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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w mt Jfttf rtJttp1tbittFine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WiLL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year r I li VOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 14 1905 No 39 WASHINGTON LETTER JCandidates for President in 1908 are Being Considered It is Extensively Believed Tha 4Roosevelt Will Again be the toeStandard Bearer I A tIwdnl tu Tnk UIltuJ Washington D C April 13 1905 The presidential candidacy to b settled in the Republican national convention three years from th coming summer is being discussed in I 4 Washington to it surprising extent n result perhaps of the absence orI other topics of more absorbing interest I but also promoted by the Incipient f I presidential booms which have already made their appearance Among the men who have avowed their aspirations privately or pub tidy are Vice President Fairbanks Senator Foraker Secretary Shaw and the latest of the aspirants F though not avowed Postmaster Gen ifora1 Cortelyou Two other names are mentioned in this connection those of Elihu Root former Secre tart of War and William II Taft present by the public as the mos likely candidate On the other hand there are many shrewd politicians who say that Mr Fairbanks boom is premature and that like most premature things it is likely to get nip ped by the frost A facilesi eakerand 11 suave conversationalist the Vjc President makes friends but few o the thick nIl thin variety e Secretary Shaw is a good speaker a good fellow and would doubt less have the confidence of the businessmen of the country Senator l Foraker promises to be astrong can didate He has served his State cred ibly as Governor and in the Senate r for eight years and has a host of friends Postmaster General Cor telyous boom is too new ta be accurately guaged as yet It is basedof course on hisvery successful conduct of the last national cam paign and the fact that he has been the right hand of three presidents and knows what the business is His boom is automatic he is not urging it Had Secretary Root accepted the i nomination for Governor of New York he would doubtless have been the Republican presidential candi to succeed President Roosevelt It can be stated on the highest au thority that Secretary Taft does not wish the nomination He has one ambition in life and that is to become Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court and it that position becomes vacant during President Roosevelts term Mr Taft will achieve his ambition rSThere is one man who is not a can- didatetI and who has no intention oCI becoming one who is regarded by x many of the ablest politicians inI both parties as the most probable nomineehis name Theodore RooseI t velt No one who knows the Presi dent questions the sincerity of hisI assertion that under no conditions would he accept the nomination forlanother term On the other it is pointedout that no man can re fuse the insistence of a national con vention and that President Roosevelt would be powerless to stem the tide whatever might be his wishesI if it were once turned in his favor Apropos of the possibility or pro bability of President Roosevelts succeeding himself attention iscall ed to the ovations he is this week receiving t in the South He has already carried Missouri into the Republican column How many more Southern States may he not be able V0 to swim wlien 1908 rolls roundc IB Memoriam Of Mr George N Lawrence who died February 24th 1905 was born March 25th 1846 was married June e 22nd 1871 to Miss Jane Tatedaugh ter of Craven and Sue Tate To this union were born six children three boys and three girls one son died In infancy and two daughters Mrs Tisha Tate and Miss Nannie Law rence proceeded him to that better firt lbwrenceIjoined the Presbyterian church in 1881 and lived a consistent member till death He was a kind indulgent I father a good neighbor and respect ed by all who knew him Hehad been lIon a visit tohis daughterMrs Over the week previous to his death and as he was returning to his home i he was taken suddenly and violent ly ill of la grippe and lockage of the bowels from which he never rccov ed He died at his home near Falls of Hough on the farm where he was born and raised iGENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the Country Brief Items The April term of the State Court of Appeals convened Monday with nil members of the court sitting ex tvite court will take a recess for the sum mer By agreement with Assistant Dis trict Attorney Gavan of New York J Morgan Smith an wife dropped proceedf rags agreemen t was that they would not be held in in New York for any other case than that in which they have already been indicted arA storm visited sections of a num ber of counties in Kentucky Monday night and did much damage To bacco barnes telegraph and tele phene lines trees and fences were blown down and in some cases houses were unroofed Lightning struck a livery stable in Corinth It burn ed to the ground cremating nine horses College Faculty Entertains Pres Gray and associate teachers gave an informal reception to the advancedstudents and the public at the college Friday evening the oc casion being the close of the third term of school work The first part of the evening was spent in listening to public addresses by Messrs Hol brook Glenn and Ringo These ad dresses were along the line of school work in generalembracing school day recollections pleasant reminisciences and agreeable diversions They were both entertaining and instruc tiveAfter thisligjjt refreshments were served to one of the college rooms which had been tastefully decorated by the committee on arrangements The remainder of the evening was spent in listening to excellent music playing various games and enjoying the pleasant association- which the informality of the occasion afforded The entertainment was not only a very pleasant affair its wholesomeness will be clear y salutary The excellent condition of the school and the morale of the pupils under the present management were plainly manifest On a proposition to duplicate the entertainment every pupil and patron will vote aye Pleasant Ridge two Banks The little town of Pleasant Ridge on the borderline between Ohio and Daviess counties is to have two banks within the very near future One of the banks will be a branch from an Owensboro bank and the other will be capitalized entirely by resident citizens of the town andt community Pleasant Ridge isa thriving little town and its two banking institutions will fcdd greatly to the business interests of Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN I DRAGGED TO DEATH Was the Twelve Year Old Child of James Hunt by a Run away Horse Chelis Hunt the twelve year old sort of James Hunt a prominent far runII Mr Hunt started Wednesday morn ing with a load of tobacco ito Owens boro and the boy and another boy had gone with him nearly to Magan to help with the tobacco and bring back two extra horses four being used in hauling the tobacco to that point The boys were riding them back arId short time before reaching home the little Hunt boy lost his bal ance and fell from the horse his foot hanging in the gear At this the horse became frightened and ran about two hundred yards half way through thick woods kicking and thrashing the childs body against trees and saplings before his foot came out of the tangled harness When assistance reached the scene the lifeless form of the little fellow was picked up and on examination it was found that the skull was crush ed an arm broken and the body and face maimed almost beyond recogni tion every fragment of clothing be ling torn from the childs body and hoof prints of the frightened animal which he rode to death marked the body in many placesICall For Convention At aclll meeting of the Republi can committee of the Cromwell Mag isterial district held in Rosins Ohio county Ky on Saturday April the 8th 1905 the following resolution was adopted Resolved That a delegate conven vention be held in the town of Rosine Ky on Monday May the 8th 1905 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating candidates for Magis trate and constable to be voted for at the November election 1905 and that precinct conventions be held in each of the voting precincts in said district on Saturday May 6th 1905 at 130 oclock p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend said district convention on May 8th and that each precinct be allowed the following delegated vote Cromwell 5 Select 5 Horse Branch 7 Rosine 8 Prentis 2 and the candidates receiving a majority of the delegate votes cast in said dis trict convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republican party for said officeIJ THOMAS ALLEN Chmn 39t4 J D TAYLOR Secy NOCREEK April 12John Chapman and children Owensboro visited near here last week Mrs J P Foster visited relatives in McLean county last weekIRevs Kendall and Gates of EvnnsI villearrived yesterday to assist Rev Cantrill in the meeting here Miss Lena Miller Magan whoI has been the guest of Miss Net tie Anderson of Kinderhookattend- ed church here SundayIRastus Westerfield and wife Ada burg visited their parents Mr andI Mrs Knox Westerfield Saturday and SundayIMisses Alma Baird Beaver Dam and Malissa RubyAndersonville afeI the guests of Miss Myrtle Williford this weekIMrs Sarilda Stevens who hasI been confined to her room for sometime is able to be out againIMessrs William Burnett Sioux Falls S D and Bud Burnett Louisville made the Misses Cantrill a visit not long since Mrs J4 Bennett is again at the bedside of her daughter Mrs C M Barnett who is no better Henry Pirtle arid sister Mrs Belle Tabor attended church here Sun day There were twelve head of cattle arrestefhereandtakento Hartford yesterday by the sheriff We have a stock law W F Stevens and Ben Chamber lain will leave for nsvjlle tomorrow wIth a raft of EVANS DISCHARGED Deanfield Marshal Shot John DIv ens tb Death and is Dismiss ed on Examining Trial Joe Evans Marshal of the town of Deanfield charged with the murder of John Divens was given an exam ining trial before Judge Miller Tues dav afternoon and after hearing all the evidence produced the court discharged Evans from custody The charge of murder had been preferred against Evans as a result of the kill of John Divens by him on lastThurs day night Evans is marshal of Deanfield and a few days befere had arrestedand confined in the city loclcup an uncle of young John Diving and while in there during the night the lockup was burned and Divens with it This caused John Divens to feel un kindly towards Evans and when Evans attempted to arrest him last Thursday night for drunkenness he resisted drew a revolver and shotat Evans who in turn opened fire on Div ens four shots taking effect in his body A great many of the Deanfield people blame Evans for the untimely death of Hale and Divens who were burned in the lockup and they also think that the killing of young Div ons was altogether uncalled for while on the other hand many hold nothing against Evans for any of said occurrences A Word to the Patrons of the School We are now entering upon the last term 10 weeks of school This is by far the most important term of the whole school year for these rea sons let during this term the years work for each gradef rom the Prima ryupwill be completedroundedout- and reviewed 2nd during the last week of the term all pupils will be examined for promotion by their respective teachers and by the presi dent and those who fail and those who drop out of school before the close can not in justice to them selves and to the school be promo ted to the next higher grade 3rd on the last day of school there will be held public exercises in every grade below the College Department and promotions will be made at that timeThese exercises in the different grades are to the little folkes in the nature of graduation exercises and serve as a great incentive to keep little fellows in school untill the the close of the year The teachers have labored hard this year to inculcate in pupils a habit of regularity and punctuality of attendance at schoola habit whose value to the child through life can not be overestimated In order to stimulate pupils to greater effort to be regular and punctual in attendance the teachers and the Board of Education recently decided to give quarter holiday to all pupils who were neither absent nor tardy during the month We are happy to say to the patrons that this device has worked well Our results in the school room are more satisfactory and our reports to the Bqard are better We wish just here to thank heartily the patrons for their kind assistance in this and in other respects but we should remember that the device of giving a quarter boll day will pot bring the best results unless those pupils who are absent or tardy during the month be required to atteud school on the quarter holi dayChildhood is the most plastic period in the life of anyone and the habits formed thenbe they good or bad generally stick to one and determine his success or failure in life hence parents and teachers should be most careful in moulding theI mental and physical habits of children The habit of regularity and punctuality is worth a great deal to one through life and if not acquir ed during school days is rarely ever acquired Ninetenths of the pupils who lose interest become diacourag UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM CAROLINA IRecommends Peruna Other Prominent IMen Testify l HON JOHN Njlion John J Patterson ExUnited States Senator from South Carolina In letter from 378 Chestnut street Philadelphia Pa writes As quite a number of my Mends have and are using Peruna as a catarrh cure With beneficial results flee that I can safely recommend It to those suffering from that disorder J J Patterson Commodore Nicholson of the U S Navy Commodore Somerville Nicholson of tho United States Navy In a letter from 1807 K Street Northwest Washington BC says Your Peruna has been and It now used by so many of my friends and acquaintances as a sure cure for catarrh that I am convinced of Its curative qualities and I unhesitatingly recom mend it to all persons suffering from that comJlalntS Nicholson U S Minister to Guatemala Dr W Godfrey Hunter US Minister to Guatemala and exmember of Con gross from Kentucky in a letter from Washington D C wrItes I SOUTH PATTERSON fully efficacious many United States derive results atonco giving statement President A New Stock of- I E Furniture arid Buggese just opened Furniture Store and will 42 carry full line every thing needed furnish J any home addition Furniture proper will few days add nice Carpets Rugs Window Shades Polls make specialty the vehicle business carrying stock sortmont Buggies SurreyslrrLpsDriving Wagons and Harness manufactured and guaranteed by tho most reliable firms the country Have nothirig but goods tho latestdesigns Visit my and convinced the goods and prices will Jj suit you I A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky = ed and want to quit school are those kept of chool a or two each week They getbehind their classes and come discouraged I In conclusion we wish to thank the patrons and Board again kindI and continued support have given us They have shown deep enterest in the school and have been kind to us which we thank heartily L N GRAY President Notice Notice is hereby given the owner or owners of stock running at large in any the precincts i a I am satisfied that your l eruna is an for catarrh as I and of my friends have been benefited by its useV Q Hunter MD known men ofdignity nd promi nence In the endorse and recommend Fcruna for catarrh If you do not prompt and satis factory from use of 1oruna write to Dr Hartman a full of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable gds gratis Address Dr Hartman of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio t I have a new a of to i In to in 49 a a line of Mats tt c Also a J of in a nice as f of 4 4 in Jj new of store ti be that bit Q li vho remain out or are out day beI for the which a ever for them that all of of i II remedy Well the vice the county where a vote to prohibit such stock from running at large was had at the last November elec tion are subject to the fine of from 500 to 2500 and as Sheriff of Ohio county it becomes my sworn duty to take up or cause to be taken up any such stock found running at large and prosecute the owners thereof for violation of the law This I shall be compelled to do from this date Hartford Ky April 11 1905 CAL P KEOWN Sheriff of Ohio County tv vaoatta a KlM TN Nat diiiJt Bait IlIpatutd WOMAN PILOT Steers Her Steamboat From tin cinnatl to Pitts burg Fighting her way through waters which filled the Ohio River from tank to bank manking the usually placidstream a ragging torent the steamer Greenland from Cincinnati reached her dock in Pittsburg during the recentflood after having encountered the Ohio in its worth swollen condition for many years Standing on the bridge when t the steamer reached the dock was her commander Captain Greene and never for a moment while the boat was struggling for the very existent of its 142 passengersdid the Captai leave his post When the hawsers held the vessel fast and everything was safe in port Captain Green temporarily tume the managerial lins over to Fir5t Mate Shaw returned to the cabin hugged a chubby rosycheeked baby drank a cup of tea and had a good cryIt was only natural that Captain Greene should take solace in tear after the trying ordeal for Captain Greene although one of the most experienced commanders on the Ohio River is a woman Proud she is too of the fact that she is the only licensed river pilot in the Unitefl States and the only worn an who has a commanders license issued by the Government whicl gives her the right to take complete charge of a boat whilp making a trip andalso gives her the right to theI honored title of Captain Down in a prettily furnished little parlor in the Greenland Captain Greene sat playing with her two children after the trying trip no more like the commander of the yes sel than any other homeloving motherly woman And she is homeloving and motherly for her home is on the boat and with her two youngest children her eldest age G being at school Captain Greene has yet to see her thirtyfifth year- I suppose it seems strange to some people to imagine a woman as commander of a steamboat she said but still it is not so remarable after all Why am IJa river Captain Because at first learned the busi ness that I might be of assistance to my husband when we did not havens much as we have now andsec ond because it is a source of great pleasure to me When I married my husband he was a part over of a little boat was her commander and her pilot In those days the commander took his regular watch at the wheel and so as I always accompanied my husband on his trips much of my time was spent in the pilot house It was under him that I learned the river the Ohio from Pittsburg to Cairo and the Mississippi from Cairo to St Louis With my hus band in the pilot house I steered the boats for hours at a time until I was pefectly conversant with every part of the duties of a pilot as well sis those of a commander With the thought in mind that some day my husband might be ill md would be compelled to pilot the boat myself I underwent and pass ed the examination for a pilots license in 1895 anda year later I was grantd a Commanders commis sion by the United States Govern mentMy first real command was of the steamer Argrml which my husband and myself hud purchased We us ed her in the passenger trade run ning from Charleston W Va to Cincinnatti and also to Pittsburg A year ago I took command of the Greenland which we also own and have had change of her ever since She is one of the largest andstaunch est boats in the trade Captain Mary Green is not com pelled to earn her livelihood her work on the river for her husband Captain Gorden C Green is one of the most prosperous of the Ohio rivermen He togather with his wife and several othersowns and operates nine boats on the Ohio and Mississippi riversMrs Greene for she prefers that title rather than Captain was formerly Miss Mary Becker of Marietta OhioHe duties aboard the Greenland ire just the some as those of any other ShefaF personally superintends everything I from the overhauling of the boilers and making other repairs to the proper management of the cu inarydepartment When the Greet land was built it was she who made many suggestions which when car cied out proved to be most beneficial There is never a time how ever but that she makes a thorough inspection of every portion of the boat before she retires at night and bad weather finds her on deck at all timesTho Right Name Is DeWitt DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools smoothes and heals cuts burns boils bruises piles and all skin disease K E Zickfoose Adolph W Va says My little daughter had whit swelling so bad that piece after piece of bone worked out of her leg DeWicts Witch Hazel Salve cure her It is the wonderful healin salve in the world Beware of counterfeits Sold by Z Wayne Grifil Bro m Fortunes of Presidents lblhutIJbR IrrlWashington left an estate valued it 800000 John Adams left abou 575000 Jefferson died w poor that he would have been a pauper had not Congress purchased his library for 20000 Madison left about 150 JOO Monroe died poor and wa buried at the expense of relatives John Quincy Adams left about 55 000 at his death Jackson about 80 000 Van Buren 400000 Polk loOOOO Taylor 150000 Tyler narried a woman of wealth Fil more left 200000 Pierce 50000 Buchanan 200000 Lincoln 75 00 Johnson 50000 Grant lost his in the wealth Grant Ward failure Hares Garfield and Harrison were all modererately well off and levelands fortune is probably larger McKinleys fortune was not- much over 60000 Dont Borrow Trouble It is a bad habit to borrow any thing but the worst thing you can ossibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia biliousness Brights disease and similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symp toms but fly for relief to Electric titters Here you will find sure and ermanent forgetfulness of all your roubles and your body will not be urdened by a load of debt disease At Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore Price 50c Guaranteed Remedy Against Old Age Chlrngb Joirnnl Curdled milk of a special kind prepared only on a Bulgarian recipe is- now supposed to be a remedy against rowing old M Xavier Dybovski has made a communication on the subject to the Academy of Medicine The substance is called yaghurt and can now be obtained in tins in Paris It looks very like ordinary cream cheese gone bad and tastes similarly The solid portion is mixed with a white thin liquid which is exceedingly sour People who wish to live to a hundred breakfast off yaghurt ex usively A Tried and True Friend One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing CoughsColds roup and Whooping Cough so long that it has proven itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who use it Sold by Z Wayne Grif tin Bro m Iay Bury Pike on Top of Peak He Discovered Colorado springs Colo April 12 A movement has been started to- have the remains of Lieut Zebulon ontgomery Pike the discovery pf Pikes peak removed to Colorado and either reinterred in this city or- on the summit of the great eminence which bears his name The body of Lieut Pike is buried at Lawrence hull Ind where it lies in a practically neglected grave A meeting will be held tom6rrow at which plans will be considered for the removal of the remains to this city in time for the celebration next- year of the one hundredth anniversary of the discovery of Pikes peak epThe Correct Smile BobbyIve been working all like a dog Pop FatherGlad to hear you are getting industrious Robert but what doingI digging out a GROWS ALLIGATORS Florida Man Makes Good Profits In Queer Farm Product LSt tu utlneYraj Cor Nur York Ilirnl A party from the North was driving one moonlight night under the palmetto trees far out in the country They had a negro driver and a onehouse shay Suddenly they heard an unearthly sound proceed ing from a dark swamp near the roadsideIt like the roar of a dozen bulls bellowing at once What is that cried one to theI driver springing from the seat while the scared horse was alread sittiong on his haunches Oh nothin sir thems nothii but gaiters GaitersYes theys just be lowin They do that sir an summer night The party had been driving in the neighborhood of an alligator farm The next day they visited it A tall close fence surrounds perhaps 20 acres of wet grouse marsh and wallow A gatekeepe took their 50 cents and the visitor were led in to see one of the mos repulsive spectacles of a life time There lay big alligators COO of ther singly or in groups and in places a a dozen piled on one another Man were 8 10 or 12 feet long The were mostly sunning themselves at the edge of water holes and wallows Some looked almost like dirty little saw logs with side claws fastened on themThe escort was asked to stir then I up a little Witha long pole he accidentally poked a big fellow in the I 10111cdothers tried to gape Their mouthi were two to three feet long It is a novel kind of farming but profitable The beasts are often soot to menageries and their hides are I worth 50 apiece Few of those or the farm were captured Nearly alii the smaller ones were raised on I place Once a year the female crawls out on the sand digs a hole and lays 15 to 50 eggs in it Then the hole is made into a mound like an ant hill In three months the eggs hatch out the ba by crocodiles creep out and make for the water Then the grown alligators become fierce and dangerous At the least crying among the young the old ones go bellowing to the rescue If a dog passes on the bank discretion will teach him silence for one little bark and a bull alligatoris on the spot to inquire into the matter In the winter the beasts sink into the mud and sleep at the bottom of the water for three months with out food and appearently without air A little sunshine however restores them to life in a single day New Cure for Cancer All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklen Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Duf field Va writes I had a cancer m my lip for years that seemed in curable till Bucklens Arnica Salve healed it and now it is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store m The Trust in Doctors FawleWhen you come to think of it its really remarkable how many people trust a doctor CrosbyYes But dont you think its even more wonderful how many people a doctor trusts Won a Name of Fame DeWitts Little Early Risesr the ramous pills have been made fa mous by their certain yet harmless tad gentle action upon the bowels and liver They have no equal for biliousness constipation etc They do not weaken the stomah gripe or make you feel sick Once used always preferred They strengthen sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Womans Age HeThey say a man has seven tgesSheWomen are more stable They have one age and stick to it OAIg 1OnABean thethe Klnd You Han Afslls Borlht 9tgutand 4 aw Ir yY17A MYSTERIOUS ROBBERS Proved To Be Six White Owls And Not Uneasy Ghosts All winter long T M Sark has been troubled in mind over events ir his henhouse on his farm in Jupson Tonwnship in this country says a Minnesota exchange lie never saw a sign of n rat or a mouse about the place the hens seemed to get up in the night to eat and drink and every night or so a good fat fowl was missing from the flock He tied a watchdog near by but that helped not at all lie hired n man to stay in the coop over night but in the morning the fellow was gone and was seen the next morning on Frank Everetts farm in Cleveland 10 miles away muttering to himself and talking about ghosts Afterwards the mystery was solved Stark climbed up into the loft of the henhouse to open the ventilators further and there he saw perched on a box in a long white row six big white horned owls that had stolen in in the fall and had been living off his substance all winter It was just in the gloaming when theiwith the entire winters concentrated wrath and vengeance in his blood and they responded to the battle with an energy born of full fetid and soft snap about to be destroyed IIa lost a good deal of blood more UIIwith the wild blows he delivered in he halflight but finally came out victor and stretched his six uninvited pensioners in fuzzy white heaps on he floor of the loft Some people who hear the story hrug their shoulders and smile and hink that it was bats in the garrett and not owls in the loft hat troubled him but they are entirely wrong Now He Told Counterfeits- We have a man in this office emarked one of the officials of the reasury Department the other day who is without a peer anywhere in the country when it comes to spotting a counterfeit coin His faculty for c ri C 0- 1 L U M B I A lour rlglnulI- oud nrlvuled ualcul rllllunt nsplrlnjr I ttractlvo I fNI1Y11IInWINxNlIx11InInnti telling the spurious product has been developed to a remarkable degree of his skillHe gave an illustration the other day On that table in the there a couplecorner hundred half dollars Apparently they were all sound and genuine spe cimens from the Government mint and giving one glance at the of halves 25 feet distance he quietly remarked Theres a counterfeit in that stack He then stepped up to the table and pulled n f in from out of the middko i IIr It ww tested and found t be spurious I asked the man to tell how he discovered the counterfeitHy of the lighthe I replied The rays cat from that coin were wholly different from those sent out by the other pieces That coin stood as distinctly from the rest as a bloqdred poppy in a field of white flowers riot Springs Ark This great health and pleasure resort is best reached via the Iron Mountain Itoute Quickest schedule and solid trains Pullman sleepers hair cars etc from St 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large share of the revenue derived from the mine going to the Crown of Spain Mr Boyd was greatly surprised at the information contained in the records and proceeded to copy of them with the view of locatI ing the lost mine Accompanied by a Mexican guide he left Satillo for the Chispa Mountains The records showed in a general way where the mine was situated but the exact spot could not be found until a Mexican sheep herder inform ed Boyd that he could show him th ruins of an ancient smelter These ruins were situated ift a deep canyoi and alter a patient search Mr BoydI came up on the mouth of shaftA ladder made of the hidesI of wild animals still hung in shaft and other evidence of a sUd1 den abandoment of the mine wet seen What occurred when Mr1 Boyd attempted to explore the mine Is told in a letter which he wrote to James E Meade who resided in Sai Antonio at that time but ha been engaged in business in Alpine Texas for severalyears The lettei saidA horrible and most astonishing thing happened to mewhen I attempted to explore the mine My Mozor Pedro let me down to the bottom of the shaft a distance of about 100 feet by means of a rope The candle gave me very poor light but I could see that a great dealof ore still remained in the workings I had started to explore one of the drifts when a noise like the bursting of a thousand cannon sounded in my ears and was follow ed by a most terrific rush of air which came from the drift that I was about to enter I was lifted off of my feet and thrown against the rock walls of the shaft with such force that 1 was badly bruised and almost knocked sen seless The rush of air gradually subsided and as it did so there came echoing out of the murky drift one of the most piercing and plaintive cries I have ever heard It was a wail that produced in describable and uncontrollable ter ror in me I fled to the rope and quickly tying it around my body I yelled to the Mexican to draw me up There was no response from above I yelled and yelled but Pedro did not come to the rope I then realized that he had heard the mys torious demonstration and had fled in his susperstitions terror It was lucky that the rope was fastened to a mosquito trunk on the surface and I was able to draw my self out the shaft hand over hand bracing my feet against the walls Just as I reached the surface the underground phenomena was repeated Mr Meade then took charge of the expedition They spent three months at the mine but only one attempt was made to explore the underground workings that experience was so terrifying the men including the Americans and Mexi cans threatened to leave if forced to make another effort They sunk a shaft near the old one to a depth of 60 feet but the noise became so pronounced that the workmen refused to go on with it and the whole project was aban donedSince then many attempts have 1 1rt A SECRETO- ne great secret of youth and beauty IOfI the young woman or the mother is proper undo tanding of her womanly sy stem wcllbciiiR liver wotnnti youn phyIcaltbla knowledge Is to get a Rood doctor book such for Inntance as the Teopte a Common Sense Medical Advlcr by L V Pierce SI D width can readily be pro cured L sending twentyone cents III on cent tamps for paperbound volume or thirtyone cents for clnllt copy ad dr JJr R V Fierce at Buffalo N Y The change from maidenhood to womn hood is one that Inyolvu the whole body Tile n train at upon the bloo forming structures may be too great 11 orders of the functions peculiarly fcminTn are nearly always dependent upon d fective nutrition In caws Dr Ilcrccs Favorite Prescription hi just th vegetable tonic for the female system for benefit r mrdlelntIwIlle and fatherly letters which you wrote Dr Pierce s Favorite Prescription WAS the first extuslvely woman tonic on th market It has sold more largely in th part third of a century than any nther medicine for women IK not let the drug girt persuadr you to try some compound araiucccused with Vavorite Prescription when ever a laxative it requl dibeen made to explore the mine but the experience has proved more than any man is willing to stand a secon timeCaptain Lewis Sef ton was at the head of the latest expedition to the haunted mine He isoneof the most prominent stockmen in Western Texas and has a reputation for great courage In a spirit of adventure he left his ranch in Sutton County a few days ago for the mine takingi with him a half dozen of his boysThey let the rope ladder down In1 to the shaft and Captain Sefton and I two of his cowboys went down to the bottom All was quiet and they lad just started to enter the drif when the phenomena suddenly broke forth in all its fury The Three men were hurled with great force several feet and throwi repeatedly against the jagging rock of the shaft It was only with the greatest effort that they could climb to the surface Their bodies wet covered with bruisesand their cloth ing was torn- I am not superstitious Captain Sefton said in describing his ex periencesbut if the interior of tha mine is not an inferno occupied by spirits I wont believe what I see with my own eyes hereafter Make the breath as sweet as a rosi by curing Indigestion and Sour Stomach with Kodol Dyspepsia Cure A pleasant palatable reconstructive tissue building digestant E L Babcock Amberst Minn says I have taken a great many remedies for indigestion but have found nothing equal to KodoLDyspepsia Cure Kpdol digests what you eat cure indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomacl Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Great care is uses in the reparation of Kodol the greatest that has ever been discovered Sold jy Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Mustache A Yard Long WnnliluKtuli titnr Ivan Dosan an immigrant from roatia who arrived at Locust Point rear Baltimore recently and who mnounced his intention of taking up his residence at J031 Second street northeast in this city attracted nuch attention 6y the fact that he wore a mustache one yard in length Dosan told Assistant Commissioner Stump that he was about 42 years oldand had never shaved his upper lip but had taken great pride in the length of his mustache He had been informed however before caving for this country that he would have to cutit off as he expected to get employment in a machine hop and was afraid thatit might get caught in the machinery To ave himself from this peril he mended to have the muchprized reasure removed on reaching Washington The mustache had becomeso much in the way that he wound it around his neck with the ends tucked together inder his hatgiving him the appear ance of wearing a hairy necklace Mr Dosan was offered a positio- nS an attraction for a hair tonic ealqtJbut declined the offer co t01 PARIS PICKPOCKET Sold American Invention Wblle Ills Pal RifledI Purses The tricks adopted by sharpers t hoodwink the everguillible public are as ingenious as they are varied The latest tried in Paris is describe as follows In the Rue de conde a welldressed individual with every appearance of a gentleman got upon a heap ofstones gathered crow around him Ladies and gentlemen he began I am not herewithin two steps of the nearest police station to sell you stolen goods or obtai your money on false pretenses No ladies and gentlemen I am here for the good of humanity I represent the famous American firm of Findem Havem and I am sent by them to sell you the very latest no elty which is destined to revolutionize the world All of you have probably at some time or other had you pockets picked but with our patent mysterious pocketthat in future wi be rendered impossible It has had an enormous success in Americaan will defy the most ingenious pick pocket on earth Look at it appear and disappear at the will of the owner One two three there it is at the back of my neck One two thre now it is up my sleeve Look at it ladies and gentlemen I do not ask you for sovereign half sovereign or even 5 shillings although it is well worth that sum But for the goodof humanity I dispose of it fOl sixpence At that moment whet 50 hands were outstretched to buy the mysterious pocket a shrill whistle vas heard and the street vende promply disappeared The crowd was disappointed when they biscoveret later that while they were reaching out for the great mysterious Amer can invention their own pocket hat been rifled I Plans to Gut Rich Are often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsia or Constipation Brace up 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 St Bros drug store 25c guaran teed m Scraps of News While working on the tee th of a Civil war veteran named Reese at Ottawa Kan the dentist found a ne ounce minie ball imbedded in the jawbone Reese was shot in tattle in 1864 A recent mechanical wonder is a elegraph instruments which send 1000 words a minute over line 1000 miles in length A human iperator can transmit 50 words a ninute Olive oil is figuring among Syrian exports to the United States as an item of advancing importance Its production has increased of late ears The tree requires but little are and Jives to become very old In Syria the fruit is knocked oil vith sticks and the injury tfim aused to the branches probably accounts for the short yield every econd year FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions the use gainEmulsionof is I very rapid For this reason we put up a I fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies andchildren In other conditions the gain is slowerhealth cannot be built up in a day In such cases Scotts Emulsion must betaken as nourishment a food rather thana medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions Rend tor free Aamole Scott Bowne 409415 Purl Jt- Chemliti New York aotandiloo All druggist FtNr SMART FOXES Spelled Each Other and Fool ed a Pack of Hounds Sew York Tom a I have a near neighbor who is a- I close and intelligent observer of the i ways of wild animals and a truthfu I and reliable man He says that on one occasion he witnessed afoxchas in Maryland standing on one side of a very higa hill while the dogs am foxes were across a deep gulch abou half way up the side of another high hill for a good deal of time in plait view IAs the chase proceeded he noticed a fox seated on a log and apparently interested in the outcome After some time as the dogs were heardapproaching this fox ran down at right angles to the direction they were coming and met the run ning fox and took his place ahead of thehounds while the tired animal sprang to one side and the trotted directly up the hill and seated himself on the log for a rest The fresh substitute then led the dogs a lively chase for a long cir cuit and finally the pack again were i heard approaching This time Fox No1 was fresh and ready and rat down and met his fatigued brother and put himself before the dogs while No 2 went back to the log and took a breathing spell This proceeding was kept up fgr probably two hours 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 till stomach trouble You forget you have a stomach from the very day you begin taking it This is because itgets a rest recuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthy that it troubles you no more Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Not Guilty One of you boys has been steal ing raisins again I have found the seeds on the floor Which one of you was it TommyIt wasnt me I swallowed the seeds in mine Full of Tragic Meaning Are these lines from J H Simmons of Casey La Think what might have resulted from his horrible sough if he had not taken the medicine about which hewrites I had a fearful cough that disturbed my rights rest I tried everything but lothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which ompletely cured mel Instantly relieves and permanently cures all throat and lung diseases prevents grip and pneumonia At Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists guaran eed50c and 100 Trial bottle free m Way of Wooing HerYoure just like all other menyou want the earth himI acknowledge ityourer lithe world to me and I want you HerAs a piece of real estate I- may come higher than you can afford I to goHimAt any price youd be dirt heap To the West and Southwest Cal ifornia Etc Best reached via Missouri Pacific Ry or Iron Mountain Route from St Louis Cairo orMemphis treaty reduced oneway Colonist rates on- Feb 21 March 21 1905 to Arkan i sas Texas Indian and Oklahoma I territories and numerous points in ither western States Great oppor unity for the investor or homeseek er Homeseeker round trip ticket on dale every first and third Tues of each month limited 21 days lands are cheap rates are low heap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and southwest Liberal limits and stopover 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authorized to nnnonnce W I Mil IEIt horse Drench ana rntnllclnte fur the of flee of ilngUtrate of the Cromwell dutrlctenb rct to the action of the ltrinbllcan party If you want to know how much your subscription bill is consult the tag on your paper The date there given is the time to which you have paid The number of years from then until the present is the number of dollars you owe us REDWINE of Music Hall fame is to play a part in the HargisCalla han murder trials at Lexington BACK to the people say Mr Bryan But has not he been back too often to serve as a practical illus tration IF Mr Rockefeller wants to dis pose of his tainted money he should become a candidate for Sena tor from a doubtful State HEALTH may be secured by pro grussive exercise declares an emi nent scientist If thats true the Russian soldiers should be healthy specimen Tin Federal grand jury has found an indictment against Louisville Wouldnt it be humiliating to Col Watterson to come home and find his old town in jail A DISPATCH from Jacksonville Florida reports a decision in a law suit which has been in court since 1830 The wheels of justice certainly moves very slow AMBASSADOH CIIOAT was recently elected Master of the bench of Middle Temple by the London bar This is quite a rare distinction for an American shoat WITH Secretary Taft sitting on the lid at Washington there can be little apprehension about the lid remaining on but some fear might arise lest it falls in A GREAT naval battle between the Russian and Japanese fleets is imminent and it is freely predicted that Toga will completely annihilate Rojestvensky and his fleet of forty sails soon to put in operation a scheme to pension superanuated workmen This is not the first time France has been the advanced guard along the line of humanitarian and social progress BREATHITT has found it impossible to keep pace with Ohio county in point of murders so its sister county of Clay comes to its rescue Hon t J J C Howardpresent member of the Legislature from Clay was sent to his reward Monday by the pistol r 11 4Itb 4 I route Tilford Berge being the confessed murderer but in self defense of course PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS hunting party has received hurryup orders from New Castle Colorado request ing that they be at camp twenty miles South of that place not later than Saturday No doubt the bears were turned loose too soon and ap prehension is being felt lest they make good their escape before the Presidents arrival A SATURDAY night jaunt and dance may be the cause of justice being meted out to prominent Breathitt county officials and citi zens Anse White the star wit ness for the prosecution in the Har gisCallahan murder case took such an outing last Saturday night and slept overtime Sunday and as a re suit of whichwas arrested and taken to Lexington where he will be com pelled to testify MATANZAS April l2A good rain fell here Monday night which was greatly ap predated by the farmers as some ground was getting too dry to plowI Rowe of Livermorewas here last Sunday- J W Tichenor is on the sick list this week Mrs Nancy Bennett who has been very ill is convalescent Mrs L W Tichenor visited her sister Mrs T R Kincheloe near West Providence last week The Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely S H Render and wife entertained at their home last Saturday night There was quite a number present andall report a good time Jas Bilbro of Heflin was in our midst last Sunday Prof Everett Smith of Rockport attended Sunday school at the Bap tist church last Sunday evening Mrs l1 E Bidwell is still very sickFerda Bidwell and wife of Owens boro were the guests of Mrs M E Bidwell Sunday night and Mon dayR B Bidwell of Calhoun was in this community Monday- L D Jackson and wife have moved to his fatherinlaws Sylvester Igleheart and J W Condict and family of Cerftertown will move to J D Jacksons farm CENTERTOWN April 12Rev J Gary Green ville preached an able sermon for us Saturday night Rev C W Haskins made a busi ness trip to Island Tuesday Mrs F OFlynn Utica who has been visiting her daughter Mrs E M Morton of this place returned home Tuesday accompanied by Mrs MortonHarve Hill who has been to Evansville to deliver a raft of logs is at home again- E H James went to McLean coun ty last week on business Dr G F Chapman has purchased a valuable tract of farming land in ArkansasRev V Phipps is on the sick listMrs C W Haskins is visiting in McIIenry James Kelly McHenry was one of our pleasant callers Sunday Miss Bessie Hocker Beaver Dam has taken charge of the millinery de partment for Rowe Morton- L W Condict has moved to Dee Jacksons farm Misses Mattie and Gladys Maddox PeculiarTo ItselfIn what it is and what it doescon taming the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances nnd effecting tho most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up tho wholo system is true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost- I was troubled with scrofula and camp near losing my eyesight For four months I could not see to do anything After taking two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparlllo I could ice to walk and when I had taken eight bottle I could leo as well as ever SUSIE A HAIRS TON Withers N C 1 Hoods Sarsaparllln promises to curo and Keeps tho promise r rtuw Ayers When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You are tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and Irritable Your cheeks are Sarsaparillapale says you threatened with a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine For tare than eeen i here eed Aers 8 r uirlll lwnr family II Is earelnl tonic at all tlmi m n wonilrtf nl in llcl for Im pure blurD C IIiiLT West I IRretitonii ploo a bottle J c Tan Can- Al rl 10 tm forIneell Weak Nerves Keep tho bowels regular with yerrs Pills just ono pill oach night entertained their friends Tuesday I eveningJohn M Carter has sold his din ing hall to S W Rowe Son T M Her reports a pleasant trip to Lovisville UNION April l0Rev Boggess Beaver Dam gave a lecture before the Ep worth League at this place Saturday nightWade Hodges who has been doing service for Uncle Sam for the last five years will leave Manila Philippine Islands for home on May theI firstMiss Alma Baird is spending the week with friends in Nocreek f Superintendent James DeWeese was here Saturday on business JudgeMiller made a speech here Wednesday night in the interest of the A S of E aHERBERT April 12Hary Givens and fami ly were the guests of relatives at Patesville Sunday Messrs J B Chambers and F V Miller are on the sick list John Livingston of Whitesville was a pleasant caller Saturday even ing Miss Harriett Miller visited her sister near here Monday Miss Pearly Bruner went to Pell ville Wednesday Mrs Orrin Flowers and two chil dren of Goering visited her parents Mr and Mrs John Bruner Wednes dayMrs Annie Lyons is visiting in Ow ensboro this week Mrs Jessie Givens went to Pell vine Tuesday Ed Miller visited relatives at Weber MondayrMiss Ora Haynes returned to Ow ensboro Wednesday Farmers are very busy some few have plantedcorn Master Willie Loyd arrived here from Missouri last week He will make his home at Mr James Fords Burr Givens went to Hawesville WednesdayWillie of Whitesville was here Saturday Mrs Annie Haynes who has been ill is able to be out again Rev John Reid Jr of Great Falls Mont recommended Elys Cream Balm to me Ican empha size his statement It is a positive cure for catarrh if used as direct edUe Francis W Poole Pastor Central Press Church Helena Mont After using Elys Cream Balm six weeks I believe myself cured of caI tarrh Joseph Steward Grand Ave Buffalo N Y The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at 50 cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 5G Warren St New York For Sale Thoroughbred poultry eggs and plants for sale Barred Plymouth Rock and the celebrated Brown Leg horn called the best layers in the world One rooster from Mor= ganfield onefrom Illi nois and one from New York State cost ing as high as 750 I Hens weighing over nine pounds stttinJWillPotato Cabbage and Tomato Plants Also have two stray steers E M MILLER Phone 132 McHenry Ky IDR FENNERS GOLDEN RELIEFS any pulu lusltlo or oijt in from 2 to 5 minutes Y as ataww x + E P Barnes Bro Carpets place Curtains Rugs Curtain Poles Curtain Swisses Window Shades and fatting This department is better than over More patterns better styles null every price way down low t CarpetsYard wide Hemp 15e and 20c per yard Granites extra heavy 25u per yard Heavy Union 35c per yard Quito a variety of nil wool tilling Carpets tit fiOc and 55e per yard All Wool Carpets One 70c sold 75c per yard Hrussuls Goo tutu The per yard 1vJCjtting E Wo nitre just put on salo 2000 yards of China hall lap Mattings 1 pricedas fol lows 12c foe 20c 23c 25is lOc and Siic per yard White Poles Oak Poll null Brass Kxtensnu Rods Window Shades at lf loo 25c 35c lOc and 50u each Curtain Swisses at 5c Si IOU lye and 2oc per yard White Quilts 75eSIOO Sl2nSl50 anti 200 each Rugs at 50c76cS100 125 150 200 225 250 350 and 100 each They are bCliutil8I DP11 rtraaltureAs a few pieces of new Furniture are almost indispensable this time of the year wo wish to call your especial attention to this particular department liemember Wo aro complete house furnishers and there is no place that can servo you hotter Remember our Dress Goods and Millinery departments arc badly rushed Let us have your Hat order now lull when Easter comes wo will havo you fitted out in ono ofour uptothominuto Hats and you wont noel to worry about not getting your Mat in time Buy from our Dress Goods suction a note Caster Dross A new Dross and a new Hat go well toge- therBeaver Darra9 Keratucky Visit 6be TJelurley Co ForAntes Buggies Surries and Driving Wagons Armour Fertilizer American Field Fence without a weld Brown Cultivators Buckeye Sunbeam Cultivators Blounts Steel Plows and Double Shovels Corn King Peed Mills Camp bell Corn Drills J1 Case Steel Plows Deering Harvesting Machines and Binder Twine Fish Bros Wagons Ideal Buggies Surries and Driving Wagonsjdeal Harness and Work Collars Ideal FJarrowsIdeal Plows Lehr Agrl Cos Land Rollers Meyers Hay Tools Meyer Buggies Mitchell Wagons Moline Plows and Disc Cultivators Oli vcr Chill Plows Tiger Harrows Cultivators and Corn Planters Vulcan Chill Plows Whitman New Model Steel Beauty Hay Press best quality of Clover Timothy and Herdsgrass Seeds Just received a car load of cow Peas You Get tine Benefit of Our Buyiiig DiscountOn the above mammoth line of vehicles implements etc which we carry on our 12000 Square feet of floor space Ve buy more implements and buggies than any other implement and vehicle concern hi Western Ken tuck in filet South of the Ohio river We got n liberal discount which enables us to buy goods cheaper than any other implement house in the United States We have been with you long enough to show you the kind of treat inent you may expect tllll we wish to assure you that we appreciate the nice trade you have given us which amounts annually up close to a half million dollars andwe will guarantee to render the same liberal treatment that we have heretofore Get our prices before you place your oi det and we will save you money Yours for more business i The T J Turley Co INCORPORATED Store NewsAt Wo appreciate so much tho largo crowd that at londod our annual spring oponing Wo did our utmost to wait on all but at tunas tho rusheas so great that it was impossible to do so Wo invite you to como again and wo promise you better service Below you will find some specials for April Wash Goods Nowhere can there bo found a prettier lino of White Goods thou wo have Mercer ixed lacquards Dimities Murceillcs India Linens Persian Lawns Pris Musfins in feet all tho now weaves in White tit most reasonable prices Como and get our prices Fancy Wash Goods Wo aro certainly headquarters for this line the prottiest line it has over been our pleasure to show All the late spring shades at prices from 5c to 2oc per yard Laces awes going to bo strong for trimming and wo Lava tho line in all qualities and widthtI Wo invite your special attention to tho above 11- 00bargain fidsenientiSaturdays run on our basement consid erably demolished our stock but it will bo fully replenished this week with goods thnt no household can do without Our price is in reachof all5c and lOc nothing higher Visit soon without fail AT The Bargain Center 1 B Har ford Republican I FRIDAY APRIL 14 Illinois Contral RailroadTime TabloINnrlU llniinil Nn 13thlh 407 n in 4in I uiINuNulM ilurlHtlp 0I See Fairs Carpets and Mittings Ready made Muslin Uudenvcar at Fairs and Inser See our Embroideries tionsCARSON Co i My myl what nice Vegetable Soup Pat City Restaurant i AH kinds of sewing machine Suppli es at City Restaurant Mr J H Barnes Cashier of the Beaver Dam bank called to see usi last Friday i The new toes and acts in Shoes and Slippers atFairs Prices right Visit them Mr Ike Seibert of Owensboro Is i IIbertWe fill pay for the remainder ofII Chls week 8Jc lb for hens and 12 dozen for eggs CARSON CoI New things folded every week to j Fairs Bargain Basement Every thing 5e and lOc Nothing higher Mr Byron C Barnes of the firm Hof E P Barnes Bro merchants of Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller i uesday Marvelous are bargains in Fairs Bargain Basement Dont leave town without visiting it Everything 5c and lOc Nothing higher See the fine line of Cakes and Crack ors at City RestaurantITry those Sweet and Sour Pickles at City Restaurant So nice j Dr J A Duff Sulphur Springs was a pleasant caller Monday Hot Fish Corn Bread and Coffee at City Restaurant So good I E Plummer Beaver Dam was a very pleasant caller last Friday Everything marked in plain figures and one price to all Is Fairs motto All of the latest patterns and styles in mens and boys Clothing CARSON Co Laces for everythsng this season Fairs are showing a big variety of them RestaurantHartfoldJ Jus arrived a fine assortment of Ladies and Misses Oxfords CARSON Cor Folks that want the newest in Ladies readymade Skirts come to Fairs Why dont you Those Steak Meals the City Restaurant serve are simply fine Try one when you are in HartfdrdI An antisaloon league has been organized at Rockport for tho pur pose of promoting sobriety and mor ality in the town and community No jewing or dickering inour Clothing department Always thq newest nt the very closest priceE Come to see us FAIR Coi Mrs JudgeJoln Wilson and son JohnAllen are the guests of Mrs Wilsons mother Mrs F H Allen Hawesville They will beabI sent about two weeks rfr ww F M Allen Centertown was a pleasant caller last Friday Miss Bee Heflin Centertown is the guest of Miss Minnie McIntire this week Everything new In spring an summer Dress GoodsCARSON Co Late styles in Millinery every week at Fairs If you want the latest visit them Messrs M L Heavrin and F L Sanderfur were in Owensboro yes terday Mr Herman Mauzy Livermore is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs WH Mauzy Our Voiles and Panama Cloths are the latest things under the sun- CARSON Co Leave your laundry at Cleve Iler grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 4Gtf The infant son of Mr and Mrs Will Park died at Narrows Monday and was buried Tuesday Mr Sam S Cox and sisters Misi Fannie and Mrs Isabel Birkhead I are the guests of relatives in Owens boro Miss Lyda Morton milliner for Carson 8 Co has the most upto date Hats in Hartford Call and se them CARSON Co Dr J R Silverthorn the dehtist who has located in Rockport per manentlywill be in Centertown Mon day April 17 for several days Residence prayer meetings have been hold during the entire week preparatory to the revival which be gins at the Court House next Mon day Cone to Fairs and let them sho you the most elaborate line of White Goods and Fancy Wash Goods from 5c to 25c that your eyes ever be held When in town dont fail to see A C Taylors line of Furniture and Ve hicles Coh C M Barnett has been with his family here for the past week Mrs Barnett is slightly if any im proved The sevices ofa trained nurse have been procured for herI We had to leave out two memory notices tend cut out some of the least important items from several news letters for want of this issue The notices will appear next week The Adelphian Literary Society ofI the Hartford College will give an open session tonight The subject for debate which is a very strong IebestThe hew born baby boy of MrI and Mrs S J Tichenor died at their home at McHenry last Sunday afternoon The remains were interred in the West Providence cemetery MonI day Toe REPUBLCAN extends con dolence to the bereaved parents Mrs S W Tihenor diedat her home near Matan sat an early hour Wednesday morning after a brief illness of pneumonia funeral services from theI West Point Baptist church yesterday at nine oclock by Rev B F Jenkins her remains were interred in the family burying ground Mrs Tich enor was a consistent member of the Baptist church and an estimable woman She leaves a husband four children and a host of relatives and 1 friends to mourn her demise The familyhave the sympathy of the en tirecommunity in their sad bereave L Little Miss Mary Anderson gave a birthday party Wednesday evening in honor of her eighth anniversary A number of little girls were present and engaged in v riousgari1est were highly little folks Those present were Misses Marie Ragland Morine Martin Lorine Black Caroline Long Nancy Ford Beulah Miller Mariam a Holbrook Helena Miller Katie and Mary Pendleton Louise Phipps Rebecca Shultz Evertin Thomas Williams Lelia GlennMary Felix Lucile Jirtle Win Simmerman Lurene Collins Al ce Foster Annie Eliza Keown Tina i VMissMorton Mrs Anderson inp entetah little people s- artdfru fIstedserved 4 J f License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Raglandsince our last report- S L J Pierson Reynolds age 53 AdalCentertown age 31 years to Ellen J Bishop Centertown age 20 years Mike Widick Echols age 30 years to Miss D L Williams age 21 years BEDA April 12On account of the pro tracted meeting at Nocreek Rev Moorman failed to preach at the M E church Sunday Walter Parks Southerlandvisited his father W Q Parks Sunday Mrs George Carson and little daughter visited her sister Mrs Dr Stewart Wednesday Several of the young people haves been attending the protracted meet ing at Nocreek- J D Chapman and little sons Hudson and Dallas Owensboro pent a few days last week with Mrs Cordelia Hoover Henry Pirtle and sister Mrs Belle Tabor of near Hartford were the guests of their sister Mrs Dr Stewart Sunday Miss Dena Hudson who has been visiting her sister Mrs Paris Bu ford has returned home MondayeMr and Mrs Bidwell Owensboro spent Sunday and Monday with the HBennettBUFORD April 12Rev R T Bruner filled his regular appointment here Satur day and Sunday Mrs C W Hussey of Evansville has moved back to her old home to RwBorn to the wife of Mr John Hoagland Sunday the 8th inst a fine girl- Misses Sue Williams and Audra Dexter of the Goshen neighborhood attended church here Sunday Mrs Roach of Southerland Sta tion is visiting her daughter Mrs Jack Kirk Ernest Newton of Earlington vis ited relativedhere the last few days He will returned home the 11 Mrs Josie Coleman is some better this writing S H Riley went to Owensboro Monday Miss Ella Herring and mother of Beaver Dam Visited Burch Bell and family Saturday Mr Wilbert King and wife QfI Bells Run visited her parents MrI Mrs Johnson Wigington Sun dayW N Blair of Goshen visited his brother Walter Blair and wife Sunday Having opened up anew and complete line of Furniture and Vehicles in my new building on Main street I desire to have everybody who comes to Hartford to visit my store and see my line of goods Assuring one and ill that a hearty welcome is ex tended at all times A c TAYLOR SA1ALLHOUS April 1Born to Mr and Mrs Alonzo France on Tuesday AprilI 4th a gMIlIelfrick Bishop has moved to Cen tertown Messrs 0W Overhults and Ross Morton Hartford were at their homes here Saturdayand Sunday- S T Hunter went to Rockport Sat urdayJake Barnard hd the misfortune of losing ahorse a few days ago I It was taken with hydrophobia and to be killed It was bitten I by a dog owned by Louis Geiger Mr Bob Bennett Beda is the guest of Alva Calloway Miss Altha Addington is teaching I spring school in this vicinity 4 and Char 4todayOwen Hunter went to Monday f I Fencing t Page Woven Wire Fence COIlt Wire Cheaper than I last a life time Posts from t to sixty feet a part Quickly I- ut up andeasily moved For anyI 1SonIifJ A Large Line 1 Of beautiful patterns of Battings can now be had I 1 hero for 12c to 30c per yard If you need Mat ting dont fail to look at our lino for they are at the very low prices and the mo t beautiful patterns 4 A large line of Factory Cotton can be had for 5c a yard Bed Ticking Shirting Cottonade Carpet Warp Quilt Wadding Unbleached Cotton Cali cos Ginghams Ribbons Embroideries Ladies Beltsifcchave arrived in largo quantities andwill be sold at very low prices I I Liens ClothingI 1 IVa have added an additional line of spring and t I summer Clothing also a largo line of Odd Pants of beautifulpatterns We can give you an elegant 1 Spring Suit of light or dark colors for 550 A pair of Pants of fine pattern for140 Wo have I a fancy lino of Mens Top Shirts which wo are sell I ing for 45c IDont forget that we have just receiv I eda largo line of Slippers for risen and women 1Also a fine line of Shoes I I I 1 I Mens Hats We have tho latest styles in Hats Wo can give I you a nice Hat from 100 to 250 A lot of oth er ggods that has just como in which are not men tioned here Como in and take a look 1j For Latest Spring Styles SAM BACH Hartford Ky TANS THE REPUBLICAN 10 Per Cent 1 Reduction SaleaIn order to make room for our immense stock of Spring Goods wo will commencing Monday April 101905 make a reduction of 10 per con ton Shoes Clothing Hats Caps and Ladies Skirts Having established a cash system which has been a success beyond our expectations we are able to luu Ild checks of all hinds ay JOe on the dollar Our prices are the lowest consistent with quality I Remember the date April 10th to 30th II Drug Department Being in charge of an able pharmacist we aro pooti pared to supply your wants in an able andsatis factory manner All row fresh drugs at lowest prices No substituting Bring us your produce highest unarket price paidIThe Brown Mercantile Core lNCOl PQl Arln McHpnry Ky 0k x r VM w t t 1 J CONDENSED STORIES Effect of Jacob Rili Smile on a Crowd of Newsboys Some people have noticed the re semblance in mouths and teeth tween Jacob Hiis and Prestdc Roosevelt says the New York Ti111 This resemblance once meant a deal to 100 newsboys They hi been treated to one of their famous dinners where juicy cart wheel mince pies were the star number of the menu Jacob Itiis and the chief of police were standing at the back of the dining hall where the feast was served watching the boys file in i I BAY CULLY ATE UP DE MISTS lust as they were seated the pie platebeganUiis had commented on the nun her of pies before the boys entered and he now noticed that twothird- of them were gone J Where arc the 0 he the chiefUPut away in the blouses sva the answer and done so slick the no cop has ever been able to catch them at itIItJunderstoodpiesThe note of tli titableI say cully theres Teddy Roose yell up there grinning at us Ant up do pies I S Andas ifby magic his and tit juvenileblouses hundred piesViscMalneaJI1TheOJmillionairexebec was elected governor of Maine in 18G2 The following spring he visited the Maine troops in the Armof tjltieof one of the regiments arrange ments were made for the governor to siHelumberman but did not excel in or th- atory After a few commonplace remarks he evidently thought his he position as chief executive of thewi state demandedsomething mor oserenod raising his voice to the highest pitch he shouted gcliegcfromFO do I You are an honor to your that state and so am 1 Tho remainder of the speech was drowned by laughter and cheer Boston HeraldmlmeWrong J1Ubprhoodamour time dishes the taiThiswith custard between the layers and whApathemhis order was placed upon the table he saw that it was made of dioco late instead of ordinary custard Pshaw1 said he I thought they knew 1 meant George imdno Booker rXew York mes guest byMUSICAL Marvelous facts are given to us bycuj the hardworking scientists Many of the inconspicuous members of the lower order have been brought to our respectful admiration by tit naturalists Now it is the slim snail that commands our iidmira tion A German scientist points out that the snail crtn draw immense years wei h tland now a Frenchman1dano claims that there are few if un un nu which have a keener apprcciaX of cLmmnnttmgufIoO u T b y Ao- r uralist is 5 r M S Tour ain and he expresses his views on the subject in a paper which he has read to the French Biological society Place some snails on a of glass ho willIhiehnta on coil lice csfingers and rubbing them around a thindhis may be the next vaudeville novelty Does the Senator Remember Dont you remember the box of flowers in front of the cabin door when you were a boy Dont you member the violets growing there asked Senator Pettus in a recent speech Do we senator Well we guess yes And gee whiz the sore eiitgoin in swimmin in the meadow dam and the soreness just south of the back from the maternal palm tthomeator And the mumps and the measles and the tone bruise on the heeland the feeling of exultant pride which swept through our whole system after we hadlickcil the fellow who dared to knock n chip nil our shoulder 1 Ah senator dont againtenter The Chloroform Age There was nothing new in Dr Qz lers little joke about applying chlo roform at the age of sixty idea antedates the discovery of ch roform by twentylive centuries or so One of the Greek islands in the JEgean sea is called Ceos The traditions of this island lire exceedingly old The place is chiefly renowned now for its raisins but there was a time when it was famous for its laws The excellence of these law was so generally recognized that the infoea i laws which forbade n citizen in din in Enevclnllaelsbe years n us tofhe Newspaperstnewspa ngnlenclutuArkansas Back Log California the Con the Wasp and the Tomahawk Yesicrdcae tie rllthe Unit the Xucleus and the Fire Kentucky the Salt Pivcr JCes lie 0cell Daa rginia is the Irrepressible 3Iis has the Crank and the Enter Wyoming reads Bill Hal s Budget Philadelphia Ledger toTheA contributor to a recent number the London Strand declares tit William II Seward statue dison New York city theUstatue of two people at once sculptor according to the was approached b the com mitteeintrustedtriththQercetion ofno Seward statue and was asked to abate his price I cannot do that said but I will tell you what I do I have a statue of Lincoln which has been left on my cityIand fix it that way He and the head of William II has stood the broad ulders of Abraham Lincoln from day to this Alaskas Wild Animals Very rich in remarkable wild ani are the mountainous andre BritishColumbia and Kadiak bear the largest in world the largest moo e known sea otter and the Alaskan moun sheep What is thought to bo leers new species of herr has also been 1whiterparentle a Will Fight No More Bulls and ofSpainwealthytof honor at a ease fterllethedalusian wife with mill due ceremony blood her husbands colita or cue bullfighters badge conMilequips doomed Its uselessness in this con nection has been realized for many and a proposition that it be away with is understood to the of the authorities time United States Will depart mlntorc IT FOR THE LITTLE ONES How to Make a Mysterious Bag For Use In Parlor Magic Make two hags each about n f long lullsix inches wide of soh togcthhisinside the other Next innkcii num klto it which uluybc fastened down by n slight elastic band Place these about two inches spurt between tho two Lags sewing one side of tIll pocket to one bur and the other side to the other Make slits through justfn your hand in the bags and inserting your thumb and flag through these slits you may bGi to the pockets timid brit of them whatever they costal It is of course necessary that a va riots of articles should be put in till jackets Before commencing t you may turn the bug iui any number of times so that your audience stay conclude that it 1 quite empty lou can then cause to appear ordisappoar any number of articles a nature much to the amusement of your audience Scissors Crossed or Not Crossed ler one in turn posse to h neighbor n pair of scissors snail either I give you nn scissors cross edor I give you iuy scissors un crossed If the player says the first he must carelessly and in a nat legsloor r ever his speech is 1 glue you my scissors uncrossed he must be care ful to both hands separate Those uninitiated in this net I der themselves liable to forfeit without knowing why their sur prise until followed by an explana tion adding to the amusement Candle Trick How would rou arrange with a room full of people to place a candle such a position that nIl but DI would sec it and that person toil ctAB not be blindfolded Place the candle upon the head of tlC person who is not to see it Should there bo a mirror in the room and should this person male use of it he would not see the hut only its rellectionEThe Part He Didnt Like A schoolteacher met a bright lit youngster on his way to school other dulyand asked in an in tcre ted way Do you like to go to school Wil 0 promptkI dont like the pert in between EagletBiggest Building In tho World The biggest building the world is ever likel to sec is the great gyro mid of Cheep scar Cairo This 100000 rasa thirty years to It is Oil feet high and covers thirteen acres of ground Every threeintPut a Nose on Him Here is n very interesting cutout trick The man in the picture nose You are to cut out tit hoary block number from 1 to 9 t place them one ofa time in the Bydoing 4canISIOO Ruward S10O Ireaders of this paper will be Ito learn that there is at one dreaded disease that science been able to cure in all itsstages that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh is the only positive cure now to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis and requires a constitutional treat Halls Catarrh cure is taken acting directly upon the and mucous surface of the s stem thereby destroy ing the founda FIIpatientstrengthtution and assisting natut e in n proprietorshaveso faC1IJrSoldTake Halls Fllmil Pills for stipationm7 I r Henry I Wattersonsbe Letters from Europe Will b- e1A Leading Feature inIOf The CourierJournal 1905dofhrre wi 1 tnlns nihff Ml met vr drpurtnirns all union In inlr com 1 tt Newnpapi r Moll Rates Doily Courier Journul 1 Yr 6 8iflgCOURIIiRIUUKXAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By u Special ArrutiRcitit you CUlt Ret the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN and time WKLY COURIERJOURNAL both ono ycnr lor only SlSo ntot suhsrnbrm un vr lh ciMiihicn tlnn near mus h SI thlllotls nlHIREPUBLICAN tfficr aesn tli t u JUwirs BtwU tuglatate fIl Prom tl obtstnMoraofee Write or our CONFIDENTIALLETTER before obtain PATENTS THAT PAY- and help Inrentori to IUCCTM photo or krteh eedweeend- IMMeDIATe PRB ON PAT lffeterNat at SOSSOT 711 St WASIIiNGTON D C OAsXonXASeas the TteKiadYoaHin Atari B sW Slghrt Y401 OpportunityWe i in this locality to sell I the WHEELER I WILSO Sewing Machine We can offer ex inducements to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pable of development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT OYC- CWheelerWllsonMfqto t 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CICAOO Do You Nee- dPrirvting I If you do we are ready to take your order for anything you need in the printing line We print A Envelopes per 500 SlOO Letterheads per roam of 500 125- Noteheadsj per ream of 500 100 Statements per want of 500 100 a Hi II heads per ream of 500 125 100eBusiness Cardsrisiting Cards Wedding Invitations Circulars Dodgers all sizes of Ilund Hills in faet everything thut is printed in a firstrln s jiiiiut shop Prices lowest Give us your order Work promptly attended to THE REPUBLICAN Q e ar ts I 1 1 PatiolahllIIlritnllrt hrltnIo1 11011 Jni lit wlrnnf rind well PANOLA hR n qti 01 r i ina n n pprpi O Car rrh nl the 1IrFrhtIt StoiMch 1 Iv er Kinmt- vtt tGrpp 4nri i rnirfl irblllly Martf l v l I IFTCIirtHII Ill Ml J MACAL Co Inc For s L hIJ H WILLIAMS of on t Our free proposition FREE ItdaaactrhtttOtmacltPawdt- eI and have sorer tried It 1Ieu50 Rend us herewith Wo will then send you an order on tour dro Klat for fullsized tattle tree and wa will tOY your drunrUt our lves tar It obligation whatever Wont you let us at our extxmsc show you tho wart Carlstedls German Lifer Powder Is sold In two sizes 25cund sl C M IIJIHXTT C Rmu 1w 6 HiIT r tiITII IIU ttK1SrtI LAW iitiit roitu hli- samptnrtbthrltproMrlunlb nil sIrautln 110tllIIIIntliiriHlr Oillnlliili N llil Hir rrilrtlit1 nt film IlnrleilrvnLwA FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law ii tier Mitt n UY Will iiMfiltt ht iiftloulrn U Ohio end itil Jnlnlniiciiiintr mid Mi itw Court of upvitU 1111111 IYALeHonl nehdeln- umrla Ibe llrrnbl Imlldlnit CHAS M CROWE laAWYELRt HAtmxKi KY Win iirniiiln M prulrlan lii nil the mart Xdlil i It n 1 mljilulhtf + IIII and lu fl roar- at AiwflU Hprciiil mtrutinn den iy dlniliml rtnrllmnil rnllrtlluiK lat rurnrr Jlnr LrlnedetrrelrrbTbomotubrr aplatlre JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 HARTFORD KY Nlrra lu rullrrtaemIIfl- rbl fora Ar nUu SuMtr InlJlr fur OMnr na- ly Uelrnnrfhldpnhhrqunr t R R VVHDDTTOG Attorney at Law HAHTFORD KY fYI14rrnll5nrtirnscetrt1NINufurlrefuhrCtr SOlIIIItIllrIIblu== == fS M I IICAVIIIV KIIMWI lllUl ilEA VRIN Be WOODWARD 0 f0 t1Ch l hitcvG l- n INr11N0 hr 11 Vill IIla1IIIIblnqy roUtlW H BARNES e tIlUniiniiii ttr- moilr4tlhlpndrluNlaallliarCnarl r llbliiiiiiilHilJ4iliiiirruaiitlmniid INthruarl ilpprnb Mrlrt nttrntlun vlll cltm to ulhrUoaI MOSLEYj VI IJ yr rrIIhIlnldlIIttAHIW II AlrnSntnrJluLlk limivnTrrKliTlNHlliiDHi hank 60 YEARS Et PERIENCE TRADC MARKS r DtllQNt AcAnronueerteln Our orlllon newhether n rmmnnllIonlOlllollent fra lIIdHI e lu tln receivetIScientific Jlmcrican Ahandanmellillmtrtiedweeklr Tyrant rlrlfanr urnal Term M T tInifawnrrPaint end lrlnC mt PractIce ulullve1rWtlle or com w at IU Klmtk OBaWAOHINGTON0C Constipated and Bilious Sufferers 7 KidneyssuchDysentery a bilious type we will give you an order your druggist and pay him for n Diarrhea bottle at Dr Garlsiedfs German Liver Powder BOTTLE ChledlsGtrmuveryfaciIIIIWIIIt 1- iwrlliNlteaab LaiAiiprul IDreach COUPONCor I It to The AmericanIharmacaltenvantlllelnd blanks And malls iJ Ifbirdlacasois- r youUkeIL trIS Glrerulluddrra p JIN II IVrltebtunlr Forgaile by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky t td Jw ver 19 Hours Saved to Mexico By the superb double daily ser ice over the Iron Mountain Rouse nd its connections the shortest and uickest line from St Louis to City if Mexico through Sun Antonio and aredo Through Pullman sleepers wily leaving St Louis 221 p m and i20 p m Elegant Dining Car ser ice Wonderful Mexico is nttract ng the investor and pleasure seeker ow rates liberal stop over privi eges Now is the time to go For lescriptlve literature rates etc ce nearest Ticket Agent or address L T G Matthews T P A Room SOI Norton Hldg LouisvilleKy tf 1 odol Dyspepsia Cure Quests what you eat Tbeemootbetttill end tik- eCANDY LY CATHARTIC CANDYniiint Do end13ceotperbozAddrit Rimedj ChicaGo Nsw KEEP YOUR CLEAN ftlM WII1J iiFREE t theITwo Weeks Free Tuition in Owensboro Business University Individual instructions from a large and 1 competent faculty Every Graduate se cures employment Free membership in the Y M gymnasium and libraryIWrite for full information- A I M FISHER II M and other ills produced by diseased kidneys can ho cured ARGON OIL is tho remedy its eflect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you not satisfied your money rhier fully refunded Ask you Druggist 96c 50c L OIL CO I 130 West Main St Louisville Ky hA BUSINESS UUIIJ man or young woman who would win euccew ill This beiiii couceiln it is of first importance to training at the school that iu the very front rank BRYANT STRATTON Business Colltge N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teacher each ne a special SHORTHAND Ut iu his line Write for K heauiitul bok riving e TYPEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions UuHed Statesit will he mailed tu you FREE School open the year Students cau enter at any um 4 EJ WRIGHT President OUR RATES rTHE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125ril- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Humid 250 TIE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 Till REPUBLICAN rind Home and Farm 125 rUE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and ttMmnplitiin 325 TUB REPUBLICAN and fwiccn OwcnsbuIUItHlui Iel 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TviceaWeok O born Messenger 175 I J Ii ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY iNrniiroiuTtii Talk being cheap necessary you should patronize bome folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own be In talking distance with whole coun i ttandbuslness points generally by omy paying a reasonable rent to the orltyou aay so connect with all Independent Companies For partlcu s call on ST Stevens Manager 4 Hartford Ky IJ RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A prescriptionFor The a not paeketteenoogkfor occaIon Tbetamtljr 60 cent eontalaia supply orajrear Alldraggeteaetlkealy s + THEBOWELS bebowelsebowels slur dun Is to OD haltb J- Slerllno Compinr Of York BLOOD C A Pr- esRIIIOMATIS are will be ARGON EDUCATIONI life get your stand Ky all over the all CLUBBING St and lines and the We lif naval CATARRH REMEDY Is Sure to GIVE Satisfaction ELYS CREAM BALM liven relief at unc ItclenitMii soothe end heals th dl aMHnirin tirnne ItrnmCntarrh OLDINHEADiprotect tfttfMcnibntliB Hmiom thouses o tint nnd inrll Fall alir Ilk rot drairglsts or br mull Trlnl cite 1H by mnll EIV HIIOTIIEItSWI VnrreuStrretXnrYork EVERYBODY f IWJIrjJik OVER THE HOUSE IALL Kor Painting Kitchen Walls and Floors To paint n wall for the first time n coat of glue sizing is necessary in order thrt the lime and the plaster may not kill the paint Melt one poinnl of glue in two and a half quarts of water juul apply quite wnrm with n largo brush This will dry in five hours hat the second equnlItlas11orthree parts turpentine one part to thin tIll lund Add one quart of j good varnish to n gallon of paint to make n listing gloss The colors greeni thoIcracks Let dry n day or two Sand paper smoothly mid then paint Use tiny good paint and for the first two coats make quite thin withone half oil nnd half turpentine The twentyfourhours to forty hours For the last coat use onethird varnish and twothirds paint Apply warm and brush out twentyfourhours Finger Nails and Health It has long been known to doc tors that the shape and pf the finger nails form Important factors in the diagnosis of disease Thus long nails usually indicate physical weakness and a tendency to consumption Where the nails are long and bluish they indicate had circulation This sumo type of nail but shorter denotes tendency to throat affections Short small nails often indicate heart disease Where they are short fiat and sunken you may look for nervous disorders There lire of course many excep tions to these rules- Leftovers of Soap The smallest leftovers of soap may be used by placing the bits to gether in n email bag of linen or cheesecloth and tying securely BO that none of them can escape The bag is used in precisely the same Wily ns a tablet of soap would be the soap oozing freely through the fabric when the otter ill iiriinerscd in water For the bath a soap bag is rather soapbeingUte whole easier to manage Lamps and Wicks Lamp chimneys arc made much stronger if when new they are covered with cold water set over the fire and the water is let come to a boilLamps should be emptied and washed out once each week A short wick is poor economy A short dirty wick causes poor light and the light is no brighter for sewing n new wick on to the end of the old dirty one Household Hints Whip cream in a pitcher It whips moro quickly than in an open bowl spatterPumpkin squash are better boilingA before beating an egg increases tho amount of froth A pinch of salt hastens its coming Oysters for frying may bo rolled in cornmeal and no egg is needed Advice on Care of Teeth Where tho enamel of the teeth is very thip excessive brushing should thoroughbrushing tho use of a mouth wash after each READ THIS Bowling Green Ky June121901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mor Dear SirI have used your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder troubles and can cheerfully recommend it to all suffering from kidney and bladder trouble RespectfullyJ A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery f cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent bymaion receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and set dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr EW Hall sole manufacturer PO box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mosax preservethe A Sowing Hint To keep track of thread when sewing or crocheting benda hairpin outward so the ends will he two inches apart then bend half an inch inward put the ends in a spooland hang on a button of the dress or fasten with a safety pin Removing Mildew Stain Mildew is ono of the most dim cult stains to remove Rub well with brown soap then apply n paste of chalk and water and put the art cle In the sun After two or three implications the mildew will lw blenched out Moth Prevention When putting away furs and woolen articles for the summer carefully wrap each article separately in news paper und put pieces carbon cupboard moths Care of Tinware Tinware rubbed over with fresh lard and thoroughly hcatc1 in tho oven before it is used will near putInSIMULTANEOUS CHESS What is known ns simultaneous chess is n very popular recreation of the masters In this ns in blindfold gameslJUtS Bernstein of Berlin recently en gaged seventyfive boards at one and tho same time Pillsbury has en gaged as high as fifty strain on the mint is not go great as in blindfold chess and the master walking around and arouml circles of boards is able to engage them one uftcr another w comparative specialized ful performance Naturally such a mind concentrated on role board displays the most precise foresight for not only docs the muster know fair ly Well iii advance just the kind of moves he will make throughout a game but his knowledge of its tech nique enables him to divine the kind of moves his opponent willmake It comes very near to mind rending Everybodys Magazine New Yorks Star Club Men J J Morgan figures as the star clubroman of New York lie is a member of thirtyfive chins and his dues amount to more than 7 000 a year August Bclmbnt comes next with n membership in thirty Depewinto twontynine clubs John Taeob Astor to twentyone and George Gould to twentyseven Of the Van derbilts W K Vanderbilt Sr is the premier club member lie has joined eighteen clubs but they are the cream of the lot Just a few of them are the Metropolitan Kniek erbocker Union Players Ilucket Coaching Country Meadowbrook timid St Nicholas any one of which confers social distinction upon a member Every one of these gentle men pays 5000 or more a year in club dues and subscriptions Malini Turned the Trick The entertainer known as Malini recently performed some of his card tricks before a gathering which in cluded till cueen At the close one of the visitors asked Malini to teal him how much money he lead in his pockets That is easilyclone replied the magician To allow of no deception Malini was blindfolded and at his request the visitor placed all the money on a table in full view of the specta tors There was n dead silence for a few seconds You are quite sure It is nil on tho table Quito sure Then sir you harono mone in your pockets No one enjoyed this simple trick more than the queen who chaffed the victim on his temporliry pov erty London Chronicle i Most Sober People In France According to a statistician tho people of Paris mire among the most sober of France Each one of them only drinks annually on an average 217 liters of wine and the same quantity is consumed by the inhab itants of Bordeaux and Angoulcme Nice is the thirstiest place for tho consumption there is 27G liters per head Next to Nice comes St Etienne in the Loire with 265 liters In the matter of spirits only- eight liters represent Paris in tho statistics as against seventeen for Havre sixteen for Nantcs fourtecn for BoulognosurMcr ton fir Ca lais and soolk London Telegraph Capital Social Rivalry Mrs Fairbanks wife of the vice president is planning quite anelab orate social cainpaign ono likely to make on epoch in tho nnals of tho capital Signs indicate that there r t I n t t 3 I i s J CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS CoodUse STRONG AgainIs Stovallof Tilton Qau said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds otherwe- akywomen being restored perfect health by this rem edy YOU maybe well you will take itIndlgestloncaustt nearly the sick ness that women have It deprives the system 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 the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes tho body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchlngheartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat lIar twttte bold tl amu II sack II te t- I trial a ee sue elec of are il to If all of of rnpand et u Lab I ertryefaODWItta Niilil by Z WAYNE tlKI riN THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner To Consumptives- The undersigned haying been restored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx ious tomake known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of theI prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and Jung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedyas it is invaluable Those desiring the prescriptionwhich will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32ry will be at least a certain sort of rivalry between her and Mrs Roosevelt The close friends of both repudiate any such idea but others are ol the opinion that the coming season will see two moons shining in the social firmament In any event it seems clear that the dual splendor will make the second Roosevelt administration one of historic social brilliance e Our Up Country Cousin The greatest mistake that Canada ever made was in failing to join the other colonists in the rising of 1775 against England Had Canada done this she would constitute ten or bythistimeof 0000000 as she has now and would bo part of tine greatest coun beingdependency a away =St Louis GlobeDemocrat Bishop Potter and the Women When Bishop Potter was asked tho other day what he thought of wom an suffrage he made time diplomatic replyIfy dear madam J have got away beyond that I am trying to make tho best terms with time sex that I tan obtain This brings to mind the mot of William M Evarts when asked by thatwomt 1He replied Not 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January Court ol Claim Conrenee lIt Monday In JiLl nnryTneeday alter second Monday In October Other Officers J II Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Aieeecor Beda Jalnee DeWeee School Superintendent Hartford Den L Davis Coroner Sulphur Spring 7utieaCeurts-h I F Hudson Bearer Dam It 18 tOe0WMartInDalretownFebruary 14 Angast 20 November 11- JnoM Graham Narrowt Febrnary 28lfayi2 August 29 November IX T A Evan FordsvilleJpnuaryy 15 May 7 Antroet 27 wbr 5 J A Illcka Buford February T May 9 Aug net 12 Norember 7 W A none CentertownFebruary 9 May 11 August 24 November 9- DJ Wilcox nockportFebruary 20 Maya August 55 November 1- 4Ttavrtfora X cllce CourtJno D WUon Judge C E Smith City At torney 8 r Barnett Marehal Court con renes second Monday In eachmonth 31110u SrvlcM E Church Son th Senrlce third Sunday each month atilamand 7 p mand second 4dayBaptltt Church Serrlres held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday Bight rnJ fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday erenlng Rev J II Burnett pastor 0 P Church Senrlce lIt Sunday In each month at Ha manclT p m RvJDMar ned pattor School TrusteesUartfordJas P Miller J Glenn 8 T Steven D M Mocker JII D Car ton Jon C Itlley City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor 8 A Anderson Clerk Dr B J Wedding W 8 Tins + ey A C Taylor M L llearrln T J Morton Coonclimenw sekt EootttaA 0 U W meet lIt and third Friday night In each month Hartford Lodge No CTS F A AMatonitnt Monday night la each month Hartford Tent No W Knights of the Macca bee every Thursday night Rough Rlrer Lodge No 110 Knlghti of Py thl a meet every Tuesday night Preston Morton Pot No 4 O A R holdngeafar meetlngi Saturday before Brit month Thousands of Aeries 9t For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural i and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and free reclining chair ors HomeaeeHer Excursions girth and third Tuesdays of each month Descrlptlre literature mops pamphlets folders etc on application HC TOWNSEND R TO MATTHEWS FelPtnrdiegPuuasnlpatBLIAUIt CA ISt fC9 3EI ZA Hears theitspad Yes Hue Always Bona 61Cgr p VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHahrRenewer Always restores c lortoiny hair all the dark rich colorit used to have The hair stops aUfDg grows long and heav andalladandruff disc ears An elc ant dressrn2JttLWu if4 F t ri hruiw a ta C jJ So T I r- r I I y r l l I t1 I I iJrj y i i f r ROYALt i- l Baking Powder Saves HealthT- he rI use of Powder is h E essential to the healthfulneSs of the ni family food 1 q Yeast ferments the food t Alum baking powders are injurious lf Royal Baking Powder saves health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK A Hartford Republican r FRIDAY APRIL 14 County Court Orders I The following orders have been entered by the County Court since the regular March 1905 term of CourtMarch 13th J W Arnold was ap pointed and qualified as administra tor of Dr W H S Cobb March 15th John H Barnes was appointedand qualied as admihistra tor for Joe Read Shultz Mardi 16th W H Park was ap pointed as road surveyor of Hart ford and Leitchfield road March loth Mrs George B Sor gent was appointed and qualified ai guardian of Yandell Sorgant March 20th Granville Baize wa appointed road surveyor in room of Len Crowe and W E Martin in roon of Addis Martin March 30th Mrs Laura A Stevens was appointed and qualified as ad ministrator of S T Stevens REGULAR APRIL TERM I F F Smith and others motion fo f new road continued for report of I i opening commissioner Ruled to re port at next term of court Wilson Russell committee of Char lott Russel settlement order to recordS Cox guardian of Thoma Galloways hehs settlement ordered to record T H Black committee of Emily I Black settlemet ordered to record David Smith administrator of W D Smith settlement ordered tr recordElizabeth B Renfrow guardian of A V Days heirs settlement or dered to record Y L Moseley administrator of- T J Bryant appraisement ordered a1tprecord Charlie Kimbley administrator o- fIF M Kimbley appraisement order to record George F Mitchell admidistrator Sue Mitchell settlement ordered record Jack Smith and others motion for t local option at Fordsville continued i for election Commonwealth against James W Wedding charged with bastardy continued by agreement Cal P Keown Sheriff of Ohio county settlement continued fort hearing on acception to report Shelby Rock guardian of Dora Rock settlement ordered to record i D Ford and others motion foro r cal option election in Hartford elec i tion ordered for May 9th t John B Wilson administrator of Martha Brown settlement continued for exceptions John B Wilson administrator of- F M Daugherty settlement contin- uedt for exceptions R R Wedding administrator of James R Coppage settlement con tinued for exceptions Harrison Austin administrator of R H Austin appraisment and salt bill continued for exceptions- I N Lanham administrator off Eoctha Evans appraisement and sat 4 bilcontinued for exceptions- Wt P Stevens rdministrator of John McCormick appraisement and I salebill continued for exceptions G B Likens guardian of Lau rence B Cannon report continued r forexceptionsHayden and others motion for change in road petitioi j Lied and Joseph Shultz Alonzo Phil x aersal na 1 lo J B wley appoint o commissioners to view route- S L Fulkerson and others motion for local option election at Rock ort andIEllisC A Lindleymotion for es tablishment of a ditch to drain public- I road ditch established Lon Barnard appointed to open same I W C Knott motion for establishment of ditch to drain public road motion dismissed TERM APRIL S ISPECIAL appointed and quali of G L Evans deceasedAmelia Render appointed and qualified as administrator of G E Render deceased John R Phipps appointed and qualified Deputy Sheriff for Ohio countyR Lee Simmerman appointed and qualified as guardian of Annie Rowe Calvert RENDER April 1Judge L Francis and wife haveleft for Herrin 111 to visit for a few days Jno S Sepnce was in Central City last Wednesday Simon Stevens Postmaster return I ed from Louisville last Friday after- aI weeks vacation- PI K Salsburg and daughter Miss Lettie went to Central City last FridayDr H B Innis was in Rockport last Saturday Isaac Oser returned from Hawes ville last Saturday after a weeks I absenceG Roll was in Beaver Dam last Saturday I Messrs Richard Francis and James I Cates of Central City were here last Sunday Mrs Robert Francis arrived from Linton Ind last Sunday to be the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Jake McIntyre for a few weeks Gus Deitle of Taylor Mines was here last Sunday McDowell Fair was in Hartford I last Sunday G L Miller Cloverport was here yesterday I Ed Mossbarger of Louisville was here yesterday WS Vick Owensboro was here yesterdayDavid left for his home in Herbert yesterday after visiting his I son John for the past three months Messrs Ed and Jno Barnes of j Taylor Mines were here yesterday Len McGavock of Cloverport was here today- EI H Massey Louisville was here today J R Scott of Paducah alas here todayMessrs Wilbur Tinsley and E M Woodward of Hartford were here todayH I Jones of Dovey Mines was the guest of his brotherH W Jones yesterdayT of Depoy was here to dayMrs E S Ried is visiting in Her rin 11- 1MrsI Lylian Neighbors of East I Prarie Mo is the guest of her par ents Judge L Francis and family at this writing I W H Minor of Central City was here today I Dr Henry Smith of Prentis was todayA has moved his fami ly here from Beaver Dam PLEASANT RIDGE I April HThere is soon to be a 4 4 Bank of Equity established at this place The capital stock has near ly all been subscribed and the business of this new concern will be pushed as rapidly as practicable- Mr Gilbert of Chicago was in the Ridge Tuesday trying to sell the safe for the new bank The fixtures for the other new bank which is a branch of the Kentucky State Bank have already arrived and the safe will be put in in a few days The work on the exchange will be commenced in a short time They have about 50 subscribers already Westerfield Bros will put in their new saw hill in a few days Farmers are all very busy and preparations are being made fora very large crop The A S of E had a fine meeting at the school house Saturday even ingThe Ladies Aid Society has reorganized again They meet every Wednesday afternoon Prof S E Turner is making preparations for an entertainment at the close of his school The plays have been selected and they will be gin rehearsing in a short time Misses Carrie and Stella Woerner and Ethel Westerfield of Hartford visited friends here Saturday and SundayWarren Lindley and daughters and son of Point Pleasant visited his daughter Mrs Dr Tichcnor last weekMisses Bertha Westerfield and I Stella Hazelrigg of Masonville vis ited friends here Friday Mrs Oma Cox anti little son John Kennedy of Philpot visited their parents Mr and Mrs John Wester field last week Little Edgar Sparks son of Char lie Sparks died Saturday night of complication of diseases His re mains burned in the Utica cemetery Sunday Gone to Rest On Monday February 13 1TO5 the death angel visited the home of Mrs Hanna Burton and took from her her only daughter Ivy She professed religion about two years ago and lived a devoted Christian life until God called her home Ivys body is still in death But her soul has fled To that home beyond the sky Where there will be no more sor row and pain Weep not dear mother For the loved one who has gone But strive to meet her In the great beyond We miss you darling Ivy For you we call in vain In thy narrow bed youre sleeping Oh wake and come again We miss thy gentle footsteps Thy laughing tones are hushed How still lies thy folded hands Sweetly sleeps thy precious dust Thou art resting angel Ivy Upon thy Saviors breast And we missed you darling When we laid you with the rest She has gone to a world above Where saints and angels meet To realize our Saviors love And worship at his feet MATTIE AND MELVIN y OAK GROVE April 12School at this place closed last Friday evening with a grand reception the music was fur nished by Prof A E Sanderfurs class and was enjoyed by all pres ent Mr 0 C Hocker of Deer Lick was the clown for the occasion Mr F E Keown of Hartfordwas united in marriage to Miss Vada Smith of Green River J E Davidson Hartford visited round county last Saturday The farmers are busy planting cornMessrs C D Barnes A V Leach and Earl Smith who have been at tending school at this place have entered school at Hartford The singing school at this place is progressing nicely under the man agement of A H Stewart The social at T C Crowders w highly enjoyed by all present- C L Stevens Vine Grove has completed his course in instrumental music under Prof A E Sanderfur- A V Leach left here after sur veying the country at this place Getty Ambros Cromwell visited the home of Sam Rafety Sunday High Pressure Days Men and women alike have to work incessantly with brain and hand to hold their own nowadays Never were the demands of business + a i f Lo j t the want ofthe family the require ments of society more numerous The first effect of the praiseworthy effort to keep up with all these things is commonly seen in a weaken ed or debilitated condition of the nervous system which results in dys pepsia defective nutrition of both body and brain and in extreme cases in complete nervous prostration It is clearly seen that what is needed is what will sustain the system give vigor and tone to the nerves and keeps the digestive and assimilative functions healthy and active from personal knowledge we can recom mend Hood Sarsaparilla for the purpose It acts on all the vital organs builds up the whole system and fits men and women for these highpressure days Tht New Trade Mark Law A copy of the New Law of Trade Mark will be sent free to any one interested in Trade Mark Protection by C A Snow S Co opposite Pa tent Office Washington D C FRSLEFT LAST WEEK SMAllIIOU5IApril G Ernest Stewart and Miss Jbssic Robinson Hollin were the the guests of Misses Ida and Altha Addington Saturday night and Sunday Lee n Overhuls and Miss Ethel Hunter attended church at Center town Sunday Alva Calloway went to Beda Sunday and returned via Hartford MondayLittle Mitt Martha Renter left Friday morning for Rochester she will go from there to Louisville where she and her little sister Annie will enter the Masonic Orphans Home Martha ha been the truest of her uncleH D Hunt for sometime and has by her sweet winning ways en deared herself to all who knew her and shewill be greatly missed The social given by Mrs M P Maddox Saturday eveningwas greatly enjoyed by all present Mr and Mrs Jesse Hill Mr M P Maddox Miss Oma Maddox anti Ed Hunter were atCeralvo Saturday Notice As I had to return home I will leave my books with Mr E D Oldham Anyone desiring to settle for their colt can settle withhim 3Stf F W CREAGER Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along tho line of th- eMOLINTAIN r ON ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through PuUman a epnjl and Ittt roetlnlng chart car IIomeeeKer Excursions flral and third of each month Descriptive literaturt maps pamphlets lowers etc on appliCation H C lOWSSEKP RTOIUTTHWS ro7r4u4ti Tntili3 fumtt Iptl 1 1N13 101111 mil A r- I Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this of fice cheap e w vieeso+ e BIG FOUR I The Best Line toI1lndanapoliat t Chicago I Toledo + P Detroit i Cleveland i IBuffalo I II+ And all other points East f Information cheerfully fur t1 nished on application at City I Ticket Office Big Four No II 259 Fourth avenue or write to A r IGenl1Louisville Ky I Sre6The Wonderful Stallion GOEBEL Will make the season of 1905 at E Dr Oldhams stable near Beaver Dam 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 marc parted with A lien will be retained on colt until seasonfee is paidI This magnificent horse is pronounced by the best judges of horse flesh to be the best combined saddle and harness stallion in Kentucky He peeds no reputation as a show horse to those who have seen him show He has been shown at the best fairs in the State each year since he was two years old and has won more blue ties than any horse of his class Goebel is a model horse and he proves to be an excellent breeder Description and Poclfjjree GOEBEL is a coalblack stallion three white feet star in forehead 16 hand high will be 6 years old the 1st of May 1905 He has fine maintail HappyIGirrards Chief 2253 first dam by old Star Denmark Happy Bells first by imported Scython thoroughbred Goebels first dam by Rolla IGold Dust he by Arabian Gold Dusthe by Dorseys Gold Dust 150 Second dam is Mollie W by Fancy Gold Dust he by old Gold Dust 150 Second dam by Dr J H Thomas old Cotton Picker Goebels first dam a half WIthe citizens for their support last year and would kindly ask all whose desire is to raise fine colts to call and see my stock before breeding elsewhere PREMIUM I will give the season for the best colt of his get this year and 10 for the 2nd best Colts to be shown at Beaver Dam on Saturday before the Ohio County Fair 1906 F W CREAOER Cecilia Ky 1jcNI I u t IJIotJIS tVA r Something Newl M i Variable Tours TO FLORIDAVIA Southern Railwaya- nd Queen JCrescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Totiriu Ticket good go lug Via Asheville through tho Laud of the Sky and Beautiful Sapphire I Country and returning via Atlanta II and hatuuoogftor vice versaere 1Tbo1 of tined Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and vestibule coaches withIDining Car service enrouto Cincinnati every morning via Queen it Crescent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via 1 Chatanooga and Southern Ry Con necting train leaves Louisville at 7iO a m daily The Chicago and Florida special contiititi of elegant Drawing Room 1 Sleepers observation cars Club carietc leaves Cincinnati at l25 except Sunday uniting through Solid to St Augustine via Chulanoo ga and Southern Railway with Din log car cervico enroute Connecting traits leaves Louisville at 725 p it cirrymg observation sleeper through J without change from Louisville to St Augustine alto through sleeper to Knoxville Through Pullman Sleepers to Jack sonville fmra Cincinnati every oven ing via Knoxville Aehcvillo and Sa vannah From Louisville connection with all of tho above trains is made R1 Lexington by trains of Southern Hull my tFor Land oi the Sky book Winter Home folder Rates Schedules or other information address A C Rincarson O P A Q k U Cincincinnati 0 C H HuNOEitronn DiMrict Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky O B ALLEX Assistant General Passenger Agent 8l Louis Mo Real Estate- BARGAINS 70 acres on Sulphur Springs roadG miles from Hartford 32 acres in medow 400 fruit trees 90 white oak trees good house and good barnes for 65001 123 acres near Rockport in good condition good build ings and fine arm lend for 120600 83 acres fine bottom land for 20 per acre or t6uo 3 miles from Hartford on 4- Sindtrfura crossing road God house good barn young or hard in fine state of cultivation A bargain 305 acres floe Rough river bottom land near Hartford In fine state of cultivation tthe188 acres near Ceralvo See me for prices 29 acres at Centertown See me lor prices One house and lot on Union street in Hartford in fine condition 75000 A house and a acres ut ground fj adjoining Hartford Fine froltgood house and build ings lor 3750 135 acres 4 miles north of Hartford in good state ol cultivation 8joo 43 acres near Ceralvo 43000 70 acres near Palo 35 acres bottom land balance good upland good bouses good barns 65000 One good new 60 Hosier for sale at a bargainiI i If you want to sell land if you want to buy land see me mad I will furnish you with what you wallt j S A Anderson j Dialer Rial Ettttt J HAW FOItDI Y