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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 I S h 1 t t i I tpublitanitI b Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU 1oI l X VII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 28 19051 No 41 1 iiin MEDICAL 4 SENSATION OF THE AUE=THE DISCOVERY OF PRU=NA 1 to 1 Other Remedies Failed Pcruna Cured writescloavAch torlIhoutI itprocr Worlds Greatest Medicine Factory rapid growth of tho Ieruna Modi impany is as phenomenal in tho popuiplant covers a number of acres peopleNore je anything llko the volume of bntlcess done by Dr HartmanA firm proprigtarythoughpclnp detallsof its compounding a jfno secret and nothing give Dr showlltti GHOSTS AND SPECTRES How a Poll Parrot Frightened his Owners Guest Almost Out of Her Senses Astarless night a drizzling rain he hour twelve and alone in a traJKe room conditions ft Ito brie hosts and spectres from sheered hiding It is ex Indfunl f I was spending the night hightnisving some matters of importance o talk over with my host heremai AIorbserbed with same anxiety that j burnjoutacause I was afraid of the darkeven J ifa night like that but because for cars I had slept with a lamp burn j ng every night and the unacqustom d darkness was in some way depress j ig the absence of the light to hich I had been so long accustomed could not readily go to sleep andi rued from side to side untila lock In an adjourning room struck pe houhenrs und ghostlike and the hour urs wlJn one would least expectI s i bo told to get out of thehouse 6f cnd but that was exactly what earl I raised my head from the ilov and listened A voice hoarse arsh and imperative said Get out j he voice came from within the room to Lt sontlal processes by which Peruna is made A Doctors Prescription- For years Dr llartman used Pernna regUlarjprelerlptlon proprietary medlclno until thpro was a litanyfriendsprescriptionForty Thousand Patients Dr Hartman estimates that he must fortythousandtised as a proprietary medicine t there could be no mistaking that I hadseen my host lock the front do and bolt down the windows and was sleeping in an adjoining room into which opened the only other door puzzltoI lackedarms for defense and psi restrained me from calling my host Having fortunately some matches figIht movllngthe bed But I had no sooner put out the thdan of dispbediance fairly shouted Get tfmake me appear the more ridiculous to get out of thejiouse or call my host potteted jy i ownerless voice again shrieked C anclookedwas plain hat I was the sole occu pant I applied the match to the littlefdetermined if it did not do so to for more oil before the was entirely exhausted Iwaited wi impatience and listened with arts ltion but my heart throbs were the awfIcal second time in belfeviIn mrlampWas ready to yell fire flood murder break the spell J chanced tjjs1 w s 10 JjJ JOSIE JCHAETZE RRNaApphtort1 M K5H STEINECSEStou i1rCured In four Weeks of Severe Gold on Lungs Miss Joelo gchaotrol K it No1Appleton V1 writes I contracted a severe cold which frilled on my lungs in very sho order and it wan not long until it d veloped into a serious case of catarrh Every morning I would ralfo a lot of dlsngroeablMypore After a few doses of Peruna I b= San to mend and felt that If I kept on taking Itt would not be long until Iwould be well I was right for In four againI medicine and wish to add my testimony to tho many others you havoJojeSchao- tzolJJ Removes the Cause of Catarrh Feruna has no bad effects upon tho system and gradually eliminates on tarrh byrcmovlng the cause of catarrh Thero aro a multitude of homes totwenty cover pretty poll in her cage high thingheburning and I had not discovered its presence before T Death at Mt Vernon eOn Thursday April 20 at 430 oclock the angel of death visited our community and claimed for i own our dear and loving friend bii ryEmma Morris She was convertedI baptized and joined the M at Massadonia in 1899 and has sin lived a faithful and consistent mem ber Miss Emma has been bedfast about seven weeks with that nted andunavoidable disease co sumption She was willing pad pre atkIdeasy and know a while before time come to die And both were grant She reqyested that Rev J F Bret ker conduct exercises at the gran He gave a very brief and interestin restina father mothera sister and two brothers to await the resurrection of the saints Fencingcall Fence Coil Steel Wire Cheaper than wood fronm a part Quicklyj put up and easily moved For any Pirtleiyorit donit line of Furniture ardVe r ihicles jt firXO J BY DR S B HARTMAN IT 9iU3 MGRET TtbY fAHFtfjU I I t- 4931drxrnsst K naoMiss Margrot Fahey 49 Adams street Troy N Y writes r r pesscdtoall hope of my recovery haddisappearedlooked the picture of health I am lit perfect health noW and feel that Peruna not only cures catarrh medlelneMargretFPopularityPeruna other remedies thatpass away as soon as the first few bottles are used The longer Pernna la lined In any community the more popular it Peruna Actually Cures arIs simply because it cures catarrh j GENERAL NEWS 1Gathered From Various Soifrces IOver the CountryrBrlef Items Hop raisers of Oregon have or holdings shCg position and is again facing her jury Lohtraveling at Richmond Ky by United States Marshal Stephen G It is alleged the drummertwas endeavor CaptShion tigsays prevailthat de1claresbeinf pushed forward he declares according to the plats of the first Isthmian Commission which contem plated a ninety foot sea level canal ItI will be mpletedon time he declar = s unless Congroinakes some tchange I Secretary Tart swritten a letter o James J Huokgryof i nt1 which he of the makinsg ove oad heroad hosays was bought + Ime y asatpolJ f htob d I This explains why Peruna has be catarrhThllit should becomopopnlar Catarrisdlfilculttocure ht allItrem thohomoshould inevitably become popular A needed furnish proper Rugs Shades reliable golds A C the The such for hauling a reasonable return on nodiscrimluationcompanies VEDA 26Rev Cantrill Nocreck at Shlnkle Chappel Sunday Walter IJr Entirely By Several Bottles of Peruna Miss Ella M Miller one of Wash ingtons society girls writes from 140 X1 street N EAVasblngton DO as follows With pleasure I rerecommend your headHavingpralsoPerona Peruna Contains No There are a great many catarrh cures y- In tho world The most of them are f 5bcof thcso catarrh oapeclally tho ones prescribed by tho contain nar opiumrThese remedies give temporary relief The patient he Is better right away In a few weeks ho hit Not only in his catarrh no better but ho has acquired the habit of using soma Tbla happens in a multitude of cases liasfoundhomes Is that It no oat colic of any kind i Is perfectly harmless I tican be used any of acquiring a drug habit I New Stock cf E Furniture and Buggies E S J have just opened a new Furniture Store will =2 carry a full of every thing to bit J any home In addition to Furniture in = J f a few days adda niqe line of Carpets Mats bit 1 J Window Poles fie Also make a specialty = Yo f asi=Iq and Harness manufactured and guaranteed by the = t most firms in the country Have j = but null of the designs Visit my store t willunbyou l4 I bit bit R 13 TAYLOR b baHartford Ky = i canal Government will charge rates freight as will yield jtril fi regular Parks Sutharliind visited k Cured Narcotics Unfortunately nlarge number remedies doctors Minks however discovers mistake narcotic contains Peruna length without and line will nothing latest appointment night and Sunday I Several attended the singing at Mt Carmel Sunday even r I ing Miss Clara Ellis closed her school here TuesdayIQuite a number from here attend ed the funeral and burial of Mrs WednesdayMisses Mary s fSeveralhere will attend iII IOv 1 S I CAPTI PAUL JONES American Naval Hero W1 Has Been Dead 100 Years Body Found and is in Remark tIe State of Preservation Color of flair Discernable The long and earnest quest General Horace Porter American ambassador to France for the body Inr John Paul Jones the hero of Americas early navy which w brown to have been buried in an ob sere Parisian cemetery has at last Iran rewarded The body of Jones lasbeen identified beyond peradven tune and will be brought to the ted States for fitting interment wkthe honors due the heros distinguished service to his country a tera lapse of 100 years since his deathIn excavation of the site formerly used as a cemetery the search mas for a leaden casket as it was known that the body of Jones was thus interred Finally four leaden caskets which gave promise of con taining the body of the admiral were unearthed Three of them bore plates designating the names of the deceased The fourth showed supe rior solidity of workmanship No plate was found on this casket The body was found to be preserved owing to its being i mersed in alcohol It was wrapped an a sheet with a packing of strati- zsd v hay The coTm was taken to the medial school v hqre Doctors Capitan XTJ Papilla t distinguished pro fessors of th school of anthropology and recognized authorities on fuchI lnvestiptiiiis were charged with making a thorough examiiiLtion forI nn purpose of idontifiialion I ferI aha most minute examination the blowing iaa were fully tubitan ived 111 oH in 2 Crij fivj fHJ seren bee ti uJminla exa t h ilihILtee sue hhtipe of hand aae IthI siv ra jisciUiUes identical with f head f 1 ie admiral Hf fork brmvn tho aTo at thei jVuirttli in placer slightly areyinI 514 a i c vjn of his age loty Leyeurs Tire hair is long reach i ir below the houltler and is comb i bock al u fathered in a clasp aback of toe neck The ftte is lean shaven all cor roVHiflin v uty with thu de icripUons portrait and busts of admiral theI The final ii in good condition article bears an initial either J zn inverted P The body orI cirafully packed The limbs wrapped n tinfoil presumably forI fla traniptntition as indicated litter of the admirals nearest friend I iiid pallbearer of hid funeral Colonel biacliden who His body iaidIii uj that ii case s wflh hu had so essentially Ier should claim his remains they mi htI13 rcr easily rom v I Finding that all tie internal or gins were tingulnrly well I rciitrved tae doctors made an autopsy which livWcd diBliiwl pi K 1tf UK dtecaso t- fro1 wiiich the admiral is known toi lace tiled The Mentification was mfBourcfd complfc C in every parILie ula I tareheaben taLc i o 1eep the Lily in it3 present state tf prcserva Xiun Jt will be tran pcrted ti the Unite I Stuutsand givMi a sepulchre- fitturi lo the body of the illustrious iiviir vhoat place of burial had so long remained a mystery IIIThenary English llsons j This year the Jews willcelebrate the twohundredandfif anni rersary of their settlement in New York There is only one 10000 Govern Ment greenback still in experiance j on h is OWIKN by a Dickbon county fur vcf and he refuses to let the government retire it More han 200000 shades and other ornamental trees have been shipped nto Denver since the first of the I year for local use This exceeds the iliipmenta for any like period within he lust ten years S Thevalue of German toys eXl ort1 toi to foreign countries last year was p tfcee to 13700000 of which the raited States as the rincipal cus tenor took about 1000000 worth Sonneberg is the chief center of in dustry reguarlledlUcian He cites twentyfive cases in which they have taken an active malignant form and he urges an op eration before malignant disease has begun to develop An English writer Mr Hodgso- who is by no means convinced th infnow for a wounded fish and dash it owing to the Impulse which makes most animals attack a cripple lSThe plague situation in India is b coming worse year by year an En lish journal calls it one of thegreat est catastrophes of modern time In January as well as in February the deaths exceeded 100000 and for the first fortnight in March the morality was nearly 70000 ROMANCEf Ring Taken by Turtle For Years Ago Returned and Marriage Ensues Hattie Crrtk Mich Cor Chlcgo lutrrOtmn The marriage tonight in Augusta of Miss Freda Olmstead and Jo Martin is the culmination of a r0 mance which had its birth 40 years ago and was rudely broken by ah in nocent mud turtle This ame ani beingmIn 1865 John Martin was employed in assisting in the construction of the Grand Trunk Railroad H made his headquarters ill Galesburg and Augusta and in the latter plat met Miss Freda Olmstead then a handsome young woman noted asI one of the belles of that section Martin was a strapping young fel low with a liberal education ivjeiv I in Germany where he tvs born ihe tvVo young peoples acquain taice soon ell into love nd IfLJutlngone of his trips along the line Iii S- Olntsteatl IBM afternoon accepted un invitation iroin an olfi friend to1 alloy a bjjr ride on crj of thet little lakes near Augusta shay sera out a turtle was capu r and in u siKit of fun Miss MVK otf her engagement ring und laced it around the neck of the tur t- In tleIism2 manner the turtle escaped land dropped off into the water o lake taking with it the ring madIto henMirin returned home he was told of the incident and became cnrag jJ and charged Miss Olmstead with acing faithless All efforts o her part tj convince him that sac sat not the case proved unavailing and resigning his position he return ed to Germany where he has since UleftEarly this spring while fishing i the Lake a party captured a tur 51hiithat it was a ring which proved be thitp ael tlierj 40 yeas ago by Miss OlmJtcadBeMiss Olnutead although forsaken by her lover in his jealous rage had never married and the ring was at once placed on her finger She at to CIMartin irIdIup matter there ou which trip htw be accompanied by his bride of SIAll tlImy lip for years that seemed incurable till BiKklcu3 Arnica Salve perfectlyitvell mo and bums 23catZ Wayne CdfILl fin Bras drug store m do WellI officials SIwent through a whole term of office without colliding with a grand jury BOY STOLE STEAMBOAT And Started DoWn the Missouri asRiver to New- Orlcans I 7 xloniCltYtlGwnl COrSewpgrbeClirldl Roy Fero alias Ponca Bill ha been taken to the penitentiary a fonabsconding with it Though that e crime was committed some nine years ago Fero is just now serving his sentence for it ItBwas inthe fall of 1896 that Pon ca then a boy found an inviting sternwheelboat moored at Nebaas ka City Neb where it had bee doing service for the Argo Starch works of that town Fero had just started out to see the country He was making his way down the Missouri at that time He conceived the idea of stealing the boat and rid Hte a whole lot about the river and he thought it would be childs plays to travel in that fashion It was well 1on toward morning when he board ed thesteamer at Nebraska City nHe found the fires banked and the two men in charge asleep near the boilers Rousing the men he terrified them into doing his will and then concili ated them by making big promises asfor the trip They fell in with his scheme and in a half hour the stern wheel was gliding swiftly downstream on the rapid current It was not until morning that thee theft of the boat was descovered The officials of the Argo Starch- e Works were amazed No such thing had ever been heard of A report from Hamburg that a steamer had passed that town going South during the night- Accordingly I the town authorities fired up a small packet lying at the dui and started in pursuit Down dashedIatyvldeI Ton mil idown stream the runaway boat was sighted her wheel to rest Ibatinj lazily with thenor 13aIaca Bill eipil parser and long before the i packet c raid cinji up the peddles of churningd t vanished around a head Late that diy the pirate having apparently dist me hU pursuers steer nvnsvillcftaken the preuantionof telephoning and as a result Fero wai arrested the minute he stepped on Fhgre Thj liil was sent to a reform school being under age on formal partlculiar attackedhgained access to the hospital room One summer afternoon in 1897 when all were out to get fresh air Ponca slipped down to the room of John Brandt now 1J0ug1IIII Mrs Brandts wardrobe attired him in one of Mrs Brrndts summer took u white parasol tend went out for a walk At a little bridge W33t of the 1 he sat reading for a hour and then walded to West Kerney Station where he took a Union Pacific train for North Platte Hut his devotion liquor soon uncovered the des on with the result that he wcs back on the Reform School great humiliationIHe subsequently made another 4i jIanng miditent ei ape an caugnt until last weak A j store in Watertown was robbedand n the officers looked up the record the arrested burglar they found himto be Ponca Bill So he was to the penitentiary being of e tj serve out his term for the t of a steamboat IIi Won n Namrt of F netrteWitts Little Early I famous pitta have been made fa jji by their certain yet harmless I and gentle action upon tho bowels iiyer They have no equal for biliousness constipation etc They not weaken the stomah gripe or make you lea sick Once used always r refer red They strengthen Id by t Wayne Griffin Bro m A Dear Friends Deduction The most ridiculous thing hap- I coed toda said the girl who had bmuffijeThere sewer or something and tho man kept staring at me all the time as I neared him and what do you think Ho gazed at md so steadily that he did not see the trench and fell into- i it tRory olldexclnimed the girl Didijust glancing at him Maybe he jumped into the trench Discreet First BearArent you going to see the President Second Bear No he has requested himnwhile in Colorado I OpportunityWe I in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer exceptional inducements to someone I who commands a horse and wagon andIcan devote his time to advancing the sales of our product I Energeiic men I find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableof development into a permanent and profitable business WRITE AT ONCE WheclcrS Wilson Mfg Co 72 end 74 Wabasti Atc L9YLtt cutcwop Ie il M I lour oud rllUant y1ISINI NINIIIIIIIINIIIIU i umn on t Will make the season of 1903 at E D Oldhams stable near Dam tany occur colt is foaled or mare parted with A lien will be retained on colt until season fee is paid This magnificent horse is pronounced by the best judges of horse flesh to be the best combined saddle and in Kentucky He P needs no reputation as a show horse to those who have seen him show He years won more any dam Goebtl is a model horse and he proves to be an excellent rind Pedigree GOEBEL is a coalblack stallion three white feet star In forehead itrhand high will be fi yeah old the 1st of May 1905 He has fine maintaif i style and action and is pretty as a picture Govbel was sired by Bell he by Happy Crow 52 in II Bs Association Happy Cross is h Girranls Chief JKJ first lam by old Star Denmark Happy Bells first dam by Scython thoroughbred Goohels first dam by Holla Gold Dust he by Arabian Gold Dunlhu by DorneyH GoliLDust ICO Second dam is Mollie W by Fancy Gold Dust ho by old Gold Dust ICO Second dam by Dr J H old Cotton Picker Goobols first dam a half sister to Nellie W II desire to thank the citizens for their support last year and would kindly ask all whrw desire is to raiee fine colts to call nnd aeo my stock breeding elsewhere- FUKMItIM 1 will Rive the Kion for the lxrwt colt of his gut r tuwlRlO rill te 2 lei best Cults to 1 f iWn At DWI OW S tiiilo before the Ohio County rtiir 190B F W CKCACiER Cecilia Kv t 4 ors1 f T M 1 D1o Otto9s Spll ce G n mI American Pharmacal Co Mtg Chemists Hvansvlllc inil C C 5rr wr r aw =ar ro = tSLTLkaa1i1 awtrr Hcv + ynrJIGYx rwuaatrs U Grand Pribo iL2SrouiG S9O4 oroa I PPHlJfflJ hJ fIn es BEST TALKffKG MfHINES KSEE Cylinder Machine 7eGO to StCQ r BtsG Kscisines SSS to J TiiO GrnphopbcKO rctirotZzccs tV Lln s cC muslo perfectly kancf crfzsrc vafa vocal and InctrumcntcS cccc qxarfcitcs etc It Is an ondtccc cf rntzsaront o L u B A 0rlglnal nrlvolud nsplrlnjttrnctlvo I I 1250Iul x N N l on I II 6OEBEL Beaver RlciI r harness stallion twoIbreederIDewcrlptlt Happy S imported Thomas i hcflM 1 Bumr r c Bas SorelThroat pr olubia 6lJJil 1I cscrso uslcul R E C o R o sIN l NIIIIIIII IIIII LIIIIIIN COLUMBIA Gold Moulded Cylinder RecordsIIININIIIININIIIIIIx IIIIIIIIIIIlMINIIIIIMIlNliltl xll N 1I11IIlIlllIlll N J Nt 1101 n 1Hr PfeilI I Ich I ntcrtntnlns upttvntlnjc utvoarlng osonitnt clightrL1 uporlor y 11- 7C 1 2b IINININ nII111INNINIIIIIItIIIuN N 1 1 COLUMBIA BSSC RECORDS doyoilOInchGrand Opera Records rrindo In lOInch Ulacsonly 3 each Jtemf for Ittoftmloouoa of maohlnmm and record ofrecordayllnd Camnbia Phonograph Company fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 Prize I St Louis I9O4 1 rCj t1 9 4Q 1 t 1 n PRICELESS JEWELSI Belonging To the Rajahs of In dia Are the Envy of theI World iIlroltlrllluP1 J Some tilings thfcro nra in this world tilt potential Amcricjin dollar can not buy hntl which even the influence of KuropQnn royalty ill powerless to win Among them arc the priceless sots of jewels belonging to the Uajaha tlf India Many of these I Princes of the East have sets or gems which represent a value unI heard of outside the Orient and side which the most famous collections of the crowned heads oT Europe or of the families of our American millionaires sink into in significanceIwill ever these treasures they come tot him as the bPoils of war It is against the most sacred tra ditionsof the Kajahs to part with their family heirlooms Fabulous price have been olFered them for single jewels or ornaments out of their vast supplies Rut gold has no power to tempt them where their jewels are concerned The pearls and diamonds belong ing to the Itajah of Dholphur rank first among all these costly collec tions They form the most valuable set of jewels in existence One million dollars was offered to the Rajah for the single string of large pearls about his neck The ofTei was refused Each of these pearls is said tojbe absolutely without law of perfect purity and luster Every jewel in the 12 great ropes of pearls hanging down from the neck is worth a small fortune in it self Those in the four ropes across the left shoulders though small in comparison with their companions are really of good size and great value Diamonds are interspersed with pearls in the incrustations of the helmet which Is literally cover ed with gems It is impossible to even approximate the total value of this wonderful heirloom of the Ra jahs of Dholphur It is priceless Far less showy but scarcely infer ior in value is the family inheri tance of the Rejah of Gwalior His is a wealth of emeralds The three bands of immense stones which in terspersed with numerous smaller ones form a broad collar over the chest and shoulders are native cut Nor will their owner consider the suggestion that they be recut with modern skill and methods What they might gain in brilliancy by the operation would be more than offset in his mind by what they would lose in size The value of each of the large stones is about 50000 The strips of gold embroidery up on the robes of this Indian Prince are set with many emeralds of a smaller size The epaulets which hang from the shoulders down over the arms are incrusted with extfaor dinarily large stones surrounded with pearls The collaror one might almost call it capeworn by the Rajah of Baroda is a mass of diamonds and various precious stones combined in rich and wonderful confusion The color and brilliancy of this ornament can better be imagined lhan described The lighter stones are set off by borders of the darker emeralds those forming a fringe around the lower edge being of immense size and value Scarcely less bepu tiful is the tassel of pearls which hangs from the left side of this Ra jahs turban Each string in this tassel represents a fortune In each the pearls have been carefully graded as to size and each is tipped with a pomponof silk The cap of jewels which covers the Rajahs silk turban is a mass of various to match his collar The edge is form ed of diamond pendants Five great ropes of pearls priceless in value constitute the chief treasure of the Rajah of Niram A single pearl from these might well make its owner an object of envy Among the pearls here and there ire strung other gems the better to display their beauty After his pearls the Rajah prizes most the nine large diamonds which hang from his gold cornet That in the center particularly is Of great size and beauty Particularly odd ami effective is the use to which the Rajah ofPtjn nah has put the thousands of pearls gathered by generations of his I J fr 1 IHOW TO WIN A HUSBAND l Woman sphere In this Goth century isI not llmitd atrv than cnn occupy almost any buinc H 1100ltlollI or profeimuii mad yet the popular view of nolIIIInrrlajteItierheart draggeddown andblacktouts Go to the source of the trouble and correct the irregularity Slop the drains otberISODIorfallingnnd reasonable trial of their menu of cure After confinement I gained no atrtneth + mileaMrtA ZMvKofriwctlwiter ltrn hardlydoomylollll1ehthree months tad n lady friend told me to Ir donetierthree bottle e was tined This waa lout lire yon ago and I pare had no return of the clia case Am vrry thuukful for the remedy I rlldonelouahDr 1ittcca Pellets are gently laxative ancestors He has used them to embroider his robes of state Over the shoulders down the sleeves andaround the edges of the robe the pearls have been woven with silk and gold into beautiful and intricate designs Make the breath as sweet as a rose by curing Indigestion and Sour Stomach with Kodol Dyspepsia Cure A pleasant palatable reconstructive tissue building digestant E L Babcock Amberst Minn saysflI have taken a treat many remedies for indigestion but have found noth ing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat cures indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Great care is uses in the preparation of Kodol the greatest that has ever been discovered Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Chance for Young Men Urnrrr nlahllrlln Three Indian reservations in Mon tana Wyoming and Utah are slated for opening before the fall of 1906 A young man who gets a claim on either of these reservation is independent for life There are no such opportunities for land getting in the East where every foot of ground has been under private ownership for years and where land is held at ahigh valuation The young man in the East finds his opportunities confined to those of business and even in this there is much more competition to meet than in the West where the inrush of a new popula tion makes new opportunities From the present outlook the next ten years will be the most prosper ious and progressive decade the West has ever known Fortunate will be the Eastern young men whore wise enough to take Horace Jreeleya advice at this day and to grow up with the growing country Full of Tragic Meaning Are these lines from J H Simmons of Casey La Think what might have resulted from his horrjble cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writesfll hacb a fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Ir KinSfs New Dlscovery for Con sumption 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 Uro druggists guaranteed 50c and 100 Trial bottle free m On the Boston Subway Superintendent to conductor This gentleman complains that you ordered him to step lively What have to say ConducterWellsir you sec we were behind and Superintendent That makes ro efference whatever Fir you should have said Pedestrianate precipitately S 17AISTOR8ea- rtlta yjltia K U Y8 6oug- t6lgpatan d lk t 1I1 i di nl rJc u j SPARROWS ON A SPREE Lady Saturated Wheat With Whisky and Fed it to the Birds IrIlMr =I i ll 1111 A lady residing in Hagerstowi i Md has a large martin box on the end of the house and the sparrows have taken possession and held it all winter Evidently they had come to regard their title as perfect for when the martins were being eX- pected a man climbed a ladder and cleaned their nests out finding the boxes filled to the ceilings with twigs and feathers They raised a terrific appeal and lined the fence near by in excited protest They went back and he gin rebuilding having evidently come to the conclusion the man was only a wondering mischance The martins came and found them build and where disgusted Gut they did not fight being only two adanc couriers They went back and reported what they had found to the slow armies coming north The lady failing to disperse the sparrows by a happy inspiration thought to slay them So she soak ed wheat in whisky for two days and then sprinkled the fence and grass near the box with the loaded wheat The sparrows pounced on the grain arid appeared to find it hilariously appetizing They simply fell over one another for it Four martins arrived and found the telegraph wires and fence and box perches in possession of maudlin gangs of debauched sparrows who chased them in riotous abandon from roof to roof and wire to wire The martins were worse than annoyed they were simply astounded They retreated and the cackling sparrows tumbled to the grass to take another nip of the marvelous wheat the juicy upuntilIThe lady who acted upon the prescription thinks the adviser made some error about the ingredients 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 cures indigestion and all stomach trouble You forget you have a stom ach from the very day you begin talc flag it This is because itgets a rest recuperates and gradually grows so strong and healthy that it troubles you no more Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Queer Lot ot Na mes Miss Death was Fnell brought to the German Hospital in Philadelphia to- be operated upon for appendicitis She was a daughter she said of an undertaker The Surgeons name who was chosen to perform the operation- was DyeDr Frank Haclcett Dye When the operatian was over Miss Death was place in charge of two nutses o Miss Payne is the day nurse Miss Crone is the night nurse The pa tient recovered rapidly and ktI fyeMiss m Throat Coughs A tickling in the throat epbreathare features ofa throat cough Theyre very de ceptive and a cough mixture wont cure them You want something tfiat will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the blood and tone up the system Scotts Emulsion remedyIt powerRemoves the cough and the whole system IS gIven new strengthand vigor nJJr fni umfti SCOTTBOIlNE cbmht 40941 Pearl Street New York JOtanJftOO jlUJrufflui l IwAts Ors f1rr GREAT INVENTION I I Gun That Shoots a Lfqull That Will Stop Runaway Horses Prof Trcawell Merritt gave an cxhihitntion here recently of hiS in horsesViandsays aI Correspondent to thq St Paul Dis I r patchIt of a spring gun which i is fastened to the front part of the wagon or buggy in easy reachof I he hand and in case the horse or horses start to run the gun is seized t drawn from its water and dust proof holder and pointing it at the runI away animal or Animals the qriver discharges rapidly from the gun a I number of pointed darts which prickI the skin of the horses and instantly paralize their muscles with a drug that acts very quickly but not at all permanently and does not injure the horses at all The exhibition given by the pro fessor was very interesting He borrowed a vicious runaway horse from Peter Wedgewood and hitched it to a buggy and then seating him self in the buggy with a gun in place he whipped the horse into a run on Main street and then threw the line out on the ground The horse is a large powerful animal and run with terrific spend for a hun dred feet or more Then the pro fessor reached forward took up the gun and shot two little dartsinto the hors which staggered forward a few steps and the stopped standing up right but with muscles relax and lead drooping It was about ten minutes before he recoveredand then he was as wild and vicious as ever Prof Merritt gives with each ma chine a facsimila permit from the Humane Society for their use and his invention is certain to prove of great benefit to the human race Henry Trottwein and Orlando shadbolt each bought a gun and when they were going home started in to have a race Their respective wives seized the guns and shot the horses with the darts and the Ace had to be postponed for a time A Tried and FriendOne Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of arty harmful drub and it has been curing CoughsColds Croupand Whooping Cough so long that it has proven itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who use it Sold by Z Wayne Grif In Bro m- In the Spring Cant I go out in the back yard i ind play in the garden mamma Certainly not child You must stay in and study your nature books Plans to Got Rich Are often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsia or constipation Brace pp and take- Dr Kings New Life Pills They takeout the materials which are logging your energies and give you a new start Cures headache and dizziness too At Z Wayne Griffin i Bros drug store 25c guaranteed all p An AbsentMinded Man Colorado Pprfnvft llltpattb While holding his watch in one handendeavoring to ascertain the time and a sandwich in the other land James Gould of Colorn dd City was approached by a stranger who asked for a dime with which to get something to eat In tending to give the stranger the Sandwich Gould absentmindedly gave him the watch which was speedily adcepted G6uld talked with a friend for ten minutes before discovering his loss by which timethe stranger had disappeared The watch was recovered icxt morongin asaToon where the thirsty stranger had pawned it for drinks The Right Name Is DeWitt DeWittsWitch Hazel Salve coolsI smoothes and heals cuts burns boils rujses piles and all skin diseases KOR Zickfoose Adolph W Vas- AAys 4 My little daughter had white welling so bad that piece after legDeWicts healingthivesrfeits Sold by oZ Wayne Griffin t Bro m Tho Kind You Hflvo Always Bought and which JIM been iu use for ocr SO years has borne tho signature oC J amid tins been imulo miller his per sonnlsopcrvisioa sinco Its lntinley- cfII Allow no one to deceive you hi this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood nro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Expertlu- cutWhet is CASTORiAOos- toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil rare gorse Drops null Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcptio substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhrou and AVind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach mid Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CJENUDNE CASTORIA ALW- AYSctihO Signature ofpf The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe etNTAUR GOUP NY It UUaaAV STRCCT scw retie am fjooac a I Harris Positive Pile Cure I The Biggest SelleV of the Age Why Brcania It euree completely and at once It relieves the pong of n tiring death All case of Vile can be cured bynsarglcnl operation Lay yon would rather have PlVn cured without the knife UAR1U8 POSITIVE PILE CiniE will do It Made only byteL- etteha4dlharluucaICotine Fur mile by 4 J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky s t i- TO J BE OF VALUE MUST BE USEFUL education can be used every day and is therefore lie best education obtainable Hundreds of graduates in permancat positions owe their success to a course inc LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE s We teach thorpughly and practically Bookkeeping Penmanship Busitt ire Arithmetic Spelling Commercial Law Correspondence Banking SliorthasC Typewriting Business practice Large Patronage CheapBoaj Tuition Write for catalogue Address LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE INDOOR HOPKIN8VIULE KY I 1 t I When You Buy SpoonsI knives fok etc buyrella 11 bra nlh even if they cost a little more They are worth the difference If 1847 ROGERS BROS U the tamp it Insures genuine Rogers quality f moua for wear leading dealers everywhere For Catalogue rGL addicts the maker Inltrnitltnal Sliver Co HarUtn Cotta I THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printingiikj a firstclass niuniier Work ns good as the hts1Itnd prices as cheapestiGive land be convinced r NYBObYsla an rms sM b tho tlPVuh- esswnmulst IN- I his choke non teiapee tn Thn U l4lutey no pursw lr r- ebPVI NIthey look right Uxa e mule rlclit loti vutpobuax poftltlvtly untuclled NaoJtAes +me STEVENS BIPLESIISTOXS AND SHOTGUNS adnwd U infeitaccto il where Uw oilaarehKaaewodl O 8 TE V E N S FIIILA1lM3 art sold bv tit sportiif inn sat hirdimo 8ntr Ask them sot our nuke latltt oa ffmlDtf It Dao1l The rmrke illoboulIJIOhonored bnnj IScad two x maps for Clncu hook ad1tUlehDJoo J STEVENS ARMS 6 TOOL CO PO Box 4092 Chlcopeo Falls MaaaU9A 4t + Ii +t+++++ ++a+ aoH cYe +rc + C PEMACURA f Many remedies for smatell ea tnr on rh lnllrkl llllU the only rune that baa proven to be no absolute stud io ltlve run for alt lorm1 f t lrmnl frouMo I F MA UnV A single trlnl wllUonvlon the mot krHlcnl nj Hi aluiont ml racalona ardtlvapowvra Madaonlyby tl IEITCIIFICTll IHAItWACAI COtInc Iormlfbjr I J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky + 44t4 + ++++ H4++++++ ++ F F4t Gflr 1t vv w + ahihr Hartford Republican tuned bf tile Hartloril ralillnhlng Company t 1 CluonAJlD1 C E HTIIMMFdUor rJtcErtO sa Cum brtncS3QUCh Za7rw FRIDAY APRIL 28 Fun MAGISTRATE We are nnthorlieJ to nnnonnce JOHN M SIIUITZ nun candidate for the olilce ot Mnplf trnte of the Cromwell dlitrlrt ubji ct to the ne tlonof the Itrjinbllcnn pnrly i We ore authorized to nnndnnre MACK COOK as n candidate fur the office ol MaRletrntP of the I Cromwell dlntrlct mliject to the notion of lie pnbllcan party 11 We nre authorized to nnnounre W I Mil lllll Howe Branch an a rnndldatu for the of lire of MaitUtrate the Cromwell dhtrlrtiuli hnrtyICOL B GNAT along with Maj Mos iquito will drop in on you soon RUSSIAS kettle of internal unrest i is slowly but steadily boiling TilE frost has nipped most every I thing except Easfer Millinery bills TilE quarantine against Mr Rock afellers money is relaxing in large spots AN insurance company to insure the insured against their insurance is now assured A BOND issue will be necessary if Texas has to pay 50000 every time a ranger shoots a Mexican greaser BY THE way what has become or Emperor Nicks Ikon that was sent to the front at the beginning of the warDID it ever occur youthat the hanging of a redhanded murderer occasionally has a wholesome effect on the community IT will soon cost10tben bad elor in Wisconsin and will there be any bachelors wicked enough to say that its worth the price EsoPUS went Republican last fall and Oyster Bay has just eleehda Democratic mayor Not every time do straws show which way the wind blows Tim cowboy who Iatthe President in a running contest in Colorado had better look out or the Democratic Presidential nomination will be forced upon him t ISNT it about time for Republic tinS in the various Magisterial Dis tricts to begin to consider their respective candidates for Magistrate r l and Constable and the manner of nominating them A LEXINGTON man committed sui cide because the phone over which y he was talking to his sweetheart ceased toponvey her words to him k he thinking she had rung off and refused to talk longer to him 1AsHAS been anticipated Judge Hargis took the witness stand in his own behalf in the conspiracy trial at Lexington Tuesday and denied all connection with the killing of Cockrell and all damaging statements made by Commonwealth witnesses He failed to explain why Felix and Mose Feltner were spirited away from the Marcum damage trial NAN PATTERSONS father has been refused admittance to the New York courtroom where his slaughter is being tried for the murder of gam bler Caesar Young on the grounds that his presence might cause a scene which would excite the sympathy of the jury Things are different in the South land Even in Kentucky murder trials not only are all the relatives of the dead man present to awe the jury but the bloody clothing are paraded before them and every conceivable means to gain the sym pathy of the jury in favor of the de ceased is used Why not then give the unfortunate show girl the pitiful privilege of having her aged father by her side during the wearisome trial Tits growth of Hartford continues to be steady and sure There is no fluctuation in the price of real estate but a constant appreciation in its value The ice plant with a capacity of five tonewill b tn operation in a few days The electric plant in a short time will transform the night into day and every business house will shine at night with a glamour of dazzling brilliancy These two recent industries will add very materially to the comfort and wellbeing of the citizens There is yet room for other enterprises here Hartford has always been an inviting and safe field for investments and it is without an equal as a residence town And ere long do we propesy that it i will he possible to step aboard electric car and reach the I C at convenient point RENDER 25D N McDermott of Louisville was here last Wednesday GP Balch of Owensboro spoke here last night in the interest of the International Correspondence School of Scranton Pa Smith Jenkins of Owensboro where last Wednesday- S F Howey of Central City was here last Thursday Miss Lockie Wilson returned to her home at Echols last Thursday Mr and Mrs S B Bishop moved from here to McIIenry last Thurs dayMisses Minnie Lee and Pearl Tins ley left for Hopkinsville last Friday to be the guests of their uncle Rev T C Tinsley Mr and Mrs John Carr went to Echols last Friday I P Barnard of Louisville where as last Saturday Nicholas Barrass Sr of Taylor Mines was here last Saturday Messrs Simon Jones and E H Gwynn were in Hartford last Satur day Isaac Harvey was in Leitchfield last Sunday Rev E D Boggess of Beaver Dam preached here last Sunday Geo M Burton of Cleaton was here on business yesterday Hywell Davis of Kensee was the guest 01 his grandson H W Jones yesterday and today Miss Ollie May Howard of Cen tral City arrived today to be the guest of her cousin Miss Carrie Roll C MBaggerly of Louisville was here today Mr and Robert Frauds moved from Linton Ind to 111eII place Mrs SAm Jennings is on the sick list F 0 Allen is also on the sick listI Miss Nannie Austin of Beaver Dam is visiting hcreIWUlTESVILLEi Misses Martha and Katie Kittinger after spending a few days with thei parents here returned to the Owens boro College Monday Austin Ramsey Curdsville visited his parents Sunday t Misses Mary Wedding and Annie Howard and Mr Iva Howard went to Knottsville Sunday afternoon Mrs PH Haffeyisquitesick- Miss I Mattie Friedleyof Henderson a trained nurse is here waiting on Mrs P H Haffeyand Haffey Cecil who are very sick Miss Mary H Wedding and Robert Holland spent Sunday in Owensboro Miss Gertrude Hickey is ill at this writingMessrs 0 ris and Bernard Hickey visited their parents Sunday Miss Clara Early went to Owens boro Monday Miss Lula Bowman went to Owens boro Sunday PLEASANT RIDGE April 25Rev Moorman filled hi regular appointment at the Meth odist church Sunday The society at the school house Friday night was largely attended and everyone enjoyed the fine pro grammeThe S of E had a call meeting I ThatTired Feeling Is a Common Spring Trouble Its a sign that the blood Is deficient In vitality just as pimples and other eruptions are signs that tho blood is impure Its a warning too which only the hazardous fall to heed Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove it giro new life new cour age strength and animation They cleanse tho blood and clear the complexionAccept IIlIbstituteI I I felt tired and no I sleep After taking Hoods Sarsaparllla a while I could sleep well and the tired feeling had gone This great medicine bill j also cured me of scrofula MRS C M Boor Gllcad Conn Hoods Sarsapnrllla promises to cure and keeps tho promise i 0 h Ayers Impure blood always shows somewhere IF the skin then IIbolls pimples rashes If the trerve then neuralgia nervousness depression If the Sarsaparillastomach biliousness loss of appetite Your doctor Knows the remedy used for 60 years Itrtiirnln fri the Cuban ear 1 wee a wreck blind VMS Imtl nu l in 1foeahll w 1 ROII hatnfewlattlezeUereSuriapnrlUu tare iuM IL C IHJKtlLKit Iriitonr 5L00 a bottle d rCII-All 1w II M- rnubfor Impure hood thebowels at the school house Friday night A good crowd was present Dr Conway and wife of Spring Grove who have been visiting rela tives here for the past week have returned home Miss Dora Bell of Owensboro vis ited her parents Mr and Mrs A J Bell Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J F Davis have gone to Utica to see Mr Davis fath er who is very sick Hewlett Johnson went to Hartford on business Tuesday Frank May of Hartford is paint ing Dink Westerfields new house Mrs J L Patton and little daugh ter Katherineof Owensboroare visiting friends and relatives here this week i The Hartford Mill Company I sell1FIourM I UIsorts of Windows Doors and Transoms Screen Doors a specialty Shingles Laths and builders hardware Lime and Cement We have a reg j euuar Custom Feed Mill and grind plow points Come and see what weve got Whether you have any business or notrCENTERTOWN April 21Y C Smith Richards vine is here visiting his son Dr J Luther Smith Waddle Centerville Ill ishere IIDl his daughter Mrs C W Mrs C E Smith Hartford visited the family of Alvin Rowe last week Rev L P Drake gave us a good sermon Sunday night W F James will leave in a few days for Arkansas S M James is In Livermore this week on business Youngest son of Mr Arthur Wil Hams was bitten bya dog last week and fears are entertained that a case of hydrophobia will develop in the near future Why not give us a law compelling dog owners to kill muzzle or chain their dogs ens eve way of religious talks read ing arid speeches after which we went in search of eggs thatjwere scattered in Alvin Rowes meadow IDeath of Mrs Stevens Stevens Nocreek died Monday andwas buried at the cemetery there after funeral exer cises conducted by Rev Cantrill She was sixtysix years old and had long been a consistant member of the Methodist church She leaves three children and many friends to mourn her death 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 ganfielcl one from Illi nois ndone from New York State cost ing as high as 750 Hens weighing over nine poiyids 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 McHenry Ky SftPrWfc AO Ittiytbi61tMk I roeprCarpets lease Curtains lug Curtain Poles Curtain Swisses Window Shades and Mattingrf This department is better than ever More patterns hettfr style flint Ovory prieo way down low I CarpetsYard wide Hemp 15e anti 20u per yard Srsuiitw extra heavy 25 piir yard 4 Heavy Union JJoe per yard Quite a variety of ill wool lilting Carpets atSOe and 55c per yard All Wool Carpets roc TOe and Tw per yard Jirussuls hoc and 7V per yard IWet t White Poles Oak Poll and BII18S Extension Uods Window Shades at le 1oc 25e 35e 10u ahd50e iicli Curtain Swisses at 5c Sc lOe 15e anil 2ocs per yard White Quilts 75ey 100 Sl25Sl50 fait 200 each Rugs at 50c75u100 41 w 125 150 200 225250 350 anti 100 each They are beauties FurnitureAs a few pieces of new Furniture ire almost indispensable this tune of the yearjve wish to call your especial attention to this particular department Hemunibor wo are complete house furnishttrs anti tfiere is no place thin can serve you hotter Remember our Dress Goods aim1 Millinery departments are bathIIllshod Lot us ti have your Hat order now and when Easter comes wo will have you fitted out in ono ofour uptothoniinuto Hats and you wont need to worry about not getting your lint in tine Buy front our Dress Goods section a new Kaster Dross A new Dress and fit + a new Milt yo well together Beaver Dam Kentuckya NATV rw f ri M Visit T5he itTJ Turley Co For1tAmes BuOgis Surries and trhitit 11gons Arntotn E Fertilizer American Field Fence without a weld Brown sf Cultivators Buckeye Sunbeam Cultivators Blounts Steel S Plows and Double Shovels Corn King heel Mills Camp f bell Corn Drills J1 Case Steel Plows Deering Harycs T + f ting Machines and Binder Twine Fish Bras Wagons 3 Ideal Buggies Surries and Driving Wagonsjdeal Harness and Work Collars Ideal Harrowsjdeal Plows Lehr Agrl tCos Land Rollers Meters Hay Tools 1 Mitchell Wagons Moline Plows and Disc Cultivators Oli ref Chill Plows Tiger Harrows Cultivators and Corn 2Planters Vulcan Chill Plows Whitman New Model Steel Beauty Hay Press best quality of Clover Timothy and JC Herdsgrass Seeds Just receiveda car load of cow Peas T7- j tYou Get the Benefit of Our J e Buying Discoviiit tOn the above mammoth line of vehicles implements 1 tetc which we carry on our 12000 square feet of floor T tspace W e i uy more Implements and thattlt any other implement and vehicle concern in Western Ken ttucky in fact South of the Ohio river We get Illiberal anvCas In nltecl States We have 4 4mentfy appreciate the nice trade you have given us which amounts annually up close to a half million dollars andwe will fr guarantee to render the same liberal treatment that we have heretofore Get our prices before you place your ore 5 e 4 del and we will save you money Yours for more fbusiness I The T JTurley Co I i t INCORPORATED f 4 4k-e y I UI J 1 Wherebil ITo Buy ft 49 Your Spring Merchandise should bo no puzzlingb 1 1q question Of course yon want to buy from u largo bjj 41 Lapel well selected stoek You expect to pay cash i 1niul arc untitled to the very beat the market affords 9 4 Wo are anxious to have your trade Bour largo bat stock and close cash prices wo know that wo aro in tt i a position to save you money11e extend to you a 9 4 cordial invitation to visit uscompare our prices and 9tJS ehil5eb1t3 bF 4 2 4 Our Springy Millinery4 Is the talk of the town Never before have wo shown y 1 such an army of stylish Mats Three milliners con t 4 stantly busy speak for us more than we can speak j 5 for ourselves Its enough to say that ladies that J fio want tho latest stylishly trimmo Hats coino direct U 1 to ns Courteous treatment nnd prompt service is J 41 our motto U n b1 Our Wash Goods 9- n Look trIO lines in town over then come to us you U 4 will find that wo are headquarters for till thats now bit in Wool Fabrics Stock too varied to go into dot J tails Come visit us or send for samples Complete bl n i line of Lace Yoking etc to match Prices running 81bl UIIts d delight to show these good We have all U 49 tho new lasts the season allbrds Surely no lady can bIo 5 examine our linu without being favorably impressed J t4 with their styles Same stuck styles utelin ehil it 49 drens Cull early and see them + bit 81 t11Ve certainly appreciate sill pfst favors sled are i striving by keeping well selected stock our CASH k SEIJISCJ und CASH BUYING motto to make h- n house your permanent trading place We want yourEj 4 Eggs heathers satin Wool highest prices paidbr4t bs 011 8- i AT 8t The Bargain Center p 81b 9 f4 81 1bvv vv Hartford Republican 1r FRIDAY APRIL 23 r = Illinois Central RallroadTlmo Tablo Miirlh llniiiiit- No Hnnlli nniiHil labi i407 n iii No lit intl3l nm Noi alnltap11 xnlnldnlLtpIn No ldiiln337 pm No 131 due 9 ao 7 m p See dur new Oxfords CARSON Co I The new things in Skirts are at Fairs ISMy my what nice Vegetable Soup at City Restaurant Let Fairs show you their Clothing Cheapest in Hartford q300 the fine line of Cakes and Crack s ers at City Restaurant t Dr James A Duff Sulphur Springs was a caller Tuesday Hot Fish Corn Bread and Coffee at City Restaurant So gooda Prof Benry Leach Rob Roy was fvery pleasant caller last Saturday Dontifdirto vislt our Cldthingi1e partment Bargain guaranteed LONG Co Rhea rshstrongtheDclknaphari- lVareml was a caller rlt this office Tuesday 1 Why don1 tydU prieoUrIsieeCur tains You will be surjfised hw cheap they are LUNG Co Mr Isaac Christian who has been pending school here returned to I his home at Friedaland Tuesday r Wo have placed a I6t of Ginghams Percals White Goods and Cheviots on our bargain counter Be sure and seethern CARSOtiCoI I Fairs new Bolts and Neck IC IYou can get a bargain in a Shirt at I Long Cos I IJ T Daniel Olnton called to see us Monday For Spring Clothing come to Carson Co A1 Williams Ceritertown called to see us Tuesday Dr Joe D Taylor is quite ill at his home on Clay street All kinds of sowing machine Sup plies at City Restaurant Forty yards Bleach Remnant Calico for75cat Carson Cos We will pay you 26c per loin cash for your Wool CARSON Co H C Wilson Rosine called at TilE REMJBUCXN office Monday Fairs want your Wool Highest prices paid Cash or Merchandise We hatethe most Uptodate stock ofmerehandise itIOhio county CAHSONCO Former editor ot TheREIuttLiCAN 3 f1homhs Narrows calleUto see us1lfontnyI We will be pleased to sh6Vyou line of shoes Just askto see the l anti we will do the rest LONG Co C M Bryant Co haye pro eared the service of Miss Pearl Thomas tS pianist during their sale here i WaWyour laundry at Cleve Hers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Latin dry 4Gtf I We have now on sale a big lot of Mens and Boys Straw Hats at a realvbargain Dont fail to see them CoII t b3 i oi =xiM r I J U Wilson Rosine called to see us Saturday See thegood things in Fairs 5c and lOc Basement Biggest Embroidery Stock is atI Fairs Prices right Unexcelled in style price or qual ity are Fairs Slippers The prettiest and cheapest Millin ery is found at Fairs Mr W M Fair has been illof rheumatism for the past few days Try those Sweet and Sour Pickles at City Restaurant So nice Mr J W Cheek Askin was a very pleasant caller yesterday Buy your Easter Hat from Miss Lyda Morton Milliner for Carson Co hUWe have some good bargains in Shirt Waist patterns CAUSON Co We want all of the Wool in Ohio county and will pay cash for same CARSON Co New arrivals every week of the latest in Headwear for ladies at Fairs Everything good to eat at City Restaurant Most uptddate place in Hartford Miss Hattie Barnett whQ has been quite ill of rheumatism for the past few days is improving Those Steak Meals the City Res taurant serve are simply fine Try one when you are in Hartford Get your Meals and Lunches when in Hartford at City Restau rant Everything good to eat Why not bring your Chickens and Eggs to Carson Company They always pay the highest market price We will take a good work horse as part payment on a piano during our special sale in Hartford C M BRYANT Co Wo can show you some very new things in Millinery goods Visit this department before you buy LONG Co Dont forget we will pay the highest market price for W olallY sell you goods at the lowest possible price LONGjCo The child of Henry Davis Beaver Damdied Wednesday and was buried at the Milton Taylor burying ground yesterdays Dr and Mrs H P Sights of Pa ducah have been the guests of Dr and Mrs Stanley for several days They returned home Monday air and MM Hooker Williams are the proud parents of anew baby girl born the 24th inst Dr E B Pen dleton was the attending physician At the special registration held OPItlonlend in West and eleven in East Hartford i precincts Misses Katharyn Collins and Blanche St Clair City who have been visiting friends and relatives in Horse Branch and Owensboro returned Tuesday Garfield Barnard vho has been in the employ of the I C R R station ed at Fordsvillchas been transferred to Horse Branch where he has as sumed charge of section 1G of the main line- Suithas been filed at Bowling Green to appoint a receiver and wind up the businessof the Green RiVer Mining Manufactoring and Transportation Co It is alleged that the indedtedness is 20000 The chief business of the company is the operation of the mines at Coffman this county The union revival is still in progress at the Court House and much inter est is manifested Rev Wood is an exceptionally forceful preacher and his efforts here have been truly great Bro Wood will leave today to attend his regular work at Har ofmwill continue the services for several days when Rev Wood may returnI The United Mine Workers of the 23rd district unvealed and dedicated ntraljlCityry E Taylor who lost his life sever al years ago in an effort to unionize Hopkins county miners Thousands of miners eager to do honor tq their fal lenbrqthersUspendedtbeirworkand flocked to the little city and partici pated in thededicatorial ceremonies t IDont forget those nice Steakand Fish Meals at City Restaurant next MondayI My My that good Fish at City RestaurantMrs Smith can get you up a swell Hat now She is always ready to show you through the stock LONG sCo The third quarterly meeting for atBeverday May 2nd and3rd C M Bryant Co dealers in Pianos Organs and Piano Players have the honor of offering the most valuable premium for the Hartford Street Fair a 3500 churchorgan to the best singing class in the coun tyIThe higer court has affirmed the judgment of the Daviess Circuit Court which fixed the punishment of Robert Mathley for the murder of Emma Watkins at death and Math ley will have to pay the penalty on the gallows The date of execution will be fixed by the Governor Judge and Mrs R R ddingen- tertained several little folks last FrlI day eve in honor of their daughter little Miss Daisys eleventh ahniversa ry Those present were Little Misses Mira Flener Lelia GlennI Mary Elizabeth Felix Maurine Wgland ter Essie King Lizzie OBannonI Ethel Martin Bessie Nellie WoodwardI ofIand the inability of managers and contributors to complete arrange mentsfor the Hartford Street Fair it was deemed best to set it forward two weeks and it will be held Fri 27thIand a large crowd is expected The rules and partial list of the pre miums offered appear elsewhere in our colums Having opened up a new and complete line of Furniture and Ve I hicles in my new build ing on Main street I de sire to have everybody who comes to Hartford to visit my store and see my limp of goods Assuring one and all that a hearty welcome is ex tended at all times A C TAYLOR ipi fJC 45 A Large Line fJI Of beautiful patterns of Mattings can now bo had there fur 12Jc to 30c per yard If you need Mat II 3 ting dont fail to look at our line for they are at p the very low prices and the mo t beautiful patterns A large line of Factory Cotton can be had for 5c Vu yard Bed Ticking Shirting Cottonade Carpet xWarp Quilt Wadding Unbleached Cotton Cali cos Ginghams Ribbons Embroideries Ladies rI3eltsifcchavo arrived in large quantities hurl will rbo sold at very low prices = Mens Clothing x andIIa abeautifulpatterns We can give you an elegant ill AII haveau fancy line of Mens Top Shirts which wo are aing for 45c I Dont forget that we kayo just receiv ed a large line of Slippers for men and women 2Also a fine line of Shoes ill I= Mens Hats = We have the latest stylesjn Hats We can give ayou a nice Hat from 100 to 250 A lot of other agoods that has just come in which aro not men iiIi tioned here Come in and take a look a- It a = For Latest Spring Styles 2 E SAM BACH I13 Hartford Ky fIi 444444C u u ifu Flowers SPring OOI 1 And the Crops of Summer 4 Naturally make ones mind wander to the benefits ofnature Whether it is the one or tho other we sure prepared to demonstrate to anyone the benefits of trading at our store Mr J W Lamb of Greenville has purchased Mr Martins interest in our store stud together we intend to give the public tho best trading point in Ohio county Conic and see us Wo will certainly make yourvisit profitable and pleas 4 5 untoVith our long experience we are well able to handle the trade Weve Got tHe Goods to Please You No matter what your desires may be whether they are or lowpriced they are all in tho latest styles and the suitability and lit are guaranteed before you leave the house Weve been in tho dry goods business long enough to know what will please the buying public mud wo think we have dune extra well this year Come and lot us show you through our lines No harm done No oironse no trouble to us Thats what were here for We Want Your Regular Trade- Of course we cant hope to make u purchaser of every prospective buyer But wo want you to get in the habit of buying the most four goods from us Youll find it both pleasing and profitable You shant lose a cent In fact we intend to save you all we can This is to our interest so that you will come again When it comes 4 5 to bargains we defy any house to beat us Genuine bargains too worth more tbaix i your moneys worth Now Dont Disregard THis Ad H + Its true its a paid advertisement but we aim it as a hearttoheart talk just the s pointVethinking it over come to us A ten minutes visit would be worth more to you than an hours reading Come any time Youre always welcome Bring us your Wool Feathers eggs Etc for which ere will pay the highest nwkot prices LONG It CO ECONOMY STORE IIar1ircrcL I en1iuokY F 0V OOOO OOSS S S 4p 4 BIG PIANO SALE Bryant Coto Hold a Speci Sale at Hartford Apr 242 9 Prices Cut Almost Half in Orde to Introduce Firm and Good C M Bryant Coof Owcnsboro will hold a special sale of Pianos Organs and Piano Players in tit Ford Building in Hartford common ingApril 25th and continuing to April 29th If you are thinking about buying a Piano Organ or Piano Player will pay you to wait for this sale Or if you think of buying a within the next year or two it wilt 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 our r pianos and the name of our firm well and favorably known to everyman woman and child in Hartford and Ohio Co In order to do this ware e 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 seat e a glance that we are offering unusual bargains In fact we are going to ask only enough margin on each instrument to pay us for handling that instrument We shall look to the good this sale will do us in the the way of an advertisement offset the loss of profits on the goods sold during this sale In order to giv an idea of what we are going to offer we will quote a few prices Pianos formerly 200 special sale price 12750 Pi anos formerly 250 special sale price 105 Pianos fo merly 275 special sale price 185 Pianos formerly 300 special sale price 215 350 pianos now 280 400 pi anos now 300 15U pianos now 3GO Piano Players regular price 2J0 sale price 200 Piano Players regular price 200 sale price 150 rvegularGO organs go for 3 05 organs go for 40 70 organs go for 13 75 organs go for 15 85 organs go for 55 SUO organs go ib G 1 and every thing else in proportion 1000 down and 500 per month buys some of these pi alms 2500 down and 8 00 to 1000 per month buys any of them 000 to 1000 down and 300 to 500 per month buys any of the or gansIf 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 i worthWe 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 01 Organ at cost go by If you live in the country and cannotcall during the day come in some evening as the store will be epen every even ingWe repeat this is not a moneymaking proposition with us but simply a means of introducing ourselves and our goods to you This sale will prove a rare opportunity to you to get a reliable Pian or Organ from reliable people a factory prices Trusting that every family i Hartford and Ohio county who hav 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 Retail Pianos Organs Piano Players Owensboro Ky Are Not Private Property Some of our rural readers will be surprised to learn a recent decision reached by the postoffice department in regard to the rural route mail boxes It has been a custom j for people living along the routes to leave notes papers Communications etc from one another in the mail boxes so that their neighbors can rs get them when they wish An Indi ana rural route carrier confiscated a few of these which he found in the WashingtonIThe route patrons got together and hired an attorney to see what could Tileras as farmers bought their boxes them selves the boxes were their own pri vate property and they might do as they chose about the matter The government however decided dif ferently and told them that all mate ter deposited in those boxes mint bear regular postage rates and they were classed simply as boxes rented at a postofiice are classed The ac tion of the carrier in confiscating the matter found in the boxes wa- It sustained 0 NOTICE D Ford c for Judgment Localoption election in Hartford Kentucky This cause coming on to be heard and it appearing that at the regular term of this Court on March 6 1905 D Fork and 61 others filed their pe tition herein praying an order of this Court directing an election to beheld in Hartford Ky on May 9th 1905 for the purpose of taking the 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 al lowing the sale of spiritous vinous inope 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 cos- election t in said city at the last general saidrpetition and it appearing further that saidpetitioners 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 take ing the sense of the legal voters of said City the proposition whether or liquoSrs shall be sold bartered or loaned in the City of Hartford or whether or not the law now in force in said allowing the sale of spiritous vinou- r and malt liquors shall become inop erative in the said City of Hartford The clerk of Ohio County Court i ordered and directed to prepare bal lots to be used at said election as re quited by law and the Sheriff of Ohio County is ordered and directed to hold said election and to open a poll in each voting place in the said City of Hartford on the 9th dsy of May 1905 for the purpose of carrying out this order It is further ordered and ad judged that a special registration be heldon Tuesday April 25 1905 for all legal voters of said City who have not registered The regulars election officers in the voting pre cincts 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 dec tion and also by written or printed notices in each voting precinct for same length of time and this proced ing is cotinued A copy attest M S RAGLAND Clerk By U G RAGLAND D C ordertCourt I will on Tuesday May 9 1905 inemanner 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 barter ed loaned or trafficked in in the said town of Hartford Ohio county Ken tuck Given under my handas Sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky this the 18th day of April 1905 CAL P KKOWN S 0 C 11Ijofw LIVE A IJUNDRED YEARS 1 Diet Prescribed by a Chicagoi Doctor for Members a Health Club By following these precepts whit Dr J Ij S King submitted to the Natural Health Club you may lit to be one hundred years old For a sudden strong effort if = e1 were trial eat meat For a longcontinued effort for endurance eat cereals After exhausting mental labor tat yolk of eggs After exhausting physical tablet drink infused tea Fora pure brain stimulant defy coffeeFor paleness eat lean meat an spinachTo i gray brain matter eat eggs beans andoats For sound sleep eat onions and I goslicThe first thirtythree years of mans life is for growth he de dared The breastbone which until the thirtythird year is composed of three bones then consolidates in to one ending the growing period The next thirtythree years is fo the enjoyment of fruits of labor Many people who get stout at their fortieth year think they are in fine shape Mistaken idea Stout ness at forty is a sign of old age as much as gray hair When it is noticed the diet should be cut down onethird The ideal old age is to be lean spare and active Old age loves fat while youth detests it Oats for children and Indian con for adults is almost perfect food Meat is the only food for a severe effort Too much meat however causes bad temper The nearest approach to a perfect brain stimulant I lS Court Milked the CowIThe court will proceed ti milk j the cow and judicial notice of thou facts which to him as an expor milker will tend to determire whether she has been fresh for a 1 mg or short time So announced Judge John FWalfc er of Sioux CityIafrom the bencH after hearing witnesses dispute for an hour concerning the identity of a Jersey cow Both sides claimed her but one side contended that she hatI been fresh only three months while the other alleges she hart not been fresh for nearly a year The court adjourned to a stable proceedssd to milk the cow in true farmer fash ionThe verdict of the curt is that kneese months therefore she goes to the plaintiff was the announcement of the bench after the court had solemnly led the procession back to the courthouse Dont Borrow Trouble It is a bad habit to borrow any thing but the worst thing you can possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia biliousness Brights disease and similar internal disorders dontI sit down and brood over your symp toms but fly for relief to Electric Bitters Here you will find sure and permanent forgetfulness of all your troubles and your body will not be burdened by a load of debt disease At Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Price 50c Guaranteed Held Trial by Telephone Robert Willard a farmer living near Elkhart in Logan county upon I being arrested by Constable Pettit on a charge of intoxication and dis orderly conduct pleaded guilty by telephone When he was informed of the 14 fine by the Justice in London he agreed to send the amount by mail The case is unique in Illinoise jurisprudence Canstable Pettit was sent low by the Lincoln Court to serve a war rant He found Willard busily en gaged in a corn field and read the warrant to him Willard agreed that it was all right but pointed to the work he was doing and declared that he could not possibly lose a day or two by driving into Lincoln and waiting for a trial He suggested the use of the tele phone and when the Constables mewhut dubiously acquiesced the two requirsd to the farm house Finally they got connection with Justice Rudolph in Lincoln and over the wire the unique trial was held The next fay the Justice inclosed received a letter with the money I i t ti0ln irwt TN lslx I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings Dsscoveryh uiiisn nudSOc b IL00 oA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fatlf Trial OottU free Promptly obtained crnofe Write forour Leforekotan PATENTS THAT PAY and Invent ra to encccss ami we send 111NendmntelphetnnrekMch ON PAT KegU lend latent Lawyer VVlte or conic to as at C05607 7ti St WASHINGTON DC CASTORIAFor Infants and Children BoughtrBears the SJgnatnro of vtfffiTtM BEST FOR THEM- BOWELSe uterbaltbymoTemeutoftbsbowels I bowels open and ba well Forte In lbshape of I Tbnlbe bowels clear end clem li to tik- eCANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY Peasant ralaUtle Potent Taste Good Do andtlet on health Adlrtu 431 Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Call For Convention I At a iall meeting of the Republi can committee of the Cromwell Mag isterial district held in Rosine Ohio county Ky on Saturday April the 8lh 1905 the following resolution was adopted Resolved That a delegate conven vention be heldin the town of Rosined on Monday May the 8th 1003 at 1 oclock p in for the purpose of nominating candidates for Magis trate and constable to he 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 or 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 r trict convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republican party for I said office J THOMAS ALLEN ChI11I1I 39t4 J D TAYLOR Secy IHeniy Watterson s Letters frolll EuropeWill A Leading Feature of Ti- leCourierJournal During 1905 Irt wtl he manytether Mra t v Upaitiurris ai cnln to mute a com 1 Ir Netvsjwp Malt Rate Dully Courier Journal lYr 6 Onily and Sunday t Yr 8 Weekly 1 Yr i COUHIKRIUUKXAIVOMIASY LOUISVIUJJ KY By a Special ArrniiKcittt you can get the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN and the WKLY COURIERJOURNAL Motel ono yciir for only SI50 Th sin I r cash snbrripHun only rill MiiCrbciM under ihs cmublnn linn f flr mus be sot through TUft RisrruucAN offiie THIS REMEDYIs GIVE Satisfaction EtVS CREAM mU- lTrn told tit ouY IIhlbIbrim HturvNiiitnrrh nud dune awn r n 11 CATARRH Uitn4lim HhMirtml liuikljr llenl ItCOID ry HEAD protect tuleiiit 11 iiuo turKmiui n umlinml inl lnllIAo nt OrnitiiMn or itr mull Trlnl nlu ice tiy until KIY IIUlTllius M UiirrvriSirnt Sew York u o o o o oo jBIG FOURt The Best Line to 1 Indianapolis J PeoriaI PIClevelandj New York 5- j Boston j j And all other points East II Information cheerfully fur r nished on application at City P III S J GATES i 4 Genl Agent Passenger Dcpt j- i Louisville KyI Q I Patiola I I The Modern tonica rliiw twfire ah nieitl will mnkr yon fn1 strinu Mtitl well PANOUA has ro equal fur Inilliteotiiin D epepsU- f CaHrh ol the Hil 1hnt roii oh Rowels Liv ann Kidneyn J- i LA Gripp unit ufirrt1 dtblllt Made hy lhf 11ETCHFIBLD PllAK AA MACAL Co Inc For sale by A IJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky J 0wo rs o000 110 In to the such Sick we on your Our free proposition FinSTBOTTLE FREEIt rou need Octane Liter have never It pleuso Rend us coupon We will then send you un order on your Orurulut for- D full si ed bottln tree and we will pay your druiriilst ourselves for It Thl li our made to convince vouito show you what Dr Cailtteiltt GrPIIII Llrer Powder tM nod what It can do o It places you Under no obligations whatever sick 000 can nctflectnuch an offer and tin fair to himself The very fact of the offer must convlnco you that Dr Carlilcillt GcrmnvUrcr Powder does ns we Ws not pay a bottle and irlvo nwity If there was any of You want those results you want to bo well Wont you let us at our cixDie show you the wayf iOr Carlsledts German Liver Powder Is sold In two sizes 1 1fJ01f I C MIIUIXTT l r H sMITx- lt 13 AH de Tf M iTil i ATTORNEYS AI LA- Illllirollliirnrli rtMrirflri li li tell tlirrimrlii IIIU nltlJIJlIrUUIlIrIIIIIMlrt bl IijinU I nttnlan rlvn in e tr il tlirlriHiv Ciillwiloutanit the 1rttrtlMiotCrlm 1pnlnttd IInlEtnte tnw Hfw Alll e OIIIevD IIJIN ItnllUlnii I Cr j FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law IIAIVIM ann UV Will 1rlh bhi prtdtwl n In Ililii and 01 lulntuu toitNiy mid In the fliirt nl 1UIwv11 Ctlwlnnl praMke nxil rnlletntas n nlnlir- OmwJl lh herald linlldliiK i + II t CHAS M CROWE I LAWYER IIlAlsrroitl KY iit luii In tilt tlii eoiirli I1I1I11nllr II lnp rnnilr nml In llieTonr secnlntlrnbnnperon tr crlmlnn pfnetlrundprillretlon Ufllr cornet sterntkrtnudtelrrstrwb Tbomne rmiier oitii lia WILSONt KYI innkliifll Palxfrnru d r mate xntarv InMIr tar Ohio coon ly Imnbortheltfpobllegonrra F- I R R WEDDING i Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY FdrretrntirtIrocalsrlnltaforlebdnnEtc lorObloI M I IIIIAVItlV KlIMMT XVOOIMVU IIlEAVRIN WOODWARb Ic tc r eys Ott CI kTruKyVIII 1nil thOookt4 Apwnlw eolleetloI W H BARNES AttorneyASUCHlXTY at LawiIlARirnnn Kr I Will inrllv tde iirutmlun In tell lb Court UkliinniliflJiilMlnKrUDntlMiud In th Court AppenU Strict intention wlllbV Kit en ttTij lioln cnrriMrtl to liUtnre CotUrllonK epwl IIY URIr InrniirtbiiMo YANCYT MOSLEY r ATTORNEY AT LAW Marie KfniucKt I Will pmMlreltte prolnmlon In nil the of- i CourtAnplndeOlac OYrr Kiwi NntlonHl llnik 60 VEARB EXPERIENCE IrTRADE MARK Dulcna rCOPYRIGHT CC j Anyone lending k tkelrh deecrlpllon qnlcklr ajcertaln our opinion fra whether IIII ommunI = Patents taken lEronin Mann A Co recelTiI tpeclel notlu without c8m the i ImerkanIdrrulatlon of soy aclentlDft lournal Term 13 a M Oe1BrillI I gnROCUREDANDDCrtNDEOgmodel t rce advice how to obtain tndo matt l copyrltitiUeta N COUNTRIES 1arinadlrrcwill Hadlnstoaapa1Gv 3 YJtflnoIAtf i t Potent and Infrlnmtnt Practice Exclgln Nrtte otwme to unt i aka Klnth Itrett epp trailed lUUe Past Olee WASHINGTON DC 0 i nFftEEs lit IT COSTS YOU NOTHNG rorder prove absolutely that we can cure you of all maladies pertaining to Liver and Iidacysitas Dypepsla Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Headaches Diarrhoea and Dysentery of n bilious type will give you tea order druggist and pay him for a bottle of Dr Garlstedts German Liver PowderI orCarlrledts POWdetr tried Ibo herewith fee fit accept No claim would surely for It doubt results 25c and llrcui irii Court and pxenu COUPONForthfeoffermaynotappear to AmerlanPhermaceiConvanwllleInde My disease Is butIfYouwlllsupplymeaYScbuttlofree n 0 Owe lull aitilreM Writ pUtnly For Sale by J Ha WILLIAMS Hartford Ky f tit g I Farmers Opportunity j Big Implement Sale if It I For the next thirty duyH vo uro going to oiler u + I rent Bargains in Plows Cultivator Hut rows Corn 2 J I drills Wagons Howieauul nil Funning linple monks in order to refine our stock to make room to build Our goods are all of standard reliable makes and I uro wellknown and extensively used throughout the country so that you take no chances in buying ct from us4 itt fiJltdo many Jobs in lirstelass shape that other shops cannot do at all and moderate prices I Call nnd secure some of tho bargains wo are ofloring Yours truly t WILLIAMS J MILLER j Beaver Dam Iy t- A 1tf tIfNH MMMit FREB TUITION4 is Two Weeks Free Tuition in the Owensboro Business University Individual instructions from a large and competent faculty Every Graduate set hcures employment Free membership in the Y M C A gymnasium and library Write for full information- A M FISHER Pres t wwtt 1 um WA d- iMiiA I Tf m iand othiT ills proliKvl bv ilisensud kMniV roll III cuixul ARGON OIL w the ixMiieily it+ Hurt is marvelous relieving almost instJtntly1tw it nnd it you are not satisfied your money will bo chocr Billy Tofu ided t Ask you Druggist 95c 50- cCu9 a ARGONOIL i 130 West Main St Louisville Ky EDUCATIONI success in life This being conceded Stat the school that stand to li Business College Louisville KyStsI N E 4BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one n special SHORTHAND nt in his line Write for a beautiful book giving U testimouiala Irom graduates occupying prominent kS TYPEWRITING J portions allover the United StRteslt will be mailed to you FREE School l I open all the year Students can enter at any time 1BEJWRIGHT President J r I ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY 1aeaPOUITnI T Talk being chtap and nlccllllhry 1 you should patronize home folks l 1 where you can buy your own phone and be InlinesZ and build your own aMUing distance with the whole coun i ty and buslnehB points generally by y l t only paying n reasonnhte rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will bent the whole expense H r wltb all In 1 you say BO We conntct dependent Companies For parU6u I lars call on S T Stevens Manager Harlfud K- yFirst r 1 t class typewriter paper for sale at this of fice cheap Low One Wy Colonist Rater Vlo Big Four Route To- CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO x MONTANA UTAH and Intermediate territory TICkotH on Bulo Mch I to Mny IS For full information and particu onlagentsBigFour WAUHEN J LYNCH o r t A- Cincinnati Ohio I J OATK8 General Agent Louisville Kr W 4 Ir 4 L pJ = IoUrL 30 r MANY COUNTERFEITS I Chinese Flooding Philippines With Spurious Currency Vii tiIngfnnPutXrwMurkTrlbunl John WilkieChief of tho Secret Service Bureau will go to hid the authorities of the Philippine Islands in ferreting out and punishing a gang of counterfeiters which has been flourishing there ever since the American occupation of the archi peligo It is supposed that the same aggegatipn of money makers wasim ployed in depulicatmg the old Spanish currency long before the fall of Manila for clever counterfeits wer discovered by the Americans long before that date The counterfeit- are known to be Chinese but whet er they have their mint Jp some secluded place on one of the Islands or in Hongkong the Philippine Secret Service Detectives have not yet been able to determine The operations of the Chinese counterfeiters threaten to become a serious menace to the prosperity of the businessmen of the Philippines because of the wholesale output of their factories Their coins are of three kinds First old copper Span ish coins plated and passed as silver second Mex silver coins changed to imitate United States currency third Mex coins altered to simu late the new currency of the Islands which has recently been put into cir culation The silvered copper coins are of comparatively little impor tance They are principally centa vos and are passed when plated as quarters It is the counterfeiting of the new Philippine coins and the United States currency from Mexi can silver coins which is worryin- the authorities The Mex halves and dollars are worth about half as much as our money although the contain about the same amount silver Ly changing the design imitate liu Americas or Painpin- C3itlsornr2ltii up the silver re m iluing u iii tiid new coinage thg counttrxelteiM realue abu iJe per I etnt fr lit 011 tiucounUrirt ian cuiiuixul t difference titwe the yriM of saver bullion and tike labiuhutl vufje of tnu Pnilippine coin on Uo rniflppine toununiciU anti nc tuts same time produce a coin wnltli Iia all the wuijtnt and itna of tho genuine Several hundred u the VtlvUi kinds of counteifeils IIHVC beelllcSCIVWut the 1181 r Department anu turned over to the Secret Scrvio Department Chief WilUe will sail from ban Frncissj on the steamship Cjreiton May 3 UI the way to Uie Philippines he stop at Honolula and established branch of the bureau there for the Hawaiian1 Territorial Government Frank feranigan Treasure of the Philippic Islands who is now on leave in Washington encountered a great many of the counterfeits before he left the Philippines fur tha Unit ed States in November Mr Brani grinsaidThe Chinese counterfeiters are very clever indeed b jcause in this work like all other kinds of imitation that they attempt theyiollow copy with marvelous precision You have heard the story probably of the I Chinurnnn who waa told to copy a certain document and hands back the to pieces of paper to the mean READ THISIBowling Green Ky Juno121901 Dr EW Hall St Louis Mo Dear SlrI have used your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery forI kidney and bladder troubles andI can cheerfully recommend it to all suffering from kidney and bladder trouble Respectfully JHHESIEN A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery curesall kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism andall irregularities of the dd 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 bottleI is two months treatment dom fails to cure any of the above scilemanufacturerlp Street St Louis Mo 4i i4 lo tJ t Pi Ah from whom ho had received with every Mot every crease every curlycue of the original olio the duplicate It did not take th Chinese very long to discover tha counterfeiting was the most profit ble class of imitation and they into the business in A wholesale they must have paid them handsomely The counterfeiters have put ou a lot of coins that even the moneychangers at the banks have greatest difficulty in detecting SlOORiWnrdSlOO beIleast one dreaded disease thatscience has been able to cure in all itsstages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure fraternityea ease requires a constitutional treat takenhblood and mucous surface of theTsys tern thereby destroying the founda lion of the disease and giving patient strength by building up th constitution and assisting nature i doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails cure Send for list of testimonals Addess F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio 75cJfor con stipation I m UNIQUE OPERATION Blood of Healthy Girl Transfer red Into Sisters Veins Sew York WortilJ hegsave life of her sister Delia yesterday wsfbloorlIButeme so the doc tow refused to attempt the operation again Delia Martin was found unconscious a Thumpan villc uve employeyoung woman ally inhaled illuminating gas She Wi i taken to the City Hospital where instead of rallying under the usual andIa determined to stimulate her and re vivityher blood wife that of a person in perfect healht operation foran two little syringes connected by a glass tube and a small pump to pro pel the blood through the tube The doctors made a minute incision in the large vein in Roses forearm near the elbow and inserted a syringe in the vein The other syringe was introduced through a like incision in the big vein in Delias arm Roses blood was drawn into the syringe squirted jnto the tube quiddy pumped along it and drawn fate the othar syringe preopratory tj bintf inje 5iJ mtj Dieias veins But tne doctor found that the tubes temperature was less than that of Roses body so that even in its brief passage through the tube little clots Had formed in the blood Thelossof blood her emotion her anxiety for her sister had visibly affected Rose But when the physi cians told her the attempt had failed she insisted that they repeat it The instrument wds prepared again and once more Roses blood was drawn and pumped into the tube This time in some way air had en the syringe and minute bubbles were seen in the blood as it traverse the glass tube Their presence in stantly vitiated the operation For air injected into Delias vein would have been quickly fatal when it reached her heart After the second trial Rose was pale fault but brave and loving as ever ITry again she pleaded Any thing anything to keep Delia with Ime doctor feared Rose would go oprationcharge of it congratulated Rasa ot devotionI healthy person willing to be donor IM IIBALISI Cumberland 1 1ANDTneres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence nnd place ol business My business baa Increased and my wiles voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition MaaraWRlElao o- aCh1oCountrCircuit Court TF Dlrkhead Judge Bon D 0emlMlonerj L Uoieley Tratte JnrjFundiCs SbrllCKeoDIKfIOWD ATCoDrtconTenetflntUon thrktwo week flagandClerkConrtcoareaMantblondaylnenehmouthn In April July October and January CoartatQelmCoatenaantllondaylnyat nary Tneeday after eecond Monday In October CeralioFranDaylCoronlr3M tlc court B F Hndeon Dearer DamFebruary U May 18 Auguet el November ao y1LAagaatlONovember MayZT A Erane FordirllloJanuary IB May T August 21 NoreniberE JA hick Duford February T May 9Aug lrNorember7WAaoneCeutertownFebnary I May 11 Augntt 21 Norember s DJ WUcox Rockport February 20 May II ItcUc Court Jno U Wilson Judge C E Smith City At torney 8 r Darren- a Marshal Court coo renea second Monday eachnionth Stlatoua EJaxvlaM E Church South Senrlce third Sunday each month at 11 a m and 7pm and lecoid Sunday atrpm Prayer meeting erery Wedaei day erenlng JoT WTJMIller Ioator BaptUtCbarch Serrlreebeld Saturday nigh before eecond Sunday Sunday and Sunday night nnd fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer inrMlDg every Thursday evening Rev JIlluruett pastor 0 P Church Service lint Sunday In eacL month at 0ainand7pm Her J 0 liar nl pnetor- Skhoul TrullartlordTa P Miller J anufy Meveu II M Iloiltr J II II Car CltrtbpuNlletYn IIotl rniikMHvpr H v indrros IIcrk Kr S J i Milling 1 Tin avAriivi11LllavrlsTJ Hurt m eJunIm- nCocet Co a A O U W meets beet uml thlrl Jrlloy nights In eneimoutb Uarttord Loitfte No 07ft P A AMu m first Monday night In each month Hartford Tent Xo99Knightsofthe Miiri bees every Thursday night Rough RtTpr Lodge No Il6 Knlwhtinf iy intc meets every Tureday nIght tniton Morton lot No 4 0 A IL hold q nlnrniwllngsHatardnjbeforeflrslhunittivlnrrii inntb Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and Ires reclining chair cars llotnesoehcr Excursion first and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets folders etc on H C TCJfKSEKD RTO MATTHEWS t7hurtslrkl Tnriliif Fuuinr ipit- T IIIli u011ratla EVERYBODY J v 1rwInc QUART CtOTHU roe swiSALE BY ALL GROCERSJIh American rhartnacal Co Eul1l1lIIeIacf ft VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer 11A highclass preparation for the hair Keeps the hair soft and glossy and prevents splitting at the ends Cures dandruff and always restores color to gray hairu JJIAI a 5 thr r a HEALTH is the Most Important The manufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have had 40 years of scientific experience Everymethod of breadand been exhaus tively studied in this countryand abroadThe result is a perfect product in Royal Baking Powder There is no substitute for it The purity and efficiency of Royal Baking Powder have been commended by the highest authorities of the world These facts mean two tant things to all housekeepersI First that Royal Baking Powder Is healthful and makes wholesome foodISecond that Royal Bak ing Powder makes food to taste 1 1good I I ROYAL BAKING POWDER ABSOLUTELY PUR- EHartford u Republican FRIDAY APRIL 2S HARTFORD STREET FAIR List of Premiums to te warded on May 26th and 27th 1905 FIRST DAY MAY 20 Ring No 1 Premium by Z Wayne Griffin Bro the druggists for the ladies best white layer cake 1st premium a beautiful jew el faced gilt clock 1000 2nd premium clock 250 Ring No 2 Premium by Carson Co general merchants best pair mules owned by one man one sew ing machine 1000 Ring No3 Premium by First National Bank of Hartford largest family father mother and children to be presentpremium in gold2500 Ring No 4 Premium by Sander fur Co the grocery men best pair farm horses premium to be given in groceries 500 Ring No 5Premium by A D White groceries and hardware prettiest baby under one in cash earoldI Ring No 6 Premium Crabtree the meat men best calf 3 months old or more to be sold to them at market price after the award 500 Ring No 7Premium by J C Her the grocerman and confectioner for the tackiest turnout one set of harness 1000 Ring No 8Premium by Carson Bros the grocerymen best suck ling colt one double barrel shot gun 1500 Ring No 9 Premium by Sam Bach the dry goods merchant best suckling mule colt one outfit suit shoes and hat to the amount of 1500 Ring No 10 Premium by Black Birkhead the liverymen best boy rider under 15 years of ageone bridle and saddle 1500 Ring No llPremium by W M Hudson the saloon man best mare and suckling colt in cash 1500 Ring No 12 Premium by Z Wayne Griffin Bro best pair of general utility Horses owned by one man first premium onp 14k gold 31000j national stock food 550 Ring No 13 Premium by J H Williams the druggist for the handsomest centerpiece one ladies hand bag GOO Ring No 14 Premium by Keown King the meat men best beef cow Sand they are to have the privi lege of buying same at market price after the reward 500 Ring No 15 Premium by J H H Williams I the druggist for the I handsonest doilies not less than six one set of six cut glass tum blersSOORing No 16 Premium by Ilenr Nail the saloon man for the bes brass band in Ohio county to be paid in cash 1500 Ring No 17 Premium by J H Williams the druggist forthe hand somest specimen of drawn work one lamp 600 Ring No 18 Premium by G B Williams the City Restaurant best girl rider under 15 years of age onside e saddle 500 SECOND DAY MAY 27 Ring No 19 Premium by J H Williams the druggist best white cake one library lamp 500 Ring No 20Premium by G B Williams the City Restaurant bes boy rider under 15 years of age th winner in Ring of Black Birkhea- not elegable one saddle 500 Ring No 21Premium by C M Bryant Co the new dealers in pianos organs and piano players and manufacturers agents for the best church choir in Ohio county one handsone church organ 1500 Ring No 22Premium by Fair Co the dry goods merchants for the best lady rider a fine silk dress t 2500 Ring No 23Premium by J W Ford the mill than best pair chickens 50 pounds of flour Ring No 24 Premium by Long Co at the Economy Store for handsomest turnout lady and gen tleman ladies hat 800 to the lady and one pair mens shoes 500 to the gentlemanRing 25Premium by J W Ford the mill man largest turkey 50 pounds flour Ring No 2G Premium by Dr 11 H Tappan the optician for the oldest lady present one pair of tine spectacles 500 Ring No 27 Premium by L T Barnard the liveryman best mare und suckling mule colt saddlebridle and blanket 1000 Ring No 2S Premium by J W Ford the mill man for the best pig I under six months old 100 pounds flourRing No 20 Premium by C EI Morrison the blacksmith best saddle and harness gelding one I plow 350 Ring No SO Premium by A C Taylor the undertaker and furniture man most popular young lady an iron bed 1500 One receiving second highest num ber votes a reed rocking chair 10 Ring No 31 Premium by Hart ford Mill Co for second largest family father mother and all chil dren to be present one barrel of flower 600 Ring No 32Premium by W S Tinsley the hardware man best ewe and lamb one blue flame wickless stove 850 Ring No 33Premium by WC Schlemmer the bakery man best bushel of wheat in cash 500 RULES ETC Sec I The following well known citizens of Ohio county have been se lected as an executive board to have charge of the Street Fair and they will have general supervision over all the entries and the awarding of prizes towit David Moreland John C Westerfield Harrison Austin J B Mitchell and W M Ad dingtonSec The Secretary to be ap pointed shall keep a record of all the entires and the proceedings of the executive board and upon the award ing of any premium by the judges he shall issue his warrant on the per son offering said premium for same and he shall assist in counting or ex amining any contest for any premium Sec III All premiums are to remain in possession of the person giving same until four oclock p m of the last day of the Fair Sec IV There shall be no entry fee charged for any ring or exibit and anyone may make entry in any ringexcept the citizens of Hartford Sec V No one but farmers will be allowed to act as a member of the executive boardtI Sec VI The executive board shall select the judges to decide all rings in contest but in no event shall I any of the judges so selected be citi HartfordI be on or before I 12 oclock a in of the first day of the Fair Sec VIII All articles after being exhibited shall be returned to the owner i Sec IX No outside amusements or entertainments will be allowed on the streets during this Fair No lunch stands will be allowed on the sstreets r BIIFORDt Warden returned home after several weeks visit with her brother and sister near Cenlertown Mrs Charlie Whayland and son of Louisville are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs R R Cundiff of this placeS Hussey went to Owensboro Monday B F Graves and Owen Magan went to Beaver Dam Tuesday F M Hoover returned from Lou isville last week where he purchased a nice lot of spring goods mucht1 Bennied tended church at Nocreek Sunday nightMr Wells Andersonville is visit ing his sister Mrs Oscar Turner The A S of E meets here next Saturday CERALYO April 25Miss Josie Barnard is teaching the spring school here Miss Bettie Barnard who is at tending school at Rockport was at home Tuesday W H Morris who has been sick is not so well as he has been W H Miller filled his regular appointment here Sunday j Sam Ashby and family Render visited the family of E W Smith Saturday and Sunday Charlie Bullock is still dangerously sickIJoe Maddox and family were here Sunday Little Miss Golda Everly is very sick tat this writing John K Rowe who has been very sick is worse again Mis Eilie Wood Belton visited relatives here last week i Misses Pearl and Jessie Nourse Central City visited here some days ago Miss May Wood Yost Ky spent several days here last week visiting j Real Estate- BARGAINS j 70 acres on Sulphur Springs 0 roadG miles from Hartford 32 acres in medow 400 fruit trees 90 white oak trees good house and good Barnes for 65000 121 acres near Rotkporr in Bond condition good huid- tataandfinelanulanrifnrt2aopo 83 Acre fine bottom lnd for fao per acre or i6uo 3 miles from laitford on Sander urs crossing toad God house Bond burr bung orcnrd in fine KtHte of cultivation A bargain 35 acres fine Rough river bottom land near Hartlord in fine MHteof cultivation Will sell cheap considering Ihelnnd iSS acres near Ceralvo See me for prices 2 acrrs at Centertnwn See me IT pjCfll One hnus and lot on Union Ftrrtt in Hartford in tine condition 7Svnn- A hulls and 2 areaotcround n joining ll rtlrrl Fire IrnitgtMid house and build- I 111111 firI 375ro- j 135 arrrx 4 mllfs north 01IHfiPlord In good state of cultivation c43 aces near Cd cl VII 431 oo 70 rfcrtrn neiu tale 25 acirs bottom lanHlnlanre gcod IiIl1I1nl good hoURe pood buns 650 no Oie andarm 61 Moser for F Ilit a Imrunln If you want to aril land ifouant to hue land rte me and I will inrntfh you with what you want S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate HAKTFOIID KY Bargains Bargains Bargains IN Twelve Thousand Dollars Worth of Merchandise The opportunity a lifetime is now open to the people of Ohio county to supply themselves with new seasonable stylish up to the minute Merchan disc at one half their value This is no idle talk no gush to catch the unwary Having purchased one of the largest best selected and most uptodate stocks of merchandise ever in the county at a price that would make your hair stand on end and desiring to get ourselves fully be fore the people not only of Beaver Dam vicinitybut of Ohio countywe have determined to give them the benefit of our bargains And again wo would impress you that this is no run down closing out sale no bankrupt of the cleanest newest freshest stocks of merchant disc in the county just purchased for the spring trade and selected by one who knows the demands of the people Many of these goods have not yet been opened They consist of all the staple Dry Goods A big line of new nobby fashionable Clothing The Dress Goods Department Is filled with the latest novelties and newest fabrics for spring and summer 1he Ladies and Gents Furnishing departments are each filled to overflow ing with till tho latest newest things of the season The Shoe Department Is a fort within itself Every thing from the most substantial styles to the daintest novelties for ladies gents and children is here The Millinery Department Presided over by Miss Sallie KIrby one of the popular and stylish milliners State mostI all that taste and fashion can demand Everything you need is here whether you plain hornyhanded farmei or the leader of the most fashionable circle The only proposition is Do you know the value of a dollar Do you earn the money you spend Ifoudo you will not let this opportunity of a lifotimepn s you but you will hitch up your buggy or wagon take in your and spend tho most profitable lay of your life by pomingI hero and inspecting this stock I i ROGERS CODam Ky IBeaver1 t 1 r y BASBBjJ B sr1 g Q EaEraa Eaa Carson t Co Every day adds to tlio popularity of this groat store Valuegiving tasteful styles und proper ma terial form the basis of our success TIll vnhi s wo are oflering this season mire abso lutely without precedent in highgrade goody but our enormous buying capacity makes all things pos sible It is another demonstration of what our vast organization can do Special Values In Men and Boys Suits fin this week Suits Tailored in the latest styles that you wouldexpect to pay 20 for eo this week m at 15 Exclusive styles in the highest mitt of t he designers skill showing that degree m of refinement in their conception and taste 1in their execution that they appeal at once U to every instinct of the tasteful dresser i4 Such Suits as you would expect to pay 11 1250 for go this week at 10 n Other Lines Da11e are also showing a then lino of Suits at 108 300 500 and 750 Our line of Joys Clothing is complete G 1Prices from 1 to 5 per Suit Wo are prepared to show you the greatest GodsMerchandise in Ohio county Wo also want your Wool Chickens and a Eggs Wo psk you to favor us with a visit at an early date Truly YoLtrto Carson Co INCORPORATED Hartford Kentucky dHAD BAS bjJ a ae t 88 TAKE THE REPUBLIC- ANpprpppppp 1111iX- 10 Per Cent I E Reduction SaleI= In order to make room for our immense stock P of Spring Goods we will commencing Monday t April 10 1905 make a reduction of 10 per cent on t Skirtspp a success beyond our expectations wo are able top handle checks of all kinds at HOc on the dollar 16 Our prices are the lowest consistent with quality 16 Remember the date April lOtlvto 30th = Drug Department 16 Being in charge ofan able pharmacist wo are pro 1 16 pared to supply your wants in an able and satis j 16 factory manner All grew fresh drugs at lowest prices No substituting 4- at Bring us your produce highest market price j 16 paidi= The Brown Mercantile Co XNCORPORATED at McHenry Ky 1 III 4444444 i av HLv eti t date Ii