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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f ifr Y 1 r rX N3 1ea fiE I y 1 61Ije a tfot tpttbliiu 1 e Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN THE REPUBLICANSubscription 1 a Year VOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 7 1905 No 38 t SNIT TO DEATH Was Fitzhugh Renfrew Wiiili Begging to be Spared Powers Ills Slayer Claims he di- It in Self DefenseRumors- of Insanity Last Friday afternoon about five oclock at Narrows Hiram Powers shot and killed almost instantly Fitzhugh Renfrew Powers was rested inu short while by Sheri Cal P Keown who was at the time of the killing at Frdsville five miles away arriving on the train which was held until the arrestcould e be made then the train was again boarded and at 1030 oclock Powers was at Hartford surrounded by a guard in whose custody he remain K ed until Monday afternoon when he was placed in jail to await the action of the grand jury which assembles at the May term of Circuit Court Powers tells one story and parties who saw the affair tell an altogethe- different one about the killing an what transpired at the time Renfrew was the senior member 1 the Mercantile firm of Fitzhug Renfrew Cp general merchants at Narrows Powers is in the saw mill business As gathered from current reports the facts are these at the time o the shooting which resulted in Mr Renfrews death he was at or nea Dr Maxwells residence in Narrows e f havfng gone there a short time fore to see Dr Maxwell about some i business transaction and while en It gaged in conversation with him Powers came up and demanded to I know of Renfrew what he was going to do about some of the formers fence that had burned from fire started by Renfrew in cleaning off his ginseng garden Renfrow told him that he would pay him for the t damage or rebuild the fence but that be Powers was drinking and It was best to wait until some other time At this Powers became en raged drewa dirk knife and started at Renfrew with it drawn declaring that the burned fence matter should be settled right then Renfrew retreated and as he did BO he picked u a piece if brick and as powers con I a tinued advancing he threw the brick at him but missed him At this juncture Powers drew his revolver Renfrow begged him not to Shoot but his entreaties were unheeded and two or three shots were quick Jy fired one of w lch took effect i the right and another in the lef side of Renfrows abdomen that there was no means of escap- as9 Jong as Powers had the revolver Renfrew advanced and grappled him in an effort to takethe from him This he was about succeed in doing having Powers to the ground but two mo shots rang out one piercing his a and the other taking effect in his ches- andII Renfrew fell mortally wound ihis prostrate form lying on his r slayer Powers agaip drew his dirk i knife and attempted to cut the almost lifeless body but J B Renfrew a brother of the man killed came upon the scene and took the knife from him and began to use him up somewhat roughly deal i him severalblows with his fist 1pand ahoeheels and had not others Powers would nb doubt have been beaten most to death by the r outraged brother jjf the murdered man I sAfter Powers had accomplished this dastardly crime he went to his home and reloaded his revolver and 1 procured a doublebarrel shotgun And backed himself into an open closet and defied anybody to ap proach hind or to try to arrest him When Sheriff Keown arrived how tMever reconsidered the matter and surrendered without resistance Feeling against Powers ran high and it is reported that within twenty minutes sifter the train that bore Sheriff Keown j and the prisoner away from Narrows left there there q i earzt or i were no less than forty or fifty citizen g of the town and surrroundine community assembled with a view it is thought of mobing Powers Th timely manner and dispatch with which Sheriff Keown took him into custody avoided this complication- I and the law will take its course as in rather cases Powers claims that Renfrow threw several bricks at him and knocked him down with one before he at tempted to hurt him It is also rumored that Powers was at the tim mentally unbalanced and physician who have exa ined him say there is considerablyff The funeral and burial of Mr Renfrew occurred Sunday amid one of the largest crowds ever as sembled on such an occasion in the county He was a man o sterjing worth and his tragic has casta gloom over the community Former Ohio County Lady Head Mrs Mattie Murrell adaughter o Dr W J Berry one of the pioneer settlers of Hartford died at the BerrydReporthOhio County Ky but has resided in Florida for a number of years He late husband Judge W H Murrell 5who was a prominent citizen of Ftp White preceded her to the gray t about four years ago Shortly after r the death of her husband Mrs Murrell moved to this city where herbedeath Mrs Murrell was a member ef the Presbyterian church and a conscien tious christi an and her beautiful Christian character won for her many friends She was a prominent mem ber of the Womans Christian Tem penance Union and accomplished a great deal towards advancing the cause of temperance ROOSEVELTAT LOUISVILLEE Demonstration of High Tribute to tbe Nations Chief Executive ILouisvme Ky April 4For the first time in nineteen years Louisville did honor to a President today wel coming President Roosevelt in true Kentucky style and bidding him God speed with cheers When the President alighted from the train cheers arose from thousands of throats Hurrah for Ted Hurrahtfor theePresident and raising his hat chiefothe occasion one herere thetIthe President now and then doffing his hat and smiling pleasantly woe driven to the speakers stand which had been erected in front of the courthouse Here the crowd filled every nook and cranny gaped from housetops and hung from the crossbeams of tel egraph poles After a speech of fif teen minutes which was often inter rupt by vehement cheeres the pres ident was driven to the Seventh street depot from which his specialtrain left at 11 oclock for St Louis Noan incident marred the pleasure of the day The programme was carried out with prefection The immense parade complex in its com position passed through streets lined with waving cheering thou sands Gorgeous costumes 1 gay flags good humor the smiles of the President as he stood bowing in his carriage harmonized to make both splendidand infprmaf the greatest ententainment ever planned by the city of Louisville Everybody had a regular olck PieSi4eritiwas1 r BURNED TO DEATH Did Dr Hale and Wftr Divens in Deanfield Lockup I Bodies Burned Beyond Recogni tion Twelve Hours in the Fire HancocksDeanfield lost to death in a nrethat destroyed the Deanfield lockup last Friday night The two men were arrested about 8 oclock Friday night for drunkenness and placed in the lockup in default of bail There was no fire in the 30fo Lee Bo a theewas glare of flames through the window Leap ing out of bed he gave the alarm scenefwas no of anything however to save the men The door was quickly burst open but flamehswept out of off after the first moment all view of the interpr AH the people in the town were soon at the fire and they armass of embers many remaining all nightThe remains of the men were not rescued untill thefire had burned itself out What was left on Halos body weighed about twentyfive pounds The remains of Divens weighed about fifteen pounds It was very difficult to distinguish the remains as they were charred to such an extent The coroners inquest returned a verdict of death by accidental fire starting in amanner unknown Dr John Hale was about iftytwb years of age He was a son of the late Pike Hate of Calhoun and had many relative inDaviess and Olio counties He was well known as a citizen and bore a good reputation whichhewouldand is survived by his wife and two childrenWilliam Divens was a miner He formerly worked in the mines at Deanfield buts few years ago open ed a small country mines which he worked for himself supplied the neighborhood demand for coal He was about fifty years old and marriedThere is only one theory as to the origin of the fire Both men were confirmed smokersand it is preSum- ed that in lighting his pipe one or the other set the bedding on fire If they made any outcry the noise was andburneddiscoveredThe were not certainly identified It is believed thaone which I was near the door was that of Dr Hale on account of the metal but Unson his clothes and that the other was Divens because thebody ofadog was found the remains crouched in one corner Divens dog was placed in the lockup with him at his request when he was arrested by Marshal Evans Bank at Dundee A bank has been organizedat Dundee with capital stock 15000 andwill begin business as soon as the safe furniture and fixturesci1t- be procured The official of this new enterprise are some of Ahe countys best business men and a splendid business is anticipated The officials are as follows Dr M T McDowell President Jake Duke VIce President SJ Weller Cashier Board of Directors DP MT McDowell S J Weller Joe Maiden- J D Duke John M Godsey Frank Lanhamand C C Moseley Notice teyemyAnyone desiring to settle for their coltcan settle withhiin 38tlF1 WChEAGERi 1- r b er I VERY TRYING TO WOMEN Are the Peculiar Ills Brought on by Catarrh of the Pelvic Organs Pcruna is a Tonic Especially Adapted to Their Peculiar Diseases Mrs Louise Westbrook No9 East Cblumbla St Detroit Mich Secretary of the West Side Lotus Club writes For several years 1 Buffered with leucorrhwa and painful menstruation which was followed by general debility until I was but a wreck of myself Thanks to Peruna I am a well woman today Loul Westbrook Mls Joiilemono Westland No Tai lvublen Ave Detroit Mich DUtrlct mmm LETTER Rate Bill and Tariff Revision will Be Recommended J Special Session of Congress Will Be Asked to Consider Them SANTO DOMINGO SITUATION 1 SpeclAl to THI ItarteucisJ- Washington D C April 51905 When the extra session of Con gress is called in October the Presi dent will present for its considera tion the two questions which were passed at the last session without legislation that is railroad rate leg islation and the revision of the Ding ley tariffs fn certain schedules not difficult to prophesy The new House of Representatives will in all likelihood pass a rate bill as easily as the last one but it will be in the Senate that a blockade can be pre dieted One thing alone can prevent the miscarriage of these reforms lid that is for the Senators to be made to understand in no uncertain way that they are in the Senate to represent the people and to fulfill their wishes e vThe Presidents decision in the Santo Domingan situation by which this government will administer the finances of the country pending the ratification of the treaty by the Senate next lanis regarded with Practicallyltvery y ti ll t 1- i 4 t i h J Deputy of Detroit Independent Order of Good Templars writes aa follows Peruna has been a blessing to me and dally do I Indorse It For two years I suffered with catarrh of the stomach I lost flesh and grew thin and emaciated nervous and exhausted BO that I could neither work at es oy life I began takingPerunaandcannow- eat and enjoy everything I eat I have been well over a year nowMiu Jemlemen WMtland either represent some opposed private interest or whose policy is simply one of opposition Circumstance have made it clear that we are the die power to which Santo Domingo was entitled to look for assistance and that in the world wide interest of peace and good order it I was our duty to assume the IesponI sibility of administering and providing for the payment of her creditors in a reasonable time Moreover in our own interest it was advisable that we should do anything possible to prevent the seizureof the island by a foreign power with the companying likelihood that we should in time bo compelled to dis establish the European Naval base in West Indian waters that would b the gradual development In th interest of the Republic itself and the small governments of the South American States the example is good and is likely to lead to a better andj wiser administration by those gov ernments of their finances Viewed from every reasonable standpoint it JUSItthat the approval of the plan will far have overcome the first resent ment of certain Senators that th treaty will have support even on th Democratic side The Carribbea sea must finally f e regarded as an American Lake just at the Gulf of Mexico and the Government must b made to feel that it has rights an responsibilities in that sphere just as ithas about the Gulf of Mexico Without regard to the Monroe Doc oclir Catarrh is a very frequent cause of that class ofdiseases popularly known as female weakness Catarrh of the pelvic organs produces such a variety symptoms majority of peoplqhave no Idea that they are caused by catarrh A great proportion of women haveysome catarrhal weakness which has been called by the various doctors she has consulted by as many different + names These women have been treated andhave taken medicines with no relief simply because the remedies are not adapted to catarrh Itsthrough a mistaken notion as to the real nature of the diseases that these medicines have been recommended to them Ifs the women who are suffering with any form of female weakness would write to Dr Colum compltttldtscriptlon peculiarities their troubles he wilt Immediately reply with complete di chargeHealth btDrMiss Alice Dressier of No 1313 North Bryant Are Minneapolis Minn write as follows concerning Pernna ItI wa suffering from catarrh of the throat and head One of my college frIends who was visiting me asked me to try Peruna and I did so and found it all and more than I had expected It not only cured me of the catarrh but restored me to perfect health Alice Dressier Miss Mamie Groth Plattoville Wis writes 41 have for several years suffered with frequent backache and would for several days have splitting headaches Several of my friends advised mo to take Peruna and I asked my physician what he thought of it Ho recom mended it and so I took it and am entirely without pain of any kind now Mamlo Groth In a recent letter from No2 Grant Ave Denver Col Mr Ida L Gregory wrItes Some six years ago my husband snf fered with nervous prostration and advising with a friendly druggist he brought home a bottle of Peruna His health wasrestored from Itt use his appetite was increased and restful sleep came to hlmIda L Gregory MlaaFlorenceMarphyNoZ100 Second ATJ Seattle Washwritear suffered for over ayear with female trouble and although I tried several physicians none of them seemed to be able to help me permanently t It nly took a little over three bottle of Peruna to make me well and song Inever hare backache headache or bear- Ing down pain any more =Florence Murphy our near by LatinAmerican neighibors and we must do it more and more as their needs and our powers + increase Resolutions of Respect WhereasBrother AlexanderCamp belt Ellis who was born July 27 1842 became a member of Hartford Lodge No 156 F A M in 1866 or 1867 and a member of Hart ford Lodge No 675 F A M on July 3 1893 of which he was an ac tive member at the time of his death Fbyjoin that innumerable host in the Grand Lodge above be it Resolved That this lodge has lost a faithful useful and ardent mem andeupright citizen and his family a loved father and devoted husband Resolved That we tender to the bereaved widow and children our heartfelt sympthy and commend them to Him who has promised to be a husband to the widow and a fatherlessl token of our him that tW thesobadge of mourning for a dateeofethenrecotdof this lodge a copy presented to the family and a copy presented Ho each of the local papers for publi thedMasonic Home Journal W H BARNES G B LIKENS Com- E W FORD Bubfinbe for THE REPUBII AY t t I 4r fira gK r rt I tl I II t BUSHEL OF GOLD Concealed in a Safe Found in a Cave In Virginia Near the Valuable Hoard La Two Human Skeletons Blue Ridge Va April 3The discovery of an iron vault contain ing 20000 and close beside it two human skeletons in a deserted cavc on Wolfes Creek near here this morning is thought to be the solution of two of the most puzzling mysteries this section has ever knownThe vault containing the money which was in silver and gold coin- ranging from one to twenty dollars was found by Howard Thompson foremanand his gang of timber cut ters on the Blue Ridge Mountain They came across an opening in the mountain and following it for some distance reached what seemed to be the mouth of a desested cave Making their way through the cave in some parts of which they were compelled to crawl upon their hands and knees the men came into a room more than 20 feet high 100 yards wide In one corner o- s this was an iron vault The curiosity of the men was stirred fo the ut most and they agreed to carry it from the cave As they began this task a most difficult one they stum bled across the bones of two men The skulls legs and arms were in tact These here gathered up and with the vault taken to the mouthof the cave A stick of dynamite was procured the vault blown open When the smoke of the explosion cleared away Imore than a bushel of gold and sil ver trains rolled from the vault Some of the men mad with excite ment made a frantic rush for the- I S treasure but they were restrained by Thompson who had every coin lathered up and replaced in the vault which was turned on its side nd hauled to this place The bones found in the cave were also brought beret and with the treasure placed in the hands of the Mayor It It generally supposed that the find solves the mystery of the hid i den treasure of Isaac Asbury one of the wealthiest men of this section prior to the Civil War and who was known to have hidden a very large sum somewhere in the mountains IU location was known only by him and a trusted negro servant Asbury joined the Confederate anks after hiding his money to koep it fr 5m being confiscated by t Federal soldiers and he served with distinction i1 a number of battier He wns promoted from Lieutenent to Captain for bravery at Antietam A short time afterward he was kill ed while Commanding a scouting party HUm ro servant Job rei fase J t s reveal the hidirg place of the htird after his masters deathi nttho I vn his deathbed nw was be cKd by Asburyn wiTe to do so AVU 10 y2ua after the close o- fYardielvhawerei JAii Ii fiCiotui Alint when he fell I vhn it i ticved the lo c f f tit hi den mijaur wasre v i inj hOle I t t tion of andannoJnII nJo search f mouragred by Mrs Aa L waver had little faith 5 They Ht on then ii1 ipasuiv ljt never rat arnona pearancogave i as run tr+ snme be they had found the tr left this saction others t Ji that ttey did not fro on a he money and soml B i j iiiat they might hay pnr hr f t Iuntal1tII1rl18 taurjj in tu cave near v vilt cs sur poau l to tie the ib v1 ten who must hi for went of food In tlpht r c rnuiie TlrrAY turn has be i id juitiy y41 M hit iKVHunih I U Aabury vhoi jiov in N York and who it is thought can IluntiiTy tho mill vault has been apjirUed of the dis covery rThe Tick of a Clock In a recent police curt squabble over a clock one man testified that he could identify the timepiece in question by the tick This state ment was received with derision bImost of the courtroom attaches the q Jot N magistrate included but later a watchmaker whose attention it had declared that wInscoffers laughed before they ken what they were laughing at Of course you can tell a clock by its tick he said I dont mean that ticybut many of them have and a person who has owned a certain clock for a long while and has studied its style and mannerisms can if he hasI a good ear detect that particular tick among hundred Many clocks that are apparently made on the same plan develop peculiarities inc their running gears Some canter along at an even pace others go b jerks and spurts Some are star ly solemn other frisky and gay The ticking of clocks varies too in rhythm pitch and dynamics With all these difference in tone is it hsmeasured his life by one clock for several years can swear even in cour to its particular tick Over 19 Hours Saved to Mexico By the superb double daily ser- Routevice over the Iron Mountain and its connections the shortest andI quickest line from St Louis to City of Mexico through San Antonio and Laredo Through Pullman sleepers daily leaving St Louis 221 p m and 820 p in Elegant Dining Car ser attractf Low rates liberal stop over privi leges Now is this time to go For descriptive literature rates etc 11RHas Indl RtlcsItllnniork Ixrlfxi Probably the largest and most valbuable collection of Indian relics gathered bone man in this StateI if not the country is owned by Uncle Tommie Cox at Luwist port Every piece which he possess ed was unearthed by his own efforts I and not a one was bought Nearly all of them wore found at adepth from six to twelve feet over on ofIt Island lit Indiana opposite Lewl- polt He has been twentyeight years getting together the collection j which now consists of 1200 races embracing every known relic of the i noble savage with single exception I of cocking pots which he tttis been unable to secure Uncle Tommie believes it to be the best one nian find in the United States tiiat is where money has not used been in their purchase Twelve years nga Mr Cox sold Gl peices for 6S to Btuyc the Rockport druggist Mr IJasye took the purchase to Italy whero ij I took a 31prmiun IJe asks 375 for the present collection and before it was nearly as cDinpleta as it now j is ho was uUered200 something like onefliird of thorn having been gath erei since Mr Cjx is having an immense ease with glass front made and will display te collection in SchalFers drugstore H is a genius as a relic finder and has much knowl edge on the subject He is a voter peninni talkinguotrt NorthAmI 4 r I I Women as Well as Men M clc Miserable by IArcKidney Troull lcIKidney trutbt rreyi upon the mind dill oouragc and lessens ambition beauty vigor Chic aGonlldlsappeat noys out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has I become so prevalent 1 Ills not uncommon for chll i to be born afflicted with weak tioys If thIS chili aces too often if tie urine scalds the flesh or Ifv hen the chii reaches an are when It chxii Vs abo o 01 control th r icagc It IE Jet tfioied with btJvBi7 ccrcnd upon it tSp caure cf ihj difdi i y h hldrey troubleond the first stop H t towards the uotrtent of I tviie tiri organs Tho unMeaiintj ttoLdlI sepdoseWomen Lien ere made mis crauia with kidney and bli dir trouble iii both need the ome crctt remedy cfSwaurpRootby druggists In fifty cent anti dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall are that a liei free also pamphlet tell110m eotsNwnlaAt- ing all about It Including many of thq thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper I I Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers1 BinghamtonN 1 jttan HAREM LIFE 1 Turkey Not So Listless and Dreamy as Depicted I kIIIgllndrJ hlte J Turkish girlsarenotunpicturesqu for they have p style of their own bnt instead of living a healthy outdoor life most of the time they seen to perfer to keep right out of sight I in the harem Perhaps this is be causewhen they walk abroad they are obliged to wear those thick long veils which come right up to their theer charms to the imagination of the be holder This must be very irrita ting to a girl with any pretense to good looks for although a good deal can besaidto an impressionable young la yett he generally likes to r more about the girl than that before he takes any definite steps as it were How is he to know that she hasn mouth the size of a healthy saucepan or perhaps a nose about the shape of which it would be inderI to say nothing Again another very probabl reason why Turkish girls do not g out much is because their husband does not know exactly how many wives he has until the stocktaking is over and he naturally does not like to take a whole gang of them a walk for fear he shall miss oneJ two at the Bon Marche You see he left any behind he would be part of a widower so to speak which would be very sad Turkish girls who have a husband etween about 50 of them are popu coppice to live in a harem and about harems various luscious but mislemlingdetnils haveleaked out from time to time which tend tout people of an inquring nature tinder complete misapprehension eta to I fact of the case i For instance the generally Accept d idea seems to be that Ihdieaofthe harem one might almost call thorn Harem lilies are attired in a sort of living picture costume of inugjin Their amusements too are set down as lolling on couches with an attendant to fan the bluebottles awayin- alternating sips of sherbet with lft of that stodgy indigestible sV5et delightItosay K according to tire latest revolt lions and noses from the front quite differentTheir of dro3ciiiunatcirom Paris nowat least that destined I fur holiday use und one ordinary days they loll next to nothing No they have to perform such profile Household duties as sewing cook j ing dusting the ornaments on the drawing room mantelpiece and so on is positively shameful ThlloI IIt Oon he no Romance left I worldWith regard to personal appear ance I believe Turkish girls tin in wIpoBtumo I would describe it although am not supposed to know anything about such thinJtIlbut then you me thin is a family paper and 1 consideriDont Borrow Trouble It it bad habit to borrow anything but theworst thing you can possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dys pepsin biliousness Brights disease and similar internal disorders dont i sit down and brood overlyour symptoms j but fly for relief to Electric LittettlHeroi you will find sure sad I lennunent foivetfulnesa of all ycur orbla and y ur bady will not be I burdened by a load of dobt dileascl At Z Wa ne ftriflm store Price 50c Guaranteed j Ti2 Way oV Mm- K IIKIM city JimrnilJ When a roan and hu wife start to- go anywhere says a Missouri paper he tells her to get out his good suit fix the buttons in his shirt get his cuffs good shoes tie his necktie brush his hat perfume his hand kerchief and a few other little jobs Then he puts on his hilt and says Great Scott Aint you ready et Oysters a Foot Long A wholesale oyster dealer was sizing up a new invoice There are l I 1- i Midaslhelarge ones He picked out one and measured it The age of an oyster has absolutely no effect upon its quality he said It doesnt get tough with age like the higher order of animals How Iecouldnt say exactly I have known Maurice river oystermen to claim that an oyster undisturbed in n neg lected cove would live for twentyfi ve years before it finally died of oldI age And an oyster of the Maurice river type keeps on growing all the time I have seen some myself that measured nearly a foot in length A Tried and Truo Friend One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing CoughsColds longItried and true friend to the many who use it Sold by Z Wayne Grif fin C Bro m Thoughts on Courtship Dont forget that while you are livetwithII mind I Before you quarrel always stop to consider whether you can afford it Promise as much as you can per likeetoo1Loveisadisease See to it that you have an incurable case Ina Nnnvi of FnmoiLittle Early Risesr the famous pils have been made far mous by their certain yet ImrrnlOl18I iand gentle action upon buwclst mId liver They have no equal for biliou nass constipation etc They do not weaken the stomah gripe orImake you feel sick Once used al ways preferred They strengthen Sold by z Wayne Griffin Bro m Against the Rules iftotmlt rre rnI1 t I jest Rat What made you leave that apartment house Second RtOh they were so fearfully strict about not allowing any lunching in the rooms and 1 imply cant live with nibbling j The RiRht Name Is DeWitt lieWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools t smoothes and heals cuts burns boils bruises piles and all akin diseases Vabswelling1 so bail that piece after ipieqiJ of bone worked out of her leg DeWicts Witch Hazel Salvi cured her It is the wonderful healing salve in the world Beware of coun terfeits Sold by Z Wayne Griffin C Bro m O L rlJytnGlrrvccd I A n rapSrirgttracttvcs 1 IFINIYI1NI11111IILNIN11111n41g 25CiiYYININIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1UNIOUE TESTAMENT Dying Man Scrawls Last Statement on a Piece OT Birch i Dark I 1O- n a piece of birch hark by the light of n tiny oil taper Robert Mc Neill why laid down his life in the quest for riches scrawled a large message to leis loved ones and be queathed to them the wealth that was his McNeills death came while he was prospecting near the head waters the Stewart River Viola a Freda Finn of Spokane Wash daughters of the deceased ister of McNeill are the ones toI whom the dying man left his property They were notified by longdis lance telephone yesterday by Henry J Ross the man who journeyed front the grave of their uncle of the dentin of McNeill and of the cxistancej of the will Viola Finn is now the j wife of James Barkley The birch bark statements in the the hands of William Hice of the prospectors still on the Stewart riv er and is to be forwarded to the Finn girls as soon as Ross notifies him of their present address toss j dOtS not know the value of the Mc Neill estate It consists of the valuable claims on Stewart river j he said is an exceedingly rich 10I worthIninny thousands of I 1Ahout twomonths ago McNeill William Rice and Donald McCollognn Dawson for the headwaters ofI Stewart They staked out sonic promising claims mid had begun werkwhen McNeill was taken sick condition btrttmesoalarming that his companion attempt to convey him to a settlermont about 70 milts down the river But the weather was extremely cold and there WAS no total I met the party camped in the snow It was only a few hours before McNeill died I had net him before IK forked me to bunt up ifs nieces We hitd no paper tin the sick man wrote out his will on a piece of hack sad we eachsighed it an u it mvvsMiNVill died that eight and we buried him in the owoI come to Pawson and Rim and iMcCollogan turned back to their claims 0 Catch a Friend With ThisI youriWillie Wliy nobody InIJohnny Just stick out your ten ue and touch your ear with your hand l Irls BEST MACHINES MADE I iJHndcC fJccfrfz s 750o7 O Dice Gia e 65 i i Trio Grazitjpkcno roRrosSuocs rJ I x of I inaslo ficntacity tostuS arcf roars vclfx- vcoaSz tStis ectGj txr atlGCt eta 1C la an crrcfJcss COKCUSO o7crasccrcjeutr OIc1r MusicuJ Btimcnt 41M1IAIAAIMtI1Y1Y11IAIIiY IIINIIIttlNt NIININNI411III- IYCcici CCIUfliBGI CyJitvJoiI4ceolrt IIIII4IYI4III N IINi64u4IION1I VIII INUUIUIIIIAINIOYINIp In Low One Wy Colonist Rates 1 Vies Four Route- To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON + OREGONV MONTANA UTAH end IntcriticUliite territory Tlckutw on 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KENTUCKY HISTORY Last Figfyt Between Indians and Whites on Kentucky Soil Took I Place in Summer of 1793 The last fight between the whites aml indians on Kentucky soil m thus related by Collins in his history o KentuckyIn course of the summer oi 1782 the spies who had been down the Ohio below Limestone discovered where a party of about twenty In dians had crossed the Ohio and sun their canoes in the mouth of Holts creek The sinking of their canoes and concealing themwas evidence o the intention of the Indians to re crosS the Ohio at the same place When Kenton received this intelli gence he dispatched a messenger tc Bourbon countyto apprise them that the Indians had crossed the Ohio and had taken that direction while he forthwith collected a small party 4 choice spirits whom he could depen- upon in case of emergency Among them was Cornelius Washburn who had the cunning of a fox for ambus ending and the daring of a lion for encountering With this party Ken ton crossed the Ohio at Limestone and proceeded down to opposite th mouth of Holts creek where the Indian canoes lay concealed Here his party lay concealed four days befor they saw or heard anything of the Indians On the fourth day of their I ambuscade they observe three In driyie swam over The Indians then raised one of their canoes they had sunk andcrossed over When the Indians came near the sho c Kenton discov creel that of the three men in the canoe r one was a whiteman As heI thought the white man was probably a prisonerhe ordered his men to fire alone at the Indians and save the white man His men fired the two Indians fell The headway which the canoe bad ran it upon the shore the f white man in the canoe picked up f his gun and as Kenton ran down to the waters edge to receive the man 1 he snapped his gun at the whites Kenton then orderd his men to kill shim He was immediatly shot About three or four hours afterwards on the same day two more Indians and another white man name to the river and drove in five horses The horses swam over and the Indians raised another of their sunk en canoes and followed the horses 4 across the Ohio As soon as the canoe touched the shore with the Indians Kentons party fired upon them and killed them all The white man who was with this party of Indians had t his ears cut his nose bored and all 1 the marks which distinguish the In dians Kenton and his men still kept up the ambuscade knowing y 4 their were still more Indians and one canoe behind Some times in the night the main body of Indians came to the place where their cano were sunk and hooted like owls not receiving any answer the began to think all was not right The Indians were as vigilant as weasels The two parties vitro had been killed the main body expected to find encamped on the other aid of the Ohio and as no answer was given to their hooting which was doubtless agreed upon a countersign one of the Indiansnust It r have swam the river to reconnoitre and discover what had become o their friends The Indian who swam the river must have discover e I the ambuscade He went upon high hill or knoll which was imm diately in Kentons rear and gav three long and Mud yells afte- p which he informed his friends that they must immediately1 make thei escape as a party of whites wer waylaying them Kenton had sev iI eral men who understood the Indian language Not many minutest 1 after the Indian on the hill ha warned his companions of their danger the Bourbon militia cam up It being dark the Indian- broke and ran leaivng about 4ihorSes which they had stolen fro Bourbon The next morning some attempts were made to pursue the Indians but they had scattered and straggled off in such small parties that the pursuit was aban doped and Kenton and his party l returned home without the affair making any more noise or eclat tha would have taken place on the re turn of a party from a commonn hunting tour Although Kenton and His party did not succeed as well as they could wish or their friends r There 1nopuling the tact dilloI mans heart Is rcnclned through canfcooked fuod for the table a man it grouchy ugly nervous suffering from di tress race eating Lcart and all through the overworked stomach Dr Plerces Golden Medical Discovery which helps the digestion of food in tile otomach assists the blond in taking up the proper elements from the food helps the thekwhole system This nsiinillatlon helps in corputlethe andfin consequence As a tissue builder it is far preferable to cod liver oil or alco holic compounds orlanicrUetauae it gives the blood and the tissues the food elements they requite and maintains a person retaludljteltIt overcomes the gastric Irritability and symptoms of indigestion the from using Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery II nutrition and the building up of the tissues catarrh syncdetc In recommending Dr Pierce GoldenMedical Dincorery at a blood purifier write L Ir Kq Accountant o Norfolk Va For years I was a niflcrer from very oUtlunte form C kln dlseae ronmoul known ss fetter which being confined to the- pIImo of hand Bud was very Ing In told weather the skin would become hard and dr and would bleat or crack which wai painful andeGolden Nether Discovery to purifythe blood iflrr which he trouble would sll dtappearnm nm grateful toaaythat alter the fourth bottle beta was no dls cue lef- texpected yet the Indians were com pletely foiled and defeated in their object six of them were killed and all the horses they had stolen were retaken and the remainder of the In dians scattered to return home in stroll squads This was the last in road the Indians made in Kentucky from hence forward they lived free from all alarm v 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will tie pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dig case requires a constitutional treat meet Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally aASng directly upon the bloodand mucous surface of the sys tem thereby destroying the founds tier of the disease an9 giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature ini doing its work The proprietors haveso much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonals Adders F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Famjly Pills for con stipation m The End of the Worlds Fair World Vork Chicagotcony This includes all the physical proper erty of the exposition company ex cept the intramural cars and street soldeto the St Louis Car Company for 150000 the Palace of Liberal Arts which is to be permanentand a few miror structures Thus the company has come into feetfof good building lumber 200000 square feet of sash lumber 10000 glassa ofe4000000ecoverr ing 600000 incandescent lights 650000rhospitales complete in modern equipments greenhouses ready for utilization anywhere each 300 feet long with adfire department enough for a city of 50000 inhabitants comprising rubbesr hose thousands of chairs of all sorts wiremfences hundreds of decks wagons dump cars and steam rollers enough to fit up a dozen good road societies andmany other sorts of parapher nalia Out of the structures equipments and furnishings of the Louisiana goodairedncity should be built The debris would construct half a dozen fairs like that at Buffalo in 1001 or that which is to open in Portland Orej in June 1905 MODERN CRUSOE I Occupies a Barren Island Whent Snow Is 260 Feet Deep Montana has produced u Robitison Crusoe says a Montana exchange Harry Deans experierice on anjsland away up near Bering Straits perhaps is not similar to that of Robinson Cru soe yet as it is related by friends in Montana it recalls the famous ad ventures pf Crus6e Dean a machinist of Montana left there last Ju ly for Alaska He was one of th eitWetzstein party headed for Dry land about 40 miles from Kodiak Not long after making camp there the party disbanded Wetzstein and the others except Dean return ing inland There was adven ture in it for Dean and he started out to find a gold deposit for him itself Scattered here and there were small prospecting parties and these onie thre little island and discovered that he was master of all that he sawhe was in undisputed possession of Dry Island The island is one of a long chain that extends out toward the straits and is noted chiefly for its rocks No considerable quantity of gold has been taken from the island Yet they say the prospect there is as inviting as it is on any of its com panion islands hence the with which Mr Dean held to th prospect in view Friends in Montana have received letters from Mr Dean and the lasti received announces his inter tion of returning to Montana as soon as he should receive certain ad vices which were to be sent fromI Montana and which it is thought must be in his possession ere this Why Harry has had more eat riences up there than Crusoe or eve Monte Cristo ever hadsaid a friend the other day Think of a man living all alone on an island 60 miles from nowhere in the cold with ice under him over him and frost ice and snow on each side of him with fish for grub and snow for waterI Ill bet he will havea most Interesting story to tell when he comes back to Montana I received a letter several weeks ago and in it he told me that he was tired of the island and left A boat touches the island once in a while and it carries letters from the several islands to Kodiak Harry mailed this letter on th boatHe said that he had sunk a shaft about 25 feet deep and struck salt water that the hole was In solidice Of coursethere is in many places there great layers of ice through which the miner must dig before h strikes the ground Harry though struck water instead of ground and he found that he had been boring into an iceberg and had struck into a blow hole in the ice filled with seawater If he had gone down deep enough no doubt he would have broken through into the bottomless sea Thats one experience Another experience he had was a hummer One morning he woke up to find himself Completely buried cabin and all under a bank of snow 40 feet deep He dug his way out The Better Way The tissues of the throat areI inflamed and irritated cough and there is more i ritaI- tionmore coughing You take a cough mixture d it eases the- irritationfor a while You ta- keSCOTTS EMULSION and it cures the told Thats what is necessary It soojhes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a cough a oldI or bronchitjs WELL UND YOU A SAMPLE FREE SCQU5 B u y 1e Yev P yrkeet rysw agrv gtrSen of the snow and stood on top of the great sheet extending from coast to Itesnow after the skies cleared Dean was 260 feet above the roof of his cabin and about a quarter of a mile north as he descended to the cabin every day through the jnclined tunnel in the snow This proved to be a tedious process so he hauled his effects out theIwas no snovan mossIsweep and thus kept the ground Reared of snow while on the other side the arctic air current held sway and piled the snow sky high Thus was noted that two alternating currents operated to the great dis advantage of the homesteader and for this reason Dean is anxious to dispose of his holdings and return to Montana where the climate is more equablePlans to Get Rich Are often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsia or constipation Brace lip and take Dr Kings New Life Pills They take out the materials which are clogging your energies and give you a new start Cures headache and dizziness too At Z Wayne Griffin Bro s drug store 25c guaran teedmBirthmarks A man appeared on the street the other day with a big threecornered scar on the side of his face which looked suspiciously like the print of a shoeandtvhenafriendewho had not seen him for a long time met him and with surprise askedhim Why Jim how did you get that awful scar he replied That is a birthmark and his Youdidhe replied but it is a birthmark just the same You sees when I was coning home from the West andntried to get in the wrong berth Full of Tragic Meaning Are these lines from J H Simmons of Casey La Think what might have resulted from his horrible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he wrilesII had a fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me Instantly relieves and permanently cures all prdventseGriffin Bro druggists guaranteed 50c and 100 Trial bottle free m TwlsterpRead this over three times and then billeboard Bill also had a board bill The board bill bored Bill so that Bill sold the bill board to pay his board bill So after Bill sold his billboard to pay his board bill the board bill no longer board Bill In- line with the tale of Bills board bill and Bills bill board it might be mentioned that it Bills bill bored Bill as much as Bills board bill bored why not board Bill with aboard from Bills bill board and tbrow Bills board bill and Bills billboard over board tAn Extinct Town The town of Mettamiscontis Me which was incorpatfd in 1839 and grew into a prosperous settlement has met with reverses and is about to surrender its town organization OnMarch 4 1904 its population had dwindled to twentyeight and every one in town was either a Sawyer or a Roberts Everybody was related to everybody else The community has become literally a family affair At present the town haS no post- office no clergyman no lawyer and no physician Among the assets of the once flourishing municipality is a weed grown cemetery in which there hasjbeen no Intermeht for six 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rua e Hartford Republican f tMuedbytbe Hartford InbllabingCompany- pncoarokL kot I C E 8MITHM rEdllor a TELEPILdi7E8 cuznolancr39ouch 1r3zI FRIDAY APRIL 7 REPUBLICAN TICKET 1i FOR nEIIIESI ST TIE h CHARLES C BEARD lFonCOUNTY JUUIIK + W B TAYLOR i ron COUNTY COURT CIEIIK t W S TINSLEY t FOR COUNTY ATTOIIXEV- K t M WOODWARD FOIL 8HKU1FF- H B MARTIN- i FOR JAILER OSCAR MIDKIFF FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS r JAMES M DEWEESE Jan ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH Jon SURVEYOR NATHANIEL MOXLEY FOR CORONER JEROME ALLEN f sort MAdlSTIlATK Vie an authorized to nnnonnce JOHN M KHUITZ an n inti1IJnte for the office of Jliirt Irate ot the Cromwell cIWHct nbect to the ae tlonot the Rrimbllcnn Parts We ore ootborlzt to nnnounre MACK COOK on n candidate for the office ot Magtttrate of the Croiuuell dUtrlct subject to the action of lie publican party XVe ore authorized to announce W 1 MII Lint Horne Pruned on u candldntv for the of lice of Jlngl trut of the Cromwell illtrlctiuu Joct to the action of the Republican party AN IOWA scientist declares that people should marry their opposites The divorce record indicates that they do A NEW YORK exchange pauses to ask Is there any such thing as ripe men There are some ripe and some overripe J A CONSTITUTION will be a bitter pill for the Czar to take but noI treatment short of that will give himI reliefEDWARD elect ofI Chicago is certainly not arbeliever in racesuicide He has ten children the eldest one being seventeen TIME is money thus sayeth the adage Mrs Chadwick has ten years that she is probably willing to dispose ofat a reasonable discount r IK Dr Osier means that men over GO who part their hair in the middle and smoke cigaretts should be chloroformed he is no doubt entirely cor rcctiNEW YORK Democrats are quarreling over the selection of a leader Recent political events indicate that followers are needed more in New York than Icad rsICHICAGO has a society the purpose of which is to bring all lonesome together It will probably 0havc a large membership among the wives of the club men TilE Hartford Herald greets its readers this week with ten full col turns of reading matter and twenty two columns of advertising Dont the subscribers get their moneys worth of advertising FOLK Missouri de clares that it is every mans duty to vote The advice is hardly necessary in Denver where every man is willing to vote for himself and all his friends living and dead A WEST VIRGINIA town comes forward with the story about a young couple being married standing waist deep in icecold water The next story about them will probably be that they are in hot water one of them at least Russian who were enroute to South Dakota were by mistake landed in South America They will probably raise no kickf when they learn that South Amer ica is further from Russia than South Dakota t PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS visit toiLouisville Tuesday was a great t umph and the first of the kind that has occurred for nineteen years He was in the city one hundred and thirtytwo minutes and during that time the President made a speech of greeting rode through a parade of considerable length smiled an waved his hat some thousands o times made a speech at the Court- House attended a reception at the Louisville Hotel and made a speech of thanks for souvenirs presented him and impressed every one who saw him with the seriousness of his promise to do all that in him lies to show himself President of all the people of the United States Ken tuckians who had assembled to greet the President did honor to the nam of our proud State by the triumphant and royal welcome tendered him and each are prouder of their coun try than before 6 HERBERT April 5Albert Moxley Trisler I was the guest of friends at this place SaturdayDr Hale Lyonia who burned to death at Deanfield Friday night was buried at this place Saturday evening Mrs Bernice Givins and Master Joe Bennett visited at Whitesville Tuesday Miss Ora Haynes returned from Owensboro Saturday J B Chambers has been ill for thp past few days Oscar Reid of Chambers visited at- E W Lyons Friday Harry Givens went to Hawesville Tuesday Mrs Lula Midkiff went to Fell ville Saturday Tommie Jett of Pellville spent Sunday at Grant Midkiffs Mrs Minnie Miller visited her par ents at Walnut Grove Wednesday Mr William Nicholas an old and highly respected citizen died Wednesday at his home at Lyonia He was buried at this place Thursday morning He has many relatives and friends here Mr Joe McCarty of Whitesville died Saturday evening and was buried at Panther Creek cemetery Sunday evening He leaves a wife and seven children besides many rel atives and friends He was a good man and will be greatly missed Jesse Huff and family of Chicago are visiting at John Haynes- WHITESYILLE April 5Mr J G McCarty died here at his home Saturday of heart trouble and his remains were interred in the Panther Creek graveyard Sunday He leaves a wife and sev children to mourn his loss They are Mesdames Will Miller Chas parreBoyd Lonnie and Chas McCarty of placeEverybody was excited over the many serious hapenings of Friday SaturdayThere crowd of men went up to Deanfield Saturday to sect the charred remains of Johp Hale and Will Divens Mrs Livia Cecil has gone to Cecil to visit relatives and then will go on to Louisville to purchase the spring stock of dry goods for Mr P HafTeyC Henderson was here week Several people came down from I Fordsville Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr McCarty Miss Mary H Wedding the milliner for P H Halley had her opening of the new spring hats Saturday Every one was well pleased with the new styles Mrs Jas Lowe Hartford has jComotroubles pimples bolls and other ruptions besides loss of appetitet That tired feeling fits of biliousness I Indigestion and lieadaclidPTho sooner better and tho way to get rid of them and to build up tho system that has suffered from them is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming In combination tho Spring llcdiclno par excellence of unequalled strength in purifying tho blood as shown by unequalled radical and pcr mancnt cures of Salt RheumS ld Head Bolls Pimples Ml Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism catarrh Dyspepsia Etc Accept no substitute but bo sure toh Hoods and get it todayit J Ayers thatfdren become strong and well by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few da- ysSarsaparilla The change is very prompt yourdocrorformula and will explain anehut hu few reek Ayer HiruparllU com rlsieljr rlnrI tnP to ne Eo HlCKMIMTCIt VlntUlldN JIJIOO ft bnllle L r ATR Ifor InrNl IIThe Children elllousnesaconstlpatlonprovontroCovory been the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs G A Holland for several 1 days C L Obenchain visited his parents Saturday at Pellville Will 0 Bryan St Lawrence where Sunday Mr and Mrs R E Massie Owens boro were here Sunday Miss Mary H Wedding spent Friday andSaturday with Miss Ann e Howard of Rockport She was ac companied home by Miss Annye and brother who spent Sunday here Mr and Mrs Theodore May and family Owensboro attended the funeralof Mr McCarty Sunday Filden Morrison Fordsville was here Sunday Messrs Frank Brooks and Alton Haynes spent Sunday here Messrs Jas Renfrew Will Thom as and Clarence Armendt Dundee were here Friday Glint Hedden and wife Mrs Annie Ganane Dr McDonold and wife and Bro Ford attended the funeral ser vice of Mr Fitzhugh Renfrew Sunday at Sulphur Springs Many of the people of this place were shocked at the news of the sad death of Fitzhugh Renfrow of Nar rows He was well known here and was liked by all who knew him We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family in their sad hour Rev H C Ford filled his regular appointment here at the Christian church Saturday and Sunday Rev John Reid Jr of Great Falls Mont recommended Elys Cream Balm to me I can emphasize his statement It is n positive cure for catarrh if used as directed Rev Francis W Poole Pastor Central Press Church Helena MontIAfter using Elys Cream Balm six weeks I believe myself cured of catarrh Joseph Steward Grand AveIBuffalo N Y The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 50 Warren StNew York- SULPHURSPRINGS April 31Mr Fitzhugh Renfrow was buried at theSand Rock cemetery Sunday at 2 oclock A large t crowd of friends and relatives attended I Arvis Wedding who has been at Evansville Ind for the past month l has returned h6meIWayne Midkiff Hartford visited his parents Saturday and Sunday I Miss Artie Ddff is visiting her sister Mrs Ida Godsey this week j at ShreveIcar load of stock I Miss Emma Morris is very low with that dreadful disease consump ion and whooping cough I Ira Alton Louisville visited his d- arents last week returning home Saturday 1 Miss Viola Midkiff Magan is visit II ing her uncle this week W P Mid 4 kiff Miss Mamie Jones Fordsville who has been her sister Mrs C sL11 fidayMrs Chas Huff and children are visiting near Fordsville this wcekr Ed Davidson was in our vicinity CANE RUN April GOn March the twenty eighth the angel of death visited the of Mr Rufus Bqyd and toOk I loving wife and claimed her forI s own Lira Eoyd suffered fr i Real Estate- BARGAINSI 70 acres on Sulphur Springs IroadG miles from Hartford 32 acres in mellow 400 fruit j trees 90 white oak trees barnesI05000 c 1InltI And forr lariat Iud foi 12 10011 83 acres fine bottom Irnd fur ago per BCie or fibxi 3 niters from JHitfont on I SandtrurH crncHinu rPtt Grod hon f 111or ounr oraro in fins state ul cullivntlnn A bargain ys acres fine Ki iivhfrivcr boltllnllnfltar Hnrttnnt in fine Muff of riii v itIt Will n I rie + Miu ulrtmc tle lard 188 acres near Ceralvo See me lor prices 21 acns Ht Centertown See me liar ptlcts One house and lot on Union street in Haitlord in fine v condition 7S + ao Ahnusandtar4 of round a joining Hirtlorl Fine Irnit good hmnennil build int8 liar SJ75 135 errs 4 luilr north 01IHartford In yooil stale cultivation 85000 I 43 ants nritr Cnalvn J431 on 70 iTrn nrar Palo 35 norm j bottom unit titlancc uro1 tlLhlnrl gntal hOIl ea joorlIbtMis fSi 0- 0Olt rwr f6 1 Mnslrr f flltltbrnq j If X nil 0Mnt 10 frit land f ifsou i ant to buv land nr ins aril Iwilli nrntsh yon with what you want S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAItTKOIU KV hwnuuttSTOI3t11eB- lurteehisKind You Hats JUwniidt l4r1cI of is at for or or or so She was ready and to go She leaves a husband and a host of to her loss were laid to rest in Mc Cord We our to the be ri and Elder H D and were the of Mr G J last t Mr went to Pun lee last on business Euct Boyd Eoyd ar son The Wonderful Stallion 1 GOEBEL Will make the season of 1005 at E D stable near Beaver Da Ky at 15 to insure a living colt Care will be taken to prevent acci dents but will not be responsible should any occur Season Is due when colt is foaled or mare parted A lien will be retained on cult urI season fee This magnificent Is pronounced by the best judges of horse IIrto to be the best saddle and in HP needs no reputation as a show horse to those who have seen him show lies has been shown at the best fairs in Jhe State each year since he was ttvo years old and has won more blue tie+ than any horse of his class Goeb u a model horse and he proves to be an excellent breeder w Description und PccllRroc is a three white feet star in foreheadIt hand high will be ii years old the lilt of May 1935 He has fine maint lintIi Girrards 2250 first dam by old Star Happy Bells firs dam by thoroughbred Gocbels first dam by nI f SloerIi I dam by Dr J II Thomas ild Cotton Picker Goebels first dam n ha f sister to Nellie W I desire to thank the citizens for their support last year and would kir j ly ask all whose desire is to raise fine colts to call and see my stock before I will give the for the best colt of his get this yea and 10 for the 2nd best Colts to be shown at Beaver Dam on before the Ohio County Fair 190G F W CREACER K t E P BARNES Sc BRaT- A Mammoth Exposition of the Cleverest Spring Styles Great Stocks Millinery n and Waist Material Clothing Shoes and Slippers Mens Hats Shirts and Underwear Ladies and Gents New Neckwear Ladies and Childrens Nobby Effects in Hose I Mens UptotheMinute HalfHose r Handkerchiefs and Suspendersf Fancy Back Combs Side Combs and Hair Pins Carpets Mattings and1 r f Lace Ctirtainsand Window Shades Furniture and Cooking Stoves Every department loaded with now spring iiercuti lie When vim conm here you select from tHe largest spring stocks in Ohio county and vita the lowest juicesevetaake1 reputable merchandise in season Ell individual rich poor old young male female gets till one and the same pricujn the same article throughout our stock 1ut the right foot foremost by beginning now to draw your supplies from our Immense Stocks continue fur the ni t six will your interest closely that you will be entisfibl to become n permanent Beaver Dar Kentucky time will I daughters and friends andnilathes moucn Her the burying ground Wednesday extend sympathy aved husband children Birch wife guest Christian Sunday Sylvester Awtry Saturday d anoVTcm Oldhams with iypnid horee combined harness stallion Kentucky GOEBEL coalblack stallion Chief Denmark imported Scython breeding elsewhere PREMIUM season Saturn Cccflln Dress Rugs iniy nmntlis turdfro guard customer u Chelton of Centcrtown I the burial of their sisterin ntlcndedI Boyd last Wednesday I Mr Sylvester White and familyII visited Mr Whites sister H Christian Sunday j Rufus Boyd Went to Hartford MondayIschool at Fairview i Mrs Phieby Christian is the guest of her granddaughter Mrs Dinah IRaley John Hzync is very ill srd la net t i + expected to live but a short time Mrs Maggie Christian and chit J sisteriJames Hoover filled his regular lastsunI Fridayfrom t Wilsorrattendeddry e gih 4 vy- I V rl0 t I Store News At Fairs Wo appreciate so much tho largo crowd that at tendee our annual spring opening We did our utmost e to wniton all but at times the rush was so great that it was impossible to do so Wo invite you to come again und we promise you bettor service Below you will find some specials for April Wash Goods Noyhcre eqn there bo found a prettier lino 5f White Goods than wo have Mercer ized lacquards Dimities Marceilles India Linens Persian Lawns Paris Muslins in- ftetall the now weaves in White at most reasonable prices Come and get our prices i Fancy Wash Goods Wo are certainly headquarters for this line the prettiest line it has over been our pleasure to slow All the late spring shades at prices from fc to 2oc per yard Laces are going to bo strung for trimming turdwe have the lino ill all qualities and widths We invite your special attention to the above line Bargain Basement Saturdays run on our basement consid erably demolished our stock but it will bo fully replenished this week with goods that no household can do without Our price is in reach of nll5c and lOc nothing higher Visit soon without fail AT The Bargain Center u SEEK a a aa a FREE TUITION t I two Weeks Free Tuition in the Owensboro Business University 4 Individual instructions from a large and competent faculty Every Graduate se cures employment Free membership in I the Y M Ce A gymnasium and library Write for full information A M FISHER Pres IIJIlTL Tm r- r r Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL illinois Central RallroadTlmo Table North Iliiiinil uiifXao lot ilnc Ml pm SO II III 110 Mllll 011 dna1131 11111 No 101 due 253 p in No 131 dun SU p in i t You should see our new Spring Suits CARSON Cot Mr Logan Felix has moved to Owensbbro I Buy your Fruits and Candies at City Restaurant L E Charlotte Heflin made us a pleasant call Saturday We have all the new things in thin Dress Goods CARSON Co 4 Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf t r t S i Ji I I See our new Silks for Skirts and Shirt Waists CARSON Co Fresh Oysters and Fish at City Restaurant Fine Bring your Hams Bacon and Lard to Carson Co o Mr John W Taylor is visiting his parents at Birdseye Ind Mr A L Hudson has moved with his family t Owensboro James T Morgan Maxw llfwas a pleasant caller Saturday Nicest line of Cakes and Crackers- in Hartford at City Restaurant We will pay for Eggs 13Jc for liens 8Jc This price this week only CARSON CO Gross Williams will sell you a Sew ing Machine from 500 up Some ex tra bargains Messrs WH Reid and Joe C Hocker of neighborhood were pleasant callers Wednesday r My Myl aint the City Restaurant feeding em V M Stewart Beda called to see us last Saturday Get your sewing machine Oil from Gross Williams T J Everly Matanzas called to see us Wednesday E M Miller McHenry was a very pleasant caller Tuesday h C T Whittinghill Trisler was a pleasant caller Saturday J W Check Askin was a very pleasant caller Saturday Mr F M AllenCentertown wo a pleasant caller yesterday 0 C T S Overton Smallhous made us a pleasant hall Tuesday EsqW P Render Matanzas was a pleasant caller Wednesday Capt A B Stanley Beaver Dam called to see us last Saturday If you want the neyv thing at the correct price come to Carson Co Bring your Hams Bacon Eggs and Hens to Carson Co Gross Williams will rent you a Sewing Machine for any length of timeMrs C M Barnett who has been quite ill for several weeks is but lit tle better Cream Cheese Brick Cheese Sau sage Boneless Ham and Dried Beef at City Restaurant For all kinds of Sewing Machine Repairs call on Cross Williams ht City Restaurant Messrs Emory and Jesse Schroeter of Schroeters Floating Studio were in town on business yesterday Cheese Sandwich Nabisco Zu Zu Almond Bon Bon Graham Crackers 1It City Restaurant Extra fine u Mr L P Bennett Owensboro traveling salesman for Montonegro Riehm Music Coof Louisville rolled to see us yesterday Mrs Warren Ward has received word from the asylum officials at Hopkinsville that her husbandwill be able to come home in a few days Miss Dora Holderman who has been the guest of Judge and Mrs Rre R Wedding for the past week turned to her home at Fordsvilre last Wednesday Dr A B Riley has located at Cromwell for the practice of his pro fession The doctor is an energetic young physician and will certainly meet with success The junior members of the local Y M CA were treated to an elaborate banquet by the Ladies Auxil iary Monday evening Quiet an en joyable evening is reported Master John Pendleton Taylor entertained a fev of his young friends Tuesday evening Dainty refresh mentsereseryed during the even ing and all report a most enjoyable time We have a nice assortment of pound printsblue light and fancy at 100 We also have some black pound prints at 72c per undle40 yards to the bundle CARSON C9 Mr F E Keown senior member of Keown King meat dealers here was united in marriage to Miss Va da Smith at Morgantown last Satur day They have the best wishes of THE REPUBLICAN Messrs T H Black and E E BirkheadihaVe purchased the livery business from A P Taylor They will as soon as it is constructed occupy the new stable being built by Mr J W Ford on Main street I andsPlendidllbusmcss Mr A C Taylor has sold his liv erytbusand freight business to Messrs T H Black and E E Birk head and will open up a complete line of furniture and bu gies at his now brick building on Main street in corihectipn with his undertakers businoBS Mr Taylor and wife have just returned from Evansvillo vhere ho purchased stock consisting of a nice line of uptodate furniture of all kinds Hartford has long needed gillnoI The following persons from the county were in Louisville on the occasion I of President Roosevelts visit Tuesday Dr E B Pendlefcon and wife Mr Rowan Holbrook and wife Mr Santa Bach and wife I t tie Miss Stella Wo rner Messrs R T Her M S Ragland W S Tinsley E G BarrassR D Walker Wm Fair James M DeWeeseHart food Messrs K V Williams J W CooperE G Tilford Gordon Young E P Barnes John Barnes Everett Taylor Joe B Rogers Dr S D Tay lor and John M Hudson Beaver Dam Mr T M Her Centertown C T Whittinghill and daughterMiss Irene Trisler Lon Ralph RalphLon Ashford Rosine John Barrass and Henry Martin Taylor Mines Card of Thanks Horse Branch Ky April 41905 We wish to express our sincere thanks to the people of Horse Branch and vicinity who so kindly assisted us in caring for our beloved wife and mother during her last illness and for their many expressions of kindly sympathy in our sad bereave ment May our loving Father in heaven to whom such acts of un selfish kindness are very pleasing abundantly reward them WM BRYANT AND ClIILDREH License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report M S Gather Shreve age 27 years to Ada Hazelwood age 17 years J T Morris Jingo age 48 yearsto Mary Jv Cay age 49 years Frank Cummings Yeaman SimpsonArnold yeastoMarthayearsRansey BratcherOlatonage 22 years to Annie Hurt Olaton age 26 years J D Jones Buel 29 to Lucinda Ig eheart Point Pleasant age 50 years T Wade Stratton Hartford age 22 years to Violet Gary Centertown age 15 years Lennie Williams Beaver Dam age 21 years to Myrtle Chick Taylor Mines age 19 years Albert Taylor Westerfield 23 to Hannah Daniel Westerfield age 20 years Jackson Braden Souther land age 23 years to Susan Pate Utica age 19 years William Lee Sulphur Spring age 18 years to Minnie E Schroader Jingo age 17 years Carl Shacklett McHenry age 23 years to Lillie May Austin Beaver HaynesLeachStewart Manda age 21 years V Program meetinkOhiobe held at Slaty Creek Baptist church April 29 and 30 1905 SATURDAY 29 10 oclock no ml Devotional Ex ercises 2 Organization 3 Enroll ment of members of the churches 4 What is Necessary to Interest our People in the Cause of Mission J P Miller and Silas Stevens 5 What should be done with mem bers who will not Contribute to Mis sionsJohn T Casebier and Willie Taylor To what extent should missions be taught in our Sunday School 0 M TaylorThe a Its Relation to Foreign Missions E W Coakley b JomeJ H Burnett v StatfrL d District P E Herndon e The importance of church buildings to the carrying on of our workMiss Victoria Wil hams 7 How to make the Sunday school goa The Pastors Part H P Brown b The Superintendents Pl1rtO M Shultz cTheTeachers PartH B Taylor d The Church Members PartW A Casebier and Vernon Leach 8 The Saloon and its Brood of Evil a to the Individual H D Burch b To the HomeG W Gordon c To the StateToH Belmain d To the Church R6bt Oldham SermonJ H Burnett 9 SanctificationJ D Maddox 10 How can w6 Promote the Inter est of the churches J H BURNETT E W COAKLEY Com J P MILLER Notice For the next five days will pay 11 Jc cash or 12 Jc in trade for eggs Will packageNorthernIrish TaI BEDA Apri15Business is very good Farmers are very busy breaking corn ground and preparing for large crops Mr Bennett traveling salesman for Mackay Nesbit Evansville was here last week on business Dr and Mrs J R Pirtle Prof and Mrs Thomas Morton Hartford spent Sunday afternoon with Dr and JD Stewart Several from here attended ser vices at NocreekSunday- James was in our town OUUU r afternoon the guest of relativesRev C Moorman will preach at the ME church Sunday- S R Bennett went to Hartford SaturdayrrMr Rowan Greer spent Sunday with Mrs Greers mother Mrs BettieIer I The Sunday school iSj progressing t t ce ti A Special Offer To Men i Three Days Only ToDay Sat J urday and Monday I A Whole Mens Outfit for Only 750 Made up of 675 Suit of Clothes 175 Pair Fine Shoes I e 150 HatI50c Dress Shirt 65c Suit of Spring Under Veer 15c Pair of Fancy Sox 25c Neck Tie 10c Linen or Celluloid Collar lOc Handkerchief 9 I 25c Pair of Suspenders t 1 Real price 1200 For only 75OIAll New Spring Goods I Remember the place where you can be dressed top to bottom for only 750 IYoJ 7 Sam Bach I Hartford Ky t nicely at the M E church Marvin Parks went to Hartford WednesdayPlummer Bennett and wife Hart ford visited near here Saturday and Sunday school was organized at the I Alexander school house Sunday even I ing with Mrs Laura McKinney as SuperintendentMiss is visiting rela tives at Buford J Fencing I Page Woven Wire Fence Coil I Steel Wire Cheaper than wood Will last a life time Posts from thirty to sixty feet a part Quickly put up and easily moved For any style or prices apply to F W Pirtle i Son Hartford Ky 3St4 t LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK Lswrencelfilled Smallhous Baptist church Saturday an Sunday Those who attended church out of the neighborhood were SW Bilbro Matanzas Miss Finis Cox daughter of Rev Cox Central CityMrs Clellon Withrow of Muh lenburg county Mr and Mrs H P BEST FOR THE- BOWELS It ton btrent a rttvlur healthy movement of the yourbowelvloleut physio or pill potion It aitictro The kHplDtIICANDY LYE II EAT i EM LIKE CANDY Pluttnt r Uubl Potent T to Good Da good Never slcteneaten or QrIra11025 and M Cent box Writ totlnt sample and look- ietonnalth Address UJ Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN t Addington Kirtley Ernest Bell Matanzas Mr and Mrs Bob Bennett and son Arnold Beda were the guests of Mr Alva Calloway and family from Monday until Wednesday Tommie Bennett was also the of tyr Callowayand family recenUy Misses Ada Addington and Ethel Hunter spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs P 1Wood Ceralvo LittleHenry Withrow son of Mrs 1 Lula Withrow has the misfortune of getting his leg broken last Tuesday r Mrs Linda Calloway and Mrs1C1 Hill who have been quite sick attendedchurch today A combination Sunday school was organized at Sfhallhous Baptist church today to meet every Sunday at 3 oclock p m using the Baptist literature and next year to be held at Equality using the Methodist literature Rev Lawrence made the announcement at Smallhous church today 1 That on May 28th the fourth Sunday in May at 10 oclock the Masons would meet at Equality church to hold a post burial service at the grave of Wm Fulkersin and fill the grave Mr and Mrs J C Bennett went to Hartford Friday John Withrow who has been quite ill is thought to be much better at this time Miss Arah Withrow is still quite ill Miss Oma Maddox who has been staying at Rockport for sometime past in a store has returned to her home neat here Bob Fulkerson and wife went to Central City Friday and ret rncd Saturday They wire the guests of tveir daughter Mrs T L Withrow 1 loo eMN Rt 7 JrrtlKfF r a rI 0r- rI I 1- t I c rFORGOT HIS OWN NAME Storks That Are Told of Absentminded Josiah Quincy i The absentmindcdness of distin puishcd men however much it may r of to themuv a DUIII U annoyance selves serves to furnish the public r with entertainment Many venera t r ble nqecdotcs still in circulation I plain and with variations are baser i on this weakness of men of genius i The oft told story of the man win V t forgets his own name is one of them It is told of many famous person f and doubtless of more than one IIages with truth Josiah Quincy of Harvard college is one acceptti who ho was a I person who requested him to leavt his name for another on whom hi I had called until still another person passing by paused to speak and addressed him as President Quincy I The very name I was trying to remember exclaimed the absent i 1minded president with vast relief h I A little known and far more in f teresting if less amusing story of his forgetfulness was recently relat ed by one who in turn had had it from his father present as a boy when the incident occurred Mr Quinc on a notable occasiAn was meetingII ered the first part and began the sec ond At that time gentlemen he I said and stopped He paused re peated At that time gentlemen and stopped again A third time he repeated the phrase But what should have followed had gone completely from his mind and could not recalled and he took his scat in confusion and distress It was more than an awkward situation for the chairman of the meeting Harrison Gray Otis and for the great silent audiencoit- was a painful one But Mr Otis rising and stepping forward announced quietly that if the eloquent speaker required time to collect his before proceeding there was no doubt that all would willingly wait for him if it were till mid But should he proceed no tnight he added What he has been so clear so cogent and 6 csoconvincing that he may rest as t sured he bis already satisfied evcrII man present except himself Youths Companion t That Explained It r A Methodist congregation who the departure of a minis pliedforman appointed to succeed him The pastor gravely answered isthem4thHeis a good man and an able butthere I dont sup ii I ought to say anything and I tthink on reflection that I wont- i i course this inflamed every curiosity and they insisted 1botlys explaining disclaiming any intention to the new man he informed them that the coming minister part itcdhis hair in the middle The con but dewere indignant ncided to suspend final judgment un had seen the new manrlhe next Sunday when he walked com posedlv up tho aisle every eye was 1f upon him and as he faced the peo was a broad smile on every face in the chapel He was bald I i Iondon TitBits yJuvenile Logic r Threevcn rold Uobert Was given I medicinefHe teased for more but his aunt said If I gave it to you it would make you sick What do you take it for then asked tho logical Robert I take it to make me well an mintyRobert argument by say f ing Ill tell you what you can do r auntie Sposo you give me half the bottle to make me sick and the oth er half to make me wellWash ington Star ALL OVER THE HOUSE Disinfecting the Home After a Case of Contagious Disease rIncase a member of the family has been suffering from sumac infec 0 tious or contagious disease the first step hi house cleaning is the dL infecting of the apartment occupied by the invalid and now that grip niamiythorouglti ferers from this disease and disin fect the room Any tubercular trou ble or serious throat alllictions such I E 0I1S diphthcriticsore throat severe are worth this pre stepJin disinfecting is to burn u preparation of sulphur in each room with every door and win 4 dow tightly closed and the tiniest of cpcrturcs elufTed with papcrso H M that the room is perfectly air tigh The 111a be loose andIaii on redliofcoals In an iron kettle set in the center of the floor or it can be bought in the form of can dies When it lint burned not lesi than twelve hours the thrown open to the air and thenI twentyfour hours later walls ant woodwork are washed with warn water to which any high grade fluid disinfectant has been added Homemade White Soap Fresh slacked lime sal soda not tallow each two pounds Dissolvi the soda in one gallon of boiling soft water and mix in thejlime stir ring occasionally for u few hours after which let it settle Pour oil the clear liquor and boil the tallow in it until dissolved Cool in a fill box or pan and cut into bars 01 cakes You can perfume it before it gets hard with sassafras rose bergamot or lavender oil Whent making soap with any form lime must be added to make it causI tic which removes the carbonic acid and leaves the rest of the soda free i- to act on the grease Ollinp the FloorIFor oiling the floors of houses that have not good boards one small can of cherry red paint mixed with two quarts of boiled linseed oil and applied with a cloth will be found excellentA way for good floors isI to heat to the boiling point common boiled linseed oil ana while still hot go over the floorusing an old paint brush and keeping the oil constantly hot Even should the floor be rough and inclined to sliver this will be found n great improvement For Sore Throat Those subject to sore throat will find the following preparation sim pIe cheap and when us in time early stage Pour a pint of boiling water on thirty leaves of the common sage and letc the infusion stand for nn hour Add vinegar sufficient to make it pleasantly acid and honey to taste The mixture should be used as a gargle twice a day There is no danger if some of it is swallowed A Homemade Dentifrice A mouth wash to keep the gums healthy and firm is made as lake two teaspoonfuls of tinctureJ Sriritsofwater in whichhave been dissolved two ounces of borax Put a wine glassful of this mixture into a tum bler fill it with water and use it when cleaning the teeth To Induce Sleep When overtired and restless bathe the neck and temples with hot wa ter Bathe the back of the neck particularly This seems to relax the musclet and the veins that eup the brain with blood A headache will often be relieved even cured by hot applications to the back of the neck Cooling Drink For the Sick To assuage thirst and fe verishness apple tea is a capital drink for people It is made by slicing raw apples into a jug filling up the jug boiling water as in tea making then sweetening to taste When colds this apple tea will be found pleasingly tart and refreshing Removing Old Paint When old paint is to be removed a prelrationler two pounds of sill soda half a pound of lime and one gallon of hot water Apply while still warm to the old paint The mixture will loosen the paint so you can easily remove it To Test Mushrooms When cooking mushrooms tryor fresh drop in a silver piece twen tyfive or fiftycent pieceno dif ference as long as it is pure silver If it turns black they are poisonous if the silver is bright they are good To Remove Warts To remove a wart dampen it and rub with a piece of common soda Do this three or four times a day for 9 month and the wart will drop off leaving no mark on the skin Helptul Deeds A great many of us have the bought and desire to do some large things at some time in our lives for he benefit of humanity and vating for the power and oppor unity which too often never comes our way How very much better it would be for ourselves and others if we would only do the little com non everyday kindnesses which we neglect because we think them too rivial to bother about and would take up time which we might spend more pleasantly in seeking of our own pleasure What a mistake It is the little things that counts big in the end Scatter the sunshine in ittlebits every day by bright smiles kind words and helpful deeds and 1I I your reward will come in large measure in that good feeling inside which is the reflection df sunshir scattered in this life and better still will be the well done which will await you in the dawning lof that which is to comer Canned White Man Burton Holmes the lecturer say that the Indians of Alaska regar white men and canned goods as so closely associated that they are neatly synonymous Wherever the white man is seen canned meat fruits and vegetables are found When Mr Holmes visited Alask recently he carried with him a phonograph and it was exhabited tan old chief who never had seen a talking machine before When the machine was started and the sound human voice came from the trumpet the Indians was very much interested He listened gravely for a time then approached and peered to the trumpet When the ma chine finish its cylinder and stopped the Indian pointed at it and remarked Huh Him canned white man i To the West and Southwest Cal ifornia Etc Best reached via Missouri Pacifi or Iron Mountain Route fron St Louis Cairo orMemphis Greatly reduced oneway Colonist rates on Feb 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other western States Great opportunity for the investor or homeseek er Homeseeker round trip ticket on sale every first and third Tues days of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now in effect winter resorts of the West ant Southwest Liberal limits and stopover privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missouri pacific Ry 01 Iron Mountain Route also personal ly conducted Tourist sleepers Tuesday Thursdays and Saturday t California without change Descriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Mat thews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky tf Use Low Perches Fowls often injure tneir breastbones flying down from high perches and coming thump on the floor and growing chickens if allowed to perch while quite young often in dent their breasts for their bone are yet soft This iSeasily avoided by not letting them perch more than three feet or four feet high and in the case of the chickens not letting them perch a tall untill three months old Make the breath as sweet as a rqs by curing Indigestion and Sour Stomach with Kodol Cure A pleasant palatable reconstructive tissue building digestant E L Babcock Amberst Minn says have taken a great many remEdies for indigestion but have found noth ing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat cures indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Great care is uses in the preparation of Kodol the greatest that has ever been discovered Sole by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m From Oklahoma and Indian Territory Putting in potatoes melons can taloupes and a great many will raise more corn and hogs to eat the corn More corn oats wheat broom corn and other products will be planted this year- Farmers are disgusted with the prices of cotton and want to get into the potato crop corn and hogs Diversified farming is the order of the day All the good bottom land is be ing prepared for potatoes The 30 per cent reduced cotton acreage will be planted in oats and come Forget About Your Stomach If your digestion is bad the vital organs of your body are not fed and nourished as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion and all stomach trouble You forgetyou have astonv tch from the very day you begin tak ing it This is because it gets a rest recuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthy that it troubles you no more Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Ero m lyne I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr1KingsNew I ForCuttmlaasdSle8sl0 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Dottlti free cuv13 TOnxABears theitsKind Yea Haw AlwarJltaM 8Jpatue 111 ofFIRST BOTTLE FREE In order to provo absolutely that Jr CirlJtedti German Uvc 3 awior vlll euro you or all ipaledias per Malng W vUo Llvca low i Jnoy such as Constipation Dyspegsla Indi i gestion Biliousness and Sick Headaches Diarrhoea and Dysentery of a bilious type Rheumatism Lad Impure Blood we glvo you a 25c Bottle absolutely free to try and be convinced No nick one can neglect such an offer Lad be fair to themselves The very act of tho otter must convince you that Dr Carlttedls German Liver Pcwder toes vhat Is claimed for it Tho manufacturers surely would not give it away II j here was any doubt as to the results You want those results want to he thejWAAgents for the free dlstribu ion of the IWc bottle of Dr Carlstedtc German Liver Powder i Call at once or you will be too late as the offer is so liberal It cannot last InI leflnitoly Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Has relieved and cured many thousands of hopeless cases and wo wanton to try it If you live at a distance and cannot send or call in person send 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heads J per ream of 500 125 tJ Not eheads per ream of 500 100 ti Statements per learn of 500 100 t 49 Billheads per ream of 500 125 5- J Proscription Blanks per 1000 100 JJ 4 Business Curds V fiting Cards Wedding Invitations J Circulars Dodgers all sizes of Hand Bills in filet bit 49 everything that is printed in a firstclass print tj shop Prices lowest Give us your order Work 49 promptly attended to 4q b THE REPUBLICAN F r r FiF F r Fsir r rr CF F rrF r F r r F F F Yfid z- rro v III IThe Modern topica dove before ah meal will make you eel and well PAso LA has no equal for Indleesrion Dyspep lH I Catxrrh ol the HeAd Thmat Stomach Bowtln Llvt ann Kidneys I La Cirlppe sod general debility MAde by the LlETCHFjKLD PJIAR I MACAL Co Inc For nnle by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky MOST but I our Proposition It voonood DrOttot Sprat Gam FIRST ls have nrror tried herewith We order ou a we oor it This iaoor treogltttoadtoconvinceyouatoahowyou- whet Dr Gum Balsam is can places you under no obligation wliateTtr tick ono can neglect an offer end bn tn Thitterr fact of tbe mnitcontlnco yoatbat Spruce GaraBalMm du 8 as we claim We a bottle glue it I rtlJeoWU doubt or results tA be welt wont you us at oureapensebow yuutheway T Ottos Spruce Is sold In two sizes 25c and 50c HlITwCBARNETf SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAY I IIU IIUICU KY t Will ehlosuit ndloluluwrnuntlrauadtourtullPPnls Hiwlnl nmenl tMrcnro ulkrtluusnudlhelrerllcnollrlnrt- eal nod llnil nslsls IItw Kwrlaltlri Ofln llrunLirAX llullJln ItVI FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law 1 IIAKTMIHU UY Will pmcHm M prnlrsslue In Clhlu and ad lulnlnurnunlv nsd In the Court nf ti ttah Criminal irnrlln a nil idlrrtlnnnl slrlnh7 Ifflroln the HrrnM DuIIAIngf 1 CHAS CROWEI LAWYELRHA- HTPOltl KY e- rIVIII prank IoIimfolnti In all the roiirti i tlOhlnnml nllpdstnlrlmntIM snI In the Cuer Jt lppiiht nl eelalalteopoui en tr criminal pnirilminil In nillr i1oii Imre rornrr Jar eptn lt JNO B WILSON- AltOINFY AT LAW HARTFORD KY HlxvtriliitiriilkMi airs In 1111 + I blr rtp Afn o Xotnrr fable far eblurseA t7 Uetrebnrthdepehllqunr + R R WEDDING Attorney tit LuwtI HARTFORD KY WIII Iiritrtbhitti NUtr aa1 IVdrriil Court rnxvralntrlnlMfiir lrn li n Kir Cilhrllonii protnillr tlil in ton Notnrjr Ibll for Otto ruetty UMeoraOhio via ty Hunk MIti1RAY1lCI tVOOUW- AKIHEAVRINWOODWARLX 0 Uou Oa at SLi IIAsTrosn I v- I rillnrsrtleethlr prmlque In all thlotJo-r IIhlIr sadbert IAiWBU Hp rut tttluatveerrlmlnslprarlke an rclfcr I Moon um nest dr to Hunk at Ifurllord W H BARNES- i Attorney at LawI ABU COUNTY H4MTrnm KT k I Will pr bb U all tbe Cootfn lI Ohio aoadfohtIReoutleand loth Conr- tAipnl Mtrlct striation tub tUD to- bestsearrttat d tn hi Collrrtlon 1 Ity Offlr lnnxrrtknaM YANCYLMOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky Will practlrcbU prolwilon laallU loU of Ohio sad ailjolnlnir rooatlM pail la I W Court ol AapptaU Abu Notary Iobllr Offlw offr Klnt StloaalllIEI BO YEARS EXPERIENCE I C TRADE 1ARRty 1 COPYRIGHTS AOIIe sending a sketch and deertItMnour opinion an eeltklfacertala IIIfll1 cmalU- uUldloG4nttaL 01 r rMlalneftuwilhotchansInhtieCoTrtcvlTt Scientific American Ahndiom lrl1h trat weekly rarnet dr tnlallon of any ncltntlOc JournaL Terms W a ikI tt rROCUAEDArDDUENDfDIItII purl i KTM lulrice to pktmu trade mark J e pr4eLM IN ALL COUNTRIES Hialma Jirrtt nltt i taut tlmt 1 many tndeftin Iktfaltut- Patint tad Infrlopmtnl Practlci Excluilrilr Wrll4lerromotuUlaf State fttaat Oasa D C 1 j Get the Best First Bottle FreefIn order toprove absoluWly that we can curd you of alt maladies pertaining to Coughs Colds and all Throat ofid druggistDR OTTOS SPRUCE GUM BALSAM a strictly scientific compound virtue HADE FROM THE Tho STUBBOim COUGHS not only immediately yield to this remedy are speedily I and permanent red FrReEee BOTTLE le and It- pleasoeeuduathecoupon will tben8tndooa ells druml- touel8f for Ottoa fair hlmielf offer Or Oltoa would tar away Youwaottboetqealtoyouwant ltDr Gum Balsam InnlnelltheroerUs M at- elsadenlertrMtThnnuaroroer KKNKMT ATTIIIISIII iclln nirmlnn tar Ac mq alatap how obtain WdM For COUPONViUo U Urdlieuels 1 bao DOTer tried DrOttnSeeGumnsLamtrotii oawlNsnp1ym0 a f5o friends ruommond IUc tuir 5 tRc I OIvo roll Add rewratePlnin2 J For Sale by Je H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky e o t Laeu4k 4p r y t I offtr rffA III I ikr f IllI 9 tt FORGOT HIS OWN NAME r Stories That Are Told of Absentminded Josiah Quincy I The absentmindcdness of distin guished men however much it may theml selves serves to furnish c i with entertainment Many vdnera t blc nqccdotcs still in circulation f plain and with variations are based on this weakness of men of genius whr0 forgets his own name is one of the fnmouspersont c t of them of Harvard college is one iofthe number Of him the accept ed form is that ho could not recal- who ho was for tho information of person who requested him to leave 110Idressed him as President Quincy I The very name I was trying to remember exclaimed the absent I minded president with vast relief inIf I his forgetfulness was recently relat ed by one who in turn had had it from his father present as a boy when the incident occurred t Quincy on a notable occasion wa meetingJ I ered the first part and began the second At that time gentlemen he said and stopped lIe paused repeated At that time gentlemen and stopped again A third time ho repeated tho phrase But wha should have followed had gone completely from his mind and could not be recalled and he took his scat in confusion and distress It was more than an awkwar- situation for the chairman of the meeting Harrison Gray Otis an for the great silent audieneoi was a painful one But Mr Otis rising and stepping forward an nounced quietly that if the eloquentI speaker required time to s i thoughts before proceeding there t willingJ were hnight But should he proceed not further he added What he has said has been so clear so cogent and so convincing that he may rest as sured he his already satisfied every man present except himself Youths CompanionThat ItIA Methodist regretted the departure ofa minis pliedthel man appointed to succeed him The pastor gravely answered themHe is a good man and an able preacher butthere I dont suppose I ought to say anything and IIthink on reflection that I wont Of course this inflamed every bodys curiosity and they insisted on his explaining l After disclaiming any intention to l prejudice the new man he informed them that the coming minister part ed his hair in the middle The congregation t were indignant but de b cided to suspend final judgment un til they had seen the new man The next Sunday when he walked com posedly up tho aisle every eye was upon him and as he faced the peo everyfoceLondon TitBits Juvenile Logic Three vear old Hobert was given a tiny pill of homeopathic medicine by his mutt and liked it very much lie tensed for more but his aunt said If I gave it to you it would make vou sick Wimt do you take it for then asked the logical Robert e i take it to make me wellnn t swered his mint saying111auntie Spo e you give me half the bottle to make me sick and the oth er half to make me well1Vnsh ington StarrALL OVER THE HOUSE a Disinfecting the Home After a Case of Contagious Disease t familyhastious or contagious disease the first step hi house cleaning is the disin feeling of the apartment occupied I gripImest lOrough housewives quarantine suf ifferns from this disease and disin S feet the room Any tubercular trou ble or serious throat afflictions such i I as diphtheritic Tore throat severe are worth this pre cautionary atepnThe first step in disinfecting is to r burn a preparation of sulphur in It each room with every door and win in dow tightly closed and the tiniest of apertures EiufTed with paper so that the roomis perfectly airtight Time ma be loose and lah1 on redholcoals in an Trait kettle set in the center of the floor or it can be bought in the form of can dies When it has burned not less than twelve hours the room is thrown open to the air and then twentyfour hours later walls and woodwork are washed with warm water to which may high grade fluid disinfectant has been added SoapmFresh slacked lime sal soda nnd tallow ends two pounds Dissolve the soda in one gallon of boiling soft water and mix in theliine stir ring occasionally for u few hours 1after which let it settle Pour off 1tho clear liquor and boil the tallow in it until dissolved Cool in u flit box or pan and cut into bars or befogn it gets hard rose bergamot or lavender oil When making soap with any form of soda lime must be added to make it caus tic which removes the carbonic acid and leaves the rest of the soda free to oct on the grease Oiling the Floor For oiling the floors of houses that have not good boards one small withsappliedwith n cloth will be found excellent A simpler way for good floors is to heat to the boilinc point common boiled linseed oil nnu while still hot go over the floor using an old paintbrush and keeping the oil constant ly hot Even should the floor be and inclined to sliver this twill be found a great improvement For Sore Throat Those subject to sore throat willI simd when used in the early stage Pour thirtytthe infusion stand for an hour AddI vinegar sufficient to make it pleasantly acid and honey to taste ThoI mixture should be used as a gargle twice a day There js no danger- if Some of it is swallowed A Homemade DOfItlfrlcIA mouth wash to keep the gums healthy and firm is made as follows Take two teaspoonfuls of tincture of myrrh pne teaspoonful of spirits ofcamphor and two pints of hot water in which have been dissolved two ounces of borax Put a wine glassful of this mixture into a tumbler fill it with water and use it when cleaning the teeth To Induce SIp When overtired and restless bathe the neck and temples with hot waIter Bathe the back of the particularly This seems to relax the musclet and the veins that sup the brain with blood A headache will often be relieved event cured by hot applications to the back of the neck Cooling Drink For the Sick To assuage thirst and appease fe capitaldrinky slicing row apples into a jug filling up the jug boilingwater as in tea making then sweetening to taste When cold this apple tea will be found pleasingly tart andre fresh mg Removing Old Paint When old paint is to be removed preluration two pounds of sal soda half a pougdpof lime and one gallon of hot Apply while still warm to the old paint The mixture will loosen the paint so you can easily remove itITo Test Mushrooms When cooking mushrooms dty or tIyfiveTerenco as long as it is pure silver poisonousif To Remove Warts To remove a wart dampen it nndy tDomonth and the wart will drop olfaleaving no mark on the skin Helptul Deeds- A great many of us have the largetilingsthe benefit of humanity and are wating for the power and oppor tunity which too often never comes 0itwe would do the little comn mon everyday kindnesses which we neglect because we think them too trivial to bother about and would take up time which we might spend pleasantly in seeking of our own pleasure What a mistake is the little things that counts big the end Scatter the sunshine in little bits every day by bright smiles kind words and helpful deeds and II your reward will come in large measure in that good feeling insi which is the reflection df sunsli scattered in this life and better still will be the well done which will await you in the dawning 1of th life which is to come Canned White Man Burton Holmes the lecturer say that the Indians of Alaska regard white men and canned goods as so closely associated that they are near ly synonymous Wherever the white man is seen canned meats fruits and vegetables are found When Mr Holmes visited Alaska recently he carried with him a phonograph and it was exhabited tan old chief who never had seen a talking machine before When the machine was started and the sound of human voice came from the trumpet the Indians was very much interested He listened gravely for a time then approached and peered in to the trumpet When the m chine finish its cylinder and stopped the Indian pointed at it and re marked Huh Him canned white man To the West and Southwest California Etc Best reached via Missouri Pacific Ry or Iron Mountain Route fro St Louis Cairo orMemphis Great ly reduced oneway Colonist rates on Feb 21 March 21 1905 to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in other western States Great opportunity for the investor or homeseek er Homeseeker round trip ticket on sale every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 days Lands are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and sto over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missouri pacific Ry or Iron MountAin Route also personally conductedTourist sleepers Tuesday Thursdays and Saturday to California without change Descriptive literature map folders etc furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Matthews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville 2tfUse Low Perches Fowls often injure tneir breast bones flying down from high perches and coming thump on the floor and growing chickens if allowed to perch while quite young often in dent their breasts for their bones are yet soft This is easily avoided by not letting them perch more than three feet or four feet high and in the case of the chickens not letting them perch a tall untill three months old Make the breath as sweet as a njse by curing Indigestion and Sour Stomach with Kodol Cure A pleasant palatable reconstructive tissue building digestant E L Babcock Amberst Minn says J have taken a great many remedies for indigestion but have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat cures indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Great care is uses in the reparation of Kodolthe greatest that has ever been discovered Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Oklahoma and Indian Ter ritory Putting in potatoes melons cantaloupes and a great many will raise corn and hogs to eat the corn More corn oats wheat broom- corn and other products will beplant- ed this year- Farmers are disgusted with the of cotton and want to get into potato crop corn and hogs Diversified farming is the order the day All the good bottom land is being prepared for potatoes The 30 per cent reduced cotton g acreage will be planted in oats and corn I Forget About Your Stomach If your digestion is bad the vital of your body are not fed and as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion and all stomach trouble You forget you have a stomach from the very day you begin tak ing it This is because it gets arestbrecuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthy that it troubles you no more Sold by Z Wayne Crifin era m Nothing has ever equalled it neNothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings tNew Discovery I For CUII61ltl sadPrice A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Monty back If It tails Trial Bottl t tree H oAAITCR XA- Befl teelhl Klan Yea HJII Alwrs Bought Slgsttu j FIRST BOTTLE FREE In order to prove absolutely llmt Jr Carlstedts German LhcJ irc=ar till cure von of all ipalcdios pet Lloeyaaas l gestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Sick Headaches Diarrhum and Dysentery of bilious typo Rheumatism and Impure Blood wo give you a 25c Bottle absolutely free to try and be convinced No sick one can neglect such an offer and be fair to themselves The very fact of the offer must convince you that Dr Carlsledls German Liver Powder does manufacm i away I there was any doubt as to the results You want those resultsyou want to be thejwayltributlnl Agents for the free dlstribi tion of the 25c bottle of Dr Carlstedt j German Liver Powder i Callat once or ou will be too late as InidefinitelyDr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Has relieved and cured many thousands of hopeless cases and wo want distancep7o for postage to the American Phar macal Co Kvansvllle Ind who will take pleasure in sending it by mall Do not send children Yours respectfullyJILNIrLity1N tlO Write tor our PlaiUfobtAIned LEER before worth we- oban PATENTS THAT pAY and belp Inventor to wccr Send modtl pholonriketeh and we endIIMMEOIAT PAT INTABILITV 2OfranfracUct Ilfltend Patent come to sa at 605507 7lh St WASHINGTON OC OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing Machine We can offer exceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote iris time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker caIpableof development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE WfieelerWilsonMfgCo i 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CmCAGOI I l Do You Ne- edPrinting E 4 oJj If you do we are ready to take your order jj for need in the line b jjJJJj Letterheads per ream of 500 125 = tCicBillhends per ream of 500 125 i JJJjJJ Circulars Dodgers all sizes of Hand Bills in fact i 49 everything that is printed in a firstclass print jjj J shop Prices lowest Give us your order Work = CJ promptly attended to THE REPUBLICAN I M M6 + M M M I T Q 1 r r B vr 1 Patiola i The MOflorn topica dose before la h mealalil mskr you frrl strong and well PANrOtA has no equal for ImHeestion DyspepxlH I Catarrh ol the Head Thiont Stomach Bowels Uvi ann Kidneys t- I La Grippe sad general debility Made by the LlETCHFlKLD PHAR t- if MACAL Co Inc For nile by J I J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 11 TREE not Our FREES y b uneed aDd DrOtto svrottGata plrato fend ua tba berewlth Wo will then ndjrou in order on our rirutfRUt for a falUlzod bottle hoe and wo will pay your druggist rarest + Bifont TbU U onrfreo made to eontlnee font toibowjroa what Dr Otto Sprue Baliam Ja andwhat cut accept und whAtever dureasweclaim We would Ill flr a boUlo and It away doubt ohelalta You waDt thaersartyon want U e Wont OU lot UI at pur Ol8oto 00 wa Dr Spruce Gum Balsam sold In two sIzes 45cacd ii0c I CM IIAMTT C KHMIT- HBARNETf SMiTH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IIAItllIMCII KY Will illiTllirlrir if i Inaluslltbcourts Ohio andndlafuhaniunllwnadCUSrtof Appnlr- Sprrll uttf Illin til oil litmliinm thrlrcam fiillwllininniiil the rmrtlrviilCrliif Innlnnd Illill l Uti I 4t Piwliilllr OlflnlB IIIUIIIICA II Ilulldlar 4 = dI I FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IIAKTMUtl ItY Will ptHrtlco bM prohelna In Ohio anti lolnlou rounlr itml In tin of AiN l Criminal irartlranit ullnllun u rrlnlf- Olflroln the HrmM ImlMlnK p 1 CHAS M CROWS LAWYER HAKTPOIIII KY nlll prank klifiifv lnii lii all inert IOblnnmlni1Jtlnliiif rcnnllr nnl In IkMVur Aptwnlii X iiil attention trrrlailna pritrtlr nail lit rollrrflitmi Illtlm tar c kf I nnd Ontrr atrestThmnssrntrr uptnlti JNO B WILSON ATfOKNEV AT LAW HARTFORD KY t7 uain nnr h t K p lillriiiiinri r R R WEDDING Attorney at Law + llAirrroKO KY rrdrairnsrlPrwcotw u = 11 L IKAVIUN KIISTHT UOODHAKI HEAVRIN WOODWARD tto tte s c Matz lIvr ii KY VIII thtosrtefHal sttttns Blvm ltnirtlr aid tnlletlon Attorney at LawAKI COUNTY ATTIIIINKV- MiKTroiin KY Will iMctln bM prolrMlun la nil IkrCoaifi11 tibia sod a4jhhgrnsallsad In tb Court Appals strict attrallno vllllw gives to bdasrrsld to bb tan Colltrtlooi ipMl ltr lirtHrrlkniM YANCY MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kenluckv Will practice hl prnlNnlon In nil tai Cost ol Ohio and ttdjololn rouBtli nd U IW Court ol- AiippMU tiau Nntnrr toblle orrr fire xstlonl J BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MAREyDtC- oeyBlainrII1m sAnyone sending a ikilrb and df KrtnOon may ut tentsIuents 1tpttlat notiu wit boat cbtrte la tbe Scientific Jlittcrican A handsoml IllnttntM weekly aUNt cuUtlon of any MKntiaa ernet Tfrmi Olllco OS r BU Wubloiion U 111 DErENnEDlIolldm l uRroDIwll xprrtM rrpurt IradtI16tUcvplr1aotGolN J Jliulntu Jirttt x 114 earn time many nxJffttH Ht ExcladnlrrWritIU Elate strut pp ViHtt UUt Palest OEta iWASHINGTON OC h JrLung i ist pay nbo DR GUM BALSAM-a strictly Bolontiflo of ccullar virtue HADE nON THE RED SPRUCE Tim MOST me only Immediately yto d to this remedy but are speedily and permanently cured STUBBORN of free PropositionFI- RST BOTTLE hose siftGain it It TbenrJfactluralloot tboroweeany wu ahow Otfos Is when IICourt Ik Klttn turner 4aMtrsrtadenln utstyPublleforUbloeuuly t Hmlni omceneatdunttoltaskofllsrilerdw ilmn omce Ilink tit tic hllIIInnUId Dyallneedelt1IUflraac drI HaiUKffioH OTTOS SPRUCE COUPONPor ei it to Tit Amsrtcan 1hlurmapr CrEvaasvll1s lathril1dlleuela lhave 7PuwlBuppltrfesdi- Rho It to ID1 b a loll Andrew Wrlto PInu ntm 1 Tt iForSale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky rw t 1 tf N G n Wb r u m DR FENMER ed Diseases of tho blaJder and neykldDey organj gravel y AND backache CuieDontIelmKpviitnliretlliio curing Juil ucii caw aHjrmirH Alt cOutultallou FEEE Cured of Backache lulls art of Mens League ono oftho known business men Louis Road what Wand say about Dr Fennera Kidney know what lwitli Iwkncho and with fellow nuffefcH varlou and nauseating hrFennerthin ImrkachM would nod procured Ullle woorlngIarkadljl toptturned etrenunad buieeesottane exhausted DrFennerReapectfoliy old by Druggists EOc and Get Cook Book and Treatise on the KidneysFREE M M Fenner M Fredonia N Y HEUMTISMand other ills produced bv diseased kidneys cured ARGON OIL is tho remedy eilect is nmrvelou relieving almost instantly Try it and you are nut satisfied your money vill cheer fully refunded isk you Druggist p5c 50c liGON OILCOur 130 West Main St Louisville Ky DIlQiLMir C EDUCATION V O hiilntly uecesmryto young young woman wlio would win euccees in This being conceded ID first UnporlAUCQ get your training the schools that eland in the if frt 4k rijnk RYANT STRATTON Business college- N Cor Second and Walnut Sta1 Louisville OOKrEEPINC Seven experienced teacliers each one a pp ci- alHORTHAflDil in ills line Write fora hook giving YPEWRITINC tesliinoniala from Kradunte occupying prominent oMtiMM CTuiled SlHteit will IB mailed you FREE School n IlhtjIRr tudenia can enter any Urn E J WIIIGHT PrcHlclcnt UR CLUBBING RATES ur IlKiiiiMCAK clue Louisvillo Homld Irfi IIB RhTUBMCAN null Louisville Daily i1U idrHii uiiucAN and Couricr Journal J11I RBiriiMCAN tuid St Louis Olobolintlrrutil75 Jn RmunucAN and Homo and Farm 125 itT HKffHUcAN and Lijjponcott tail wn pht iK 32- Fit UKii IIMCAN nndTwicoaWoel Owiii binttIullnilPi j7 V 1IlntHU and Daily Ovvitishnni Inquirer arl Rl1lDLicAN and rienrlk MWSUH 175 OUCH RIVc- RFEPH0NE COMPANY I IetulunAll Talk being rhuni unit ltntI- U should pntroni l home I here u can buy your own phollJ- IftJlld your UncI And bt In king tar ce with the whole COIIIII f and uslnep8 points generally h- Iv paylai reasunnhle rent tilt oujh River Telephone Company 01 ieJ Ml be nt the whole expense Ili- on say connect with all In pendent CompaniestFor particu ri call on STStevens Manager ford Ky Tabnles Doctors find tx lOad prescription aappblftt- t Member tho Buslnsss and best in St Mo Mr has to and Backache buro I It b to lo nmict6 I rympathiia After nwailowint frequent Jo mo it ot least not do many o harm 1 a r wnn 1 D can bo its it bo 9W l W N the lilenn or ot to at E Ky beautiliil allover the to ten l at k rill UK tv G Obi IV UK I i own dl to so We RIPANS A nf h r alai G JAHRH In rll its etaea tharo shaJ IHJ clululloeS Elys Cream Balm dealucs stbeeand hei the dOes ed panbar e- Itcirca raiarrhnqWives away a add In taa 1C34 qukky Crcnm Halm Ii tncct Icto till nostrils ipttfuli over tho morautwo aud U absorbed llcl fl lm medUloin1 a coro follows It is not drjrlnjdfws not prodacq snceilnj IargeSIze 0 conn at Vtay cliti or l r mlill Tryst SItclO cents by srtll Elf BHOTllEUS 61 Warrea Street Hew Toe =3 = I GOLDEN RELIEF H LvDiluJirtllooroutJoiuiJ8t 4uiln EVERYBODY I I JMAK THC CLOTMU w 1 A9 S OW- AODAHTFOa 5c fOR SALESY AIL GROCERS The Ascaarbanucal PuDnUlelD4 A LITTLE NONSENSE Request cf a Neighbor Who Had the Borrowing Habit My dear 3Ir Taylor said Mr Perkins as they met on tile strect you and I have lived neighbors fo five years Yes During that time I have kept a parrot a goat a dog and two cats You hove yourwindowsyour Monday washing nod my dog and eats huvu disturbed your sleep o nightsYes that is true Ife have emptied our ashes over into your yard borrowed your hoe and rake broken down your alloy fence and tried in various other ways to be neighborly n 1Ien you have end now my dear sir to show us that you appreciate the situation of affairs nod have no ill feeling in the youJyotknowready to take piano lessons 5l 01 kindly and us n neighbor come down to Greens with me and het me to select a good toned instru ment and guarantee my financial nullity to imy him 10 a month on plnnBrooklyCitizen Those Dear Girls J FMppoa home day my hair will get tni like 4 N oiisciii Didnt the denier war rant it not to fnde Funny Old World IucklyTi1id is n stratum word nothing teems to lo what it ought tobtJ r r I tt Dtuldy Thflti so For initdnco getting up time cornea vlnh gnu eels the least like getting up Fuddystud tinw to o to bed when one feels tho inoiihkq sitting upBoston Transcript Too Prevlou Husband This cake is very good m dear but it seems to mo there ought to boa little more Wife in ulcaricv incisive tones That cake ratite L mail and was made by your mother sayingMicroitXcu 1ork Weekly v The Way It Work Did Grayco marry joung iPoor fcllcr No the engagement ia ofT Whyj she wore shed sacrifice most everything to marry him Yes but die ehanfci ler maid i when site found sbel llnvQr flee mw t 1 r l1liJ1iIAouiii1e CcmriprJoiirnal t Yea Indeed Cn you ma hle aiiyhiftg raord mortifying than to think of tho clev or retort yii niight hnco madc Well iI n heap more mortify lug to think of the allowed clever 7 r I READ THIS Bowline Green Ky June721401 IDr E W Hall St Louts Mo SrI have used Foot Texns Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney nnd bladder troubles nnd em cheerfully raconiniend it to all aufferinR from homey and bladder trouble RespectfullyJ A TEXAS WONDER Ono small bottle of Texa Vender Halls Great Diseoyery curcdall kid noy and bladder toublcs removes gravelcttrei diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame basks rheuma iism nnd all irregularities of the kid noys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If hot sold by your druggist will b6 sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment arid sel don falls to cure any of the above druggistsrilE PO box 629 office 293l Olive Street St Louis Mo retort that you might better have I left unsaidPhiladelphia ledger fReason Enough Yisitor to prisoner Why are you her- oPrisonerI hnd six wives maam- r Visitor Xo wonder you look sad PrisonerYesmj me times up next u kand Ive got to go back to ono of emPuck No Time You hove quit complaining about the of meat find to quit answered the in dlistrious citizen I am kept so busy hustling for the price that I no cClmplainWashington In Self Defence Dobler What makes you wear such loud trousers when you go to call on Miss Fortissimo GaplerShe addicted to tho pi tn i habit Detroit Tribune At Parting HE Ill KO away and win renortn And when my worth fa known And I nm rich I will return 1To claim you IIH my own enE getpJilt tree and Ill bo wnlllng hut 1Please dont bo very long Chicago RccordHuraM= I I A DYNAMITE EPISODE Early in the sixties n foreign in ventor offered the secrctof a hew explosive that ho had discovered to the British government lie asked for it nn iu i somenitlcantJlriCC thing under he had been kept waiting thrc months and had made repented applications for n decision he viw informed that his offer was declined with thanks as neither the war olliee nor the board of trade saw anything in his inven tion The foreigner was a Swede by- nome Alfred Nobel His imcntion- wu dynamite My friend has only too loodnll 1 to remember the inch dent fox Nobel hind offered him a hnlf share in the profits if he would finance him to the extent of 500 kroner Unfortunately for him my friend was young and still ehemished- illusiohs in nuiird to the wisdom of govgrjjiiiNt and their officials anti uRMJob ynencatrlta that when he learried tu views of the British exp t lie nko declined thin eEer implurnith1pairs Lbndiii Truth The Criiili Dthing Fallacy One of t jo enrliosi iuiptcsgiana of an AnwricHji in U that Eng lUhmen rcglrilI1Wth aen luxury Wand not iu a ilnfttter of courao + a luxury to be At the hotql lie has 1IKlbil li ho mn= t pay J shil lings for Uu4I1Hn bath And his con clusion is Uinfrtlie KngliJiiruin in spite of his traditional tub is not n man lla cannot afford td be pjunnin n London lintel warm llntha n Thai is the Anllrirnl1ll1verl1l Tour ship ling Hi hn3 nwife undn sou mid dauphtfr Sixteen shilliii 1alayHor mn out the evpsnse you will lied that this man mud n nliftut 0e year to keep hinisclt and hi Tninily clean Ameri can visitor lies figured out that at least twelve on bath ore mode ovi yflJriy Nine huiidrctl a year profit from n bahrootrythnt certainly tUilviipt co 111 llttildinglmnou Chronicle American Cepltal Saved England 1 Statbs1n1tId1 in f Oraphii rhSt Lion pas never- Vet bfn nRcnpr examined Sev lnj1illfJ been brought into our foray daunt the last forty yours by Auorjfcan heiresses nudart enornioui uniliRa been received In csijiisnye forillitVl paintins en graving furniture works of qhjgvc pliifoinnd books Moreover Amlric has been in vcsrcd in flits country mostly through the jpt1fcntion of titled Englishmen H course have npftled by the transnc then h bnbly 100000000 1ms come to tho fcst end through these various j ineactione Vould the west endtavebeen liul that sum nutbllecnpmcurablc re+ I T j lcy Cold in Tibt One oTtfeut with Colonel Younclib anj ro Lasso wrote of thai hr1 hip ferjeountercd us fal Ions l L ittfrtho protection or at mp t arctic ono un til the sun rises tho eastern hill at 10 oelockaDlhluversngam when it sinks behind the oppoiitc ono at 3 Icy winds sweep the volley and hurricanes of n ado ones tent Against cold one clothes oneself in vostlandshirt sweater flannel lined coat teen or Kash Gilgitbootsflaps mecting iindcr the chin The general effect is barbaric and pictur esque o y CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS GoodUsee STRONG Againis 5tovallof Tilton Ga said after talcing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds ofotherweak women being restored perfect health by this rem edy YOU may well you will tales ItIndllrestloncaus nearly the sick ness that women have deprives the system nourish ment and tho delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate the whole SOme food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health ahd strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risingsbelchingheartbum and stomach disorders Digests What You Eqt Dells hotel held 254 lla t st mock a tk trUl or IS cent dn are to be if all It of all of all a rrtptna oatory at t LabI Sinn fir 7 HAYKK tutu rs c TIlE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner c To Consumptives The undersigned haying been ra stored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with a severe lung nffection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anxp ious to mal o knownto his fellow sufferers the rifeaoa of cure To those who desire it he wiWcherfully tieprescriptionfind n sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies Ho hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as jt is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing tend may prowl a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York32ry Feared Another One Chi s llnineJ The nrk had rested for weeks on the summit of Mount Ararat undI Ham was becoming impatient coopciito his father The ground is dry eveywhere In r ght VI knor it ruy son1 replied Ndsih but I want to be on the safe side The Ohio River is likely to break out aliJI ar any moment Anxiously amingjthe horizon to the westward Ire ftivo orders that the animaib should be iut on half ra liens thence forwiTrd seep Diamond Mines PrO UM Henry Micr in lectur ing tQa London audience recently said that there was no knowledge of the depth to which South Af rican diamond mines could bo worked Time deeper tliogo the richer they become Work can bs carri l on now to n depth of 2500 feet It u thought that it might bo cEtin ucd t a dapll of 5000 or cvcn 10 000 foot if Uib Icngircoring dlfiioui ticfe could bo ovcrcoive riotskla Ear Mute Jopfincpo qpldiow nlnni the Smjj kljo river unc 11thcir ty in time utilization o fan ovarmppy j of ruts Jhe rodents became a pest and the foldiorj sot to work to dee tlroy them Tjiougli destroyed tho- r is were liot wasted Tim soldiers mred the ratskins and used them tir car imps with tho tails tied bc laath tho wearers chins lAyersPillsr wantyour moustache or beard abautiflbrownoi richblack Use t I cumberlan1I TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my rebldence and place bl business My business has increased and my wires voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition 11IH P8TE Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance Ohio County Circuit Court TF Dlrkbead Judge Ben D IlIngoAttorney T n Block Jailer Ed Q Barrnu Clerk Frank L Felix blaster Com mtMlontr V I Motelcjr Trustee JoryFuodiCa T Keown SherlB Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Known Clarence Known Jo II Roberta Sam Known 49 CoortronroneifiratiIon day In Marcu end Aoput and continue three wveksand third Monday In May and Noremlier two weeks County Conrt J P Ulller Judge US Rag and Clerk AN H Barnes Attorney Hartford Si Court convene Opt Monday In each month MondayInCourt of Claims Convene lint Monday In Jai uary Tuesday after second Monday Ip October Other Offlcen J II Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frauk Lowe Assessor 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J1 ll r nedpaetarScboolTrustcedllertfordJaCMlllerJ r j tUlenu S T Stevens P M Hocker JUt BVCar son Jon C ItUeyaCity Coqarll Hownn IoIbrookilnjrorH A Aaderson Clerk lr 141 WeddlngW S Tins er A C Taylor M L UellTrID T J Morton Councilman k i CeretC clUA O U W meets lint and third Friday nights In each month ilartfoiij Indite No 676 F A AMaonsfinl Mondujr night lu efteh mont- hItaruurdrentxotrllnlgbtaoftheIncea brtii every Thursday night v Rough ItlvvrlodRrNollO Knights of Pythli meetnevrry Tuesday night Preston Morton root o1 OvA B hold reg blat meetings Saturday belon lira Sunday In eaVb I J monthThousands i of Acres EorSalef J at reasonable prices L Rich A rISza aESf5B 4tand I alonlo lino cf the roJ CI Jlib RJ i II MaJ 1ft fL r Jrff t In Southern Ifeouri rouf Northern Arkansas I most direct Use vt- aSTLQlllrteel l fills Through Pullman slcuvin andIrea reclining chair cars Iomcaoi Kers Excursions first and tilted Tuesdays of each month literature maps pamphlets folders tic en application n C TQlyrmPRT O CaIPwruditL Tsnlla Pxu + lgatMNc LtULS IAnsntuAr tdt3TOI ABean t eihtRind YM lion thrall Cough 8gAare I 1IsBUCKINGHAMS DYE mt en wioooan oa L rIWIoA ecu tuuoi a t it n A 1 DR C N idney I BackacheAlso can rent irn TDe E rent a t thokldDey urinary organs hearcdisel18e backache troublesitirel IVeneerloCured of Backache Member of tho Mens League ono best known business Louis Mo what Mr Wand has to say about Dr Fcnnerfl buro t know what it in to lo iwllli backache and i will Ww After various nod frwiicnt this and that 1 dicided that if Dr Kidney and lliifkncho Cure not no of thfto UrkacliM at least would not me nay and I iiroeunxl a little wearingharkarkes toptreturned lattintmi affairs cxhatuted tue hut a drwo or two of Dr fore gays rrikh nea by Druggists 50c and 1 Get and Treatise on the Kidneys FREE M M LI D Fredonia N Y HEUMITISMiii- ul ills produced bv diseased kidneys can bo I retired ARGON OIL is the remedy iU ellect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and you tuft satisfied your money ill bo cheer fully refunded you Druggist 25c 50c liGON OILCOs I I 130 West Main St Louisville Ky P BI1QIMCQQ EDUCATIONl biulutely to the an or young woman silo would win IUCCCM in lile This being conceded Is of Grit importance to your tniiniog at schools that edyul the V lr 4k RYANT STRATTON Business college- N E Cor and Sts Louisville Ky OOKKEEPINC Seven experienced teachers each fine a HORTHAND let in ills VritoforHbeuutitul hook YPEWR1TING testimonlnln troni nralUBlM occupying prominent 9itin mt over the United Statesit be mailed to you FKEE School Ii I Ihd year can enter at any tim E J WIIIGHT PrcHlclcrtfc u UR CLUBBING RATES ur IlKiiiiMCAS steel 1oni villa Homlcl125UK RKIUMLICAX and Louisville Daily Iltraldy o- HKllKiUiiMCAN anil CourierJournal jlIIP KiiHnwcAN and St GlobolVuniomU II UKianucu mid Homo and hornljo- HI HiiiinuavN otts utui Vciinuplitaiii niuITwiconWcflOwiusUiiMliMUiivi 1151 ti llfiiiiiirAN Owinslmro nqmror 70 1lSyn = u r OUGH RIVcR j COMPANYpIH Talk hflnt chenltend urrreisty ou pltroni1 hums here buy your own phou I- nc1t1lld your own lines And be In liking distaice with the whole cotta y and buslreup points generally hj reaswnahle tu theny paying River Telephonu Company M iieyvll be nt the whole expenw II with all Inou say so We connect ependent Companies For partlcu can on S T Stevetis Manager artford Ky RIPANS Doctofafind X A Rood prescription For mankind packet l egoigtklor BidMocciulon e tamtly bottle 1110 natal npplj r year All draggtauiell them 1k and oftho men in St Road and nimcte sufferers doses of rnners could rid it do harm when nirenunnj iiajriral force 1 Kcunrrn Instant old Cook Book it not v young get the in TiMik line will Ian ns should folksy ouih Etlasa GirrARRH IIn dl lie etaee theta bo 4 i Creant Balnt- Neaaaesunltcesnd hf+ s I the dl Ml n mlrliie Jlcnreutllrhatlsvcs i sway a told In tits Iwl nUld rhSumatism Buslnsss Kidney Backache fyrnpathiiB wallowing nauseating preseription rftfully Fonner other sk uecinry Socond Walnut tpecinl giving ijudc Louis duuiUlCIS I I IPre1onrmediate anh cute lIot pralaw snec tln2 large Site ad corny at Brut ItIHf l r mill i Trial Site 10 cants by Mil I ELY BHOTllEUS GJ Wwreu Street New Vorji ===pFENNERSGOLDEN RELIEF SiDn C 10 5 mlimt u nhp EVERYBODY MAKM TM CtOTHM AQUART wtitTAaHOlfIFOR SALE By The Amrltu Pharmatat Cl vM A LITTLE NONSENSE Request cf a Neighbor Who Had the Borrowing Habit My dear Mr Taylor said Mr Perkins ns they met on the street you rain I have lived neighbors for five yearsYes During that tune I have kept a parrot u goat a dog and two cats You hare Mychildren hnvo broken your windows my gonLadresse up your Monday and my dog and eats have disturbed your sleep o nightsYes that is true Ve have emptied our ashes over into your yard borrowed your hoe alleyfeiieoto bo neighborly you hovel And now my dear sir to show us that you appreciate tile situation of affairs and have no ill feeling in the youGoyouknowready to take piano lessons Will you kindly and as a neighbor come down to fcrecns with me and help me to cblect a good toned instru ment and guarantee my financial HIHIIl 111 V 10 p month Oil the intullment planBrooklyn Citizen Those Dear Girls L hI Flpjioi some iJnv lay hair Will get gray like in oie Didnt the dealer warrant it not to fade Funny Old World 1ulklyThu is n strungf world oughtktoDuildy Thaft soi For instance gettingup till Q comej whanon like getting up s FuddyAull till Q to go to Jeil when ono foals tho inonhkq sitting nj Boston Transcript Too Prcvlou i Jluslwind This cake is very good my dear but it seeins to iaethere ought to bon little more Wife in o1aricv incisive tones That coke came LIUIIB and was mono by your mother llusbani1 Yes to Ima tajlnj thorn ought to lIe u littib moreof it New York Weekly The Way It Vorkj A Did Qrayco marry young Poor feller cttgngomentiaofThJ most everything tb marry him Yes butehb ohnnfcd her miid when flip found nheVlJmvovtrtKHCri flee mo+ t everything Louisville CouriprJoirnnl tr V Ya Indeed Cm you imagine anything raor6 mortifS ins titan to think of tho clev er retort you might Mayo niaUeJ Well its a heap more lag to think of the alleged cftver I IREDTnIS J21Ii1 Mo Dear SirI have used yoUr TQX1LS Wonder lads Great Discovery for kidney and bladdoiv troubles and cm cheerfully r c6mrl rid it to all suffering from ldneyand bladder trouble RespectfullyJ A TEXAS WONDER One small bittlfc of Texa Wonder jlalla Great Discovery curestill kid and tijubles removes gravelcdres diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism andall irregularities of the lid noysand bladder In both men nnd women Regulates bladder trouble in children If hot sold by your druggist win be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment arid sel dom falls to cure any of the above driigQishDrP0 box 629 office 29cl OHvo Street St Louis Mo r + retort that you better have unsoidPhiladclphio Ledger Reason Enough yisitor to prisoner Why are you lier- oPrisonerI had six wives maam Visitor Xo wonder you look sad Prisoner Ycsm mo times next u eekand Ive got to goboek- to ono of emPuck No Time You have quit complaining about the price of meat had to quit answered the in dltstrjoGs citizen Iam kept so busy hustling for the price that I no longer have time to complain Washington Star In Self Defence Dobler What makes you wear such loud trousers when you go to call on Miss Fortissimo Goblcr Shes addicted to tho piano habit Detroit Tribune At Parting HE Illpo away nml win renon And when my worth Is known And I am rich I will return To plnlm you fill my own shit Ah yestls hretl do frth and Bt Rinown nml wealth Da xtronir Jle true and Ill Iw waltlnifltot Ilenn dont bo vrylong Chleajro IlocordHerald= I A DYNAMITE EPISODE Early in the sixties a foreign in ventor offered the eccrctof u new explosive that ha had discoverer to the British government lie asked for it an insignificant price sonic thing under iCOO After he lend been kept waiting three months and had mode repeated applications torn decision he was informed that his otTer was declined with thanks as neither the wnr ollice nor tho board of trade najv in his inven tionhube foreigner was a Swede by name Alfred XobcJ His invention was dynamite Jly friend has only too good causi to remember tho incident for Nobel hud offered him a half slime in the profits if he would finance him to of 500 kroner Unfortunately for him m friend wan young and still ch0lished- illuaiohs in njnird to the wi lom of gpvlijrnnivnti and their olHcials and tloii Iqnonoown that when he le mca tu views of the British c Jle nlso declined the Qfer siniplefaithairTDndrl Truth The CrKiih C thino FaUiey One of the eurliosttimpfesijionjof an AnvericHji in London is that IJng luxuryandluxury to bepnin fortt the hotel ho hue landed he mitt pay S shil lings foruunrntbath And hiscbn chuion is that the Englishman in spite of his traditional tub ia not a man lie cannot afford td be clean in n London hotel Two warm Ifitlw n day TJial is the AnmricnnIilvcracfour yiil ling IK hnf wife and a son nlM dnuphtor Sixteen shilling a Uay Hoc Icon out ilic cxpojiso and you payntlnutand bis family clean Tho Amen eon visitor ha gureLlout that at least twelve ciula on that bath are made eye tlailav Nine hundred year profit from n bathroom that certainly tlidiipt cost illpO in tho b ndll1 T Qriapn Chro lclc 1 American Capital Saved England JxVro tlWpnrtv United States Vpuld Jdill1 ociety bo solvent LondontOraphkyet horn cxamhicj Scv oT l irilioiumfc been brought into HIT iorky drtrtyg the last forty Yoot lIy Airci can heiresses and an enormous sutnliua been received In jjsphanye forl id paintings oil uX S old furniture works of- artejeuc plafp npd books Moreover Alnrrie lies heed in vested in fistcountry mostly through Iheliiitccrvention of titled course have generally l ricfitcd 1W the transaction 100000000 hall come to thovCJt end through these various i in actions VouId the west end lava leon bankrnpl had that sum natgbpcaprocurablc r1rt T i lc 1cold In TjbiV One wio-J7w5itl with Colone- lYoanlia andfo Eassa wrote of the hurl hinlienJbountorcd ns fat almostUl tha sun risesbycr tho eastern hill at 30 oclo a ainwhen it sinks belun lho oppoilte boa at 3 Icy flUdsBceptho valley and ones tent Against chidone clothes oneself in vest arid shirt sweater flannel lined coat posbtecn or Kash mir h epskini wool it boots and fur or woolen capwith flaps meeting uhdcr the chin The ggneral effect is barbaric and pictur esque I Jli iA it NJF l CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS BSJI Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by druggist e STRONG k mean i tb- trltl or 10 h AgainIs StoYallofTiltonGau said after taking Dyspepsial iiofotherwe- akywomen are being re- storedI to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may bs well if you will take It Ind2esttoncausel nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health ahd strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour sinas belchIna heartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eqt Dollar both aol0tii tin set rrtprtd t uoratory 0 of LabI Sail lr Z WAVXK IIItY5 THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job PrintIng In a firstclass manner T To Consumptives The undersigned haying been restored to health by simple means af tersuffering for several years with n severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is l1ix ious to rna e knowrtJtjp hjs fellow sufferers the ntoaol of cure To those who desire it he wiWcherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription usedi which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies Hd hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Thesis desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York32ry Feared Another One Chi a Ilun The ark had rested for weeks on the summit of Mount Ararat and Ham was becoming impatient coopcilto his father The ground is dry everVwherp in ght I knob itmy son1rcplied Nonh but I want to be on the safe side The Ohio River is likely to break Qut ago i ar any moment Atlxiously anningtlie horizon to the westward he avq orders that the nninm should beput on half ra tiojlii thence forward Deep Diamond Mines Professor Henry 3IieKin lectur ink to a London audience recently SIlI that there was no knowledge of the depth to which the South A1 rican diamond mines could bo work c11ho deeper they go tho riclior they become Work can b3 carried oh now to o depth of 2500 feet It ia thought that it riMit bo cistin tcd tn ibpth of 5000 or even 10 000 febt if t engineering dlfiicul lics could bo overcame tlatckli nor r4df Japanceo jyldiors nlon the Slut kilo river Mare fl ty in the utiliettlonoRon IngtniII of rits Cbe rodents became a pest and the polditrt sot to work to di ttroy them Thought destroyed tho rats were riot wasted The soldiers mml the ratskins and used them hr car flaps with the tails tics bo bath tho wearers chins lAversRHsr Want your moustache or beard abeaatlfollirowaorriclxblack Use- S 1 Cumberland TELEPHONE AND Telegraph Co ncorpomtej Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place bl business My business baa increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition L E PJTE Many Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance r- l1DB143 CSI1F31a Ohio Cottjxty Circuit Court TF DlrLbiad Judge Den D 1 lUn o Attorney T II mack Jailer Ed O llnrnXHS Clerk Frank I Felix Muter Com ml loner Y L Moitltjr Trnatw Jury FnndCa 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August SB November 1- 43XartforA2cllc Ccmrt Jno ii1tileonJudge 0 K Smith City Attorney H r ilarnett Marshal ont eon ven euad110Dl1a1Jn enchntonth Zl lieloM Corsicay peachSunday at 7p in Imy meeting ererjr Wednes day evMilng Rev WTiMiller lrUnptlut Church Services held Sntnrday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Huiulny night and fourth Hnnduy and Sunday night Prayer meillng every Thiinda cveplngt fevJll 1 Uurnett pantor i i CI Church Servlrm lint deeJaytoeacho ttmonth itll n manHT pm ilex J Jlllnrjs nedpsetorNcbooiTraelereIartfordJne1MlllegJi r r I UlenuS T Stevens DM llockr J 11 hC r on Jon C iiUe- yCltyCogorllitownnliolhrookMeyoqS Atioigt oitClerkUrs J WeddlngW Tins ey XCTaylor M L HeavrlnT Ji Moroni i4 CoancHintn Secret Cscl tl o A O U W meets first end third Friday night In each month llnrtlnrd Iodirt No 6JS F t A Masons Bret Slunday night In each mouth v HartfurdTent No 9n Knights of the Uacca bpj s every Thursday night nonith Hirer Lodge Ko110 Knight of Fythlk msetii every Tersilay night 1rrston Motion Tost Xo 4 dA R hold res blat meeUagl Raturdnl bplofOl autSoodal1I e1t month Thousands of Acres J For Saleiitt- at reasonable prices e- Rich lgfriai3 8Q and I2e c2rnU B1lm alon ho iJno cf toi II fij WU 1ftift rW Tff In Southern Missouri IDtr a Northern Arkansas T most Clrcct line vio ST lUIS m R3EHPBIS a Tbroujh Pullman slcuvUig tad tree reclining chair cars Homcsoohers1 Excursion first and third Tuesday of each month literature maps pamphlets folders ctc4 co oppllcallon fN p TOnYSE- SiCesIraursotrtu RTOUWIHE1VS ot I crlcuti LAnSTlrAr C nsmorraBear lbdUj Kind You Han to Boarts t 1Iswhatrsirclsorasooeursosarwuecoeaumsu jtp + L V d t 1 pMyrA r A MatterI ofHealtht t J There is a quality in Royal BakingPowder which makes i t the food more digestible and r wholesome This peculiarity IofRoyal has been noted by t physicians and they accord o ingly endorse and recom mend it lJ ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK RepublicanrFRIDAY APRIL 7 i 1 l t RENDER April 4L D Dennis of Louis rillc was here last Wednesday r Messrs L E Herrel and Hilas Boskett attended the sale at Shultz j town last Wednesday jGusRock of Louisville was here t J M Reynolds was in Beaver Dam I last Thursday r F AL Russell was in Rosine last I Thursday G W Bailee of Centertown was I here last Thursday P K Salsburg went to Central I i City on legal business last Friday I Earl Martin came up from Island last Friday i Prof and Mrs V M Moseley and f Mrs Jno S Spence and Mrs Mc Fair were in Hartford last Satur ihy J H Brown of the Brown Mer tileCompany has accepted a po sition as traveling salesman for Swifts Packing Company Mr 3kt wn is a good man we all wish him success Miss Ida Snell returned from Hor ion last Saturday G W Baize was in Hartford last wroayIChas Cargal was in Beaver Dam last Saturday 6 Mr and Mrs Hamp Maddox spent last Saturday in Echols j E E Risinger and Van White- cameup form Island last Saturday and returned Sunday i Herman Westerfield went to Hor rIMiss Fannie White of Island is a visiting here+ f Simon Stevens postmasterwent to I Louisville Sunday to remain for a few days i S S Hoover of Louisville was t here yesterday r 1 Sam Jones of Henderson was yesterdayi went to Louis rille yesterday and returned to day G L Miller of Cloverport was M here today I R B Eastin is on the sick list at sthis writing I I r Miss Elizabeth Jones left for Nash f y Tille Tenn yesterday where she has gone to be a nurse at the Sani 19a l tarium Miss Jones is a bright lady and we all wish her much suett I otesqIAll the mines in the State were = j idle last Saturday being a miners holiday celebrating the 8 hour sys tern being the 16 anniversary r f c People are glad to see this s fine weather gardening is the go iIr f t sow New Cure for Cancer I Ii All surface cancers are now 11 t Tmown to be curable by Bucklens + Mica Salve Jas Walters of f field Va writes I had a Dufi Monmy lip for years that cnrable till Bucklens Arnica IIlrfin Bros drug store m II k JONES I April 3 Miss Tula Wells was the I guests of Mary Hedden Saturday I r r and Sunday Y Marvin Peckenpaw died at his home last Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Grant Ruhin visited Mr and Mrs E H Hedden Sunday Joe and Frank Hedden attended church at Fordsville Sunday Miss Ella Joneshas gone to the Nar rows where she will visit a month 01 twoMrs Forbes and daughter Eliza were the guests of Mrs Sofer Sun dayMr Ezra Jones of Haynesville- was the guest of his cousinsElla an Lula Jones last week Born to the wife of Mr E R Graves a fine girl HenryWattersons Letters from EuropeWill IALeadingFeature- of The CourierJournal During 1005 There will be tut ny other attractive departments all going to make e comlttNewspaper Malt Rates Dally CourierJournal 1 Yr 6 Dally and Sunday 1 Yr 8 Weekly 1 Yr 1- COUKIERFUURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangemt you can get the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN and the WKLY COURIERJOURNAL both ono yeur for only 150 This is for cash cubficrlptlonfl only All Mihurribvts under this combine nArr must be sent through Tim IKPUBUCAN office BIG FOUR IThe Best Line to Indianapolisf Chicago Toledo Detroit Cleveland Buffalo iNew York Boston And all other points East 9 Information cheerfully fur nished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four 259 Fourth avenue or S J GATES Noi Genl Agent Passenger Louisville Ky I t j2 s J TICHENORSbt4- 9 1 44 bf l J 44 f44 lip h I Millinery Department fi Show us a success 14 ful Milliner and wo 4 will show you an ur 42 tist Our suceessthe j public comment tho satisfaction of retain = ing our customers ay our growing popular Jj ityallcomo from the 47 able management of this Department if4gpofall former oilorts jin her good judg = merit fine taste 4 shrewd buying and Jj coupling these fea ordwe are assured that 4our customers interests are full v protected in price and I equality and that our lino will appeal to the well dressed 4 woman who demands only Millinery of approved stylo1 49 An immense line of Readyto Wear Hats and Cup whicli you will have to see to admire their beauty Veiling Rib 49 bons Infants Head Wear Childrens and Ladies Caps i 49 from lOc to 100 Miss Pirtle expects her usual business Viand ayj invites the early inspection of her many friends and I Clothing Our own expectations have been sur passed in this department and our pre parations for an increased business is shown by our large Stock We have Mens Suits from 300 to 1850 Odd Pants from 125 to 550 and when we sell you it is our desire to make a regular customer and to do this we must sell you goods that will give satisfaction in fit and wear A beautiful line of Fancy Vests which you will surely want to see Dont fail to visit our Clothing De partmentas we are showing great Values beautiful Fabrics latest Styles tfiSkirtsranging4inSat 50cts to 250 Dont fail to see them when in our 49 store 4Ii 4Ii = Carpets Rugs 6ec 4Ii You will no doubt need a new Carpet or something in =that line when you go to house cleaning Remember our 4J Carpets Rugs Mattings Lace Curtains Cretons Scrims Jj Cottage Rods and in fact anything you will need for = beautifying the interior of your home It in such Pr New Canal The executive order Issued by the President for the guidance of the was made in monday The President virtually carries out his plan for the reduction the number by making three the seven virtually the working force the But one member the old commission was ed The commission held a meeting after the Presidents departure r OVER FROM LAST ILEFT I March 29J B Foster Hartford was our Monday L C and to Mrs prop erty i Master is convalescent attack roseola I Mr Burton Masonville was here Leslie Lake Mt Moriah was town yesterday to the wife of Mr et I loods ifllusembracing Broadcloth Mohairs Fancy Mo yla ilrnilOur line of Wash Goods White Goods nod Waitings is tJo immense All of the now creations winch each seatson produces we are showing Trimming Lin J a ings and Embroideries all now Forty pieces i netflatterlines in your it Shoesusual- arrangemoU have been mode for spring show in in Inn d and our lino is even and than ever He tfore See our lino of Ladies 100 Slippers l line of Cuts for Misses and Yens Ox r ifords in tho tho wellknown which insures G unit style We ask tho of wlyVwish stylish foot to this Department tuIL Furnishings j- To the particular dresser this line is of some annoyance still it adds much to the well dressed lady or gentleman and after u careful study wo believe our lino will servo your particular case May we have tho pleasure ofshow J you our Mens Shirts Ties ColIarsSuspcnder3Glovcs J 1 4 I0C18values will you Remem ber we you Ladies Hose absolutely stainless giving good service at 5e that are selling at places for lUc lose sight of this price but ask to see our fie Fay Stockings for service satisfaction Hnd wear have no equal Department = A complete for ladies and gentlemen misses and = children Our Knit for at 6c and lOc are = values A line of Muslin Underwear for at low bprices = Special Prices bb + I fc pricesScotcl1Lawna4eporyardHope bCarpet Warp Otln per pound PeIfectly fitting la absolutely stainless 5c Best price paid for Wool bpi and Produce ofi btI= has been our desire to so regulate our asto have only honest salaries andtand customers feel that with thisofi our seasons announcement we havet thistwhensand you a that you will wish to return Yours for business tt 44S J TICHENOR i JI- b McHenr Ky Livermore Ky Io- fi PP PPr i P PP r P rr r rr rr PiriPP iP PP FrPW rPr rPrP P P r J Prr r P Commission Canal Cammission public Washington of of commissioners of of body of reappoint prelim inary from Washington NOCREEK WEEKI in midst I Bennett family have moved Sarah Borahs James from an ofI thisweek buying cattle of in Born Johnson R Voiles siniply Dress Laces reach The ts Shoes Slippers prettier stronger Extensive Low Children Douglas qual ity attention those wenr ing 0 Our surprise sell other Dont Hose The Underwearstock Vests ladies ladies yard Hose J always prices then serve friends We serve manner i Chamberlain girlI R Stevens are I 6f rt baby girl 25thII SundayJoefined to his room with rheumatism againI are expect HartfordIAprilL callIMoreland who had just returned from Owens boro to inspect the ware house plan He was well pleased and his report LOdgeSinceto 10000 hills to the hand let us have 1800 pounds to the acre and get more money than we have 4outR A Leisure and family have moved to the Craig place which makes the thirtiethmove In this school district for the present crop year There is another family yet wanted