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Digital page images are linked to the text file. af I n t Jlattf 4 Drb tttpublicttuIFine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IX TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year i VOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 5 1905 No42 TRIUMPH OF THE RING t About 250 Democrats Meet b and Ratify Machines Choice Secret Conferences Held Among the Rang Leaders During 1 the Proceedings According to previous announce a incut a Democratic mass conventioi was held at the Court House here blot Monday at which the nom I nations of candidates for the various county officers were ratified Thi meeting was called to order by coun I ty Chairman TJ Smith who per 4 formed ills part of the program will an air of consciousness of the ulti mutt outcome of tIe meeting As1- i11 a further part of the program Mr G U Likens was elected permanent chairman anti on assuming the duties of that positions took occasion to dis claim knowledge of the fact that he was to act in that capacity At this juncture a little diversion from tit rings program was necessary MY Hebor Matthews was too ill to assume the duties of Secretary and in his stead some one else had to be NubstttutcdAcommittet on resolutions was appointed by Chairman Likens who directed thomembers thereof to r tire to his ollico where they procur ed the resolutions wlncl tIe Ring had previously prepared and in a few iminutes were ready to report lungthytJvidual in Whose praise they speak loudest The major part of re markable resolutatory documehT was devoted to a discussion off the financial affairs of the county and a forlorn attempt to deceive the public as to the status thereof It also lavishly praises Judge Miller but fnils t to cite an instance in which he has portrayed any extraordinary ability or more than passingly performed his duties in the conduct of public af fairsThere were present about 250 to 300 Democrats and in several of the races desperqte attempts were made by those Democrats who believe in t an open free and fair choice of the nominees to break the slate agreed upon by the Hartford Ring but all efforts were unavailing and the 1 ring candidate to a man received the nominations When a nonring man seemed about to win a nomina tion the proceedings were stopped long enough for the manipulators to have a secret confcrepceand eith I or scare him off persuade him off or buy him off It was a cut and dried affair from first to last and the third term man was to even a casual observer the rul 11 ing power behind the thrown IHs bidding was done in the finest detail find the apparent remarkably harm monious proceedings were due to the that all the candidates iud been iJfnct by the third tqrm man and his ring several days before the convention day and the ratifications made easy by simply passing tho word aoindon the morning of the convention The ring crowd run everything highhanded and the poor fellows who happened not to be on tho slate were routed in every in stance The ticket as nominated will how ever serve all purposes of the min ority party There is of course no hope on part of the nominees or the thatany of them will be elected f and waiving thequestionable dins by which the nominefs AVere chos en it is composed of aboutasgopd men as a minority party usually succeeds in naming I The ticket is as follows J D fa Cooper Fordsville Representative J P Miller Hartford Judge Lon Smith Westerfield Clerk Tom But 7lor Shreve Sheriff W H Barnes Hartford County Attorney A P Taylor Beaver Dam Superintend ent of Schools T C Park Clear Run Jailer JT Moore Sulphur Springs 1 i 1 jtc o I Assessor A P Butler Select Surveyor Tom Stevens Beaver Dam Coroner Jett and White Witnesses firstIhere today over the Jett and Tom White from the Frank fort penitcniary the convicts haves ing been summoned by the common wealth to testify in the Hargis cases The arrival of the men wnea surqrise to the defendant and his attorneys and for a few minutes there was great confusion in the courtroom lord it wns not known by any one the nature of the testimony that would be given by the men both of whom were convicted of the assassination of J B Marcum and one of whom Jett was sentenced to death for the Cockrill killing Judge Hargis and his counsel were visibly affected by the presence of the nlen mid the Judges agitation was plainly noticeable to those in the court room CANE RUN May 2 Our Sunday school is progressing nicely Miss Lula Sandbach who is attending college at Hartfbrd was the guest of her parents near this place last week G 1 Christian and family were the gueats of their friends lr and Mrs J P Wilson Sunday Thomas Payton gild family visited Mm Paytons mother Mrs Mary Hoover near Kriedaland Sunday Miss tlcmmio Christian visited her cousin Miss Tie Wilson Saturday and Sunday Hufus Boyd wont to Hartford yesterday on business Jim n Johnson was in Dundee yesterday Wiii Allen and mother of Olaton visited their friend Mrs Rena Wil son and children Sunday Misses Maggie and Ora Wilson visited their school mate Miss Lu cilc St Clair Sunday Mrs Juda Arnold and daughter of Horse Branch were the guests of Mrs Arnold sister Mrs Maggie Christian Saturday J T Daniel Olaton and Miss Evcrly Jamisonof this place were united in marriage last Wednesday Mr Daniel is one of Olatons best citizens Miss Jamison is a popular young lady of this place They have our best wishes J G Wilson and mother Mrs May B Wilson were in Hartford last Thursday Miss Nola Boyd visited her cousin Miss Rhoda Daniel Sunday Miss Tie Payton of Olaton pt tended Sunday school at this place Sunday evening James Wilson is on the sick list Ht this writing Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed Cor holding the Kentucky fairs for 905 as far as reported Officers of airs are requested to report to us lily oinmissions or correction of latesMadisonville August 15 days Danville August 8I days Fern Creek August 151 days Shepherdsville August 154 days Lawrcnceburg August 15 t days Vanceburg August 1GM days GuthrieAugust 173 days ShelbyvflieAugust 224 days Springfield August 231 days NicholasvilleAugust 203 days Bard town August 8Q4 days Florence August 304 days IJlizabethtown September 53d- nys Glasgow September 61 days Kentucky State Fair September 84 days- Henderson September 266 days Falmouth September 27 4 days Owonsboro October 105 days I Selling Out Groceries HardwareQueensware Fertilizer Fiel Seed Farming Imple seats one house and lot ono horse and wagon and store fixtures Come and get a bargain D L D SANDER UR i2l3 Beaver Darn Ky If t Jt POPULAR PEOPLE WED Former Ohio County Teacher Marries Attractive Young Lady of Breckenridge Co Dr J A Sandbach and Miss Anna E Potts were married at McQuady Breckenridge county April the 26 Immediately after the nuptial ceremonies the bridal party compos ed of the bride and groom and the latters brother Dr W S Sandbach left for a visit to the grooms home near Friedaland The bride is the beautiful and accomplished daugh ter of Mr and Mrs David Potts one of the foremost and most prominent families in Breckenridge county The groom is a successful and promising young physician and has acquired quite an extensive reputation in his chosen field lie formerly taught school in this county in which capacity he met with success He has for the past three years been located at McQuady during which time he has mnde many friends and built up a splendid prac tice TilE RKPUIIUCAN joins the many friends of these young people in wishing them a happy and prosperous life Resolutions of Respect Whereas The great andsupremc ruler of the universe has in His in finite wisdom removed froml among us one of our worthy esteemed and loviifg friends Miss Emma Mor ris who died April 20 1905 and Whereas The long and intimate relation held with her in the faithful discharge of her duties in the church and Sunday school makes it eminent ly befitting thatwe record our ap preciation of her therefore Resolved That the wisdom and ability which she has exercised inlaid of our church and Sunday school by service contributes and counsel will be held in greatful remembrance Resolved That the sudden removal of such a life from ourJ midst leaves a vacancy and a shadow that will be deeply realized by all the members and friends of the organizations and will prove a serious loss to the community and the public Resolved That with deep sympathy with the bereaved relatives of the deceased we express our hope that even so great a loss to us all may be overruled for good by Hind who dpeth all things well 10 Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread the rec ord of these organizations a copy printed in the local paper and a copy forwarded to the bereaved family i ELVIS W MAGAN CHAS W WHITE Com LENA M JOHNSTON WHITESVILLE Miss Fnedley thenurse returned to her home in Henderson Saturday Misses Florence Simmons Bessie Floyd and Mr Hillary Drury spent Sunday here Mr J W Day Owensboro visited his mother Sunday Mrs P H Haffey and Haffey Cecil who have been sick forseveral weeks is convalescing Mr C LObenchainspentMonday- night with his parents nl Pellville Mrand MrsHosa Shown ahdchild ren Adaburg spent Monday mid Tuesday with Mrs Showns parents Mr and Mrs Thos Hickey Mr EstillBristonOwensbonJspcnt Sundayhero with relatives Mr Wheatley went to Owensboro SundayMISS Efiio Williams entertained a few of her friends Saturday night All report a pleasant timetDrs McDonald and Knox attended the Post Mortem examination of111 Hilinky of Knottsvjlle who died Saturday Miss Stella Wedding is ill at this writing Mr A D Mattingly and RevHugh OSullivan attended the funeral of Mr Hillary Monday at Knottsville spentSunday 1711x9 TORJADean teeibo Kind You Haw waSBOU Blgoitcn TooJIof 4 y eti i 9 p THE TRIUMPHS OF PERtJ=NA INCREASE Thousands of Unpublished Testimonials on file Thousands of Chronic Ail ments of Women Cured Every Month Disguised Internal Catarrh the Enemy of Women i Miss Della Strocbe Rural Route Ao Appleton Its writes For several years I was Ina rundown condition and could flud nd relief from doctors nor medicines I could not my meals and could not nigh I had heavy dark circles about the eyes friends were much alarmed I was advised to glvo Ieruna a trial and to I began to improve with the- firatbotlle Attar taking six tattle I talc completely cured I cannot Say too much for 1cruna ail a medicine for women In a rundown condition Delia Ntroobo Mrs E At He raid 128 W 28th St Indianapolis Ind member of A D Strelght Circle of the Ladles of the O4 Rt writes I am today enjoy lug perfect health thanks to 1cruna For nearly four years I Suffered with ovarian troubles The doctor Insisted on an operation a the onl clianco to get well but always dreaded an operation and strongly objected My husband felt disheartened as well ax I and when a friendly druslxt ad vised him to bring mo n bottle of IVruna ho did no and I started to use It In a short time III health began to increase and m aches and pains dimlnUhed Within eighteen was like another being in splendid health youlsosvMvrald Address Dr Hnrtman President of The Hartmun Sanitarium Columbus O1ouIeorrespoudence held strictly con GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems Seven of the best coalmines inSul livan county Indiana have been pur chased by a New York syndicate believed to be backed by Vanderbilt in terests The price is reported to be 2500000 A reward of 1000 has been offered for the arrest of Henry GjGoll former assistant cashier of the First National Bank of Milwaukee who was implicated in the confession of Bigelow the defaulting prgsidcnti eI S henryW Millerindicted Janua ry ill by the Federal grand jury for can + piray to defrauJ the GQvern mcnt out ofa portion of its public Iaivisha3 pleaded guilty to the of feniO in the United States District Cot rtrtit Portland Ore The Presidentaml his party attend ed eryicesiast Sunday at what is kn wn aathc Old Blue Schoolhouse on WestjDiyide creek some miles front hunting camp They rode over on horseback and in hunt ing costume SI Charles Parpee a French machin ist vvM attempted to kidnap a one year014 childat Columbus 0was roUghlyjhandled by a mob which pursued him and recovered thechild The motive for the attempted kid naping is a mystery 4 5 I The production of oil in thjp Ken field for the first same of 1904 It is not equal however the for the last four of 1904 fact attributed the of crude SIPS 1 Board of has to arrive at the of National for Peruna the Only Internal Systemic Catarrh Remedy Yet Prominent Cases In Illus trationMrs Hoffman 601 North 6th street Kansas City Kans writes For eight months suffered with bearing down palri8dlzzlne88 and wretched headaches The called it by different names but all agreed that JC reallytho i They prescribed for me and I took kept getting worse until a friend told mo 1 would never gut well until 1 took 1cruna Within a week after I started to taken I felt much bettor and 1 con tinued taking it SOT two months with almost marvelous results- I am without an Mho or pain feel ten lilTIIfoHoffman tIrs M Brlckner 11th street Milwaukee WIs writes 1 have strong faith in tho of to cure the ills peculiar to women A short time ago i my condition very serious I had headaches pains in tho back and frequent dizzy spoils which grew worso every month- I tried two remedies before Peruna and was discouraged when took the first dose but my courage soon beingbonefll1my heaUl was restoredM Drlckner depositedInbus Ohio as a guarantee that tno above testimonials are that wo hold in our possession authentic letters cer tifying to same During many advertising wo have never IIpurloustosllmonlal I Every one of our testimonials genulno and in tho words of the one whose name is appended i A New Stock cf- I U t Furniture and Buggies b 4 bi 4Ihave just opened a now Furniture Store and will Ii I C cama full lino of every thing needed to furnish i l any homo In addition to Furniture proper will in I 49 a few days add a dice lino of Carpets Rugs Mats i I J Shades Poles etc Also make a specialty jjI 1 of the vehicle business carrying in stock a nice as i 4ft sorttnent of Buggies Surreys Traps Driving Wagons jj 4 i and Harness manufactured and guaranteed t 41 most reliable firms in the country Have nothingij but now goods of the latest designs Visit my store Ic and be convinced that the goods and will i titi0 43A C TAYLORt011 t 4 Hartford Ky t U ic 5 tuckyTennessea approxiImately period to production months a to decreased price oil IThe State Valuation and Assessment decided value bank shares Devised 99 1eruna pretty are lrindow taxation by taking the total capital stock surplus fund and undivided profits deducting therefrom the value of real estate held by the banks This does not provide for deduction of the value of Government bonds held by such banks as contended for by the banlcsnn tho matter probably will be taken to the courts for ad judicationDneMinut0CoughCuro for Coughs Colds and Croup ed a s rI ROBBERY OF THE TOOT April Fool Lie Aloft Lootirg of the U S Treasury The Whole World Startled at the Mavelous Poke Story VniblDKtun n C lll pntrhJ Allover Austria and Germany a storyjhas circulated that the United States Treasury has been lootedof every dollar by burglars in the employ of American millionaire that 268000000 is gone and that the Northsquadron is chasing the crack I men who escaped on five ocean steamersThis of news was first print ed in the Berlin Tageblatt one of the principal German papers on April 1 and despite the date of its appearance within two days it was publishedall over both countries and taken seriously So much interest has it inspired that one of the Diplo matic Crops has received from an excited fellow countryman a copy of the Pesther Lloydof Budapest one of the most responsible and influen tial of the papers which printed the story with a requst that any further news about it may be communi rated The story appeared in the Pesther Lloyd on April 3 It isentitled The Roby of Milards from the United States Treasury and reads as fol slows The New York correspondent of the Berlin Tageblatt reports a crime- Which has no parallel in the annals of the world one almost incredible and with consequences which cannot 4e estimated He says A most abominable crime was perpetrated the night before last in Washington A gang of criminals working with many millions of cap ital has successfully carried through what was always considerel impos able namely to burglarize the Jnited States Treasury and to take rom it 265000000 in gold and ilver 1 Up to the present time the fact Ins been kept secret from the press ud I myself became acquainted with i only through a curious accident uring my recent presence in the lational Capital The whole thingI i to be kept secret as long as Ios Able at least until the Government its succeeded in finding traces cf the ciminals who have tied across the cean on their own ships as far as may be at all possible to find such aces For then there may be Jme chances of getting the treasure rick entirely or in par- tiThe millions of the United ates Treasury was protected trough a very complicated inven fn called the Homles Electric Pro fcctor in such a manner that burgi ry was considered impossible for ffbugh the protector alarm signals Je fixed on each of the thirteen fiiin Treasury vaults consisting of aI stem of electric automatically i Vrked indicators and the very mo i Knt such an alarm signalsoundsno river than 1500 specials guards of j Secret Service policemen and Sdiers of the garrison are called 3iultaneously in the Treasury LIThe fact that this apparatus did at work although in this month sev il examinations were made leaves lldoubt that the criminals hadacs enplices among the high test official- ssthe Treasury for only thus can- e explained that the electric curI Bit lost itself in the ground instead liprfving the alarm It is less re grkable that the sixtyeight night tchmen did not hear anything or B not want to hear anything forl sije fine officials knew only oneI sb to draw their salaries on t of the monthiHowever it may also be the fact Tt their attention was not called anything remarkable for the ma semi used by the criminals were fltectly noiseless Now after the a Bury vaults have been robbedof r entire contents they are shown Mng the usual hours to the pub gvithout any visitor suspecting iithing amiss vThe abominable deedwas car 1 out in the following diabolically toed manner It has been prepared for years IV criminals who as it is bui hd acted at the instance of hiin American millionaires and fmillions and millons at their di t 4 4 hadan Itrictechnical fact tl le ry in the yard of the Potomac oppo site Fifteenth street on which the Treasury is situated This factory which showed the firm name of Smith Jones Co seemingly was tithing but a plant of electrical apparatus and machines In truth it was the main purpose of the whole building which today is entirely abandoned to hide the subterranean tunnel which was to be dug from there to the scene of the burglary From this factory a tunnel was dug almost an English mile long 30 feet below the river bed and ending directly under the Treasury in a large caission From here 13 shafts were dug upward each ending directly under one of the 13 Treasury vaults Thus it was possible to cut out the foundations simultaneously in all the chambers and to move their con tents within a short time into the tunnelwhere the gold and silver were transferred to electric cars and in this manner carried to the factory From here transportation was effect ed by means of a fleet of at least 20 submarine boats to the large ships waiting in the the open sea The submarine boats were probably built in Europe for this specific purpose Evidently they were fitted up in the same manner as the ships which are used for the purpose of lifting lost treasure from the bottom of the sea Certainly there were contrivance by means of which the cargoes of the electric cars were transmitted very quickly by means j compressed air to the submarine boats where upon these ships with their cargo immediately proceeded I with full speed I It has been positively ascertained that these ships went through Chesapeake Bay to the ocean where no fewer than three and probably five large steamers were lying under j steam These vessel took on board the precious freight as well as thel transport boats with all their crews I The whole North Atlantic I Squadron has been ordered to search for the burglars on every rout which the criminals could have taken All the cruisers in the Caribbean SeaI will join in the chase In addition to this the fastest ships stationed in the have been sent southI insrtucjitions markable story say that without I doubt it was written in this country arid not in Berlin I i A Scientific Discovery Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organ to transform all food into rich red blood Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m In Dogland Boohoo Sammy Spanielran out his tonge at me Never mind dear Perhaps he was only trying to show off his new pants OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes and Unit merits may ter out thi waste or Impurities In the blood If they sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from excess cf uric acid In the blood due to neHee kidney troublerI or thoughtheykidneypconedIt used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbut beginningmistakeLyKtlmersSwampRooteon realized It stands the highest for Its encerful ojres of the most distressing cases Is sol flftYjcentos a yourblood are ri peensfreecut If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer fc Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Binghamtont1 T MIRACULOUS ESCAPE Of Aeronaut Who Fell Twenty Feet Below the Earths Surface U HfiirMlniilor8t Iniil UfpnlchJ The festivities at the annurl meeting of the W L A Society of L Sueur County held on the farm of Betram Ludwig yesterday were sad ly marred by a distressing accident at the balloon ascension late in the afternoon which was to be the crowning feature of the occasion Through one delay or another the balloon was not ready to go up till very dark but the compensation was contingent rm his going up soup he went quite a while after sun set There was but little wind and the ascent was nearly perpendicular but when the huge hotair cylinder was high in the atmosphere a slight breeze started it off to the southwest and at the same time a spark that had been smoldering t in the frayed canvas near the lower ring broken into a slight flame and a cry of hor ror went up from all beholders The aeronaut saw the flame also and was seen to be frantically shaking at the rope that should have loosened the parachnte but the rope was fouled and the parachute remained fast Ihstantly the aeronaut went up handover hand on the ropes and canvas of the parachute to the lower part of the balloon in an attempt to reach and extinguish the fire but even as he climbed the flames gathered greater volume and just as he reach ed the bottom of the balloon the portion sustaining the parachute burned away and he fell tangled in the parachute and followed bya trail of fire like an inverted sky rocket through the darkening evening air the great balloon failing slowly after him as the mounting flames consumed- it Hundreds of men and boys ran to the place where the aeronaut appeared to fall some quarter of a mile unfortunateItill nearly midnight that a lone and persistent searcher I heard him i scratching and swearing as he climb deI accuracy not even grazing the side and buoyed up with the softness of a good air cushion as the tangled bundled of the parachute plugged the small straight shaft of the well and let Mm down slowly to the bottom as es weight pushed the canvas cork gradually downItestijlmonalsfollowing notice recently appeared I in the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a well known engineer running I on the RUssouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared- in a big one with a picture land when he was in this office today we asked him about it He says he had terrific pains in his stomach and thought he had cancer His drug gist recommended Kodol and he it cured him He recommended it to others who iIe also cured Kodols Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach trou bles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Egg in a Bottle If an Egg be kept in strong vine gar for a short while the shell will become more or less plastic and the egg can then be rolled out sausage like until it is of small enough diameter to go with ease in at tlje mouthof a beer bottle If cold vaster be then poured in the bottle the shell the life of which has been softened by the vinegar will harden and to its original shape Hot Weathur Plies Persons afllicted with Piles should 10 careful at this season of the year Hot weather and bad drinking water Contribute to the conditons which make Piles more painful and dangerous fieWitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out soreness and cures Get the genuine bearing the name of E C DeWitt Co Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Dont Sleep on the Back It is not generally known but to sleep on the back makes one very liable to take cold as the chest and hroat are exposed odol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat i rV J J FIRST BOTTLE FREE In order to provo absolutely that Dr Carlstedts German Liver 1owdtr will cure you of nil nuiluillos jler talnlng to the Liver and Kidneys such as Constipation Dyspepsia Indi gestlon Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Sick Headaches Dinrrlura and Dysentery of a bilious type Rheumatism and Impure Blood wo will ou a LoeNo sick ono can neglect such an offer veryfactDr Carlstedts German Liver Powder does what is claimed for it The manufac turers surely would not give it away il there was any doubt as to the results You want those resutsyou want to be well Wont you et us show you the wayWo have been appointed special Dis tributing Agents for the free distribu tlon of the Me bottle of Dr CarlstedtV German Liver Powder Call at once or will be too late as the offer Is so liberal it cannot last in definitelyDr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Has relieved and cured many thous ands of hopeless cases and we want you to try It If you live at a distance and cannot send or call In person send 7c for postage to the American Phar macal Co Kvunsvlllo Ind who will take pleasure in sending it by mall Do not send children Yours respectfullyJ K Call For Convention- At a call meeting of the Republi can committee of th a Cromwell Mag isterial district held in Rosine Ohio county Ky on Saturday April the 8th 1905 the following resolution was adopted Resolved That a delegate conven vention be held in the town of Rosine Ky on Monday May the 8th 1105Iat 1 oclock p m1 for the purJlo nominating candidates for Magis trate and constable to be voted for at the November election 1905 and that precinct conventions beheld in each of the voting precincts in said district on Saturday May 0th 1905 at 180 oclock p in I for the purpose of electing delegates i to attend said district convention on May 8th and that each precinct be allowed till following delegated vote Cromwell 5 Select 5 Horse j Branch 7 Rosine 8 Prentis 2 and the candidates receiving a majority i of the delegate votes cast in said district convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republican party for saidoffice 11 THOMAS ALLEN Chmn 39t4 J D TAYLOK Secy c4L IS XofXI BovtlI U I inspiring A I 1IX11111I1YIIXIII11111111111 i 4 The Wonderful Stallion Will make the season of lt15 at E n Oldhams stable near Beaver Dam Ky at 15 to insure living colt Care will be taken to prevent acci dents but will not be responsible should any occur Season is due when colt is foaled or mare parted with A lion will be retained on colt until season fee is paid This magnificent horse is pronounced by till hint judge of hone flesh to be the best combined saddle and harness stallion in Kentucky He needs no reputation as show horse to those who hove seen him show IKj has been shown at the best fairs in tIll State each year rince ho wits hfc years old and has won more blue ties than any horse of life claw GoeboY is model horse and he proves to be an excellent breeder DcMcrlptfori ond PcdlJJrcc GOEBEL is coalblack stallion three white feel star in forehead Iff hand high will be years bid the lat of May IMCi He has flue iiHiItitail style and action and is pretty as picture GotM was siren by Happy Belljieby Ilappy Cross 52 in II1M Awocintion Happy Crow ie 1y Girrards Chief 22S3 first dart holtl Star Denmark Happy Bolltl firth dam by imported Scython thoroughbred GoubelV first dnm by Holla Gold Dust he by Arabian Gold Dji thi by Durseys Gold Diwt IftO Second dam is Mollie W by Fancy Gold Dotlt he by old Gold Dust 150 Second dam by Dr IL Thomas old Cotton Picker GneltulVi first dRift Imlf sister to Nellie W desire to thank the citizens for their support hut your and would kindly auk all whose dosiro is to raise fine colts to mil amid Ke my stock boforu breeding elsewhere PIlEMIUMI will give the season for the lust colt of hie got this your and 10 for the 2nd best Colts to be shown at Bimver Dnm on Saturday before the Ohio County Fair IDOO F W CRBAGER Cecil In Ky for The u Grand Prlzo St Louis 1904 nolumbianraphophones BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE I Cylinder Machines 75O to 100 Disc Machines 12 to 65Q ofMy vocal and Instrumental solos quartette ate It Is an ondloss source of amusement QCleur OriginalLoud nrivulcd Musical Brilliant ttractlvo f 25C i i i GOEBEL a a a a 6 a S J n I Subscribe Hartford Republican 1411 XNI N41XXII111NIYINI IIIYMIY111X1111 IX11111X11IXM11111X1Y11111 COLUMBIA Gold Moulded Cylinder RecordsMINIMYII1111IL111111111111111111111tHIIIYII1111111411INIII X1111111111ILIIININII I 1f RIchE C tptlvutlng- CJ ut curing Ro onunt O clllhtful S upcrlor IIS1111IXINIg1YXX11111r25C1 iIXI NINqN I 11141Y1 ICIj COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS cro Q10Inchdrand Opera Record mudo In ICMncli only 2 each rcordawediscsIrecord oyllndor end dlaca Columbia Phonograph Company H7II9 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 Grand Prize Sea Louis 1904 r r- i tlI- P T I r 1 INDIAN CHILDREN Devoured By Fercclous Wolves in the Wilds of Northern Canada jneliw Cininilii Cor Nrw York MUll J Wolves have been exceedingly ferocious during the last winter i many ports of Northern Cunada ac Curding to the reports which arc be ing brought in to the headquarters of the Hudson Bay Company On of the most serious of these reports has reference to the destruction wrought by wolves among the sur viving band of the wood buffalo and has been sent by mail from Ft Resolutiqn which is a Hudson Ba Company post on the southern shore of the Great Slave Lake in the vast unexplored district of Mackenzie The winter there was marked by a constantly low temperature of some ao degrees below zero for months at a time which made the wolves alarmingly bold so that it became necessary for the Indians to consoli date their camps for purposes of protection The magnificent herd of wood buf falo which arc still at large in this wild country were attacked by the I wolves in the absence of other food with unprecedented ferocity tau hundreds of them are said to have been slaughtered At Ft Smith it wits noticed that even old bulls whichwere fully grown had been attacked and devoured The trappers and others in the northare now memoralizing the Dominion Government to organize some effectual campaign against the wolves In view of their rapid increase and ferocity of late it sill otherwise be simply impossible to protect the buffalo against them I they nay- From the Peace River country comes the tale of two Indian chilI urea having been devoured byI wolves The mother had died leaving the two little ones to the care of the father a hunter who nmning short of food had left them in a small hut whie he went out hunt ingReturning at night he found their bones outside the hut It is not known whether the beasts whose scent of very young children is known to be exceedingly keen hadj torn open the hut Ito get at theirj prey or whether the children had found their own way out only to fall n prey to the wolves The story as first told was to the effect that the I father had purposely left the little ones where they would become theI prey of wolves so as to be rid the trouble of caring for them but there is no evidence to warrant hisI indictmentJohn n hunter of Cape Breton had an exciting experience only a few days ago with a pack of wolves which followed and attacked him as he was returning from a hunt near Cape North It was growing dark at the time and this no doubt gave additional courage to theC brutesThe faster the hunter ran the faster the pursuing animals ap proached him When the foremost one was close upon him Macdonald tinned sharply around and fired so well directed a shot at it that it fell dead in its tracks Another was so close behind that the hunter found it necessary to fire the remaining barrel of his gun which brought down the second wolf though with out killing it The foremost of the others fell upon the wounded animal which was howling in rage and agony and tho hunter had just time to loadone barrel of his gun before another beast was ready to spring upon him He had scarcely fired his third charge and had no opportunity to reload when two other wolves sprang at him Just as he was striking right and left with his gun at the savage beasts and fearing that his last hour had come assistance arrived in the shape of a neighbor who had heard his cries for help and who happened to be taking a short cut through the woods for a neighboring parish True to their cowardly nature the moment they saw that assistance had come to their interred prey the brutes slunk away in the darkness JackRabbits Trains ceagainsttRavies managing editor of the Z CrookstonTimes while riding on a e tft rj 1- J WorldnTic American farmer is the greatest man Inkr vorltl to because he is matter of Hit oil lie Is gaining in intelligence quite a inpldlv nil are in pltalfllIgebrain and brawn invested in agricultural liidiiMiicii Pot Instance the farmers of Minnesota and Dakota have received fJOOo 000000 for their product in a tingle year bringforthpaM lie know If certain reeds are planted mud properly cared for that Nature will take care of the rent In the same dalbyyparttoof the poisons that are apt lu accumulate andtour IR ward oil the- attackolhegermsodiseabe Dr Pierce redbloodbyblood corpuscle There Is no alcohol in this grout tonic to shrivel up the red blood corpuscle As an alterative extract made only of herbs nnd root it goes about its work in natures way It Mimulate the liver into proper action and feeds the aortt ont nerves stomach and heart or pure blood tiled for over a third of a century it has fold more than any medicine In the United State More bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery arc MIld today than ever before that is n true test of Its medicinal value alter thirt fight years of deserved popularity Dr Pierce Medical Adviser sent on onlySend1covers or 31 stamps or clothbound vol ume Address Dr RV Pierce BuflaloNY train last summer Davies saw a large jack rabbit running even with the train and the idea of training jacks for racing purposes first presented itself Since then he has beenI gathering likely and large speciments and has been devoting much of his time to training them lie now has two jack rabbits train ed so they obey his commands fairly well and every nice day when he has time he takes them out and races j them against Incoming trains AnI assistant stationed at the end of the course bags the rabbits The speed of these animals is remarkable SoI far it has been impossible to accurately time them but it is clamed that they can negotiate n mile n minute As the train approaches the ani mals become restless and nervousand prance about much like running horses at the start of U race Up to the present time the rabbits have only been trained to run when train is approachingbut Mr Davies anticipates racing the rabbits against horses bicycles and motor cars HeI has the fastest rabbits in Minnesota State ssLuensFrank J Cheney makes oath that is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the useof Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Gth day of De cember A D 1886 SealA W Gleason Notary PubhcI Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the bloodand mucous surface of the system Send for testimonals free F J Chdney d Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggistsi Take Halls Family Pills for con stiption Where They GetIt George Ade not long ago was speaking of the curious ideas some children have of the most ordinary things Ade said the story he about to tell actually occurred in Indiana his native State There was a little bdy who on seeing a pan of warm fresh milk inquired where the cows got their milkIWhere do you get your tears was the reply Gee exclaimed the youngster do you have to spank the cow lit Mans Unreasonableness Is often as great as womans But Thos S Austin Mgr of the Republican of Leavenwofth Indwas not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble In stead he says we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physicians had failed to relieve her After taking Electric Bitters she was perfectly curedapd can now perform all her household duties Guarantenl by Wayne Griffin R Bro druggists price50c m MANS SPINE Is Bound Together With Silver Wlreand lie Will Re I cover lhllnlitil Cur w York 1mm p Surgery has been triumphant in the case of Albert B Tripp the young medical student of Mt pleas ant Mich who was shot in the spine two years ago and who came here a fewjweeks ago in the hope of an operation saving him from par alysis Today Tripp started for his home with asilver wire binding too gether his spine andwith feeling al ready returned to his legs and the lower part of his body the physicians say in six months he will be himself again Tripp risked his life in the opera tion which was done by Drs Stew PennsylIvaniathere wits small chance of his surviving the operation but he said that he would risk his life rathe- than exist n hopeless paralytic Toth surprise of the surgeons he splendidly from the operation and to their great satisfaction and to the patients unbounded delight only 24 hours after he had come out of the ether a tickling sensation began to shoot through his legs In a few days the success of the operation had been demonstrated by the gradual returning of Tripps control of his bodyJust two years ago Tripp was accidentally shot while studying in the Ann Arbor University The bullet lodged in the spine and for months his life was despaired of His family was wealthy and everything possible was done for him But notI lone of the score of surgeons called all parts of the country would advise an operation saying that it inevitably would mean the young mans death It was the result ofI operation on Clara Nichols a waitress in this city that decided Tripp to come here for attention Miss Nichols was shot by her sweetheart in the back when dining ins Chestnut street restaurant The bullet was taken from her spine and she recovered almost completely from paralysis The case coming to Tripps knowledge he overrode the objections of Ills parents and attending physicians and came here He rode from Mt Pleasant in a private car stretched j on a cot that had been provided especially with sensitive springs for the journey It was feared the slightest jolt might mean his death but Tripp stood the journey well actually sleeping most of the way The operation was performed 10 removediandthe spine which was mended with I silver thread Almost immediately Tripp began to feel better and he I has been improving steadily since When he was told by the doctors that six months would pass before he might hope to be entirely recov ered he resolved to return to Mt Pleasant without furthur delay The physicians wanted to keep him under their personal observation but he exercised his will just as he had when his relatives argued against his Cet SCOTTS Emulsion I When you go to a drug store and ask for Scotts Emulsion you know what you want the man knows you ought to have Dont bo surprised though If you are offered something else Wines cordials extracts etc of cod liver old are plenti ful but dont Imagine you ate getting cod liver oil when you take them Every year for thirty years weve been Increasing the sales of Scotts Emulsion Why Because jt has always been better then any substitute for ItII Send for free ample SCOTT tVBOWNE Chemists 409413 fearl Street JVe i York 6Oo and 100 All drufgiata 5 coming to undergo the operation I He started homeward rejoicing in the belief that he would return to Philadelphia within the year erect and strong as other Inen to tell of oftillBilious Bill was getting bloated And his tongue was muchly coated Patent Tonics wouldnt cure him Companies would not insure him All his friends were badly frightened lightenedlForEarly Riser pills relieved him Sold by Z Wayne Grflin Bro m To Be a Politician An old German farmer near La Rose had a fine son of whom he was justly proud He decided to find out the trend pf the boys mind and adopt ed a novel method by which to test him Slipping into his sons room one morning he placed on the table a glass of whiskey a silver dollar and a Bible Now said he ven dot Lollarta man takes dot Bible hell be a preacher but if he takes dat whiskey hes no drunkarddcame boy whistling and walked right up to the thble He picked up the Bible and put it under his arm he put the dollar in his pocketand picked up the glass of whiskey and drained it to the bottom and went smacking his lips The old German poked his headout from behind the door and exclaimed Mein Gott he vas gaing to be a politician Son Lost Mother Consumption runs in our family and through it I lost my mother writes E n Reid of Harmony Me For the past five years however- on the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which has saved me from serious lung trouble His mothers death was a sad loss for Mr Reid but he learn ed that lung trouble must not be neglected and how to cure it l Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price oOc and 100 guar I anteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Trial bottle freer m t Shocking Stockings- I sav a pair of those new skin colored stockingS for women theoth l er day said a keen observer yesterday or to be more accurate I saw a part of a pair I understand an attempt has been made to introduce them in Paris but on this seems there is adoubtas to whether- i they can be made to go and I dont wonder Those I saw were being warn at the time and it is only because I am not arfected with heart disease that I am here to tell the tale startngIl fleshcolored affairs seen sonletimes j on the stage and look exactly like the real article I believe they come in several different shades so that exact matches may be had The effect is not pleasing somehow They i make you think of the barelegged I menyu see at the seashore during the baling hour However I sup pose sve car get used to anything- As a proof that he takes care of tho baby a man will point to the candy spots on his clothes I Our education was so limited that we are unable to tell the difference I between ruffianism and college spirit It is not very complimentary to lecturers but it is a fact that peqple prefer a good square meal to an in tellectual feast When a goodlooking man marries a homely woman there is always more wonder why than when a pret I ty woman marries an ugly man r +II Thank the Lord Cried Hanna Plant of Little Rock Ark for the relief I got from Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured my fearful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which had suffered for 5 years It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed atIZ Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore 25cmo Hammer Bruise- If in hammering on a nail you by mistake hit finger or thumb hold the injured member in water as hot yoUcan bear for a few minutes This draws out the infIamation and relieves thepain ina wonderful wdy e7As TOUT AYM Haw MmrsltoM Bearsthet I AScgdablcPreparalionrorAs slmilaling ihcFoodandRediila ling the S tomarhs andBowcis of Promotes DigealionCheerfur I ness llnd RestContalns neither l1oi 11 pWormsConvulsionsfeverish ncss nod Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature orJJNEW LEXACT COPY OF WRAPPER J At not ion lD i For and ears t J of w TIll cumuli OKMKT new TOM The Seller of the Age n Why Because It cures completely and at once It reline the pangi ot a 1Ilng deatk All raM ot Pileecanbcured by 1 ur cal operation but you would rather have Pile cared without the knife POSITIVE PILE CUItE will do It Made only by tin t Leltchfleld IharnmcalCo Inc For lalth1 1 J H Hartford Ky SSSCS TO BE OF BE Abusiness education can be every and is therefore the best education obtainable Hundreds of in owe their success to a in a We teach and Arithmetic Spelling Commercial Law Business practice Large Patronage Cheap Tuition for catalogue Address 4 EVANSVILLE IND OR KY STEVENS RlftaIIIIotp FreeIsUana latrduW er paw Crack Ahot wit J STEVENS ARMS TOOL CO 10CHICOrEE FALU JUS 18 X is THE 1EUULIOANj I yO111 Job in first I t CASTORIA Infants Children Kind You Have IgB Signature In Use1- i Thirty Year- srCASTORIA lief Harris Positive Pile Cure Biggest lUItUIS WILLIAMS VALUE MUST USEFUL used day graduates permanent positions course LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE thoroughly practically Bookkeeping Penmanship DusiaeacXCorrespondence Typewriting 9oardaWrite LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE HOPKINSVILLE totmNkrooobonoGlbptn emmunlogtlqYes sLEADERS rCaa Printing cluss manner IThe For Over t Work as good as the best and priced as cheap as the cheapest Glare us your order and be convinced Silver Plate thai Wears YOUR SPOONS Fork etc be peifltloi in dur Wa beauty ordeitn sad bnniaacy of finlh n they an tcleMrd from pattern umjKii lJt347 t ROGERSBROS J Take no futxlltntc lbere- are other KogcributU all Imitation they r the merit mod valu Wen tilled wih the original genuine Sold by toeing N dealers every A wiue i l1li tit 1 + 40+++MF + lZL 4+ ++ +f+++ ic +t+ + + Iof+44 I FEMrYCURAMttujrnr- amllM 4 for Female ileeae lire on the market but the only out that bu proven to beu absolute and positive care for all lornis it Femnle Trouble ta S FEJIVjrjRA taluatetrial will Ollvluctl Ih mOlt skeptical or tialmost ml t raculuaacaratlre powers fad 0011 by tbeLKlTCIIFlinT IHAIlMACAlCO I llne1 For onle by t J H WILLIAM Hartford Ky M+ M3t + + if ++3 E4D++ Z + + ttt+ ++++++ +444f 4 at- Jrl s 5S 1 t Hartford Republican Issued by the llnrtttjrJ rulilUhiog Company IscoarnRAED I C E IruElorrEtono G- Cumbslatsd 3tonrh 21722FRIDAY MAY 5 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOIt I1EPJIKSENTAT1YK CHARLES C BEARD I FOR COUNTY JUIHU IW B TAYLOR KOUCODNTV COUIIT OIKIIK W S TINSLEY ron COUNTY ATTOUXKV K M WOODWARD fc FOR SHEIIIFF R B MARTIN FOR JAILElt OSCAR MIDKIFF I FOR SUrERIXTEXUEXT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE FOR ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH Toll SDUVETOn jqfllAN11LcMOXLEY ran CORONET JEROME ALLEN rim skAbisT ATt- T ate imthorlifd to iiahVunw dolts M HHUITZ M n candidate lor the oftce ot Mngts trate ot the Cromwell dlettlct Inbttt to the no tlonof the Republican potty We are authorised to announce MACK COOK tat n candidate for the office of Magistrate ol the Cromwell district subject to the action of lie publican partyiWe ore authorized to announce W 1 Mil JEH Horse Branch al a randldatu for the of lice of Magistrate of the Cromwell district lOb Ject to the action of the Republican party We are nnthorlied to announce JOHN M llltAHAM Narrows ae n candidate for the office of Magistrate of the Sulphur Springs dlntrlct subject to the action of the Republican party Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us GETTING what he goes after seems to be a specialty of Governor La Toilettes JOHANN HOCK the multomatn monial adventurer is being triedon a charge of wife murder seehaveDAVID B HILL kept his retirement promise exceedingly well He has not even said I am a Democrat this spring THE individual who has solved the problem of howto clothe a society woman on 65 a year is certainly a masculine angel in disguise INCREASED bridge facilities be tween St Louis and East St Louis are much in demand since saloons are closed in St Louis on Sunday TilE man who masquerades as a devout Christian and whose every action shows him to be a selfish hy pocrite is a malignant tumor on so ciety A WISCONSIN town called Roose velt has absorbed two others Grover and Cleveland Last years 2500 000 plurality was a pretty large hint in the consolidating line IT HAS long been conceded that Grover Cleveland is a game man but it had not been even dreamed that he would ever be reckless enough to tackle the Womans Club JUDGEPARKER is fora lec ture in Chicago next month It seems that it is about as hard a job to get the Judge to stop talking as it was to get him started some months ago FOUMEK Governors Yates of Illi nois and Black of New York have volunteered their services in the de fense of Caleb Powers whose fourth trial will be held at Georgetown sometime in July I REPQKTS have it that two Indiana cigarette fiends have committed sui CiuX since the new law abolished the showingJmore results than was at first anticipated r Al THE pbst Office Department some time ago decided that all guessing- contests are gambling End not en i ic titled to mail privileges but the department still permits the Weather- Bureau predictions to be sent by mail Now Miss MEA WOOD comes forth with a 35000 damage suit against prominent public men for an alleged manuscript of a book entitled The Love Letter of a Boss The ques tion naturally arises what did those men want with the manuscript IMMEDIATE steps toward muni cipal ownership of street railway will be taken in Chicago immediately after the new mayor has had an interview with the man from Glasgow which will be held immediately after the arrival of that gentleman CALEB POWERS has filed a petition in the Scott Circuit Court asking that the prosecution against him for alleged complicity in the murder of William Goebel be transferred to the United States Court on the grounds that the State Courts have denied to him that equal protection before the law that is guaranteed by the Federal constitution This sensa tional move on the part of the de fendant has thrown the prosecution into frantic hysteria and awaken renewed interest on the part of Powers friends p p HERBERT May2Mr andMrs John Haynes and sister Miss Joan and Jesse Sv v and wife spent Sunday atk f LVotild MisS LVild Floyd left Friday to visit relatives at Syijthia and Knottsville Bud Spurrier who has been ill is improvingPryce who has been in theU S army at FtSiJI 0 T for the past two yearsis visiting his parents near this place Mrs Annie Lyons returned home Friday from a visit with her daugh ter Mrs Ed Bruner Owensboro Mrs Caroline Stinnett died at the home of her daughter Mrs Frank May Thursday evening after an ill ness of about six hours She was buried a Panther Creek Wednesdey Funeral was preached by Rev W Dawson of Thauston John Jenkins and family of Pell ville visited at S G Midkiffs Sun day J B Chambers who has been ill is some better Mrs Jessie Rhodes died at her home in Owensboro Tuesday and was buried in the cemetery at this place Wednesday evening She had many relatives at this place She was the oldest daughter of Mr anti Mrs Andrew Miller Mrs Bernice Givens and Master Joe Bennett went to Pellville Satur dayIvy Floyd who is attending school at Trisler visited his parents Satur day and Sunday Henry Givens made a business trip to Lyonia Monday David Miller spent Sunday in Pell yule the guest of his uncle Parson MillerJohn Bruner and wife Walnut Grove visited at Homer Milligans SundayMrs William Ford is on the sick list LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK April 26Milton Miller and wife were the guests of relatives t at Ne ber Sunday Mr and Mrs Carl Floyd Saythia visited at this place Friday Mrs Ammie Huff went to Pellville MondayMiss Mary Belle Miller returned Ml Humors Are impure matters which the skin liver kidneys and other organs can not tako care ot without help there it such an accumulation of them They litter tho wholo system Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of indiges tion dull headaches and many other troubles are due to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tono and invigorate the wholo system I had salt rheum on my hands so that I could not work I took Roods Sarsaparllla and It drove out the humor I continued Its use till the sores disappeared MBS lu O BEOWN Rumford Falls Me Hoods Snrsaparllla promises to cure and keep the promise I iI k o 4qercIf pure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly kn- owSarsaparilh the medicine that brings good health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years A doctors medicine ArereHarpennII cure hernoureL sad I mtiimt thank Ton eunuch IIIoLIA MCWJCLL Newark XJI fIM n tattle j c AVER 10- I Alldnie Inw 11 IIfor Poor Health Laxative dosos of Ayors Pills each night groatly aid tho Sarsaparllla home frgm Fordsville Tuesday- J M Jenkins has moved his saw mill to McHenry Mrs Annie Lyons spent last week visiting relatives in Owensboro Miss Hattie Miller spent Tuesday at John Peardonsnear Silent Shade Henry Givens went to Roseville SaturdayCharlie Veils is teaching a glnelnff school at West Point Ed Miller has been on the sick list weekIbusy and news is scarce this week Notice I The tax payers of the City of Hert ford are hereby notified that on June the first 6 per cent penelty will be added to taxes unpaid on that day SAM T BARNETT RENDER May 2Miss Rosabel Cobb rtriv ed here last Wednesday to be the guest of her cousin Mrs Ophelia HarrisSeveral from here went to Central City last Wednesday to attend the dedication service of Henry Taylors monument which was unveiled that dayW HBarnes County Attorneyand S A Anderson and Miss Laura Morton of Hartford were here on busi ness last Wednesday John Barnes Taylor Mines was here last Wednesday Mess David Wadkins and W II Minor Central City were here last ThursdayMesdames L T Millard and G B Roll visited in Central City last ThursdayJno HobsontCentral City was here last Thursday Jno C Riley Hartford was here on legal business last Thursday Mrs Jane Gwyn and Miss Lucy James were in Beaver Dam last FridayMrs E SXReed returned from Herrin Ill last Friday after a visit of four weeks Miss Minnie Lee Tinsley returned from Hopkinsville last Friday after a visit of eight days- R J Englesby Sr was in Hart ford last Friday Mrs J LlNeighborvreturned to her home inHerrin Ill last Satur day after visitingiher parents Judge L Francisand family for the past four weeks Raymond Francis left for Herrin Ill last Saturday to visit friends and relatives Chester Keown deputy sheriff of Hartford was here on legal business last Saturday- B F Garrett was in Rockport last Saturday Miss Ada Snell was in Horton last SundayJames Raley oflHorton was here last Sunday 1 James Cates Central City was here last Sunday H WJones was in Central City last Sunday Rev J T Rushing Owensboro and Rev E D Boggess Beaver Dam started a series of meeting here last SundayG Barnes filled his appoinment here last Sunday evening Dr H B Innis and L E Herrel were in Hartford yesterday Moss Herrel Wysox was here yes terday S S Hoover Louisville was here todaySam Jones Henderson was here today Mrs James Edwards Powderly is visiting her daughter Mrs Judge L Francis I Miss Lillie Thomas is the guest of e e taJ H Jo= I Mr and Mrs DcDowell Fair Messrs L r Barnard and Purd I Casebier of Hartford were herr today Mrs George Edwards went to Horton today Mrs Richard Francis of Central City is the guest of Mrs Ed Jones D Stewart Miller of Owensboro was here today Equity Warehouse at Wliitesville The farmers of the Whitesville country including many of those in Ohio county adjacent thereto have decided upon the establishment of an Equity tobacco warehouse in Whitesville The W B Well factory will be used and John Neel an experienced tobacco man has been chosen to superinted the grading Very little of the crop in the Whitesville territory has been sold CERALVO May 2 Mrs P A Milner fell am broke her arm between the elbow and wrist Monday j Jake Everly has moved into his new residence on Cedar street Miss Hattie Milner Kirtley is with her mother Mrs P A Milner this week Mrs Taylor Rowu and Mrs Belle Milner Central Grove visited the family of D W Kimmel Sunday Thomas Smith Paradise was here Sunday JNOCMEEK May 3Mrs Eddie Carson and IitIioghas been sick for euvera1 days is better Mrs Klkfl Bomnett Livermore has betN visiting here for several days1ehdletOn Ward has pneumonia Mrs J N Sanderfur and John Holland returned from Taylor Mines Financial Statement Statement of the city of Hartford as shown by the treasurers books of said city The receipts and ex penditures from the first day of January 1904 to the first day of May 1905 and ordered to be pub lished by the City council- RECEIPTS Amount from former teas urer 278936 W M Hudson saloon 100000 Henry Nall saloon 100000 City Judges fines 1001 3275 City Judges fines 1905 850 Sale of old pump and poles 2000 Pedlers license 900 Franchise from Electric Light Co 1500 Taxes collected by ST Barnett city marshal 165219 J S Vaught city scales 2057 Last years interest on monthly balances 8810 Total receipts 663547 EXPENDITURES- J I B Wilsonsalary adjudge 15000 Same for surveyors work on streets 1242- 5ST Barnettcitymarshalssalary 60000 Same serving suprvisors no tices 3750 C E Smithcity attorneys salary 8000 New pumps repairs c 1995 J S R Wedding late city attorney 1000 Judgment vs city in favor of Miss Hendrix 3500 Cost of same 2335 M B Foster lamp lighting 4650 Paid for advertising 3565 Work on the streets lumber c 24226 A D White supplies 3465 W S Tinsley supplies 1877 T H Black jailars fees 2330 Capt Keown Acct of as ressment 16200 Copying ordinance 150 Carson Co supplies 150 Record book for secretary 850 Special police 1600 Laura Morton copying 990 S A Anderson expenses to Princeton I 845 R Holbrook part expen ses to Louisville 503 of tax book 8000 Clerk to supervisors 1000 Eigerman Co grading and for pikeing road 462598 Dr Stanley visiting pris oners 400 Jim Sanderfur census enu merator M t 750 j Balance of cash on hand 26388 J Total v x663547j Attest SfK Cox Treas IfP tiG JJL r+ J 1 T Good Health t to tIle Children Children especially are fond of dainties and the housekeeper must look carefully to their food As good cake can be made only with goodeggs so also a cake that is health ful as well as dainty must be raised with a pure and perfect baking powder N Royal Baking Powder is indispensable in the preparation of the highest quality 4 of food It imparts that peculiar light ness sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest cake biscuit doughnuts crusts etc andwhat is more important renders the youngand I 4 ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Monday where they had been to seethe formers sister Mrs Mammie Ward who is sick Shortly after the midnight hour of April 25 the massager of death bore the spirit of Mrs Sarilda Stevens into the arms of him who has prom ised to wipe all tears amay in that world where there shall be no more death neither sorrow woe nor pain She was 66 years old the day before her death and hadlong been a con sistent member of the M E church She leaves two sons one laughter and one sister with a host of rela tives and friends to mourn her e parture She often expressed th sire to he with Jesus anti entreatwl 4 others to join her in the bright be yond She is in heaven praising her blessed savior mingling with loved ones and waiting for loved ones ti come We bless Gods name for her precious memory Bargains Bargains Bargains r IN Twelve Thousand Dollars Worth of Merchandise I jTho opportunity of a lifotiino is now open to tho people of Ohio county to supply thonisolvlvs with now seasonable stylish up till minute Merchan dise at ono half their value This is no idle talk no unwaryHavingof the largest heat seleetel I and most uptodate stocks of merchandise over in the county at a price that would make your hair stand on end and desiring to get ourselves fully be 1 fore the people not only of Jitaver Dam vicinity but of Ohio county wo have determined to o theni the benefit of our bargainstAnti again wo would impress you that this is no run down closing out sale no bankrupt solo but ono of the cleanest newest freshest stocks of merchan I springtliltlotho people puny of thoso goods have not yet k 1YGoodsClothing The Dress Goods Department Is hued with the latest novelties anti newest fabrics GoutsFurnishinging with nil tho latest newest things of tho season The Shoe Department Is a fort within itself livery thing from the most substantial styles to the novelties for ladies gents and children is hero The Millinery Department Presided over by Miss Sallie Kirby one of tho popular amistylish milliners in tho State conuiliSI tall that taste and fashion can demand Every thing you need is hero whether you bo tho mostfashiunabloknow the value of a dollar Do thoImoney you spend If you do you winnot lot opportunity of a lifetime pass you but you will hitch up your buggy or wagon take in your family anti cominghero ft ROGERS 66 CQBeaver Dam Ky I ret 2vti 4t tinr iaY l1114 1 f 49Z It I 4- 2 herebt ToG41 b1 41 Your Spring Merchandise should bo no puxxHng jj 4 fttt4f4 stock and close cash prices wo know that wo aro in t41a position to save you money We extend to you a bF 4f cor I U 1 invitation to visit us compare our prices and blo tWS chase 94l b 41 Our Spring Millinerybi Is tho talk of tho town Novel bolero have wo shown bj Jj such an array of stIi h Hats Three milliners con t1 Cj stantly busy speaklir us moro than we can speak bt t4ftfito us Courteous treatment and prompt service is jj i our motto bt 41 fc a 4 rIo 49 Our WasH Goods fLook tho lines in town over thou come to us you ttt d cq will find that wo aro headquarters for all thats now G 49in Wool Fabrics Stock too varied to go into de J 4 tails Come visit us or send for samples Complete u n line of Lace Yoking etc to match Prices running J- Jcr from oc to 2uc 9949 9- r 5 Ladies and Misses Slippers 9 I 4 49Its n delight to shut these goods Wo have all r 41 new lasts the season allords Surely no lady can 9- rl J examine our lino without bomb favorably impressed I 49 with their styles Same stock styles etc in chil 9r j Irons Call early and see thom i 4 i 49 c 4 Wo certainly appreciate nIl past favors and are l r 51 striving by keeping well selected stock our CASH j41 SELLING and CASH BUYING motto to make our 9I J 41 house your permanent trading place We want your b41 Eggs Feathers and Wool highest prices paid ioAr It ff i3 AT j The Bargain Center J 4 fI41 4 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 5 Illinois Control haliroadTlmoI IINrh1JMplil iioiiiui u11 37111 m Month Honnil 011 Oiloll11 it m Nn 101 due 2Mp lu No 131 UUf IM u a The American Lady Corset atFairs The acme of style in Fairs Ladies Slippers C P Maddox Rockport called to see us Monday McCall Patters at Fairs lOc and 15c none higher 1JWhen you buy Millinery at Fairs r the latest Mr P L Wood Ceralvo was a pleasant caller Monday All kinds of sewing machine Sup j piles at City Restaurant J T Davis Cromwell was a very i pleasant caller Monday r Forty yards Bleach Remnant Calico j for 75c at Carson Cos J B Renfrow Narrows called to see us while in town Monday Hot Fish Corn Bread and Coffee 4ntCity Restaurant So good Bring your Wool to Fairs Their prices on spring goods are right I Most ladiesoome lo Fairs for Millinery You come with them I I Miss Stella Woerner has accepted positionn in the office of Circuit Clerk E G Barrass 4 Fairs Mens and Boys Clothing I should interest you Stylesthe latest prices the lowest 1 j rAh I h 111 = See Fairs new Belts and Neck wearSee our new OxfordsCARSON Co Mrs 11 L Heavrin is the guest of relatives in Owensboro For Spring Clothing come to Carson Co You can get a bargain in a Shirt at Long Cos My myI what nice Vegetable Soup at City Restaurant Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky 42t12 See the tine line qf Cakes and Crack ers at City Restaurant Try those Sweet and Sour Pickles at City Restaurant So nice Mr Clarence Smith Fordsville was a very pleasant caller Monday Mr C B Everly Ceralvb called at TilE REPUBLICAN office Monday Bringyour Wool to Fairs Top prices paid in merchandise or cash We have the most uptodatestock of merchandise in Ohio county CARSON Co I Dont forget those nice Steak and Fish Meals at City Restaurant next Monday IMrs S 0 Smith can get you up a swell Hat now She its always ready to show you through the stock LoNGCo CANCER CUREnNo cure no pay Call on or address DR GF CHAPMAN OR EASLEY 42t4 Centertown Ky Petty wholiasbeen at Boon IArbln for the past several the interest of a fraternal insurance company returned Tuesday 1 c My My that good Fish at City Restaurant Attorney D B Rhoades Beaver Dam called to see us Monday We will pay you 26c per Ib in cros for your Wool CARSON Co Lookat our line of mens lowcuts and Patent Leathers at from 225 up LONG Co Buy your Readymade Skirts at Fairs Some good Values at 2 and 3 Let Fairs show you their Mohairs for Shirta All the new shades 50c to 1- Dr G F Chapman Centertown was a very pleasant caller Wednes day Mr I Kinder Livermore called to see us while in town last Satur day Dont I visit Clothing department Bargain guaranteedLONG Co Hon C M Crowe was In Louisville on legal business the first of the week Dont forget that you can get a mans suit of Clothes from 275 up at Long Co Miss Bessie Navitt Owensboro is the guest of Judge and Mrs R R Wedding Everything good to eat at City Restaurant Most upto date place in Hartford We have some good bargains In Shirt Waist patternsCARSON Co We want all of the Wool in Ohio county and will pay cash for same CARSON Co Why dont you price our Lace Cur tains You will be surprised how cheap they are LONG Co Take advantage of Fairs 5c and lOc Basement You will be suprised at their big values Drand Mrs A B Riley Cromwell were the guests of relatives here Monday and Tuesday Mrs Steve Leach Beda was the guest of Mrs W T Woodward and family the first of the week Mrs James Felix and children returned Monday from a few days visit to relatives in Owensboro Mrs C W Sturgeon Evansville Indiana is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J M Mclntire Those Steak Meals the City R33 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 eatt Why not bring your Chickensand Eggs to Carson Company They always pay the highest market rice We will be pleased toshow you our line of shoes Just ask to see them and we will do the rest LONG Co Leave your laundry atCleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf The daily reports indicate that the recent season brought immense quantities of tobacco to the Owens boro market MrsW T Woodward who has been the guest of her husdand and son at San Angelo Texas returned last Saturday We have placed a lot of Ginghams Percals White Goods and Cheviots on our bargain counter Be sure and see them CARSON Co Quite a good deal of damage was done to farm property by n storm that passed South of Hartford last Friday night We can show y-r somevery new things in Millinery goods Visit this department before you buy LONG Co We have now on sale a big lot of Mens and Boys Straw Hats at a real argah DontfailtoseethemLoNC Messrs W B Taylor Wysox and Sam W Leach Cromwell Republic an nominees for County Judge and Assessor respectively were among obI callers Monday MrRichard Grady has moved with his family front BeaverDam to this place They are occupying rooms at Mrs Maggie Griffins resi 1with t t iT Mr Charlie Griffin of Jennings La arrived Tuesday to be the guest of Hrforget we will pay the hhighest market price for Wool and sell you goods ht the lowest possible price LONG Co The remains of R J Daniel who died at Louisville several weeks ago will be interred at Green River church next Sunday afternoon a 330oclock Mr W S Yerkes Government National Bank Inspector went through the books of the First Na tional Bank hereTuesday and report ed every thing in first class condition While coming in from work Monday evening Jesse Everly Ceralvo a bridge carpenter for the I C R R felloff tjie h C1 trestle South of Rockport sustaining painful but not serious injuries Mrs E E Birkhead and mother Mrs S K Cox will leave today for a weeks visit to relatives at Elkton Ky and from there they will go to Charleston Mo where they will visit another week Cecil the sevenyearold son of Mr and Mrs James Felix fell off a mule last Sunday afternoon arid broke his left forearm At the time Mrs Felix and were visit ing at Andersonville Atlast report the little fellow was getting along very well Stock Warden J R Phipps took up eight head of cattle near Buford Tuesday and started to town with them but the owner learned that they were in custody and intercepted him a few miles this side of Bu ford paid the charges and took them home and put them up The following Ohio county citizens were summoned as member of the Federal petit jury Owensboro this week John H Gray Jingo R B Martin and G W Drane Hartford W T Sanders Friedaland and John H MillerMagan G1V Drane Hart ford is a colored gentleman and is the first of Ohio countys colored citizens to do jury serviceIESTRAYOne pale red heifer with short crumply horns heavy built unmarked now about 3 years old Has been gone from my farm near Sulphur Springs since June 1904 A liberal reward will be paid for return of same or any information leading to recovery SCHUYLER S ACTON Sulphur Springs Ky We announcetoday the candedacy of Esq John M Graham for the df fice of Magistrate of the Sulphur Springs distrist subject to the action of the Republican party Esq Graham has served with honor to hisI constituency and efficency in management of the countys Fiscal affairs in the capacity of Magistrate for four year and now seeks a renomination to the same positionI He is honest and capableand nom inated he will certainly be elected The Hartford Mill Company has the following to sell Flour Meal Corn Nay and Mixed Feed Lumber of all kinds dressed and rough all sorts of Windows Doors and Transoms Screen Doors a specialty Shingles Laths and builders hardware Lime and Cement We have a reg ular Custom Feed Mill and grind plow points Come and see what weve got Whether you have any business or not- Exposure toa sudden climatic change produces cold in the head and catarrh is apt to follow Provided with Elys Cream Balm you are arm eil against Nasal Catarrh Price 50 cents at druggists or Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York will mall it The Balm cures without pain does not irritate or cause sneez ing It spreads itself over an irritat ed and angry surface relieving immediately the painful inflammation cleanses and cures Cream Balm quickly cures the col- dTaylorPaxton Mr J D Taylor and Miss Maggie Paxton were united in marriage at the home of the brides mother Mrs Harriet Paxton three miles Soijth of Beaver Dam Wednesday afternoon RevE W Coakley being the official ing clergyman The bride is one of the countys i d A Large Line Of beautiful patterns of Mattings can now bo had hero for 12ic to 3Qc per yard If you need flatting dont fail to look at our line for they are at tho very low prices and the mo t beautiful patterns A lijrgo lino of Factory Cotton can ho had for 5cI a yard Bed Ticking Shirting Cottonade Carpet Warp Quilt Wadding Unbleached Cotton Cali cos Ginghams Ribbons j Embroideries Ladies Bolts chavo arrived in large quantities and will be sold at very low prices 4 Mens Clothing- We I have added an additional line of spring and 4 summer Clothing also a large lineof Odd Pants of beautiful patterns We can give you an elegant Spring Suit of light or dark colors for 550 A pair of Pants of fine pattern for 14Q We have a fancy line of liens Top Shirts which we are selling for 45ci I Dont forget that we Jmve just received 4 a large line of Slippers for men and women t Also a fine line of SlioesI 4 j 1 1 1 Mens Hats 1 We have the latest styles in Hats IVe can givo 4 you a Rico Hat from 100 to 250 A dot ofoth er goods that has just come in which are not mentioned 4 here Come in and take a look 4 4 For Latest Spring Styles 1 SAM BACHI Hartford Ky most pspular and successful teach- erS having been engage in teaching f since she was eighteen years of age t She is noted for her kind and ladylike I disposition and is favorite among I ner large circle of friends i Mr Taylor is an entergetic young farmer and business man During Sheriff S T Stevens official term Mr Taylor served as field deputy for him and by his coutesy treatment won I the esteem o those he met in that capacityTHE joins their many friends in wishing them a happy and blissful future Notice So far I haye not received the census reports of the following districts vii Nos 17 Centertown 22 Tay lor Town 29 Mt Pleasant 30 Ro sine 37 Beech Valley 60 Arnold 111 Magan and colored district No I Rockport The reports should have reached me by May L I respectively urge the chairman of these districts to report Very truly JAMES 11 DEWEESE S C S Ohio Co 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 ganfieldone from Illi nois and ono from New York State cost ingas high as 750 Hens weighing over nine pounds Eggs from 75c to 150 per setting Will have in due time 100000 Sweet PlantAlsoE M MILLER Shone 192 McHenry Ky I 4 xt 1 Real Estate- BARGAINsn 70 acres on Sulphur Springs road6 miles from Hartford 32 acres in medow 400 fruit trees 90 white oak trees good house and good barnes for 650JW 120 acres near Rockport din good condition good build ings and fine arm land for IZOOXK 83 acres fine bottom land for 20 per acre or 1000 a 3 miles from artford 6n Sanderinra crossing road Good bouse good barn young orchard In fine state of cultivation A r bargain 315 acres fine Rougb river bottomland near Hartford cultivation + IWl11seaeheap considering r i33 acres near Ceralvo jSevv Iwe lor prices t acres at Ctdtettom See me lor prices One house andlobon TJnlon street in Hattiorfl In fine N ojboussadjoining HartlcrJ Fare Unitgood house and bulTo 3VSacJ3SHartford In good state ocultivation j Jjfrxvjci 43omyobottom land balancergood upland good houses good GzaacOnefor sale at a bargain If you want to sell land If pttt IisiCfamish S A AndersonDealer In Real Estate HARTFORD KVi 2w vy V f irI C lOPerCenttI Reduction Sale In order to make room for our immense stock of Spring Goods we will commencing Monday April 10 1005 make a reduction of 10 per cent on Shoes Clothing Hats Cups and Ladies Skirts Having established cash system wliicli has been a success beyond our expectations we are able to handle checks of all kinds at JOe on the dollar Our prices are the lowest consistent with quality Remember the date April 10th to 30th Drug Department Being in charge of an able pharmacist we are pre pared to supply your wants in an able and satis factory manner All new fresh drugs at f lowest prices No substituting Bring us your produce highest market price paidThe Brown Mercantile Co ttCOItFO1 ATLI I McHenryHyI I t FIELD CORN ITwoStandard Varieties Only In All the Various Kinds IGrown1i There are two standard varietie- of field corn known as dent corn and flint corn The grains of th dent variety are wedge shaped an are dented on top of the grain The dent varieties are larger and gener I ally give a greater yield to the acre I This kind should have the richest o soil and to be planted where there is the most moisture in the soil The dent has several colors is generally used for meal for ensilage and Is the standard seed for the corn grow ing States It requires 300 pounds of water to be taken up through the roots of dent corn to produce one pound of dry corn It must have a deepsoil to have that much moist ure or the rains must be very fre quent to provide that quantity of waterThe flint kernels are hard and smoothand have an oilyappearance The stalks are not so large as theI dent Will grow to its utmost ca pacity on thinner soils and is better adapted to rolling lands It only re quires about 233 pounds of water to pass through the roots of flint corn into excellent meal for table IIJrinds are several varieties of the I dent which will mature in the South calledIin Tennessee in ninety days It is popular and might give satisfaction j in Colorado There originated in Iowa a variety called Silver Mine which is a quick growing kindand will be hard in ninety days from time of planting The warmer the climate the quicker the maturity Time Tried and Merit Proven One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it comes to curing Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc It is perfectly harmless pleas ant to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup Sold by Z Wayne Griffin g Bro Sunflower Philosophy When you give a compliment do you give it grudgingly We have kept tab on a good many of the oldtimers and find that many of them invent history People are becoming better but we sometimes think they are not as good looking as they used to be We find as we grow older that our idea of an Easter lint that is be coming is that on a sixteenyearold girlThe President always was an origi nal man He hits killod something that isnt in the dictionarya bobcat I I Look closely at any dog and you will see this expression If I can get I r Z UtJ N+r i IilliI 1 C C p I I p D I C C a chance tonight I will kill a sheep t Everything else in the house is more quite when there is illness but did you ever notice the impudence of the clock which ticks all the louder7 My wife and daugaters finda good deal of fault with me a man it wofilsd you recommend Break the dishes 2000000d an inset ted comma which cost the Unit ed States Government 2000000 Congrefr ated in one section the articles to be admitted on the free list Among these were all foreign fruitplants The copying clerk in his superior wis dom omitted the hyphen and iserted comma after fruit so that the m clause readall foreign fruit plants ets The mistake could not be rectified for about a year and during this time all oranges lemons bananas grapes and other foreign fruit were admitted free of duty with a loss to the Government of at least 2000000 for that year TToThe undersigned having been stored to health by simple means a withIv sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully too send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they ivi find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost themThenothing and may prove a blessing t will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32ry 0 Mental Suggestion krtocurtain was raised she complainedf feeling faint The young man took something out of his pocket and whis iaShetongue but it would not dissolve However she onWhenthe tablet into her glove When sh removed the glove at home she foun the tablet was a buttonshHow to Polish a Stovesi1Put a quantity of stove polish in to a dish add equal parts of water and turpentine and a few drops of varnish Mix this well together and apply with a small paint brush Let ly the polish dry and then rub brisk with the stove brush This will give a glossy polish that will last from one spring until the next Thi should not be used on the top of al everldayr el offensive when the polish was first put on It is an excellent polish stoves that are not used through summer pC won with solemn eyes holding by hands two dumpy little boys with with solemn eyes came to box office of a theater where nW inglHandling coCketof old man out cardboard his eyes fell upon the upturned faces of the children These children must have tickets if you take them in he said A distressed look came into thei er answIno never pay for them I wouldnt bring them ala only their father works at nig Its and there is no one to leave them with I never can spare more thanI a quarter and I just love to see a show We dont cheat you any mister for they both go sound asle lust as soon as they get into a se and dont see a single bit of the show I eyesIwere go Toward tjie end of the second act one of the ushers came out of the auditorium and handed a twon fivecent piece to the ticket man tIWhats this demanded he Dont know drawled the ushelI A little chuck of a woman just now beckoned to me clear across the Muse and said one of her kids had waked up and was looking at the show and that I should bring you out I r this quarter I A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when j you lose your health because indi gestion and constipation have sappe away Prompt relief can be ha in Dr Kings New Life Pills They build up your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin S Bros drug store 2c n1 Bits of Display laudeOh dear I dread th thought of my thirtieth birthday ClaraWhy r supposed you had forgotten it long agoEx A bad concience often makes a dreamYes a conscience isnt one two three with a welsh rabbit Cleveland Plain Dealer Bertha He had the insolence to imprint a kiss upon my lips Ethel But then that kind of printing doesnt show you knowBoston see brehd r boasts of his dough my sonTown Topics See Peopleread too much and learn little w 11Fidelity is the sister of justice aw Great gifts make beggars bold a asMake love while the moon shines e older a man becomes the less wisdom he discovers in others a Circumstances alter kisses see It sometimes happens that a father almost as much as his son The Ideal Saddle Horse Theideal saddle horse is from fifteen to sixteen hands high short and well coupled It has high wethers a long well arched neck and long keen ears well se the head The tail should be sa on the rump and the rump it slopingdbones in itsleggandamediu foot a LoveI- lll1allIJIIIIB1r Yes said the Chicago girl Im engaged to Mr Rocks It was real pIE hard to decide because I like Mr on pour whyequally wealthy IIfae olhelWell Mr Rocks promised me the Uri most alimony if such a thing should I become necessary v k J OT rt jf0111Nothing has ever equalled it can ever surpass it Dr Kings theNeW Discovery 1180CONNIie11T1IN Price SOc 4 llW estA Perfect Cure IMony back If It falls Trial Oottlti free CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatur of j nglABEST FOR THE BOWELS rteepotIttaplogthe L CANDYCATHARTlO IlL I EAT EM LIKE CANDY DoItrrltrforlneumpl4aadbookletoahellt Sterling Renwtfj Compinjr Chicago or Rt York 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dtnggiet for Thl tolbowroa enchan You Ollt let Balsam lallr- Olflrrln hrtlieZbu uptnrln COUPONttoThe m11 J Mydlioatali Ihave novertrioeDrOttaprvcoGumnalsambutltauvpl you will frleods noommeaUt to mp I IlIT fnll Alden UrA PIn J i For Sale by J Ha WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I o I 1 rfIN J xti J J = L I iMiWnWM Farmers OpportunityBig Sale- I I r tln next thirty clnvs we are going to oiler YrII Bargains in Plows Cultivators 11m rows Corn ribs Wagons Buggies and nil Farming Jinplu iHiits in order to reduce our stodc to make room to UlU Our goods are all of standard reliable makes and ire wellknown and extensively used throughout the oiiiitry so that you taktJJno Iliimtvs in buying roiu us I 11 e have the best equipped shop in the county for II kinds of Blaeksmithing and Repairing andean lo many lobs in firstclass shape that other shops aunot dolt nil und at moderate prices Call enid secure some of the bargains wo are Hiring Yours truly WILLIAMS J MILLER Beaver Dam Ky m on OWu n REE TUITION Two Weeks Free Tuition in the vensboroBu siness University Individual instructions from a large and ynpctcnt faculty Every Graduate se arcs employment Free membership in c Y M C A gymnasium and library Write for full information A M FISHER Pres tr f Jf u It n d HEUMATBSM u luII ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo tu I ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is uirvilou relieving almost instantly Try it and cheeras you Druggist P5c 50cat p GON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Kyt BUSINESS youn au o oung woman who would win success III life Tills being conceded it o rat importance to get your training the schools that stand in the tty fnt atik I IR ANT STRATTON Business College I E Cor Socond arid Walnut sts Louisville Ky 00 seven experienced teachers each one a special O M AND jet in hie line Write for a beautiful book giving- YP RITING testimonials from graduates occupying prominent eitio all over the United States will be mailed to you FREE School en iltlie year Students can enter at any tinn I Ja WRIGHT President L sE TaU eintt cheap und necessary u sh uld patronize home folks ol1ellldwith the r hole count i Atad points generally by ly pa ng a reasonable rent to the ugh I iver Telephone Company or y wl be At the whole expense If u sayI We connect with all In Ide t M panics For partlcu a cal on S aStevenl laoager itor KY I Firs tclass typewriter per for sale at this of je heap EDUCATIONIe absolutely necessary to the at KEEPING it e Low One Waryl- e Colonist Rater Vln Big Four Route To CALIFORNIAWASHINGTON O E60NnlIDAHO MONTANA UTAHnl Intermediate territorynBd in Ticket on elnle Meh 1 to Mny 16 For full information and particular as to rates tickets etc call on is agents Die Four Route IIor address the undersigned WAUHUV j IYVCII a r k T t- Cinclhnntl DrOhlu H JIUTKH lIeolfl Agent Innlivnle Ky 1 itii 3A1NSb L RUDE MR CHURCHILL Winston Lconnrd Spencer Churchill n of Englund is now thirty In five years ho has been through tw campaigns those in the Sudan an oherrtional escape has written half dozen noteworthy books it th fiercest haul one of the most of politiculfOlsrudeness and win boast of being ono of the best hated men in British polities Ho is equipped with a mint- am i manndr comparable to those o Disraeli Here is an example of his rudeness In a recent speech ho said The other day a ca inter I forget whichthis with rouglLtdownmen how could I get through my work if I had to bother about the odds andendsChicago News The King Investigated Signer Prinettl the Italian for eign minister recently asked th king to sign n decree au nentin tlio foreign ollico staff His majesty promised to thinkover it and next set out alone on foot to pay u visit to the ollicc Arriving at 9 oclock he found no one there A long search unearthed n solitary rignrettes1Shat asked the king From 8 to 12 was the reply And when may I colleaguesIhev 11 oclock Then his IIIlIjlst sent for Signor Prinetti 11111suggoMed that instead of asking for more clerks he should make it his business to see that the existing clerks attended 1 to their duties Theory and Fact In Geology greatSimplonmore that geology is largely a matter of theories which mayor may not fit actual conditions oven close to the surface of the earth Tho en gingers have discovered that the ge ologists were entirely at fault as to till temierature which would be en countered missing the mark 2i de grees at the point whore hot water conditionsIdiit d and the engineers found that the dips in the rock strata which had been declared bn theory to be mainly vertical were in fact hori zontal A Musical Cabman Sir Frederick Bridge the noted London musician mind conductor says that one of the most discriminating critics of his acquaintance is n cabman who has a fine organ in s homo and spends every Sunday the instrument He first met the performmnce cabbyhadhim what he thou ht of it Very good Sir Frederickwas the quiet Hallejujnhhe conductor realized that this was the case jYoubeg anted clerk at tho California hotelI ime other night I think I am safe in saying that the majority of tho men around tie bothI up and down town now wear dress or dinner seats at night r was in New York last ear and I think rltlitcupo READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir lam 63 years of age I have suffered 25 years from kidney and bladder trouble and since using ss than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Discovery I haveI passed twentyfive gravel I feej that I sin almost cured and can cheerfully recommend you to the public Yours very truly H C THOMAS 520 Third Ave A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas WonderP Halls Great Discovery and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal cuts ion weak and lame backs rheuma- tismandall irregularities of the kid and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle two months treatment and seldom fails to cure any of the obeys mentioned Sold by all druggists E W Hall sole manufacturer OllvoCStreetSt C Q o l1jo t spcct Aiiy than who says San Fran cisco is wild and woolly is talking through his bonnet SunFrancis co Chroniclc 0Irrigation Systems issuedra in tho United States in 1902 show 59311cwere irrigating 9187077 acres 134030 forma The amount pcndod in constructing all thcosys tems urns 93320 The II thoJper Womans Most Dangerous Weapon e1a if the eye were not a weapon isteye drill have recently been promul gated It seems that the beauty of a womans orbs lies not so much in their shape and color as in the way she uses them hence a long list of directions for rotating them so that the muscles may be best trained ancgThe Sundays In 1905 A peculiar fact is that 1905 begun on Sunday andwill end on Sunday and therefore has fiftythree days This will not occur again i 110 years Loosburg Va Wash ingtoniiiu i Washing Made Easy Filln clothes boiler twothirds full of water adding almost one bar of good laundry soapand a small handful of washing soda if the water is hard When boiling put in thre iootfuls of kero=ono and 10 boilit film minutes longer Wash the vtiiiua from white clothes put in boiler anti let them boil fifteen minutes Take out into tub pour on pail of cold water and wash through this suds Itinse with warm water then blue and hang to dry Used as directed kerosene leaves no odor To Pickle Pigs Feet Clean cover With slightly salted boiling water and broil until tends- Pack while hot in a stone jar an rover while you inako the vinegar ready Into n half gallon of vinegar stir n cupat white sugar three dozen black pcppon n dozen blades of mace timid n dozen cloves Boil nil together hard for one minute tiii pour over tho feet It will bo ready for use at the end of forty eight hours but will keep for weeks Washing Glassware If all woolen understood the trick of washing glassware there would be fewer broken glass dishes So many tryto pour hot hater into the glass the result of a sudden crack and n dish that is ruined If it ha first peen set on a cloth wrung ou in very hot water the catastrophe would not have happened To make doubly safe n silver spoon may be laid in the dish That will take some of the heat from the glass To Clean Mahogany Furniture The bluish gray film on ma hogany may be removed by washing tho furniture with lukewarm soap sudsanti drying quickly with soft linen cloth one that will absorb moisture directly Use the best quality of castile soap onIwef a smlllpicco at a time and dry it immediately so that no portion is wet more than n few seconds The film should entirel disappear with this treatmentImitation Ground Glass A disagreeable view can be shutoff from arty window without inter paintingtheof epsom salts us a given quantity of hot water will dissolve This gives a good imitation of ground glass a design can be drawn on it and it can be washed off at any time St toTo Remove Paint From Glass To remove paint from glo s use a fluid made of four ounces of bornxSl dissolved in ono pint of hotwater Adda tablespoonful of ammonia Apply to tho spots quite hot Some times a metal scraper will work ella without the fluid Fat For Frying fryingitut into a saucepan with just enough water to bunfing and heat ellovera slow fire unilthe bottom pf time saucepan can bo seen Then it must be strained To Clean White Wool nlliybsll4sCc e night before shaking Perspiring let of1hofootrtibof sweet oil one ounce of al= collotgdd onehalf tablespoonful of I ammonia v r if IJI 1 1 tY oI 1 + ii CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS GoodUsf nSTRONAltai G i trill or 60 110 I Is what Mrs Stovall of Tilton 0 rasaid after taking Kodol Dyipcptla Cure Hundred I of otherweak women art may well if you will take It a nearly all the sickness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased enables the stomach and digestive organs some may the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol taros Digests What You Eat ltaeel reII IndlllItioncausll Kodoln CureIwholes sourtrnputd t ue riurr IIOD LaI0 Chlttro II Nolilbj Z WAYNK UltltFIN Something New dt Variable Tours- TO FLORIDAVIA Southern Railwaya- nd Queen JCrescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER gotof the Sky and Beautiful Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chatanooga or vice versaqre now on sale at Low Rates The Florida Limited composed- of finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and vestibuled coaches with Dining Car service enroute leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent Route running through without change to Chatanooga and Southern RpCon necting train leaves Louisville at 70 a m daily TheClilcago and Florida special consisting of elegant Drawing Room Sleepers observation cars Club car etc lessee Cincinnati at 925 dai except Sunday sunning through 1 Solid to St Augustine via Chatanoo ga and Southern Railway with Din- Ing car service enroute Connecting train leaves Louisville at 725 p m carrying observation sleeper through without change from Louisville to = Augustine also through sleeper Knoxville Through Pullman Sleepers to Jack Iron Cincinnati every even= ing via Knoxville Asheville and Ba vannahI From Louisville connection with of the above trains is made at Lexington by trams of Southern Railway For Land of the Sky book Winter Homes folder Rates Sche dules or other Information address A C Rincarson G PA Ql U Cinciocinnati 0 C H HUNUEKFORD Dietrich Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louie Mo AyersPills Want yojJr moustache or beard abeautlfolbrewu6r ichb1acfUse Hr rono Cumberland TELEPHONE ANDiTelegraph Co Incorporated Tnerea nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my residence slid place ol business My business baa Increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition MauratChtoCountYCircuit Court TF Dlrkbtad Judge Den D ningoAttorney T II Black Jailer Ed 0 DarrnM Clerk Frank L Fells Muter Com mluloaerYG3loaeleyTrurteeJaeyFund Cat PKeown Sierlff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Keown Jo II Iloberti Sam KOwn 4TCoarteonTen aflritMoa e day la March and Anguit and continues three weekaand third Monday In May and Noremher two weeks County Court J r Miller Judge Maagand Clerk WlI Oarnea Attorney Hartford rCourt coono ant Monday In each month Quarterly Court lifglni on the third Monday In JanuaryConrt In Jetnary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OmcenJ II Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe A euor Doa James DeWeese School Saperlntendent Hartford Ben L DatiICoroner Sulphur Spiing- aTviatlcew Coiirt MayisUeoW Martin Dalietown February 12 May 14 August 20 November JnoMGralmm Narrow Febrnary 28 May 2 Augnet 29 November IX May7AugustJ A Hlcka BnfordFebrnary T May t Aug oat 12 November 7 W A llone Centertown February tf May 11 Angnit 24 November P I DJ Wilcox Jlorkport February 20 MayS Angunt 26 November 14 i Hartford Z cllc Court Jno B Wilton Jodgec E Smith City At torney S r Burnett Marshal Court con venea second Monday In eachnionth corvlcouMSunday aewndlSunday I day evening Her WTJVllIltr Ptor nighbeforeand fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer DerJa4DutoettC P Church Services Scat Sunday In each moothatllamaod1pm IJpv J D liar nedmtor School Tru tes Hartford Ja 1Mlller1 t Glenn S T HleYfnllIlI Mocker Jn D Car ion Jon C lllley IICity Coancll llowan Holbrook Mayor 8 A Anderson Clerk DrH J Wedding W H Tins 1 i ey A C Taylor If f Heavrlo T j Morton Councilmen Secrt Soc1UaA O U W meet lint and third Friday ulght In each month 1 Hartford Lodge No 075 F AMaioniflrat ifMonday night In each month Hartford Toat No 09 Knlgbta of theMacoa bees every Thurndoy night Bough IlIverLodgeNo 110 KnlghtaofPythli meet every TseAey night Preston Morton Poet No4 0 A It hold reg rnlar meeting Saturday betoreflretSunday In eacb month iI Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price ly Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IIRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE n Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS Anlli MEMPHIS Through Pullman deeping and Ire reclining chair cars Home eeKeT Excursions drat and third Tuesday of each pamphlotslolden I H C TOWNSEND sail Funea tkL IT LOUIS II TO MATTHEWS Trariliir Puiior Irv molarnL a EVERYBODY 1 MAKSS FOR IAtoe American ImUdBUCKINGHAMfDYiemtcslorwoauuaaeaeauASwtd T EP BARNES a BROSAttraotive Display orNow spring Merohanclise Great Stocks of Wearing Apparel for Men and Women Boys and Girls A perfect feast for anyone who will take the time to look through our magnificentdisplay of stylish dependable wearing apparel It makes no difference about your age your size or your station in life We are prepared to serve satisfactorily the most exacting customer We believe your full list of Spring necessities can be bought cheaper right here than any where else in the Green Rivrr territory We know that we carry the biggest stock and the greatest variety of newstylish uptotheminute dependable merchandise Wcknow that we do not sellyouone article at cost to convince you of the cheapness of our stock and then over charge you on something you know nothing about in order to make a profit We know that we do not pay you for your produce more than the market justifies and mike up the deficiency by over charges on the merchan dise you take in exchange for same We know that every article we buy and every article we sell upon own merits Each and article marked in plain figures and every man woman and child receives the one and the same price Come Beaver Dam the ship ping and distributing center of the Green River country where competition is keen and you have enormous stocks to select from Drop into Barnes stored Its a human beehive where more energy is expended per capita than in any other place and it is the actual center of all competi tion and price making consequently it is bound to pay to buy at Barnes nn Furniture The usual spring house cleaning il soon be in progress 81111no doubt you will need a few pieces of new furniture to take the place of the old Barnes Furniture Store is full of the very articles you need BedsFolding Beds Folding Lounges Couches Side Boards Bed Room Suites Wash Stanettes Dressers Stand Tables Kitchen Tables Dining Tables Chairs Rockers Spring Mattresses and many main articles more Woaie certainly in a position to satisfy most all the wants and necessities of any human being along this line Belts From 22 indies long to- W inches in length in Mack White Green and Red Patent Leather each lOc loc and25e Silk Belts al lrolO1blackan1 white each loc 25c 35c qua Toe LOU and 125 Wool Bring all your plOduce Vool etc to Barnes Highest market price paid lookctt what wo have we wuiM have another ciHtomer dim believe any moan fll woman who lUHds shoes can ivsitit temptation to buy when be or mir lw anr heats the price Fins Shoes in Vici Calf ttc 150 10 350 and lot Mens Til irBIipcs and Oxfords 350 Dress Materials Something About Silks Our business Silks has steadily increased until our demand enables us to carry quite a nice stock of Black and nIl Colored Silks ranging width from nineteen inches to a yard wide Black White and Colors prico per yard SOc 75c 100 15Q and 175 q Something About Waistings White and all colored materials for Waistingsn quality and varieties sullicient to satisfy most fastidious dress or are here as well as those fabrics and patterns of the everyday commonsense kind Something About Suitings and Skirtings- We tine well prepared to you in our Wool 1res Goods section Blacks in MohairsSouilionnas Shark Skins and all seasons stylish materials price per yard 2r oc 7ncLOO 25 and 150 Colors and Fancy Mo I hairs price pot yard 50c75c 100 125c and 150 TWash Goods Wash materials of every description white solid colors fancies price per yard 5c 7c Oe 5o20t 3Ge50c and 75c Something About Ready Made Skirts This section contains quite a variety of plain and fancy lohairs made up in the latest styles as well as many oth or leading Skirt Fabrics in plain and fancy materials Prielwh 200250 300 350 100 00GOO 750 to 1000 We have just closed a deal from a factory which is going out of business for quite a number of Skirts in plain and limey materials Price each 200 250 300 and 350 Eacholthese will be priced fromoOc to 100 less than their actual value Ladies wanting Spring Skirts should not miss this opportunity Spring Clothes Its dressim up time again This is the time of she see 2t JIII in in full tho the siml 25c year when the men the youths and the little tots all enjoy the freshness of a new Suit Hat Shirt and Shoes Wee a fine showing of the now styles in Suits Coats Pants Fancyamid White Vests Each garment is a model of good caste and skillful tailoring The individual who wears our clothes has the satisfaction of knowing that he is correctly dressed at tho correct price Mothers bring your buys to our Clothing section Wo have bargains for you Shoes Low Cuts and Slipper- In this department of our busi ness ire dont tilla back seat for nmybodye have the styles Wo havt tin nil itxs It hlIo the sios XII w 010 at= tel tin c utlIWIoI niid tVou would take time to Wo t time l glens BON 301 I servo Sl All 1 1 and 101 LorsI aII Sho sand Oxfords sizes 12i to 2s 175 poip1tr Boys Tan Shoes and Oxfords Sizes 2ito i200 Ladies Black and Tan Shoespor pair 12o150200250 and I00181es Black and Tan Slippers per pair 100 125 150 200I and 2hisses and Childrens Black and Tan Shoes Mid I aXlilyds in all it vary low prices Boys don t fail to see our Tan Oxfordsi Gents and Ladies Furnishings and Notions We can sty that for each SOc 7ic LQO and 150 wo are selling the handsomest and most stylish assortment of Metis and Boys ExI and every Shirt custom made Our Summer Underwear- Js all on sale for men women and children In plain and fancy liar brigon for men price each Shirts and Drawers 25c 35c and SOc In I plain and fancy and lisle thread each 75c and 100 Julres Vests price each 5c lOc loc 25c and ill Boys and Girls in good de pendable stun at very 16w prices 1900 Washers and Wringers Having boon remarkably successful in introducing this famous and onlv norfeut Washing Machine on the market in this county the manufacturer has given us ontluloj Ohio county and has mull us prices that will enable us to sell them to yoiif at even less than the factory price Wo are receiving mail orders Glrthese machines from different parts of the county and anyone interested in saving his wifes life or H prolonging her days will certainly effect his purpose by buying the WOO Washer and Wringer Any child G years old can operate it easily after the clothes and water have been in the machine Write us for circulars and information concerning this Washer Carpets and Lace Curtains Tho demands RUtS department leas increased Yfarlv until this it is crowded to its utmost nail stock now sale street Hats tho latest Huts made have your orders prop ptJy that for your first visit Remember wol prepared for babies Neckwear Our line of Neckwear for all ages and sex is the most magnificent have ever shown All shapes and such a varie ty of beautiful patterns Ladies and Gents argon ollli illIlan TitS each 25c and SOc sors Midgets and Hegulal String Ties each 25c Very and medium 1llIE llitlldlle8 each 25c and SOc Ladies Embroidered Turn Overs each 5c lOc 15c and 20c Ladies Stocks each 25c 3111SIc and 75c Hosiery Our line of Hosiery for ladies misses and children a line feel 1lllplIst41lacj and lace materials Price per pair lOc loc 20e2fe and 50c fancies in plain tend lace effects Price per pair lOc Rc25v and 50c MOils Half How in plain blacks and tans Price pOI pair lOc 1 fill and Fancies in quite a variety of patterns Price per pair 15c 25e and SOc capacity with UptotheMinuto Floor Coverings Every pattern a good ono wo have them priced as follows Yard wide Hemps per yard loc and 20c Yard wide Granites per yard 2oc Yard wide Union tl1 3oc Yard wide all Wool Filling Soc Yard wide all Wool Filling extra heavy OOc Yard wide all Wool per yard 0570c and 75c Yard wide Brussels pe yard 75c and SOc Mattings in quito a variety of patterns price per yard 12Jc loc 20c 23c 25c 35c Lace Curtains price per pair OSc lOd 150 audICorsets r Enrich 50c and 125 Time famous W JtlIud other popular t Corsets and Girdles at the above popular prices Millinery Now that tho Easter rush is over und wo feel very grateful our hun dreds of liberal and satisfied custom l8rgcrstEasterWo are now ready for tho Ilito Spring unuSIIfan entire which is on Smart summer novelties to order Lot us wo may have them ready we are 1 tho and children we wide ill is we justly 25c is and 75e 100 th