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Digital page images are linked to the text file. + b Stitt t1R T7 I 4i 0 Y tiV W n h h h + I ti JT r l ir r 1 UpubIicaurt 1 ine Job Wa Specialty IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN THE REPUBLICAN Subscription I a Year c I I j OL XVII HAltTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 21 1905 No401i i r HABEASCORPUS B Rowe Sues Out Writ of an- j is Released From Custody of Jail Officials a r Some time ago A B Rowe a 1 lacksmith and prominent tithe of Centertown was charged in City court with violating an ordinance of the town by planting a fence or other 4 post on or near his premises but in a place where the authorities thought an ordinance prohibited him from placing it He was arraigned in Police Court and after a hearing a 13 fine of 500 and cost which amount- edI to 1740 was imposed on him which he refused to pay The mat a ter was temporarily dropped and ap I parently abandoned but on Tuesday f this week payment of the fine was again demanded of him and on I refusal he was arrested and brought I to Hartford to be placed in jail where liie would serve out the fine and cost Rowe was not to be out done ando I She procured the services of attorneys who made application to Judge I Miller for a writ of Habeas Corpu i and his grounds that the ordinance under which he was tried was and fs void appearing from the affidavit i filed to be sufficient a temporary writ was granted and Rowe was re leased and on final trial of the mat ter which was had Wednesday the court adjudged thci ordinance and II the whole proceedings assessing the i r fine void and discharged Rowe from r fcustody or I In Memory Of Aunt Maria wife of S W Tiche nor Point Pleasant Ky Ah broken is the golden bowl the spirit flown forever let the bell toll Out i of the sunlight into the shadow ou y of life into death a saintly soul floats L up to heaven On the twelfth day of April early in the morning before the sun arose above the hilt tops to kiss mother earth with his bright orient beams I the angel of death came with his broad pinions over the for of Aunt Maria to convey her gently to her eternal home Suddenly and f without warning the summons cam J and as suddenly the tenement o clay gave up the spirit Where her I merry voice and happy song was f heard a saddened and a subdued si- lenceg reigns Where her gentle foot K steps eoundedecholess stillness gives IK back no comfort She professed W faith in the Christian religion at th- R early age of ten yearsand for fortyI alf generous and trueCA word to the sorrowing family If our lives were all sunshine there are some lessons we would never tJJlearn When sorrow comes let us bow meekly and pass under the a rod Only one brother L W- fTichenor and one sister Zelma Case of the eight childrenIWj Aunt Malta is no more on 1 B but sweetly sleeps to awake on a M fairer lovelier shore where all is TJU peace and love sunshine eternal joy wlthQut end ONE WHO KNEW IIERI 10Officials In Trouble A dispatch from Glasgow thetcounty seat of Barren county to y CourierJournal says that warrants have been sworn put against T D a A UnderwoodjCounty Attorney of Bar ren county and IL E Coombs c City Attorney of Glasgow charging jfthem with selling whiskey and mal in office It developed in the trialpfsome negroes for selling whiskey that these officials furnished the money to run the blind tiger busi t ness and received one half of the net proceeds ThelSsuanceof the warrant it is said caused the greatest sensation Coombs was for several years law clerk to AppellateJudge J P Hod son and belongs to one of the best families in the county Underwood has held office eight years as County tx Attorney and has a wife and six childrenUnderwood is the attorney who about three yearslagocame4o Hart 6 ford to represent Thos Dick Nick olas charged with shooting atTaylor wdion the on people here Former Ohio County Citizen Dead Mr E B Allen a native of Ohio County an exFederal soldier a prominent and influential citizen died at his home in Owensboro last Friday after an illness extending over several months Mr Allen was born pear Rosin Ohio county December 12 1836 He began life as a school teacher in his native country and continued in this profession until the outbreak o the war between the States when h enlisted in the Union army jwa mem ber of Company C Seventeenth Ken tucky infantry In 1873he went to Owensboro and entered the revenue service in which he was engagedn til the time of his death He was a member of the Masonic fraternity The deceased is survived by win children They are Mrs E D Guffy of Oklahoma City Ok Mrs C S Walker of Greenville M M Allen of Horse Branch Robert Allen of Fort Thomas Misses Annie Allen Willa Lea Allen Dixie B Allen and Master E B Allen Jr of Owen- bolo also by Messrs Oscar Allen of Bardstown and David Allen of Ros ine his brothers and Mrs Margaret Axton of Rockport Indand Mrs Will Autry of Horse Branch his sisters STREET FAIR Hartford to Have Street Fair to Be Held Friday and Saturday May 1213 i The proposition to have aStr definiteIon y May 12th and 13th the feline enter prising business men will give a Fai worthy of their best efforts Suita ble rules will govern all entries for and the awarding of premiums and conductmm every section of the country The upofn mnn subscribed a liberal premium a tom plete list of which together with rules and complete details of the Fair will aijpear in TIlE REPUBLICAN next week It is estimated that from preearticle TilE REPUBLICAN as its part in the Fair has agreed to publish every thing of interest concerning list of the premiums has not yetc been made out but watch our colums c next week for it HERBA- pril 18Bias Mattie Milligan went to Owensboro Wednesday- A team belonging to Ernest Haynes ran away Monday but did no serious damage f Mrs Mary Midkiff was the guest of relatives at Pellville Saturday The infant child of Mr and Mrs Minor Rice died Tuesday interment at Karus cemetery Miss Maybelle Miller is spending his week at Fordsville with ref atives Mrs Belle Pence of Lexington Mrs Lou Kelly of Yelvington and Mr and Mrs Will Holland of Whitesville visited at Mr David Millers Sunday Mrs Clyde Moorman and Sons and Mrs Fannie Corley of Webb were the guests of Mrs Jessie Givens MondayMrs Huff visited her sister Mrs James Arrengton at Roseville Tuesday Burr Givens made a business trip to Hawesville Tuesday Fencing Page Woven Wire Fen eeoil- Ste l Wire Cheaper than wood Will last a life time Posts from thirty to sixty feet a part Quickly 1styleSon Jtlartford Ky 88t4 t JAMES HARGIS TRIAL Brief Reports of the Happenings- By Days Evidence Strong TUESDAYS REPORT The hearing of testimony in the trial of Judge James Hargis was be gun yesterday A number of Com monwealth witnesses were placed on the stand several of them testifying that the shots which killed Cockrill were fired by three or four persons One witness stated that at the timer of the shooting he saw Judge Hargis- e standing at a window of his store and it looked tohim like Hargis had a gun in his hand It is thought that the trial may consume several weeks WEDNESDAYS REPORT In open court in the trial of James Hargis at Lexington yesffrday Sher- I iff Wilkerson stated that an attempt had been made to intimidate certain witnesses for the Commonwealth Judge Parker ordered Common wealths Attorney Allen to make an investigation A number of wit nesscs estified for the prosecution Patsrice TomCockrill arid Anse White who tated that Judge Hargis when application forbad forTom Cockrill was made gave him a 45 caliber rev l ver with initrdition Ihit woos iron ble occurred to shoot Jim CockrillAt torney Vaughn who was Tom Cock rille attorney McKinley Cockrill Dr Cox ancLanother man whom he now believe was Marcum Subsquently Marcum Cox and Jim Cockrill have been assassinated Wit ness testified that he consented to kill these men for Hargis but that when he consented he had no inten promiseseHargisinfluence to secure the liberty of his brother and his cousin Har rgds he said had him stay around traymghisseveral times to return the pistol to Hargis but the latter declined to take it back OA llJcRlA UrnrsyBuflt J01 JONES April 17The farmers union meets every Wednesday night Mrs Willard Arnold and Bessie Canley of Irvington and Mrs Lot tie Mitchell and children were the guests of Mrs Annie Hedden last WednesdayMiss Hedden was the guest Miss TuIaWell Monday and Tues loirs Maude Whjtler was the guest of her mother and father Wednes dayMiss Mary Hedden visited Miss Effie Staple Saturday night and Sun day Mr and Mrs Elmore were the guests of Mrs Forbes Sunday Three large plant beds had the canvas burnt off them week before last by a boy and man Misses Ella and Lula Jones entertained a few friends Sunday Those present were Misses Glolda and Helen Head Messrs David Falls H D Crowe and Ezra Jones Misses Golda and Helen Head en tertained ar number of friends Sunday night Those present were Misses Ella and Lula Jones Mary Hedden Messrs Ezra and Clarence Jones Dave Falls and Henry D CroweJ Jones and son and nephew will start today i rColorado where they will make their homes Mary Redden visited her cousin Sunday at Mitchells Station Misses Murl and Ivy Harris of Owensboro visited friends at Mitch ells Station Saturday and Sun day v Advertisers Who want extra next week must notifyus not later Mon aybefore noon i j y l A JUDGE OF TIlE SUPREME COURT j 1 jMas Alarmingly Afflicted With La Grippe Cured by Peruna y Thj Grip Is Properly Termed Epidemic Catarrh f As Peruna Cures Every Form- o Catarrh It Has Relieved Moreco Cases of Grip Than All Other Remedies Combined The Fear PeopleNervous Thoro la no remedy in tho world that meets tho conditions produced by the grip better than Peruna loruna strengthens as It renovates soothe while it stimulates heila as It expurgates Poruna IB not a purgative or cafKartfc orecdatlve or stimulant nor a vego table or mineral poison It ranched the source of all diseases of tho mucorfs membranes by JU action on the va omotor system of nerves AfterEffects of the Grip grippeduiugof F rune No ono need ox oct perfect recovery unless they do to Tho grip has produced catarrhal In Jlammatlon of the whole mucous mem brano and good health la Impossible until then are restored to a normal con dition This P runa will do A sreat many remedies have been suggested for thi3 condition rom time to time but Periina is the only remedy thAt has any substantial value In these cases It has never failed to give satisfaction GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the countryBriefItems The damage of the fruit and vege table crops is reported to be heavy in some sections Freezing temper ature was experienced in Kentucky but reports are conflicting as to the extent of the damagein this State Many section of the South suffered from the cold weather killing frosts even extending to the Gulfcoast Tho United States Supreme Court has declared invalid the statute re quiring all national banks of Kentucky to make returns of all share of stock for taxation purposes The opinion was delivered by Justice Day and was on the ground of discrimina tion against national banks The decision of the United States Court of the Eastern district is affirmed k1IM The new Board of Directors of the Panama Railroad Company now con trollecTby the Government made a complete revision of the officers of the Theodore P Shonts is maaepresident and John F Wal I lace vicepresident and general man ager Thesum of 1600000 was ap propnated for adoubletracking and equipping the roaB I Th Court of Appeals holds that State Revenue Agents appointed by formerfAuditor Coulter under the provls of the revenue act of the 1902 legislative session hold their y V H rv v Y I i SupremeCourtbfa recent letter from 025 H street N W Washington D O this prominent f gentleman says Upon the recommendation ot personal Minds and many strong testl monlals as to the efficacy ot Peruna In the treatment ot the numerous symptoms ot the grippe with which I have been afflicted for four months peat I have been Induced to undergo a treatment with thl Justly cele brated formula Ifeel a decided change for the better after using It only one week decidedI s S part fnr 1U wonderful ettlcacyW parsons duff naforty years experience and sunIoccupies the unique positional the leading if not the only specific remedy for the aftereffects of la grippe No Time Like the Present If you are suffering from the aftereffects otla grippeIf you have become dlscotfragcd in your attempts to cure yourself with other treatments take a tattle of Peruna now A bottle of Peruna taken during the beginning of the disease la worth more I was act S f than a bottles after troublefibas5eeofsoiceirseModd avviMI Eugenie of Can writes a ofla w effect on mo Five bottles did the work and were worth hundreds of dol + lars the comfort and health tome I that the Iis to acknowledge Eugenie Eafortune in 1AreJnrdj Jj A New Stock qf = I Furniture and Buggies = bIt bit i I have just opened a new Furniture Store and will tfi carry a full line of every thing needed to furnish bit J any home In addition to Furniture proper will in = 4 a few days adda nice line of Carpets Mats bI Window Shades Polls c Also make a specialtyt I44of the vehicle business carrying in stock a nice asp bit J sortment of Buggies Surreys Traps Driving Wagons J = and Harness manufactured and guaranteed by t eblt W most reliable firms in the country Have nothing = but neW goods of the latest de Visit my store = fi and bo convinced the goods and prices will bit = suit you M 4fi IAti isf = Hartford Ky = 4 bit ii ii iiii ii iiii 1 offices four years from that time and cannot be removed at pleasure of the Auditor The case brought by Auditor Hager to tesl thevalidity of the The third trial of Nan Patterson the former showgirl charged lvith the murder of CaesarYoung abook maker iff in progress in New York By order of the court no women pro dozen the Lafortnno 110 Bent street Montreal they for restored therefore feel least can do gratefully till merits that x END OF THE WEEK EXCURSION u Big Four Route I Only 225 to Indianapolis and return Saturday April 22nd Train leaves Louisville 7th St Depot at 800 P M Tickets good returning on regular train leaving Indianapolis Monday April 24th inclusive I Get tickets at City Ticket Office 259 4thAve and at7th St Depot I SJ GATESG enl Agt r x t tANGRY BULL r r Charged Gypsy Kidnapers and i Rescued His Owners i t Son I LaScur Minn Cur st 1 tint lUtpntib J 1 I 1 1Gre t presence of mind enabled a I l Ie Seur County farmer yesterday In save his only child from being car tied off by gypsies Because of ox Ctreme modesty he has request your correspondent to suppress his name but the story is as follows 7 lie was out walking with hie child 9alittle soy 3 years of age and ii handsome manly little fellow and near to the gate of a pas Iturehe notified that a large savag bull which he allows to run therei- was charging about and acting verS queerly Leaving the little boy in t side of a fence on the opposite sit of tho road he went down to th- gate to see what ws the rftlthe animal and liail just matterI the gate ylieiV he t screamotftar from the little boy turningsattthat one of a num tand j of gCpsies that Ver driving past lx in a lightCoi red wagonhad sprung down run to the fence taken the child and that they were driving away with him at fullspeed At the same moment he realized what had been tine matter with the bull for he observed that by some I j peculiar fancy of the gypsies they c had red blankets on both pf the i horses His agony at the impending i loss of his son was so overpowering that for a moment it entirely unmanned J him and he sank down beside i the gate almost in a swoon 1 Suddenly however asaving stagI gering to feet e gate and filet out the bull Away flew the animal like a cyclone with an angry menacing roar after the I gypsies and their redblanketed horses and away flew the frighten ed gypsies in a race for life i They dropped the boy in the road rbutthe bull seemed not to see him fired a dozen shots at the advancing t Nemesis but nothin stopped him Like a Lthirteeninch shell he struck the rig and in a mo ment psiC3wagon and horseswere flying in the air J The humans saved their lives by running to the fencesbut the wago- was soon made into kindling woo and junk both horses were killed and the bull with reddened and the light of battle in his eyes was tramping back and forth over IIthe wreckage looking for more I to conquer The farmer took his uninjured boy in his arms drove the bull back into the pasture and left the gypsies to speculate on theI c profits of their kidnaping Dont BorrowTrouolo anyr possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dysI apepsin biliousness Brights disease t and similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symp 1toms but fly for relief to Electric k J Bitters Here you will find sure and t l permanent forgetfulness of all your t troubles and your body will not be burdened by a load of debt disease f At Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug- storet Price 50c Guaranteed r I MISS ROOSEVELT TO WED I a 3 It is Said She is to Marry Sena j tor Beveridge of In liana Miss Alice Roosevelt it is said I tsurrendered her heart and rromisedI her hand and now wears left third finger tho jewel ad token of her marriage engagement The eloquentWcBoy of Sena 1 tor Albert J Bev ridge cf Indiana and the formal announcement cf the betrothal will be made at Easter The news had just come from Wash ington whence it is also learned that President Roosevelt is more than pleased and has given the happy pair his paternal benediction There I has been noticed for some months past a most agreeable change in the deportment of the fair Princess Alice She has grown more woman ly more dignified and altogether more lovable She has put away her I- frivolity while still retaining much of her charm of unconventionally and the reason is now clear She in love Senator Beverage is a ower of 42 His first wife was Mi Katherine Langsdaleof Greencastlc Indiana who died in 1000 The Senator is selfmade He was a plow boy at 12 a railroad laborer at 14 a logger and teamster nt 15 Then he attended high school at Sullivan Ill later he read law fn tho office of Sen star Joe McDonald and after being admitted to the bar became sod cittted with the law firm of McDonald Butler with which he remained until beginning practice for himself As a Republican campaigi speaker he has for years been pre eminent IEtfquctfc of Shaking Hands When to shake hands in a subject which depends somowhat on circum manbe given When a man is introduced to a woman she does not shale hands with him unless he is decided- e ly elderly or distinguished If he is the husband or brother of the worn nn presenting him it is natural to receive him cordially by shakinf hands but it is not form to do so i f he is a mere acquaintance A hostess should shake hands with every guest whocomes to her house both on their arrival and departure Women do not shake hands when in merc1rIis presented by a friend to a married woman the latter shakes hands with her but the girl must not make th first advance Men shake hands when introduced to each other as an expression of good will When leaving an enter tainment a man shakes hands with the hostess and he do so with musttnot go about shaking hands gener ally INew Curo for Cancer All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklens Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Duf field Va writes I had a cancer on my lip for years that seemed in curable till Bucklens Arnica Salve healed it and now it is perfectly cutsgI1e fin Bros drug store m Obituary The death angel has visited our neighbor and taken from us oQr be Hdan weeks which he bore with great hisshome near Roxey on Sunday morning March the 26th Mr Plummer was born near Nocreek Ky Janu ary the 11th 1832 In 1856 he professed religion and joined the C P churchof which he was a leading member till his death He leaves a wife four sons and two daughters besides a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn his loss We wish to extend our deepest sympathy- to the bereaved family but would say to them weep not for your departed love one for your loss is His gain be faithful and you shall meet him some sweet day in that bright world of joy and gladness where parting will be moreA Thousands Have Kidney Trouble andDont Know it Row To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tling Indicates an e unhealthy of If It It Is evidence of kidney trouble frequent desire to It or convincing proof the kidneysnf bladder are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootIn curing rheumatism In the back kidneys bladder of the urinary passage It corrects Inability passlnvItor overcomes unpleasant oftenIwonIa have by druggists In andl have a sample bottle of wonderful discovery and a book more about 16 tellsI absolutely by condi tion the kid neys stains your linen too pass pain In- Ihl also that wish pain liver and every part wine beer and that you you best Sold SOc sizes You my this that both free mall Address Dr Kilmer Sc Home of SwunpRoot Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any i Ittake but remember the name SwampPool Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle FATTEST WOMAN ssgIn the World Weighs 557 Pounds And is Still Grow ing Itilntgn Cbrnnlth Mrs Annie Redline of San diego Cal isaid to be the fattest woman in the world Mr Burnett who is abroad the United States flagship Chicago in writing home to some I friends told them of his visit to Mrs Redline 11She is 87 years old and weighs 5571 pounds Her height is 5 feot 8 inch es and around her chest she measures 7 feet 1 inch Around the largos part of her min Mrs Redline mla ures one inch morethan two feet 1ittsburxyPenn she the first two years of her life she gained 07 Jtoundsand she has gone on increasing in weight ever since Al though so fleshy it does not seem to have any bad effect on Mrs Red isgH getting about never en sick and door not suffer from any heart trouble as many fat people do Again unlike most fleshy per sons Mrs Redline can stand hot weather and prefers it to cold There are no cabs large enough to accomodate Mrs Redline and when she wants to travel shejias to hire an open wagon 1VhettirThedoes helpeI her into the wagon and the same number requires to get her out She cannot walk more than tent feet unassisted because her anklesnre too I weak to carry her weight- In order to be sure that she will always have u substantial chair to support her quarter of a ton of weight Mrs Redline always takes a especially made one for her Then she is guarded for collapse Before she was so fleshy that getting about was a trouble Mrs Radline was a music teacher She has four daugh tersHer husband is a slightofhand performer Many physicians and scientists from all over the world have examined Mrs Redline in the hope of ascertaining a reason for her extraordinary weight but so far no adequate explanation of it has been given Mrs Redline says she just grew that way like Topsy and that is all there is to it I Won a NamtJ of Fame DeWitts Little Early Risesr the famous pills have been made fa mous by their certain yet harmless and 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 al ways preferred They strengthen Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m How to Rest the Body Dont be afraid to open the mouth wide and yawn and stretch whenever you feel like it Indeed if you are very tired but do not feel like yawning there is nothing that will rest you so quickly as to set on straight back chair and lifting the feet from the floor push them out in front of you as far as bossible stretch the arms push the head back open the mouthwide and make yourself yawn says Womans Life Those tense nerves still relax the contracted muscles will stretch and the whole body will be rested Do this two or three times when you are tiredand see what it will do for you Loading Ships in Japan In Japan ships are loaded with coal by women and girls but the work is made comparitively easy by putting the coal in small baskets which are passed on from one end of a lind to the other 1The Hat They Miss Deres a lot ob you fine woman folks said and old negro preacher at Excelsior Springs one Sunday recently dat comes to chuch an sees every hat in de congregation every hat but one an dat one de Lohd passes right undah yoh nose fo1 help in his cause an to sabe yoh black souls In Memory- Of our dear father Mr John B Hines who was born January 23 1832 and died April 6 1905 age 73 years 2 months and 14 days He united with the Mt Vernon Method ist church in 1887 He was sick for a long time and died of brights dis ease The best physicians were called to administer medical aid but 1TheWonderful Stallion GOEBEL Will snake the season of 1005 at KD Oldhamc stable near llcnver Dam KJV at 15 to insure n living cot CUrl will bo taken to prevent acct dents but will not be responsible should any occur SoNBon ii duo when colt is foaled or mare parted with A lion will bojrotainQd on colt until season fee is paid This magnificent horse is pronounced the bust jmgos of horse duels to be the bet combined saddle mid harness stallion in Kentucky He needs no reputation as a show horse to those who have seen him show Hot has been shown at the best fairs in the State each your since he time two years old ancLjias won more blue ties than any horse of his rinse Goobel- is a model horse and he proves to bo An qNccllent breeders Description und PccII roo- j GOEBEL is n coalblack stallion three white feyfstar in forehand 10 hand high trill he C years old the 1st df Mag1tI03 lie has find imiintail style and action and is pretty as a picture Goobel was sired by Happy Bell he by Happy Cross 52 in S H Hs Association Happy Cruse Is by Girrards Chief 2251 firit dam by old Star Denmark Happy Hells first dam by imported Scython thoroughbred Goohels first dam by Rolla conIjW Fancy Dust Dust triO Second dam by Dr J H Thomas old Cotton Picker Goebols first iron a half sister to Nellie W I desire to thank the 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 elsewhereIand 10 for the 2nd host Colts to be shown at Beaver Dam on Saturday I before the Ohio County Fair 100G R W CREACER Cccllln Kyl his time had come It was hand to give up dear father but the lord knows best He said he was not afraid to die and every thing was just as he wished it to be and he was ready to go He said he only wished to live to see his children and thewish had been granted him We can scarcely realize the fact that our father is gone but it is so and I 1 w trust we will alf be to meet him on that shore Fare well my dear tie bonds that bound us in life shall not be by death for in the we to meet thee again lost to thou art dear with for the from our view as the star of night A Columbia fSraphophones BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines O to Machines 12 to 65 The Oraphophono roproduoos all kInds of porfoolly band orchestra and Instrumental solos qua etc It Is an of amusement Clear orl2tnal Loudnrhalcd Musical Brilliant Inspiring A ttrnctlvo lXInINIXNNIXMMIIINIXInICr prepared beautiful father together sundered bright forever eqpect though tonight memory drawn present OAtttHTKU 75 100 Disc mutlo violin vocal rtottos andess BOUPOO i N1Y1YMLIIYINNNYMINI NIMNII1X1111IIIIINN W INIINMILXIMNN 11 COLUMBIA Gold CylinderRecords i nwuwaNwwNININnnnXnNlNUnunliNlnIX An Indisputablei SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress win country is now and has been for the past decade 6f years nPbrings to thesurface numerous n ot the II get richquick II chart benefit only 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Hartford April 11903 Pros 1 David Morelund presided House r was called to order at 10 oclock u in Minutes of previous meeting i read by Secretary Approved as read The following gentleman were appointed a committee on ere dentiala J C Park 1VtR Price D E Ward Committee reported 21 Local Unions represented The following committee was appointed y on Resolutions A B Tichenor y F W Pirtle C J WhUtinehHI Said committee reported as follows ritOsolvtd 1 That we rucom f mend that all owners of tobacco u- c t this time stand in line with the rec oinmendations of the Lynchburg con ventionIr we endorse the action o- I f the Ohio county Union in the early 1 grading of the tobacco crop to be- f grown in 1905 V 3 That we recommend that ther 1 should be a difference in price of to f bacco grown in the future oOit least L five dollars per hundred according to grade and quality d That we favor cooperation with all labor organizations all legitimate lines for the mutual benefit of all parties concerned C That we favor the pushing orI the organization of the A S of E into unorganized territory to the end that we may secure fair and equitable prices for all the products of the farm and especially do we favor that steps be taken as early as passible to secure profitable prices i for the live stock produce on the farms This report was adopted without objection The committee previously appointed to co to Owensboro to t investigate the equity warehouse plan then made its report Mr J W Wade as part of his report real the contract between G N Thompson and committee for the A S of E Mr Wade was very f much in favor of the plan David Moreland reported that he had anal a thorough investigation of the plan a and proceeded to make a lengthy re port of same giving in detail th manner of grading and classifyin- of the tobacco received by said houses lie thought the work was being done in first class order als consideredcontracts very plain and simple and perfectly fair especially the one with Turpin Wood lIe madea strong speech in favor of the fooling plan I i Said report was unanimously received I but no further action was taken hy the bQly in regard to the t Wareliouw plan This mooting was well attended obit considerable Interest and enthu slash Was manifested The business of the meeting being concluded a time and place for the next meeting was called for which resulting in theI selection of Hartford and the first Saturday in May as the time for the next regular county union M F SHARPSec- YSEVENTEENYEAR LOCUSTS Tbe Winged Plagues Will be Here s in May and June This Year p The seven teenyearlocuats are pre dicted for this year by State Ento mologist H Garman of Lexington They will be here in May and June The main body will not arrive until next year The State which they will spread over tire West Vir ginia Kentucky Virginia Tennes csee Alabama Georgia Missouri Illinois Ohio Indiana Petmsylva yiia and the forests 6f New York The seventeenyearlocust is a spe des of the harvest fly known as the Cicada Septemdecim and the UeVas tation of all vegetation generlly fol 4 lows their wake Seventeen years agowhen they disappeared the feInialerleposiled their eggs in the tenUertwigs of tthfrut and other succulent trees The eggs hatched out and the caterpillar fell to theI feroimd anil buttDWelT into the earth living Upon the sap of the roots of the trees for sixteen years They I come up from the earth incased in transparent shells from which theyI cut their way tTheir tender bodies become hard as soon as the sunstrikeslheti wings They may betaiown by theirred edges black txridP wtsteay4 a oktr yourbodbody U foul before you clcnn o It ptpieclellllIdwell in filthy nutroitudiiijii are the IirAt to fall when route epidemic of disease sweep ilanju1c1tanblood A Tlao flea 1 i breedIIIIl11 ill part of Yalurce plan for trouts safety that in many cases where the blood onthbodyl nowlill through the vciuA Scrofula with withlltItdntpltetagcs1 outward sign of this condition i only dullI languid sltifrrinh feelings which are cow nluggishuesf1 theIe ere easily takes the first place It ellinin whichcloa bloatepureMood Mfdlealt stomachbloodDr tierces Medical Adviser paper cor ors is sent free on receipt of 31 onecent onlyAddress body and transparent wings whic bear the letter w upon them which the superstitious declare1 means war or the ending of Will The bug prophet now predicts a Eu ropeanwar or the close of the Russo Japanese war At the last appear ance of the locusts there were In dians uprisings and strikes In 1872 the Modoc war and the FrancoPrus sinn war were brought to a close with the appearance of the seven teenyearlocusts Forgot 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 stamaceh trouble You forget you have n stom ach from the very day you begin tak itgetsareste sgo strong s you no more Sold by Z Wayne inoThought lie Understood Chicago Tribune Have you anyaltinsect pow der that will exterminate cockroaches find and other pests of the kind Yes maam A box of this pow der will do the work Sprinkle the contents liberally over the mattress and thethe other belongings and then keep the room tightly closed for 24 hours Fuji of Tragic Moaning Are these lines from J H Simmons of Casey La Think what might have resulted from hit horrible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes I a fearful cough that disturbed m nights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumptipn Coughs and Colds which completely cured me Instantly relieves and permanently cures all throat and lung diseases prevents grip and pneumonia At Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists guaran teed 50c and 100 Trial bottle free m Origin of Billiards The origin of billiards is obscure butthe best authorities on the sub ject declare that the game was brought from the east by the Cru saders It was certainly played by the early Knights Templarand the Knights of Malta and in medieval time was exceedingly popular among the monks in the monasteries of France and Italy Tho Right Name Is DeWitt DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools smoothes and heals cuts burns boils bruiseS piles and all skin diseases K E Zickfoose Adolph W Va saysrIMy little daughter had white swelling so bad that piece after piece of bone worked out of her leg DeWicts Witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the wonderful healing salve in the world Beware of counterfeits Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m T DeWIUs K Salve For Pilefi Burns eHwsa I GOLD FROM SEA WATER Experiments Prove That Briney Deep is a Great Treasure House Ililtnl Htut Cnninliir lr nrtt J It has long been asserted that gol exists in a state of solution in the sea and that in the many attempts to extract it some has been collected and precipitated but it is admitted thatfailurehasattendedeverycfforat t The announcement is now made however that a new process has received the sanction of no less u person than Sir William Ramsey pro- Cessor of chemistry in University College London officer of the French correspondinrg member of scientific and philosophical societies in nearly every civilized country and the author of numerous scientific papers and treatises The new process is patented but no fur ther description of it is given than that it bears a certain resemblance to the treatment adopted in the mines of the Witwatersrand South Africa It is said that a syndicate whose title and address are not given has 1 been quietly picking up favorable sites on the English and Irish coasts and has now acquired right ove TheSeh curing of extensive foreshore rightsI is necessary because the sea water must be absolutely pure to obtain the best results from the new process Therefore factories and pumping stations must be established well out of reach of passing steamers the I bilge water from which would con taminate the surrounding sea and derange the process of extraction Some forty years ago active ex periments began which showed that gold in minute quantities was di solved in many rivers and streams and later on a measurement of gold in sea water places the amount at about a grain in each ton of the water A grain of gold being worth about 4 cents and the tons of Ovate in the ocean being placed at 60000000000000 it staggers the mind to attempt to compute in dol turn the prodigious total value of the gold in the ocean Should the new process do all that its friends san guinely claim for it gold would almost become a drug on the market but it is considerately remarked that it would obviously not serve the in terests of the syndicate to secure gold in greater quantities than the market could absorb Moreover the firm of financiers whom we be I Jieve to be mainly concerned in th developments is for too deeply in totted in high finance to engage in any operations which would have an unset ing effect uponthe cur rency The Modern silent I gave my girl a box of love lozengers but they didnt have the desired effect What did you pay for em Twentyfivecentsy I you are too cheap Nothing less than eightycent candy makes any preceptible impression on modernIyoung woman If a Cow gave Butter mankind would have to invent milk Milk Is Natures emulsionbutter- put in slapefor digestion Cod liver oil is extremely nourishing but it has to be emulsified before we can digest it Scdtts Emulsion combines the best oil hypophosphites easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could That makes Scotts Emulsion the most strengthening nourishing food medi 6ine In the world Send for free sample SCOTT A B WNEChemlatsi OO4IS Pearl Street Now York 0o and 01OO All druggists r ROUTED THE WILDCAT I Both Men And Beast Were Scar ed by The End counter lSen Irliinm TliiioDriiiovrnt 1The wildcat is a vicious animal but you can bluff him if you go about it in the right way said a man who has had some experience in the wilder section of the conutry and I say this because of an expe chance I had some years ago in Ar kansas I was a stranger in that section of the country and in fact j had never had experience of any sort in the wild region of the country I had gone to Arkansas from anoth er State right after the war for the purpose of looking after a real es I tate venture in that section of the State of which Jonesboro is now the thriving and prosperous center At that time railroads were scarce in j Arkansas as in many other States and there were long stretches of j country not to be reached at all ex cept by trveling through the densest kind of wilderness This was pre iciselv what I had to do when I went into that section to look after the real estate venture to which I have referred and it was on this occasion that I had my first experi joggingrlenly from a tangled and matted canebrake I heard a shriek which al most lifted rite out of my saddle and even the sober sidedpokey horse I was riding jostled out of his lazy mood and showed a disposition to shy a little bit I did not know why I did it but for some reason I put forthashrill shriek thatsimply made beIwas thatshe was just about face to face with the king of the forest At any rate he scooted I guess I must have been freightened when I shrieked an answered to the piercing cry of the cat thought I did not realize it or it may have been lingering traces of the private man shonting a trifle more savage and more animal like then we know in our refined environ ment Evidently the wildcat was badly frightened by the defiance and loudness of my shrill answer and it aIgood thing in times of danger of attack from wild animals just as it is a good thing sometimes when weare dealing with our own kind Make the breath as sweet as a rose Sourewith 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 noth ing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kpdol digests what you eat cures indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Great care is uses in the preparation of Kodolthe greatest that has ever been discovered Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Wanted To Get Even A correspondent sends us the fol lowing extract from the pi us petition of a good old colored brother inn Georgia settlement Laved we want a blassin for ever one cept one en dat one is a yaller nigger what boarded de railroad train en runned off wid de whole collection what wuz took up ter pay my salary wid Lawd please make de train jump de trackdont hurt de yuther passengers but take off one leg fum dat nigger Plans to Get Rich Are often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsia or constipation Brace up and take Dr Kings New Life Pills They takeout the materials which are clogging your energies and give you a new start Cures headache and dizziness too At Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store 25c 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supEniNTFxnisvr or SCHOOLS b JAMES M DEWEESE 4 FOR SSt8011 SAM W LEACH Jon CRwrt O- RNATHANIEL MOXLEY yon COROXER JEROME ALLEN i Volt MAfilSTKATK We nre nnthorliml to announce JOHN M SHUIjTZ as n candidate for till office of Mind a trnte ol the Cromwell ilUtrlcl i1lliJett to the no tlonof the Republican jiurty p J AVe nre nnthorlieil to nnuonnce MACK COOK ne acnndldatefortheoalreofMagftrateofthe I V t Cromwell ilUtrlct qbjpct to the action ot He I patilmn Jalttr- 1tenlearittartted to nhnonnte V P Mil JUlIor drench nun cnndlilntu Jot the ol lit oJ MagUtrnte of the Cromwell OUtrlet lab jett to the action of the Itrpabllran party Examine thelabel on your paper if it is not correctnotify us If you want to know how much your subscription bill is consult jthetag on your paper The date iven is the time to which you t have paid The number of years from then until the present is the number of dollars you owe us tSUrTO the hour of going to press not a single homicide has been com mitted in Ohio county this week COL BRYAN still enlists that he has great faith in the people The people however seem to recipro cate with great hesitancy THEREsome who would be valuable assets in the construc tion of the Panama canal They sling mud so mechanically t IN France women may wear trous ers by paying an annual tax of ten dollars In this country many wom en wear them and dont pay a cent for the privilege the1 JOSEPH JEFFERSON noted ac I tor whose brilliant career has ex tended over more than half of a cen tury is dying at his summer home in Palm Beach Fla WHEN the Chicago city railway becomes public property of the city will the cars have to wait for the Aldermans wife to finish doing her hair and get on her gloves A MINNESOTA man is reported to have committed suicide because he found out what kind of a donkey r he was If that degree of sensitive ness should affect every donkey some sections would be entirely depopulated Tin contest inaugurated by theS Lexington Herald as to what two of Kentuckys sons should be honored k by having their statues placed in the Hall of Statuary and which has aroused gene al interest will close April 29th R SENATOR J S C Blackburn comes out in a statement defining his po sition in his race for reelection to the Senate He says that he has turned down numerous overtures peace from the machine Democrats t of the State He declares war on the dangerous find unscrupu lous machine manipulators in his k party and declares that their de t struction is its only salvation It isI t6eldom that a latter day Democratic t 1 e JlcLu d- r a MumeYaPntd81 f I politician tells the truth on other members of his party high in rank but when one does turn himself loos he deals a telling blow They know so much on the other TilE Hartford HeraldhtLS fallen out with President Roosevelt because he is enjoying a few weeks outing with friends in the wilds of the West in a bear chase and in quest of lesser game and says that the President occasional hunting expedition indicates a desire on his part to engag in war international or otherwise Durability to comprehend the mean naturalIIythinking apparatus of ual who affects to believe that a beau hunt or a coyote chase bears any re semblence or indicates the sligh test inclination to international war TilE bold attempt to pack the jury which is to try James Hargis for conspiracy to assassinate James Cockrell in favor of Hargis has startled the whole citizenry of Kentucky It shows how close to the brink of anarchy the whole State stands Thq unscrupulous method by which juries are selected the influences which control and the zeal for eliminating every element of chance from such trials were brought forth with astonding clearness It shows that under the forms of law it is not impssible to establish an oligarchy of crime a patrimonial government whose basis is murder and all forms of outlawry Another bold and almost defiant attempt of the defense to intimidate or tamper with witnesses in the case is addi tional proof that crime and criminals in a great measure predominate in many sections of the State CANE RUN pri1180n last Sunday evening at 7 oclock the death angel vtoltotl our community anti claimed for its own the beloved Christian man Mr- S M Wilson He had been suffering from that dreadful disease consump tion He was 69 years and 29 days old The community has lost a kind and loving neighbor and the church memIbelchildren and a host of relatives and and friends His remains were laid to rest in the McCord hurrying ground Revs F M Farris and H C Truman conducted funeral servicesElder J W Bristo and wife were the guests of Mr G J Christian and family Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ella Hays and little daugh ter Beulah returned to their home in Muhlenburg county last Friday after a weeks visit to relatives in this community Born to the wife of Sam Jamison on the 13 inst a fine boy Mrs Mary H Hoover of Olaton is the guest of Mrs Phieby Chris tianMr Melve and Mrs Laurah Liles lollMinesS11 Wilson yesterday Rev H Truman of Fordsville attended church at this place Satur day and Sunday Our Sunday school ismovingalong nicelyJ Wilson went to Leitchfield on business last week R T Hoover wife and little son Carl of Beaver Dam attended the burial of S M Wilson yesterday Mrs Nancy Ford is no better at this writing George Raley and son Dewey of Spring Medicine There Is no other season when good medicine ii so much needed as In thq SpringThe blood is impure weak and Impoverisheda condition Indicated by pimples and other eruptions on tho taco and body by deficient vitality loss of appetite lack ot strength and want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Make the blood pure vigorous and rich create appetite give vitality strength and animation and euro all eruptions have tlio wholo family begin to take them todayIHoods Sarsaparllla has been used In our family for some time and always with Rood results Last sprlnj I was all run down and got a bottle of It and as usual received great benefit Miss BECtAti Bores Stowc Vt Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps tho promise rrtplutui4 ourIi r Allers j You know the medicine that makes pure rich blood j Ayers Sarsaparilla Your mother grandmother all your folks used ire They trusted Sarsaparillait 1 Your doctor trusts it Then 4 trust it yourself There is health and strength in it 4 I unffMul tfrrllir frnm ImllRtitlnti and thin blood 1 fMiiii no illrr until 1 look 4 Mftt Ruriwiwri 1M rout bottle jitiiui Drool cured iw ldfa F It HAItT JIU Klo X Y flOOnlwtilo J A 111 en Andsfor t ell 1I Rich BloodAyors Pills aro gently laxttlvo greatly aid Sarsopnrllla I n Louisville is the guest of his father Wess Raley C V Christian and wife were at 4 the bedside of Mrs David Miller at Horse Branch last Wednesday Elder J W Bristow filled his reg ular appointment here Saturday andc Sunday To accommodate those who are partial to the use of atomizers in air plying liquid into the nasal passages for catarrhal trouble the proprietors prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including the spraying tube is 4liqui1erties of the solid preparation Cream Balm is quickly absorbed by j the membrane and does not dry up the secretions but changes them to a natural and healthy character Ely Brothers 50 Warren St N Y Trustees Sale As trustee of the estate of G9 M Mwldox in bankruptcy I Chill on Wedncsdtt the 3iil day of May 1905 at KocUport Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder fjr cash the following property t1witA of Groceries and Hardware amounting to about S400 Furniture and Fixtures in store one rolltop desk oneicc box two moot blocks lone refrigeratortwo meat saws one hitchweight set one set computing scales one knife steel three iron pins one cleaver two mutt knives one mallet the life estate of Geo M Maddox is one house and lot in Rockport Ky conveyed to the deceased wife of said Maddox Sale will begin at 10 oclock a m Pal ties knowing themselves indebted to the estate will please meet me on the above date and settle same G B LIKENS Trustee I C Excursion Rates KYISPICING RACES LEXINGTON LexingItontickets we be sold from Beaver Dan Ky for 700 Tickets on sale May 2nd and 3rd limited to May 10th 1905 and May 4th to 9th limited to 3 days for return SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION KAN SAS CITY MO MAY 1017 1905 On account of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam Ky to Kansas City Mo for 1575 tickets on sale May 7th and 11th limited to May 23th for return SPRING MEETING NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB LOUISVILLE KY MAY 1027TH On accouut of above occasion round trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Louisville for 420 tickets on sale May 9th and 10th Limited to MayJ29th for return and sold daily May 10th to May 27th limited to three days from date of sale S B VANMETER Agt avu 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 one from Illinois and one from New York State cost ing as high as 750 Hens weighing over nine pounds Eggs from 75c to 150 per setting Will have in due time 100000 Sweet Potato Cabbage and Tomato Plants Also have two stray steers E 11 MILLER Phone 132 McHerry Ky tfJ iJJ Kl r 1iNNJ tIf 1 B P Boater ro8ICarpets LacoCurtuius HUK Curtain Iulw Curtaill tt ist Willdo i flattings This ilopartnunt is hotter than eat r Aluru pntluiiis buttwr stylos ii every price way down low CarpetsI S Ynrd idoJIomp tae and Oc per yard Granite extra heiivy 25cj pOI rant Heavy Union 3Jc per yard Quito a variety ol nit wool filling Ciii pets nt oUc i III 5oeporyard All Wool Carpets Ooc 70c and lac per yard Brussels Cue and 7 per yard i MattingS Wo have just put ou sale 20JU yanls of China tool lap Mailings priuedits i lows 121c Ine 20o 28c 2ne 30n nml 8u jwr yard I White Poles Oak Ioliw and Uniw Extension Rods Window Shades at IJlaic25c 35c tOe troll 50c inch Curtain Swisses nlm tie IOc loc anti 2oi IIyard White Quilts ToeSlOO l2rilo and frioi wiili Rugs lit nOcTnvSI f 125 8150 iuO 225250 5t and SIOi wmh Tluy aro liunutios r Furn1turoAs a few pieces of new Furniture are nlmo t indispiiifablc this time of time earn wish to call your especial attention to this pnrti ular department Ituincmber tt are complete house furnishers and there is 1111 place that ean serve you hotter Remember our Dress Goods and Milliner departments aro badly rushed Lit u have your Hat order now and when Easter mine war will have you fitted out in ulll ofour uptotheminute Hats and you wont need to worry about a lIt getting your Ilr in tune Rill from our Divss Goods station a new Kaslcr Dress A new Iras an 1 u now Hat jo hell toge- therSeaver f Dam Ke11t ckyI AWN titPA INP n fICItf14 Visit OJP j- jT0 4L Turley Co For a A w Ames Buggies Surries and Driving agons Armour f ti f Fcirtilixkr American Field Fonoo without tl weld Brown 1 r Cultivators Buckeye Sunbeam CiiltivatorsBlotints Steel ft Plows and Double Shovels COIn KinA PIMM Mills Camp 1 Dell Corn Drills f L Case Steel Plows Deoring Harves ff tting Machines and Binder Twine Fish BIos Wagons T Ideal Buggies Surries and Driving Wagons Ideal Harness J rand Work Collars Ideal flarrowsjdeal Plows Leh l Asrrl J GCOs Land Rollers Meyers Hay Tools Meyer Buggies j11 Wagons Moline Plows and Disc Cultivators Oli lt ver Cliill Plows Tiger Harrows Cultivators and Corn ii Planters Vulcan Chill Plows Whitinun New Model Steel t 1 Beauty Hay Press best quality of Clover Timothy und Herdsgrass Seeds Just received a ear load of cawik Peas L i tYou Get the Benefit of Our Saying Disc urtt r On the above mammoth line of vehicles implements honorLW t jiv wj Maw I IIUIII JIILO iuii uiigi iea LIIUH allj other implement tutor vehicle concern in Western Ken k tucky in fact South of the Ohio river We get n liberal discount which enables us to buy goods cheaper than any 2 3 other implement house in the United States We have 4 been with you long enough to show you the kind of treat ment you may expect and we wish to assure you that we 4 appreciate the nice trade you have given us which amounts 4i annually up close to a half million dollars and we wllllf guarantee to render the same liberal treatment that we have heretofore Get our prices before you place your order and we will save you money Yours for more 4 business tTh T J Turley Coot INCORPORATED Ti- S Ai Hi io J I k t 1 u elwww4 9Where1 i To Btitr 41 t3 puzhngitt jj 4V expect to pay cash i J an1aru entitled to the very best the market rtl1 1hbf4V Wo are anxious to have your trade By our largo i 4q stock and close cash prices wo know that wo are in jj 4 a position to save you money We extend to you b 4V 41 cordial invitation to visit us compare our prices amIb Jj qualities with other houses then there will ho no j 47 doubt as to where you decide to make your pur bit J ehaSltbit 47 OJlr Spring Millinery 41Is the talk of the town Kever before have wo shown jj 41 such an array of stylish Hats Three milliners con J 41 sluntly busy speak fur us more than wo can speak bit JJ for ourselves Its enough to say that ladies that jj 4l want tho latest stylishly trimmel Hats Como direct i J to us Jouiteous treatment and prompt service is ty our mottoU9tfi bit Our Wash Goods u- n Look tho lines in town over then como to us you t4V will find that wearo headquarters for all thats now 9 J in Wool Fabrics Stock too varied to go into den toils Come visit us or send fur samples Complete 9 n lino of Laco Yoking etc to match Prices running jjj Uf4q Ladles and Misses Slippers 41Its a delight to show these goods Wo have all 49 now lusts the season affords Surely no lady can b1 S examine our linu without being favorably impressed jj 4i with their styles Same stock styles etc in chit p drens Cull early rind see them j 4 i tt- 4i We certainly appreciate nil past favors and are tit t 41 striving by keeping a woll selected stuck our CASH t 4 SKIRLING and CASH BUYING motto to nuke our g b 47 house your urmancnt trading place We want your 1 4 Kjigs Feathers and Wool highest prices paid tt IL 1u41 r aAT41 The Baroain Genler ii b t Farmers Opportunity Big Implement Sale For the next thirty days wo aro going to oiler Great Bargains in Plows Cultivators Harrows Corn trills Wagons Buggies and all Funning Imple ments in order to reduce our stock to make room to buildI Our goods are alt of standard reliable makes and are wellknown and extensively used throughout the countryso that you take no chances in buying w from us AVo have tho best equipped shop in the county for all kinds Blacksinithing and Repairing andean do many Jobs in firstclass shape that other shops k cannot do at all and at moderate prices Call and secure some of tho bargains wo are offeringYours truly WILLIAMS a MILLER Beaver Dam Ky ttrJurttWl 11 Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 21 4 7 V Illinois Central RailroadTime Table Nnrlli lloiiuil- No I 137 dn 10 407 nm No 15iilnoU30im 1R N oit02 ilnn 5 aT pm Kolllli nennd- NoIIIII J1311III- No 101 IHp HI duiSo I8t lu in Readymade Muslin Underwear at 1 Fairs T F Johnston Sulphur Springs was a very pleasant caller Monday L SYt1 New lire of Belts and fancy Collars I at Fairs Myl myI whntnice Vegetable Soup at City Restaurant Clellon Flcner City went to Pipe- Springs last Sunday New goons every week in Fairs 5c and lOc Basement i IBuy your Easter Hat from Miss Morton Milliner for Carson Co Mrs W P Render and little daughters Mary and Mabyn Matan zas are the guests of Mrs 6 E Smith R B Everlw Matanzas was pleasant caller Saturday Ladies who want the latest Jt Hats always come to Fairs See the fine line of Cakes and Crackers at City Restaurant All kirdsof sewing machine Sup plies at City Restaurant Fairs Clothing department is full of stylish Suits for Easter Dont leave town before visiting Fairs 5c and lOc basement Oscar Flener City spent Sundn with friends in Logansport Try those Sweet and Sour Pickles atCity Restaurant So nice Hot Fish Corn Bread and Coffee at City Restaurant So good p DrC G Crowder Rosine called I at THE REPUBLICAN office yesterday Fairs do the Millinery business Come to them for your Easter Hat lion H P Taylor and Mr T J Smith went to 0yensboro Wednesday tLeave your laundry at Cleve Hers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery 46tf Everything good to eat a City Res taurant Most uptodate place in Hartford McCall Patterns at Fairs Come or send your order lOc and 15c nothing higher New shipments of readymade Skirts at Fairs Styles the best prices to suit you For a Skirt you should see Fairs line of Mohairs Sicillian and Pana ma Cloths the very newest Those Steak Meals the City Res taurant serve are simply fine Try one when you arc in Hartford I Superintendent James M DeWeese returned Tuesday from a few days visit to his mother at Shreve Buy your Mattings Carpets Lace Curtains and Floor Oilcloths from Fairs They are headquarters- Mrs CM Barnett who has been quite ill for the past several weeks we are glad to report is improving We will take a good work horse as part payment on a piano during our special sale in Hartford 0 M BRYANT Co Cash paid for Wool Will pay 26 cts per Ib for Wool in grease We want lObOOO poumsICAUSON Co Quarterly Court adj u111ed Wed nesday after a three days session at which quite a good deal of business was transacted n The lady who buys her spring wearing apparel before seeing our stock misses a great opportunity CARSON Co Mrs F L Felix who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Ai Duncan Louisville for the past few days returned home Monday We are still paying SAc per pound for hens and 12Jc per dozen for eggs We will pay these prices this week CARSON Co Virgil Foster of NianguaMissouri who has been the guest of relatives- in and iear Hartford f6r the past few daysreturned to his home Tuesday Young man come in and let show you our Spring Clothing We can make you brand new for a small sum of moneyCARSON Co When in town dont fail to see A C Taylors line of Furniture and Ve hides The Fordsville liquor election resultIeddrys the vote standing 84 dry 30 wetVictor Cobb Greenville who been under the treatment of DrSi Taylor and Stanley for the past week will return to his homo the first of next week baslbeenRaglandslnce our last report John Hinton Render age 19 years to Ida i Snell Render age 2X years Mr J W Lab of Grcen 1leI i Kyhas purchased the interestof Mr L W Martin irt the Mercantile business hereand has taken charge of same The firm name will now be- Long Co u aMr C B B Felix Olaton is hereunder the treatment of Dr E W FordWhy not load your wagon with egg chickens hams bacon and woo and bring it direct to Carson Co We are prepared to meet all comp tition CARSON Co Mrs Isaac Foster was operated on Monday afternoon for mastoid al sesVDrs Joe D Taylor A F Stanley and Richard Foster the lattqi of Casky Ky were the operating weyRev W M Wood of Harrods burg is conducting a union revive meeting at the Court House Mud interest is being manifested and the meeting will no doubt accomplisl lasting good Everybody is welcome Having opened up a new and complete lint of Furniture and Ve hides in my new building on Main street I de everybodyi to visit my store and set my line of goods Assur ing one and all that a hearty welcome is ex tended at all times A C TAYLOR SAULLHOUS April 18Rev Boggess of Beaver Dam preached an interesting sermon at Equality Sunday Miss Oma Maddox went to South Carrollton and Central City Wednesday Mesdames Louisa Overhults and Ollia Hill were the guests of Mrs Sam Groves Sacramento Monday and TuesdayLittle Miss Marion Hill was the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Pender Maddox several days last week Mrs Sam Morton who has been quite tick for some time is improv lingS L Fulkerson Rockportwas the guest of Bob Fulkerson and family Sunday f John Withrow is worse at this writingC Bullock who has been sick for some time is no better Charlie Kimbley went to Central City Saturday returning Sunday- S T Hunter and daughter Miss Lelia went to South Carrollton Monday Miss Eulah and Lucy Withrow went to Centertown Friday Misses Nettie and Augusta Geiger went to Centertown Saturday Miss Oma Maddox went to Ceral vo Saturday DL D Maddox attended the Mason ic lodge at Ceralvo Saturday Messrs Owen and Ed Hunter and Joe Bullock were in Ceralvo Satur day Rev E D Boggess will preach the funeral sermon of Mrs Eunice Drakeaeceasedat Equality the third Sunday in August Rev Cox will preach at Equality the fourth Sunday night in this monthWill Bullock who has been quite ill for some time was able to attend church Sunday The farmers in this vici nity are- S almost through breaking corn ground and some are talking of planting corn this week- J C Drake went to Kirtleys Land ing Friday Herman Addington returned home Sunday from Bowling Green Lewis burg and Russellville The little son ofToll Tichenor had his footseverely cut Monday The Hartford Mill Company has the following to sell Flour Meal Corn Hay and Mixed Feed Lumber of all- s kinds dressed and rough ali sorts of Windows Doors and Transoms Screen Doors a specialty Shingles Laths and builders hardware Lime and Cement We have a regular Custom Feed Mill and grind plow points Come and see what weve got Whether you have any business or fl1jodArt3TORLdB- rrtb is BinfiM SJgnature 1I bdcIAf I I A Large Line Of beautiful patterns of Mattings can now bo hu here for 121u to oOo per yard If you need Mat 0 ting dont fail to look at our line for they area tho very low prices and the 1w t beautiful patterns A largo line of Factory Cotton clot be had for 5c a yard Bed Ticking Shirting Cottonade Carpe Warp Quilt Wadding Unbleached Cotton Cali cos Ginghams Ribbons Embroideries Ladies Beltschnve arrived in large quantities and will be sold at very low prices Men s Clothing We have added an additional line of spring and summer Clothing also a large line of Odd Pants of beautiful patterns We cue give you an elegan Spring Suit of light or dark colors for 550 A pair of Pants of tine pattorn for 140 We have a fancy lino of Mens Top Shirts which we are sell I ing for 45c- Dont forget that wo have just receiv ed a largo line of Slippers fur men and women Also a fine line bf Shoes I Mens Hats We have tho latest styles in Huts We can give you a nice Hat from 100 to 250 A lot ofoth oj goods that has just come in which aro not men tioned here Come in and take a look For Latest Spring Styles SAm BACH Hartford Ky TAKE THE REPUBLICAN 11 10 Per Cent- Reduction 1 Sale In order to make room for our immense stock of Spring Goods we will commencing Monday April 10 1905 make a reduction of 10 per cent on Shoes Clothing Hgts Caps and Ladies Skirts laving established a caSbsystem which has been a success beyond our expectations we are able to huddle checks of all kinds at 90c on tho dollar Our prices are the lowest consistent with quality Remember the date April 10th to 30th Drug Department Being in charge of an able pharmacist wo aro pro pared to supply your wants in an able and satis factory manner All row fresh drugs at lowest prices No substituting Bring us your produce highest market price paid The Brown Mercantile Cad IP4COt 1OIL ATIS ID McHenry Ky rry1M r I 01 Je ANIMALS WANDERINGS I 1Rats The Most Migratory IfiLemmingsRace With l Death fThefablt of the country mouse r 1 and the town mouse has a foundation t f in fact Mice occasionally migrate ainlarge numbers when food grows r scarce and travel considerable dis tances to fresh houses Farmers in r a part of Perthshire had a good t on to become aware of this fact w iacouple of years vast swarms of I mice invaded their cornfields at harvest time But the mouse only travels when it has to The rat on the contrary r f seems to take a yearly outing in very t much the same fashion as to hum r beings Rats are the most migratoryeI creatures in the world a troops of rats leave the towns at ti end of summer and spend a mon or two in the country apparently in order to enjoy the change of fo which the country affords at th time of the year in the way of fr fruit and grain Before the cold weather sets in they are all back in their old quarters Reindeer migrate with the same regularity as swallows They move south when winter sets in but as soon as ever the snow begins to melt they travel steadily north sometimes I for as much as a thousand miles t To end a holiday by deliberate sui cide is so strange a phenomenon that long time naturalists looked upon I the stories the migration of the lem R mings as an improbable fiction Yet the facts are beyond dispute At i regular intervals these ratlike cre tures start out from their homes in the fastness of northern Scandi navia in huge droves numbering tens of thousands and travel stead ly southwart Death pursues them in a hundred forms Hawks another d birds of prey hover about them Foxes wolves ahd men decimate them Thousands are drowned in rivers Yet the rest struggle on u do n festrugglestrength fails and they drown Not one ever returns from this journey of of death is A Tried and True Friendiz One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful dru and it has been curing CoughsColds Croup 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 Griffin Bro m 1 Detectives in China a The China detective force is a s cret body and the best organized i the world Its members keep anjeye on every man woman and child foreign or native throughout China a and in addition watch each otherd 5 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at gin least one dreaded disease that science day has been able to cure in all itsstages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarr hlastCure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis ease requires a constitutional treatment if Halls Catarrh cure is takenan internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the sys tern thereby destroying the founda tion of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the tedomghave so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonals Addess F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggists 75cselTake Halls for con Pr stipation m t1 Daily Thought rf Acheerful r with all itrknowledge delightful and wit good 1 natured It will lighten sickness s poverty and adliction and render will deformity itself agreeableWiI To the West and Southwest Cal ifornia Etcof PacificsSt Louis Cairo orMemphis Great Iy reduced oneway Colonist rates on Feb 21 March 21 1905 to Arkan I sas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories and numerous points in a other western States Great opp tunity for the investor br homese er Homeseeker round trip tick on sale every first and third Tuesdays of each month limited 21 day Lands are cheap rates are low Cheap round trip rates now in effect to winter resorts of the West and Southwest Liberal limits and st over privileges Daily through Standard Pullman sleepers from St Louis via Missouri pacific Ry or Iron Mountain Route also personal ly conducted Tourist sleepers Tues day Thursdays and Saturday Descrihenp furnished free For particulars rates etc consult nearest Ticket Agent or address R T G Mat thews T P A Room 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky tf u None Left to Chloroform anShall we chloroform the old folks the next generation asked the esage of Plunkville kmtp on e sexes retorted the Pohick philoso ofhd Hot Springs Ark This great health and pleasure resort is best reached via the Iron Mountain Route Quickest schedule and solid trains Pullman sleepers hair cars etc from St Louis or Memphis daily Now is the season to visit this great resort Low round rates liberal limits Handsome descriptiveliterature furnished free For rates map folders etc pall on nearest Ticket Agent or address T G Matthews T P A Roo 301 Norton Bldg Louisville Ky 1ADangerous Feat Harry Norton engineer of the Wabash fast mail from Moberly to Kansas City performed a dangerous task near Excision Springs Junction Thursday night While his train was railing off about 60 miles in as many minutes the electric headlight was extinguished the carbon having slipped from its accustomed place Bidding his fireman John Smith t ofattend to the throttle Norton the front of the engine locked his around the rail swung his body opened the head light and fixed it without stopping the speec the train The Wabash fast mail a Government train and is penal to the amount of 100 if it is more than five minutes late into theI Norgton more than a minute ahead of time v Sneezed The Bullet Colonel Sidney G Cooke local mauagcrpf the Leavenw9rth Sol dsers Home probably Is the only man in the world who ever sneezed bullet out of his head He was thena having penetrated his brain HeIwas taken prisoner and sent te An after having his wound f by a doctor who did not attempt to extract the bullet Cooke recovered and the lead in his floghdid not bother him at all he commenced to sneeze and he nearly sneezed himself to death sneezed for ten days With the sneeze came the bullet Heading Johnny OffIWhatll you give me Miss Eldery Ill tell your age and you need not a question Whatll you take not to do it To Consumptives i The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means af suffering for several years with thatIus to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully free of charge a copy of the used which they will ConsumptionAsthma throat and lung Maladies He hopes sufferers will try his remedy as is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing please address Rev Edward A Brooklyn New York32ry An Affectionate Baby Friend I suppose the baby is fond youPapaFond of me Why he homeIKennedys Laxative Honey and Tar romthe1 I GREELEYk tThe Gentle Brusque and Welcome SFarmhouse Intru der rsoPt married and brought his bride home on a visit said an old acquaintance a sugar party was given in their honor on a neighboring farm Alto I the guests had arrived and we were looking out watching for the belated bride and groom At last we say something appearing in the distance As this same object came nearer 0 discovered it was the old white horse of the Greeleys slowly picking his way through the mud On his back sat the bride in a brilliant yellow frock with a green velvet belt and behind her wrapped in his famous vhite overcoat sat tie editor of the New York Tribune It was the fun niest sight I ever saw and set us oil in fits of laughing I remember that I simply lay down and roled upon the floor in a spasm of mirth Mr Greeley came home ever year and after a day or two on the farm would start out to walk miles and call on people He was never known to knock at a farmhouse door No matter whether he knew the in mates or not he would push open the door walk right in sit down by the fire place and fall to discussing crops andother topics dear to the farmers heart Everybody was glad to welcome this gentile brusque intruder r partyfflatironTess They did that so youd press your suit hop Counting Herrings Very clever is u Swedish inventor named Ekenberg who has construct eda machine which takes herrings as they come from the not sorts rllognizcdbcuts oft their head splits don 1hctperhour1The Boiling Point Mnjrgio the cook was told that accordingto n certain recipe the come tan hard boil After the water had been on the stove for some time hhe was asked whether it was boiling sufficiently hard pointing water you can always tell wliclt its hard hoilin bv tin blab in th- emiddleSew I York Post Not Invented Yet Mother Have you anytvatcr proof boots for a boy waterproofhoots ilothcr Why dont you have boysSalesmanIVhen somebody has openingforope for boys waterproof boots not before The Leader Husband So you have joined a womans politicalorganization What are you going to tnko in it WifeIm going to run the ma chino Detroit Free Press Not In Sons Line- D Voe After your son leaves college I suppose you will take him youDyerNo a line of sportiloodsfuckI Jlihko is a game played by tine Japanese boys Two boys play itOne throws oared disk face down on the ground and the other tries to strike it so hard with his green disk that he turns it over and s wins the redone Remember This Be at war with your vicos at L pence with your neighbors and let leery new year find you a better ian Benjamin Franklin Nursery TravelsCMary went to Betty went to Spain Bobby went around tho world Twice and homo again Mary took a doll Betty took n shawl Bobby took a shining svyl And a rubber ballwatrtuigeThougii JourneylngaBobby Mary spoke In France DrBetty spoke In Spain hoTalkedYouths Companion a arrraNothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Or1KingsNew For cnxNu1luIOy 50eA7100 Price A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fails Trial Bottles free cRs I aOlr FH Ji CarlstedtsGermanLircrataler will euro you of nil maladlos per taining to tlio Liver and Kidneys such as Constipation Dyspepsia Indl gestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Sick Headaches Dlarrliaft and Dysentery of a bilious typo Rheumatism Impure Blood vo will give you n 25o Uotilo absolutely freo to try and be convinced No sick ono can neglect such an offer veryfactOr nlil German Liver order toes what is clammed for iu Tho manufac turers surely would not RVO it away U there was any doubt as to the results You want those resultsyou want to be well Wont you us show you the wayWo have been appointed special Dls tributing Audits for the free distribu tion of the lioc bottlo of Dr CrlstcdtV German Liver Powder Call at once or 011 will bo too late as tho offer is so liberal it cannot last in definitely Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Has relieved and cured many thous ands of hopeless cases and wo want you to try It If you llvo at a distance and cannot send or call In person send 7o for postage to tho Arne lean Phar macal Co Evansville ladwho will talco pleasure In sending It by mail Do not send children Yours respectfully J II Ul II IMS n CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of Promptly obtained or no Ire writ for our apply CO DgPor tnhaJIIurJ We obtain PAT and help Inventors to inccoM Rend model nlintn nr akPkb and vrfr und IMM2OIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT ttcillJlelttu at 605507 7th St W HNCION D C aamn sanrwnaanewrr cJoz TOta ABen tm- Sfgnatur Alha Kind Yes Ibis Urals Botlll 1Iu An Opportunity We want a man in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer exceptional induce ments to someone who commands aIhorse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca- pabledevelopment into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfg Co 72 and 74 Wabattt Ate CIIICAGO Do You Need PrintingoIf you do we are ready to take your order for anything you need in the printing line We print Envelopes per 560i SIUO Letterheads per roam ofoUO IJ j Noteheacl Per rerun of 500 LOU Statements pun icuiu or 5U0id0IIlleads peivremn of 500 25- Pittfcription Blanks per 1000 Og Business Curds Visiting Curds VcddinjiIiivilatiiiM Circulars Dodgers all sizes of Hninl Bills in fact everything that is printed in It firstclass print shop Prices lo vest Give us your order Work promptly attended to THE REPUBLICAN Q v v tte a Faiiolai The Mtdrrn tunics de hrfntr i ft ll artwill liinlr Jim I tIstrum and will PAN 0 LA has no tqml l f In iecniinn Dtpptp Catarrh nl the UMilhllIt Slo IIHokI Lv ano KHnrx a- La f i Grlpp and upnm1 drblhtyilHdr bv II a IIFTCIIHIKIP THAR IIA MACAL Co Inc PIT unit hy J- A J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky J w + BOTTLE nnndungSPRUCE arc curedlOur Free Proposition FIRST BOTTLE FREE GllmIpleat tend us tho We will then rend yon an order on our for n bottlo and wo will pay poor ynaltne4owirouhatplaces ou under no whatever TheveryfactawayIfl4orowaeanydoubtWont you let us at ozpenie show yon way Is In two 25c and l r l M IlihXTT I RNter- aOall i 0 rf r5THSe111tN Eti S t II tltllOHII I i l1I11rIIttIIlqIh III all tho i- uhluaoadJuhduyrnglhaaadtnrlulAhprnJ MlKvlill III tMIIHlll intro 10 Illl llUxllllltfllttUMM- lihHriHir r rWlli naahd the Itiniliviif n 10III + ItlMIIIK AS llBllllllK l FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Lawn- tttrtuuufYa bb lrIn ID nhiii and nth liilHlnu r iantr and In il oar of tpMUla tir IIIIIIlallrII i- h j I CHAS M CROWEI VYEtHIHAHIIMIII Kv j nNIpmMre hU prnferdon In nil the r mrt oeloJrI ntllrelln llCrr rurnrr Ne- tlrtendientrrIrrrlTkuanlnfrrt n tailr JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LVfl- ARTFORI KY tnekngahIreetaArelnsutnrrr nltrnnrrbhlrihft la R WRDDINO 4t AttorneyiLt Law HAitrroKo KY IlrrallatIrrurOblnM i IIKAVIIIN rnxltrttoifil flEA VRIN WOODWARD ICOtC c c lUuirmii Kv tuetirtrtxlullllllon rlrrn rrlmlnnl trarlkv n 1 rnlhoe linn east hank I ilflnrllurd W H BARNES Attorney at LawTTIIIISIV- lUmruitri r1111111 bl pmrerlu ln tlllkpruitrt lhtnadndJIIsgruaatiruul la the Canft i I Appeal MrVt altrnlliin till l ictrm to- ihalrlnrrnlnl In hlnmr I + dlloeai111 lr nallnrnurllrouV- t r YANCY L MOSLEY j ATTORNEY AT LAW rlIrtlrIWill pturtlte til Iro In sill the 1ourM Ohio ninl udnlnlnir ranhtlp and In i Anprd Alii Notary IoMlc I11m iiver rlnl Nnlliui I haul eIrhanddsertptlnnmayQalekl i Cnmmanlrlit0trletlrcunedenaIHAN0870EonIMente Bent n fu n I reclrtlfptNalneiIcrwiLutctrInlhs i Scientific Rmerican IAh nd ornlr llloitrtlM w klr I rtMt HN eodbyaJlnewdalntI IDrlollcll UtSce alII Bt Wublnllon1J PROCUREDANDDErNDEDteDdaaedatni guyeopyngbtete 1DIUIWrite or la utKUU Strut opp UilU4 UtM M t Osh WASHINGTON 9 A 25 CENT FREE I slat nndlpay him forabottlo of on your t DR OTTOS GUM astrlcthrsclentliBo ctfrupound of jccullnr virtue MADE FROM THE RED SPRUCE OUGHS not only Imhiealately yield to this remedy but speedily and permanently herewith druggist fullsized freo druggist obligation onr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam sold sizes 50c lllriinlv aellrenadto IfinenU ANtimivrv Kv Kcrlnrlrr- tbCuart come illS CUT OUT THIS COUPONFor thIs nffiM M W It to The Ame can Phaymararl ain Co EvansvUlc blanks lad ant 1111 llydltoaeola IJ I frIend upp- lywoa50bottierro IwfLtakeI6nndrvoo mencintomi eI- va m UAddrea Wdin IFOl Sale by Js H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 1 e vcr 19 Hours Saved to Mexico liy the superb double doily ser cc over the Iron Mountain Rc its il its connections the shortcut and- ickct line from St Louis u City Mixico through San Antonio and redo Through Pullman slecpiiH iy leaving St Louis 221 p m and I p in Klejrunt pining Can MT Wonderful Mexico JH 11 tract f the investor nnd ilorwuriSUvr 1w rates liliiral atop over piivi rc Now is tin time to jro Im s iptive literature rates et- crare t Tiekf AIfNllIII addle s Ituumti ado Dyspepsia Bnre Digests what you saL L THEROWELS lbtTheemuothesttowilt cltr Irn tik- oCANDY CATHARTIC CANDYM Do WandfnAlotr York KEEP BLOOD A 1- FREEI TOnTiONDI tTwo Weeks Free Tuition in the Qwenstjoro Business University i Individual instructions from a large and o competent faculty Every Graduate cures employment Free membership the YeM C A gymnasium and library inifor full information A M FISHER Pres Iw YW WN tJW J HEUMATISMand other ills produced bv dieiu ed kidneys bo- f cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is I J marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you nee not satisfied your money will 1clwul fully refunded isk you Druggist 95c 50c RGON OIL CO tt 130 Main St Louisville Ky n i BUSINESS I IIor young woman who would win success in life This being roucedvd if first importance to get your training at the schools stand in Uu front rank YANT STRATTON Business College N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Loylsvlllo Ky OKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one special ORTHAND ht in his line Write tier n beatniiul book jivinj REWRITING testimonials trop graduates occupying promineni itions allover the United Statesit will be mailed tonu FHEE School all the year Studeits can enter at urn EJ WRIGHT President UR CLUBBING RATES HE REiuiiLieANand Louisville Herald125ir-E REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250 HE REPUBLICAN rind CourierJournal 160 HE REPUBLICAN nnd St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 HE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 I HE REPUBLICAN and Lipponcotts and Coimoplitnn 325 HE REPUBLICAN and TviceaWcek Owensborolnquircr 175 W REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 HE REPUBLICAN and fwiccn Week Oboro Messenger 175 OUCH RIVtR- ELEPHONE COMPANY 1ICcorouu Talk being cheapend neeednary fou should patroplze home folks I here you can buy your own phones d build your own lines sad tie ink a king distance with the whole coun Pty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the I Rough River Telephone Company or I they will be Rt the whole expense I- Iytu say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky t r RIPANS Tabulea Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet li enough for usualoccnelo- nTbdmtty bottle 180 eeutal eontalnia snppl- rorayear All dwftliu Mil them S a- or vT tbo an d li br xl i torhrltl A- bterlin9Remedy Ceapany Chicago orHcw YOUR CLEAN i Write can West that a a any Nasal CATARRHIn ihoaldib cluullnei- bEljrq Cream Balm cleanJllloolbelilldhcaJatbe It core catarrh and drive away a cold In the hood gdckly t Cream Balm placed Into tbs nostrils tpritdi over the membrane and II absorbed Bellif li Im mediate and a cure follow It U Dot drjlng4oei Dot produce ineezlnj Large Size SO otnti at Drug gliti or by mall j Trial Size 10 cents by malL ELY BKOTUERS 69 Warren Street New York I EVERYBODY MAKE TWt CLOTHES WMITC A QUART FOX 5e FOR SALE Br ALL AaNqWI Ike Aatrlcai fhamacalCe I t i dtfJ j U I MErITED SUCCESS asRlrss Attuclu Upon The IrcpII illation nml lit luiccs Physician arc Without Avail There livre In buffalo N Y a man proprietorIPierce line lately collie Into added publicity bcaue of the unwarranted at tack innUe upon his medicines by a certain periodical which charged that they were not what they were rofire- vented to bo by the doctor He promptly met Unit attack by suing the owners of the Journal in question for ofIthe editors who acknowledged that their Btatenunit woe entirely without foundation but notwithstanding this covert ill tucks etlll been made upon Dr Pierce and his business Dr IierceH huiinoiM Which has Its laFo1I1bornioryfor the manufacture of hi- shadieinestiroFavorite Hcrlption and time Golden Medical Discovery mid n hospital known ns tin lintel for the treatment of various tell meats by a large stuff of physicians aiuli surgeons is too result thirty JlUIlJtildealingof honor respected In the community anti enjoying the confidence of hie fel low They know that he is neither a quack nor n charlatan but that he has attained success in life be cause he deserved it Comley History of ZI1TYork State containing biographical sketches of the taco w mohave given wealth stamina and character to the Emp 10 State gives a sketch of the Ihcd ph from which the following brief extracts are made t Evqry nntlon prosperityiu lin ulshes it ns an individual nation I to the few men belonging to it who leave the courage to step beyond tho boundaries prescrilxd by professional tnuiiion or social customs profORslOn example in the successful and justly celebrated physician Dr R V Iercl cf lInflalo Y and any history EmplroSintesketch of his useful nnd earnest work Specially educated for the profession early supplemented his studies by extensive and original re search several departments Devoting his attention to certain special cnrelullyIhctlgnted n remarkable degree In these specialties he has become a recognized leader byhimpre crileed IIv phslrnnllln their private practice pamphlets and larger works have re as useful contributions to medical knowledge isevidencedtion as a man and physician does not deteriorate and the fact that there is a steadily increasing demand for his medicines procs they are not noatrunis but reliable remedies fdr diseaseDr establishment at Buffalo is one of the show points of that flour ishing city and is well worth a visit just to see how modern medicines even though they be patent are brtrnlnentific principles It is also worthwhile the of seeing the methods followed uy which each ap plicant for aid whether he Ii correspondent or a patient at the spemallstiInthings aro seen it will be speedily ac knowledged bv the most skeptical that all patent are not pnpershaveA What Ailed Him iloupor Weekiy- JA small boy who had been told by his aunt that God made Adam a wife out of a rib which he took from the sideof the first man complained soon after not feeling well What is the matter with you inquired his relative Ive Rot such a pain in my side was the reply I think I must be going to have a wifpI READ THIS Bowling Green Ky Junei21901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mp 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 cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminalemis sion weak and lame backs rheumatism 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 by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and gel dom fails to cure any of the Above mentioned Sold l all drci tjt3 Dr E W Hall sole manuactfriir P 0 box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo f A LITTLE NONSENSE rill Wine Man Makes No Comment to I the Story Toiler Sly dear sir said time man who had sat for fifteen minutes listening tbn story by the other mv candid opul1 n is that you lire n liar and yet I am not sure Let liie ask you a question lire nvay callyounCertainlyeirt tAnd if you have been telling the rtth and Ielll you a liar what thou BctIy time Hmo sir The only you to do is to sit tight and 1f1l1xIII comment Thats where it story teller always hu the boat of itlirooklyn Citizen Ho Got Even Su1 asked the wratliful patron over tHo phone wlmtdo you mean yourhilltime on Jny w skV rClllilflthoton mimlttii that toVonfnj while yon told mo what you thought ofjnafor utting in a full day on u tlo hours jobJudge All That Saved Him Note IKVPIH the moralizer fake the lifo ol your neighbor for in stance He Id do it in a minute interrupt cd the demoralizer if tho law would tolerate it lIes learning to play tho ornettoChicngo News IRe2icnable Enough I lladvsliow sweet the moon is I Why do you start so Harold when you look at it Harold Erwll you see Ive been knocked over by automobiles several rimes Putting Him at Ease She after dinnerExcuse me but ImvCnt met before Your face M strangely familiar 1IeYes ur host introduced us to each other just before dinner SheAil I was positive I had seen you somewhere I never forget a faceLondnn TitBits He Was It Did he actually ask old Roxlcy for his daughters hand Yes nndhe claims ho compelled the old man to toe the mark I Indeed 1 Yes but he was the mark Philadelphia Press Uiual Finish Momma said the innocent bride how does the honeymoon usually end With a domestic cyclone my dear answered the mother who knew whereof she spoke Boston Herald Self Conscious Miss Bliggins is very self con scious is she not Yes Yhen some one made a remark about n wolf in sheeps cloth lug she tookit as a reflection on her Persian lambcoatWashington Stars He Got tt JimjoneSI struck tho boss for a raise the first of tho year Samsmith Did you get it Jimjonea Sure I Ho presented me with a ninetyeight cent alarm clockChicago News Color Line Patience She calls that red dress of hers a ten gown Patrice Iho idea Ive seenI black tea and green tea but whoever saw ted teaYonkers Statesman For Her Own Good But whatare your objections to the young man naked the mother answered the other half of tho management of the girl Then slid you refuse his re quest for Ethels hand f rthedcur childs good If ho has anyspirit at all ho will marry her and if ho doesnt she is well rid of hUn S r err 1 + CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS C it Courh SJTUP Tastes Gad Uo In time Sold by druggists STRONG 4 ftt st the ee IS dr Again is what Mrs Lucy StovallofTiltonGa a said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia I Cure Hundreds otherwoakt beIng roil stored perfect health by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will take It Indigestioncausei nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and becom diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables tho stomach and digestive organs digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat OolUl bottlt tolUl tlntt Ruh trill erat to to Mpard at the JbIoratory of he CoChIcfo ncn HII by Z WAVM UltlkkIN Something New Variable Tours TO FLORIDAVIA Southern Railwaya- nd Queen 1 Crescent Route GO WE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets good go iiijr Via Asheville through the Land of the Sky and Beautiful Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta soil Chatauooga or vjcu versaare now on sale at Low Rates The Florida Limited composed of finest Pullman Drawing Room SJeepers and vestibuled coaches with Dining Car service enroute leaves Uinciuuatievery morning via Queen Crescent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via Cbatanooga and Southern Ry Con necting train leaves Louisville at 740 a m daily The Chicago and Florida special consisting ot elegant Drawing Room Sleepers observation cars Clubcar etc leaves Cincinnati at 925 dai except Sunday tinning through Solid to St Augustine VII Chatanoo ga and Sduthefd Railway with Din ing car service enroute Connecting train leaves Louisville at 725 p m carrying observation sleeper through without Change from Louisville to Stn Augustine alto through sleeper to Knoxville Through Pullmap Sleepers to Jack sonville from Cincinnati every even ing via Knoxville Asheville and Sa vannahFrom Louisville connection with all of the above trains is made at Lexington by trains of Southern Roilway Fur Land of the Sky book Winler Homes folder Rates Sche dules or other information address A C Rincarson G P A Q U Cincincinnati 0 C H HUNOERFORD District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo lAyersPills Want moustache or beard a beautiful brown orrich black Use 3JI1M044J1v1hwt Cumberland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co I ncori omted TneieB nothing the mutter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence and hasIllucrensed K E PArK Manr Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 pet year in advance Oliio Coxxxvty- ClrcultCourt TF Illrkheail Judge lien H Jllnxi Attorney TlI lllaek Jailer Ed 0 llnrrnei Clerks Prank U Felix Blaster Com mI loaerV L Moeeleylraetce Jury Fond Ca 1 Ktowo HherlR Iliitttord Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Kvawn Jo U Roberta Ham Known BCourtconrtn flrBtllon day la March end Angu t anti continues three kallnd third Monday In May and NoTumtier two weeks County Court J P Miller Judge M 8 RBB nnd Clerk W II Uarnes Attorney Hartford OVConrt ponrenei tint Monday In each month MondayIDAprilJutyOetoberundjannnry Court of Claim Conrenn that Monday In Jet OctobtrOtherFrank Lowe Amexor IMa James IWeeM School Superintendent Hartford lien L Darn Coroner Tviotleoo CourtsII F HadBon Hearer Iani Febrnary II May- 18AagnetdtNovembera0 UeoW Martin Balmown February 12 Ma j14 August 20 November 12 Jnoll Grnhnm Narrone February 29 Ma 2 August 29 November 11 T A Eran FordTllle January IS May 7- AUItIIt 27 Novembers JA Illck ItufordFebraary 7 May O Aug nit 12 November 7 W A none Centertown February 9 May U August 24 November P S DJ WIlcox Itockport February 20 May B Augu t 15 November 14 Hturtfori 3cllc Court JnoUVU on Judge C K Smith City AM torney S r Barnett Marshal Court con vane second Monday In enthniontb TJolierloMo Q rrrlc M E Church South Servldba third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p mand second Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting very Wednes day evening Rev WTlMlller Paetor- Daptlit Church Service held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunder and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Roy J Ut Unrnett pastor t C V Church Services Scat Sunday In each montbat 11 nmaod 7 pm Rev J D liar nedpastor School Trustees JlartfordJa P Miller J Glenn S T Steven DM Clocker J II D Carson Jon C Illley City Council Rowan Uolbrook Mayor S A Anderson Clerk BrS J Wedding W 8 Tins ey A C Taylor M L lleavrln T J Morton Councilmen Secret Seelsitloaj A O U W meet ant and third Fday utght In each month Hartford LodRe No 878 Ft A Maeoll artMonday nightie each month Hartford Tent No DO Knight ol the Maecarbees every Thursday night Rough River Lodgt No 110 KnlgTit of PytbU meets every Tiesday night Prston Morton rot No 4 H A R1iold regular meetings Saturday b toreflr t Sunday In each month Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAINROUTE i In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas moat direct line via ST LOUIS AM MEMPHIS recUnlnichairfirst and third Tuesdays or each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets olden etc on application H C TOWNSEND Gta1 halrsatUIattools IIR1leanIAyersBUCKINGHAMS DYE nnt era aftxixutti oa a t BUI tOKIUU K a t tl SSIPLS 4 jf Home MadeI Have your cake muffins and tea biscuit homemade They will be fresher f i cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder Helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake the raised I hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and r muffins with which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does not compare Royal is the greatest of bakeday helps ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK I i Hartford Republican I FRIDAY APRIL 21 BIG PIANO ME i p Bryant Coto Hold a Special Saleat Hartford Apr 2429 i tfPricesCut Almost Half in Order to Introduce Firm and Good C 11 Bryant SCo of Owensboro will Hold a special sale of Pianos Organs and Piano Players in the Ford Building in Hartford commenc ing April 25th and continuing to April 29th If you are thinking about buying a Piano Organ or Piano Player it will pay you to wait for this sale Or if you think of buying a within a the next year or two it will pay you to come and see our instruments and get our prices because we are going to have something mighty interesting to say to you We want to make the name of ourI pianos and the name of our firm well and favorably known to every man woman and child in Hartford and Ohio CJo In order to do this wet are coming right to your home town with a nice display of instruments and we are going to mark them down so low that anyone can see I at a glance that we are offering un usual bargains In fact we are go ing to ask only enough margin on each instrument to pay us for handling that instrument We shall look to I itthegood this sale will do us in the the way of an advertisementto offset soldduringan idea of what we are going to offer we will quote a few pricesIPianos formerly 200 special sale price 12750 Pij anos formerly 250 special sale price 105 Pianos forj merly 275 special sale price I 185 Pianos formerly 300 n special sale price215 350 j I pianos now 280 400 pij anos now 300 450 pianos I now 300 Piano PlaersIregular price 250 f 1200 Piano Players regular price 200 sale price 150 s j Regular 60 organs go for 38 05 organs go for 40 70 organs go for 43 75 JIgofor 45 SSo organsI 1i55 90 organs G4 and every thing else ill i proportion 1000 down and 500 per W a month buys some of these pi anos 2500 down and 8 bUyslIdown and 300 to 500 porI rIrL If you have an old instrument either an Organ or a Piano we will take it in as part pay on a new one Allowing you every dollar that it is worth We will have someone to play for you at any time that you can call during this sale Do not let this opportunity to get a high grade Piano or Organ at cost go by If you live in the country and cannot call during the day come in some evening as the store will be epen every evening We repeat this is not a money making proposition with us but sim ply a means of introducing ourselves and our goods to you This sale will prove a rare oppor tunity to you to get a reliable Piano or Organ from reliable people at factory p1 ces- Trusting that every family in Hartford and Ohio county who have no instrument will call on us during this sale and soliciting your patron age and good will We are very truly C M BRYANT Co Wholesale R Retail Pianos Organs Piano Players Owensboro Ky RENDER April ISDavid Watkins of Cen tral City was here last Wednesday Mrs Hamp Maddox left for Ow ensboro last Wednesday to visit Cora few days- Mesdames Jane Gwynn W J Sloan John S Spence McDowell Fair and Bunch Salsburg were in Beaver Dam shopping last Wednes dayOscar Brown eturned home from Indiana and Illinois last Wednesday after being absent for the past twelvemonths Dr H B Innes and F 0 Allen were in Rockport last Wednesday Police Reneer and Geo Tins tCity in Centertown last Thursday R B and J W Rowe of Center town were here last Thursday J H Brown of Swifts Packing Co was here last Thursday Miss Ida Snell went to Horton last Friday John S Spence was in Hartford last Friday Mr and Mrs W F Carter of Island arrived here last Friday to visit for a few days W D McElhinney of Central City was here last Friday Dr and Mrs H B Innes were in Beaver Dam last Saturday Robert McDowell was in Hartford last Saturday Dr S D Taylor of Beaver Dam was here last Saturday- E S Reed went to Stephensburg last Sunday to spend the day with his daughter Mrs Jas Bratcher CentertownI after a ten days visit Ed Mossbarger and S S Hoover of Louisville were here yesterday Isaac Oser went to Louisville yes terday to remain for two weeks vis Sheriff1wns Louisville were here today John R Scott of Paducahwas todayMrs Brown and Miss Effie Carnes were in Beaver Dam to day Mrs C P Wathen returned to her home i in Vine Grove tod4a1 ter visiting Mrs SB Bishop for the past two months Harry Draper returned from Her rin 111 today after being absent for the past three months Mr and Mrs John F hacker are visiting in Cleaton and Bevier at this writing Herman Render is all smiles Its a boy born on the 16th inst L E Reneer of Centertown was here today- Work is still very slack all around the mines not working hardly half the time owing to the scarcity of coal orders IF Notice As I had to return homeI will leave my books with Mr E D Oldham Anyone desiring to settle for their colt can settle withhim 38tf F W CKEAGEH PLEASANT GROVE April 16Mrs C W Bradley was the guest of her daughter Mrs Willie Weeks of Rochestr from last Tuesday until Sunday Mrs Beddie Martin will visit friends and relatives at Huntsville this week- Miss Eula Buchanan of Belton is the guest of Miss Bradley this week Don Stewart who has been in Ar kansas returned to his native home April 15- Miss Carrie Jones of Penrod was the guest of Mrs Jennie Fargay Saturday and Sunday George Buchanan and brother and Tom Martin were GreenvilleTues day on business Lightning struck and killed Miss Barleu of Butler county Monday afternoon 10 inst Miss Hazel Wester and sister of Huntsville were the guests of Ora Mefford Saturday and Sunday Misses Ora Meffard and Euna Bradley will visit Miss Nemon De poyster of Dumor next week I Miss Myrtle Kimmel is visiting J friends and relativesat Belton this week Mrs Ethel Westtr was the guest of her grandmoth at Ennis lost weekMiss Minnie Boughn of Huntsville has been the guest of her brother John Boughn Rochester for the past two weeks Call For Convention- At a call meeting of the Republi can committee of the Cromwell Mag isterial district held in Rosine 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 Magistrate 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 officeJ ALLEN Chmn 3914 JD TAYLOR Secy NOTICE D Ford c for l Judgment Local option election in Hartford Kentucky This cause coming on to bey heard and it appearing that at tho regular term of this Court on March 6 1905 D Fork and 61 others filed their petition herein ing an order of this Court directingan election to beheld in Hartford Ky on M- ayl1th1905the sense of the legal voters upon the proposition whether or not spir itous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in the said City of Hartford or whether or not the law now in force in said City ale owing the sale of spiritous vinous and malt liquors shall become inop erative in said city of Hartford and it appearing that said petition is and was the time filed signed by legal voters of said City in number great er than 25 per cent of the votes cast insaid city at the last general election preceeding the date of filing said I petition and it appearing further WIII Ii j that said petitioners have deposited with the Judge of this Court the sum of 6000 which is sufficient to pay the expenses of holding said election it is therefore ordered and adjudged that an election will be held in the said City of Hartford a City of the fifth class on the 9th day of May 1905 for the purpose of tak ing the sense of the legal voters of said City upon the proposition whether or not spirituousvinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in the City of Hartford or whether or not the law now in force in said City allowing the sale of spiritous vinous and malt liquors shall become inop erative in the said City of Hartford The clerk of Ohio County Court is ordered and directed to prepare bal lots to be used at said election as required by law and the Sheriff of Ohio County is ordered and directed tohold said election and to open a poll in each voting place in the said City of Hartford on the 9th day of May 1905 for the purpose of carry ing out this order It is further ordered and ad judged that a special registration be held on Tuesday April 25 1905 Cora legal voters of said City who have not registered The regular election officers in the voting precincts in which any part of the said City of Hartford is included will con duct said registration as required by law The Sheriff of Ohio County is directed to have this order pub lished in some weekly newspaper published in Ohio county for at least two weeks before the date of elec tion and also by written or printed notices in each voting precinct for same length of time at this proced ing ffi cotinued- A copy attest 11 S RAGLAND Clerk By U G RAGLAND D S Pursuant to the foregoing order u and judgment of the Ohio County Court I will on Tuesday May 9 1005 cause a poll to be opened na and in the manner required by law at each and all the voting places in the town of Hartford Ohio county Kentucky to take the sense of the legal voters of said town qualified to vote for county officers upon the proposition Whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked in in the said town of HrtfoM Ohio county Kentucky Given under my hand as Sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky this the 18th day of April 1905 CAL P KEOWN S 0 C Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this office cheap v+++ ++ + BIG FOUR The Best Line to J Indianapolis Peoria Chicago Toledo Detroit CievelandI I New York Boston p I And all other points Information Ea1tinished on application I Ticket Office Big Four No 259 Fourth avenue or write to S J GATES Genl Agent Passenger Dept ILouisville Ky I Carson 8 Co Every day add to the popularity of this great store Valuegiving tasteful styles and proper ma tennis form the basis of our success The valu s we are oflering this season are absolutely without precedent in highgrade good but our enormous buying capacity makes all things pos Bible It is another demonstration of what our vast organization can d- oSpecial I ValuesI- n Men and Boys Suits for this week Suits Tailored in the latest styles that you would expect to pay 20 for go this week at 15 Exclusive styles in the highest ait of the designers skill showing that degree ofrefinement in their conception and thsto in their execution that they appeal at once to every instinct of the tasteful dresser Such Suits as you would expect to pay 1250 for go this week at 10 Other Lines- We are also showing a nice line of Suits at 198 300 500 and 750 Our line of Boys Clothing is complete Prices from 1 to 5 per Suit We are prepared to show you tho greatest line of Ladies and Childrens Dress Goods that has ever Neon placed before the public In short we have the most complete lino of Merchandise in Ohio county We also want your Wool Chickens and Eggs Voask you to favor us with a visit at an dateTruly Yours Carson Co INCORPORATED Hartford Kentucky Henry Wattersons Letters from EuropeWill J w A Leading Feature or Th- eCourierJournal It DUrino 1905 There will be many otber attractive departments nil going to nuke a tom lete Newapsptr Malt Rates Dally CourierJournal I Yr 6 Dally and Sunday 1 Yr 8 Weekly t Yr I j 1 COURIBRJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY I It i 1 By o Special Arranfccmt you can get the tHARTFORD REPUBLICAN nnolthe WKLY COURIERJOURNAL Itotti one your lor only I5oIt Tbs ie far cash nubicrlptions only All suhnrribers under this conihlna tlon oflr must be ssnt through Tim RRITIILICAN office i I 1 Real Estate- BARGAINS 70 acres on Sulphur Springs rondG millS from Hartford 82 acres in m dow 400 fruit trees 10 white oak trees good house and good barns for 65000 120 acres mar Rockport in good condition good buildIIngi find fneRnalend 83 ecru fine bottom land for f2o per acre or 16o3 miles from iartford on Sandcriura crossing road Gjod house Rood bare oung orckttrd in fine state ol cultivation A bargaint305 Idea fine Rough river bottom land near Hartford in fine state of cultivation Will sell chear considering the land 188 acres near Ceralvo See 1 me lor prices 20 acres at Centertown Seejme for One prIcesIstreet in Hartford In flue condition f75000 A house and 2 acres ol ground tfrnltgoodlnf for 375P 135 acres 4 miles north ot Hartford In good state ol cultivation 8500 43 acres near Ceralvo 43000 70 acres near Palo 25 acres bottom lend balance good upland good bouses good barns ftiso oo One good new 60 Mosler for sale at a bargain 10i1want SeA Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY i Workas good as the best and prices as 4 cheap as the cheapest Give us your order and be convinced r f