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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a 1 I I Jfbc tartfrb tpublittittIIij Fine Job Work a Specialty P IP IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year 1rCIRCUIT COURT I Two Weeks Term Began La MondaySeveral Cases a Disposed of The regular May term of Circ Court for Ohio county began he last Monday with comparatively full docket of criminal cases most which were unimportant and have been disposed of Indictment was returned Tuesday afternoon against A 4 Hiram C Powers charging him with wilful murder and the case was set down for trial Saturday The petit Jury for the term composed of the following persons J R Henry C A Hudson W B Fulkerson Spurgeon Maddox C C 1 Chinn Alfred T Brown A E Pates + F M Porter W H White John A King R E Eudaly S A Bennett C T Edwards T L Anderson D I W Kimble B R Kelley John II Miller R F Coppage W J Fergu son Felix Shaver James R Shull i and J EMcConnlckI The following is the age political and religious faith of grand Jury B M Bennett 73 years REp bll Van C P Church W B Patterson 4 CO years Democratand Baptist G W Jewell 65 Democrat and Latter Day Saints J W Coleman 02 Republican and Methodist J L Chapman 57 Democrat and Baptist W V Duke 51 Democrat and Methodist J H C Shaver 68 Republican and MethodistE F Render 1 Democrat and Baptist W R Cook 37 De S 1i mocrat and Baptist J II Leach 34 i Republican and Methodist E D T Tatum 33 Democrat and Baptist in belief D L Miller 37 Democrat and MethodistThe cases have been di s pod of as indicated Comth vs Willie Walker W E Russell Alexander I Nichols Orbery House 2 cases Jack Smith Wm Reddish Cicero Ridens 1 i John Foster Charlie RobinsonVirgil j Mills 2 cases Walter Dick Wm t Ezell Charles Smith Cicero Smithr 6 cases all continued Comth vs t Mattie Adkins filed away with leave to reinstate on motion of County or Commonwealths AttiJrney i Comth vs Robert Ragland charged with selling liquor on Sun S and to minors plea ofguilty entered in 7 cases and fines assessed and I statement Wed dismissing the re casesIN J Johnson J D Clarence Allen eac 1charged with carrying concealed jnteach1 Comth vs Tom Baird 3 cases charged with unlawfully selling 4I j liquor default judgment of 60 in each case- Comth vs Albert Long charged with injury to real property verdict of the jury guilty and fined 50If Comth vs Lee Chinn charged with selling liquor to minor verdict I of jury guilty and fined 50 Comth vs W M Hudson charged 4f1 with selling liquor to a minor tw Peculiar I t To ItselfIn what it IB and what it doc purifytYog L effecting the most radical and per manent cures of all humors and allI eruptions relieving weak tired i nguld feelings and building up or tho whole systemIs true only of t Hoods SarsaparUta No other medicine acts like it r no other medicine hasdoueso much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost tVl troubled with icrofulk Ddcam- C a- Ilse r loilna ereslirhl For four months could not sM to do anrthlcgAfter Uklntr tmfbottlM of Hoods SuparUlal could HI to walt And when I had taken lgb could see as win as ever Sent A TOXWlthK N 0 Heeds artaparlll promise t cure andkeepo the promise 5 1 7itw y and fined 100 Comth vs Robert Porter charged stwith murder set for next Monday Comth vs A T Nallcharged with selling liquor to a minor hung jury Comth vs Will Blackburn set for Saturday Oscar Orowder Jeff Burden Logan Awtry Luther Mad iten Bert Tally and Leslie Thomas reattachment discharged Gomth vs guiltyfChinn default judgment of 2000 Comth vs John Addison plea o guilty entered and fined 2000 Notice Those desiring a position as teacher islithe Hartford Graded Common School will file th application with the secretary of the Board by June the 1st 1905 All teachers in said school are required to have firstclass certificates J S GLENN Chairman C M CnowE Secretary M OWENSBORO CARNIVAL Excursion RatesEvery Day at th Perthformance Day and Night One of the clever exhibitions of the great Mundy show week of May 22 is Fire and Flames The action begins after the audience has become comfortablyseated in the roomy am phithcatre directly across from the scene with a familiar street view People pass to and fro stopping in the various stores to do their shop ping newsboys cry their papers men stop and chat and policertien patrol their beats A street fight ticcu and the participants are called an they are taken to the pufilic stationThen comes the cry of fire fire from the interior of th threestory hotel which is in th center of the scene A man rushes out to the signal box sends in an alarm Smoke pours from the win sows and men and women clamber out into the fire v escape With great clanging of gongs the fire companies dash up to the scene in exactly the same way as they may be seen un any day in Owensboro The great sixtyfoot extension lad der crawls into place and in the meantime the fireman have darted up into the building with their axes windows are knocked outand it would appear thaUhe whole place is a mass of flames- h Not one in ten of the audience remembers that it is only an exhibi tion and there is no limit to the en thusiasm of the onlookers The above attraction to be seen twice daily at the Woodmans Carni val May 22 to 27 inclusive PLEASANT RIDGE May IGThe play given at the Baptist church Saturday night was quite a success there was a splendid crowd out in spiteof the rain The Ladies Aid Society hassecured the service of Mr Sam Bedford o Owensboro to lecture at the Baptis- o church Saturday night the 20 Misses Lillie May Veatch Ander sonville and Flossie Henry Maxwell who have been visiting the Misses Bell have returned home Misses Pearl and Myrtle Johnson and Mrs Dr Johnson John Layton and sister Miss Mollie and John P Johnson NuckolR visited friends here Saturday Albert Williams wife and daugh ter and Paul Williams of Griffith visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Miss Mattie Bennett Hartford who has been visiting relatives in Owensboro for the post week spent Monday night with Mrs Kate Skill man When you attend the buyiRockers a new Bed SideIL board1A C Taylor has th latest designs I Will be Asked by Hiram Powers Charged With Murdering Fitzbugb Renfrew Hiram C Powers who was indi ed Tuesday for the wilful murder Fitzhugh Renfrew has by his neys given notice that on the calk of the case Saturday he will make a motion for a transfer of the case to Itfwill allege in support of the motion It is within the discretion of the court as to whether the case is trans ferrfed to another county or not 1if any transfer is made which is in probable it will be to some county in this Judicial District Commonwealths Attorney B D Ringo Has signified his intention of using all le gal means in opposing a transfer of the case Such a turn in this re markable case is quite unexpected and will come as a surprise to most every onetaccomplishe d n strong against him and it is nodouItat due to this fact that the motion for a transferof the case will be asked Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 2215 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of Ohio Circuit court in favor of C Pt Morris against G M Allen I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 5lh day of rune 1905 between the hours of 1 oclock P M and 4 oclock P M at the Court House door in Hart fordOhio county Ky expose to bidderdor so thereof as may be necessary satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and I cost towit a tract of land being bounde as a sycamore on the bank of Green River Edward Finches beginning corner thence running up Green River with sagaar run thence up said run with its meanders N 37 W 50 poles thence N 80 W 112 poles to a sycamore at the forks qf the run where the Hartford road crosses thence S 30 W 88 poles to 2 small beeches and gum thence same course 681 poles to a red oak and stone the oak gone Edmon Finches Westwardly corner thence with his line S 713 E222 poles tothe beginning containng about 175 acres more or less levied upon as the property of GM Alle- nTERMSSale will be made on a credit of3 months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and haying th force and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 16th day of May 1905 CAL P KEOWN S 0 C By CHESTER KEOWN DS SMALLHOUS Heflitn was g ton Saturday and Sunday TR Barnard Livermore was i oswa accompanied home Monday by hi little daughters Mary and Ethel who were the guests of Mr and Mrs Morton the past week M P Maddox went to Cent rtowp- M IMessrs and wives Greenville were at the bedside of their cousin Charlie Bullock Sunday night Miss Debbie Taylor Is the goes t of her cousin Miss Nora Bennett Matanzas L B Overhulta went to Sou Carrollton Monday Miss MaggieHatcher Couiterto is the guest of Mrs P B Taylor Mr and Mrs Bob Fulkerson recently returned from a visit friends and relatives at Centrtil City J C Bennett and wife returned Sunday frma visit to Mrs Emma Nicholas MasonviUe Messrs 0 W Oyerhults Ross r the common school examination at SaturdayRevvisited C E Bullock recently There has been an A S of E or= ganized at the Liter school house near hero with twelve members ofMessrs Seth and Robert Hunter AlvanHunter went to South Carrollton Tuesday Bob Bennett and son Arnold rsBedawere the guests of Mr and Calloway Monday iPBankruptcy s In te District Court of the United 1StatcJ for the Western District of Owensboro division In the matter of Asa Crawley a beankrupt On this the 10th day of May A D 1905 on cosidering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 10th day of April A D 1905 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 27th day of May A D 1905 before said court at Federal Court Hall Louisville Ky in said district at oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published one time in HARTFORD REPUBLICAN a news paper printed in said district and that all knowi creditors and other persons in interest my appear atsaid time and place and show cans if any they have why the prayer of petitianershouldnotbegratZtedWitness Evans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Owensboro Kentucky in said district on the 10th day of May A D 1905IA G t0By DUDLEY LINDS Y D C I Selling OutIt Groceries HardwareQueensware FertilizerFieldScedFarmingImple + ments one house and lot one horse and wagon and store fixtures Come and get a bargain D L D SANDERFUR 42t3 Beaver Dam Ky I QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PERUNAR8ooooooxxxxoooooooo 2 MISS JULIA MARLOWE 9 Heartily Approves of Persia Per the Nerves 8 v X a recent loiter to Tho Pcruna Mcdl Iclue Co Mint Julia Mnrlowo of Now York City writes tho following t endorset J i an a nerve so most- fadowei I 1 I Xcrvousness very common among wonon IiIlls condition la duo to hnomla nrvo centers The nervo center are the reservoirs of novoui vitality Thcio cunton become bloodless for vrautof proper nutrition TJiUti especially truo In tho pring season Every spring a host of Invalid are produced as the direct result of weak nerve This can bo easily obviated by using Pernnn JLornna strike nt tho root of the dlillcuJty by correcting tho dlgeUlon ooooooooooooooo I 1norvocenterfurnishes these reservoirs of llfo nth I vitality which leads to strong teddy norvcj and tuna nourishes life I Poruna Is In great favor cmoug womonG poclally those who have voca tions that are trying to tho nerves IVrnna furnUlie tho lasting vigor for tho nerves that such people need j Thousands of testimonials women In all parts of the United Statesrlaro being received every year Such nnaollcllcd evidence surely provcsthat Peruna Is without an equal as a nervo tonlo and to vital invigorator trJdaTIf I v fits from Portias that you expected I write to Dr S B Jfartman Colum J bus Ohio 1rtai i rta iiiti F f f T T I T Women Misses and 1 Childrens Oxfords Y IMen and Boys Low Cuts e4fThis season is billed for the greatest Low Cut and Oxford season ever known to manufacturers and retailers anticipating an unusual demand for Slippers and jfr Low Cuts We placed big orders early but owing to the increased demands upon jfr the factories who make our Slippers deliveries have been delayed but now t Sfc we are pleased to announce that we can show a full and complete line of all the new dependable styles We have them in all the correct shades Hand turned A orhand welted Shoes in black and ch9colate Vici Russia Calf and Pawmt Leather unequaledftlprice pair 1 a 50c 100 126 s per 1nQt 2U0 250 300 and 360 Boys Tan Low Cuts price per pair 175 v aJ1d 200 Rememberie You can pay more money for Shoes but you cant buy better looking more stylifeh or better wearing Shoes than ours thhJt Daa1EyL i i pj ip i 9 T v o ri ti Tr STANCE STORY Of CIVil WA Stupid Recruit Turned Spy in Order to Kill an Officer Who Had Destroyed His Horn e and for Want of Shelter Wife and Child Died Just before the opening of the spring of 1862 a tall lank green looking man 3nteredone of the v camps of the Confederate General Johnston at Nashville Tenn and said he would like to join the reg ment He was turned over to a Drill Sergeant with instructions to try to make a soldier out of him The Confederates were never co spicuous for soldiery appearance indeed they were best noted as fighters Yet notwithstanding the want of attention to the army relations gu the recruit at once became noted for being the most unsoldier ly man among them The bump of discipline seemed to be a hollow in his head He was constantly wandering from his command and spending long terms in the guardhouse for doing so Though the Sargeant spent hours drilling him the recruit could never learn the difference between carry rind shoulder at m- At s least if he did he was sure to forget it the next dartOn post he was continually making blunders He was the butt of his regiment and the subject for innumerable tricks One morning he appeared at his Colonels tent and told him that he had been appointed spokesman for the enlisted men of his regiment to say that they desired to be led at once against the enemy The Colon el looked at the manastonishedthen a quietly wrote a note gave it to him mad told him to take it to the regi mental surgeon The surgeon after reading it examined the bearer for his sanity but sent him hack with a paper stating that he w perfectly sane though stupid The recruit next appeared at gen oral headquarters and reported for orderly It was never known whether this was by mistake or for a joke but the adjutant who made the detail was sent back to his com pang for doing so The recruit at tracted the attention of the staff for his awkwardness and when the Gen erals tent was vacant blundered in to It and was caught reading the Generals papers He was sent back to MP Colonel under guard with report of his conductwhereupon th Colonel after considering the priety of ordering him before Cou t martial decided to recom mend his discharge on the ground tint it would be for the good of the xeryice But the Confederacy ati that time not being overburdened with powder food the General com mandjig declined to grant the disi charge un the ground that if theI man was a fool he should be placed in the front rank where the army might gA rid of him to a purposeI One night when the recruit was on outpost duty a shot was heard com ins from where he was stationed and he came running in crying The YanKs air comin The Yanks air comin The long roll was beaten and the command turned out forming in line of battle But no enemy came After waiting the at tack for some timp skirmishers 1werethrown out anufound the body Major who had been officer of the day visiting the nickels He had been shot through the head hymen were sent back to their I tents and the recruit was sent up un i der guard to the Genera who sent him back to his regiment under carekof an aid The Colonel was directed either to have the stupid ass shot I bjc mistake or connive at his de sertion The Colonel those the latter course He called the recruit into his tent aivi told him he had decided to haeIhim shot at sunrise the next morn ing Then he sent him to hiregie merit with orders to his Colonel to place him where he could escape during ihe nightCThat was the last seen of the stupid recruit in that army When the sun rose in the morning he was far awayI The officer of the day reported the c cape to the Colonel who received itwlth great satisfaction and at once reported it to the General who was I delighted at the wise course he hadt pursued He sent back a lation on getting rid f a man HU frierRImost relieved was the Captain of the company to which the recruit belonged ei theIamong the prisoners C Union forces was this very Captain One of the men whb marched him in stepped up alongside of him and saidCap yo dont remember me Great heavens the stupid r cruit Not so stupid as yo all supposed Yo was very patient with me Cap while I was under your command yoie the Captain and made him open his eyes still wider by the following ex planation tvaay both East Tennesseeans whar the hateI each other like pizen Once when I came home from Knoxville I found my home burned to the ground My wife and only child was turned out in a winters night and both died from exposure The man that did the job was your Major I knew all about him but hed never seen me He afterward joined the Con federate I the Union army I being a Southn man the General think in Id pass well down thar sent me South fo information I run across the Major and got even with him When yo go back tell the General ef he missed any papers hell finden in the Adjutant Generals office of our array At the request of the man who had brought him valuable informa tion the Union General under whom the stupid recruit served paroled the Confederate Capitan until he should be exchanged Goodby Cap said the stupid recruit Tell the Curnel I hated to fool him but I couldnt help it Hot Weather Piles Persons afflicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year waterascontribute to the conditons which make Piles more painful and danger ous 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 A Remarkable Accident Kl 1ux o iT+xnr trot l cimr XexJ Lightning capering up and down over the gleaming blade of a mat adors sword This sensational spec tacle was witnessed this after luringe aastorm came up Eight thousand spectators mostly all Americans had paid entrance feeC and the management declined to allow the storm to interfere Several times lightning seemed to strike almost within the ring and at the climax just iw the matador El Bravo was delivering the final stroke in dispatching a ferocious bull blue white blaze danced over his sword visibly stunning him Many women screamed and panic was narrowly averted The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a disease prevailing In ihL country most dangerous because so dece all tlve Many suddet are often the resut of kidney disease I kidney trouble Is al to advance the blood will attack the organs or the neys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles always result a the kidneys and a cure it by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you 50 Kilmers5wimpKootbladder remedy tlagunpleasant necessity of being compelled ts r manytlmsextraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon wonderful soldbymayhave dlsIcoveryand tells about 11 both bjItjfailure kldneypolsonec vital most from obtainedquickest lIomut Bwmpnoot I 1BinghamtonpaperDontname SwampRoot Dr Kilmers Blnghal1lonN 130ysclGnt ai o see tir Tja II V illwlre+ dlNERVY BRAKEMAN Stopped RunawayCar BUt lInde a Modest Report Mllwnutrv sntliid J Not all the heroes carry arms said Richard Kimball at the Kepub lican House The action of a brakeman 4 on one of the mountain roads liefe and faced what seemed to be certain and horrible death to save a passer ger train is an illustration The man as far as I could learn had n oven mentioned the matter to the officials of the road or to anyone except his own train crew and to the occurrence It came out however and he was substantially reward and given a better place on the roa It happened that a freight was switching on a siding up in t clouds on a single track section of one of the railrods A passenger train was coming up the mountain and although not in sight was due within twenty or thirty Suddenly one of the loaded freig cars broke from the train and start ed to roll slowly down the track in the direction from which the passer ger was coming This brakeman ran into the car and clambered to the top to set the brakes He turn ed the wheel at oneendbut it swung loosely in his hands indicating that the chain was broken and the brake useless By this time the car had rolled several hundred feet and w gathering momentum with ever passing second The brakeman never hesitated but climbed down the ladder and under the end of the car fo the trucks Here he deftly fastened the chain to therod tend climbed once more to the top of the car He set the brakes stopped the runaway and start ed on a run down the track pulling off his working coat as he ran i With this he flagged the passenger train less than a quarter of aI mile from the place where he had succeeded in stopping the freight car The crew and passengers of the train never learned until later how near they had been to a serious wreck as I am told thir brakemans exclamation to the engineer of thepassenger was There is one of our cars up the track and j youd better wait until our engine comes down and picks it up A Disastrous Calamity i It is a disastrous calamity when indilgestionit away Prompt leliefcan be had in Dr Kings New Life Pills They build up your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic con stipation etc Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store 25c m A Pretty Stiff Breeze 1 Onliornp IKKDI Farmer J I The wind came around the street i corner so strong that it twisted the la je hydrant right off the water min It left a hole in the mainI abut as large as the bottom of a bucket The wind was sufficient to not only hold the water in the but it forced it back ndipipeA separator standing on East street suddenly fell to pieces Investigation showed that the wind had unScrewedevery nut on the entire machine Ten teeth were blown the cylinder A granite shaft six feet tall and eighteen inches thick was worn fully two thirds in two by the wind forcing 1I a steady stream of dust across it all day under high pressure Dr Henshall attempted to draw a bucket of water from his eightyfoot well The bucket went down about feet and stopped Investigation showed that that was all there was loft of the well The wind had ac tually pulled the well in two and up the hour of going to press the i bottom part had not been found I In Memory Of Sarilda Stevens who departed this life April 24th 1905 Mother Stevens was born April 24th 1839 making her 66 years of age when she died She was converted and joined the Methodist church when 4 years old At the age of 18 she Henry T Stevens To them were given five children four sona md one daughter The husband and two sons preceded her to the I y better world To know Mother r Stevens was to love and respect her She was one of these stalwart bright Christian who continually looked on the bright side of life It was pleasure to be with her mud hear aI tell of her faith and triumph in and by Him who loved her and gave Him self for her Mother Stevens was a great suffers for several years before death yet she never murmercd nor complained The writer has heard her say many times that she longed to go home to heaven to inherit the mansion prepared for her Mother Stevens was a class leader in the Methodist church nearly 30 dearlyofwas her church She lived a life in harmony with Gods will died insight of the pearly gates The evening of the night she pass lookingd meheShe has gone but her life anti influ ence still lives We laid the weary body to rest and to await the sound ingof the trumpet of God whistle the ofhtServant of God well done The glorious warfare pastIThe battle fought the And thou art crowned at lastIC Bilious Bill was getting bloated i Arid his tongue was muchly coated Patent Tonics wouldnt cure himI Companies would not insure him hisfrienlstverebadlyfrightene1y For Bill idand they believed himI Early Riser pills relieved him Sold by Z Wayne Grfiin Bro m Womans Ready Wit Senator Depew at a dinner in Washington was praising the wit of women Against this wit he soldwe men are powerless Even when all the right and logic of an argument are on our side woman with her witI will nine times out of ten put us to shameThus a man once found that his wife had bought a few puffs of false hair This displeased him He hid the1Iadher brow he darted in upon her Mary he said reproachful why do ou hair of another woman onI headI she answered do you mtI of another calf on your feet I CC w i1- 1a I r G o L B I A hear rljglrml oud nrlvnled uslcal nsplrlng yMlxNINNIIYYMIxIx x IN NI RURAL FREE DELIVERY There Were 3098iRoutes In Op eration May 1 and 4708 Petitions Pending Fourth Postmaster Gen eml DeGrnw has made public n report on the rural free delivery service in the United States a total of lPS routes in operation May 1 with 4708 petitions for the service in the Post ofice Department On April 1 last there were 29996 routs in operation and 4521 petitions Of the 4 708 cases pending 881 have been assigned for establishment either May Iii or June 1 leaving 3824 pe titions unacted on By States the largest number of routes in opera tion is 2 ITS in Illinois Ohio with 2 186 Indiana 1934 and Missouri 1 598 Time Tried and Mont Proven One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it comes to curing Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc It is perfectly harmless pleas ant to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro IMotoring Sportsmen Americans have invented u new form of sport They attended their big prairie chicken quail partridge and grouse shoots on motor cars The cars are run into fields whose crops have been harvested and on solid tires run afner the dogs across prairie and farm land fodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ROUGH RIVtR- TELEPHONE COMPANY IMfORIMUATKII Talk belrlg cheap and ncixusfcry you should home folks where you can buy your own phonr and build your own Hues And be In talking distance with the whole county and usitieHn points KcDrritlly by onlj paying a rtHsonalile rent to the Rouuh River Telephone Cimipiny or they will bent the whole expense II you say BO We connect with alt Independent Companies For particu lays call on S T Stevens Marnger Hartford Kt v i i Low One Way Colonist Rate r Yin Big Four Route To- CALIFORNIA OREGON UTAH end Inlcrniedlnte territory Tlckot on Hiilo Melt I to Miiy IK It For full i information and particu lars as to ratios tickets etc call on agents ig Four Route or ad dress the undersigned WAHItlN 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Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 I r Grand Priza L St Louis tO4 4 r I Ci 1v j j II a hR4i 1 tAh STRANGE MAflRIAGE Girl Bethrothed to Six Sons Fi nally Wedded to the Father I Mmlrn Muxlrn I Some four of live years ago I made a journey to Chan Santa Cruz an im a portant city in the Maya county in t 1Yucatan In company with a friend a merchant who had long done bus iness with the Mayas and who was consequently implicitly trusted by themt I this timo the Mexican Govern 4ment was making its last determined h tuttempt at the subjection of th as the pacification of th I county Tim war was being carried on by mathematical fomula Every i foot of ground conquered was gar 0 risoned and a railroad followed the track of the army bringing in lain clothingkl f telegraph kept open communication with Merida and from therewith the City of Mexico But at the time of which I am writing the Mexican army was still many miles from Chan Santa Cruz e us soon as we arrived in the town my friend said There must be something out of the ordinary going I on front the number people in the t Astreetsand the great central plaza were one mass of Indians in holiday attire With conaiderble difficulty we made our way throngh the dense crowd to the house of the Major where my friend always stopped when he happened to be in the city 1 at last we did succeed in y Jreaching the house we were met bone y of the sons of the Major who I informed us that his sister was to be married that day to the Generalin Chief of the Maya army l After we were shown to our room Sachgz my friend told the history of the wedding The bride had been betrothed to the eldest son of th- a GeneralinChief Shortly after the war broke out the two eldest sons S r vere killed fighting against the Mex ican army whereupon the girl had been betrothed to the third son In another battle with the edcan troops all the remaining sons of th old man except the sixth were kill ed sd the girl was betrothed to this son But fate followed her again for her last betrothed had been kill ed the day before our arrivel in th city His body embalmed with aromatic leaves in a manner known to the Mayas and several Southern tribes of Mexico was brought back to hi home and deposited upon the alter of the great heathen temple on the f top of a high hill All the sons being now dead the t girl vas to be married that day tot the father f Upon entering the temple we were c conducted to a place near the altar fThclcwere no seats in the building the people were seated upon i t the stone floor Near where we sat was the body of the young man who had been kill ed the preceding day The odo- I h from the aromatic embalming plants filled the vast building Y Shortly after we entered tho brid 4aljTarty consisting of the bride a rather pretty girl of perhaps 1C I years of age and perhaps a hundred I vestal virgins all dressed in white arrived Then came the goom an old man of 65 straight as an arrow followed by a number of his officers 4 and staff of war the Mayor of the city and the Council of Government- As the General and his suitenter ed the temple hidden music from reed instruments shrill and high but pleasant burst out into one tri umph prolonged welcome At the same moment a body of whiterobed priests issued from the back of the temple to meet the general and hisII staff whom they conducted to the al tar upon which each one in his turnI placed fruit ps a offering to the god The groom then joined the bride and conducted her to the bier of thee young warrior where the old man swore solemnly upon the body of his dead son to receive his be trothed bride as his own and to protect ner as long as he lived and T thus to preserve the traction that 1 had been handed down the ceutur ies that always the commander in Chiefs eldest surviving son married the eldest daughter of the Mayor of Chan Santa Cruz At the expiration of this oath all I I i i j Do you remember the little thinKS that gave us ao much pleasure when we were younjr With what zest did we sit down to the table after nur play wan aver and eat the usdnoelooKer may be toea person up Vr fences Golden Medical Dkcorerr It givingagentmadecontains roots hVrl and barks and is the concentration of natures vitality as found In the fields and woods This remedy has callsyPierce founder of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N y nearly bydruggistsSome tonics or compounds en a large sale for a few years then nrlproved such a reliable blood remedy and that it often enjoys the confidence of several generations in a family and its In treaded sales ear by year coming from the- reromwendAUona of those who have tried everybottleHvcry other bloodmaker and tonic for the aleohollbutcontained in his Medical Discovery the warriors shouted together I is just So let it be Mans Unreasonableness Is often as great as womans But Thos S Austin Mgr of the Republican of Leavenworth Indwas not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble In stead he says we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physicians had failed to relieve her After taking Electric Bitters she was perfectly heer household duties GuaranteHl by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists price fife m V These Are Weather Signs- If it clears off in the night look for frone1 tile chimney settles instead of rising there is a storm at hand When sound travels a long distance there is also a storm near Never expect mooneThe absence of dew and unusually heavy dew are alike forerunners of rain Not much frost need be ex moonsAn owl hooting in the hollow is a sign of a cold storm on the hill i foretells a thaw If the hornet- build low the winter will be hard When leaves fall early the winter will be hard When leaves fall ear ly the winter will be long When snow falls on a hard road it will not last long The last spring snowstorm never comes until after the sugar snow which may be recognized by coming in unusually large flak and lasting only a few minutes If thre part II be most severe if the reverse is true we may look for hard winter in February and March Bright northern lights bring severe cold Sun dogs indicate a bad storm Distant sound heard distinctly fore bodes no good weather If the sun draws up water it will rain The pitcher sweating and the tea kettle boiling dry also indicate rain Cob webs thickly spread upon the grass are an indication of fair weather Animal life seems according to the popular notion to have peculiar warnings regarding the weather changes Some of these are explain able by natural causes It is a fact recognized by all intelligent stock men that cattle have an intimation n of an approaching storm some hours before it is visible to the human eye There is certain restlessness which the cowboy has learned to interpret at once When you see a pig pasturing in the field build for itself a pest you may look for a storm Chickens take extra pains in oiling their feathers just before a rain Pea fowls send forth their shrill cries as a warning and when the quailcries more wet from the meadow the farmer works briskly tqget his hay under shelter O A J9 T Q 3E1 X flL Beat the Jflto Kind YM Have Atean BfflcV aturi ofJ I C f CHAMPION BEAR KILLER- Maine Man Slays Three at Once With a Pocket KmfeIDvtnrM 1 Mnliir Stretched on a wooden frame i front yard of his house are the skins of two cub bears and the mother bear which Newton Stowell killed with a pocket knifeaftera fight lasting more than two hours Stowell- body is covered with cuts an scratches and the physicians say Ke may not recover from his wounds The battle between the man an bears took place lest Thursday nigh- as Stowell was on his way home from a days work in the woods He was within a mile of the town when h saw the cubs nestled at Jhe roots o a big tree and apparently asleep Stowell had no weapon with him but an axe and a pocket knife with blade less than four inches longj Stowell grabbed both cubs by the scruff of the neck anti Was puttin r one under each arm when he wa struck a blow on the shoulder tha knocked him down and rendered him partly senseless As he rolle down the hill he saw the mother bear making toward him He had dropped the ax when h picked the cubs from the theground J and he had just time enough to get his knife from his pocket before the shta an paw Stowell caught her in the throat with a thrust from his weapontStowell scrambled to his feet an started on a run down the the curls following with leaps andI bounds The mother bear followed a short distance and then fell to the ground dead Stowell then killed the cubs and removed the skin from Ithe three animals and started home But his left arm had been kroken mid he was obliged to drop his load before he was far Blood was flow ing from several wounds in his body and as he reached the lawn in front exhaustionWhen t physician he told the story of the bat tie with the animals and his two sons went out and found the pelts in the woods Son Lost thprConsumption runs in our family and through it I lost my mother writes E B Reid of Harmony Me For the past five years however I 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 wasaa mu e neglected and how to cure it Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price 50c and 100 guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin Bro 5 drug store Trial bottle free m A Remarkable Hen winded Coral esdies Lucy Seymour of Great Bar rington Mass has a hen which lays eggs with a rough shell The letters M and Ware plainly noticeable onI the eggs Every time this remar kable hen lays an egg it pecks on th window until Mrs Semour goes ou and gets the egg one cola anI ffllOieI The seasons first cold may be plight may yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang longer it will be race troublesome too Un necessary to take chances qn that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive Ias well as a cure Take SCOTT s EmUtSIO I when colds abound and youllliave no cold Take i t when the cold contracted inflammaJtiof the fhrcatand lungs anddrives the cold outiSend for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4bMlS furl Street New H York 39c adf100 io Mldrngglab- r LIGHTENING FREAK Killed a Horse on Each Side of a Barn and Blinded Boy During a severe electrical stormy yesterday afternoon lightning did some queer stunts about the farm home of Peter Jordan eight miles northwest of this city His three boys were sitting on the barn doors haymowvdSuddenly a bolt of lightening shot whichtone youngest lad has his back badly burned and his hair caught on fire injuredfwas going to the relief of Earl The lad in severeasuch an extent that he had to be carried into the house summonedt boydrecovered from the shock But little paine and up to a late hours last night he could not see at all But it is thought the boy will not perma nently lose his eyesight A very strange thing in connec tion with the freak bolt is that onone weredstanding one was killed On the other side of the barn two other horses were eating hay lOne of these was also killed while the other was knocked down There twos no hay in the barn loft and no fire ensued 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 pictureahd 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 Secured him He recommended it to others who IlRre also cured Kodols Dyspepsia Cure digests what I you eat and cures all stomach trouIbles Sold by Z Wayne Bro m i A River of InK There exists in Algeria a small stream which nature has turned into ink It is formed by the union of two rivulets one of which is very strongly impregnated with Iron while the other mean ing through a peat marsh imbibes large quantities- of gallic acid Letters have been writtenwith the natural compound of iron and gallic acid which forms a small yet wonderful stream I Thank the Lordl Cried Hanna Plant of Little Rock Ark for the relief Igot from Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured- t my fearful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which I had suffered for 5 years It isn marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffin 8 Bros drug store 25c m If Not Why Not If a goodnatured man cant chuck a girl under the chin goodnaturedl- yL without any Tilterior purpose or arrestedeis this world coming to Men must behoove their behoovement To Consumptives The undersigned having been 10 stored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx ious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will fiml a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes allsufferers will try his remedy as itisJnvaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will lease address Rev Edward AI WilsOn Brooklyn New York 32ry n 1 I slmilaling AlcgclablePreparaltbnforAs ihcFowjpndRcguIa r ling the Stomachs andBowcls of IN J Promotes Digc5I ness andltestConlains Opium forphin nor TSOTTCARCOTIC neitherI Jd AOI I 3i dorad AcMUSJit t Jd 1 JWHrn ofJ v A J4b nnrInon Sour worms c ncss anti nVUI5ionSfcwrjShI NEW YORK LEXACT copy oi wRAPPcR GASTORIA For and Children The Kind You Have- Aiway IIlof tIi11j Thirty Year- sCASTORIA COT I I I I I I I 0 0 0 0 0 0 Harris Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why HPCHUM It cures coraplttrljr and at once It rrllcm the pangs of a living death AllcaseohlIlel can beeoredbjnsurgical operation Imtjoa would rather hare Pile cured wlthont the knife HAItltIS roSITlVErilECUPFwllldolt Made only bj the I LeltcbBrld 1harinnrnl Co loc For lalt by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I I I I I I 1 I ITO BE OF VALUE MUST BE USEFUL Abusiness education can be used every day and is therefore the obtainable Hundreds of graduates in permanent positions owe tlfeir success to a course in r- ai COLLEGE a Wo tea thoroughly and practically Bookkeeping Penmanship Business Arithmetic Spelling Commercial Law Banking Typewriting and Business practice Large PatronageCheap Board Tuition Write for catalogue Address BUSINESS COLLEGE EVAN8VILLB IND on HOPKIN8VILLE KY IpI ANYBODY r WE JI butte anunKi that hit iboUl caniut Ic Imleoed iin a Ttee lfal olulelir w Ki haUTKV15NHI they lImade rliht a a la I i itlc l r IHIIPMC at pwltlralritKucllcJ NgwcwicrUieat- hltSTEVENS RIFLES PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS hat beta aduiteil III fctbitKC toallathenttaeW uouadl I STEVENS FIREARMS art told I all ipoftlnir roortl aad bulwirt dttlen I Aiklhmfcti ri + to getSC IU fecit tonltk omrttiln N JitII Rood The hot that biten Arm MS OUANANTSIO Poll QUALITY I sae W to aN w eery rol Iwo ItnAd itamjK for Swtnu Boole and RIM rattle J STEVENS ARMS 6 TOOL Co- P O Box 4092 Chlcopee Falls MaasU5A r THE is prepared to do I your Toll in a first class manner 1 Infants Jght Signature 1 Use For Over TNe CNTAWH OMPAIir HM TOM Positive LOCKYEARS BUSINESS LOCKYEARS REPUBLICAN Printing Work as good as the best and prices as client 1as the cheapest Give us your order and be convinced I = r Ask For 1847ROGERS BROS If you want surer Plate I That wj lIaiteI t WlROGERS BROS and you will- RCcive the i oriigltneaarRogers O Knives Forks rSOons itc 1 of leading loana IIThe++ +t+ ttw+++++++ ++++ id + ++ + X o++ F4Fii r t FEMACURA remdleefornnleUieAareonbenutrkeibat thv only onw that I but roT nti be in nholntelud poitlveeare for nil form of 1cnmU Trouble Is i 1ruloucurulf4l + + It ++ + y a r i a tirt 71t9y r c r rte Y f V rr- t GREAT REDUCTIONSALE During tHe Street Pair here two days rily26 and 27 This is one of the Greatest Features Of9 the Street PairEverything in our house will be displayed on bargain counters and will have nll must astonishing bargains Sale willA open at 8 oclock Friday morning 26th of this month and will continue until Saturday night I PatternsA Patterns consisting of 12Jc and 15c per yard goods Reduction sale price Sic per yard A large assortment of fancy Dress Ginghams willcost you lOc per yard anywhere Reduction sale price Sc per yard We will put on sale a lot of Childrens and Misses Shoes at prices that will make all past sales of Shoes look small compared with this one Come in and see for yourself Ladies Vici Dress Shoes in the latest make a 150 sell er we will put them on sale for 100 A dressy line of uptodate Pants which we will not price here will be shown in this sale Handkerchiefs Styleheelallways We not quoting bargains in that bargains are Remember place SAM BACH = Hartford Kentucky Y Hartford Republican Muedbytbe llurtlonl i nbltebingCompan- r1Ca9rnaML0 C E cpnot Ea- curnblan34aQu-Ch217 2 FRIDAY MAY 19 FOR MAOISTUATE- V are unthorlted to announce JOHN JI llAIIAM Narrow a a cnnJMnt for tba office of Mnctntrnt of the Sulphur Sprlnp dlrttfetuhlecttutheaction ol the Ilepnblleao pnrtj IT is to be hoped that Japan and Russias effort to stretch their little neighborhood quarrel into a big fuss will prove futile AN exchange obsc es as follows Whenever the Kentucky courts can think of nothing else to do they turn in and try Caleb Powers over again JIM HARms Elbert Hargis and Ed Callahan have been released from prison and have gone back to Breath itt to resume their assassination industry IN of Secretary Taft is as available for holding down the lid as ever and in any other respect he is not to be discounted in the least THE Supreme Court of Kansas has decided that whisky is not property This no doubt will cause redoubled efforts in certain directions to put it down To most people an old coat thats paid for feels better than a new one that isnt but its the looks of the garment these days and not the feel ing of it that counts I THE stupendous t kof ounting the money in the United States i Treasury will be begun in June It Y will probably take several months to complete the work IF Hoch the alleged wife T and mutomatrimonal adventurer r could in some way convince the jury I that he is as as he looks he would have easy sailing ee AErEn slaying a few grizzlies in Colorado anil braving the unterri fled Iroquois Clubmen in their Chi President Roosevelt is backlit hard at work on 1 r 1 I j the vexing affairs of State that arose I during his absence WITH the report announcing the freedom of Nan Patterson comes the statement that the show girl has positively to return to the stage Now if she will stay off the lecture platform to write a book and go back home and help her ma the public may feel more kindly towards her PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT in discuss ing the Chicago labor Riots says Whether the man owns the biggest railroad or the greatest outside cor poration in the land or whether he makes each days bread by the sweat of that days toil he is entitled to justice and fair and no more and no less TilE Ohio Republican tick et made up as it is of gentlemen of sterling worth and strong personality has become the subject of favor able comment in every section of the county Not only but Independens Democra in fact all closes are flocking to the support of the good men comprising the ticket I AT A call sessions of the Fiscal Court held last week three iron bridges were ordered constructed I on across Rough creek at Ambroses Ford one across Indian Camp creek near Select and one across Panther creek at Hamiltons Ford They will no doubt add much to the convenience I I of travel in the localities the are to be erected About this however we are not advised but jug ling from the interest taken by the i citizens near their respective loca tions we assume that they are need rcmlIcon struction be let publicaly to the lowest I responsible bidder after due notice to i all accessable bridge companies We make these observations as a gentle suggestion What do you thinkof the It is a question of i interest to every Ohio county citizen and we are sure that the respectivcI committees on wouldt be pleased to have the matter edif for no other purpose than to show that you have an interest in the countys affairs and then discussion among we citizens might an ided that would be beneficial to the liens Summer Underwear well made and good quality which you pay50c per suit anywhere reduced to 39c per suit We haye 26 pair Qf Mens 125 Pants which we will put on sale for 85c We have 30 pair of Mens 150 Pants which we will oiler for 115 liens large 7 for 25c Meats work Sox G for 25c Mens Heavy lOc work Sox 7c a pair Gut greatest special for this sale is our lot of Mans Suits which have always been sold for 750 we urn oiler ing at this sale for 498 45 pair of Ladies Slipper made in patent tips broad toes and the latest sold for 135 reduc ed price 9Sc all our so is all the the point innocent declined refuse yet dealing where suggist building committees Lets hear from you what do you say Notice Taken up by Stock Warden J R Phipps four head of cattle ranging from 1 to 3 year old allred two marked smooth crop off right ear others unmarked J R PHIPPS Hartford Ky Call For Convention- At acall meeting of the commitee of the Centertown Magi s terial district held in Centertown Ohio county Ky on Saturday 6th 1905 the following resolution was adopted ResolvedIThat a delegate convention be held in the town of Center town Ky on Monday June 5th 1905 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of candidates for Magistrate and constable to be voted for at the November election 1905 and that precinct conventions be held in each f of the voting precincts in said diric- on Saturday June3rd 1905 at 130 oclock p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend said district convention on June 5th and tha each precinct be allowed the followed delegated vote Centertown Ceral vo I 2 Smallhouse 1 Point Pleasant 2 and the candidate receiving a majority of the delegatevotes cast in said district convention shall be declared the nominee of the party for said office 43t4 G F ChmnI NoticeIBy a typographical error in my bills concerning my horse Dr Bui I lington the statement was left out that I insure all colts to stand up and I suck EL BULINGTOK I IFineShowing was made In the common school graduation examination held Friday and Saturday Last year Ohio county stood first in point of the number of tier graduates with fiftytwo So far one hundred and two have been reported for thisI year and two examinations are yet to be herd from The following reports have been secured by the REPUBLICAN viz 4 HartfordSupt DeWeese 30 grad TrislerA G Moxley 15 graduates Magan Willie Llewellyn 8 HenryLeach I lis Horse Branch Mrs Mary Holloway 6 raduates A pletelist of the graduates wilappeart m weeks REPUBLICAI lOOLions Tigers Dreamland Shooting the Chutes r its oX Fancy Dregs lIottn ho- I slighted Sale price c30t Hero is a great tip wo kayo 30 Ions Suits in all sixes 1 would bo a bargain at 500 sale price 238 i hens Fine Shoes in all sixes and leathers a Belle everywhere for 150 sale price 110 Mens Fine 200 Shoes of the latest will bo reduced to 118 rThe latest shape Hats in brown or Markcolors real selling price 150 sale price nBc I Our best 200 lint will be given in sale fur 138 We have a beautiful line of UptoDato Straw Hats which you will bu able to buy at 25 per cent cheaper than usual come in and look our stock of Hats Dont cost anything to look are this paper dont think this we giving UIITJIEUor avoirdupois murderer Washington Republicans proposition Republican May Nominating Republican CHAPMAN 6graduates t 1eIppppppe s jHawesville Day it Friday May 19 IAt Big a J Ii Oweiisboro Spring Carnival May 2227 a = Under the Auspices of the Woodmen of the World = = A Grand Gala Week of Merriment Fun Festivity = Startling Surprises h a THE GREAT MUNDY SHOWS rIa Throetmore trained animals more than any other carnival extant today Panthers100tand soarsl India I HereafterStadium Chefailo Diavolo Voltaires Ilf Prof Bigney Shirt3a bargain sure over the and performers with Fire 20BIG Attractions t Tho A 4Babylncubators r Gondolasill Gibson Girls xSouthland xMiss Brown from London Creation IIIIMostIfulIMarvelous IInIncomparableVx The largest most complete trained exhibition in the world today A nervethrilline lesson nf Wild tigersPthereby exclusiveII Iaaaaa I m BBFAB 8A8 38 thi y4IAIatl cffQRgKt E8 I COME TO THE STREET FAIRm iP AND J3l I Make Your Headquarters With r I I r Fair 8l Company I The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing r House of HartfordAs ono of tilt promoters of this enterprise wo are going to try and make these two it lays ono of both pleasure nnd profit to all who may attend SPECIAL SALE I PRICES will bo made through our entire establishment Combine business with pleasure spend two days with us Wp guarantee you a pleasant time Our ReadyMade Department Includes Skirts ShirtWaist and Muslin Under wear We are showing these in all the late spring styles and shades We would be glad to show you tills line Have you compared our styles and pri p CCA with those you have been paying SPECIAL PRICES during the Street Fair- e Woolen Dress Goods Department- If we cannot please you we think it useless for you to try farther Our line comprisesall the new shades in Mohairs and Panama Cloth These fab Ai tics for Skirts and ShirtWaist Suit are the ascend ency Visit us get our prices and wee will do the rest Our 5c and IOc Bargain BasementV- isit this department and you will be astonished at tho many useful articles it contains Nothing t that cost you over 5c and lOc A look will con 4vineyou that we are selling ypu goods that will cost you anywhere 50 per cent more Dont leave Hartford before you pay this department a visit 4 Thanking you in ad- vanceS for your i pres ence We are yours truly 8BB sBBB1 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 19 Illinois Contral RnllroadTlme Table I North Mound Month lloiiml Nollidu407am No 131 lul lam Nn irMnU30im Nnloldne353pm- NoluSdne3lpm No131dup4OpIn- p I MOTIVE TIIR nilPttnLIOAN will 1 prim trcc nlrnnrce Jtrinnrr Nnllrri Obliunrlri Ilmnlnlloim or Ilrtrcl Etcwtho rxleul ol ISO word All nvrr thnt nmnnnt se charge for ni the late et lo irr word enoli In advance Arllrlm In exocaN at 130 wordN will lift cut dawn In required limit nnlnn J inomy In win with inmimerlpl Po iAr3 lun word in every luimner You can get a bargain in a Shirt at Long Cos k John Blair Buford called at this office Monday My myI what nice Vegetable Soup 1 if at City Restaurant E E Rogers Beaver Dam called to see us Monday I Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky 42t12 See the fine line of Cakes and Crack era at City Restaurant John Paxton Beaver Dam waS a 1 pleasant caller Monday y f If you want money for your Wool bring it to Carson Co I J Ti Davis Sunnydale was a very a pleasant caller Monday A big line of ladies Neckwear now on display at Long Cos Esq Jas A Bowling Narrows was a very pleasont caller Tuesday Everything good to eat at City Res o taurant Most uptodate place in i Hartford I L 4we have no v on sale a big lot of Men and Boys Straw Hats at a real bargain Dont fail tosee them CoIIr 1f Street times IOuradepartmentgoods I Our Shoe Department a There is no doubt about the excellency of style i and the superiorly in our line of Ladies Mens and Childrens Shoes and Slippers over lines that youIsee We can conuince you of this tact if you step in aud inspect them Special prices in this department during the Street Fair I Our Clothing DepartmentcIs brim full of the latest for Men and Boys We are anxious to show our line Remember we buy these goods for cash Save all discounts By soIdoing we are able to save money on your suit We would be glad to have you come and examine our line whether or not prices May 26 and 27CI 11our IJudge W B Taylor called to see All kinds of Cool Drinks at Griffins Drug Store 43t3 Charlie Ashby Rockport called to see us Monday W F CofTman Matanzas called to see us Monday G M Maddox Rockport called to see us Monday All kinds of sewing machine Sup plies at City Restaurant Alonzo McDaniel Friedaland cal led to see us last Friday Forty yards Bleach Remnant Calico for75catCarson Cos Elmer Barnard Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller Monday Try those Sweet and Sour Pickles at City Restaurant So nice If you need Spring Clothing and nice Dress Goods come to Carson Co Why dont you price our Lace Cur tains You will be surprised how cheap they are LONG Co R A Anderson of the North Hartford neighborhood was a very pleasant caller last Saturday We have agood lot of Pound Prints Percal and Toweling which costs you 2c to 2 Jc per yard CARSON Co For ill kinds of fresh and dried Meats also Flour Meal Lime Salt Coffee Lard and Sugar go to Keown King the butchers The first teachers examination for the year will be held here to day and tomorrow Quite q number of young teachers will likely attend Lost between Beaver Dam and Hartford about three weeks ago a 38 Smith and Wesson revolver Return to this office and receive reward By reason of an error Carson Cos premium for the Street Fair readone sewing machine 1000 when it should have been 25X see cor rotted list in anothercolpmn I WSeetSilk Dress to best I I Lady rider EEaE rE I 1Iy1Iyl that good Fish at City Restaurant Mr Roy Armendt Narrows called i to see us Tuesday Garfield Barnard Horse Branch called to see us Tuesday Hot Fish Corn Bread and Coffee at City Restaurant So good Capt A Br Stanley Beaver Damt Wasa pleasant c llerTuesdayI If you have Chickens and Eggs to sell bring them to Carson CoIDont fail to visit our Clothing department Bargain guaranteedLONG Co Dont forget those nice Steak andC Fish Meals at City Restaurant next Monday Look at our line of mens lowcuts and Patent Leathers at from 225 up LONG Co Esq C L Woodward Beave- Dam was a very pleasant calle Monday Mrs S C Smith can get you up a swell Hat now She is always ready to show you through the stock LONGCO CANCER CUREDNo cure no pavICall on or address DR G F CHAPMAN OR EASLEY 42t4 Centertown Ky We can show you some very ne things in Millinery goods Visit thb department before you buy LONG Co Mrs F L Sandefur and sdns theIThe funeral s ervices of Viola and Estil Bennett wall be held at Wash ington church on 3rd of this month instead of atAlexander as for 1 merly announced Mr A E Ellis will leave ina few days for Morganfi eld to accept a po sition with the Morganfield National Bank Mr Ellis is successful teacher and we bespeak for him success in hl9 new field I j r9urV 1f 1 Mr and Mrs Alvin Rowe visited In the City Wednesday Editor Heber Matthews is quiet it at his home on Center Street IThe Pension Board held its at the office of Dr S J Wedding Wednesday Bring us your WoolCVPy top prices either in cash or trade CARSON Co to the wife of Prof 0 M IJlorn Tuesday a fine girl Mother doing well IGet your Meals and Lunches in Hartford at City Restau rant Everything good to eat We will be pleased to show you our line of shoes Just ask to see them and we will do the rest LONG Co A C Taylors new Bug gies are new They are also the latest styles hersI dry 46tf IDont forget we will pay the market price for Wool and sell you goods at the lowest possible price LONG Co Mrs Wayne Griffin and children were the guests of Mrs Griffins parents Mr and Mrs F 0 Austin Beaver Dam first of the week The Hartford IceCos ice coupon books have been received and are on sale Any one desiring one an procure same from the delivery boyCommencement exercises are being at West Kentucky Seminery Beaver Dam this week Quite inter estngi programs have been rendered night Several valuable news letter had to left out this week for want of space We Will kindly ask the in CorrespondentsI AIe tending Circuit Court pureIAll kinds of fresh and cured meats Also Flour Meal Sugar and Coffee 14 pounds of granulated Sugar 100 44t2 Dr J H Burnett has resigned the pastorate of Hartford Baptist church to accept a call from the Baptist church a Springfield Tenn Dr Burnett is an able preacher and a genial good man and Hartfordwill give up with sad regrets he and his estimable family Mr F T Gunthera brother ofour townsmen Mr Louis Gunther died his home at Owensboro last Friday after a brief illness of apoplexy Gunther was one of the best and most prosperous citizens of Owens boro Mr Lewis Gunther and daughter Miss Hennie attended his funeral and burial returning Mon t The Hartford Mill Company has the following to sell Flour Meal Corn Hay and Mixed Feed Lumber of all allrTransoms Screen Doors a specialty Shingles Laths and builders hardware Lime and Cement We have a regular Custom Feed Mill and grind plow points Come and see what weve got Whether you have any business or trotw r For Sale Thoroughbred poultry eggs and plants fpr sale Barred Plymouth Rock and the celebrated Brown Leg horn called the best layers in the world One rooster from Mor ganfield brie from Illinois and one from New York State cost ing as high as 750 Hens weighing over nine pounds Eggs fromJ75c to 150 per setting Will havein due time 100000 Sweet Potato Cabbage and Tomato Plants Also have twostray steers E M MILLEnIPhone 132 Those Steak Meals the City Re- ataurantserveare simply fine Try 1one when you are in Hartford A head end collision of a fast betweenrEchpls yesterday at ouroclockresulted in the death of seven people althought to be train men The collision was caused by failure of the trains to receive or ders regearding place at which they were to pass each other ESTRAV One pale red heifer with short crumply horns heavy built unmarked now about 3 years old Has been gone from my farm near Sulphur Springs since June 1904 A liberal reward will be paid for return of same or any information leading to recovery SCHUYLER S ACTON Sulphur Springs Ky r The W K S Literary Society of Beaver Dam will entertain at Tay lors Opera Hall next Wednesday night May 24 under the auspices of the Ladies of the Maccabees Madam Jollys Modern Show and Old Maids Club will be among the numbers rendered Doors will not open until after pray er meeting hour Admission 25c and 35cIMr and Mrs M S enter tained quite a number of little girls I in honor of their granddaughter I little Miss Christine Cannon last Saturday afternoon those present I were little Misses Lelia Glenn Myrtie Williams Flora Riley Alma Riley j I Ayers This failing of your hair I Stop it or you will soon be bald Give your hair some Ayers Hair Vigor The fall ing will stop the hair will Hair Vigor grow and the scalp will be clean and healthy Why be satisfied with poor hair when you can make it rich ithentrledAyerthe falling Ken lialr rome In real thick aid i SKITBaratop nnAllThickHaii Rebecca Shultz Katie Pendleftn Mary Laura Pendleton Louise Phipps Mary Anderson Jennie Gillaspie Lucile Pirtle Elizabeth Davison Maurine Martin Zoo Keowrt Grace Forrester Lizzie OBannon Corinne Woodard Alice Taylor Cliffie Felix Nancy Ford Christine Cannon and Marie Ragland Dainty refreshments were served during the afternoon and the little folks enjoyed many innocent games all report quiet a nice time 3 I Opportunity i Is Knocking i At Your Door 14 bit bit Jj Dont let it slip by unimproved A splendid f44 chance to furnish your home with the newest mdlJtt Jj best line of Furniture at a big saving hiprice is now z r offered When in need of Furniture of niiv descripfc 49 lion come direct to A l Taylor the Furniuiro man J J he can fit yiu cutJ Hi Dofl11e y J Wagons and HarnoRS nlwnya in stock All goods of tho newest and latest All rirstclass Its ikJ i bit A C TAYLOR r 7 Hat9Qrd Ky- IITt t7gNMMMRrMiMi 11T r TrT t1 lTYrT 41or1 Rogers Company w jqWishes to announce to the people of Ohio county that they have 41 purchased the stock of J W Martin and haVe combined the two lb t 4Q stores together making a stock oftwenty thousand dollars the tmost uptodate in the county and will sell there at a greAt re Mao Jj duced price as we want to run the stock down so as to get both y 41 stocks in ode house and will givethe trade the benefit of our b I bargains to gain your confidence We will make you special j Ji prices for the next twenty days y 49 Special prices on Laces and Summer Wash Goods from 4c to 49 15cper yard Ip 4 PJ Calicoes r4V Of all kinds and colors 4ic per yard Shirting from 4c toS per J V Gingham from 4c to 10 We have a niceline of btM jjS49 125 All 12ic Percal lOc lOc Percals for 8c Ladies Vests 4c J 4 to 20c Mens Underwear Uc per Suit I tfl fc 41ft bitfiIfl i 1 Ifl Shoes and liippersr49 Of all styles and colors at actual cost Got tdb many they mUbt 49 go at some price f = lit t i Millinery 1fl0urhpe cannot be surpassed for style and beauty Come and y49 see them we will make the price as low as the lowest lJ = Come and bring your Wool and Produce ofall kinds and get 1b l 0 fair and honest dealings by trading with j Rogersls Company = Beaver Dam Ky trirfi W iiI tr I 1 s iI tii i Bring Us Your Wool S a Chickens Eggs and all the produce you have and exchange J r7 them for the nicest and cheapest line of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Slippers Groceries and Drugs In fact we have M 4everything you may need to supply your wants j We are now showing a nice line of Dress Goods at very it low prices Clothing Never before have we shown such a line of Clothing ii Come in and let us fit you out with something that will make you feel like you got your moneys worth t Groceries We have n fun line of Groceries at rock bottom prices Drugs Remember there is no more complete line of Drugs in Wes J tern Kentucky Prescriptions carefully looked after antI + promptly filled j If you cannot visit us send the boys and girls the smallest child will receive the same amount of goods as the father for ii we are a one price store to one and an JThanking you for your past patronage and wishing a continuance of same We are as ever 2- i Yours for business J fThe Brown Mercantile Co lIcor PUIZATIID McHenry Ky 4i M44M4R HARTFORD STREET FAIRI List of Premiums to be Awarded on May 26th andI27th 1905ti FIRST DAY MAY 26 Ring No 1 Premium by Z Wayne Griffin Bro the druggists for the ladies best white layer cake 1st premium a beautiful jew el faced gilt clock 1000 I 2nd premium clock 250 j Ring No 2 Premium by Carson Co general merchants best pair mules owned by one man one sew ing machine 2500 Ring No 3Premium by First National Bank of Hartford largest family father mother and children j tobepresentpremiumingold2300 Ring No 4Premium by Sander fur Co the grocery men best pair farm horses premium to be given in groceries 500 Ring No 5 Premium by A D White groceries and hardware prettiest baby under one year old I in cash 500 Ring No 6 Premium by Moore e1 Crabtree the meat men best calf 3 months old or more to be sold to them at market price after the award 500 Ring No 7 Premium by J C Her the grocerman and confection er for the tackiest turnout one set of harness 1000 Ring No SPremium by Carson best suck IotIgunBach the dry goods merchant best suckling mule colt one outfit suit shoes and hat to the amount of 1500 Ring No 10 Premium by Black Birkhead the liverymen best boy rider under 15 years of ageone bridle and saddle la0o Ring No 11 Premium by W M Hudson the saloon man best mar and suckling colt in cash 1500 Ring No 12 Premium by Z Wayne Gritlin Bro best pair of general utility horses owned by on man first premium one Mk gold watch warranted for 10 years 1000 2nd premium one 251b pail inter national stock food 350 Ring No 13 Premium byJ H Williams the druggist for the t handsomest centerpiece one ladies hand bag 000 t Ring No 11 Premium by Keown the meat men best beef 4cow and they are to have the p- rivite 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 f one set of six cut glass turn k lien 300 Ring No 16 Premium by Henry Nail the saloon man fortha best L ii lg1il brass band in Ohio county to bepaid in cash Ring No 17Premium by J HIWilliams the druggist for the hand somest specimen of drawn work one lamp 600 Ring No 18 Premium by G B Williams the City Restaurant best girl rider under 15 years of age one side saddle 500 27IJ H white cake one library lamp 500 Ring No 20Premium by G B Williams the City Restaurant best boy rider under 15 years of age the 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 and manufacturers agents for the best church choir in Ohio county one handsone church organ 3500 Ring No 22Premium by Fair Co the diy goods merchants for the best lady rider a fine silk dress 2500IRing No 23Premium by Ford the mill man best pair chickf ens 50 pounds of flour Ring No 24Premium by Long Co at the Economy Store for handsomest turnout lady and gentleman ladies hat 300 to the lady and one pair mens shoes 500 to the gentlemanRing 25 Premium by J W Ford the mill man largest turkey 50 pounds flour Ring No 26 Premium by Dr M H Tappan the optician for the oldest lady present one pair of fine spectacles 500 Ring No 27 Premium by L T Barnard the liveryman best mare and suckling mule colt saddlebridle and blanket 1000 Ring No 28 Premium by J WI Ford the mill man for the best pig under six months old 100 pounds flour Ring No 29 Premium by C E t cadedie and harness gelding oneI plow 350 Ring No 30 Premium by A CI furnieture man most popular young lady an iron bed 1500 One receiving second highest numI her votes a reed rocking chair 10 Ring No 31 Premium by Hart ford Mill Co for second largest family father mother and all chil deco to be present one barrel of flower a 600 Ring No 32Premium by W S Tinsley the hardware man best ewe and lambone blue flame wickless stove 850 Ring No 33 Premium by W C Schlemmer the bakery man best bushel of wheat in cash 500 Ring No 34 Premium by bank of Hartford best general utility horse either sex an age in cash 10 Ring No 35 Premium by The T J Turley Co the farming in plement and hardware dealers drive wagon to the most popular j young man to be decided by vot of visitors 5000 RULES ETC Sec I The following well known citizens of Ohio county have been se lected as an executive board to have charge of the Street Fair and they will have general supervision over all the entries and the awarding j of prizes towit David Moreland John C Westerfield Harrison Aus tin J B Mitchell and W M Ad dington I Sec 11 The Secretary to be uPI pointedshall keep a record of all theI ljinghe shall issue his warrant on the per son offering said premium for and he shall assist in counting an1lj amining rtny contest for any prei nlimnSec 111 All premiums are to remain in possession of the person giving I same until four oclock p m of t the last day of the Fair I Sec IV There shall be no entry fee charged for any ring or exibi- and anyone may make entry in any ringexcept the citizens of Hartford Sec V No one but farmers will I be allowed to act as a member of Texecutive board Sec VI The executive board shall select the judges to decide all rings in contest but in no event shall any of the judges so selected be citi I zens of the town of Hartford Sec VII All entries niust be made with the secretaries on or be fore 12 oclock a m of the first day of the Fair- S Sec VIII All articles after being exhibited shall be returned to the owner Sec IX No outside amusements or entertainments will be allowed en the streets during this Fair No lunch stands will be allowed on the streets State of Ohio City of Toledo i Lucas Cqunty i Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed- in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 SGleasonea Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonals free F1 Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists Toe Take Halls Family Pills for con stiption i Bryan on Base Ball The base ball season is on once more and the lovers of the game are packing the bleachers and grand stand and cheering their favorites to victory Baseball has a greater hold on the American people than any other athletic game It is a game of skill and sience it furnishes exercises for participant and spectator it takes those who play and those who watch out of thedaily grind of business and gives them fresh air and fresh blood and fresh impulse The growing boy who does not love to play ball should be looked after carefully The grown man who ines not love to watch a good game betrays the fact that he missed some things in his narly training One reason why baseball has so long retained its place in the hearts ofI the people is that it has been kept practically free from the taint of gambling It is a clean sport andas long as it remains such it will retain its place at the bead of the American games of athletics A Scientific Discovery Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and beakfKodol Dyspepsia Cure digests d you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organ to transform all food into rich red blood Sold by Z I Wayne Griffin Bro m a I lT BB 0 1INothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery For viu1lT1o PrlCI 1100OLIlIi I A Perfect For All Throat andI1 Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fails Trial Obtuse free BEST FOR THE BOWELS theidolentPeflaorpill 1oloelsrfegerou Th keeplogijCANDY EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pltaiant relatable Potent Taste flood Da andtIttontiealth AdJrtit 4H Sterling Rcnxdi Company Chlciao or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer exceptional induce ments to someonel who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his timet to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableof development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE WheelerSWilson Mfg Co 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 8lgnatnra of iaf7T U X Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this office cheap Henry e Wattersons Letters from EuropeWill A Leading Feature of rh- oCourierJournal During 1Q05- Thf s lit mnv other Mlriictv- di pnfllf8 t Io1 In Ilikc f comj lte New spapt r Mall Rater Daily CourierJournal 1 Yr 6 Daily and Sunday I Yr Sl 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1 I and will you and pay for of your h Our Free Proposition FIRST BOTTLE FREE ItronDoedDrOtt I 1 en have pleato lead DI the coupon herewith We will then send an order ou a uUlzod bottle free and o will pay your druggist onnelrealortt Thll II our free gift made toooaelnceyoaltoahawyon- what Dr Ottoi Cora BalMm la and W it can accept you under no obligation whatever No lick ono can much an offer and bo fair tohlmiolf Therery act of tho offer mot conTinco yon that DrOtteesprSeeGamHdram- oes ai wa claim Wo wonld inrolr pay a and giro it away Iftuorowttaanydonbtof reinlti You want tboaoreiulta you want to be well WOIl 01 let III atourezpenae show yonthewa 1y Dr Oflos Spruce Gum Balsam Is sold la two sizes 25o and 50c l a31DWDS f3an Ti f M IUKNTT c i NHITB BAR IET f SMITH TT01JtfES AT LAW yil llioriinrtu IhliMinil in1iilnltiBri riltl nnilC iitr f 1en str- SperlnlallrhllubRlydllunlilnlelheorint hnInIlIIlO1Itrunlla4 lIulIIIt r FRANK Le FELIX Attorney at LawII XltTrOlllt KY trill unirilif his 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mnlunteatlmupatentPatenta y theScientific aneA handmmety iihutreted eetl SuindnbyallnewdsderaMUNfCoariB4sdsNewYork e JI PROCURED AND DEFENDED Bendmodel- rewto orinutolur n Mink and tree report mrkticopyrWhketcJ1dtI1 eel 1 Ita+ ors s II If 1woaryEtelutlrtlrwrite111 Jttntt 1 osWASHINGTON As Child r rInLung Troubles Whooping Cough Croup Bronchitis Asthma Soro Throat wo glvo an ordor L gist him abottlo on drugs DR OTTOS SPRUCE GUM BALSAh I RNCOUGHS I FStFlyou neglect not for IFor11 dieAppyly 4 I Give tail Addrll Writs tlefti For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Harttorct Ky y tIOJ 91 gdye 1 W f- I FREE TUIT ONIITwo Weeks Free Tuition in the OwensboroBusiness University If It Individual instructions from a large and tcompetent faculty Every Graduate secures t employment Free membership in the V Me C A gymnasium and library Write for full information A M FISHER Ares M Jlu nn n nJl fir m u n t It I RHEUMATISManti 4cured ARGON OIL is the remedy its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it andI it you are not satisfied your money will be cheerfully refunded Ask you Druggist p5c 50 b ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky I H EDUCATIONBUSINESS4 a3 Ii absolutely necessary to the young luau or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded it is of lint importance to get your training at the schools that stand in theC l very front ran- kBRYANT STRATTON Business College N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky J BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one a special SHORTHAND ist in his line Write for a htvuitilul book giving k TYPEWRITING testimonials from graduates occupying prominenti t positions all over the Uuiled States it will he mailed to you S f open nil the year Students can enter at any tim E J WRIGHT PrcMldonU ur rThe Wonderful Stallion i I GOEBEL Wilt ittake tie season of 1905 at E D Oldhams stable near Beaver Dam jKy at 15 to insure a living colt Care will be taken to prevent acct 9 dents but will riot 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 is paid This magnificent horse is pronounced by the best judges of horse flesh to be the best combined saddle and harness stallion in Kentucky H needs no reputation as a show horse to those who have seen him show H 4 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 1r lis a model horse and he proves to be an excellent breeder Description and Pedigree GOEBEL la a coal black stallion three white feet star in forehead 1 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 i Bell he by Happy Cross 52 in S Hi Bs Association Happy Cross is by Girrarda Chief 2253J first dam by old State Denmark Happy Bells firs dam by imported Scython thoroughbred GoebelS first dam by Roll Gold Dust he by Arabian Gold Dusthe by Dorseys Gold Dust160 dam is MpHie W by Fancy Gold Dust he by old Gold Dust 150 Secpn dam by DrJ H Thomas qld Cotton Picker Gpebels first dam a half h sister to Nellie W 1JI In L desire too thankethe citizens for their support last year and would ly ask all e is to raise fine colts tocall and pee my stock befor- hreeding elsewhere I s PREMIUM I will give the season for thebest colt of his get this yen and 10 for the 2nd best Colts to be shown at Beaver Dam on Saturd before the Ohio County Fair 1906 K Ft WCREAOER Coclllo Ky 1 ut vSte r1 I1Ir 0 CONFEDERATE VETS Troop of Gavalry to Hide From INashville to Lou isville Mounted on good hordes and going across the country as if on a genuine wartime raid a toop of calvary composed of Confederate veterans will ride into Louisville on June 13th and will pitch camp there for a four days stay They will come all the way rom Nashville on their horses and will revive the memory of the days when they rode behind Wheeler and Stuart and Forest About the time the troop of real calvery reaches Lou isville another body of men which will be distinctive will also arrive in the city This body will come from the Indian Territory and will be composed of Choctaw Indians with W P Byrd their chief at the headReports which have been receiv ed at the headquarters show that the attendance will be remarkably large and that every town and city in the State will send largedelega tions He Stopped the Paper CAn acquaintance met Horace Gree ly one day and said Mr Greely Ive stopped your paper Have you said the editor Well thats too bad And he went his way The next morning Mr Greely met his subsciber again and said I thought you had stopped the Trib une So I did Then there must be a mistake said Mr Creels for I just came from the office and the presses were runing the clerks were as busy as the compositors were hardat work and the business was going on the same as yesterday and the day heforefOhl ejaculated the subscriber I didnt mean that I had stopped paper I stopped only my copy of because I didnt like your editor ials Pshaw retorted Mr Greely it wasnt worth taking up my time to tell me such a tile as that My dear sir if you expect to control the ute terance of the Tribune by the pur chase of one copy a day or if you think to find any newspaper or mag azine worth reading that will never express conviction at right angles with your own you are doomed to disappointment A Wise Mine Mule In a certain mine in Schuylkil county Pa is a mule drawing load ed coal cars on a circular track six hundred feet beneath the the ground No one has for a long period either driven him or saida word to him in connection with his work which he has been carrying on for many years When he hears the click made by attaching the second car to his chain hemoves off the load If three are attached he will not budge Neither will he move if one is attached No amount of beating changes this resolution When whistle blows at 12 oclock he immediately goes to the place where his feed is left eats it with gusto then lies down rest until the 1 oclock 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 rind since using less than one bottle of your Texas haveefeelethat I am almost cured and can cheerfully recommend you to the public Yours very truly H C TOMAs 520 Third Ave A T XAS WONDER GOne small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder topbles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis rheumaa tism anddwomen in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on bottlee aboverymentibned y r Hall sole manufacturer PQ box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo I r + Li whistle blows He then goes up and places himself in a position to draw cars again When the 6 oclock whistle blows no matter when he idhe stops work and no amount of coaxing or beating makes the slight est impression or alteration on his hand Black Death Threatens e iimalm world lierald Eminent scientists issue the grim warning that the bubonic plague the dreaded black death of the mid dle ages is making ready again to sweep over the earth and make the disheartening admission that when it comes for all the boasted increase in medical knowledge and better ment of hygenic conditions it will be impossible almost to stay its courseSays Dr De Lisle a leading bac teriologist The plague is but awaiting when the population of the earth shall be ripe for the scythe It may be one year it may be ten before the conditions are fruitful for a worldwide scourge Something will arouse the semidormant bacillus Some blimatic or meteors logical condition will present itself when the pest will strike allover the world practically in an instant Hence I say the race is threatened by the plague In the forteenth century the plague swept away hundreds of mi lions of people all but depopulating many portions of Europe In the last general epidemic in 1879 almost 4000000 people perished in India and China Where it flourishes human beings die like flies at the first frost die in the greatest agony and torment not more than one in a hun dred of those who are stricken recovers It is virulently contagious and science has discovered no where by to check its spread The plague has recently appeared in New York California Mexico and several of the South America States as well as in the Philippines Australia South Africa and many other places in Europe Its breeding placerhowever is in India from whence it threatens to strike the earth when conditions are ripe Full Measured So he marries a college woman It must be tought to be tied to a woman who knows so mush he doesnt Know That doesnt hurt him so much as the fact that she knows how much he doesnt Cart of Umberellas- In most cases umberellas are not fairly worn out they are ruined through carelessness of their owners said A L Kent an umbrella and cane man of Boston recently When I see a man walking with an umbrella tightly grasped in his hot hand I smile to myself because I know that very soon that man will be wanting a new umbrella There is no surerway of making an umbrella wear put quickly than thishab it of carrying about by its middle Again after being put in the rainI you should turn your umbrellajupside down and let the water drain off as It stands with the handle downward By doing this you prevent the water from getting in at the framework and thereby protect the ribs from rusting Sonic men open their um brellas before they stand them up to dry but is a bad plan because the umbrella maystretch when it is weti Anotherthing too never roll your umbrella up as to do so cuts the silk I TKentucky 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 datesMadisonville August 15 days Danville August 84 days Fern Creek August 154 days ShephenUyille August 154 days LawrenceburgAugust 154 days Vanceburg August 1G4 days GuthrieAugust 173 days ShelbyVltI August 224 days Springfield August 234 days Nicholasyille August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtown September 53 days Glasgoy September 64 days State Fair September 184 days September 2GG days Falmouth September 274 days Owen borQ October 106 days- SubscribeftlrTnrRErunLTCAN I t l wa ry tic kMrh Is CURESWHEREALLELSEFAILSOast Use In time Sold bydrueelits STRONG Againis Stovallof Tilton Ga said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds i of otherweak women are being restored to perfectII health by this rem edy YOU may be well if you will take it IndigestioncauslI nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholes some food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health andfstrenlrth Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour- rlsingsbelchingheartbumandall stomach disordersDigests What You Eat I DtlUrbottUfcoltilX I I m UM at tk LII I na a soh a lh oritorr EOIMWIU toIor0itdtw C CkJ i USA NolltbyZ WArN UKIFIN Something New Variable Tours TOg FLORIDAVIA Southern Railwaya- nd QueeneCrescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets good going Via Asheville through the Land of the Sky and Beautiful Sapphire Countiy and returning via Atlanta and Chatauooga or vice versaare 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 Chatanooga and Southern Ry Con fleeting 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 lunuing through Solid to St Augustine via Chatanoo ga and Southern Railway with Din log car service enroute Connecting train leaves Louisville at 725 p m carrying observation sleeper through without change from Louisville to St Augustine alio through sleeper to Knoxville Through Pullman Sleepers to Jack sonville from Cincinnati every evening via Knoxville Asheville and Sa vannah From Louisville connection with all of the above trains is made at Lexington by trains of Southern RailwayFor Land of the Sky book WinterHomea folder Rates Sche dules or other information Jaddrese AC Rincarsod G P A Q U Cincincinnati Q C H HUKOERFORD District Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General- PaseengerAgent St Louis Mo lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard abeaatlfal brcwa orric black Use t 1h v CLJmberlandi TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co r Cncorporattil Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber laud Telephone In my residence and of business My business han increased and my wifes voice is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good Hevice and gentlemanly competition fi E PATH Maflr 7DII lfTDIf1Tonio Circuit Court TF Ulrkhtad Judge BenD IllngoAttornej T II Black Jailer Ed 0 Darrnti perk Frank L Felix Mater Com missioner V L Jtoncley Trustee Jury Fund Ca P Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keows Clarence Keotrn Jo II Roberta Ham Keown ATConrtconreneiflntMon day In March and August and continue three wecksand third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtJ f Miller Judge MS Rag and Clerk lv It Barnes Attorney Hartford ffContcontent flrat Monday la each month MondaytoCourt of Claims Contents lint Monday In unary Teesdajr after second Monday In October Other OlllcereJ II Wood Sarreyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Assessor Deda James DeWeeM School Superintendent Hartford lien L DaIs CoroMr Sulphur Springs 3 utica Court 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Taylor SL 1 Ileavrln T J Morton e Councilmen Qocxot Ooci tle B A O U W meets first and third Friday nights In each month Uartford Lodge NO 75 FI A Masons Irst Monday night In each month T Hartford Tent No 09 Knights of the Mama been every Thursday night Rough River Lodgexo110 Knights of Pythla meet every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No4 0 A II hold rep nlar meetlags Saturdaybefore lintSnnday In each month EVERYBODY u = c MAKES THf ClOTHCB WHI7CJULWMOK A QUART tea 5c FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS the American fharmacaiC ETiniTlHeIad Thousands of Acres a For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTEI- n Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas moat direct line via ST LOUIS m MEMPHIS Through Pullman sloe lnr and tree recUnln chair cars HomeaeeKeiV Excursions first and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets folders ete on application R C TOWHSEKO RTO tUTTHEWS CiilrutiUUtr Tnnliir tuian Iprt jT LOUIS LOUIITIL 11 u 1TakeBUCKINGNAMS DYEn- rnomorwvwuaaaraataaaowavas V i I l SS W WWN Jti Jk WMItIVr OO 1 I N CO BARGAINS t The time for dressing up has come and the time for renovating the house has arived Everybody is looking for Bargains We have met the popular demand and have decided to mark down our entire stock in order to be in the reach of everyonebothrich and poor Our stock is com plete Every department is chock full of the latest patterns which were bought with the idea of giving our customers the benefit of low prices We carry the largest stock of General Merchandise in the Green River Country Our stock is uptodate in every particular and bargains can be had in each department Nothing shoddy Everything in style and at pribes never heard of before Twelve thousand feet of floor space for our stock and every foot covered with goods of the very latest designs Dry GoodsGroceriesHardware Furniture Millinery and Clothing It il will pay you to buy at Carson Cos o Dress Goods Department The latest creation of the worlds best can be found in this department at prices that our competitors cannot beat Below we give you prices on a few of the leading articles Scotch Lawns at 5c Batiste Voiles and Organdies in all colors and figures and plain lOc to 25c per yard Cheviots Ducks and Durban Cloths for Tailor made Suits and Sikrts doublewidth all shades and colors also Shepherd Plaids at lOcper yard all Wool Mohairs novelty and all shades solids etc original price 50c now 39c Everything desirable in woolen goods all shades and colors The latest creation I of the worlds best prices ranging from lOc to 3 per yard You cant miss finding what you want in this department also anything you might desire in Silks ranging in price from 39c to 3125 per yard Yardwide black Silk guaranteed not to split at 1 per yard This is an elegant piece for Suits and Skirts We can fit you out in anything you want Our prices are always the best Shoe Department Our shoe department is the most complete line we carry It is the most complete line shown in the whole county We keep in stock some of the cheapest and best and also medium grade We can furnish you Baby Shoes at 20c Chil drens fine Shoes sizes 2J to 6 at 50c Childrens fine Shoes tsizes 6 to 81 at 65c 1 to 125 per pair also fine Shoes sizes 12J to 2 atlto 2 per pair In Mens and Ladies Shoes we carry tha most complete line to be shown in the whole county Both Black and Tan also Patent Leather both Shoes and Oxfords Mens fine Shoes at 100 125 150 and 200 the best brandon earth the W L Douglas at 2 50 to 100 both in high and low cut All shapes and different toes In Ladies Shoes we have the Smith Sterling Shoe prices ranging from 125 to 250 per pair both Patent Leather and Kid Any thing you might desire in fact we have Shoes to fit everybody at prices to suit everybody Dont fall to visit this department when in need of Shoes We can certainly fit you up Clothing Department In this line we lead We pride ourselves on having more cloth ing and fa best clothing at the lowest prices that can be found in the county We are willing to compare our goods and prices with anyone We have al the latest goods and all the new desirable patterns for men youths and children In Chil drens Suits our prices begin at 69c and from this to 500 per Suit In Youths Clothing we have these with long Pants ages 11 to 19 years price 200 to 1000 per Suit all shades and and colors and styles In Mens fine Worsted Suits we start the price at 198 Mens Satin ette Suits at 350 Mens All Wool Suits at 5 00 We can show you an elegant line of Worsted and Cassimeres 1000 to 1500 per Suit also an elegant line of black Granite Suits suitable for wedding Suits at 1250 regular price 1500 If you need Clothing visit our Clothing Department We have the latest patterns and prices to suit all Hosiery Department We have Hose and HalfHose for everybody We have fifteen dozen pairs Mens HalfHose that we are going to sell at 3c These are worth from 5c to lOc per pair but we are going to clean up We also have fancy striped and blues browns reds and all colors in HalfHose Price to suit the customer all the way from lOc to 50c In Childrens Hose we have them all the way from the smallest to the largest We can furnish you Hose from 5c to 25c per pair al soLace Hose in both black and white In Ladies Hoes we have 15 dozen pairs that we are going to sell at 3c Also have quite an as sortment that we are going to sell at 7Jc Can give you any thing you might desire in Ladies Hose from lOc to 50c in white black blue red brown lace etc Cant miss it if you need Hose i f if you visit our Hosicrydepartment T Notion Department We might use our entire space for this department and still we would not be able to tell you about what we have so we will only take time to mention a few of these things which are in daily demand Ladies Belts Ladies Cotton Gloves Ladies Silk and Kid Gloves all the latest styles and best prices also Mens Kid Gloves Ladies and Gents Handkerchiefs Ladies and Childrens Supporters best Napkins and Table Linen Collars for Gents and many other things too numerous to mention Prices are always the lowest and we can supply your wants in this department if you will only give us an opportunityWe a bargain counter in the center of our store that you must not miss seeing We have on this a number of articles that are worth from two to four times what we ask for them Among these can be found a lot of of White Goods ranging in price from 15c to 50c per yard These goods are slightly soiledor mussed and we put them on the bargain counter to sell at 5c and lOc per yard Ask to be shown these goods We also have a lot of Chev iots that were originally from Sac to lOc per yard on this counter can he found a lotof Percals at about half the usual price also Shoes and Oxfords for ladies and misses If the Shoe suits you the price is right They must be cleaned up while the season is on We are continually adding bargains to this counter and when you visit our store dont fail to ask to see these things Remnant DepartmentT- his is one of the most interesting lines we carry Everybody is able to use remnants and this is the only house in the county that undertakes to keep a supply of these on hands We can furnish you in Calicoes and Percales light mixed and red 40 yards for 100 and black Calico 40 yards for 7oc We also have quite a lot of remnant Toweling and Lawns that will cost you anywhere from lie to 3c per yard Umbrellas and Parasols v This is something that all ladies and children need at this season of the year to protect them from the hot sun We have them from the cheapest to the best in solid colors browns blues reds and fancy borders The prices on our Umbrellas range from 40c to 350 Everything in the newest and best Wecan satisfy you in this line See us for Parasols and Umbrellas A Few Prices 15Ib best Granulated Sugar f 100 7pkgs Arbuckles Coffee 100 7pkgs Kentucky Derby Coffee 100 7Ibs Roasted Pea Berry Coffee V 100 7fts Golden Rio Coffee I 100 25lbs best Lard 240 12lbs White Cloud Lard vV 100 28 Bars Winner Soap i 100 26 Bars Big Deal Soap 100 26 Bars Red Wrapper 100 26 Bars Lenox Soap 100 24 Bars Ivory Soap 100 24 Bars Fairy Soap 100 24 Bars Grand Pas 100 13 Cans Mutton Chop Tomatoes i 100 13 Cans Polks Best Corn 100 13 Cans Riders Best Corn 100 13 Cans Everygreen Corn v 100 13 Cans Early June Peas10o13 Cans Fresh 100lbs best Patent Flour 295 100lbs Fancy Patient Flour 275 3 Gallons Fancy Table Syrup 100 1 large size Zinc Tub a 65 1 medium size Zinc Tub 55 1 small size Zinc Tub 45 Brass King Wash Board 25 3 pkgs 2 m Victor Oats 20 G pkgs Gold Dust T 25 6 pkgs Pearline 25 6 pkgs RubNoMore 25 7 pkgs Arm Hammar Soda 25 4Ibs best Rico 25 Glbs Broken Rice 0 25 DepartmentOurin style quality and price Take n look at our stock and you would wgdidCurtains We can sell you a good Cotton Ingrane Carpet for 25c per yard ply all Wool Ingrane Carpet one yard wide at bye We can also supply you with Brussels at 65c to 150 per yard We have also 1600 yards of Matting to sell to somebody Of course if we sell these goods we have got to make a price We have all the colors all the different figures from the cheapest to the best yardIn 40 inches wide and three yards long at G9c a Lace Curtain GO inches wide 3J yards long at 98c Lace Curtains 70 inches wide and 3J yards long at 125 You wont be disappointed if you visit our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments Millinery Department This is the season of the year when we all need Hats We are al bound to have a Hat The fact isa lady does not feel like going out among folks without a new lint We are able t o supply everybody from the smallest child to the oldest lady have the latest shape and pat terns and nil the newest styles Miss Lyda Mor ton our milliner is kept busy all the time Our busines has been good in this line but we still have a nice new assortment on hand Our prices are al ways the best Satisfac tion guaranteed If you Will onlY VISit our llIll1nery ueaprtment It will convince yOu that we have goods at the right price We also have a big line of Rib bons in this department prices per yard ranging from Jc to 75c Furniture DepartmentIThis space is completely filled with Furniture and Sewing Machines There is hardily room to get through this Department forI the goods We can show you a firstclass fine drophead fiveIdrawer Sewing Machine with fiveyear guarantee for Fine Queen Sewing Machine with tenyear guarantee that will last for a lifetime for 2000 Thebest Sewing Machine on earth cannothaveEverybody needs some new Furniture at this season of the year I and we have replenished our stock for the purpose of supplying I everybody We can furnish you one half dozen doublecaseseated I Chairs threeslate back either dark or light at 300 per set We I can furnish you a nice set of Dining Chairs oak at 450 We also carry better ones ranging in price anywhere from 900 to 1500 I per set Rocking Chairs anywhere from 75c to 500 We can sell wayfromCan also furnish you a Kitchen Safe at 250 a Cupboard at 450 nice Dressers made of maple at 650 better ones from 800 to 2500 I See us if you need anything in the wayof Sewing Machines or Furniture Stock Food andStockgoods we are going to offer them at 10 per tent discount for the next GO days I You can feed a 1000lb animal Standard Food at a cost of 30c per monthor less a hog or sheep at 15c per month orless Any otherI monthIfthey would sell formore You are throwing money away when thetheter if you paid twice as much for it anyonebuying findit1 wen ti i CARSON 6 COMPANY was kill out ed I ceed 1 INCORPORATED hed J Hartford Kentucky torbod 4 4ru6va U JI a YU IJ aap firsti fife adjoi ofterr HE I 3 1