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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i t Jtxdfert IttpublicanI Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year 3 VOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 12 1905 No 43 VILLAGE LOAFERS Narrows Has Had This Unique 1 Organization Five Years New Officers of the Association Elected After Stormy Ses sion Last Saturday 0 Narrows Ky May 9 The Na tional Association of the Vil lage Loafers organized here some five years ago a report of which I sent THE REPUBLICAN at the time still flourishes like a green bay tree Our meeting Saturday for the pur e pose of electing oflicers for the en 4 suing year was the stormiest and most tumultious session held since the first election of ofliqers when the- a association was organized Eugene Kirby has been president of the as sociation for several years but had become such a tyrant recently that when he nominated himself for re election n cry of Cusarism arose from every part of the hall It was known that Willie Park was conducting a soViet canvass for tho presidency I and when Kirby observed Park and Sam Bennett holding a whispered conference in a far corner of the hall his voice roared above the tumult as he shouted pointing his finger toward Bennett you Cas elua and toward Park you Bru tus who have fomented this tumult if you would have my scepter come irnd take it Ill take it said Park advancing toward the sugar from which Kirby was now descending You will meet your Octavius said Kirby angrily as he took for the first time a seat as a lay loafer I have met him and hes mine haughtily returned Park as he mounted the sugar barrel to harI angue the multitude Impatient with Kirbys tyranny the loafers greeted w their new master with hysterical en thusiasm I come thundered Park from the sugar barrel not a Brutus with unsheathed steel to strike down tyrannybut a Cicero with it This fine declaration of a boodlers solution of the tyranny question made Kirbys dramatic speech look like thirty cents and the worked up f loafers shouted Long live Park Cherry blossoms for Cicero As no formal election for president had taken place I whisperingly asked the hero on the sugar barrel what I should let the records show in the matter of the election of a president Let em show said Park proudly that I amIt the high chief grand sachem and boss of the job for fr many generations to come After securing authority for substituting years for generations I write the records accordingly The election of a secretary was a 4 tame affair J H Thomas being i elected without opposition Thomas has kept the whole turnout in chaw in tobacco for several years and VillageVhe might but for his indolent disposition have been president of the National Association The election for treasurer resulted as usual in a deadlock every mem ber nominating himself and voting accordingly The treasurer matter TV was the occasion of a rough house In the latter part of the last centu ry Sam Bennett by some means never satisfactorily explained to the association got two votes and was elected treasurer No election of his successor having taken place Bennett claims the right to receive funds but as his term of office has expired heclaims he has no right to dispose of money but professes his readiness to turn it over to his successor when one is elected which sjt he knows will nevef be done The treasury funds grew but of the tobacco drummers and are held as +4a reserve fund to supply the members with tobacco in theeventThom ass supply runs short The cigar drummers set em up to the crowd ancLthis means a half hundred five cent cigars No loyal village loafer will indulge the luxury of a five cent cigar We have a private arrange ment with Roy Armendt a tried and trusty member of the associa tion who conducts a grocery hereby which a half dozen of us behind the counter to get a match and dropping the fivefer ina box pick up n three fer while tho other forty four scat ter out to escape the drummers notice Armendt sells for us the fortyfour fivefers and pays us the difference on the six and pays the money over to the treasurer The disorder Saturday arose over the new presidents call on the treas urer for a statement of the amount of funds in the treasury Bennett claims the bylaws do not require any such accounting President Park ordered the bylaws amend ed so as to cover the case but Ben nett defiantly retorted that no expostfncto laws would workon him After the meeting adjourned Bennett hauled home a barrelof sugar and since no member of the association was ever known to take home a barrel of sugar in daylight be forethe next regular Saturday meet is expected to be cyclonic valcaic and terrific Nobody questions the Treasurers integrity but there is a general feeling that under the cir cumstances he ought to resign The bylaws provides that any member caught at work must be expelled and it is said that such is the anxiety of the members to get in closer touch with the associations funds that a quiet watch has been kept on the treasurer for many moons but no violation of the cardinal principalof the association has been observed I regret to report the loss of same valuable members Frank Allen the way and wet has moved to Baizetown we miss him and no doubt he misses us Uncl Reuben Wright whose eloquence in denouncing the plutocrats awoke the tremb ling echoes along the wooded hills beyond the village mingle with the sons of men I know not where but he is loyal as the stars John Will Hurt has moved to the mountains North of Rosine and has we are told deserted to the work brig ade but then among the twelve one was lost Tom Barrett has got two fat to attend regular since the lizard days set in but his heart is with us Willie Colehas gone to Dundee now but meets with us when a chance is offered and receives a royal welcome A number of new members have come to us recently and of none of these are we prouder than of Carson Park Carson is going vigorous and pa tientpatience is the fittest quality for membership in the National Association of Village Loafers Mr Sanders is another new member who sits in the daily meeting of the association practicing the sublime virtue of patience The Old guard deserves mention I with I had space to do appropriate justice to each of the old vet erans who loyally as the years comerand go put in their appearance dailycto denounce or hear denounced ofbloody plutocrats There is Dud Fentress Charlie Blacklock Hays Brown John Renfrow Oliver Willis and John Johnson and a host of other members loyal faith fuland true to the National Association of Village Loafers who each deserves a column of encomium in your pa per If the cigar fund grows and any scheme can be invented to get the money out of the hands of Treasurer Bennett we shall perhaps have youto get out an illustrated edition soon Showing the faces as well as the virtues of tho members of our grand old association SECRETARY- P SAt our meeting Steve May was unanimously elected an honary member of the Association Mr May is the only honary member we have A Card of Thanks We want to thank the neighbors and friends who were so kind and attentive during our mothers sick ness and death none could have been more kind and good than you have been we will ever remember you and may heaven reward you W F STEVENS AND WIFE t GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems rSecretary Taft in an address at the banquet to the International Railway Congress in Washington Tuesday night surprised the assembled magnates by entering upon a vigor ous discussion of the railroadrate question Mr Taft declared that rate legislation must come and that if railroad men were wise they would aid it and not hinder it Stuyvesant Fishpresident of the Illinois Central Railroad Company took issue with the Secretary and a lively debate followed JudgeWatts Parkerof the Fayette CircuitCourt Monday admitted Jas Hargis to bail in the sum of 25000 The State Capitol Commission af ter meeting with Architect Andrews announced that it would receive proposals for the excavation for the new Capitol the bids to be opened May 25 Application for removal of the case of Caleb Powers form the Circuit Court of Scott county to the United States Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky was made bv Powers attorney before Judge Coch ran at London Monday Judge Coch ran ordered hearing of the question set for June 8 Only a partial tran script of the record of the Scott Cir cuit Court was filed by Powers attorney and they were given further time in which to complete it A motion for a writ of habeas corpus for the prisoner was made and taken under advisement by 4udge Cochran A Call We the undersigned citizens of the Seventh Magisterial district Rockport Ohio county Kentucky would respectfully solicit John Miles to announce himself as a candidate for Magistrate in said Seventh district and we promise him our sup port in all honorable ways as we believe him to be well qualified and trustworthy every respect D J Wilcox- D F Gibbs R S Wilcox T W Engler L C Nafin R T Sneddon Louis Rogers L Williams A D Park D J Sneddon E Woodburn J H Woodburn E R Williams W H Torterlim W M Hollifield Willie Vernon S61 Decker GeorgeWTilfordA Joe Smith Jr B L Dupuy Allen Decker A W Decker W W Sain L A McDaniel David Duncan W E Wilcox J I Clark H B Brown P B Fulkerson SJ Sandrury- S W Robertson W B Robertson G A R Call Meeting Of Preston Morton ZPost No4 G A R All comrades are requested to meet at Hartford Ky on May 15 1905 Come as there is some import ant business to transact By order of Commander G W BUNGER- R A ANDERSON Adjt- BUFORD May 10C W Hussy returned from vansville where he has been for the last two months Mrs Minnie Whaland returned to her home at Tell City Ind after a two weeks visit with her parents Mr and Mrs R R Cundiff There has been something near 100 loads of tobacco passed through here going to Owensboro this week Born to the wife of Jack Hudson on the 1st inst a fine seven pound girlLeeWarden Centertown t visited F M Hoover Sunday Mrs I S Mason and children of Beaver Dam are Visiting R J Mason and wife Aunt Clara Shaft returned home Tuesday after several weeks visit in Henderson Owensboro Beech Grove and other points Our school closes here today Mr pu 4 Ellis has had a nice spring school term there will be 5 or 6 for the examina tionOwen Magan and BF Graves went to Beaver Dam Tuesday Judge Ben Newton and John Blair went to Hartford Tuesday- MATANZAS May 10There was a very heavy rain fell here last Saturday night which did considerable damage to fencing and corn that has been plantedMiss Pearl Igleheart died jMonday morning of lung trouble Her fu neral was conducted by Rev B F Jenkins at the Baptist church at this place the following day in thepres ence of amultitude of people Inter ment took place at Waltons Creek- J W Ford Hartford wa4 here last Monday Rev L P Drake Centertown at tended the funeral here last Tuesday An infant child of R B Everly is very sick G W Barnard Smallhous was here last Tuesday Roy Tichenorand wife Livermore are visiting relatives here this week Notice The tax payers of the City of Hart ford are hereby notified thaton June the first t per cent penelty will be added to taxes unpaid on that day SAM T BARNETT PLEASANT GROVE May 11 George Buchanan and Miss Ivy Summer were married at the home of the bride on April 30 Mrs Rosie Mefford and daughter Ora were the guests of Mrs Bill Buchanan Sunday Miss Canny BradlyUis visiting friends at Browder Ky Mrs Tom Martin was the guest of Mrs Henry Wester Friday and Sat urdayMisses Ora Mefford and mura Bradley attended church tjHunts ville last Sunday Mr A Howerton of Yost Ky was the guest of his sister Mrs Etta Mefford Saturday and Sunday The entertainment at the home of Ora Mefford Wednesday night April 26 was largely attended and every one enjoyed the music made by the Maddox band Miss Ethel Cook visited her cou sin Ora Mefford last week Miss MifjCox visited her aunt at Penrod lastVeek Mr L Mefford waslin Morgan town Monday Miss Blanche Topson of Hunts ville has been the guest of her broth er at Ennis this week p When you attend the Street Fair why not buy your wife some new Rockers a new Bed Room Suit or a new Sideboard A C Taylor has the latest designs BEDS May 10 Farmers are very busy in this section and business in our little town is good Mrs Mildred Barnett is very ill at this writing Miss Hattie Davis spent Monday night with Ethel Bennett Clarence Shown who has been in Illinois for the past several months returnedMr W C Ambros went to Hartford Tuesday Mr and Mrs Loney Sanderfur Nocreek spent Tuesday night with relatives here W C Bennett and daughter Miss Ethel went to Hartford Tuesday Mrs Sarah Bennett of the Wash ington neighborhood spent Sunday with Warren Bennett and family Ham Daily Pleasant Ridge was here Sunday Mrs W C Bennett who has been sick for several days is much im proved Rev we Moorman will preach at the M4E church CENTERTOWN 8Rev Boggess filled his appointment here Sunday T H Benton has returned to his jz HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS Congressman Meekison Gives Praise to Peruna For His Recovery CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PRAISES PERUNA non David Mecklson Napoleon Ohio exmember of Congress FlftyflUh District writes I have used several bottles of Peruna and I feel gasatly benefited thereby from my catarrh of the head Ifeel encouraged fo believe that II j 1 use It a short time longer will be fully able to eradicate the disease of thirty years standingDavid Meekison ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE Mr Jacob L Davis Galena Stone county Mo writes II I have been In bad health for thirtyseven ycaraand after taking twelve bottles of your Peruna I am cured Jacob L Davis If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you hlavaluablo advice grade Address Dr Bartman President of The Ilartman Sanitarium Columbus O I Opportunity = i Is Knocking 1 At Your Doors t = Dont let it slip by Unimproved A splendid = chance to furnish your home with the newest and i = best line of Furniture at a big saving in price is now = offered When in need of Furniture of any descrip = tion come direct to A C Taylor the Furniture man = he can fit you out 49A beautiful line of Buggies Surries Traps Drive = Wagons and Harness always ip stock All goods = of the newest and latest designs All firstclass Its to your interest to visit my store Ii A C TAYLOR = = Hartford Ky = railroad position in Louisville Mrs T F Balls attended quar terly meeting at Hopewell last Sun dayE H James is in Daviess county this week on business- A Jones of Muhlenburg county is here attending court Mrs J Greenwood and daughter of Nasville Tenn are her visiting Mr F V Phipps License to Wed I The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S reportWash 36 years to Lao A Baize age 17 years William Blackburn Mc Henry age 5J3 years to Lizzie Wake McHenry age 27 years J T a e +d 1 3111ew + i toEvelynCharles L Brown Hartford age 50- yearsto Sallie F Coppa e Hartford age 43 years Lebren Hines Rosine DaughertyFlintSprings yearstoHorseBranchKnops Horse Branchage 63 years J toVinnieJ D Taylor Beaver Dam age 35 years to Maggie Paxton Beaver Dam age 26 years Jesse Milan Nar rows age 21 years to Lucye Grant QuinnEcholsEchols age 25 years W W Miller Sunnydaleage 28 years to Janie WhobreyV Sunnydale ago 18 years q- tr1l 4 4 k r 0 I Ilil FELL FOUR THOUSAND FEEL Tragic Fate of Man Recalls After Forty Years Body has Lain Burled in a Glacier at Base of Mt Matterhon During That TimeI Wnxhlnutim 1iwtJ The brief announcement cam from Switzerland the other day tin in all probibility the body of Lot Francis Douglass would be delivers up by the Zermatt glacier within a few months Among the scores of tragedies enacted on and around the Matterhorn of recent years that in hefiguresalthough discussed in man countries and tongue at the time has been generally forgotten It was forty years ago on July 15 1865 and the first time the Matterhon was ever scaled Since then the glacier haswitl stood every effort to discover traces of the body During theinterv I the glacier has been descending at the rate of about 12 inches a day until the portion of it where the body was buried is now in the valley where the huge area of ice is accessable of search Judging by one or two precedents it is probable thatlthe bod when found will be in a perfect stat ofpreservationIn is a guide named Peter Taugwalder whowith his father and brother was a member of the expedition He is now past GC having been a mere lad at the time of the catastrope on the Matterhorn We started from Zermatt on July 12 on aperfectly cloudless morning the veteran guide said We were eight in number Lord Franci Douglas Edward Whymper who planned the expedition after having failedeight times to scale the peak the Rev Charles Hudson of Kent England Robert Hadow a Camh ridge collegian Michael Croz a guide my father brother and my = elf I was with Herr Whymper The higher we rTe the more in tense because the excitement for it must be remembered that no man omen I had ever penetrated into thou regions before The slope eased off so that presently we could be detach ed Soon afternoon on July 15 we were on the very top Croz had discarded his ax and ir order to give Hadow more security was taking hold of his leg and plant ing his feet one after another in tit proper niches As far as I know m one was actually descending I can not speak with certainly because the t two leaders were 1Jart hidden by ledge of rock but it is my belief from the movements of the shoulders that Croz was in the act d turning around to descend as step or two himself when Hadow slipped fell against him and toppled him overI heard one startledexclamation from Croz then saw him and Hadow flying downward In another mo ment Hudson was dragged from his step and Lord Francis immediately after him Everything was dote in a twinklingAs as we heard Croz cry out Herr Whympermy father and I braced ourselves as firmly as tre rocks would permit The rope was taut between us and the jerk came on all three at once We held on but the rope broke midway be tween my father and Lord Francis For a few seconds we saw tl e four men sliding downward on tht ir backs downward asjthough they were on the roof of a gigantic cath edral such as the one in Cologne They were spreading out their in a desperate effort to clutch something and save themselves But nothing they grasped held They passed from sight uninjured disappeared one by one and fell frcm precipice to precipice to the Zermalt glacier below a distance of about 4000 feet Hoping againt hope tint they might have been saved by some mir ache we proceeded to Zoumatt and the next morning found three the bodies mi the lower Ridof the glacier IIf the rensit uf Lord Francis Douglas are rnd t will In a case of history rejKr iself In 1820 the ascetitIf V 1 lane was attempted by L and two x Englishman w guides They were approi i immit when an avalanche swept several of the party down a sharp slope of 200 feet and tossed five of them all guides into one of the glacier creV icesOne of the five was saved by along barometer strapped on his back in such a way as to bridge the crevic and hold him suspended until assistance arrived The alpenstoc another saved its owner in the depth of the glacier Dr Forbs the English geologist nade several execursions to the Mont Blance region and minutely studie the movements of glaciers about this time Dunring one visit he completed his estimates of the velocities of several Swiss glaciers and expressed the belief that the glacier which had swallowed the three men would deliver its dead at the foot of the mountain within 35 or possiI bly 40 years His prediction came close to the truth Fortyone years after the catastrophe the remains were cast forth at the foot of the glacier Time Tried and Merit Proven One Minute Cough Cure is tight on time when it comes to curin Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc It is perfectly harmless plea ant to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro DEAD BOY LAUGHS Face is Flusbed and Audible Laugh IisHeard After Life is Extinct The final examination has beer made of the body of Wallis Allspop the South Normantonboy who after lying in a coffin four days raised tors doubts in the minds of thrcetloc- as to whether he was dead or not Drs Harconrt and Le Grand de termined that there was now no doubt as to the boys death whatever might have been the case before The funeral was proceeded with and the scene at the grave side wns extremely pathetic The grief of the parents who adored their only child was painful to witness One of the doctors says that he believes the case was one of suspend ed animation It was possible that the boy had lain in the coffin in a cold room for four days with just i spark of life in him but the sign after he saw the body were not suffi cient for him to maked acimnite state ment He certainly could not sanction burial at that time All doubts had since been set at rest because decom position had set in Stories which have a weird signi ficance since the extraordinary de- l velopment are being told While the body lay in the coffin in the front room four persons in an adjoining room heard a laugh That is Walliss laugh one re marked and all agreed on the re markable resemblance but they did not think of going to look at theboy Another person says that while alone in the hmse she heard the boy laugh but said nothing afraid ol ridiculeThe himself was an extraordi nary character Last Christmas he told his parents that he wonld be in heaven next Christmas asking that the Christmas tree should not be untrimmed He had for a long time been saving coppers that were given to him saying the money was to buy a cross for his grave During his illness he once observed Perhaps the Lord will raise me up like He did Jariuss daughter When his uncle took him a bunch daffodils he said How nice they will do to put in my coffin Dying Thoughts of a Cowboys One day a party of townspeople vere camping in the hills beside a aging river till it should be safe to ross They saw a rough man strug jling midstream with a very small chance of ever reaching shore It vas an exhausting time even for those who helplessly looked on When the man at last saved himself imd had been ministered unto the psychologist of the party asked What were you thinking of while Ifyou were in such danger I thought said the honest cow boy that I had 100 to my credit and did not want to die with all that money unspent Whereupon he forsook his job gathered his little fortune made for town and blew it all in ere thirtysix hours wcra past Boston Tran script CRADLE OF TEARS ITHE Which Are Placed The Gifts of The World There is a cradle within the dpor of the great institutions of New York before which a constantly recurring tragedy is being enactei It is a cradle quite simply draped in white but with such a look of cozy comfort about it that one would scarcely suspect it to be a cradle of sorrowAnd this cradle is the most usefi I and in away the most inhabitt cradle in the world Day by daj and year by year it is the recipient of more wayfaring souls than an other cradle in the history of the race In it the real children of sorrow are placed and over it more tears are shed than if it were an open graveIt the place where annual 1200 foundlings are placed the silent witness of more truly hear breaking scenes than any other cradle since the world began For nearl 35 years it has stood where it does today readydra peel open while as many thousand mothers have stolen shamefacedly in and after looking hopelessly about have laid their helpless offspring within its depth For 35 years winter and summe in the bitterest cold and the most stifling heat it has seen them come the poor the rich the humid the proud the beautiful the home lyand one by one they have laid their childrens down and broode over them wondering whether it were possible for human love to make so great a sacrifice and yet not diet Still the tragedy repeats itself and year after year and dayafter day the unlocked door is opened and dethroi ed virtue enter the victim ignorance and passion and affection allli a child is robbed of an honorrbl home Bilious Rill was getting bloated And his tongue was muchly Patent Tonics wouldnt cure himl Companies would not insure himi All hisfriends were badly frightenee But their spirits soon were lightener For Bill saidand they believed himi Early Riser pills relieved himI1Sold by Z Wayne Grffin Bro r- Sunflower PbllosophyI The fakir must have great conI tempt for the people he robs I The very young and the very old do love to eat things with a spoon Which would you rather look likeI Your mothers kin or your fathers Women particularly dislike the men who claim to know all abou womenThere is something mighty fasci nating about a widow until you an married to her No wonder people have so little respect for advice there is so much that is worthless No man thinks he is a bore al though he knows thatmany of the other men areIWed like to feel as good once mere as we did when we owned a horse and buggy- A man takes an interest in something all his life when he is old it is patent medicine For some reason accepted a po sition sounds at least 10 a month better than taken a job When a mans suspender strap comes off of a front button he feels as though he is about to lose his pants rYour ship is not likely to come ir unless you go after it Every man naturally feels friendly to a boy who is not good rook ing You would be awful lonesome il very one in the world were as good is you think you areIThere are only a few really well balanced men and they are rushed off and given 50000 a year If you have written a letter read it carefully before sending If the words Burn this paper appear take your own advice at once Fainting is a great winner in ar uments if a woman can faint when things dont suit her her husband will always see that she gets her way A girl always speaks of a Turkish bath in the same tone of voice she would use in speaking of boys who jo in swimming without bathing suits Milk wagon horses are so used to seeing woman around home that you H can drive them up to anything am they wont scare Thin peoples jokes pre bette than those told by fat people Fat people laugh so easily that any old joke strikes them as funny After carefully examining a grea many specimens we have decide that the importance women attach to seeing a bran new baby Is greatly exaggerated ton From the Sea After five years work andat a cost of 2500000 170 acres of the richest iron deposits In Englan have been from the sea on the Cum berland coastby means of a semicircular spa barrier almost 7000 feet long 210 feet wide at the base 83 feet on top and40 fecit high An old sea wall constructed in 1890 GOO yards further inland made 5000 000 tons of ore available but eigh years later a bed of quicksand established connections between the underground workings and the sea and the occurrence indicated the im portance of a larger area being in closed If the work in the mines wa to be carried on in safety The firs outer bank of the new wall is of rubble limestone protected on the seaward side by twentyfiveton concrete blocks distributed Irregularly so as to break the force of the waves and carried 10 feet above high wa ter of the ordinary spring ides rhe inner bank isalso of limestoneof les dimensions while the center is of clay filling with a puddle core into which is housed the top of the piling under the bank forming a subma rine cut off from further trouble b quicksand i Costliest Picture Frame- It is an undisputed fact that more money is expended for frames that for pictures Perhaps this may bi accounted for easily enough Any vulgar person of sudden wealth money to burn can be a judge of Games whereas it requires years ol intimate association with art to ap predate a picture A chromo in n 50 frame would fool most of the so called connoisseures in painting A daub in one worth 10000 would puz vie the world of art The most costly frame in the world is wild to be that which incloses the Virgin and Child in the Milan cathedral It is made of hammered gold and is worth 125000 There are gorgeous fames Iin Senator clarks ragtime palace C lour U nrlvaled I nsplring A ttractlvo ynI ININnIUN11 1411IIIl111llnl111 FRESH BUTTER Used to Cure in a Sanitarium Butter fresh sweet tend larg quantities will enter largely into till diet of tuberculosis patients at Sum ett Hill Penn who arc to receive the new Scotch treatment for consumption The use of butter adopted bj Scotch physicians in Highland sani tnriums has worked a most amazing number of cures even in advances cases Absolute freshness is insisted upon the butter never being more than three days old Its use is pushed to an extreme that would be impossible in persons of normal health The system of II tuberculosis patient demands the by drocarbon that is found in milk products and many patients find no dim culty in consuming half a pound of butter every day IEagle Sanitarium where the new treatment will be for the first time in America will be equip ed with a staff of five physicians und nurses who have grad uatedfrom hos pitals in which tubercolosis patient receive special attention Besides the new Scotch theatmenl all the most modern methods that are approved by scientists will bt used now He Won Her It is so sudden exclaimed the fluffyhaired girl who had just been invited to stand up null face the per son with an eligible bachelor You must give me time to reflect No no retorted the diplomatic young manone whose beauty makes a mirror ol itself should never go into the re Election business Let this solitaire ring do the reflecting rend the records of the license clerk show that it was even so Never Was a Walter Going to the reception tonight Uncle Henry No 1 have no dress suit No dress suit No You see I never happened at any time to ben waiter I 12 of band violin and etc It source of IIIIIINLNf 1 1I IX I I rI nI N I I I I 111 N l u 111 nLn 111111Ix II IN In III III IIN InI nI1 N Vlu UTAH r end on tulc Mcii I to Mny IR For full and particu lars as to rates etc call on Big Four Route or fit dress the wAinirN J r A 1tti- nlnnntl11du S J ITt clrorral A mil luuliTillr Kf n ROUGH UMonnimtui 65 music vocal tickets agents ivxnig Talk being chrnp find you should home folks where you buy your photic and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole corm ty business points by only paying n true to Rough River Company or theywill he nt the whole expense II you say contact with all In dependent For call on S T Stfvenn Manner Hnrtfotd Kv The You Have Roars tho- Stgaaturo ol Natures priceless specific for Coughs Colds Cough Bronchitis and Sore Throat Trice llottle 25 and 50c or 25c bottles for flOO At all druggists American Pharmacal Mlg Chemists Ind Grand Prlzo St Louis 1904 BEST MADE Disc to The reproduces all kinds perfectly orchestra Instrumental solos tfuartottos Is an endless amusement Loud XINllrrnluIXlxnlntSIII Consumption Pennsylvania applied dazzling ashamed Craphophono Gold Moulded Records nlIl n11II Low One Colonist Big Route- To OREGON IDAHOMONTANA tntermedleste territory Ticket information ad undersigned t COMPANY n1lI4hryAt ptronie can own and generally reasonable they Telephone sn Ve Companies particular CASTORAAFor Kind Always Bought Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Whooping per five Co Evansvllle pr1r Columbia Graphophones TALKING MACHINES Cylinder Machines 75O1oWO Machines tBrlgtnal Musical Brilliant 125CI IIIr111X11114IXIILIs11111NI1nIXINInrrrXlNIIII COLUMBIA Cylinder Way Rater Four CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON RIVER- TELEPHONE RIChE C ttpttvntlnfc outwouring Rojaonunt D OIlJhtf- ulSuperior ynrunnulnPrrnuunlX125C1 COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS 7Incti SO cents each 8 per dozen lOlncli 1 ouch 10 per dozen Grand Opera Records made In lOlncli discsonly Jp2 ouch recordaWrmtjordm cylinder and tiltorn Columbia Phonograph Company 117119 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 00 Grand PrIZe StLoulsI9041tt 1 w M n1I 1 FELL FOUR THOUSAND FEET I Tragic Fate of Man Recalled After Forty Years Body has Lain Buried in a Glacier at Base of jUt Matterhon During That Time VHnhlnvtim Ioit The brief announcement came from Switzerland the other day that in all probibility the body of Lot J Francis Douglass would be delivered up by the Zermatt glacier within a few months Among the scores of tragedies enacted on and around the Matterhorn of recent years that i he figuresalthough discussed in many countries and tongue at the time has been generally forgotton I was forty years ago on July 15 18G5 and the first time the Matterhorn was ever scaled Since then the glacier hasj wit hi stood every effort to discover traces of the body During thelftinterval the glacier has been descending at th rate of about 12 inches a day unt the portion of it where the body was buried is now tin the valley where the huge area of ice is accessable of search Judging by one or two precedents it is probable thatfthe body when found will be in a perfect state ofpreservationIn is a guide named Peter Taugwalder who with his fath er and brother was a member of the expedition He is now past 60 having been a mere lad at the time of the catastrope on the Matterhorn We started from Zermatt on July 12 on a perfectly cloudless morning the veteran guide said We were eight in numberLord Francis Douglas Edward Whymper who planned the expedition after having failed eight times to scale the peak r the Rev Charles Hudson of Kent England Robert Hadow a Camb ridge collegian Michael Croz a guide my father brother and myself I was with Herr Whymper The higher we rtee the more in tense because the excitement for it must be remembered that no man omen r had ever penetrated into those regions before The slopeeasedoff so that presently we could be detach ed Soon afternoon on July Hi we were on the very top Croz had discarded his ax and inc order to give Hadow more security was taking hold of his leg and planting his feet one after another in the proper niches As far as I know noI one was actually descending I can not speak with certainly because the two leaders were partlyhidden by a ledge of rock but it is my belief from the movements of the should ers that Croz was in the act cfI turning around to descend as step or two himself when Hadow slipped fell against him and toppled him overI heard one startled exclamation from Croz then saw him and Hadow flying downward In another moment Hudson was dragged from his step and Lord Francis immediately after him Everything was dore in a twinklingAs as we heard Croz cry out Herr WhymperJImy father and I braced ourselves as firmly as UeI rocks would permit The rorel was taut between us and the jerk came on all three at once We held on but the rope broke midway be tween my father and Lord Francis For a few seconds we saw tl eIi four men sliding downward on the in backs downward although they were on the roof of a gigantic cath edral such a9 the one in Cologne They were spreading out their hands in a desperate effort to clutch some thing and save themselves Ik trnothing they grasped heldcThey passed from uninjuredg disappeared one by one precipice to precipice to the Zermal twglacier below a distance of about i 4000 feet Hoping against hope that they might have been saved by some mir aclu we proceeded to Zeamatt and the next morning found three of the bodies on the lower aide of the glacier If the remain of Lord Francis Douglas are fiml t will be a case of history repear itself In 1820 the ascent of M rt F lane 5 was r attetnpteJ by r v awl two t Englishman w guides 1 They wer approa inimit 11 t t r rfi It when an avalanche swept several the party down a sharp slope of feet and tossed five of them guides into one of the glacier creV icesOne of the five was saved by along barometer strapped on his back in such a way as to bridge the crevice and hold him suspender until as sistance arrived The alpenstock of another saved its owner in the depth of the glacier Dr Forbs the English geologist 1 nade several execursions to the Mont Blance region and minutely studied the movements of glaciers about this time Dunring one visit he com pleted his estimates of the velocities of several Swiss glaciers and ex pressed the belief that the glacier which had swallowed the three men fonof or po li bly 40 years His prediction came close to Hit truth Fort one years after the catastrophe the remains were cast forth at the foot of the glacier Time Tried and Merit Provo One Minute Cough Cure is rig on time when it comes to curia Coughs Croup Whooping Coug- e etc It is perfectly harmless pie itant to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro DEAD BOY LAUGHS Face is Flushed and Audible Laug is Heard After Life I is Extinct The final examination has been made of the body of Wallis Allspop the South Normantonboy who after lying in a coffin four days raised tors doubts in the minds of threello as to whether he was dead or not Drs Harconrt and Le Grand d termined that there was now no dou as to the boys death whatever might have been the case before The funeral was proceeded with and the scene at the grave side wa extremely pathetic The grief of the parents who adored their only child was painful to witness One of the doctors says that he believes the case was one of suspend ed animation It was possible that the boy had lain in the coffin in r cold room for four days with just a sparkof life in him but the signs after he saw the body were not sufficient for him to maked aefinitestate ment He certainly could not sanction burial at that time All doubts ha ddosince been set at rest because decomposition had set in Stories which have a weird significance since the extraordinary development are being told Whil the body lay in the coffin in the front room four persons in an adjoining heard a laugh That is Walliss laugh one remarked and all agreed on the remarkable resemblance but they did not think of going to look at the boyt Another person says that while alone in the Muse she heard the boyt laugh but said nothing afraid of ridiculeThe himself was an extraordi nary character Last Christmas he told his parents that he wonld be in heaven next Christmas asking that the Christmas tree should not be untrimmed He had for a long time saving coppers that were given to him saying the money was to buy across for his grave During his illness he once observed Perhaps the Lord will raise me up as He did Jariuss daughter When his uncle took him a bunch of daffodils he said How nice they will do to put in my coffin Dying Thoughts of a Cowboy One day a party of townspeople- were camping in the hills beside a river till it should be safe to They saw a rough man strug ling midstream with a very small chance of ever reaching shore It off as an exhausting time even for those who helplessly looked on it When the man at last saved himself and had been ministered unto the psychologist of the party asked What were you thinking of while you were in such danger I thought said the honest cowboy that I had 100 to my credit and did not want to die with all that money unspent Whereupon he forsook his job gathered his little fortune made for go town and blew it all in ere thirtysix hours wera past Boston Trail script CRADLE OFTEARS flTHE Which Are Placed The Gifts of The WorldI There is a cradle within the door of the great institutions of New York before which a constantly re curving tragedy is being enacted It is a cradle quite simply draped in white but with such a look of cozy comfort about it that one would scarcely suspect it to be a cradle of sorrow And this cradle is the most useful and in away the most inhabited cradle in the world Day by day and year by year it is the recipient of more wayfaring souls than any other cradle in the history of thee race In it the real children of sor row are placed and over it more tears ate shed than if it were an open graveIt the place where annually 1200 foundlings are placed the heartg an nlarlsyears las w lere today read dra peti open while as many thousand mothers have stolen shamefacedly in and after looking hopelessly about have laid their helpless offspring within its depths summerbstifling heat it has seen them come the poor the rich the humble the proud the beautiful the home lyand one by one they have laid their childrens down and brooder over themwondering whether it were possible for human love to make so great a sacrifice and yet not die ctStill the tragedy repeats itself and year yearand day after day the unlocked door is i ignorIIta child is robbed of an honorrble homes Bilious Bill was getting bloatedI And his tongue was muchly coahIIiPatent Tonics wouldnt Companies would not insure him j All hisfl ends were badly frightened I But their spirits soon were lightened For Bill said and they believed himI LEarly Riser pills relieved him Sold by Z Wayne Grffin S lira mI Sunflower Philosophy The fakir must have great contempt for the people he robslThe very young and the very old love to eat things with a spoon Which would you rather look like i Your mothers kin or your fathers II Women particularly dislike the aboutewomenThere is something mighty fasci nating about a widow until you are married to her No wonder people have so little respect for advice there is so much is worthless No man thinks he is a bore al ugh he knows thatmany of the ther men are Wed like to feel as goodonce mere as we did when we owned a horse and buggy A man takes an interest in something all his life when he is old it is patent medicine For some reason accepted a position sounds at least 10 a month better than taken a job When a mans suspender strap comes off of a front button he feels though he is about to lose his pantsYour ship is not likely to come in unless you go after it Every man naturally feels friendly to a boy who is not good looking You would be awful lonesome if every one in the world were as foods you think you areIThere are only a few really well Balanced men and they are rushed and given 50000 a year If you have written a letter read carefully before sending If the words Burn this paper appear take your own advice at once I C Fainting is a great winner in arguments if a woman can faint when things dont suit her her husband will always see that she gets her wayA girl always speaks of a Turkish bath in the same tone of voice she would use in speaking of boys who in swimming without bathing suits Milk wagon parses are so used to j seeing wonvn around honu that you can drive them up to anything am ttheyThin peoples jokes arc better than those told by fat people Fat people laugh so easily that any old joke strikes them as funny After carefully examining a great many specimens we have decided that the importance women attach to seeing a bran new baby is greatly exaggerated Iron From the Sea- After five years work and at a cost of 2500000 170 acres of the richest iron deposits in England have been from the sea on the Cumberland coastby means of a semicir cular spa barrier almost 7000 feet long 210 feet wide at the base 83 oldIsea yards further inland made 5000I 000 tons of ore available but eight years later a bed of quicksand established connections between the underground workings and the sea and the occurrence indicated the im portance of a larger area being in closed if the work in the mines was to be carried on in safety The first outer bank of the new wall is of rub ble limestone protected on the sea ward side by twentyfiveton con crete blocks distributed irregularly so as to break the force of the waves and carried 10 feet above high wa ter of the ordinary spring Jides Thinner e bank is also of limestoneof less dimensions while the center is of clay filling with a puddle core into which is housed the top of the piling under the bank forming a subma rine cut off from further trouble by quicksand Costliest Picture Frame- It is an undisputed fact that more money is expended for frames than for pictures Perhaps this may be accounted for easily enough Any vulgar person of sudden wealth money to burn can be a judge of frames whereas it requires years of intimate association with art to ap preciate a picture A chromo in a 50 frame would fool most of the so called connoisseures in painting A daub in one worth 10000 paz Kle the world of art The most costly frame in the world is said to be which incloses the Virgin and Child in the Milan cathedral It is made of hammered gold and is worth 125000 There are gorgeous fames in Senator clarks ragtime unlace i rlglnal I nsplrlnji ttractlvo NIIM MNININ I- IL i 4 Y FRESH BUTTER Used to Cure in a tarium IBlttel fresh sweet wad large quantities will enter largely into the diet of tuberculosis patients at Sum ett Hill Penn who are to receive the new Scotch treatment for con sumlltwnIThe use of butter adopted by Scotch physicians in Highland sani has worker a must amazing number of cures even in advanced caWs Absolute freshness is in sister upon the butter never being more than three days old Its use is pusher to an extreme thatwould be impossible in persons of normal health The system of a tuberculosis patient demands the hy drocarbon that is found in milk pro ducts and many patients find no dull cults in consuming half a poundof butter every day Eagle Sanitarium where the new treatment will be applied for the first time in America will be equipiH cd with a staff of the physicians and nurses who have from hos pitals in which tubercolosis patients receive Besides the new Scotch theatment all the most modern methods that are approved by scientists will be used How He Won Her It iso sudden exclaimed the Huffyhaired girl who had just beets invited to stand up and face the per bachelor You must give me time to reflect No no retorted the diplomatic young manone whose dazzling beauty makes a mirror ashamed of itself should never go into the re Election business Let this solitaire ring do the reflecting And the records of the license clerk show that it was even so Never Was a Waiter Going to the reception tonight Uncle Henry No I have no dress suit No dress suit No You see 1 never happened tit any time to be a waiter iiMtiirniiicn Balsam SorosThroatAmerican Pharmacal Co Chemists Hvansvllle Louis Columbia fjiraphophone TALKING MACHINES IBESTMachines 750 100 Machines 65 0 Graphophono all kinds of music perfectly band orchestra violin IJvoaal Instrumental solos 5eta It Is an endless source of Clear D Loud Unrivaled A 125I1nINININ1NInINInlnlillNltl Consumption SanlI tariums graduated sPlCialuttention IIIIIXIYIIIIX X111I NINININIIMINNIII1111111INN NIN WNININ COLUMBIA Gold Moulded 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and quartettes amusement Musical Brilliant III IN 1i t sonwithaneligible W Cylinder 1IIIINININIIIIII One Wy Rater Four t Miiy rates VAIIIIIN i folks buy build lines a nJ f RIch E ntortulnlnjg tjC uptlvntlnic outwourlng Rcaronunt D ollightful Superior y 1 Iun Il21 u u I uu1 i o7Inch10Inch 1 ouch 10 per Grand Oporu Records mnclp In only 2 ouch dozenIserif for lifmml catalogue of machineW bare all the now1 popular hits h t rgords cylinders and discs 1 CompanyII7H9 Grand PriZe IIir Lttartllttitlt111LSiLouis1904II I u RNary h r N- rN TI c r 1WHITE MANS LAND I Australia Bars All Colored Races and Has Many Unique Laws lIIIH Cllr Slur 1 it Miss lJ Salvara IL young Austral 4 ion women active in the pnlitica world of her native country was ini Kansas City for a few hours SanII cently She is on the way to Francisco where Hhe will take a M for Australia She had halted i r Kansas City she wild because it re A 1mihdetl her of home It was something in the ni something in the rolling gree field we passed through coming hen from SL Louis that decided me i fit she said And 1 like your city I like it better than any other city in America Your men arc bigger The women look more animated And although you seem busy yon get about In a more deliberate way But you ought to keep factories outside city limits Every city in Aus tralia does that We consider the f health and comfort of our people to l be to the interests of the Spt of the nation to see that its peop- lare vigorous and healthy and well conditionedAustralia is a big island continent almost as large as the United States and its population is not yet 5000000 The country is 17000 miles from Englandand 10000 mile from San Francisco Ten years ago nearly every domestic bank in the country failed and the great 4 I drought which had lasted nine yea only broke last November Immigration from England is not helpingus to open up the country I Wo arc not encouraging It greatly Ono Man reach New York from Europe i for 30 the cheapest rate to + Australia is about 150 We absolutely bar out Chinese Japanese and practically all colored people In I t the far northern countries where I Y thesugarllantutioltsaretbeysemplo t when the States were united under the commonwealth a national net was passed directing the tlellortalioIi of the Kanakas within L may reduce the planters profits hut there is a firm determination to make Australia nil whitea white mans countryand every other consideration f must give place to it Now she continued my views are extreme I am by no means an aggressive Socialist They coincide with those of the great bulk of the peoJlle You see our conditions are so different from those in the Unit ed States In Australia the and not private companies own all the railroads The trolley lines are all owned or in course of being owned by the municipalities Most o the electric lighting plants are mu nicipal property Water supply and irrigation are State concerns All postal telegraph and telephone bus iness are national monopolies Judges are appointed for life paid high salaries I and receive ample pension on I retirement They take no part in politics The Police Department i a State affair Policemen are ap pointed for life promoted by seniority and merit arid pensioned on re tirement by means of endowment policies They are prohibited from taking any part in politics and they never infringe that rule The head ptfofthe department is never political He is a civil servant appointed for life Many of our laws probably interfere with private enterprise but th burglar is always enterprising and usually quite private and he objects with equal reason to laws g f his activity The burglar is a pub lic enemy who renders no service in return But so we think is the employer who pays sweating wages or compels men and women to work unreasonably long hours or employs little children And so every State in the commonwealth hats factory act limiting the hours of labor fix ing the minimum wage and pre crib ing sanitary conditions Four out of the six States are operating old age pension schemes Except as friendly benefit so cieties trades unions are dead Compulsory arbitration is in force in J three States and voluntary arbitra tion in the others We take the view that men who strike and employers a who lockout are both inter fering wUh the vested labor and capital rights of allied industries 1 h l lA G GUJPDS MIRRORI The beauty of a woman face or figure U but the external sign of the good health within Dr R V IMerce of Buffalo N V the upecialUt in vvomciiN disease Further to be happy nnd beautiful naturallyhave Now if a woman droggingdowfeelhrgs with constantly cc- turning pains and Itreatdrlliu talltynml strength hcMIII never look beautiful The feeling miudthp tondificrlltyThereroar great rpecialiM one who has made th- diseaea of women a specialty for a third of A censure like Dr K V Tierce founder of lnrlltulrnofI held nacredly confidential and he gives his advice free and without charge During a long period of Doctor Pierce found that a prescription made up entirely of toots and herb without thus of alcohol cured ninetyeight per cent of melt runes After lining this remedf for putitwhere medicines are handled In canes Dr R V Tierces Irnvoril- Ttescriptiemt r will fit the needs and put tll body in healthy condition So ores of it ii Dr Tierce he offers a reward of Etm for women who cannot be 1cure1 of Icucotrhea Female Weakness Trolapsus or Falling of Womb All be- a a fair and reasonable trial of his uiciiii of cure youIntellilcucelitiite expenseeAdl er In paper covets fete Address lr R V Tierce Buffalo N V Dr Tierces Pleasant Pellets are the most desirable laxative for delicate women The Court cites both parties to the dispute makes an award and those awards have always been obeyed Appeals are not permitted Women have the franchise i commonwealth elections and in three- S of the States and they vote too I left Australia for England in 1903 That year four murders were committed in the whole common wealth and tour culprits were hang ell Of course Constables do not carry fire IJrl sbut neither do citi zens Otherwise we are just as human as the rest of people But mur der is not the popular pastime that it appears to bein San Francisco for instance We are building up slowly the healthiest and most robust people in the British empire Were almost as independent and self gov erning a people as are the people of this country and were making ex periments in the organization of hu manity just as the people of this country The political idea here seems to be individual and ours col lectivist but Ive seen something o England and a little of America and I am going back home to Australia We all speak the same tongue an between us we are going to keep the peace of the world Son Lost Mother-s Consumption runs in our family and through III lost my mother writes E B Reid of Harmony il- erFor the past five years however on slightest sign of a Cough a Cold I have taken Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which has saved me from serious lung trouble Ills 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 Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price 50c and 100 guar anteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bras drug store Trial bottlefree m Radium as a Curt for Cancer Before a gathering of physicians tend medical students in the pperat ing room of the Flower Hospital Dr W Harvey King performed two op erations for cancer by inserting cel luloid pencils coated with a solutio- of radium The method employe- o is the latest development of the application of radium as a destroyer of cancerous cell and differs from the use of radium in tubes By utilizing a recent discovery of a Now York chemist coating placed upon a pencil of celluloid is inserted in the affected area and the pecu liar property of radium of destroy ing disease germs without breaking down living tissues is demonstrat ed A Scientific Discovery Kod Dyspepsia Cure does for tKe stomach that which it is unable to do for itself Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the natural juices of diges tion and does the work of the atom ach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of tha organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests you eat and enables the stomach an digestive organ to transform all food into rich red blood Sold by Z yneGrlffinBrJj m I t tJ3s u5 Y s + t 1hu tas rl BAT DINNERS I And Snakes Boiled in Rice Eaten by Soldiers in the Philippines Nearly a month 24 days to b correctwe have been sitting in thi forsaken barrio waiting for tin coast guardboat to take the detachment round to attack Enrique da Gujas stronghold at Maslog say a Samar correspondent to the Manil times Twenty four days with no word from the outside world nothI ing to do and what is almost worst j nothing to eat When he was her last Major Dade told tis that he was going to take Captain Crocketts force up to the Dolors River in th course of the next few days so w stayed with them for wherever the Malitia battalion goes there is usual ly some hard fighting But day after day has passed and we have seen no welcome smoke oh the horizon and with the settling of Seach sun the food question has be come more and more ucuts Even when the coast guardboat left us o January 22 bats formed part of the menu and as time went on other things weirder still appeard on the table until boiled snake and rice formed the sole food of the day Needless to say the detachment hardly flourished on this diet and two days ago 50 men were sent through to endeavor to raise some thing eatable from the military there These have just returned jvith a fewI 1 ads of stuff and a budget of mad dening disappointing news It was thne pulijanes being in force at g was reported and since then this insolent brigands have been holding the place openly defying the author ities Duel By AvalancheIGenera Cur London IxpresJ Two young Italians named GUett- and Sorato both in their teens an living in a little village near Bellin zona fell in love with the same girl who is said to have liked both suitors equally well The young men after many serious quarrels decided on a very orig inal plan to settle the dispute In forming their parents that they were going on an excursion to the mountains they set out for tile Splu gen Pass which is notorious for its avalanches at this time of year the most slope stanfI for two hours every day between 9 dangeroud s e and allow fate to decide their des tinyFor three mornings these conditions were carried out but nothing serious happened though several avalanches came down the slope but not near the foolhardy youths rOn the fourth day an enormous avalanche passed near Guetta who was knocked down by the rush of air but not hurt As the young men had no more food left they returned to the village to procure somebut the author ities got wind of the affair and imprisonmentsTheyouths then decided to draw lots for the girland Sorato won Guetta left the village and the young couple were married yesterday FOR BOTH One disease of thinness in adultsdblood i both need more fat These diseases thrive on leanness Fat is the best menus of overcoming them cod liver of makes tho best and healthiest fat and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective 01Jllltlllshows why Scotts Emulsion of so much value in all Gaels a scrofula and consumption More nourisht ment thats why sampledSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Purl Street New Yor- kaaeanasloa n it u to AlldwgjUti WISE OLD PIG Knows Then When The Train Is Coming And The Town Dependson Here few linens IliiifoHeniorrnt isSpeaking of educated animals reminds me of a hog out in Texas said a man who keeps an eye out for the queer things of the slay ands want to say right at the start that this particular hog is just about M wise as they make them This par titular member of the swine type- e is an old sow She has raised a number of families and has always managed to take good care of here self and of her flocks during the pee riod of their dependency She has for a number of years been in the habit of meeting the passengertrain which stops once each day at the little village where she lives The train may sometimes be a little late but the old sow is always there on the tick of the clock and she will re main there until the train comes inn She is the first member of the little community to hear the whistle blow and the citizens take particular ride in the fact that she alway hears the whistle before they do In fact in this matter they have come to rely upon her to a very large extent Instead of watching and listening for the train they will simply watch the hog When she turns her ears down the track grunts and mean deer up to where the baggage car generally stops the citizens bestir themselves and get ready for the train They know from experience that the old sow knows exactly what she is doing She never makes a mistake She meets the passenger train only Pay trains freight train and special trains never confuse her She doesnt pay any attention to them This is one reason why the citizens always watch the hog YouIthe train crew is in the habit of feed ing her They save all he scraps andoften accumulate a good square meal for the old sow by the tine the station is reached Thats why she never misses the train Strictly Genuine Most of the patent medicine testi morals are probably genuine The following notice recently appeared- in the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a well known engineer run ning on the Missouri Pacific betwee Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared in a big one with a picture and 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 says it cured him He recommended it to others who vllo also cured Kodols Dyspepsia Cure digests what you cat and cures all stomach trou bles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m- An Amateur Gardener Mrs BlackYour husband is so straight out from the shoulder He always calls a spade a spade doesnt he Mrs White I thought he die but yesterday I was listening while he was spading up a garden patch and Im sure I heard him call it some thing else I Thank the LordI 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 I had suffered for r years It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at Z Griffin Bros drug 1store25c m Bidding Too Low CliTrland Loader Office BoyDe boss cant see no callers dis morninseqI- nsistent Visitor Say Ill give you a dime to take this card in to him Office BoyAh fudge He gives ma bigger wages dan dat fer not a doin it IHot Weather Piles shouldfMot weather and bad drinking water contribute to the conditons which make Piles more painful and danger ous DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve etAps 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 s r n is I 1inand has under sonal supervision since Its perIAllow no omit to deceive you in All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstnsgood are but Experiments that trifle with mill cmlnngcr tho health of Infants anti Children experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops nnd Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates tho sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf soars the Signature of 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Two ClCltTAU COUpaN TT MURMV THCCT New YORK CITY- I SSSSSS Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why Decant It cures completely and at once It relieves the 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political world of her native country was in Kansas City for n few hours re cently She is on the way to San Francisco where she will take a shit- for Australia She had halted it reImifJedsomething in the rolling green field we passed through coming her from St Louis that decided me she said And I like your city I like it better than any other city in America Your men are bigger The women look more animated And although you seem busy you get about In a more deliberate way But you ought to keep factories out side city limits Every city in Aus tralia does that We consider tilt health and comfort of our people to be paramount to the interests of th factory owners It is the business of the nation to see that its people are vigorous und healthy and well conditioned Australia is a big island conti nent almost as large as the United States and its population is not yet 5000000 The country is 17000 miles from Englandand 10000 miles from San Francisco Ten years ago nearly every domestic bank in the r country failed and the great drought which had lasted nine years only broke lust November Immigration from England is not helpingus to open up the country Wo are not encouraging it greatly Ono Can reach New York from Eu rope for 30 the cheapest rate toII Australia is about 150 We abso r lutcly bar out Chinese Japanese and f practically all colored people In the fat northern countries where the sugar plantations are t1ey employ Kanakas from the South seas but when the States were united under the commonwealth national act was passed directing tho deportation of the Kanakas within six years It may reduce the planters profits but there is a inlet determinations make Australia nil white a white mans countryand every other consideration must give place to it Now she continued my views are extreme I am by no means an aggressive Socialist They coincide with those of the great bulk of the people You see our conditions are so different from those in the United States In Australia the States and not private companies own all the railroads The trolley lines areI all owned or in course of being owned by the municipalities Most of the electric lighting plants are mu nicipal property Water supply and irrigation are State concerns All postal telegraph and telephone bus inessure national monopolies Judges are appointed for life paid high sal aries and receive ample pension on retirement They take no part in politics The Police Department is a State affair Policemen are pointed for life promoted by senlolI ity and merit mid pensioned on retirement by means of endowment policies They are prohibited from taking any part in politics and they never infringe that rule The head of the department is never political He is a civil servant appointed for life Many of our laws probably inter fere with private enterpne but the burglar is always enterprising and usually quite private and he objects with equal reason to laws limiting his activity The burglar is a pub lic enemy who renders no service in return But so we think is the employer who pays sweating wages or compels men and women to work unreasonably long hours or employs little children And so every State in the commonwealth has its factory act limiting the hours of labor fixing the minimum wage and prescrib ing sanitarY conditions Four outI of the six States are operating old age pension schemes Except as friendly benefit so cieties trades unions are dead Compulsory arbitration is in force in three States and voluntary arbitra tion in the others We take the view that men who strike and em ployers who lock out are both inter feringtwith the vested labor and capital rights oi allied industries 4 I eWDS MIRROR The beauty of a womans face or figure abut the external alga of the Rood health wilitinesays ur K V pierce of Buffalo N V the specialist in womens diseases Further to be happy and beautiful naturallyhave Now if a woman d13KIIIIIIdoiIfcellnlt with constantly pains greatdrain talltvand strenirth ahe will never look beautiful The feelings mindlheltogdimcllltyI flof Buffalo X V All correspondence is sacredly confidential and he gives his advice free and without charge During n long period of practice Doctor Pierce found that a prescription made up entirely of roots and herb without the use of alcohol cured ninetyeight per cent of such cases After using this remedy for putItwhere medicines are handled In many cases Dr R V Tierces Favorite Prescription will fit the need and put the body in healthy condition So sure of It it Ir Tierce be offers a reward of 500 for women who cannot be cured of I ucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or falling of Womb All he a a fir and reasonable trial of his wean of cure youredilute Send at onecent to pay expense of mailing and gel Dr Pierces Medical Adlser In paper covers fret Addreis Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets arc the most desirable laxative for delicate women The Court cites both parties to the dispute makes an award and those awards have always been obeyed Appeals are not permitted Women have the franchise in commonwealth elections and in three of the States and they vote too I left Australia for England in 1103 That year four murders were committed in the whole common hangltsl carry fire arms but neither do citizens Otherwise we are just as hu man as the rest of people But mur thattappears for instance We are building up slowly the healthiest and most robust people in the British empire Were almost as independent and sclfgov erning a people as are the people of this country and were making ex periments in the organization of humanity just as the people of this country The political idea here seems to be individual and ours collectivist but Ive seen something of Englandand a little of America and I am going back home to Australia We all speak the same tongue and between us we are going to keep the peace of the world Son Lost Mother Consumption runs in our family and through it I lost my mother writes E B Reid of Harmony Sic 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 learned that lung trouble must not be neglected and how to cure it Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price 50c and 100 guar anteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bras drugstore Trial bottlefree m Radium as a Cure for Cancer Before a gathering of physicians and medicalstudents in the operat ing room of the Flower Hospital Dr W Harvey King performed two operations for cancer by inserting celluloid pencils coated with n solution of radium The method employed- is the latest development of the ap plication of radium as a destroyer of cancerous celland differs from the use of radium in tubes By utilizing a recent discovery of a New York chemista coating placed upon a pencil of celluloid is inserted in the affected area and the pecu liarproperty of radium of destroying disease germs without breaking down living tissues is demonstrated 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 diges tion 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 engblesthe stomach and digestive organ to transform all food into rich rod blood Sold by Z WayneGriffin Brqm + 1 4 BAT DINNERS And Snakes Boiled in Rice Eaten by Soldiers in the Philippines Nearly a month24 days to be correct we have been sitting in this forsaken barrio waiting for the coast guardboat to take the detach ment round to attack Enrique da Gujas stronghold at Maslog says a Samar correspondent to the Manila times Twenty four days with no word from the outside world nothing to do and what is almost worse nothing to eat When he was here last Major Dade told Us that he was going to take Captain Crocketts force up to the Dolors River in the course of the next few days so we stayed with them for wherever the Malitia battalion goes there is usual ly some hard fighting But day after day has passed and we have seen no welcome smoke oh the horizon and with the settling of each sun the food question has be come more and more acuts Even when the coast guardboat left us on January 22 bats formed part of the menu and as time went on other things wVnrder still appeard on the table until boiled snake and rice formed the sole food of the day Needless to say the detachment hardly flourished on this diet and two days ago 50 men were sent through to endeavor to raise some thing eatable from the military there These have just returned with a fewI bads of stuff and a budget of maddening disappointing news It wasI on December 14 that the fact of the pulijanes being in force at Maslog was reported and since then thtsj insolent brigands have been holding the place openly defying the author ities hCDuel By AvalancheI tOn rii Cur London ExpreseJ Two young Italians named Guetta and Sorato both in their teens andI living in a little village near BellinI zona fell in love with the same girl who is said to have liked both suitors equally well The young men after many serious quarrels decided on a very orig luau plan to settle the dispute Informing their parents that they were going on an excursion to the mountains they set out for theSplu gen Pass which is notorious for its avalanches at this time of year Choosing the most exposedslope they agreed that each shouldstand for two hours every day between 9 and 11 a m the most dangerous time in the path of the avalanche desIItiny tions were carried out but nothing serious happened though several- avalanches cane down the slope but not near the foolhardy youths On the fourth day an enormous avalanche passed near Guetta who was knocked down by the rush of air but not hurt As the young men had no more food left they returned to the vii Inge to procure somebut the authorities got wind of the affair nmlI threatened them with imprisonment Theyouths then decided to draw lots for the girland Sorato won Guetta left the village and the young couple were married yesterday FOR BOTH One disease of thinness in children is scrofula j in adults poorbloodThese diseases thrive on leanness Fat is the best menus of overcoming them cod liver oil makes tho best and healthiest fat and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil natural order of things tllntf shows why Scotts Emulsion of BO much value in all cases of scrofula and consumption More fat more Weight more nourish ment thats why Send for free sample SCOTTtat BOWNE Chemists 404 J5 Purl Street New York 60c allS 100 II tt aG AUdniggtiU WISE OLD PIG l Knows Then When The Train is Coming And The Town Dependson Her Now orltiiu JIuw1IrrmortutJ Speaking of educatedanimals reminds mu of a hog out in Texas said a man who keeps an eye out for the queer things of the nay and I want to say right at the start that this particular hog is just about as paria number of families and has always herself riod of their dependency She has for a number of years been in the habit of meeting the passengertrain which stops once each day at the little villege where she lives The train may sometimes be a little late but the old sow is always there on the tick of the clock and she will re main there until the train comes in She is the first member of the little community to hear the whistle blow and the citizens take particular Jiride in the fact that she alway hears the whistle before they do In fact in this matter they have come to rely upon her to a very large extent Instead of watching and listening for the train they will simply watch the hog When she turns her ears down the track grunts and meanders up to where the baggage car generally stops the citizens bestir themselves and get ready for the train They know from experience that the old sow knows exactly what she is doing She never makes a mistake She meets the passenger train only Pay trains freight train andspecial trains never confuse her She doesnt pay any attention to them This is one reason why the citizens always watch the hog They might err the hog never You it is a matter of business with her the train crew is in the habit of feeding her They save all he scraps and often accumulate a good square meal for the oldsow by the tilde the station is reached Thats why she never misses the train Strictly Genuine Most of the patent medicine testi monals are probably genuine The following notice recently appeared in the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a well known engineer running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared in a big one with a pictureand when he was in this office today we asked him about it He says he had I terrific pains in his stomach and thought he had cancer His druggist recommended Kodol and he says it cured him He recommended it to others who ire also cured Kodols Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin BrosmAn Amateur Gardener Mrs BlackYour husband is so straight out from the shoulder He always calls a spade a spade doesnt he MrsWhiteI thought he die but yesterday I was listening while he was spading up a garden patch and Im sure I heard him call it something else I Thank the Lords 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 I had suffered for p years It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at drugtitorerBidding Too Low ClerrUnil Lradrr J Office Boy De boss cant see no callers dis morninsettI- nsistent Visitor Saj Ill give you a dime to take this card in to him Office BoyAim fudge He gives ma bigger wages dan dat for not a doin it r Hot Weather Piles Persons afflicted with Piles should yearlIotcontribute to the conditons which make Piles more painful and dangerous DeWitts 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 l e r sCJ r itptg A s a3rYIti beeniii u u Iand has been made under his supervision pcrIno to deceive you l11 All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgod are hut Experiments that trlllo with and sponger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare- gorIc Drops anti Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance ago Is guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Toad regulates tho sleepTheCENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS SJ Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years emrIi 1- r 0 0 Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why Because It cum completely and at once It relleres the paoga of n llrlng dtatb All cases of rlee can bi by a surgical operation hut you would rather riles cured without the HAIUIIH 1OSlTlVi VILE CURE will Jolt Made by the LcItchdeM IharumcalCo Inc Foriuleby J H WILLIAMS Hartford Kyt TO BE OF VALUE MUST BE USEFUL Abusiness education can be used every day and is therefore the best education obtainable Hundreds of graduates in permanent positions owe their success to a course in LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE We teach thoroughly and practically Bookkeeping Penmanship Business Arithmetic Spelling Commercial Law Correspondence Banking Shorthand Typewriting and Actual Business practice Large Patronage Cheap Board Tuition Write for catalogue Address LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE IND OR HOPKINSVILLE KY Correct Silverware Correct In characterdesignand- worknlansllipis as necessary as dainty china or fine linen if gOodtaste 1847 ROGERS BROS pIeceforpurchased from leading dealers ever where m CilalopoCL tells about the genultZ International Slim Co Mtrldcn Cona l p THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do I your JOt Printing in a first class manner sonal since its Allow ouo Its Its cured have Itnlfc only you Work as good as the best nnd prices as chonp sly t II lIHu pest Give us Vi ur order and bo LiOllVi111Id IIAGOODEYEASTBADYHANDANDAI Ask jrcur pmkct dnler tad liilil M CHIC crodi If you an- DoCI ubutn peen olll etlp ciinu luNJ upon w celyi of tkt alre tarIllutatedcake eacsd Ip mac IMulf FIM J STEVENS ARMS 6 TOOL CIHCOTEE POno4OP PALLS MATA V sA CO11 J+ + + + C + H O i FEMACURAMany remedleeforFemale lIeeaspearrontbemntkrtlmt the only ins lhutahas proven to be an atuolote and positive raw fur nU tore rd IVnml TrouMe FKMACUItA A tingle trial will ionvlore the motcVfiitlfiil of Ise niio t ml raculoua curative powers Made only bjr the LKITCIIFItTID PllAUJlACU Inc For sere by- J 0jH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 1 I U++t + ++++++++4++++4+ f+ i II Hartford Republican blued by tlio Hartford rnl ll hlng Company INroBJoRAEn1 V E VJUTIIlauor IEr30E0Cum crlanN31 SZOUYh rx02t FRIDAY MAY 12 REPUBLICAN TICKET roil liniHESKNTATIVK CHARLES C BEARD II FOIL CIlVNTV JUIIIIK W B TAYLOR FOIL corNTV coriir nKiiK Ii1VS TINSLEY KOII COlNTV ATTOKVKV E M WOODWARD r FOIl HHKIUPF R B MARTIN I FOR JUlKIl OSCAR MIDKIFF FOR SUrEIUNTGXDENT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE FORASSKSSOIl SAM W LEACH FOR SURVEYOR NATHANIEL MOXLEY rOil COIONn- J RaMnAtM You MAOISTHATB We are authorlicJ to nnnonmo JOHN M iilIBITZ IUI n candidate fop the Ptflf QI Aare trait til tie Cruiiurrii iSUtrlct subject to the ac Viuuot the Republican party We are authorized to announce MACK COOK ao n candidate for the office of Magistrate ol the Cromwell dUtrlct nbect to the action of Re publican party We are anthorlitd to announce W P Mil + IKit horse Branch as a candidate for the of n of Magistrate of the Cromwell district sub jct to the action of the Republican lnrlYIWe are nnthorlied to announce JOHN M IIRAIIAM Narrows as a candidate for the office of Magistrate of the Sulphur OIrloI dlntrlct subject to the action of the Republican party Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify usiHISTORY will record him as Joseph Veto Folk HAVE you looked over the Street Fair premium listITHE Hartford Street Fair on May 2627 will be the biggest ever hatIT is Carter Harri son hugs himself every time he reads a report of the Chicago strike PHYSICIANS declare the fatal epi rdemic that has broken out among the Colorado bears to be an aggravated case of Teddyitis IK TilE seventeen year locusts should come in 1907 as predicted byt entomologists they would materially aid Col Bryan in his calamity cam paign A young Romeo of South Dakota has just startedon married life at the age of ninetyfive years More trouble for the Oslerr theory TILE tributes of respect to Fitzhugh Lee were not sectional but nationalc Happy day will it be when the bit terness of the sectional strife has been forgottenI AN exchange says If Grover Cleveland is not careful the Wom ens Clubs will be turning to Bryan as their friend and protector Well there are a great many women whot go to extremes Tim Cincinnati Enquirer pausesI long enough to say party needs is soundI 1DemocratIc When we recall George Fred Wile Hams and others we cannot smother the opinion that the party has had too much sound doctrine TilE failure of the jury in the Hargis case to reach a verdict and the subsequent release of the defendant on bail leaves Jim HarI gis still on top not only in Breathitt county but in the councils of the Democratic party He is stillI I Judge of Breathitt and represents I the Tenth district in the Democratic State Central Committee He has not been acquitted of the graveII charge against him neither been found guilty by the twelve men who sat as jurors in the case That he is guilty of conspiracy to murder James Cockrell and has been found guilty by a higher court than the Fayette Circuit Court the people there is no question That he will ultimately be freed from the grave charge for which he was tried there is not the slightest doubt There are reasons for this abnormal state of affairs Hargis is rich high up in the councils of Democracy and holds an official position When Caleb Powers a mountain Republican was three times tried in the blue grass for an alleged of fense similar in every particular so far as the legal phase of the cases are concerned except that not mor than one tenth of the damaging evi dence was produced against him as was produced against Hargis I twelve partisan Democratic jurors satin each trial when Hargis mountain Democrat was tried in th Blue Grass twelve Democratic ju rors sat in the case When Caleb Powers was tried the State through its officers expended vast sums of money in hiring lawyers and pro curing evidence while Hargis i as prosecutedalone by the prosecuting attorney assisted by counsel hired by relatives of the murderedman There are other reasons why thes two famous cases have ended dif ferently but these are sufficient to remind us of the vast pow er arid far reaching effects of money and the unequalchances that may be wrought upon a citizen bya lax or strenuous enforcement of what some are pleased to call the taw J = sMAttH Use May nllr and Mrs James Trunrtfcll and children were the guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter arffother relatives here from Sunday till Wednesday 0 W Overhuls and Will Howell who have been students at Hartford College have returned home Miss Ida Addingtonwho was quite sick last week is able to be out againMrs Alva Calloway Miss Maude Calloway and Mrs Sallie Allen Messrs Bob Godsey Chas Overton and Herman Addington attended Quarterly meeting at Hopewell last Sunday Miss Mag Hatcher Centertown is the guest of her aunt Mrs Jennie Ross who has been quite sick Mr and Mrs Allen Buskill and children and Miss Alice Fulkerson returned from a visit of several days to relatives at Central City Mr and Mrs Jas A Bennett left Sunday for a weeks visit at Madi sonville Mr P B Taylor went to Evans vi Saturday with several hogs and calves for the market Jas H Fulkerson went to see Tom Harris who is quite sick Saturday Will Morton and wife and little son and Era Garrett and John Bar Ceralvo were the guests of Sam Morton and family Sunday- C E Bullock who has been quiet sick for some time is no better Ross Morton who has been attending school at Hartford has returned homeMrs Sam Morton returned Thursday from Livermore She was accompanied by her granddaughters little Misses Mary and Ethel Bar nard who will remain until next SundayA Hunt was the guest of his parents Saturday and Sunday Messrs L B Overhults and John Spring Humors to most people and cause many troubles pimples bolls and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired feeling fits of biliousness indigestion and headache The sooner one gets rid of them the and the way to get rid of them and to build up the system that ilea suffered from them is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and PillseForming in combination the Spring Medicine par excellence of unequalled strength In purifying the blood as by unequalled radical and permanent cures of Scrofula Salt Rheum Head Bella Pimples All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism atarrh Dyspepsia Etc Accept no substitute but be sure to et Hoods and get it today i AyersYour doctor will tell you that thin pale weak nervous chil dren become strong and well by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few da- ysSarsaparilla j The change is very prompt I yourdoctorformula and will explain Vlirn 11 seen nlit far many months no blodihealtheYlnelaud NJ f100 a bottle J c Area ro- IxwHL forlr Mull The Children Blllousnossconstlpatlonprovontroe Morton and Misses Nina Bullockand Lucy Withrow went to Ceralvo last Sunday A large crowd is expected to be a Equality the 28th The occasion will be the filing of the grave of Mr W H Fulkerson by the Masons 11eRev G H Lawrence or or RENDER May 9Mr and Mrs Jno Carr moved from here to Echols last ThursdayCity Reneer wasin Center town last Wednesday Charles Stevens Horse Branchwas- I the gtlCit Of Ills slater Mrs B W Peters last Wednesday Richard Francis of Central City was how Infet Wednesday G W Burton was in Depoy last ThursdayJno Spence was in Central City last Thursday- G L Miller Cloverport was here last Friday Messrs J M Porter and D B Rhoads Beaver Dam were here last FridayMiss Pearl TinsleYreturned from Hopkinsville last Friday after a visit of two weeks E S Read was in Rockport last SaturdayR Kenneson went to Deanfield SaturdayProf Moseley and Simon Stevens went to Beaver Dam last SaturdayDr Oscar McKenney Beaver Dam was here last Saturday Mr and Mrs G B Roll were in Beaver Dam yesterday- S F Howey Central City was here yesterday Simon Jones went to Louisville to day to attend the races for a few daysE H Massie Louisville was here today Miss Rosabel Cobb returned to her home in Sacramento today Mrand Mrs E F Rowe Herrin Ill are visiting here Mrs E D Burton Staunton III is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs T Jahn J W Tilford is on the sick list at this writingIWm Boone was in Echols to day Geo Edwards is in Caneyville this week J Call For Convention At a call meeting of the Republican commitee of the Centertown Magisterial district held in Centertown Ohio county Ky on Saturday May 6th 1905 the following resolution was adopted conventiontown Ky on Monday June 5th 1905 at 1 oclock p moo for the purpose of Nominating candidates for Magistrate and constable to be voted for at the November election J905 and that precinct conventions be held in each of the voting precincts in said district on Saturday June3rd 1905 at 130 oclock p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend said dis convention on June 5th and that ach r recinct be allowed the followed delegated vote Centertown 5 Ceralvot 2 Smallhouse llPoint and the candidate receiving a majors ity of the delegate votes cast in said district convention shall be declared the nominee of theRepublican party for said office 43t4 G F CHAPMAN Chmn I or CANE RUN May 8Miss Lou Hoover retuned- to I her home Saturday after spend ing six months teaching in Okla homa improvingIMonia wero the guests of their friends G J Christian and family SundayDr Sandbach who is attending theIguestHe expects to return to the city dayj is visiting his par town Ira Daniel Olaton filled his reg SutiIday Miss Murphy of Olaton visited her aunt Mrs Pheiby Christian SundayJ Miller was the guest of rel atives and friends near Jit Vernon last week Jim B Johnson visited his father near Caneyville last week Master Clea Miller Horse Branch is the guest of his cousin Master Marvin Christian Selling Out vareQueenswaret ments one house and lot one horse and wagon and store fixtures Come and get a bargaina D L D SANOKRFUR 42t3 Beaver Dam Ky CIRCUIT COURT MAY TERM 1ST PAY 1903 3S65 Comth vs Willie Walker 3960 vs W E Russell 4176 vs Alex Nichilnn 4201 vs Orbrey House 1202I129 vs Jack Smith 1239 vs William Reddish a2aovs Cicero Kidens 4253 us John Foster 4252 vs Mattie Adkins 1118 vs Charley Robinson 4266 vs Virgil Mills 4273 vs Walter Dick 4275 vs Virgil Mills 4279 vsWm Ezell 4281 vs Chas Smith 4292 vs Cicero Smith 4293 S a294 vs 4295 vs 4296 vs 4297 vs 4312 vs Bob Ragland 4316 vs Lester Arbuckle Rc 4331 vs Robert Ragland 1332 vs 333 S y 4334 4vs433j 4vs4336 vs 4337 vs 4338 vs Robert Porter 4339 vs Annie May Allen Lane 4340 vs James Espy 4343 4344 vsI4345 vaI4347 vs 4348 vv 4349 vs Albert Long MAY TERM 2ND DAY 1905 j 4350 vs James Espy 4351 vs N J Johnston I 4352 vs J D McLead vs Tom Baird 4354 vs Dave Fisher I 4355 vs Tom Bard I 4356 vs Will Lee Fisher I 4357 vs J H Newton 5358 vs Lee Chinn 4359 vs j 4360 vsLalieChmn 4361 vs Garfield Maiden j 4362 vs Moses Hudson j 4363 vs Robert Ragland 4364 vs Tom Baird Ij 4365 vs Robert Ragland 4366 vs James Espy j 4367 vs A T Nail 4368 vs Robert Ragland 4369 vs Tom Baird 4370 vs A T NaIlj4371 vs Robert Ragland j 4372 vs 4373 vs Clarence Allen 4374 vs Robert Addison 4375 vs John Addison 4376 vs Will Blackburn 4377 4vsAT Nail j Notice By a typographical error in my bills concerning my horse Dr But lington the statement was left out I insure all colts to stand up and E L BULINGTON Resolutions of Respect Whereas God has seen best to call home Mrs Sarilda Stevens our dear sister and coworker of the Ladies Home Missionary Society and j J Whereas We feel the loss of one J who was ever faithful dutifuland J helpful in the M E church of which C t ROYAL Baking Powder Makes Clean Breed It With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with thc hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cieanlincssgreatestr facility sweet clean healthful food Full instructions in the U Royal linker and Pastry Cook book for making all kinds of bread biscuit and cake v with Royal linking Powder Gratis to any address ROYAL BAKING POWOtR CO 100 WILLIAM ST NtW YORK she was u member And therefore be it Resolved That her ninny friends will realize the vacancy made in our communityResolved That a ropy of these resolutions be sent to the bereft ones MRS LAURA McKiNNKY Miss BKLVA McCon ncr Com Miss BELLE BARNARD 5 NOCREEK May 10 Mrs Ellen Barnett returned to her home in Livermore the first of the week Mrs C M Barnett Hartford was the guest of her sister Mrs J W Sandorilr Mondial- Jntrtefl HUdSon and William Ward made a trip to Owensdoro this week with tobacco John Cantrill spent Sunday in Beaver DamjMrs Eddie Carson after several days visit here returned to her home in Illinois The Womans Missionary Society hul their first meeting for the year at Wisley Chapel yesterday afternoon Born to the wife of William Delaney on the Urd inst a boy Moth er and child doing well IVndleton Ward is improving vvr a raJl lIIIMrs Georgia Ward returned yes terday from Taylor Mines where sin 4 had been to sere Mrs Maggie Ward who ha11cen at the point of death with consumption She went into something like a trance Satunlav night and after remaining in this state for quiet a while she arose walked about the room telling hers friends who had thought she was dying that she had been to heaven and Jesus had told her he wouldre restore her to health She spent several hours in prayell fioMg and exhortation to her friends When last heard from she was much better sad her many friends here hope for her recovery She spends most of the time in song and praise M S IP 3v eEmBargaitis IN Twelve Thousand Dollars Worth of Merchandise The opportunity of a lifetime is now open to the people of Ohio county to supply themselves with llerchitndice gu unwaryHaving of the largest best selectol inthebefiH r themtheAnd again vo would impress you that this is 110 run down closing out sale no bankrupt sale but one merchunliso I ofthobeen opened They consist of all the staple Dry fashionableUlotIiThe DressGoods Department fitbricsforoverflowingThe Shoe Department Is a fort within itself Everything from tho most IndiesgentsThe Millinery Department f mostpopuletrall that taste and fashion can demand thopIfashionable circle The only proposition is Do youknow the value ofa dolllU1 II Do you earn tho thisopportunity andspendhero and inspecting this stock f RQGEQS t COILBeaverDam Ky 1 U 1 ri +3r31wl Sbw33Qr3w3 S13rA v3Aopywd3w 15AY- 7f I 9 Ii fi b 9frr0Ii 61 41 Your Spring Murelwmliso should bo no puzzling fo 19 question Of course you wiuit to buy from si largo + V and well selected stock You expect to pay crash i J and are entitled to the very best the market alKmls jjj 41 Wo are anxious to have your trade By our large 9 J stock and close cash prices wo know that wo are in b1 r 9Squalities no 41 doubt as to where you decide to make your pur At 9chase 9 41i Our Spring Millinery 9 At 41Is the talk of the town Never before have wo shown At J such an array of stylish Huts Three milliners con 41 stulltly busy spetl for us inure than wo can speak t 1 for ourselves Its enough to say that ladies that bf N want tho latest stylishly trimmel Hut come direct At- I 1 to us Courteous treatment and prompt service is 41our motto 941 41 bi Our Wash Goods 9 Look the lines in town over then come to us you 41 will find that wo arc headquarters for all thats now At in Wool Fabrics Stock too varied to go into de jJ 41 tails Come visit us or send for samples Complete At J line of Lace Yoking etcI to mntell Prices running J from 5c to 25c 9 41 At j 41 At Ladies and Misses Slippers jg Its a delight to show these goods Wo have all J I the now lusts the season affords Surely no lady can tt J exanlino our line without being favorably impressed t t i with their styles Sumo stock styles etc in chil 9 Jo hens Call early und see them 41 At 4 We certainly appreciate all past favors and are 9 = striving hy keeping a well solectetl stock our CASH t 49 SELLING and CASH BUYiNG motto to make our thouse your permanent trading place We want your At Eggs Feathers and Wool highest prices paid 1 I 41fi C1 AT 41 The Baroain denser 41 41 4iIi Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 12 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table North nmiiiil t No I3J In leTniu I So101dnearpm SO 17 noUlIplU rfniilli HoniKl So 11111111 e UI No 101 Ino tptu- Nn HI JnrU40 i Ut MOTIViTIIK tlRIIII1ICN will prim trr Dl rharae Mmory NtlC Obllnnrlt RCnlnt11na or Hwprcl- Kir lo itio xteut O tae word Allover Itnionnl re chHrm for ni Hir rule of le irr word fHH in mlvunc Artlrlen W exee of tae words will bf cut down lo rfqulrwl limit nn- lmnnrlaspill wh mllBimerlpl Io miry le a word in every lu fi ncf You can get a bargain in a Shirt at Long Cps My myI whatnice Vegetable Soup at City Restaurant Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky42tl2 John Blair Buford was a caller Tuesday at this office See the fine line o Cakes and Crack ers at City Restaurant If you want money for your Wool bring it to Carson CoIAbig line of ladies Neckwear now on display at Long CosIRev J A Bennett Nocreek was a pleasant callerWednesdaYII r Misses Stella and Carolynn War ner went to Louisville Wednesday 4c They will return Sunday I CANCER CUREDNo cure no pay Call on or address DR G F CHAPMAN OR EASLEY 42t4Centertown Ky r t r- r n ZlrJ Pretty line of Mohairs for Skirts at Fairs Fairs Clothing uptodate in style low price Fairs have the prettiest Slippers in Hartford Forty yards Bleach Remnant Calico for 75cat Carson Cos See Fairs Millinery Always something new to show you All kinds of sewing machine Supplies at City Restaurant P K Newton Fordsville was a caller at this office Tuesday Hot cornBread and Coffee at City Restaurant So good Fairs pay you 28c for wool in trade 26c cash Bring it to them Mr S H Paris of the Clear Run neighborhood called to see us yesterday Look at our line of mens lowcuts and Patent Leathers at from 225 up LONG Co Everything good to eat at City Res tau rapt Most uptodate place in Hartford Every week brings new and better things in Fairs 6c and lOc Bargain Basement 1Before leaving Hartford visit Fairs 5c and lOc Department in Basement 0 L Carpenter of Owensboro visited relatives in Hartford Monday and Tuesday IWehave agood lot of Pound Prints Percal and Toweling which costs you 2c to 2jc per yard CARSON Co Mr James P Thomas Cashier in the office of Surveyor of Port Louis ville was the guest of relatives here the first of the week I All kinds of Cool Drinks at Griffins Drug Store 4HUJ I My My that good Fish at City Restaurant Alex Carson Heflin was u very pleasant caller yesterday Try those Sweet ahd Sour Pickles at City Restaurant So nice If you have Chickens and Eggs to sell bring them to Carson Co Clerk E G Barrass visited his parents in Taylor Mines Sunday If you need Spring Clothing and nice Dress Goods come to Carson Co Bring us your Wool We pay top prices either in cash or trade CARSON Co Dont forget those nice Steak and Fish Meals at City Restaurant next Monday Mr Allen Gray of the East Hart ford neighborhood was a verypfeas ant caller last Friday The dry goods stores here willon and after May 15th close at 730 oclock except on Saturday Mr H A Babbitt of the Fords ville neighborhood was a very pleasant caller last Friday Those Steak Meals the City Res taurant serve are simply fine Try one when you are in Hartford Get your Meals and Lunches when in Hartford at City Restau rant Everything good Oat Messrs Clellon and Oscar Flener City spent last Sunday at Cromwell the guest of relatives and friends Why dont you price our Lace Curtains You will be surprised how cheap they are LONG Co We can show you some very new things in Millinery goods Visit this department before you buy LONG Co Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilcrs grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry IGtf We will bepleased to show you our line of shoes Just ask to see them and we will do the rest LONG Co Mrs S C Smith can get you up a swell Hat now She is always ready to show you through the stock LONG Co The local option election held here Tuesday resulted moan overwhelming victory for the drys a majority of 34 being registered Dont forget we will the highest market price for Wooland sell you goods at the lowest possible price LONG Co Miss Norma Brown Centertown has been the guest of her sister Mrs Isaac Foster City for the past sev eral days Miss Hattie Barnett who has been quite ill of inflamatory rheumatism for the past two weeks is slowly improving We have now on sale a big lot of Mens and Boys Straw Hats at a real bargain Dontfail to see them LONG Co friedMeatCoffee Lard and Sugar go to Keown King the butchers Miss Bessie Nevitt Owensboro who has been the guest of Mrs Judge R R Wedding for the past several days will return home today A C Taylors new Bug gies are new They are also the latest styles Lost between Beaver Dam and Hartford about three weeks ago a 38 Smith and Wesson revolver Return to this office and receive re ward Messrs T J Ratcliff W S Gains and Junius Litsey were elected trustees of the Fordsvil le graded school at the election held last Saturday The graduates of Hartford College are invitedto meet at the residence of the Judge and Mrs J S Glenn Friday May 12 at 730 p m for the purpose of organizing an Alumni AssociationMrs Campfield died at her home near Pleasant Grove the 4th inst She leaves many relatives and friends to monrri her demise Mrs Campfields was the fifth death in that neighborhood within the past ten days Mrs F E Keown is the guest of her parents at Noka Ky Mr J A Cheek Fordsville was a very pleasant caller last Friday Mr Henry Stevens Beaver Dam made us a pleasant call last Friday Dont fail to visit our Clothing department Bargain guaranteedLONG Co Supt J1 DeWeese was in Fords ville on official business Wednesday and Thursday Mr Will Monroe and sister Miss Lillian Beaver Dam visited friends in the city Sunday Mr S S Cox left Wednesday for Louisville to attend the races He will return today Miss Nancy Smith Fordsville has been visiting Mr and Mrs Lon Rogers at Milton Ky for the past two weeks Mrs G B Likens returned from Hopkinsville Tuesday where she had been to attend the burial of her fath er Butler Coombs Mr S J Tichenor McHenry was a pleasant caller at THE REPUBLICAN office last Friday His children lit tle Miss Lilian and Master Conrad accompanied him Dont fail to visit A C Taylors Furniture and Vehicle Store while at tending Circuit CourtnO The trustee election held here last Saturday resulted in the election of C 11 Crowe J S Glenn and Dr E B Pendleton these with D Ford and D E Thomas now constitute the board EsTRAYOne 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 lOOt A liberal reward will be paid for return of same or any information leading to recovery SCHUYLER S ACTON Sulphur Springs KyI The following is a list of the Hart ford K of P who attended the Ban quetgiven by the Owensboro Star Lodge Friday evening W S Carson and wife S A Anderson and wife Messrs Cleve Her Sam Barnett Sam Bach James M DeWeese John T Moore Chester Keown and Robert Edward Lee Simmerman They report a splendid trip and magnificent occasion A call meeting of the American Society of Equity of Ohio county has been called to meet at Hartford Saturday May 20th for the purpose of ratifying the action of the finance committee in regard to the pooling of our tobacco and such other busi ness as may come before the body on that day We desire a full dele gation from all locals in the county Respectfully DAVID MORELAND Pres Miss Pearl Igleheart died at the home of her uncleLicurgus Igleheart Matanzaslast Monday at 830 oclock after a lingering illness of lung trouble extending over several months After funeral services conducted by Revs B F Jenkinswid L P Drake at West Point church next day her remains were interred at Waltons Creekcemetery She leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn her demise The Hartford Mill Company has the following to sell Flour Meal Corn Hay 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 andCement We have a reg ular Custom Feed Mill and grind plow points Come and see what weve got Whether you have acv business or not- Board of Health Notice The days have come that remind I us that the sanitary condition of our town should be carefully looked after and we take this method to in form the good citizens of Hartford theirIrespect No stagnant water decay ing vegetation nor garbage of any kind will be allowed to remain on the premises No offensive cellars foul pliyy vaults m r foul pigsty will be rBRILLIANT jwwiw SHOWING 0 lISpring and Summer Clothing ShoesHats and Furnishings I They are all of the latest variety and prices that willattract tho attention of any one Now is the t wool We for Bar allowed to remain on any ones pre concerned will please take notice and govern themselves accordingly We will send the inspector around and if you have not had the work done he will see that it is done at your expense- S J WEDDING J T MILLER f JW TAYLOR The TJ Turley Cos premium Owensboro Ky May 9 1905 Mr S A Anderson Hartford Ky Dear Sirn reply to your favor ofhe 8th imt beg to say that we will offer a 5000 driving wagon for the most popular young man to be decided on by a vote of the visitors present each one being entitled to one vote ballots to be put in at our store Trusting this will be we are Yours truly THE T J Co Per T J TURLEY President This will be ring no 35 in the Hart ford Street Fair to be held May 26 27 A complete list qf the will be found in another column For Sale 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 from New York cost ing as high as 750 Hens weighing over nine pounds Eggs from 75c to 150 per Will have in due time 100000 Sweet Potato Cabbage and Tomato Plants Also have two stray steers E M MILLER Phone 132 McHenry Ky rigHt time for you to purchase while it is alf fresh and new you get what you We have a dressy line of two piece Suits in Light and Darkshades which when you see themwill surprise you The low prices attached are wonderful e Shoes We have a splendid line of LowCut in Patent Leathers and Vicis for Men and La dies Prices from 1 15 to 350 Dress Goods c We have a showy line of Dress Goods and Ladies Furnishing that would please anybody cfpay highest prices Wool Feathers and Ginseng Yotre for sin ISam BachKy w Aft misesAll satisfactory TuRLfcy premiums Thoroughbred noisandone State setting desire Shoes 1 Real Estate- BARGAINS 70 acres on Sulphur Springs road6 miles from Hartford 32 acres in mellow 400 fruit trees 90 white oak trees good house and good barnes for 65000 123 acres star Rockport In good condition good build ings and fine farmland for f120000 orII 3 mitts from Hartford on Sanderura crossing road God Ijousr good bum oung orchard in fine state ol cultivation A bargain 305 acres fine Ropgh river bottomland near Hartford In fine state of cultivation Will sell cheap considering the land 188 acres oat C ttlvo rime for prices 2 i acres at Centertown See me for tOneUnion street in Hartford In fine 75000boussadjoining Hartford mae fialtgood house tmd build ings lor mtJb atHiutfordcultivation 8Sooo 43 acres near Ceralvo 143000 70 aettSboUomupland good houses good tG50ooOnebargainIf Jand if yon wU1furnish S A AndersonD- ealer in Real Estate HARTFORD KY y t i r t Ce Bring Us Your Wool j + Chickens Eggs and all the produce you have and exchange t them for the nicest and cheapest line of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Slippers Groceries and Drugs In fact we have ieverything you may need to supply your wants We are now showing a nice line of Dress Goods at very low prices ClotHing tt Never before have we shown such a line of Clothing M- iCome in and let us fit you out with something that will makes you feel like you got your moneys worth Groceries Z We have a full line of Groceries at rock bottom 6prices Drugs Remember there is no more complete line of Drugs in Wes tern Kentucky Prescriptions carefully looked after and promptly filled t g If you cannot visit us send the boys and girls the smallest child will receive the same amount of goods as the father for iwe are a one price store to one and all jj 44 Thanking you for your past patronage and wishing a tt continuance of same We are as ever M i Yours for business of The Brown Mercantile Coy ft =COl pC l XTISID McHenry Ky rY 1Mi M 1 z HARTFORD STREET FAIRj list of Premiums to be Awarded on May 26th andI27th 1905 FIRST DAY MAY 26IRing No 1 Premium by Z Wayne Griffin Bro the druggists for the ladies best white layer cake 1st premium a beautiful jew el faced gilt clock 1000 2501RingCo general merchants best pair mules owned by one man one sew ing machine 1000 Ring No 3Premium by First National Bank of Hartford largest family father mother and children to bo presentpremium in gold2500 Ring No 4 Premium by Sander fur Co the grocery men best I farm horses to be 5001HihgWhite groceries and hardware I prettiest baby under one year oldI in cash 500r lllng No G Premium by Moore Crabtree the meat men best calf I 3 months old or more to be sold to I them at market price after the award 500 I confectionIcr 10001Ring suckIjuggun 1500 Ring No 9 Premium by Sam I Bach the dry goods merchant best suckling mule colt one outfit suit bhoes and hat to the amount of 1500 Ring No 10 Premium by Black Birkhead the liverymen best boy rider under 15 years of ageone bridle and saddle 1500 Ring No 11 Premium by W M Hudson the saloon man best mare and suckling colt in cash 1500 Ring No 12 Premium by Z Wayne Griffin Bro best pair of general utility horses owned by one man first premium one 14k gold watch warranted for 10 years 1000 2nd premium one 251b pail inter national stock food 350 Ring No 13 Premium by J H Williams the druggist for the handsomest centerpiece one ladies hand bag 600 Ring No 14Premium by Keown King the meat men best beef cow and they are to have the privi lege of buying same at market price after the reward 500 Ring No 15Premium by J H Williams the druggist for the handsonest doilies not less than six one set of six cut glass tum blers 800 Ring No 16 Premium by Henry Nail the saloon man for the best h brass band in Ohio county to be paid Iin cash 1500 Ring No 17Premium by J H Williams the druggist for the hand somest specimen of drawn work one 600IWilliams the City Restaurant best girl rider under 15 years of age onei side saddle 500 SECOND DAY MAY 27 Ring No 19Premium by J H Williams the druggist best white cake one library lamp 500 Ring No 20Premium by G B Williams the City Restaurant best boy rider under 15 years of age thei winner in Ring of Black Birkhead not elegable one saddle 500 Ring No 21Premium by C M Bryant Co the new dealers in pianos organs and piano players andI manufacturers agents for the bests church choir in Ohio county one handsonefihyrch organ 3500 Ring No 22 SPremium by Fair Co the dry gowk merchants forj the best lady rider a fine dress 2500 Ring No 23Premium by J W Ford the mill man best pair chick ens 50 pounds of flour Ring No 24 Premium by Long Co at the Economy Store for handsomest turnout lady and gen tleman ladies hat 800 to the ladyI and one pair mens shoes 500 to gentlemanIRing No 25 Premium by J W Ford the mill man largest turkey 50 pounds flour Ring No 26 Premium by Dr 1jH Tappan the optician for theI oldest lady present one pair offineI spectacles 500 Ring No 27Premium by LT Barnard the liveryman best mare and suckling mule colt saddlebridle and blanket 1000 Ring No 28 Premium by J W Ford the mill man for the best pig under six months old 100 pounds1 flourcRing No 29 Premium by C E Morrison the blacksmith best saddle and harness gelding one plow 350 Ring No 30Premium by A CITaylor the undertaker and furni ture man most popular young lady an iron bed 1500 One receiving second highest num ber votes a reed rocking chair 10 I Ring No 31Premium by Hartford Mill Co for second largest family father mother and all children I to be present one barrel of flower 600 Ring No 32Premium by W S Tinsley the hardware man best ewe and lambone blue flame wickicss I stove S50 Ring No 33Premium by we Schlemmer the bakery man bestI bushel of wheat in cash 500 I RULES ETC I Sec I The following well known citizens of Ohio county have been se ii lectetl as an executive board to have charge of the Street Fair and they will have general supervision over all the entries and the awarding of prizes witDavid Moreland John C Westerfield Harrison Aus tin 1 B Mitchell and W M Ad dingtonSec The Secretary to be ap pointed shall keep a record of all the entires and the proceedings of the executive board and upon the award ing of any premium by the judges he shall issue his warrant on the per son offering said premium for same and he shall assist in counting or examining any contest for any pre mium xSec lIt All premiums are to re giV1ingthe last day of the Fair I Sec IV There shall be no entry fee charged for any ring or exibit and anyone may make entry in any ringexcept the citizens of Hartfuldi Sec V No one be allowed to act as a member of the i executive board Sec VI The executive board shallselect the judges to decide all rings in contest but in no event shall i any of the judges so selected be citizens of the town of Hartford J Sec VII All entries must be I made with the secretaries on or before 12 oclock a m of the first day of the Fair btIingthe owner I Sec IX No outside amusements or entertainments will be all tell en NoIlunchstreets Kitiff No 34 Premium by bark j utilit11horse State of ho7Toledo l j N Lucas County IIFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senor partner of the firm of- F J Cheney Co doing business the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every cave of I Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney gUbScribt1in Gleasontbeal inIternand mucous surface stem Send for testimonals freeI F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold all Druggists 7nc Take Halls Family Pills for con New Skin Game- A new swindle is being worked on the gullible farmer A well dressd stranger stays all night with his intended victim and during the stay reports that he has lost a diamond pin somewhere valuableI place After searching for he takes his leave feeling badly i farmIerout for his pin and adds that heI will pay 100 for its recovery A days later a bum appears on the place and accidentally shows a pin exactly like the one they had all I been looking for and casually remarks I that he found it outside the gate After some dickering the pin is sold for 25 or sometimes 350 The farmer then writes to the address left by the stranger sor him to bring his hundred and get his pin He never comes of as the bum was in the deal and the pin had cost 20 cents I A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your health because indigestion and constipation have sapped- it away Prompt relief can be had in Dr Kings New Life Pills They build up your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic con- stipatiom etc Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug storej 25c m A Ponys Influence Little DickMamma I think Id be a better boy if 1 had a pony like Tom Hunters MotherrBetter in what way my 1JLittle lDickI think Id be more charitableMother surprised More chari tableLittle Dick Yes Because then I wouldnt feel so glad when Toms pony run away with him Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery IFor I PlcefA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It Mil Trial Bottlti tree BEST FOR THE- BOWELS Jt ton haTOot a reenter hltbnlloremontot the KepyourbowelsToUat physio or rill potion U dsncerna The smoothest rules most perfect way of keeping the bowels clear and clean Is to tak- eCANDY 11 CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY fltatant Palatable Potent Tate anal Do Good N irr Flckn Tfraken or Otlr i 10 S end M coal I pet bai Writ tot tree ample mod look let on bcalth AiMrtti III Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN An Opportunity We want a man in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing Machine We can offer ceptional exI 1whoan wagon an can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic menIfind our proposition a moneymaker ca pable development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfg Co 72 end 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO I CATARRHREMEDY Is Sure to GIV = SatisfactionELYS IIvr h IIIt uiOe- I Ii alaiI- I l t hr d iIIIIbra n I fTW 111 nrth v rnlylee INHEADnbothedtrot1tth Mftiilirtilit1 Ir lb s iiMen o ntir ntnt HIIIH 11 Tnll eirr aI nt OriiuuliitH fir ljondl Iriillrl2i mlv flY lllliTlliit 5l tlnrretlsnrtNwYork Henry Wattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Feature of T- heCourierJournal During 1905 There will be many other attractive departmens nil l uing to nuke n com late Newspapl r Mall Rate+ Daily CourierJournal 1 Yr 6 Dully and Sunday I Yr 8 Weekly 1 Yr 1 COUKIEKIUURXAL COMPANY I IOUISVIUK KYj By a Specials ArraitRemt you COM get the i HARTFORD REPUBLICAN nrullhoIWKLY COURIERJOURNAL Moth one year for only 150II Th s Iw ftr canh lIub All MihfcnbrrH under this comblnI tlnn i err nius bsent through TIIK Rsrruttcn4 t ill rHl Writ rou- xCOPMDENTIAL LETTER betore worth Dlon1 We obuln gPATENTS THAT PAYcud help Invrntora to aurcru enIIUDoII photo or aketrh and wr mend IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT JltogtIeM et 505607 7th St WASHINGTON 0 C BIG FOUR The Best Line tllI+ Indianapolis Peoria + 1 Chicago P + Toledo DetroltrICleveland IBuffaloNew York i rBoston I Andall other points East I Information cheerfully furnished I I on application at City r r Ticket Office Big Four No t 259 Fourth avenue or write to II IGenlJ Louisville Ky I Q I Patiola IThe Modern tonica duSi Ltfuft i ah mealstill make you I rl I DyepepelNi r Ln Grippe rid central dtbUny Made by the LlETCHFIELD PllAR A MAC L CO Inc For sale by1 i IJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky A t of bilious free proposition fllST FREE m treeand we yourdrunrlst on ourelvesforfit la oar free alL made to convince rout to show you Dr Caflittdti German llrfr Iwdtr and what It can do accept It uoder Do whatever No sick Mich an anti Be to himself The very faotof the oflcr tnust convince that Dr CtrUttdti Cermii Liter Powder does an wo We would surely not pay for a und away If there was any doubt of You want those results you to be well Wont you ret us nt our expense you ihe DrVCarlstedfs German Powder Is In two sizes and 1 e M I I SMITH BAtPJET r Ml111- i ATTORNEYS AT Latin ILturrOrtD Ire lhelrlirofeIon In nil tliemurto uhlo nndtdhdttlnNrotidlruadlmlrtntlpwnle Riven to nil Ihrlr rat 1IIIonIImiiiiid llndGetnlInw NtrrlelII OlOrrIn lllllllll MV lllllllllllK 1FRANKL FELIX LawI1Will iritrilif til prrdrlt In Ohio mil orb nll II 11n1 In Ihr Court nl 1piweb Crlnilnnl prarllrp roUrrtlimn n Ibe herald holhlllll t I CROWE LxAWYELR HUITIXI KY- vtllprnrtlrhitrtofrdro lu nil lit null nJruINhra muni and In the Pour I Jl llgrni Hprrinl alma tjr criminal prertkrend tu rullrrllnnw office rornrr Mnr LtnhdPatrrInrleThomnraert iiptnMr h JNO B WILSON AlTOUSEV AT LAW KY lXprrlnlMtpiitliin tflrrn In illrrtlona muting 4 Ar nlen IuMIr for Ohio mea Y 11m + aatlhhlllnhllrgnfM R R BUDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY ntoiFnlrrellnnrtIrnneleerlnlatfrPrnsnnaEtcm NoterylablleforOhlonuaty 111 IIIAVIIIN KIlNCMl WOIIIIt HEAVRIN WOODWARD III G Qt O S ceALaW ll mrnnn Kr- MII I 1 rnrtlrelhlr riitn liiii nlllhekoert- rofliWnmmhvnillnortntlptrnle Nle rlnl nttratlon eaten rrliuliml and rollrc none onicvarxt Uuurtu llnnk ol llnrlluril 0 tY W H BARNES Attorney at LawAND frtlST V ATTOIINi V- Unirflnn ivI- tIllprnctlrehlprnh +tonInnilthetotiUa- tlblonndntJnlnlsgrouotlenod r In the Court I Appeal Klrlrt attention will boO iclTen to- hnlnernlrnsnl In hI tnt tlillmtlocii I pe lliHr larunrlhnmw 1 f YANCY L AlTOKNEY MOSLEYJ llHitlonl I Will prnNlre h4 prufedon In nil the onrtu otrOliln and uolllhlnll Oiinilm nml tin Court of- lnpprnl Alii Xilnrr IliMIr I Hare over llrt SHllonnl fleck i i 60 YEARS- EPPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DCBIONS- CoPVRiaHTB AC Anyonntllnl akeleh end deerlpIlan met111 oar opuin free whether uIntention le Communlre ItretnNh ronodentlal NANDBCOk on Iatente r InllteM notice without charge In lb I Scientific JTmerican t hanilaomclr Illuitralnl vfctlr Tjirarit rlr newdealerAMUNN iDrench Umce 633 F Bt Yuhington D I J PRO ED AND Daendnwdd eopnubu MO IN ALL COUNTRIES v rulers iflrtet wiH tavti lime gnat andoflrnlhr Exclutlvilywrite811 math Itntt epf VtUtt IUlM OSeo WASHINGTON DC r25 CENT BOTTLL FREE 1 in order to provo absolutely that we can cure you of all maladies pertaining to the Liver and KidneysIsuch as Dypepsia Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Sick Headaches and Dysentery a type we will give you an order on your druggist and pay him for a bottle ofi Dr Garlstedts German Liver Powder Our BOTTLE DrCartoedtsGnmtLherPewdnI Tull shred bottle then willdpay This what Is To Places you obllitutlona ono can neglect offer fair you claim bottle clvo It results want show way Liner sold 25c lltllNTT uYn- 111 SlxHliilnttentlon LulnlrJ Julnlnu iirrlaliy- Oiarpln CHASW url llliti ttvntdii HARTFORD litrnrl Notary In iirnrlln1 llir In Atone rruntiRlaeatmPatette reportliveWaMnrto faller Meal A mallitCUT OUT THIS COUPON I My disease Isjf1iIfyou tn rA n w 4e I s IGive Ml udJrti Write ptuali For Sale by J He WILLIAMS Hartford Ky i fJIMMINWNft4t1MNMIMt I tJNKy FREE TUITION I Two Weeks Free Tuition in the OwensboroBusi ness University Individual instructions from a large and 1 competent faculty Every Graduate se cures employment Free membership in the Y M C A gymnasium and library Write for full information A M FISHER Pres V nn n M n It RHEUMATISMand other ills produced by diseased kidneys can bo ured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will bo cheerfully refunded p Ask you Druggist P5c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky u I A BUSINESSEDUCATION oullg- I mat or young woman who would win BUCCCM in life This being it is of first importance to get your training at the schools that stand in the very front ran- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College- N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one a special HORTHAND tat in his line Write for a beauiiliil hook giving TYPEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying prominent S positions all over till United StatesIt will he mailed to you FRET School l open all the year Students can enter at any tini E J WRIGHT PrcMldcnt t i iI The Wonderful Stallion I 6OEBEL Will make the season of 1905 at E D Oldhams stable near Beaver Dam Jl Ky at 15 to insure a living colt Care will be taken to prevent acci dents but will not be responsible should any occur Season is due when colt is foaled or mare parted with A lien will be retained on colt until season fee ispajd This magnificent horse is pronounced by the best judges of horse flesh to be the best combined saddle and harness stallion in Kentucky He needs no reputation as a show horse to those who have seen him show He has been shown at the best fairs in the State each year since he was two years old and has won more blue ties than any horse of his class Goebel j is a model horse and he proves to be an excellent breeder Description oriel Pedigrooa GOEBEL is a coalblack stallion three white feet star in forehead 16 hand high will be 6 years old the 1st of May 1905 He has fine maintail style and action and is pretty as a picture Goebel was sired by Happy Si Bell he by Happy Cross 52 in S H Bs Association Happy Cross is by 1 Glrrards Chief 2253 first dam by old Star Denmark Happy Bells first dam by imported Scython thoroughbred Goebels first dam by Rolla Gold Dust he by Arabian Gold Dusthe by Dorseys Gold Dust 150 Second dam is Mollie W by Fancy Gold Dust he by old Gold Dust 150 Second Picker Goebels first dam a half dam by Dr J H Thomas old Cotton sister to Nellie W i 1 esiretothanlt the citizens for their support last year and would kind V ly ask all whoso desire is to raise fine colts to call and see my stock before I breeding elsewhere PREMIUM I will give the season for the best colt of his get this year and 10 for the 2nd best Coltsto bo shown at Beaver Dam on Saturday before tho Ohio County Fair 1906 FV W CREAGERCOCIiIf Ky I u MADE RAIN According To Contract and Hat Ifleld Collectings the Money IGuaranteed Him Charles Hatfield a rainmaker who has been working since December 15 last to produce 18 inches of rain for Southern California by May 1 on a pledge of a number of Los Angeles merchants to pay him 1000 if he succeeded has completed his demonstration and has been paid a large proportion of money promised says a Los Angeles Cala dispatch The remainder will be paid shortly The fall of rain in Los Angles during the season ending May 1 has been 18 9G inches which far exceeds the fall of last season and is above the normal annual precipitation for this sec tionHatfield established his rain in the mountains some 20 miles from Los Angeles on December 15 and the amount of rainfall from that date in the immediate locality of his plant has been 2649 inches Hat fields method is generation of gas and its discharge into the atmosphere from a chimney which has the result he claims of attracting forces of nature which compel moisture to form and be precipitated in the shape of rai- nMans Unroasonablonoas Is often as great as womans But ReIpublican 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 cured and can now perform all her household duties Guaranteed by J5t Wayne Griffin Bro druggists price SOc m I A Long Journey Let us suppose a railway to have been built between the earth and the fixed star Centauri said the lecturer By a consideration of this railways workings we can get some ideaI of the enormous distancs that venes between Centauri and us Suppose that I should decide to take a trip on this new aerial line to the fixed star I ask the ticket agent what the fare is and he answered The fare isverylowsir it is only a cent each 100 miles And what at that rite will the through ticket one way cost I ask It will cost just 2750000 hean swerI pay for my ticker and board the train We srt off at a tremendous rateHow fast I ask the brakeman are we going Sixty miles an hour sir says he and it is a throngh train There are stopWell soon be there then wont we I resume Well make good time sir says the brakesmanAnd will we arrive In just 48633000 years Sneezing ContestiA sneezing competition between half a dozen old women took place READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1904 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I am 68 years of age I have suffered 25 years from kidney and bladder trouble and since using less than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Discovery I have passed twentyfive gravel I feel that I am 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 Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by ill druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo recently in a certain Lancashire town The competitors were at liberty to use any means of bringing about a sneezea tin of the best snuff being actually provided for the pur pose Everybody present at the unique contest went into convulsion at the sneezing feats of the contestants one of the old dames Jceepinj up the performance until she fell down exhausted She was awarded the prize consisting of a sovereigi and a silk handkerchief A Strange Industry One of the strangest of modern industries is thatcarried on in the jurb district of France It consists in taking the fur from live rabbits and weaving it into a textile fabric which makes the warmest kind of clothing material known The species of rabbits which furnish the raw material for the manufacturing process is the Angora rabbit whicl has received the name of the silt rabbit Every three months the rabbit sheds its fur and several day before this takes place nature is an ticipated by female hands which re move the long silken hairs by gentle friction The skin is already ripe and the fur comes off easily am without the rabbit suffering the slightest painfrom thejoperation In fact bunny appeared to enjoy it lying quietly in the lap of the opera tor during the manipulation How to Cure Nervous Headache- An effective cure for nervou headache is found in the simple act of walking backward Ten minute is quiet long enough for the consti tutianal It is not necessary to walk practically straight any sort of walking will doso it is backward It is well to promenade in along nar row room where the windows arc highn corridor for instance and walk very slowly first placing the of the foot on the floor then the front heel This exercise not only acts as a cure for nervous headache but it promotes a graceful carriage Fishing With Wheels- A curious plan for catching fish bused in the River Columbia A number of wheels are set up in the middle of the stream which as they turn round catch up the fish and cast them into troughs by the river banks As much as five tons weight of fish a day has been taken Wife Won the Debate A Eureka man who believes in selfimprovement suggested to his wife that they should argue some question freely every morning and try to learn rnore of each other The question the first morning happened to be whether a womancould be expected to do without a hat He took the affirmative and was last seen clhhbing up into the hayloft and pulling the ladder up after him Cause and Effect He Why did you fail to recognize me on the street yesterday SheI didnt see you HeThats strange I saw you twiceSheOh that probably accounts for it I never notice a man in that condition Different Hair Nordy4 e that Rockefeller has another heir ButtsAre you joking Nordy Nb Itsa fact ButtsGosh he must use a queer tonic Brings em ont one at a time eh Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any ommissions or correction of dates Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 84 days Fern Creek August 154 days Shephenlsville August 154 days LawrenceburgAugust 154 days Vanceburg August 164 days GuthrieAugust 173 days ShelbyvlHeAugust 224 days Springfield August 234 days Nicholasville August 293 days Bardatown August 304 days Florence August 304 days Elizabe htown September 53d- ays Glasgow September 64 days Kentucky State Fair September 184 days- Hendeisop 266 days FalmduthSeptember 274 days Owerisbpro October 106 days Subscribe for THEREPUBLICAN s eI CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS nest Cough Syrup Tastes Good tie In time Said by drugelsts t STRONG OuIHItUI4u U- trillr 10 tli Again Is what Mrs Lutfj Stovall of Tilton Ga said after taking KOdOI Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds I of otherweak women art being restored to perfect II health by this rem edy YOU maybe well If you will take It Indl2estioncauHl nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women sufferweaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes tho body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour- risingsbelchingheartburnandall stomach disorders Digests What You Eat eet hud a u L olOc17 0I Noll by Z WAYNE WIIFIN Something New Variable Tours e TO FLORIDAVIA Southern Railwaya- nd Queen JICrescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets good going Via Asheville through the Land of the Sky and Beautiful Sapphire Country andreturning via Atlanta and Chatanooga or vice versa are 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 Cincinnatievery morning via Queen Crescent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via Cbatanooga and Southern Ry Con necting train leaves Louisville at 740 a m daily The Chicago and Florida special consisting of elegant Drawing Room Sleepers observation cars Clubcar etc leaves Cincinnati at 925 dal except Sunday waning through Solid tq St Augustine via Chatanoo ga and Southern Railway with Din log car service enroute Connecting train leaves Louisville at 725pm carrying observation sleeper through without change from Louisville to St Augustine also through sleeper to Through Pullman Sleepers to Jack sonville from Cincinnati every even ing via Knoxville Asheville and Sa vannah From Louisville connection with all of the above trains is made at Lexington by trains of Southern Railway ForuLand of the Sky book Winter Homes folder Rates Schedules or other information address A C Rincaraon G P A Q C Cincincinnati 0 C H HuNUEjfcoRD Dietrict Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Paesenger Agent St Louis Mo IHALES Cumberland tln 1ANDTneres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and ol business My business has increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition L E PATH Many WJIln v L cmJElTII Ohio County Circuit Court TF DlrkhtnJ Judge Den D IllngoAttorney T II Black Jailer Ed 0 Darrnii Clerk Frank L Felix Maiter Commissioner Y L Moseey Trustee JnrjFUDiiCa V Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Keown Jo H Itoberti Ham Krown Court onnllnt110n day In March and August and continue thru weekiand third Monday In May and November two weeki County CourtJP Miller Judge MSRag andClerk W II Barnei Attorney Hartford WCourt convene tint Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begin on the third Monday In April July October and January Court ol Claim Conrene ant Monday In Jet t nary Tuesday ijter second Monday In October Other OlllcenJII Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Aue or Deda Jamea DoWn- s hool Superintendent Hartford Den L Dart CoroierSnlphur Spring ruUce Count B F Hndon Dearer Dam February II May 18 August 31 November SO OeoW Martin Balzetown February 12 May 14 August 20 November 1- 2JnoMOrahmNarrowFebruary 28 May 2 August 29 November T A Evan Fordivlllo January 15 May 7 Anguit 27 November B J AIHcki Bnford February 7 May 9 Aug ut 12 November 7 WABoneCCentenownFbrlla 8 May 11 August 24 November P D J Wilcox llorkport February 20 May I Angn t 25 November 14 Hartford Felice Court Jno II Wilson Judge C E Smith City At toner B P Barnett Marshal Court con venes second Monday In en th month tziseiow Servo1ce ME Church South Service third Sunday each month at 11 a m and 7p mand second Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednei day evening Rev WTMHler Putor- Baptlit Church Service held Saturday nigh before econd Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer mwAloK every Thursday evening Itev J II Burnett pastor C 1 ChurchServices first Sunday In each monthatllamandTpm Her J D liar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Ja P Miller J Glenn S T Steven 0 M Mocker J nlI Car ion Jon C Itlley City Council nowan Holbrook Mayor S A Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W S Tins ey A C Taylor M Ij UeanlD T J Morton Councilmen secret Coclotl o A 0 U W must lint and third Friday aught In earti month Hartford LodgeNo575 F AMaonflrt Monday night In each month Hartford Tent Xo 00 Knights of the Mocca bees every Thursday night Rough River LodgeNo 110 KnlghUof Pylhii meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post So 40 A Rhold reg ular meeting Saturday beforeflntSunday In each month EVERYBODY iMAKJC THI craven WHiT AIoA WART FOR 5e FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS the American PharmacaKe EvansvllteInd Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable prices Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAINROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas moat direct line via ST LOUIS ANa MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and Irlo reclining their car Uome eHiV Excursions monthDescripfvellteenmmaplpnmphletshdf- olders etc on application H C TOWNSEND R T0 MATTHEWS Ga9Piarss3Ski Irtt lftttl- 001STllliilIT LOUIS VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewer 1Perhaps you like yb lrilber keep it Perhaps hot J then remember Halls Hair Renewer restores color to gray hair Stops falling hair also Vmstttett11t h + +N1r V i 1Y1 + r ce + r 9 9J wao ooOOOO F ogF B agc dgQEc 3Q 4SSSS8g8 QBBSQ Kfagc Ga u9 S r E P BARNES BROS 9 Attrrtctlvo 11splay of Now Sprlng Morch indlso 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 magnificent display of stylish dependable wearing apparel It makes no fl difference about your age your size or your station m 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 River territory We know that we carry the biggest stock and the greatest variety of newstylish uptotheminute dependable merchandise We know 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 make up the deficiency by over charges on the merchan disc you take in exchange for same We know that every article wo buy and every article we sell upon own merits Each and every article marked in plain figures and every man woman and child receives the one and the same price Come to 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 info 4 Barnes store 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 u Furniture The usual spring house cleaning will soon be in progress and no doubt you will need a few pieces of now furuiture 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 7 Rockers Spring Mattress es and many many articles more We ale certainly in a position to most all the wants and necessities of any human beingalong this line i Belts From 22 inches long to 30 inches in length in J Black White Green and Red Patent Leather each lOc 15c and 25c Silk Belts all colorsblack and white each loc 2Cgcii 50c 75c 100 a Wool produceWool Highest market price paid lookat what we I have we would have another customer We dont believe anyelan or she our line and hears p rice liens Shoes Box etc 150 200 li0 Oxfords S350 Dress MaterialsSomething About Silks Our business in Silks has steadily increased until our demand enables usjo carry quite a nice stock of Black and Colored Silks ranging in width from nineteen inches to a full yard wide Black White and Colors price per yard 50c 75c 100 150 and 175 Something About Waistings White and all colored materials for Waistingsn quality and varieties sullicient to satisfy the most fastidious dresser are here as well as those fabrics and patterns of the everyday commonsense kind Something About Suitings and Skirtings We are well prepared to serve you in our Wool Dress Goods section Blacks in MohairsSeciliennes Shark Skins and all the seasons stylish materials price per yard 2k 5oc 75e100 125 atul 3150 All Colors and Fancy Mo hairs price per yard 50e 75c 100 125e and 150 Wash Goods 7 Wash materials of every description white solid colorsand fancies price per yard 5c 7c 10e15c20c 25c 35c50c and IOC I Something About Ready Made Skirts This section contains quite a variety of plain and fluky Mohairs made up 111 the latest styles as well as many other leading Skirt Fabrics in plain and fancy materials Price each 200 250 300 350 100 5 00 500750 to 1000 Wo have just closed a deal front a factory which is going out of business for quite n number of Skirts in plain and fancy materials Price each 200 250 300 and 350 Each of these will bo priced from SOc to 100 less than their actual value Ladies wanting Spring Skirts should not miss this opportunity II ISpringClothes This is the time of Fine year when the men the youths and the little tots all enjoy the freshness of a new Suit Hat Shirt and Shoes Weve a fine showing of the new styles in Suits Coats Pants Fancyand White Vests Each garment is a model of good aste and skillful tailoring The individual wears our clothes has the satisfaction of knowing ho is correctly dressed at the correct price Mothers bring your boys to our Clothing section AVe have bargains for you i Shoeslow Cuts and Slipper- In this department of our busi ness we dont a back seat for anybody We have the styles We =have tho qualitiesWe Have the sizes Now we are af ter the customers if you would take time I to woman eallJresist sees the in Vici Calf OOotll all who that take and 4 00 I Oy1an Shoesmaid Oxfords sizes 12i to 2s SJ75 per pair Boys Tan Shoes and Oxfords sizes 2i to oiS2oo Ladies Black and run Shoes per 12ol 200250 and 300 Ladies Black 4 5and Tan lipncv per pir 100 125 150 200 5 5aitd 250 Mists and hildrens Black and Tan Shoes smul Oxfords in all sizes at very low prices Boys dont fail to see our Tan Oxfords B17 b Gents and Ladies Furnishings and Notions We can say that for each 50c 7il100 and 150 we are selling the handsomest and most stylish assortment of Mens and Boys Negligee Shirts in the land Ex quisite patternsspleitdid materials and every Shirt custom made Our Summer Underwear- Is all on sale for men women and children In plain and fancy Ball brigon for men price each Shirts and Drawers 25c 35c and 50c In plain and fancy and lisle thread each 75c and 100 Ladies Vests price each 5c lOc 15c 25c and 50c Boys and Girls in good de pendable stuff at very low prices 1900 Washers and Wringers Having been remarkably successful in introducing this famous and only perfect Washing Machine on the market in this county the manufacturer has given us control of Ohio county and has made us prices that will enable us to sell them to you at even less than the factory We are receiving mail Iprice for these machines from I nt pmts of the county and anyone interested in saying his wifes life or prolonging her days will certainly effect his purpose by buyingthe 1900 Washer and Wringer Any chiltf G years old can operate it easily after the clothes and water have boon in the machine Write us for circulars and information concerning this Washer Carpets Rugs and Lace Curtains The demands upon this department has increased i yearly until this season it is crowded to its utmost an new stock is now on sale street Hats latest summer Hats made to order Let us have your orders promptly we for visit we prepared for children Eaem I Neckwear I line of Neckwear j for all ages and isAthe most magnificent wo have ever shown All shapes and such a vario ty of beautiful patterns Ladies and Gents rar row FourinIIand Ties 4 each 25c und 50c Win sors Midgets mid Regular String Ties each jVery wide and medium Fourinlfand Ties 25c mid SOc Ladies 8Embroidered Turn Overs oach5e lOc loc and 20c Ladies Stocks each 25c 3hc and 75e Hosiery Our line of Hosiery for ladies plisses mid children is a line we nol justly compriseslack end materials Iricortper pair lOc 15c c and SOc Fancies in plain and lace effects Price per pair lOc 15c25c and SOc Mens Half Hoso in plain blacks and tans Price per pair lOc 15c and 25c Fancies in quite patternsPrice and SOC capacity with UptotheMinuto Floor Coverings Every pattern is a good one and we have thom pricedas follows Yard wide Hemps per yard 15c and 20c Yard wide Granitesperyard Yard wide Union per yard 35c Yard wide all Wool Yard wide all Wool extra heavy GOc Yard wide all Wool per yard 70c 75c Yard wide Brussels pen yard75c and 80c Mattings in quito a variety of patterns price per yard 12ic 15c 20c 23c 25c 35c Lace Curtains price per pair 75c 95c 100 150 41 175 200 300and 350 Oil Carpets in four and eight quarter widths Our enure the novelties that Jiavo thorn ready first well the babies and ahT Our sex 25c 50e 8 lace Filling 50c Filling 05c and Corsets r- Each 50c 100 and 125 Time famous W Band other popular Corsets and Girdles at the above popular prices Millinery Now that the Easter rush is over and we feel very grateful to our hun dreds ofliberal and satisfied custom ers for making this by far the largest 1 Easter business we ever experienced We are now ready for thelato Spring I and Summer business unusu I al Easter business necessitated the purchase of almost I which Smart your Remember are each