Piles cuts and burns It I is tftq best salve on the market Evory family should keep it on I hand Sold by Z1 Wayne Griffin IBro m u Sunflower Philosophy I AtobhHtu 1Fnnd tilutr Uojtt be a misfortune teller tfthe citizens are all right the- citN111 take care of itself Y are not ground down and we ddrto believe othor people are If your friends should be asked this question about you Is he stingy what would they say If the bride and groom are disap pointed they shouldnt show it un doesntIexpert any sooner i A plan never knows till he gets out of the rut how many jolts and bruises he would lyxVL missed by staying in it About the worst nightmare that comes to an elderly woman is a I famIThe most tiresome man is the man who thinks he is a good talker He has a lot of set phrases suppos edto mean a longing for the Uplift but which really mean nothing at all Sucha man is really another man do ing nothing An Atchison young man who cant tell Monday morning what became of the money paid him by his em ployerlSaturday night is about to marry ajgirl who can remember to a pennyjust what she did with every dollar she has spent since she was ten Friends are making bets which disposition will rule in the settling tocome I- caaTORxat Baatrtie Aua KM You Han Always Bo- undr I t 0 11071 I IInand been inmlo under sonal supervision since its pcrIAllow no ono to deceive In All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants anti Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine other Narcotic substance ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Norms and allays FeverIshness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sleepThoGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S2 Bears the Signature of The Kind You Haye Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Tttt etrTuw eOHMNV TT MUMIIAT eracn weir roes CITY 7 I j Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age deattbthttJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 1 i S a TO BE OF VALUE MUST BE USEFULkl Abusiness education can be used every day and is therefore the best education obtainable Hundreds of graduates in permanent positions their success to a course in coLGCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE Wo teach thoroughly and practically Bookkeepitjgf Businesr Arithmetic Spelling Commercial Law Correspondence Banking Shorthand Typewriting Actual Business practice Patronage Cheap Board Reasonable Tuition Write for catalogue Address y LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGEI EVANSVILLE IfJD OR HOPKIN8VILLE KY p q w01 A x AStotcasmannnewtuleerrthre tiw niamer aerGtiatlamarqyltals1byucm CrAshFeaLulanqt sit reverence been Iho anm- torrat re a fhMley bIaIIM- eelplef stetiacent Liumptpp Wrala r J OTE VEN3ARM90TOOLCOr0 CII1COPEU FALL MASS U S A Jw CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought 1 Boars tho- SlgnAturO 91 has his you nor Its owe and jVtork MS gooclus the best MIH prices as I1111Its tho cheapest Give his your order MIK be convinced J- fII si er ficte Mat Ii ears YOUR SPOONS nornr wbereremonln duahi v meayotlternod cdum y tai fur erthey lie elc4 Iroo pactenu atarprd r p 1LTcrja iPjIN 1 0 r nai+ ILuK n ocr Roam buJt I rItptaou yen iaakt- 1 men aIIl1 value Iaores with rho orbital- ed tnuin Gold y daal rn- Indfcd v y whue +++++4+++io+ +++ +++++++ Z1c +t+ FEMACURAt Many remedies for F iaale Diseases liNt on the market but the only one that t hRa proven to be m nhiolatt and pdxltlve cure lor nil arms of Female Trouble li k FEJIACUnA AInsltrlIwlhconvince Ihmontakeptlcnl of It almost ml 4 raculoDi cnrutlr power UttJ onlyby tbt LE1TCIIFIKID PUAIIMACALCO J locl For onle by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 4 +i + tt4 r44w+w ++ + l0kY v44d HT t r t4 fivYi + + PAr- r fir ldljf i J JIO 1L oro oA rIV dI J J = t t Hartford Republican i iIlluedby the llnrltonl 1nhlleblngCompny I IXCURrORAYKD tCE H IIIIEdUorf tzrCQt O tt1rr 34I- I I 1 1 IFRIDAY MARCH 31 1 t IREPUBLICAN TICKET I roil HEIRE8ENTATIVK t I CHARLES C BEARD t FOR COUNTY JUliO co VJ B TAYLOR I i tronCOUNTY COURT CIEKK i rwS TINSLEV U1TYATTO1tNEYi BllliltlFFiR B MARTIN ron JAIIEK J r OSCAR MIDKIFF I f SUPERI NTiN DENT OF SCHOOLS i I CJAMES M DEWEESE f I FOR ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH I TOR SURVEYOR NATHANIEL MOXLEY jOIICORONER JEROME ALLEN Fun MAGISTRATE We are natbortiml to nnnonnce JOHN M t 8IICITZ M n candidate lor the office of Mngli l trate ol the Cromwell district subject to the ac r tlonof the Republican party We are authorized to announce MACK COOK t M n candidate for the office of Magistrate ol the ICromwell district subject to the action of Re publlcun party J i We are authorized to announce W P Mil i fIEIt Horse Itranch ai a candidate for the of lice Magistrate of the Cromwell district ub k fret to the action ell the Republican party i ONLY two have entered for the Democratic Derby t f A RUSSIAN soldier is in almost as much danger as an antiHargis citi zen of Breathitt county MRS CHADWICK may break into J the magazines but the jailors will keep her off the stage for awhile IT is that an Iowa lad has theIgirls have a picnic with him later t j onA MISSOURI boodler has lost his mind Probably it failed under the rI strain of remorse at being found out t a IN AN unguarded moment Mr I Bryan says Whatever the people r want is right And by the way the people didnt want Mr Bryan J TUB Czar cannot deny that he t would have saved a good deal of f money if he had taken Japans advice about surrendering earlier t MR CLEVELAND answers the intermittent i question What shall we do with our exPresidents Let f them alone to go fishing in peace IT is proposed to nominate Alton B Parker for Appellate Judge in New York If he looses that thereL will be nothing for him to do except to r start a magazine IN ABOUT a million years accord ing to a Chicago professor men will be transformed into birds A few i of theladies already come under that classificationI t Now THAT spring has seemingly dawned upon us it is up to the city dads to further consider the prop osition of macadamizing Main street and making much needed repair in the sidewalks on some of the most 1 traveled streets THE decision of the Fayette Ciri i cuit Judge which refused to grant two Hargises and Sheriff Callahan charged with complicity in the mur fromjto a realization of the seriousness of the charge against thema TilE news editor of the Madisor ville Hustler brings up the rear with the statement that the Court of Ap pealsfrefused to grant Caleb Powers- a reversal of the death sentence in his case As a matter of fact the Court of Appeals on the 6th day of last December reversed the Powers case and remand jJ it to the trial a r court for a new trial The Hustle- man is only about four months late ITS up to someone to answer following interrogation from th CourierJournal Does the Demo cratic State Committee propose to try to get along temporarily without the cooperation of Judge Hargis or does it propose to hold its meetings in jail What to do with Hargis has been the subject of inquiry in Democratic ranks for sometime A white elephant Somebody help them let go- T JULES VERNE the French novel ist died at his home in Amines France March 24 He possessed a brilliant and originative imagina tion and was the most widely rea writer of fiction of his day His first books entered fields of thought looked upon as irridecent dreams but which have been since explored by the scientist and philosopher Among the subjects where hi thoughts were the forerunners of facts are renal and submarine navi gation He was a busy worker and therefore wrote many volumes of fiction most of which is destined to long endure BUFORD March 29News is scarce erybody busy planting potatoes an breaking corn ground Mrs Mattie Stevens of Henderson visited Mrs Dollie Pate and othe relatives here last week Walter Parks and Bud Bean o Southerland Station visited Judge Ben Newton Saturday night and SundayJohn Blair and son Walter visited W N Blair near Goshen yester I dayMrs Sam Rhoads is able to be out againMrs Josie Coleman is but little i any better Euriah and Jake Westerfield Pleasant Ridge visited Owen Maga TuesdayB Graves went to Hartford MondayMrs Jessie Henderson of Beda visited her daughter Mrs R L Paris Saturday Gilson Fielding of Pleasant Ridge- is teaching us a fine singing school at this place C L Fields of Owensboro is vis iting his mother who is quite sick at her daughters Mrs Laura Magan Notice in Bankruptcy- In the District Court of the Unit ed States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro Division In the matter of George M Mad dox bankrupt To the creditors of George M Maddox of Rockport in the county of Ohio and district aforesaid bank ruptNotice is hereby given that on the 20th day of March A D 1905 the said Maddox was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the law office of Heavrin Woodward i Hartford Kentucky on the 7th day of April at 2 oclock p m at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claimsappoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meetingJ DEAN Referee in Bankruptcy March 22 1905 RENDER March 28Len McGavock of Cloverport was here last Wednesday J H Brown was in Prentis and Beaver Dam last Wednesday Mack Dowell returned from Lin March April May There is a best time for doin- geverythingthat is a time when a thing can be done to the best ad vantage most easily and most effectively Now is the best time for purifying your blood Why tryingtopimples and other eruptions that have come on your face and body Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Are tho medicines to takethey do the work thoroughly and agreeably and never fall to do it youhaveSareapartlltoobNlprlhrouJhtheHoods Snrsaparllla promises to euro and keeps tho promise I AyersFor hard colds bronchitis asthma and coughs of allIkinds you cannot take any i thing better than Ay- ersCherry II j Pectoral j Cherry Pectoral Ask youi own doctor if this Is not so He uses it He understands why it soothes and heals i I had a terrible cimth for weeks TbelllItook Ayers Cherry Iectarel and dEneompHteljrrureil me ollaIJn UAMtumi St Joseph Zk HOC f100 J C AYIR CO All 11fortaiel i Coughs Colds You will hasten recovery tak lIng ono of Ayers Pills at bedtime Iton Ind last Thursday after an of two months City Police Reneer was in Center town last Thursday R B and J W Rowe of Center town were here last Friday Messrs T J Morgan and J A ashbrookofBeaverDamwerehered last Saturday Messrs Simon Jones D W Gwyn fromrLucyefDoss spent in Beaver Dam Wm 0 Neil of Central City was here last Saturday Messrs S M Reynolds and Jacob Westerfield were in Hartford last Saturday Mrs Bettye Joslyn of South Car andfand Sunday ofnwere day G W Barnes of Be ver Dam was here last Sunday James Cates of Central City was here last Sunday W S Vick of Owensboro was here yesterday Messrs Ed Mossbarger Geo Lyon and Jno Miles of Louisville were here yesterday Sam James Sr was in Hartford yesterdayByron Beaver Dam was here yesterday Rhea Armstrong of Leitchfield was here today C M Baggerly of Louisville was here today W H Minor Central City was here today J R Scott of Paducah was here today Dr H B Innes was in Beaver Dam today R M Gwyn has a sore wrist at 14 thiswriting Slate fell on it in the mines 14 wan1 Court House Chat Perhaps no man now living is as familiar with the early history of Hartfordand Ohio county as the Hon H P Taylor Mr Taylor has had better oppor tunity to learn than most of us his grandfatherlHarrison Taylor was a pioneer and had the early history from the lips of the men whose struggles with wild beasts and wilder now almost obserIationyoung grandsonthe stories of cour age of privation and selfdenial which made up the early history of Hartford andjwith a boys love for tale of adventure the grandson cherished theunwritten history thus taught a i In May1799a man named Stateler in company with a party of fellow Germans from Pensylvania started on the long tripldown the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans At the month o what is now known as Red river Stateler left the flatboat to shoot a deer The deer tiedI and Stateler pursued it lost hIsI way and was left alone in the great wilderness his comrades thinking him dead After the first unreasoning fit ofI terror and despair passed away theI man started to wend his way on foot through the solitude to Pennsylvania Days of misery and nights of apprehension succeeded each other Foot sore weakened by hunger andsick ened by the mist and damp from the bottoms StReler left the river oand branched out after crossing Green river While stumbling through the dense cane on Nocreek his ears heard the tinkle of a cow bell and he followed her with his last remaining strength until she came to what is now Hartford Only one house stood here then and it stood where A T Nulls rest dence is and was occupied by a Ger man family Stateler was taken in and his wants ministered to because in those days a white face was a friends face But alas and alack With the pas sing of old trials there passed many of the elder virtues and now it takes goodeyes to tell by the aid of electric light whether the face be that of a friend or foe The leaves had not begun to fall but there was some thing doing on the west steps leading up to the Court House Jim DcWccsc wts explain ing to a crowd of College students that there was inpoint of fact no such creature as a toad frogthat itwas either a frog or n toad Capt Keown was relating some experiences which he never had and Lis Ragland was pretending to listen to each and trying to look interested Then Judge Wilson offered to explain the superiority of the Plymoth Rock chicken over the Brown Leg horns or any other breed on earth and one by one the crowd vanished as though ashamed of their foolish boasting or parade of idle learning BEDA March 9Mrs Dr Stewart ac companied by Emmett Loney visit ed her parents Mr and Mrs F W Pirtle Sunday Rev Cahtrill filled his regular ap pointment at Shinkle Chapel Sun dayWalter Parks Sutherland visited relativeshereSaturday and Sunday Master Clyde Chinn Beaver Dam is visiting his uncle Owen Chinn this week The grist mill which was recently purchased by Messrs W C Bennett and Ambrose Miller will be in operation soon Miss Mollie Humphrey went to Hartford Saturday The school at this place is progress ing nicely Mrs Fielden Bennett called on her sister Mrs P Bennett Tuesday eveningMrs Warren Bennett visited her parents Mr and Mrs S L Biard MondayS Bennett went to Beaver Dam on business Thursday Hayden Webb Nocreek was in our town one day last week SubscribA for TilE REPUHLICAN I r I The Reel Sale is a rite I cess It was all to open V the eyes of many would provoke the imytlil the country It even of tilts I legal lights of I we I could not possibly making an assignment andI But W Mere to stay with Wo an I again before you Spring Clothing tIlt most GaulsF and the must Oxfords limits rued l pine 4 ed before tho and smartest styles are enticing array of the latest lines things to mare your I best TlureisI b N otl3liig Than your spring show in the springtime make up increases your you in a better light friends Everybody likes best advantage You a very economical wily have ttho goods and the you ask You can Spring Opening anti SaWo ask you to Wo I will bo willsee tho newest and I You will see It Iclso Wo Hatter Ketttuckvi a of Spring pleasingii the public than see i Youre more than or not Dont forgot forget i I to conc I I Ky j B P BA OI A Mammoth Exposition of the Great Stocks of Millinery Dress and Waist Material u IClothing Shoes and Slippers Mens Hats Shirts and Underwear I Ladies and Gents New Neckwear Ladies and Childrens Nobby Mens UptotheMinute HalfHose Handkerchiefs and Suspenders Fancy Back Combs Side Combs Carpets Mattings and Rugs j Lace Curtains and Window Shades Furniture and Cooking Stoves I Every department is loaded with new spr como hero you select from tho largest spring stocks at tho j lowest prices over asked for reputable rich or poor old or young male or female on tho same article throughout our stock Put the ItU draw your supplies from our Immense now and wo will guard your interest so closely that a j permanent customer Beaver Dam I tNNMLtWJt4 p1 BARGAIN DAY H- On i Saturday April I Wo invite tho ladies of Hartford lord vicinity to our d hannual spring opening of Millinery Dross Goods White Goods Silks Ribbons and Embroideries To make this occasion ono extraordinary interest wo will make it a grand JJA1UJAIN DAY through our entire establishment Our Millinery Department Wilt bo ono of interest especially to tho ladies Wo wiil follow our usual custom of showing the very cream of stylo at very lowest prices Wo dont ask e you to buy but comoand see our Huts The styles and prices will do tho rest u Dress Goods Tho prettiest line of Mohairs Sicillians Panama Cloths etc that it has ever been our pleasure to show No lady clot look through our stock without b being forcibly impressed with quality ami price You will show us quite a favor by conning and look ing through our goods or writing us for samples i Silks and White Goods An attractive line of each suitable for either waists are suit Remember in Silk you buy tho 19 inch 75c quality for G9c Our lino of White Goods is too varied to go into details but its sufficient toy say that you get thom from 5e to 50c a yard in all tho latest spring weaves 5c and IOc Basement Bargains Dont by any means fail to visit this department Brim full all tho time of useful articles that no household can do without You will bo surprised to find so many things you have been paying from i 20o to 85c for that are here for only oo and lOc Como look through tho goods speak for themselves S AT The Bargain enter 11 I 11 I FREB TUITION Two Weeks Free Tuition in the 3 Owensboro Business University c Individual instructions from a large and competent faculty Every Graduate se cures employment Free membership in the Y M C A gymnasium and library Write for full information PreswHartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 31 illinois Central RailroadTime Table North lloiiml k No 131 rllIIIl n HI t Non ll30i ni 0102 ilnc 337 p m Nulls Ii ttnnnil No 131diMllMM in No 101 Ana SMi in No131n8Dpl in Martin Longsnext Saturday Buy your Fruits and Candies at City Restaurant My My aint the City Restau rant feeding em Get your Sewing machine Oil iron- r Gross Williams l W J Travis Hartford made us a 1 pleasant call Monday A W Davidson Hartford was a c pleasantcaller Monday Specials in Embroideries Ribbons and Hosiery at Fairs Saturday 1T J J4vJi Jw Nothing over gc and lOc In Fairs Bargain Basement R M Miller Friedaland caned to see us last Saturday CityoAttend our opening Saturda- April 1 CARSON Co S S Acton Sulphur Springs was a pleasant caller last Saturday Nicest line of Cakes and Crackers in Hartford at City Restaurant jLeave your laundry at Cleve Ilera grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf offatesit at i Martin Longs F W Pirtleof the East Hartford neighborhood called to see us last Saturday I Cheese Sandwich Nabisco Zu Zu Almond Bon Bon Graham Crackers I c at City Restaurant Extr iWe1 r t i1tlJ I Dont fail to see Fairs Saturday a special bargain day Spring opening Millinery Saturday at Fairsdont miss it Dee Jackson Matanzas was a ver pleasant caller Monday Fit yourself out with a new Spring Suit at Martin Longs Mr Seth Moseley Prentis was a pleasant caller Tuesday Fairs Bargain Basement Saturday should interest every ladyILeonard Williams called to see us Wednesday Fairs invite every lady and child to see their Millinery Saturday N C Daniel Beaver Dam was a- very pleasant caller Wednesday s T Chick Beaver Dam was a- very pleasant caller Wednesday j Ladies have a special invitation t attend Fairs opening Saturday Dont fail to see our display of Spring Fabrics CARSON Co You will look well if you wear one of our Spring Suits CARSON Co Miss Agnes Craig Ensor Ky is theguest of her sister Mrs Maggie Griffin Mrs Lucy J King Paradise is the guest of Judge and Mrs John B Wilson Gross Williams will rent you Sewing Machine for any lengthof time i Mrs P Jones Ceralvo was the guest of Mrs 0 M Shultz the first of the week Gross Williams will sell you a Sew ing Machine from 500up Some ex tra bargainsI Take your little boy to Martin Longs and fit him out with a nice Spring Suit For all kinds of Sewing Machine Repairs call on Gross Williams at City RestaurantIMr E E Birkhead went to OwI ensboro on business Wednesday and returned yesterday Cream Cheese Brick Cheese Sau sage Boneless Ham and Dried Beef at City Restaurant Misses Blanche St Clair andI Gladys Duke City were pleasant callers Tuesday afternoon We had to leave out two news letters this week for want o space They will appear next week Mr Morton Williams Beaver Dam visited relatives and friends in Hartford last Saturday and Sunday Martin and Longs big opening next Saturday No April Fool about this Every bargain genuine Dont forget the bargains we still have in the stock we bought from Mrs Sarah Collins Smith MARTIN LoNG Hartford Misses Norma and Eva Brown who have been the guests of their sister Mrs Dr H L King of rfay Texas for the past month returned to their home near Centertown yes terday The mammoth stock of New Spring Goods now on Sale at Martin Longs Everything in the Dry Goods line at the lowest prices Formal opening next Saturday Aprilt Our Milliner this spring is up to the usual standardthe best The name of our milliner Mrs Sarah Collins Smith speaks for this Our customers get the advantage o her long experienced fI MARTIN LONG Peters Diamond Brand Shoes sold at Martin Longs Hartford The prettiest footware you ever saw Theseyshoes Award Ribbon See the lowcut style and shades nosopen have our old customers and as man new ones to call and see us Bring your Wool We guarantee satisfac tion Thanking you for past favors J W FORD Mr E L Bullington returned Sunday from a weeks prospecting tour through Arkansas He pur chased a farm of 240 acres twenty acres in cultivation and and the rest heavily timbered with oak gum cypress etc Ed says Arkansas is a great country with line openings fort Vti fiveychngzctt a I Mrs Amanda Barnett near town i who has been quite sick is reported betterWANTEDA boy to learn the grin ApplYY Iiliss Dora Holderman Fordsville is the guest of Judge and Mrs R R Wedding and family S J Tichenor addresses the publi- through our colums this week See his ad on the last page IMessrs Williams and Austin ar iceIplantready for operation IMessrs R E Lee Simmerman and LoulsI show herohome at Fordsville last Tuesday of the grip at the age of seventyseven years She issurvived byahusband Justin McCarty and nine children Mr Tom P Wand has resigned the position as foreman of TilE REPUB LICAN typographical force to accept a position as assistant cashier with the Stanley Deposit Bank at Stan ley Ky iMr Sam Bach will leave the first of theweek for Eastern Markets to purchase spring goods He will be accompanied by his wife and little I Louisf relatives Mr G Davis Royal recently a candidate for the Republican nomi nation for County Court Clerk has been appointed storekeeper and gauger by collector E T Franks of the Second district Mr Royal is a capable and deserving young man and will fill his new position with honor to himself and credit to the service Dr R A Byers reports to the County Board of Health three cases of smallpox at White Run Those afflicted with the disease are Mr Robert Bratcher wife and little daughter The Board of Health will recommend that everybody who hasnot recently been successfully vaccinated undergo vaccination at onceMr A C Ellis died at his home about two miles North of Hartford Hefa death came as a great surprise to every one except those who had been with him during his illness and the attending physicians who considered his cases serious one from the first Interment will take place today at 10 oclock at the Alexander ceme tery Burial rites will be conducted by the Masonic fraternity of which Mr Ellis had been a member for several years Distructive Fire at Marion Marion Ky March 28Special to THE REPUBLICAN Fire literly wiped out the business part of theItown today The fire started stable just back of a drug store and there was a high wind from the South and frame buildings North of the stable and the fire spread rapidly The business losses are5 Dry Goods Stores 3 Saloons 2 Drug Stores 6 Groceries 1 Restaurant Marion Bank Post Office Critenden Press Record 2 Hotels Machine iellOffices 2 Dentists Offices 2 Feed Stores I Livery and Feed Stable and at lot of out buildings and miner offices The burned district covers fully six acresiitthchartofthecity Iwasan eye witness to the fire J K SICENTERTOWN March 29Rev L P Drake preached an able sermon for us Sun day night Rev W Miller Sebree City gave us a grand sermon Monday night thisYthe Eastern Markets where he spent seve it days purchaing new goods c Alvin Rowe is on the sick list this week Miss Edna Bosket is able to be out since her recent illness Claudius James infant of Richard James has scarlet fever Lewis James went to Livermore last weekon business MriEmest Maddox and Miss Eva Gray yere united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Tuesday evening t v AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9 1 Spring Greeting I n PTC I Spring isjust blooming So is our stock of Cloth nowc1 47 opened a large line of Suits for men which are made It cane= 47 beat our nobby brown Suit which wo have in doub J qle bseastod and military cuts This will be all the = 1go thislsummer Anyone who has worn ourISter It 47 Clothes will tell you that they fit arid wear as j4 4 t perq= 47 u 4 to give perfect satisfaction We can give you an el bIo 47 egant brown suit for only 750 the same you pay t47 1250 for elsewhere We can also give you a nice t47 mixturecolor Suit that would surely appeal to you = 47 for 000 and up jj C Mens Furnishings Etc American Gentleman fAt h Shoes JOur tndmires thoistyle These welare selling at 125150 and t 1 175 each We have Also received lago and el = egant line of Shirts Neckties and Hosiery J5 Our spring stock Shoes ladies children is now on sale If want nice neat Shoe one ofl will your and is made of good material b n at low price dont purchase until you 51tiofl 47 have seen IC1 Yours fox Bairgliiri3 Sam Bach it f4 bli Hartford Ky = 4 tai ir r r r r r r r r r r r r Rii Vr trat the residence of Rev L P Drake Rev Drake performed thecesemony Misses Pearl Tichenor and Janie Render Rockport visited friends here last Sunday- F M Allen and James Murry were in Hartford this week on business Miss Elmore of Butler county i visited the family of Rev C W HaskinsHarlan Tichenor and Charlie Tur nerHartfordwere with us this Dr G F Chapman is in Arkan looking after timber land JONESIMarch 27 Messrs J H Johnson and David Falls were run over by truck car last Saturday evening an Johnson was injuried but is able to be up i E R Hickory will work Wednesday in Hancoc county I Jess Hedden visited Robby Rushen Monday Willis Roberts visited D Whit i Misses Ella and Lula Jones and Mary Heddenj Messrs H D Crowe Rollie Mitchell Joe Hedden and Dj Falls were the guests of a and Helen Sunday I Misses Mary and Staple vis fled Mrs E Haden Saturday j D Whitler went to Hayesville to attend court Tuesday i Mr and Mrs Hedden visited their I JMrswere the guests of Mrs Jennie Mitchell j Mrs Cora and Miss Agn Voyles were the guests of Gola Hea Sunday evening Miss Mary Hedden visited Ella and Lula Jones Saturday Messrs Rollie Mitchell Joe and Frar1 Hcddcr attended n party ct a t Our = Shoes for men are classed JJ a m o n g the finest I A on tho mark Jet a i is i Brown and Black a J you look perfect with or J a 4 Collars iof for and = you a = a that fit Ijoot a elsewhere ours SJ b ofl r r rr seriously Graves J Misses Head Efllie J Head Lee Stones Fordsville Saturday night all report a good time Mrs E R Jones is very ill this week Mr and Mrs Richard Peary of Fordsville moved to our town last weeks Mr and Mrs Bob Gather Fords ville visited Mr and Mrs Jim Mercer I Sunday Mr and Mrs B Brown of Fordc SherdRush3WHITESVILLE- Dr J 0 Strothers of Louisville spent a few days last week with hiii j sister Mrs Dr A McKinney I WJilMr and Mrs T rouses Miss Dawson Pleasant Valley Zc Mrs 0 this week ofkWill Neel Saturday and Sunday spentSundayMrs A P Brooks- i Messrs George Brooks and Lonnie McCarty spent Sunday in Ander Bonville- i Miss Stella Wedding was the guest of Mrs Dr D Haynes last week Mrs 0 Haynes entertained the people Saturday evening in honor of her guest Miss Dawson Ian Crowe Nuckols spent Sunday here Misses Martha and Katie Kissinger visited their parents Saturday and Sunday Dr D Haynes returned from Lon is SundayMesdames I G McCarty and Dn D Haynes went to Fordsville Fri day Mrs Sate Neel went to Owensboro Sunday f WeddinghasretJltlol purchased her spring milling goods Dr D Haynes and wife attends f the funeral of Mrs Rachel McCartjT Wednesday Steward Birk Owensboro Fpeoii Thursday here h t t 1 1 t FICTION STRANGER THAN on t Bullet Avenged Wronged GIr Years After Her to DeathSi v ChroolclSILt Sent lIon Cot Cblcngo marvelous case of punishment I i on earth for the sins of the flesh oc cuJred in Drynor Township in this I todayIi trTwenty yenrs ago Henry Ziegland i wealthy young man jilted beautiful Maysie Tichenor to whom he was i I engaged to be married and the girltl 1 t in a fit of despondency committed t isuicide Her brother Filford en- ragedi at the heartlessness of Zieg I 5 land went to his farm and attempt 1edto shoot him with an oldfashion iedarmy musket which carried a r large peculiar bullet The bullet Zieglands left temple and 4burieditself in a tree near by Zieg to the groundand Tichenor thinking he had killed him imme diately took his own life I Ziegland was not seriously hurt I He soon recovered fully married a wealthy widow and prospered wont derfully in his worldly affairs Re cently he and his eldest son cut down the tree in which Tichenors bullet had buried itself sawed it into cord- wood of lengths and attempted to split it The logs were so tough that axes and wedges had no effect upon them andthereforeholeswere bored into the center small charges of dynamite of were inserted and in this manner the logs were split apart The pieces of timber did not fly about much under the force of the explosions so the men stood only about 50 feet distant When the section of the tree which for 20 years had held the bullet fired by young Tichenor was blown open the charge of dynamite near the bullet blew out t the leaden ball which flying across the short intervening space found 1 the mark it sought 20 years before the left temple of Henry caused his instant ttpenetrated that was mortal of May and her frenzied broth f er has moldered to dust in their lone ly tombs but the bullet that was to have avenged her wrongs finally did its workI P Attacked By a Mob And beaten in a labor riot until covered by sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklens Ar nica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in my familyvrite G T Welch of Teconilm Mich and find it perfect Simply great for cuteI and burns Only 25c at ZtWayne Griffin Broa drug store Hartford in w R f Completed Proverbs Literary Mirwtt Opportunity knocks once at ever mans door but often makes sure the man iout before knocking It takes two to make a quarrel How about husband and wife are one A fool and his money are soon parted when the fool has friends Whatever man has done man can J do betterILook before you leap out of the frying pan into the fire Honesty Is exact to a pennybut I nut always to larger amounts I The best things are not bought and sold they are stolen and kept Pity is akin to love but kinship i does not always signify friend jhipThe second blow makes the fmyI but not if the first is well placed Theres ninny a slip twixtthe cradle and the grave Everything comes to the man t who waits except that for which t he waits A fool ill never wrong few of II us are No fool is like an old fool in the toils of awoman He who hesitates when lying is lost Until a man finds a wife he is only half thereafter he is less To the West and Southwest Cal ifornia Etc Best reached via Missouri Pacific Ry or Iron Mountain Houte from St Louis Cairo orMemphis Greatly reduced oneway Colonist rates i Feb 21 March 21 1905 to Arkan sas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in r other western States Great opportunity for the investor or homeseek l or arl tr iCt- 1 i sale every first and third Tues days of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now in effect winter resorts of the West and Liberal limits and stopover privileges Daily through ard Pullman sleepers from St via Missouri pacific Ry ot Iron Mountain Route also personally conducted Tourist sleepers Tuest day Thursdays and California without change Descriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G MatIt T P A Room 301 Bldg Louisville Ky tf 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 of take and easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley I City N D says Two bottles ed cured me of chronic constipation Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Odd Bits of Informationit The German university town of Heidelberg is to have a new railway station costing 6000000rKing Edward has given the head p his famous horse Ambush II tosl the Natural history museum of Lon donITA Frenchman named Geffiot has c invented an artificial bait consisting IT a gelatinous paste for use in the Newfoundland fisheriesEAttempts are being made in Germany to check the growth of department c stores toy means of special taxes increasing with the sales but the effect of these taxes is slight Railroad carriages transformable into ambulance compartments for the use 6f passengers who have taken ill have been provided on the Prussian railways for express routes to The Prince of Wales on his coming visit to India is to give no press ents and receive none When his father was Prince of Wales and visited India he gave presents worth 200 300 and received presents worth 2 500000 It is stated that an expedition or ganizedon the Rand has left Johannesburg to make another attempt to recover the 250000 worth of gold which was on board the Dorothea when she foundered off the Zululand coast The Australian ostrich hen lays an average of about fifteen oggs a year There aru now quiet a number of large ostrich farms in Austra lia and it i expected that some fu day this industry will assume large proportions Catarrh a Uisease of The System Pruna Cures Catarrh Whorever Located Catarrh is a systemic disease cn Irable only by a systematic treatment r that cures catarrh must Iaim directly at the depressed nerve This is what Peruna does Peruna immediately invigorates the lerve centers which give vitality toI he mucous membranes Then ca arrh disappears Then catarrh is permanently cured If you do not receive prompt and atirfuctory results from the use IfI eruna write at once to Dr Hart nun giving a full statement of your aae and he will be pleased to give ou his valuable advice gratiiIAddress Dr IlurtnuUi President 1 f The Hartman Sanitarium Colum bus Ohio i IIWnhlbllllln Bliggins puts a great deal of thought into his work l Yes said the sarcastic person He works 10 minutes and then thinks about it for an hour anda quarter A Dinner Invitation After a hearty meal a dose of Ko lol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a horough digestant and a guaranteed ure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas m the Stomach Sour Risings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins Lesbus Ky says II can testify to the efficacy of Kodol IIIlifteen years and have taken six bot ties of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure vhich has entirely cured me The I six bottles were worth 1000 to met 5 JJ Vyre iv 1 to m t Ir1qi atAfyXh HALF DOLLAR Vanished Into Air and was Found in an Unopened Letter Knn City Sturl Talk about Sherlock Holmes my teriessaid Kansas City man yes to a group that were discussing the probability of the occurrence inhuman affairs ofsuch tangled problem aslthe noted character of Doyl delights in solving why I recentl to figure out a mystery of the disappearing half dollar that wouM have required all the ingenuity or the great detective himself Ill tel1 you about it The other day I was standing onI the street corder talking to a friend who as some people have the habi doing was tossing a half Jolla into the air and catching it againI made a grab for the coin and missI it and I felt it strikes me on the sholder It did not fall to the groundso I shook myself to dislodge from my clothing Then I looker into all my pocketsbut the coin couldI not be found I took off my coat and removed everything from ever of my clothes I felt in mj and down the back of my neck The half dollar had vanished as if b1 we could not find the slight trace of it It was certainly a IiSeveralin my pocket that I had ei1 forgotten to open when I re eived it I tore it open and there was the missing half daUarjHow did it get there asked several of the listeners Well thats what I had to figure out The letters was only partly sealed When the coin struck me it slipped into my coat pocket and in the envelope When I took every hing from my pockets in the- search I did not think of looking ny letters inI HowsThlsIWe offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Cnttarrh that CureIF J Cheney Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have hv known F J Cheney for tho last 15 rears and believehim perfectly honorable in all business transaction md financially able to carry out any ibligations made by his firm Walding Kinnan at 1 v Jt Jt ale diuggjsts Toledo C Halls Catarrh Cure is takn inter sally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system eetimoniale sent free Pries 75 I cents per bottle Sold by alt ruar lstFake Halls Family Pills for pan ipation J A Remarkable island In Chesapeake Bay12o niles wutl 01 Baltimore with which city earn umication by boat thret ttaMti reek may be depended upon dUrIng the summer semen is the strange- eland of Tinnier so eompl inly Oated from the usual lines of trays hat it hardly seems poasih J that ban be a part Of the State of Virginia eo Imagine if yoft can Ion island about five miles long aria hreefourtha of a mile in widthwiL i population of 1500 where end louse is connected with fhesantaki Say by it tiny canal an island whore he population has built holsesalont- ne narrow street but nirr feet In width without sidewalks roadbed 0r gutter an island where the women go about with bare feet and calS o gowns during the wek and where the men leave for their work at an early hour on Monday morning tpd remain away until Saturday af crnoon an island where intoxicat Iing liquors are not sold where bil rooms and poolrooms are un known an island where one physician and the minister constitute the professional class an island whcr- lrofanity is punished by fine an and without a jailor lockup an vhere religion is the rule and U be outside the church is to be out side the pale of the best society a 111 island where public cemeteries an unknown and where the dead of each home are buried in the fran- ard if you can imagine all this you nay have some faint idea of the pe mliar surroundings of the inhabi ants of Tangier IOATOR3A0 Bear Kind You Have Always BoojM thect1hB ul 1 I AKatturhe oN PERSIAN IMPORTS Queer Country Uses 130000 Worth of ForeignGrownWeed tlVrntrttl Tulinna Jourmil The value ofthe leaf tobacco im ported into Persia is 130000 The bulk of it comes from Turkey and some from India The value of ci gars is 10000 The United King dom shipped 3000 worth and Rus sia 30000 Russia and the British Empire have preponderating interest in the trade with Persia Owing i to the fact that the most cultivated populous and prosperous provinces of Persia lie nearer to the Caspian than to the Persian gulf and that the Russian railway and steamer communication have improved the trade in Lussiu rats largely increased of late years The Armenian agent is used by Russian traders to press trade in the somewhat lim ited markets of Persia He is a keen trader living in the fashion of the country at small expense and speaking and writing the language of both the Russian Armenian and of the Persian with whom he deals Camel mule and donkey caravans are the ordinary means of transport and camel is the cheapest The packing of merchandise destined for inland Persia must be such as will adequately protect the goods against weeks of exposure to burning sun in summer or rain snow and sodden ground in winter The packages forwarded by mule caravan will have to endure rough handling through animals falling or colliding with others or from tired or careless charvailers letting packages fall to the ground from the animals backs when unloading nightly Package should not weigh more than 150 pounds m Prom nbtalne ornofee Writ for our CON FfDENTIAL LETER betbre Dir worth moue We obtalca PATENTS THAT pAY and help Inventors to nieces Beml modrl nbnlo or iVrtch inn we end IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT INTABILITY Regl tend Patent Lawyer Write cr conic to- OIIt BOBBO 7lh SI WASHINGTON D C OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableofdevelopment into a permanent and profitable business WRITr AT ONCE WhcelerS Wilson Mfg Co 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO laaaaaar AAAA 4AA t A aere aan oarA y o wW rJN rIJN uN rJ JV J 1 err t Do You Nee du1 Printing I 4 q If you do we arc ready to take your order 1 for anything you need in the printing line t Ij We print rJI- ot Envelopes per 500 100 4 Litterhwuls per ream ofSOO 125 1i utchl ads Mr rottm u5jv iou t3 o Statements per louin of 500rlut f S BilHiewlcH I Kim of WX lW- Ij I tarIreseriptiun4 Buititri Curde Visiting GurtK Wedding lnvilations u i1 Circular DtHtKere all siixts of Hniul Hill in fuui 1f1 ewrything that is printiil in a liretMlsis print 11- I H shop 1riio lowest live tw your unifr Work r 49 promptly attenile to I l THE at REPUBLICA I tg- 4l ft tt- C i i V s I o tk wu L4r wm1b ca Y0 a o ratca aw+ r- esta rIIO 1 aTlu Mndirn tllnfce l w beforr ifih initl will make yna tet twine fd w ii PAuLA llearle WINI for rndttteattuu Aaptldr d Calrih ol the broil ihtf Ht Stomcoii HtJot Ijiv nnn Kidney A Ii GlppIt jiirrhl dililltty dlaAr by Ihf LlKTCIIPIEIn IllMl f St caL Co InciJnrGel by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky v1r a O a1 a 00 n 1 a Or tlr IO1 you and as and and of you and pay him i Our free FREE Jr you need Drenlllrd1 Grlmsn vPowder nod Save never tried It pleuso seed us the- couponherowith will then you an order on ourdruarilist forI we will druggist ourselves for It obligations whateverno No sick ono cun ncalect ouch an offer be fnlr to limscU Ton very fact of tuo offer must convince you that Dr Citlstedti Germs Liter Powder does ax we claim We would surely not for a bottlo glvo It away tbcro aD doubt ot results You want those results you want to well Wont you let us ut our expense show the WBf I Dr sold Intra sizes 25c and 1 n C MIUUXTT BARRETT sMrrlljIIITIl t1T2RNi5 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tttI1I aasv troy t V1 uatttfilnl I ratslardiefdegmentPracthEatlutltoir15r I 8SS HtotSi Itrat cpp PslU4 gut tltd Ole WASHINGTON O C J tr Get the BestFirst Bottle FreeIn order to roc absolutely that wo can cure ofall maladies pertaining to the Liver Kidneys such Dypcpsia Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous Sick Headaches Diarrhoea rIIDysentery a bilious type we will give an order on your druggist for a bottle of air Carlsf edfs Car nrproposition FIRST BOTTLE We Grlstcdtatand pay and was 1ho you Carlsledls German Liver Powder Is IHAKTFOltU irMincMimdiiiilMl WullulllI wrl CUT OUT THIS COUPON 4ItMy disease Is IIrouS nr 1piUe full udJrcx Vrlto Uulr I t- I For Sale by JH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 1 Jr L 1fr4c U I = DR FENNERS Kidney I BackacheAlso Diseases the kidneys urinary catarrh gravel dropsy rheumatism backache troubles Curebecome discouraged There sea cure for you If necessary nrlto Dr Kouner upvut u llfctltnu curing just such eases uiyutirn All continuation TREE IIDont Entirely Broken Frcdonla entirely overwork sewing Remedy have pleased pounds would woman troubles StMuncI tsSold Druggists nndl net Cook Book and Treatise tho KidneysFREE 11sRHEUMATISMand ills produced lay diseased kidneys bo cured ARGON OIL the remedy its nutrt IOU relieving almost instantly Try you satisfied your niohey will be cheerfully refunded Ask you Druggist 25c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main Louisville Ky ABU SIN COO EDUCATIONabsolutely u the young man young woman who would win life This being conceded first imporlance get your training the that stand I front rank eBRYANT STRATTON Business College Socond and Walnut Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers special SHORTHAND line Write a heautilul hook TYPEWRITING testimonials from Graduate occupying prominent positions the United Slltte1twill mailed yuu FREE School open the yeah Students any tim f- tEvle WRIGHT Presidentv r OUR CLUBBING RATES THE llEiunucAN and Louisville Hcrnld125ri- lE llEiunucAV and Louisville Daily Herald 250 THE REPUHUCAN nut Courier Jourmtl 150 THE REIUHUCAN and St Louis GloboDeinocrat 175 THE RKiUHLicAN told Homo and Farm 125 I TIE RKiintMUAX told Lippencotts and Coamoplitan 325 THE RuiurucAX and Oweneboroliiquirer 175 Tire RKiTiiLicAJf anti Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 11IIF r RKIUIUJCAX and TviceaWeok Oboro Messenger 175 ROUGH RIVtRf J TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORIOliTlcll I t Talk being cheepand necessary you should patronie home folks where you can own phone and build own lines talking with the whole coun i I ty and business pplnts generally paying reasonable rent the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be the whole expense III you say We connect In I dependent Companies For partlcu hits call ST Stevens Mannger Hartford KyI p = 1 RIPANS Tnbules findIFor mankind supplyiLIoCayear W them and Also diaca Dr II M N Y Dear Slr1Iy was from when I was recom to to take some your I used 2 your largo sire and more than with the results as I have 20 since I commenced tak leg it I heartily recommend It any for peculiar to their MRS LANE 334 Ind p by on = =eo other win is cUeet is it it are Ste ecef ry In it it of to at echool in the very Cor Sts I each one a ism iu his for giving all over be all can enter at b I I your and be In your distance by toa nt with all on j All Jwggl 8U health THIS rIsGIVE Satisfaction CREAM BALM liven rellffnt mire It demurs soothe nude bents tb illi d troop Itcnrralntnrrh iiuil drive away 11 fold All of bladder organ heart o female Fenner broken up mended of bottles am gained to sex CORA Vysor SOc and not N to or SUCCCM N E to eer 1 buy only BO I n of about ELYS rnu uiciii u CATARRH ttCOLDNHERDIslirotrctn tbeilrmbninv llemortit Ilseaenses o test nud Kinrll Full sirs f lit ilrunRlitu or liv mull lrlIllo luc by innll ELY lllUmiKUMM Vnrreu Street New York OR FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEF SPA nay pale fusing or out In from 2 to 6uluu- teaEVERYBODY c 0MAKES THE CLOTcnwaiASNOW A QUART FOR Je FOR SALE DY ALL GROCERS The American PhnmaealCo nlll1lIIe lad o n iitk i S+3 gHi i1tHThere isnt anybody living who cnn hypliotizo 11tee Dont lf too sure Leonora said her husband You cannot nf ford to run n tilt against science But I deny that it is science What has ever been proved by hyp notism Il is foolish to argue about it for 1 will not even admit that there is cuoh a thing The shrewd people who go about the country giving oxlubitions of their power are in collusion with some one in tilt audience you know that yourself Ned- Nothing of the kind retorted Ned as Mrs Darl called hor hus laud It is a science that is yet in its infancy and there ore only a few individuals who have the hypnotic power and ohohlo to throw less positive subjects into a trance But 1 have seen it done and it is won tlerru1wolltlerful What did you see 1 taw a young man climb walls like a cat drink milk out of a sau cer catch a mouse and then wash his face and hands as a Jilt docs And whcu he conic out of the trance he had no idea that he had done any of these things or that he had even lost consciousness Hum paid Mrs Darl incredu hand y 1 dont believe a word of it Jf ho did nil that you said he I conspirutorAlld bring to science I should like to know Where is tho scientific value in ailing like u cat or a monkey Why dont you sec dear it is the verification of a theory lIotIf ce it The whole stock in trade of these hypnotize is the power of producing an illusion I defy any of then to hypnotize me fiowithAnd be transmogrified into a cat No indeed If I make a sac rifice of myself in the cause of science it must for something worthwhile hI have on idea said Jlr Darl suddenly Suppose since Moham med wont go to the mountain that the mountain comes to 31o1ianimcd The hypnotist can come here after the entertainment and we will invite a few neighbors in and he can pottershowFavorably Ned There ore the Rusts and the Pebbles and Dr Smithly mid his wife and Cousin Fanny and her husband You can let them know quid I will order re freshments and we will have an evening of hypnotism It will be gin late but we can find other amufcmcnt until ydur hypnotic op erator comes Mrs Darl had everything arrang edher house in beautiful order ofiabyfor the occasion but was worn ns a piece do resistance she read that velvet resisted hypnotic influ enceThe neighbors and relatives came a merry company and the time passed m an animated discussion upon the jolter of hypnotism one friend going so far in research as to visit the library and lookup that wonderful story Time House of the Seven Gables and read aloud to at tentive listeners a passage from the weird history of Alice Pynchcon respondeddithcence and a bending of her form toward him like the flame of a torch when it indicates a gentle draft of air Ho beckoned with his hand and rising from her chair the proud Alice approached him retreatingAliceShe is mine said Matthew READ THIS Bowling Green Ky June 12 1901 This is to certify that I have been curedof kidney trouble by the use of theTexas Wonder Halls Great Dis covery and can cheerfully recom mend it to nil suffers for kidney trouble A B GILSON A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism nnd all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is twp months treatment and seldom fails to cure anyof the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer P Obox 629 office 2931 Olivo Street St Louis Mo Mnulc Mine by the right of the strongest spirit Oh that was mesmerism said Mrs Jnrl ns the rending erased And what is mesmerism n- ed ono of the company I think that it is as unexplainable us hyp thingUhspirited afraid queenlyhostessvet and diamonds to meet her hus I guestA looking man flctompaniod 3Ir Darl nail IIP did I nut seem surprised by the elegants of his hostess or flushed by the Grit companyAfter were i made mull conversation became gen eral Mrs Darl slippedinto the hall and beckoned who I immediaUlv joined her Then she whispered in his car I Uifh he I YOIIIIwillIIlllJr Leona how can you imagine such n possibility But if you hnvenny fear Tear echoed his wife scornful ly in a stage whisper You wiil see that he cannot make tho slightest impression on me andsite went bark to the parlor and found ono of her guests climbing the pi ana to escape an imaginary bear that was pursuing him A few passes und ho was restored to his normalcondition looking very fool ish There were some amusing and some perplexing exhibitions of time prorei s power then the compa n followed host and hostess to the dining room whore a generous spread awaited them Mrs Darl was rather silent Ilex test would be the next one and she watched professorlimit they were harmlessly busy with the sandwiches His face was quite noncommittal too What was the power he meld of reducing the will to a mere blank She would soon know Hack in the parlor Mrs Darl seated herself under the brilliant chandelier professorButany command of his and said quiet lyI prefer to sit here Thor I cannot hypnotize you Oh you acknowledge that it is only under certain condition that this displayedCertainly that must be complied with I nm positive Ind you are negative but you urc a very difficult subject be cause you are resisting me withall your might Mrs Dart looked reproachfully at her husband und said in the dumb alphabet of the married You have told him lie Hashed back in the same lan guage I have not nnd she moved in accordance with the wish of the professor and sat with her back to the light Some of the company worn removed to remote parts of the room but n few including Mr Darl stood near Look into my eyes said the professor Permit me And he took her hnnds and pressed the thumbs gently- It is like being in a dentists chair said Mrs Dart with a little forced laugh Then she attempted to r se slightly but continued to lookluto the eyes of the hypnotizcr until in the place of two eyes she saw twenty Then she as serted her will and shook herself freeItoldyouIcouldnot be hypnotized she said Her voice founded strange and far away How queer b feel 1 Staring so long has made me dizzy Drink this Mr Dnrl giving his wife a glass of water She drank it then rose to her feet and said she felt as well as ever Where is the professor slue asked I expect he has lost faith in his s agoIIoit1I Ho thought he hind in hypnotizing you Leona Were you not unconscious N tfor one moment said Mrs Doll triumphantly Ho held my t thumbs until they were numb i wilywhereNed 1 What is it Leona he asked in surprise lit her uwuiiui tone Where are my dlumendsI exglnmatfonievery ono I stood there bereft of every jewel the possessed Not a single one of her gems which had flashed on her I fingers at her throat in her ears was now visible Dazed she held up her ringless hands and said IsVthisa What does it mean Where are my diamonds professorI s CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Dt Couch Sjrap Tastes Good j23 la time Std by druecltta STRONG Agains tovallofTiltonGa said after taking Kodol DyspepsIa Cure Hundreds of otherweak =women are being restored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may be well if you will take it Indigestion causes nearly all tho 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 orlr3nsIrestoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchinjrheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat DollMb ttl Hol liJH I mptnd at tk Lsb times II math Nta I I orOor7oIE0JIWlt trlil or M et slsa I I S CoCMe ro Daa- NollblZl IVAYNI lllllkFI Ta THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner Ills Write of Way That man has a perfect right to dictate to his wife How so Oh he married his stenographer To Consumptives The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is 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 prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32ry policeBut I had left for parts unknown and with him went Mrs Darls diamonds and neither the police nor the Darls ever saw or heard of them or him again But one thing was in his favor Not hypnotizedMrsted he must have hypnotized the whole in order to bring his hypnotic scheme to such a cli max And Mrs Darl is at last a convert to both the theory and practice ot time occult science and a firm be hover in the power of the hypnotic witlfrs IL Ilayno in Free Press i In Search of the Unusual Donalds tenyearold idea of what may properly be offered ones guests was well formed Ho knew exactly what he had a right to ex pect So at the first party which youthful e cs hod looked upon lave under the watchful gaze of the maternal chaperon ho never hesi pn6Ecdhimcraw said lie with more of sin icritv than polish lean bet that humIHALes j CumberlandTELEPHONE l AND f ncorpnratedlCo i Tnere8 nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber d land Telephone In my residence and J place ol business My business haa increased and my wifes voice Is nevier heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition I H E PATE ManriiI Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLIiCAN 100 per year inladvance W1ID rD1F1Te Ohio Covinty Circuit Court TF WrVhonJ Judge lien D 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relatives at this place Health of our community is fairly ltO1at the present Lewis Emrich and family of Chambers visited in this community Sunday Messrs Arthur and Everett Milli YIn returned from Evansville Wed acoinyJssrs Milligan Stewart and James Ford went to Owensboro Monday m Dr John B Huff went to Hawes ville SaturdayI Prohibition Party Name Candidates The first Prohibition party convention ever held in Ohio count convened at the Court House Satur day March 25th and was called tc order by county chairman the Rev F D Baughn Huram W Davis temperanc worker of Louisville addressed the convention showing that the legalized liquor traffic is wrong in prin cipal unwise in policy and vicious ir practice and presented the needs and advantages of county organiza tion The following persons were then elected as an Executive Com mittee viz Rev F D Baughn county chairman Dr I L Denton Secretary J H Muffett Vm Muf fett F C Hendrix The following were elected pre I cinct committeemen of their respec tive precincts viz Junius Litsey Fordsville L D I Eidson Cromwell Frank Wester field Beda J E Coleman Magan rk ClothingIOur own expectations have been sur passed in this department and our preparations for an increased business is shown by our large Stock We have Mens Suits from 300 to 8 1850 Odd Pants from 1 25 to 550 and when we see you it is our desire to make a regular customer and to do this we must sell you goods that will give satisfaction in lit and wear A beautiful line of Fancy Vests which you will surely want to see Dont fail to visit our Clothing De piirtment as we are showing great Vales beautiful Fabrics latest Styles Furnishings iSry To the particular dresser this line is of souse annoyance still it adds much to the new dressed lady or gentleman r and after a careful study a e believe our line will serve j your particular case May we have the pleasure of show ing you our Iens Shirts Ties larsSupomlersJ loves jaml Beltti Indies Belts Hair Combs Lace Collars Turn ores ilovfs Collar Pins Wrist Bags dc This line is new the tylt distinct irCa pets Rugs c You will no doubt need it new Carpet or something ill f that line whim you gO to house cleaning Remember our iCarpets Hugs Matting Lace Curtains Cretons Scrims tSf Cottage Hods and in tit anything you will need fur JU benutifvirg tin cutirinr of your home c 1Hosicyfc Our values will surpriff you Remem c her we sell you Li iic H = e absolutely a dintL+ are selling at other plans fur lOc Dont 4if louse sight of this pri11 bat ask to seeour Jk 7C Hue Tho Fay St v kings for service t rj satisfaction and wear ly no equal i 1Ca 4 J1C q J e eea + t 1 atuta Forest Hendrix Ralph W L An bus Sulphur Springs W C Tanne JEtnaville Lon Brown Rosine Job P Foster Nocreek J S Vaugh Hartford J W Lure Lure The following were then nominal ed for county office- sRepresentative Rev F D Baughr Magan County Judge John P Fo ter Nocreek County Clerk Juniu Litsey Fordsville Sheriff L D Eidson Cromwell Superintendent of Schools Miss Bettie Fitzhugh Sulphur Springs Jailer J P Cooper Cromwell Assessor J W MulTetl Magan Coroner J P Wilson Hors Branch On motion the Executive Commit tee were empowered to fill mean ties NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court Specia Term March 13th 1903 Pres Hon James P Miller Judge Jack Smith c for motion Localoption election in the tows of Fordsville Ky This cause again corning on for hearing on this March 13th 1905 ex ceptions having been filed on the lith day of March 1905 it being the reg ular March term of the Ohio County Court and set down for hearing or this late and W S Gaines by Attorneys Heavrin Woodward with drew the exceptions heretofore tilled and the following order is now en tered as of thin towit On motion of applicants to have an order made directing that a local option election be held in Fordsvillc voting precincts on April 15 1905and said applicants having this day de posited 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 3S legal voters residing in said town of Fordsville Ohio Show us a successful Milliner and we will show you an ar tist Our successtho public comment the satisfaction of relating our customs our all come from the able of t his Miss Pirtle has if possible all former efforts in her good judo ment firm taste shrewd buying and coupling these fea tures with her quaint originality wo are assured that county Ky which is equal to mor than 25 per cent of the votes cast in I said town at the last proceeding gen eral election and that said petition was received and filed of record at the regular term of the Ohio Count Court February 6th 1905it is therefore ordered and adjudged by the court that an election be held in the town of Fordsville on the 15th dnj of April 1905 to take the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote for county officers upon the question Whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in said town or I Fordsville Ohio county Ky and that Cal P Keown Sheriff of Ohio I county is ordered and directed to hold said election He will open a poll at the voting places in said town on fold date foi the purpose of taking the sense ol the legal voters of said town whc are qualified to vote at elections for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous ot I malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in the the town of Fordsville Ohio county Kentucky It is further ordered and adjudg regisiOhio county Kentucky a town of the sixth class on Saturday April the Sth 1905 for the registration of those persons entitled to vote at the special elution to be held on April 15th 1905 whose names have not been recorded on the registration books of that year and said registration shall be advertised or pub lished in like manner as the tine and place of said local option election as required to be published A copy attest M S RAOUND C 0 C C By U G RAGLANi D C Pursuant to the foregoing order and judgment of the Ohio County Court I will on Saturday April 15 1905 cause a poll to be opened as and in the manner required by law at eachand 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 S J TICHENOR McHenry Kentucky Millinery Department opnlaritb management Department surpassed our customers interests are fully protected in price and quality and that our line will appeal to the well dressed woman who demands only Millinery of approved style An immense line of Readyto Wear Hats and Capswhich yon will have to see to admire their beauty Vailing Rib bons Infants Head Wear Childrens and Ladies Caps troth lOc to 100 Miss Pirtle expects her usual business and invites the eaily inspection of her many friends and customers It has always been our desire to so regulate our prices as to have only honest salaries and then serveour friends and customers We feel that with this seasons announcement we have approached nearer this mark than ever before Your interests are ours and we fully realized this when we selected our merchandise and made our prices Come and see us and we will try to see and serve you in such a manner that you will wish to return J1C 1 1 I BEST FOR THE- BOWELS It yon hiTent a regular hf Ithr moYmnt of the- I bow l eTerjiUyToareUlornlll be Krepronr p of rlolntD6rleorplOpolaooblaaernu Tb I smoothest Mloit most p WIy hi bowels clotr and clean Ii to tits- CATHARTIOI EAT EM LIKE CANDYI Plttiint PiUubl Pntnt Tate OooJ Da Qoud XeYer Rlekn Weaken ot0rlpet 1025 ind 50entpbot i farreumptao4bookl- etonhealtb Addnii OJ Stirling Remedy Company Chtcijo or New York I KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN ffiT1 Early Risers The famous little pills e J BIG FOUR + The Best Line toI JJI 4 0 Toledo Ontroit f JJI I i Boston p And all other Pints liist f 4 Information cheerfully fur i nished on npplicntinn at City I r Ticket Office Big Four Nod jt 2T9 Fourth avoiuii1 or write to J i dGenIILouhnlIIe Ky A proposition Whether or not spiritu our vinous or ma t liquors shall be sold bnrterl Iloallltl or tratHcked in in the the said town of Forduyille Ohio county Kentucky Given un der my hand as Sheriff of Ohio coun ty Kentucky thisthe 2nd day of March 1K5 CuP KEOWN S 0 C usual- alrallgenle11 have made Reel Estate- BARGAINS k 141 acres fur f45 o orVvlll sill nt 530 per Here Bnd ntakrsur vey 34 mllrs bout IlMttloid ij milt of pike Unol new 7 rocm Itoustr 2 barns 75 HCrlIIIIn bottom hMIRCP pnviJ hIlilInnd goad OtcliHtd fine tarn chew 10 01 15 acres in vm ds- nit urd t Ict J2 arra nn Rnrkpnri I- nrnt Cindillon good hlllt I lnes end Ii lorm Unrt fur i 3nono 83 oorr fine Imitniii 1M nIl fzo per unt or 3 tulles from iHitfunt tun1 o- nSandernrpranc 10 lG od hrut f uotd hr r a tininj orett In fiic state of cuttivatlnn A hnrunin 305 Hcn t tins Kutttfh rfvrrY r loltuni land nrnr llnrtlonl in fine tHlr ul cultivation Will srrlehepconsitering 4the Und iSS acres star Ccinlvo Se me fur prirrn 2actN Ht Cenlntown Sec JIlcrlI on Union i titreet in Hntlford in tine condition nn A hnus and 2 acres ot rtmndlraijolnlni Uutlrrl Flre frnltKnod JintMe anti build injs for i375oo f135 acres 4 milts north nt Hartlnrd in Rood state ol cultivation 85000 43 aIrs nrnr Cernlvo 113000 70 acres near Piiu 25 acres bottom Innd balance iood upland pood hnu e good 4 I IbRlns frt5o oo One coud new 560 VoslerVfur Mile at a barvaln If you want to hell lend if jon unnt to hay land err mv nni I will furnish you with what you want is A Anderson Dealer in Real Estat HAItTKOItl KV j 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