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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ithItzrtforb flqublkan lIFine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FiND IT IN THE RKlUllLICAN Subscription 1 a Year II VOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 26 1905 No 45 II ISlaves to Spring Catarrh Restored to Health by Pe runa1 Mi n Lydia KnrslK r irnml llwordorof Amen j can Usushler of Independence writs from Nwnuh WIll e4 follows- I haw used Peruna nnw for four years each Spring mad Fall and It keeps me perfectly well andstrongI to contlnui working and do not t havo to take a three months rest as I used to j l do every year This Is n great comfort to me I fasI was not able to afford sttcb a long rest Ill find that It Is a great preventative for colds and couxhs and soon rids the system of all dis ease and Is an admirable medicine I can hon I estly endorse tIydlll llcrztger Spring Catarrh Ammt everyone ha como to bellovo that spring Is a season that brings do I ranjcmcnt of tho body depeadont on i blood Impurities This belief Is an old ono U nearly unt vernal and has arisen not nt the result wile teachings of tho medical frater f Jof but has been learned In tho bitter school of experience Nervous Depression Dcprun of tho nervous system at I tho of spring is a fertile source T of blood ImpufttleJ There are general lassltudedull heavy ensatlons continual tired feelings with Irregular appetite and sometimes loss of sleep That Tired Feeling That tired foaling which Is the nat ural result of the depressing effect of warm weather Immediately after the Invigorating cold of winter quickly disappears Ivhen Parana U taken 4CBALY NEGROS DEEDS Deputy Sheriffs Head Shot Off Seven Others Wounded I I House in Which be Was Secreted Burned and Body Riddled With Bullets Bob Shaw a negro maniac of 1Lewisport Hancock county shot and sheriff and wounded seven other members of a sheriffs posse that was attempting to dislodge Jilm last Monday afternoon from a dwelling house in Which he had tak en refuge on the day before and from which he had defied all at tempts to capture him or approaches to the house for two days The house was finally set on fire and the negro shot to death when he attempt burningWeeki ti Shaws crusade began last Sunday morning when he shouldered his double barrel shot gun and started out He was known to be of a very religious turn and his wife call ed his attention to the fact that it- bras Sunday and he should not go out with his gun He threatened to kill her and drove her away and pro ceeded to a neighbors house where he drew his gun and threatened to shoot those he saw After much persuasion however he left with the words I am going to kill some body Authorities here notified and l fttey found him at his home sitting I firston the poarch then retiring to the adjoining room where he was heard often in prayer t He defied all approach and exhibit j l r i si SPRING THE TInE TO CURE CATARRH Peruna Invigorates Mind and Body lion Wm O Hunter Exmember worth Carolina lIulldlllgWaTho greatest family medicine over discovered In cornel from experience aa well as olHcnalJoullIleruna The most common allllctlon to humankind Is a bad cold PC rut ft drives it out of doors wards oft catarrh invigorates and gives fresh etren 6 th to mind and body I give 1cruna my unqualified dursemont Wm O Hunter enI v x The Proper Remedy Poruna moots every Indication and proves Itself to be perfectly adapted to all their varlet peculiarities Peruna invigorates the system rejuvenates the fooling restores tho normal appetite and procures regular sleep Do Not Delay let a bottle of Pernna when tho first languid feelings make themselves apparent in the spring Take It according to tho directions on the bottle Con- tinuo this treatment through tho first months of spring This course of treatment U no experi ment it U as positive Ill its results as any fact of science can bo- A Spring Tonic Almost every b dy needs a tonlo In the spring Something to brace the nerves invigorate the brain and cleanse tho blood That Peruna will do this Is beyond all question Everyone who has tried it hie hud the same experience as ed large quantities of ammunition and during the two days that the posse surrounded him he shot sever al times at the crowd wounding seven and on Monday afternoon killed instantly a deputy sheriff of Hawes ville who attempted to reach the house by crawling through the weeds during an interval in which the negro was engaged in prayer He was discovered bythe negro when within about twenty yards of the house and was promptly fired uponthe con tents of the gun taking effect in his head tearing it nearly off At determined at tempts were made to set the house on fire Wads of cotton soaked in coal oil and attached to weight were lighted and thrown at the house This was continued for three hours without the desited result Finally a man emerged from the crowd crawled up to the building keeping himself out negroI EviI once it Idoked as if he would be success ful but the flames climbed the wall and in a shot time the entire house was a sheet of fire The window at which the negro had all along made his stand was shrouded in a dense mass of smoke but in this the gaze wasIemerged from the smoke gun in hand running lamely toward the woods In quick succession numer ous shots rang out probably 200 of them and the negro fell to the ground Most of the shotswent wild but probably twenty took effect b0 =Mrs Vlnnlfrcd Power an artist who In a recent letter from 210 7th St Port land OrolaY4- lam pleased to speak a good word fir Peruoa as I found It an excellent tcricandsrinl medicIne and very of fecthe In ridding the system of cold and catarrh Abut two years ago my system was all rundown Jn tho spring and I thought 1 would try and see If Poruna would hoof any assistance in bringing back my health and strength I fqund that it was splendid and all the modlclno that I needed In a little over a month I was well and did not need to take any more medicine I shall recommend it to every one In need of a tonic and know that 1 have only to take a few doses of Peruna when I take a cold and I will soon be over It Wlnnlfrcd Power Natures Assistance Spring is the beet time to treat ca tarrh Nature renews herself every spring The system is rejuvenated by THE SOUTHARD HILl WRECK Two Freight Trains Come To gether at Full Speed- i Seven Lives All Train Men Snuffed Out in an In stant One of the most destructive rail road wrecks that has ever occurred in the county occurred between McHenry and Echols last Thursday late in the afternoon bare mention of which appeared in TilE REPUBLICAN last week It was of such gi gantic proportions that a detailed ac count of it will no doubt be of deep interest to many of our readers even thought it has been a week since its occurranceThe of both trains were smashed into scrap iron a number of freight cars were destroyed and the track was piled with debris and torn up for a hundred yards or more It wasone of the worst wrecks that has ever been known on the road The local freight running between Cecilia and Central City had orders to wait at McHenry for the fast freightThe engineer and conductor over looked their order and left McHenry e- At the Southard farm two miles below McHenry there is a sharp curvewith chill intervening between two straight stretches of track It was upon this curve that the crash came Wallace Yates engineer of the fast freight was the only man jumpedII a1y Y d 4ilttms3 Takes Peruna Every Spring Miss Tilly Marx 421 14th St Milwaukee Wis writes t II I am pleased to endorse Perun as I found it In ridding my system of a severe cold and catarrhal trouble after I many other remedies without getting relief II I took 1eruna for two weeks when I was much better and In two weeks more 1 was entirely rid of tho cold and catarrh I shall take it ever spring ai inIr spring weather This renders medicines moro effective A short course of Peruna assisted by the balmy air of spring will cure old stuhtxtrncaca of catarrh that have re sisted treatment for years A WordpLAdviceTo been afflicted with chronic catarrh we wish to say that tho spring ecnson affords you a splendid opportunity to get rid of your disease It may be you have been aflllctcd for several years you may have tried dif ferent remedies Perhaps you have become discouraged Now Is Your Opportunity This failure was during the winter months But now Is your opportunity Nature comes to your assistance at this seasonJust help her a little and she will bring you out of the quagmire in which you have been floundering so long Give Nature a little assistance lest her strug gles be In van and was thrown thirty feet from his engine suffering many severe bruis es but no broken bones Conductor Turney saw the engi neer jump and he followed suit but did not clear the train and he was caught under the engine He was pinned down though not seriously hurt and the escaping steam from the engine slowly cooked him to death When he was taken out the flesh dropped from his bones Engineer English of the local and his fireman were both caught under their engine and were crushed to death Foster Bell the fireman on the fast freight was thrown from his engine and was caught under some timbers from a freight car He lived for twenty minutes and died just before his body was taken out He begged the men who were chopping on the timber to work I faster as he said he wanted to see his wife a moment before he died I His prayers were not answered and the girl he married a month ago was never to see him again alive The wreck presented a most re markable sight On top of one the engines was thrown a car loaded with hogs many of which were kill by the steam besides beingcrush led in the wreck The other engine into a carload of cattle belonging to N E Crenshaw Mr Crenshaw was in the car with his cattle at the time and was thrown among them His leg was broken and a piece of flesh was torn out of his arm1 Every car of both trains was thrown from the track Most of sufferedlseriousup to the height of more than twen tEy Mr James A Moody Expresident Board of Education Mineral Co W Va writes from 314 Massachusetts avenue N E Washington D C as follows My family have used Peruna for several years past with excellent results and I take pleasure In testifying to Its superiority as a remedy for catarrh Every spring that dreaded disease will show up In my family and we always turn Instinctive ly to Peruna to ward It off It has never yet failed and I never lose an opportunity of recommending It to my Mends James A Moody A Typical Case Geo M Plllmoro lato 1st Lieut Br U S Artillery writes from 000 L St N W Washington D C as follows ill brought forward from winter Into spring sickening case of catarrh which was making existence miserable fur mo until I was induced to try a bottle of PerunaAn immediate improvement gave m hope i f not relief I kept up taking runa and it has so strengthened and re lieved mo that I am now confident of a cure I heartily endorse Peruna for CA- tarrhal affections and as a tonlo for their weakening effeetaOeo M Flllmore A short course of Peruna now will be Just In time During the month o OU will find the strategic time to ridyourself of chronic catarrh one of the most persistent stubborn diseases In the whole list of human ailments After you have tried it you will say Peruna is positively the best spring medicine you have over used I PCIingfreight was the only trainman who escaped uninjured He was sitting in the caboose of his train talking to two drummers who had taken passage from McHenry to Central City He was thrown to the floor but was hurtWithin afew veryminutes the news of the wreck reached McHenry and half the town turned out When they reached the scene twenty or thirty farmers had already gathered having heard the crash and roar that told the story for more than a mile Others gathered in from all parts of the surroundings neighborhood The four injured men were quickly attended by the physicians and in two hours the bodies were all taken outWrecking trains were sent out at once from Cecilia and Central City so that work on the wreck commenc both ends The crews I evenIinguntilI last rail was relaid andthe first train passed over the road I United Confederate Veterans Reunion Louisvlvlle KyJune 14161905 On I account above occasion excur sion tickets will be sold Beaver Dam to Louisville and return for 235 Tickets on sale June 10 to 13th limit ed to June 19th for return with priviledge of extension to July 10th by depositing with special agent Cor 3rd Main and payment of fee of CO cents S B VAN METER Agt A great many years of extensive trials deranged are no failures Thousands of Testimonials Thousands of cases might be quoted In which Peruna has rescued people from the ravages of spring catarrh and put them on a good solid foundation of eWe can give our readers only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements Dr Hartman is con stantly receiving No other physician In tho world has received such a volume of enthusiastic letters of thanks If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna affull statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio All correspondence held sulatly confidential INFANT HOUSEBREAKER Nine Year Old Boy Found Guilty of Stealing and Sent to House of Reform Oneof the most remarkable cases of housebreaking perhaps that has even occurred in Ohio county was brought to the attention of the grand jury at the present term of court Amos Wallace the nine year old son of Hardin Wallace who lives about four miles South of Beaver Dam was the offender The proof show ed that the little fellow had entered the residence of Ozna Shultz and taken a watch a piece of a ham of meat and other articles of minor importanceThe was committed several days ago but owing to the boys ten 1 der years nothing was done in the grandIon a hearing of the matter Judge Birkhead entered an order in accord ance to the recommendation and Sheriff Cal P Keown left Wednes day at noon with the little fellow for the Reform School where he will be confined for nine years Memorial Service Preston Morton Post G A R will hold memorial services at Beaver Dam Tuesday May 30th All sol diers both Blue and Gray are cordial ly invited Major A T Wood Lou isville will be present on the occa sion A B STANLEYs rJonNJ f d REFUSE US FOOD I Waste From Canning Factor ies blade Into Jelly Hog Liver Dried and Ground and Sold as Coffee Bones Mixed With Flour In selecting the material for the best grades of canned fruits it is necessary for the employeto remove the peels and cores of the va rious fruits and also all the deom i posed and wormeaten spots writes Paul Pierce in Public Opinion These I peels and cores and wormeaten spots worms includedtogether with all the spoiled fruit of apples pears peaches and every other kind are 1 dumped together and made into general pulp From this pulp made of the refuse of all kinds of fruits is I turned out a marvelous variety of different brands of highl colored r and tempting looking bottled and canned goods From this same pulp conglomeration is made pure apple jelly pure currant jelly al leged plum and quince jellies and jams apple butter and no end of different kinds of preserves and pie material It makes little different as to the appearance and taste of th 1pulp or principal ingredient The t flavorings and chemicals will make- upI for all former deficiencies in ap pearance or lack of resemblance to reprtk I I mention fruits just by way of lust ation the same conditions me true in the manufacture of foods of nil others classes Too residue is always made into marketable adulteration if not by the factory that turns out highclass brand then by an associate factory givers anoth er name of actual manufacturer Some of the big packing house col laborate with lowergrade loutss supposedly run by other firms that utilize all the stock rejected by tie big firms and market all inferlrproducts cast oil by the linn that are so cautions of their reputation Wornout horses and mules and those cripple or otherwise injured so- aa j to incapacitate them for service as beast of burden Imve been hutch ered and the meat served in restau rants and on free lunch counters asroast beef cOIn l1 beef beef stew etc Hoofs of horse Viand cattle are used not alone for tie manufacture of glues and mucilage tout often from making a viscous substance which it is claimed is used in the manufacture of the low er grades of gelatine and jellies An enormous amount of cheap jelly is made in Chicago from soused pigs feet and other meats glucose 1111I fruit refuse chemically treated and given names of different fruits 11I Leon S Waters expert in food chemistry recently said that hogsI 1 Jivers were dried baked powdered and mixed with chicory and coffee es sence and sold asgood coffee t Hut even the residue of the factories sutlicient to appease the seem 1lughunger for the lower grade foods It is a fact that pickups from the city streets the castoff products from big commission houses and the gleanings from the sewer are often employed in produce manufacture under Americas system of com- mercial economy Even seaweeds are brought into use to supply the de mand From sea moss is made a t gelatinous substance known as aga aga Mixed with a amount of pulp ii from castaway fruit a little starch and gelatine it is dyed and flavored to resemble different kinds of fruit products and is labeled strawberry cranberry raspberry apple quince etc Old bones from the alleys are groundin to dust which is utilized principally as a fertilizer but sometimes is mixed with flour It has been claimed that leather from old boots and shoes gathered from the streets anti scrap piles is chemically treated mixed with chicory ground and made into a clever imitation of I coffee the kind that is usually d1ankI by sailors and workmen in beI a thrown into the streets and alleys of American cities is turned into foodFoods made from these loathsome trashes are of course not conducive to longevity nor healthful constitutions but the danger is not so much nhlSe ay in ingredent used in Ayersu When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You are tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and irritable Your cheeks are Sarsaparillapale says you threatened with a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicineF- NrmnrrhanAreanIAnene4Aera aarlrwrllla Iii my runll it grain at a0thne nudaw NdrfnlundlelneforImp parr hlhMIl HuLT Writ llatrn pram Jl 00 a Wilt J r AYKiicn dnwsr forIAnplI Mn Weak Nerves tho bowels regular with Aycrs nightagiving them the appearance of legi timate goods Such powerful sweet as saccharine possessing three hundred times the sweetening strengtl of sugar glucose and potent chemi cals and coloring are employed in making these adulterations po and exceedingly profitable I Thank tho Lord Cried Hanna Plant of Little Rock froneI Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured my fearful running sores whist I nothing else would heal and from which I had suffered for o years It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed al Z Wayne Griffin d Hros drugstore 2oc in Cause and Effect De RuyterHeres a statistical publication that says theres f county in Nevada that is entirely free of debt Van Henssnlatr Dots the publica tion say how the people got rid of their politicians Bilious Bill was putting bloated And his tongue Will imchly coated Patent Tonics wouldnt cure him Companies would not insure him All his friends were badly frightened But their spirits soon were lightened For Bill said and they believed him Early Riser pills relieved him Sold by Z Wayne Grim n Bro in A Kiss Define A Thing use by no ore but much prized by two The babys right the lovers privilege the parents bension and the hyprocrites mask That which you cannot give without taking and cannot take without givingThe flag of true in the petty wars courtship and marriage The acme of agony to a bashful manThe only known Smack that will calm a storm The only agreeable doublefaced action under the sun or the moon eitherThe thunderclap of the lips which inevitably follows the lightening glance of the eyes A report at headquarters That in which two heads are better than one OASTOnX4Beau teeitsKind You Have Always Bout Blgaatnra 1141of cIZ Call For Convention- At acall meeting of the Republican commitee of the Centertown Magis terms district held in Centertown Ohio county Ky on Saturday May 8th 1905 the following resolution was adopted Resolved That a delegate conven tion be held in the town of Center town Ky on Monday June oth 1905 it 1 oclock p m for the purpose of Nominating candidates for Magistrate and constable to bo voted for at the November election 1905 and that eachIoclocl p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend said district convention on June fithand that each precinct be allowed the followed delegated vote Centertown 5 Ceralvo 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 Republican party for said office 13t4 G F CHAPMAN Chmn SUPERNATURAL POWER Possessed By Priest Who Per SeemingIMiracles I tlI riieiti tt I ILl Within the last month as many a 50 Marquette people have made tit pilgrimage to Peshtigo Wisfor till purpose of receiving treatment at thu hands of Rev Father P S Dag nault a Catholic priest who is said to possess remarkable healing pow ers The pilgrims have not consisted of any one class of people but the lame and alllicted of nearly every strata of society are number edamong those who have sought relief I and the exodus at the present I I time from this city is estimated to t be at the rate of 25 per week landscapeIPeshtigo is one of numerous Mat quette people who have been curt by the Catholic clergyman John son says that he had been bedridden with rheumatism for two month before he decided to make the trill to the Wisconsin town and that at the time he left Marquette he was unable to touch his feet upon thee ingIaboard the outgoing train oi a stretcher and when lie arrived at his destination an ambulance was required to convey him to the priest residence I stayed at a lintel in Peshtig for 19 days said Johnson in an in terview and I received one treat ment each day from Father Dag naultwho came to the hotel to see me lie did not tell me anything about my case at first and only said Ill could cure me in time His treatment was not what I would call a massage lie simply took my limbs in his haul and ba gentle pressure work tl from my knees to my feet with II knnadiiig movement When his hands twin in cnntarl with my flesh 1 thought a thou 1I11 needles were entering my body thi prickling sensation being most r r nounced as he worked toward m feet I watched to see if he said any prayers when he began treat nW hut he did not and In afterward told me that he does not claim to possess any supernatural powers After two or three treatments the rheumatic pains left mo entirely and 1 began to walk a little until finally when I returned to MarI quette I walked on and off the trainJohnson says that Father Dag nault treats on an average of 40 patients each day and that the number is constantly increasing Every pas senger train into the town brings a new consignment and the procession of cripples to and from the priests residence is almost continuous throughout the day The greater number of pilgrims are from Northern Wisconsin but there are many from Chicago Milwaukee and other citiesFather Dagnault is described as a sort thickset man with a round chubby face His age is given as G7 years and his manner is both kindly and sympathetic His resi dance is a modest frame structure plainly furnished and he leads a simple life treating the sick and af flicted when not attending to his duties as pastor of his church Father Dagnault told me he could not cure every case Johnson related and I know that a bad case f paralysis was turned away when I was there the priest telling the patient that she could not be cured by him I asked Father Dagnault how long he had been treating patients He replied that he load practiced healing for several years as cases came to his notice but that for over a year he had been almost burdened by visitors Religion was never mentioned in FathIervices were given free Most of the cases treated are cripples although he has almost every kind of patient Some of his patients make him pres ents but he never asks for money and the poor man gets the same treatment as the rich Two Headed Pig There was born on the farm of Mr Adie Lyddane near Moorsville last week quiet a curiosity in the shape of a twoheaded pig says the Springfield NewsLeader The little I animal lived two days It had two perfectly formed snouts with two c s tr QQ I q 4WoiuenI Childrens Oxfords I Men and Boys Low Cuts 4 u 4 4ilhis season is billed for the greatest Low Out and Oxford season ever known to mutt iufietiirers 111 retailers anticipatiii an nnnnal demand Jill Slippers and m J 2 j Low Cuts We placed big orders early hut owing to the increased demands upon 75 I1i IJJ the faetories who make our Slippers deliveries have boon delayed but now 3 g we are pleased to announce that we can show a full and complete line of all the s2 new dependable styles We have them in all the current shakes Hand turned 2 JJ or hand welted Shoes in black anti chocolate Vici Kussia Cull and Patent Leather O Cj Military concave and French heels Workmanship fit and service nne ualed iJJ Comfortable wide tOld Slippers fur constant wiai per pair 100 12o and Si 2T ti0 Sulish CItotlll Minute Oxfords in l itI1atalt Leather and Tans price r- per pair 125 SlSO 200 and S2iO 11 mss awl Childrens Spillers per pair IJJ r0c 7oc 100 1 2r and SlnO Mens Itlack and Tan Low Cuts per pair 150 21i S200 S2o I iOOatlltl 5r0 I 5ovs Tan Ivtits price per pair SlTfl T Ianti 2It I 4 1 7RommborYon can pay nunv money for Shoes hut you cant but hater lookiiifr more j stylishor better wearini Shoes thus ours 4 t niAEtBeaver Dam Ky 4 4 ft 5r 00 7 1 4 c U B I A Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Natures priceless spa fic for Coughs Gilds Whooping Gogh Bronchitis and Sore Throat Price per Ituttle 25 and SOct or fif 2n lifltKs for E1IJIl At all druggists American Co MCg Chemists Hvansvlllc Ind ur J Grand Prize St Louis t9O4 columbia 6raphophones BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 5750 to 100 Disc Machines 12 to 65 Tho Craphophono reproduces all kinds of muslo perfectly band orchestra violin vocal and Instrumental solos otc It Is an ondloss source of qUJItott08I 0L M Pharmacal lear rlglnal oud nrlvulcd uslcal rllllunt nsplrlni ttrnctlvo wNM11YNIN1InIwnlNNnn 12511u upper and lower jaws and could take one of its It three eyes the third eye being lo cated in the center of or where the two heads joined The pig was and was one of a litter of eight Its body will be in alco hol RS INNFnnxwxxnwww1 nww1w1n1w11IrnNnn1n11nM1XN1lllx i COLUMBIA i Moulded Cylinder 1NIIxlx1x1111InInInYQN11111nNNlOninfnNInnY1UNx WC MOID ThC J Ida ntertnlnlng uptlvtsting utweurlnu OMonuntOltjjlltfut In1nY1x1 COLUMBIA RECORDS BO each 5 1 oath 10 per dozen made In discsonly 2 ouch land for latest of and recordWf hay all the nowuut popular hltm la bothstylsof record and disc Columbia Phonograph Company 117119 Fourth CINCINNATI 00 Grand St Louis mouths tongues nourishment through mouths had the forehead perfectly formed otherwise preserved Gold 7Inch conks dozen IOlnch Grand Opera Records lOlnch cmiuloguum machines cyllndurm West Street Prix 19O4 ICASTORIAI Poi Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I BearsthoA Signature of- Subscribe for TilE REPUDIICAN RtCORfl uperlor yN1nnN1rYwxnnwx25C1 DISC pot r QI 4 1 11 aC I Work ns good as the r best und prices as tllecheapesttGive hand he convinced r 41 Aral I H itHUMAN FLESH Tastes Just Like Boiled Rice A- Ccording to Con o- Cannibals I nUN Ill 00 I Caniiihuirsin has long bevii suji pressed by the Congo Government 1jtistas a murder is suppressed union civilized communities lint practice is still indulged here ami there as opportunity ocellis f evading the vigilance of the ities So recently as 1808 and po sibly to the present tiny it was nee r ISKiry to maintain a constant gnat- S d ut the cemetery in Leopoldville tilt chief station on the Upper Congo prevent the Bangalas unearthing ti lead and caryinpr thom olF to feat upon Several such cases were pro + ed ngahmt them and capital punish Inert hall to be resorted to in order r j to stamp it out Not all of the cam hal tribes are so repulsive and cru us the Bangalos Most of them ea no other human flesh hut that of their enemies slain in battle That source of supply will not sutlice forI Bangalas who stake up its deficcncy 4 with prisoners or slaves Having 1 f broken their victims limb they place him in a pool of water with his head supported just above its sur I face so that he may nut drown After hawing left him in that position fur three days lif lici survixes KO long he is killed and eaten An other method is to behead the victim single till the hair from the body over an ember five and then cut it into pieces for cooking The not immediately eaten are 4 s dried and put aside for another oc ca ion The teeth are extracted and made into necklaces by the women Sometimes the skin is used for drumheadsHenry illjngton Wtakuf the New York liar reports a bit of con versation between Rev P Khol ant a young chief named Kalonda Af 4 ter speaking of the tribal wars the missionary continued IThenyou have killed ninny peo plo To be sure You have carried away and eaten quiet number of women and chil I dren Of course said I immediately in order to prevent an explo i ion of wrath on his part you do not do so any more- Nof said he very deliberately p I do not do so at all now but formerly we ate a number of men Wc used to kill as many as we want ed at the time and take away the I rest of fatten Tlio women and children is the best How does it taste I the young boy who was standingI near the chief his father He answered Ilui naturally It tastes like boiled rice II The forest tribes to whom clean liness by water is impossible smear their bullies with palm oil and a kind of red ocher which they afterward scrape otF The original costume of a few leaves or an exceedingly small apron made from fibrous barkI for women and a loijicloth of the h same material for men has yielded- to l j the superior attraction of commo- cotton goods whichh as reached them from far away Manchester or Saxony These stuffs ornamented by large patterns in flaming reds yellows delight the eye and rejoic- the heart of the Congolese maid and matron while such of the men ask defire to stand well with the gentler I sex will also condescend to use them In every tribe children of both sexes are entirely nude until they reach the age of puberty In at least one tribe neither men nor women wear covering In a few tribes it is customary for the women to remain nude until they are married Some women denote their married statej by covering their breasts with strange ornaments while others secure this object by elaborately dressing their hair which they build up to a great height by aid of palm fiber and gum Both men and wom en of whatever tribe ornament themselves with just as many collars bangles and anklets as they can ob tamp Without exception the posJ session of a few strings of colored beads is to them a source of great r happiness They gaze upon such treasurers with delight and guard them with jealous caresAmong the Mangbetters a dead chief is buried in a sitting posture i in the center of a new hut specially builton the banks of stream Five ras rk b v rh JtJHII eaws 0 N t I HOW TO HOLD A HUSBAND leThe bet known snide to mauled happl nns I s to bold the hu bJmlu you amt loverby clicetfulncmt of disposition and keeping your youthful loo k y n Rttral many women are hand IIItlence by those ills to which Woolen are The constantly recurring trouble ollrIi dle 1oell of llulfln Y tact n Iang e perlcnce In treating such diseases found that certain roots and herb made into I a liquid extract would help the majority 0of cares This he r wOlllenIatup In shop to he sail procured and sold by nil medicine t1 Is meritiLvticnttliru Female Weakness Prolapsus or Fulling of Womb which he cannot cure All he asks in a fair and reasonable trial of his means of tub benefitem 1 IkItr Ktilitlon lias l micflcclcil I rlretrliketthanlingjxi aUiouMiiU l lime for RI you bare done me and for the kind anil bthcrly Utters which you wrote toedduesAdIOefu pay expense of mailing only Send 11 oernlbooKolnUl Address Ur R V Pierce w Main Street Buffalo N Y of his widows are strangled and theirI toJwttrtlg barktclothtel which the spot is held to b approacheeV j but the ruling chief and one attend antIi Hot Wonthor Pllos Persons atllicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year IHot weather and bad drinking water i contribute to the conditons which dangerIIouI and cures Get the genuine bearing the name of E C DeWitt S CoI Sold by Z Wayne Griffin S Bro m EatiWhat to What shall you eat Eat who most pleases your taste Natur- has given you the sense of taste as a sentinal to guard your stomach IfI you dont like any food dont cat it Eating foot for strength when it gives little pleasure to the taste when it is eaten more from a certain sense of duty than with a keen relish does littleof any lasting good ing that to which the taste is indiC1 ferent if not absolutely l is sifnyly a forcing on both body and spirit of what they do not want When they benefit at all it is you have faith they are going to do you good TImB Trlod nnd Merit Proven One Minute Cough Cure is right I on time when it conies to curing Coughs Croup Whooping Cough t etc It is perfectly harmless pleas I ant to take and is the childrens fa ZnWayne Griffin C Bro A Valuable Discovery thisrC1celand Ohio which will be of great interest and value to all lovers ofI hosts plants is that by watering plants with the sap of trees j gathered in the spring they can be made to grow in the house during j the winter with all the vigor attained i by outdoorplants tin thexvarmmonth J The sap of elm andcottonwood j trees is best for it does not have to be thinned with water to keep it from fermenting is the case with the sap from maple and I box elder trees Mr Everettgathers the sap in bar rels and keepsit on hand He finds that the growth produced in the plants by the use of this sap is wonderful Last winter he grew afine hill of sweet corn in a common pail in his parlor to show what he could do and picked off from the hill on at 1 eight fine large roasting ears which he has at NewYears dinnerHe confident that a large business coule be dond in gathering the for city hothouses i O A STO HI A JIm tie tTdt KM You HartAtoajs BoiuM t3gnatnre of fft DAYS OUTING iAOn White Stone Mountain t Far AWJY Philippine Islands Dumalog Capis Panay P March 21 1905 Editor Its UlIlICAN White Stone mountain is the esagest in this part of an irregular province range that runs on into YI01 toI Sometime since I took some young men of my class to climb it We JlassIing some clear springs of fine water bambooIiv aj mango trees and high up the moun thin side in what seemed to be some 11oM craters we found a few good fit for lumber My class could eruJlI down upon the valley leaving the I great white cliff of honeycombs limestone for a beacon to half the j province and as a fitting name of IWhite Stone mountain The stone seemed to show some ancient coral formation but in far frol11Jocean From the summit we saw some long lines of arrow gravel roads built long ago before times of insurrection but now being slowly re f 1 okble Spanish insurrection has mac pressindt a pittance is to them real money ofI great value We could see many rice fields but i much land is wasting for lack of la bor and tools IIHow fresh and pure the air up The haze of smoke fro sI the dry seasons cleaning dims th present view which in better times might reach the sea but through the haze I seem to see a railroad in yonder valley and now unused lands seem to bloom forth in rarer bette- fruits and cattle and horses now I only seen in dreams seem to wander in nice clean pastures and anon toI seek the shade of spreading trees the shelter of broad roofs all their thesimple merriment or dancing feet oni the parlor floor above them I IThe scent of flowers of long ago wafted on the mountain air and the dotlike houses in our townJ seems to have newer cleaner more rooms beneath them and man flowers on the lawns iThe lazy tano in his bagag or I string drinking his tuba or i smoking a big long cigar seems to be absent somehow and even etpy faces even without their usualI cigar What have the little and girls quit smoking too Their English seems to have a queer accent though Here the boys wake me up and tell me it is time to fio home and we have the monkeys I chattering on White Stone and with a last broad view over the pearl of the Visayas we make our way to town The sun slowly sinks i for your Protection wo place this lalicl on every jiookngo of ScottH Emulsion iihiIbjlonfor It Nothing letter for lung throat or bronchlul trot hles In Infiint or adult Scotts Knuil IDII Iri one of the greatest llcHh builders known to the welJculto world Well ttaiyoa s sample tree ICOTT QfI P BOWNE I 0fenr1oilieot 8- f L behind the mountains The gloom church hells ring out for oracion Jeavl Mona and all pause uncover a short prayer with much amIMany brown legged boys in short sayIor us their memories may dictate andJ then putting their big cigars agari n in their mouths they rush off to their Iliaeach with a light on his face Oh we will do great things here in time Witness my word 0 White j Stone mountain But it takes time time echoes White Stone fmountain We have spoken J C B I A Strictly Genuine Most of the patent medicine test monals are probably genuine The following notice recently appeared I in the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tuck a well known engineer run Wing on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared jin a big one with a picture and when he was in this office today we asked him about it He says he had terrific pains in his stomach and thought he had cancer His drug gist recommended Kodol and he says it cured him He recommended it to others who net e also cured Kodols Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin iBro m Nearly All May issaid to bean unlucky marrying month A cynic adds The unlucky months are June 11other August September January March and April ISon Lost Mother runs in our family motherIyears on the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which has saved me from serious lung trouble His mbthers death was a sad loss for Mr Reid but he learn brneglectedand how to cure Quickest relief and cure for andcolds Price 50c and 100 guar anteed at Z Wayne Griffin R Bro I mIPerilous Topic Dora hopeI dont believe in these rude jokes young people play ion the newlymarried at a wedding you startyiF State of Ohio City Toledo IssLucas County- f Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the linh of businessnm 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 De cember A D 1886 Gleasonlbenll Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonals free F J Cheney S Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con f stiption Never Noticed It I A sudden death in Georgia is told by one of Representative Griggs constituents in this way Judge I guess he died of heart disease or something or other like that He was settin on his chair and all at once he diedand he nev er noticedjit Judge A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your health because indigestion 111 and constipation have sapped away Prompt relief can be had Dr Kings New Life Pills They I up your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness coliccon II stipation etc Guaranteed at Z Wayne Griffon d Bros drug store n1 OATORXASl- Utth yjlto Kind You Have Atwars Bat r 1I lr 7 hcenInunder his pcr c2rMcsupervision niiim Its Infancy you hi this butEXllcrlmcutsInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Pareicontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It curlS Diarrhoea and Vhid Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation sold Flatulency It assimilates the Foul regulates the sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S Bears the Signature of VTA The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years CnTI4 ac F Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the Age Why Hocnne It cure completely ami at once Unlltrn thojmupi of a living death All caero 011U can be cured by n urglcll operation hut you wound rather bare riles atedeoolyhytheLeltchOeldlharwaraICo J HWILLIAMS Hartford K- yeA BUSINESS EDUCATIONI linlutflf i c spryto the young man m yuniiis w 1111I n ni tn 4i Iri HM m Hin I his being conceded it ia ot first inuvnTp M r pql rirj m fun pohiwl that stand ia the very trout rink BRYANT S IFATTON Business College N F Car Scnnrj end Walnut Sts Louisville Ky fJ001 KeEniNG vfu ixi iiti ue 1 teachers each one a Spec- ialSHO1J i ill I air tti for N Ilnrful Dok giving TYPUWKi INC + HIH Tm ircrtiliiRifa ipeiipyini prominent 1041I I i vr rI i I r i rI h niiMdtvnu FREE School ItllII it S i N It ItN E J WRIGHT President I S1tVENSITbaetvraerauiLUllgof0tlUteml roe u earlabl reptatloa FreeIteontneotmlfno lafrmNkmo batlg tb peeper mdammoatnoaaYeFOiUco ULEADERSSm rimerCnrdltIJ STEVENS daMs TOOL CO JO Do ton AIhalrUBLIC111l your Job Printing in iirst class manner r i Low One Way Colonit Rater I Viat I Big Four Route I To CALIFORNIA I WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAH and httcrtricUtdtc territory f lckctw on 6nlc Mclt t to Mny l For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersignedt WAIIIIKN ITNCllO A TtrC- mrlanatl Ohio K J HATES Uditrnl Apnt- louUrille KT riodol Dyspepsia CureI Digests what you eat ++ a ++4+4++++++ +++++++F++4+ + ++4dZ4 ++4 FEMACURAMenyremedleef- orFemalehbemeareonthemarket but the only one that ha iroveii to be an abnolikte and potltlr cure for nil form III KvmaU Trouble b FEMACUIIA A eingle trial will eonttnco tie most kepacat ul In almoit ml racalo cnratlv0po erii yladeonly by th LU1TCIIFI1TLD 1HAIIMACAL CO Inc For Hale by Jr H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky i44+ tt+i+ft+4t+4+4+++f+++++1i I44t +4+4t 1flf 1 q 0 + r s T r = u = 1h I GREAT REDOCTIONSALE i 27DThis is one of the Greatest Features of I the Street FairrqEverything in our house will be displayed on bargain counters and will have some most astonishing bargains Sale will open at 8 oclock Friday morning 26th ot this month and will continue until Saturday night Dress Patterns A large variety of Ladies Dress Patterns consisting of 12ic and loc per yard goods Reduction sale price Sic per yard a A large assortment of fancy Dress Ginghams will cost tyoulOc per yard anywhere Reduction sale price Sc per P 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 Parts which we will not price here will be shown in this sale We not quotingall our bargains in this paper so think that this all bargains we giving Remember the place SAM BACH Hartford Kentucky Hartford Republican l auedbytho Hartford InbtlhingCoInpnny- 1tOnrOKAEnt o E N IIrllIllIor up are== =r== == mon53s 7rZo Irh FRIDAY MAY 2Gwthe you MAfilNTItlTi- Wf KB nnthiirlwHl tn nnnoiinw JOHN M too I1UAIIAM NHIniK n H rllolllt lot tb- me1 Irrltllt ot the silpbiir Sirlnini OMrtit mlJtft to thmitlon if the lteitil llcnn 1pensi =q TEXAS has an Onion in her Legis i I tlature exchange pauses to remark Big Stick is doingbusiness at the same old place I If THAT Michigan lady who tried to Hag down a Sunday base ball gameI was compelled to make a home AN tu6hasbeen estab lished in Panama The next thing in order is an American peniten of IT can bey said that Bryan is not a socialist according to his understanding and he understands it just as well as he does the silver j question i PERSONS who like stories of bloodshed i are finding more satisfaction 4inreading the news from Chicago t the far East war news INEW Oklahoma State ought to bea I able to float bonds at a premium ford r 1ithas been demonstrated that she i raise the wind on short notice l IT IS reported that adry invisible i noiseless thunderstorm recently 4 over North and South Dako Ipassed question is how did they t it was a thunderstorm l GOVERNOR VARDAMAN of MisI t rsiPlli is a candidate for Senator According to the Mississippi idea his cowardly attacks on President Roosevelt entitles him t to promotion GOVERNOR BECKHAM has employ h ed Lewis McQuown mud Eli Brown r Jr to assist in the of evidentlyI of the 100000 getting out of his u I family McQuown is chair of the Democratic Central Committee and Brown is another of the Governors i sistershave taken the good proposition and spending quite a good deal of public funds in road building If Kentucky would only apply a few thousands earlyof the vast amount i and needlessly expended in t same way a great many more i citizens would be benefitted and wo could have a desirable system of j public roads Most FELTNER the chief prose i cuting witness in the recent trial of j James Hargis has appealed to Gov ernor Beckham for soldiers to guard him during his attendance at the Breathitt Circuit Court He called j the Governors attention to 1 B i Marcums vain effort to procure a guard just prior to his assassination Beckham really wants to protect Hargis prosecutors he has an opportunity to show his I AUTANZAS May 21The farmers are getting behind with their work on account so much rain There has been aI good deal of tobacco set in this com munityMrs M E Bidwell who has been sick for a long time is worse at this timeMiss Debbie Taylor of Smallhous spent last week with her cousin Miss Nora Bennett at this place L T Tichenor of Owensboro vis ited his mother Mrs Ellen Tichenor this place last Saturday and Sun Prof Everette Smithof Rockport attended church here last Sunday W C Knott Jno Smiley and Charley Riley returned from Alabama last Saturday Notice Having learned that it has been reported that I did not want the Republican nomination for Magistrate of the Sulphur Springs District and had withdrawn from the race for I take this means of notifying the Republicans of the District that I am a candidate in good faith and will use all honorable means of winning the nomination and anything my friends may do for me at Sulphur Springs June 3rd will be greatly appreciated WILL DEAN Dundee Kyt liens Sumner Underwear well made and good qUill ity which you pay 50c per suit anywhere reduced to Ju per suit We have 26 pair of lens 125 Pants which wo will put on sale for 85c We have 30 pair of Mens 150 Pants which we will offer for 115 liens large Handkerchiefs 1 for 25c Mens work Sox 0 for 25c Mens Heavy lOc work Sox 7Jc a pair Jur greatest special for this sale is our lot of Mens Suits which have always beets sold for 75U we areoller ing at this sale tin 4S 45 pair of Ladies Slipper madn in patent tips broad toes and the latest Style heel always sold tin 135 reduc ed price 08c are dont runel prosecution HONOR ROLLL K List of Ohio County Graduates tIe From the Common Schools Icy play 12th and 13thpSI Common school examinations were held at various places over the county May 12th and 18th by the following Suuerintendent DeWeeae Henry Leach John C Hoheimer A E Ellis A G Willie Llewel lynn Cots Storms Mrs Mary of loway V M Moeley and E S As a result of the examinations ninetytwo graduates were obtained Added to the thirty that passed in January this will make the total for Ohio county of one hundred indtwentytwo for this year The number of graduates has increased in a mathamatical ratio during the past tour years Beyond a doubt this will put Ohio county at the head of the list in point of number of graduates The list as is fol lows Lena River Miller Clyntr Hicks Emma Belle Acton Dorse Francis Bennett R W Tinsley W L How Ia Miller Ursula Moseley i MiI1C31Ience Hooge Mattye E Moseley i Arlie Brown Willye A Smith Frank Griffin Foreman Eva 11 Ragland Iva Opal Barnes Ross Morton John ia W Taylor Ella Louise Norris Rosco i Render Iva Taylor J Frank H1 Marks Oscar W Overhultz Katie Marie Hawkins Anna Carter Edna Hudson Maymee May Shown EleIt onora Magan Frank Moseley Eva Martin Albert D Baughn Lula Midkiff J E Merritt Elsie Baughn C W Wright America Belle Mabel Burnett Esterday Earley Mae Ma gan Virgia Lillian Graves Carrie Belle Magan Vernon M Crowder Logan Autry Jessie Mabel Raley Minnie E Leach Bessie Lee Raley HjWhittinghill a Wilson Fannie Whittinghill Sallie WhittinghillII K Floyd P C Weathford Jenkins Burch Wm A Moseley Wavy- S Pate Fred Whittinghill Harry Leach Mattye Tichenor Ora Vida Felix Sophia Williams Cora Smith Della Paytor ESHoward G N Cox Ledie P Miles Icie Hardin Isabel Fair Roena Hall Clime May Brown Georgia Blanche 4 Everett Brown Eddie Draper Roll Era Kethw Lewis Doutrix Myrtle McKinney Myr D McCarty Dora Storms Cor Mary Clide Matthews Pearl Harl H Elmer Sandofur Maddox and Nora OvrhulU Notice On account of the necessary ab since from the community of a large It number of citizens the Republican Convention called to meet ut Sulphur Springs May 20th for the purpose is nominating candidates for Magis Utrato and Cont talte for the Sulphur Springs Magisterial District was postponed until Saturday Junur rd at which time the Magistrate and Constable rnpoc tively will be nominated JA DUFFII Churn District Com WIIITESVILlE May 24 Riciiard Ne l and family Fordsville spent Sunday hero with relatives Miss Zula Boarman and father spent Tuesday at the carnival Mrs P H Haffoy and Haffey Cecil j returned home Monday after a few days visit to relatives j Austin Hamsey has gone to Louis ville to take a commercial course P H Haffey went to Owensboro SundayCC L Obenchain visited his parents Pellvilje Sunday i Tilden Morrison was here Sunday Mrs J H Wheatley returned home Saturday after a weeks visit relatives in Fordsville The Zarlington Show showed here Thursday Friday and Saturday night and a large crowd attended It proved to be very successful Part of the funds went to the inter terest of the public library Mr and Mrs Goo Tindle and children Fordsville were here Suni day iMiss Carrie McCarty entertained friends at dinner Sunday D L Jackson and family attended the dedication at Powers Sunday and also the Carnival at Owensboro MondayThere will be an ice cream supper given here Saturday night for the benefit of the publiclibrary Miss Lucinda Morgan of Banner and her grandmother Mrs Lake of Owensboro are the guests of Mrs Lakes daughter Mrs Thomas Hickey Mons 50c Fancy Dress Shirts a bargain not to ho + slighted Sale price 3ic Hero is a great tip we have 30 Mens Suits in all sires would ho a bagain at 500 sale price 238 Miens Fine Shoes in all sixes and leathers a sure ells everywhere for 150 sale price 110 Mens Fine 200 Shoes of the latest will bo reduced to l4S + t The latest shape Hats in brown or black colors real selling price 150sale price Ooe Our best 200 Hat will be given in sale for3H Wo have a beautiful line of UptoDate Straw Hats which you will be able to buy at 25 per cent cheaper than usual come in and look over our stock of Hats Dont cost anything to look a is the are pet tiary State roads Moxley Hol Howard Maddox Gains CAT EATS BABY Child Found Dead With Large Feline Feasting on Its Face Evansville lad May 2itlks4Ii Duncan a girl fifteen years old gave birth to a baby two weeks ago war left with its grandmother and hut night she laid it on a cot near her hel During the night itI supposed that the child died when the old woman awakened this morning she found a big black cat that belonged around the house upon its face The animal hadeaten nearly all the flesh and tiIJerit away the cut attacked her savagely and returned time after- time to its ghastly prey L I Circuit Court I The following are some of the most important orders entered in lommomfealth casts since our last issueIFriday wag cm janneled as grand juror Commonwealth vs A T Nail charged with using insulting language fined SoO Saturday Comlh vs LaliejChinn n motion of Commonwealths Attorney judgment set aside Comth- vs Hiram C Powers continued until Wednesday The grand jury returned fifteen indictments classed as follows Obtaining money or property under false pretense one sending threatening letter one furnishing liquor to a minor six being drunk while on official duty one selling liquor to a minor four The grand jury having reported that it exusedMonday tel charged with murdercharge reduced to manslaughter and defendant entered plea of guilty and jury fixed punishment at confinement in the penitentiary for seven years The list of petit jurors down for August term- WednesdayComth vs Amos Wallaceordered sent to the House of Reform Comth vs Robert Porterjudgment of confinement in the penitentiary for seven years set aside and case set for trial Friday Comth vs Hiram C Powers con inued until fourth day of next Au gust term Henry Nail charged t4 with wiling liquor to minor linlflI530 l RENDER May n Jas S Verntrees Hartford was here last Wednesday G T Tinsloy was in Centerown at Wednesday MiKtM Jennie Cargal mid Ellie Carncn were in Bimvor Dam lost Wednesday f Goo F Lyons Loufovillo was here lait Thursday Mine Instructor Shillmun was here last Thursday- L L Stewart I IOIWltl here last Thursday W H Minot Central City was here last Friday Dr Henry Smith Prentis was here last Friday Yanee L Mowley Hartford was here last Friday Dr II B inner and F 0 Allen were in Hartford last Friday Mrs May A Cargal left for Hoi rin 111 last Saturday to visit rela tives for awhile Simon done and city police Rte 1 tieer were in Hartford last Satur day Mr and Mrs Jno Boone spent the day in Echols last Saturday Cityinst I Jas Carter Central City was here last Sunday Sam James Jr was in Beaver Dam Sunday Albert Christian Central City was here last Sunday Messrs Simon Stephens and It IIGwynn were in Taylor Mines last Sun day W S Vick Owensboro was here yesterday Miss Lucy James has returned S from LViisville after a few days visitDavid Wadkins and John S Hob- son Central City were here yester day Ernest hyesterdayRhea Armstrong Leitchfield was hero yesterday- J H Fielden was in Hartford to lay Chas Thines and Jno Barrrass pf Taylor Mines were here today C M Baggerly Louisville was here today Ed Cooper Jr was in Central City today Mr and Mrs J M Martin are visiting in SturgisIIr r n H l Mar ford Republican to FRIDAY MAY 21 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Table North IIMIIII Nolllll Illlllllll- SoNo tiiln 4ii n HI liliiRllllH m Nn lul iluv M 4NoluQn 3 iltlim Nultl hi ololgiO- TCrr11C =iinriiiiuAN uiii prim Irro nl runnel Mrniiiry Vollrr OlillliHrm llroiilulMin ol 111irrl IIrnIhc rxirul nl ISO wnril Allover I line ninniinl nc rlmrifo far nl Ilio rnlp i l Ir T ward roll In Hilvmir r nllilhrlry Ie n word in every lninnrr All kinds of Cool Drinks at Griffins Drug Store IHUJ j My My that good Fish at City Restaurant r1 Mr II A Habbit Fordsville call ti ed to see us Tuesday My my what nice Vegetable Soup at City Restaurant Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky 12112 See the line line of Cakes and Crack ers at City Restaurant t J Mr Nathaniel MoxIe Shrove called to see us Tuesday IAll kinds of sewing machine Supplies at City Restaurant Mr James Whittinghill Narrows was si pleasant caller Monday Hot Fish Corn Bread and Coffee at City Restaurant So good 0tNorval Brown Mcllcnry called a to see us while in town Tuesday a Mr n F Gibbs Rockport was a- very pleasant caller last Saturday Captain A B Stanley Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller Wednes tiny Bring your Hams Wool Eggs Chickens and Feathers to Carson kCo HepublicanITuesday Everything good to cat at City Res taurant Most uptodate place in HartfordISenator A S Bennett is the guost of relatives and friends in and near Hartford 4 lDons fail to visit our Millinery de 1 partment when you como to the Street Fair LONG Co See our mammoth stock of Dress Goods and Clothing while attending the Street Fait CAUSON S Co Childrens Day was observed at the Methodist church here last Sunday Quite a nice program was rendered r We always pay the highest market II rice for hums Eggs Chickens Feathers and Wool CARSON Co- If Bean Bros the sawmill men offer a premium of 500 in cash for the best yoke of oxen at the street fait Friday anti Saturday This ring willj be No a5IA Dont fail to visit A C Taylors Furniture and Vehicle Store while at tending Circuit CourtI n Mrs C 11 Barnett left the latter part of last week for Louisville where she will be under medical treatment of specialists until about n i the firstof June a Go to Moore and Crabtree for pure cider vinegar made by Thos D Duke f All kinds of fresh and cured meats Also Flour Meal Sugar and Coffee C 14 pounds of granulated Sugar 100 44t2 WANr2D BY CHICAGO MANUFAC V T TURING HOUSE person of trust worthiness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid week ly Permanent position No invest ment required Business establish ed Previous experience not essen 4 tial toengaging Address Manager Branches 323 Dearborn St Chicago Mr Robert Hagerman died at his home about two and one half miles North of Hartford last Saturday morning at 4 oclock after a few i P lays illness of absess of the brain After funeral services conducted by- f4Rev R D Bennett Sunday at 1 o p m his remains were interred at the Milton Taylor ceme tery in the presence of a large circle of friends arid relative I r I I See Fairs New Matting and Car pet Special prices during the Fair at Fairs StrettI Come to the Street Fair Carson S Co I E 11 Kimmel Ceralvo called to see us Monday See Miss Lida Morton for Milliner Goods CARSON Co Special prices Friday and Saturday on Clothing at Fairs Esq W P Render Matanzas call ed to see us last Saturday The new Stylish Slippers for ladies and children are at Fairs W S Dean Dundee was a very pleasant caller Wednesday Try those Sweet and Sour Iickle- at City Restaurant So nice See Fairs 5c and lOc Bargains Base ment while at the Street Fair Dont forget those nice Steak and Fish Meals at City Restaurant next Monday Make Fairs your headquarters Friday and Saturday You are welcome I Messrs S JTichenor and William Duncan McHenry were pleasant callers yesterday Those Steak Meals the City Res tnu rant serve are simply fine Try one when you are in Hartford There were 55 applicants for cer tificates to teach at the examination held last Friday and Saturday Get your Meals and Lunches when in Hartford at City Restaurant Everything good to eat See out Premium we offer for handsomest Turnout Young man get a move on you LONG Co r Mr and Mrs C W Sturgeon are the guests of Mrs Sturgeons par ents Mr and Mrs J M Mcintire Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilcrs grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tfI Miss Hattie Barnett who has been quite ill of inflamatory rheumatism for the past several weeks is able to bo out ugainICANCKK CIWKD No cure no pay Call on or address Dn G F CHAPMAN on EASLKY 4214 Gintcrlown KyI Mrs S K Cox and daughter Mrs K E Birkhead returned lastSatur day from a weeks visit to relatives at Charleston Mo When you come to the Street Fair dont fail to visit the Economy Store and big values that are offered for two days only LONG Co Mr W T Woodward who has been absent at San Angelo Tex for the past several months arrived home last Friday A C Taylors new Bug gies arc new They are also the latest stylesI Mrs J M Sallee Beeville Texas and Mrs W J Ward Do Soto Missouri arrived in the city Wednesday to be the guests of their brother Mr G G Fair See those Binders Mowers Hay rakes Cultivators Plows Disc liar rows and Drills now going at cost D L Dr SANDEKFUK 15t3 Beaver Dam Ky Mrs T B Petrie and daughters Anna Ruth and Lelia May Brazil Ind arrived yesterday to be the guests of Mrs Petries parents Mr and Mrs JE Fogle Valuable news letter from Small hous and Prentis and report of Cromwell Magisterial convention were received yesterday after our space was already filled with other matter Most important parts of same will appear next wee- kWANTEDTen reliable men to sell Nursery Stock Cash advanced weekly Address Highland ISurseryCloverport Kv 4516 At the call meeting of the A S of E which met here last Saturday arrangements were completed with tobacconist J F Vickers of this place for the pooling of the tobacco of the county Mr Dudley FordI was appointed as receiver and grader Mr Vickers advances a certain proportortion of the estimated market price of the tobacco according to its quality and charges a cer- tainprice per hundred for receiving redrying and prizing The tobacco 4 1 J j i n r i6 c Iwill thin be shipped to the market at a time designated by the owners it will be placed on the market and sold The plan is in fact similar to the Owensboro plan in every particular When you attend the buyyRockers a new Bed- Room Suit or a new Sideboard A C Taylor has the latest designs Notice The Democratic Committee of Ohio County Ky is called to meet in Hartford Ky on Monday May thespurpose of filling vacancies in the committee and attending to other important business All the Democratic candidate are respectfully requested to meet with the county committee at the same time and place By order of the chairman May 12 1905 T J SMITH Chairman- G B LIKENS Secretary BEDA May 25Farmers are busy with their crops Rev Hamed Caneyville preached i at the M E church Sunday Dudley Bennett Champaign III arrived Tuesday to Visit relatives here for several days Miss Etta Bennett who has been vsiting relatives in Livermore for the past two weeks returned home TuesdayMiss Bennett will leave Sat urday for Owensboro to visit her sisters Mesdames Chinn and Bid wellMrs Mildred Damett who has been ill for several weeks is no better Mr A E Ellis left Tuesday for Morganfield where he has accepted a positionMiss Lydie Ward who has been at tending college at Willmore Ky re ThursdayThe a musicale Thursday night at their home near I hereMiss Mary Parks will go to Owens born Sunday to visit friends Dr and Mrs J D Stewart attend ed church service at Hartford last SundayQuite a number from here will at tend the Street Farr at Hartford this week Mrs Mary Liles went to Hartford Tuesday I Tuesdayto theMissesMr and Mrs Travis Maple of An dersonville were the guests of rela SundayMiss s spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Clara Bennett I Notice Having made diligent effort to ascertain the name of the ownerof hog now impounded in the city onej of Hartford and being unable so I hereby give notice that on Fri day May 19th I took up one sow hog I same marked light crop off each ear black with few sandy spots bob tail and now have same impounded in said city pound The owner thereof j is warned to appear before the Hartford Police Court on Monday June 5th to sow cause why said hog should not be forfeited- S T BAUNUTT M T H Notice- A Colt Show for Montochristos get of 1901 and foaled in 1905 will be held at Centertown the first Saturday in August Best colt 1000 second best 500 cash 45t2 F bL ALLEN PeculiarTo ItselfIn what it is and what it doesconI taining the best blood purifying alterative and tonic substances andI effecting the most radical and permanent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tiredI languid feelings and building upI the whOle systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good noI other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost- I wu troubled with scrofula and cams nets losing my eyeiltht For fqpr months I could not see to do anything After taking two bottles of foods Saraaparllla I could tea to i alk and when I hiul taken eight bottles I could ree as well u everBV8u A HAJBS TON Withers N C Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to i cure and keep tho promlaeI r hi KslB HBB I aBBB BBB G V l11J1a r a a d a ffa asa am TO THE STREET FAIR 0- aCOME I J AND J m I Make Your Headquarters WithI ComperiyTheHouse of Hartford As one of tho promoters of this enterprise we ado going to try and make these two SALEIOur 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 this line Have you compared our styles and pri ces with those you have been paying SPECIAL PRICES during the Street Fair U Woolen Dress Goods Department If we cannot please you we think it useless for you to try farther Our line comprises all thenew shades in Mohairs and Panama Cloth These fat rics for Skirts and ShirtWaist Suit arc the ascend ency Visit us get our prices and wee will do the i1rest Our 5c and lOc Bargain Basement astohishedj conGOTO cost you anywhere 50 per cent more Dont leave rh Hartford before you pay this department a visit Our Millinery Department Should be of interest to every lay that attends our Street Fair Our styles and prices are right at all times but on these two days we will offer SPECIAL VALUES that will be trade getters Visit this department We back our ascertion with the goods II Our Shoe Department There is no doubt about the excellency of style and the superiorty in our line of Ladies Mens and Childrens Shoes and Slippers over lines that you see We can conuince you of this fact if you will step in aud inspect them Special prices in this department during the Street Fair Our Clothing DepartmentI- s 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 so doing we are able to save money on your spring suit We would be glad to have you come and examine our line whether you buy or not Special prices May 26 and 27 mkQ0 I you our merchandise 60 Thanking you in ad 7 r jOi ft Premiumto0 ence tf y 5j Silk Dress tO beSt riderPQSjJ27BBBBBBBBBBBBBE q 2gaEr8e a THE TIE THAT BINDS 2 t Your Life with Your Practical Every = h It Day Way of Living afrIJ Itf 4yourmfc children as they should be We are doing a safe and sane business and no Frenzied financial state mentsemanate from our store for we do not as k the public to take our word as we extend to each ott and everyone a most cordial invittio1 to visit us inspect our goods compare our lwices with our CIW competitors and let us show you how easily we can furnish your homes dress you in the latest pat 1 terns and feed you with the best the market affords However small your purse may be with our alow prices our large assortments we cannot fail to interest you We one now displaying one of the 5 largest stocks of Dress Goods Notions Clothing Shoes Hosiery Drugs Carpets and Mattings ever offered One visit will suffice to show you the wisdom of our words and we assure you before hand an agreeable surprise at the amount of goods you can buy from us with a little money We arc one estabjtet of money We can handle all the Hay Corn Wool and country produce we can get a and will pay you as high a price for your goods as anyoneiat Dress CSoocSLs and TotioaasWe have spared no expense to bring our departments up to a standard where they could pass an- A I examination of the most critical buyer You will find that we can gladden the heart of the most fastidious and show you goods that will please both young and old Our prices are low our lines complete so make us a visit and let us save you moneyay CJ01ihing and Shoes 4- p First impressions are the most lasting so why not let us fit you in one of our Suits and let it be a favorable one We can show you the cheapest the best and the most desirable patterns in Clothesr F showingBlacksP for men youths and children a visit to our Clothing and Shoe Departments will prove to you that we- carry fJIthe latest patterns with price to suit all r DrUgsOur Drugs are new and fresh complete in every detailand are presided over by a pharmacist with thirty 30 years experience Each and every prescription is carefully compounded with no substv I tendstoP Groceriesip enlargement IIp Cther Fines ItoIn Hosiery Carpets Lace Curtains Umbrellas and Parasols you will find we are abreast with the P times and demands and your attention is called to tho fact that our prices are always the best our of withPour we you a we sure we can interest P you in both prices and goods = Your for TrEtcle- tp THe Brown Mercantile CopMoHenrr eaattaciy 444444 tP 1a mar e ri+ ELIv tir wry r LI T r Ky 4 i I Opportunity b b I II Is Knocking i ji v F At Your Door H 9 ti er9 let it slip by unimproved A splendid 44chance to furnish your house with the newest and t t of Furniture at a big saving in price is now i ilM 44 offered When in need of Furniture of any test Iip j tion come direct to A C Taylor the Furniture man 4 JJjI Wagons and Harness always in stock All goods t 4q of the newest and latest designs All firstclass Its i i4to your interest to visit my store gi 4i ij AC TAYLOR g i Ky4rlp g M r M Prr Pr yg j SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY Radium Destroys Poisonous I fect of the Venom of Snakes III rpere 11eekly A recent and most curious disc ery made in connection withlthe stu of radium is its peculiar property of destroying the poisonous effect of the venom of serf ents This w ascertained in France by Professor C Phisalix He states that an exposure of from fifty to sixty hou to the rays of radium is sufficient to destroy the poisonous character of the poison of the viper and the same 1istrue of the poison of the coU which is interesing in view of t fact that the latter poison resists the action of heat much longer These experiments led to other where the radium emanation was employed i stead of the direct action of the radium rays and a glass tube was tilled with a 1percent solution of viper poison to about twothirds height The tube was then exhaust od and filled with air containing I radium emanation after which it I was allowed to remain for twenty four hours in the course of whichI time the liquid acquired an opal escent luster and a strange odor I When injected into a guineapig itet had no toxic effect and the only j change noted was a loss of weight r by tha animal By diluting t poison with distilled water and posing as before it was found th the toxicity disappeared in six Itou but when glycerine was usedja mu longer time was required T opalescence mentioned is caused suspended particles and the cone don reached is that the radium emanation acts to decompose the iilbumenoid poisons Inasmuch as emanation has no effect on t poisons of the lizard or the common toad it is believed that a new method has been found to study the constitution i of poisons of serpents which willenable the experimenter to discriminate between hemILet me say I have Ii tm Balm for catarrh and can thorough i ly recommend it for what it claims Very truly Rev H W Hathawa Elizabeth X J aliiuP1JealanceThe long suffered are goneW Hitchcock late Major U S Vol a Jnd A A Gen Buffalo N Y The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by all druggists at iiO cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 06 Warren St New York i JBydirected to me which issued from the Clerks office of Ohio Circuit court in favor of C P Morris against G M Allen Ior one of my4 Deputies willon Monday thei houtrs o 0 cock P M and 4 oclock P M at the Court House door in Hurt1 I dPublicthe following property or so muchp thereof as may be necessary to dn satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and cost towit a tract of land being of and lying in Ohio county and boundw sycja Edward Finches beginning corner uIith ar mlEn N 37 W 50 poles thence N SO 112 poles to a sycamore at the fo lof the run where the Hartford r I crosses thence S 30 W 88 poles to 2 small beeches and thence sa toJystone the oak gone Edmon Finchesj Westwardly corner thence with his ashneS713E2poles to the beginni containng about 175 acres more less levied upon as the property rsGITER AllenIcredit approv ed security required bearing interest j1Iforce and effect of a sale bond Witness my hand this 16th day May1905 1CALP KEO +yS S 0 C By CHESTER KEOWN D S Observations by Puck itsA pretty girl is in some sense a peach and yet the greener she is the less squeezing it takes to mash her During the latter part of his hunting trip President Roosevelt difficulty in finding a single hadIling track Evidently the bears with the bobcats had ideas IIce their own on the subject of rr suicide heA rJ Scientific Discovery tathe chTbTwhile the inflamed muscles of titatand organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what stomacheorgan to transform all food into richred blood Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro mhih NOYI HdiOrders Ohio County Court R ular term May 1st 1905 Pres Hon J P Miller timlytion for local option election This cause coming on to be heard and it appearing that at the regular April terns of court April a 1905 the petition of S L Fulkerson a fiftyone others was duly filled and it an appearing further that said petiti was duly signed by legal voters the town of Rockport greater ine s number than 25 besgalgeneral election and that the of Rockport is a city of the sixth class and that said petitioners have this day deposited with the j judge of this court the sum of 6000 which is sufficient to defray the thpenses of the election to be held said town and it appearing that sr petitioners have compliedwith all til requirements of the law it is now and adjudged that an election held in the said town of Rock Ohio county Kon the 10 of June tItuking1 said town upon the propositi I let lcr or not spiritous vinious anIIloancdnow ce in said city allowing the sale of spiritous vinbus and malt liquors shall become inoperative in said city 1or town of Hockport and the cl this court is directed to duly pare ballots and poll books for c voting precinct in which any part ofsaid town is located and deliver scone to the proper officer and th Sheriff of Ohio county is directed placliJoto advertise said election for least two weeks prior to the d titate perb1a and he will also advertise the same by printedas written handbills posted bat live conspicious places in said town the same length of time IIt is further adjudged that a spe registration be held for tlie said town of Hockport on Satunla the 3rd day of June li05 for th pur pose of registering all legal voters who did not register before Nov ber election and the regular election officers will conduct said rcgistera tion as required by laws and this cause is continued attest IM S RAGLAND Clerk By U IL RAGMND D CI or1Vnty 10im manner required by law inmewn Rockport Ohio county K to take the senses of the le voters of said town qualified to r IgIe pros o 1Fofj Dn loaned or trafficked iI the said town of Rockport 01 inI county Kentucky Given urn my hand as Sheriff of Ohio coon Iarj1905 QuitfGossiping Fidgeting Grumbling Hairsplitting Saying that fate is against you Finding fault with the weather Anticipating evil in the future Pretending and be your realse Going around with a gloomy fn Faultfinding nagging und ever aking offense where none is in ded Dwelling on fancied slights and wrongs smallIof what you can do in of doing it that life ia grind and worth living continually about yourself your affairs makinglightSaying unkind things about ac1 quaintances and friends Exaggerating and making mollnJ out of molehills j Lamenting the past holding on to Pittying le expericncesI your lack of te6rO own Work once in a while and take e to renew your energies around for chances to turn up Go and turn them up I1Vriting letters when the blood is you may regret later chancesndare gone by excluoj I Carping and criticising See the t rather than the worst in others reaming that you would be happier in some other place or circum stances envybecause Didyoue wouldorFIOUIellGerno most of the presentfacLonging for workor Dr hundredsd of right where you are b u I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Kingsach ONNINITIOY Pdn lIDOIA Perfect For All Throat and TiCureMoney back If It falls Trial DottUs free I BEST FOR THE BOWELS lbtIr violent phyilo or pill poltniK U uancerou Th kraylothef CANDY CATHARTIO nra CANDYPl Do Good Serer Sicken Weaken orOrlr lo sand honkletoohnllhSterllna Remetfj Compinr Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I PPortunltylei otein this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex tycchtional induce meats to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men t find our a propositionI I IIrybusiness WRITE AT ONC- EWheelerWilsonhlfgCo 72 and 74 Vabash Ave IcmcGO Un NasalICATARRH In all In itacei there JtbUl be eeawmeee Elys Cream Ualm ecafttnutiie inil heals lbe dlelJ meuiruc cnret catarrh and drives away a cold la tit Lead quietly it Cream n iiniiu 19 ace cote Ibo IIOllrll apteaae over the membraco and li absorbed Relief I1m mediate and a cure followi It Is Dot drjlns don not prodnea icetzln Large Size 50 centa at Drug mslLi Real Estntc- BARGAINS 70 acres on Sulphur Springs roadu miles front Hartford U2 acres in medow K0 fruit trees 10 white oak trellIIgwd nouse mill good barns for 55000 j 12 i acres inn Kuckpuri in t yII cllnchnnkuudho It iU 111 r lniii I mi fur ft 2 n ii ftj tcic line liuiuiu laud fur Z2o per HUie nrflbnt 3 uillrx fiiiin Hitloru mi gander ni e i Hsii i H G od liiiiix 1I1 IJ iv J dung nrr in bur- etttle III riiitivniiM A bargal I fvrteIneWill ErII cheiponHidfiin th INnd 1SSerlrt irHt rIo SrC- me lor poIi Herts I pllcetOne lot nn Unlun strett In Haillorr In condition jntIIhuus anil a acres nHjolnin lIf1ftfc olllInllIUnltgond house anil build snit 1I lor J75o e 135eclrit 4 talks north ot HfirdoTn In good state ot 3cultivation4 n1I5 near Crialvn 4o uo 711 crtH near Pas an IIlrlIihntlniii Unrt tnUncc goodhvrna fiSf0 I Ore tondnetc f1 rllItrIear aplat A hnruan- Ifvnu want In nrll land II ol wiiM to buy landerr mr and Iatii turnlnh you with what you mint j SA Anderson Duller in Real Estate 11 A ItT OJW KY nDrCOI4FplyiDK lor patent i It U worth floury We PAYaadtIMMIDIATIIRII nKIIrtia at BOSB07 7lh St WASHINGTON DC qI i tl- t BIG FOUR llhl 4r1 The Best Line to Indianapolis PeprlaIToledo 9 i Detroit I Cleveland i Buffalo New York I Boston I And all other points East Information cheerfully fur f rI1259 ISGenl Agent Passenger Dept A Louisville Ky n E g Pat1oa o TheJdnlmirIhfclftahmf1I1 will malr you feel blspepsieCarrhI J A ha firjppr antierurhl ltbiity Mi1ehy the LlFTCIIFlKLn PUARIMACAL CO Inr I IJOur free BOTTLE It foraOrdnedlamanwhateverNoeickonecanncalectnuchan0Cerendhofair to himself very Ponderdoes riBH 111 SMITH rl1O1 In s T LAW tllulln I 1rIIl VIVCl 111 Hll IIMHI rwrr riilti iM nod terI UN I Ollll 1111 11111 Elrlnnnr nL Illllrrutoaa UglUllx = c = = tIAttorney at LawII ttlTMHIIt let11111 purlw III ir ti In nhlen1 in I ultiliiu niitnly Mini In Ihr Court nf Dlxnl lIrjCHAS M CROWE LAWYER HAIITKOIIH vi tUMI iirmiiln hl iIiiii In nil Ihr r nrf atllart anti Hilliliilnir rouuuw HIM hi Ilixiliqp H 1NM1 nlJ nlwd n unrb Ir eIM1nn1- ptMIMr nuAb udbhro iimi inriirr l pr IArt Nnd1eelrr Mnvi Tlioiin rdlrL nplen r IJ O B WILSON AT LAV UA InForm KY nnlaklbgiOmw nnrthhbnnbn Ixxn- R t = == == = == t j R WDOOTNG Attorney at Litwa I Kt11cI1Lprartlrhlhtab rnlrrnlrimrt 11rlrllltIt1ohloIlnury iMNirurrr iiliiiiiiiair lliuk r MI lirAMlIN InhrI annouAlal ilEA VRIN WOODSARD- C 1 1 aet ec IGW IIt11T1aa Kv theugttrnlnhl 111IonW H BARNES Attorney at Law1xHr 01 TV TTIIHXiV II 1luI1IroarArrantbnlnwroTndrdn horn tr 1ollwllan tj r II I YANCYL MOSLEY ATTOHXKY AT I AW- H oil I il K 1111I11110 r din priilr liu In n Nthe fllurlI 1101IOInerrs rir l 1111111J EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS Ii ITRADCAnyone emme a reren e10 freewhJheranInrenllnn IanrpqrentIMimiti taken trmiuili Jlunn 4 Co receivep tbScientific ntAdelitofulyetenllae 1 Pert INNrC 3 liltinewsdratar4 Urancb YorkUmeeS SYarhlnaton b f finennurymPrtIt44emfnwlegbow tuarYtiIN I I I IDar WarningIn Kidneysi fl puck as Dypepsia andConstipation Indigestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Sickand Dysentery of a bilious type we will give you an order on for a Carlstedfs GermanOULiPp r f I FREE propositionrndUthe The YouwantthosaresultsyuuwnnttobOwe1L German ltII COUPONW mnllj My disease IstI bavn you wIn aupiliy me u 2c bottle tree I German will LtverVowder but Lir M NM n 1 It I eI17ForK 4 J tL 1 4 ZJ Ji YV t7iQi7tI7 7Frlllr FREETUITION Two Weeks Free Tuition in the OwensboroBusines s University Individual instructions from a large and t competent faculty Every Graduate cures employment Free membership the Y M C A gymnasium and library inIWrite for full information A M FISHER Pres II fi u JI nfIJIu If l JI n le t RHEUMATISMand other ills producm by diseased kidneys can bo t + cured ARGON OIL is the remedyi its effect is marvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you are not satisfied your money will bti cheer j fully refunded I 1j f Ask you Druggist 95c 50c ARGON OIL CO 130 West Main St Louisville Ky I OUR CLUBBING RATES Iii iB RIMTIIMCAN and Louisville Hmal1125THK HitunirAX and Louisville Daily Herald 200 TIIK RKHMIUCAN full CourierJournal 150 TUB HKITIIUCAX and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIIK HKITIIIICAN fold lunge and Knrm 125 THK KKiiiturAX am Lijipencotts and CoUiioplitan 325 rig KKifitucAN aiidTvieeaVcek Owcnsboroinquirer 175 TiiK UKiTiiurAX null Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 Till KKITIIMIAX and TwiceuWeek Oboro Missenjier 175 tc The Wonderful Stallion I 11 GOEBEL Will make the season of 1905 at E D Oldhams stable near Beaver Dam I JKy at 15 to insure a living colt Care will be taken to prevent acci dents but will not be responsible should any occur Season is due when colt is foaled or mare parted with A lien will be retained on colt until t 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 He needs no reputation as a show horse to those who have seen him show He I 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 Js a model horse and he proves to be an excellent breeder Description and Pedigree JGOEBEL is a coalblack stallion three white feet star in forehead 16 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 by4Girrllrdsdam by imported Scython thoroughbred Goebels first dam by Rolla Gold Dust he by Arabian Gold Dusthe by Dorseys Gold Dust 150 Second dam is Mollie W by Fancy Gold Dust he by old Gold Dust 150 Second dam by Dr J H Thomas old Cotton Picker Goebels first dam a half I sister to Nellie W f I desire to thank the citizens for their support last year and would kind ly ask all whose desire is to raise fine colts to call and see my stock before breeding elsewhere PREMIUMI will give the season for the best colt of his get this yea and 10 for the 2nd best Colts to be shown at Beaver Dam on Saturday before the Ohio County Faire 1906 F w CREAGER Cecilia Ky I Yu i cvr StclvsMa e1ti1 u CHINESE JUSTICE TorturedIUntil They Are Glad I to Die i llolxliil Stilliilitlilj Other events have obscured the news from Peking that torture in China is to be abolished With re ference to this a correspondent writeIINot ninny months ago I went to call upon a Chinese Judge at the Palace of Justice It was summer weather and one side of the building was entirely open to the courtyard through which one entered the buil ding In this courtyard there were about 20 criminals in various stages of dirt arc dilapidation Some were in stocks some had each thumb suspended by a string to a beam so that they knelt with outstretched arms like scarecrows all had their hair unshaven and matted and their faces so caked with dust as to have lost the look of humanity Inside the courthouse Judges of various degree were seated on benches behind long desks just as they do in England the only difference was that they wore gorgeous silks and drowsily drank tea from little china basins to while away the afternoon After some conversation it occur red to the chief Judge that his visit ors might like to see a trial So he called for No 19 A pitiful figure came in dragging its shackles heavily ate the floor and knelt on the far side of the desk The visitors were accommodated on the bench itself Then the Judge leaned over the desk and glaring angrily through his spec tacles at the cowering creatures in front of him told him the story of his crime which the prisoner must have heard ad nauseam since he had been in the Court for two years The trial proceeded somewhat in this manne- rJudgeOn such and such a day two carts were going to the village of Yingpan The soldiers who were escorting the carts rode some distance ahead of them You waiting by the roadside saw your opportunity and fell upon the carts intending to rob them Is it npt so i Prisoner Most Excellent I did nothing of the sort I am a good man and no brigand if you inquire of my relatives or the head roan of my village you will learn that I have a good character and do not steal from cart- sJudgeHave I not just said that you did steal from two carts How- dare you contradict me That is to say that I am a liar Attendant bring the bamboo At this point negotiations were broken oft so to speak while the attendant went for the implements of forture A littlestool was brought to which the prisoners hand was tied palm upward and then the bamboo was brought down with vigor upon t the poor wretchs wrist He howled lugubriously but made no signs of confession and thanks to our presence the prefromance was cut short This man had been in prison for two years and still had not confess ed Sooner or later however he would give in and then his great day would come Preceeded by READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1904 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I am 68 years of age I have suffered 25 years from kidney and bladder trouble and since using less than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Discovery I have passed twentyfive gravel I feel that I am almost cured and can cheerfully recommend you to the public Yours very truly H C THOMAS 520 Third Ave A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer- P O box G29 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo- M ROUGH RIVR I I TELEPHONEI ll Y41n il I I IPalk tieiHg cheap anA nccwaary I you should pitronie home folks where you can buy your own phone- and build your own lines and be in Ukiu liMircc ttth the whuk county I and business points generally by oniv paying a reasonable rent to tht Rnneh River Telephone Company 01 they will be at the whole expense II you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu Tar call on S T Stevens Manager Hnrtford Kv For Sale I Thoroughbred poultry eggs and plants for sale Barred Plymouth Rock and the celebrated Brown Leg horn called the best layers in the world One rooster from Mor ganfield one from Illinois and one from New York State cost ing as high as 750 Hens weighing over nine pounds Eggs from 75c to 150 per setting I Will have in due time 100000 Swee- Potato Cabbagejand Tomato Plants Also have two stray steers t E M MILLER Phone 132 McHenry Ky i trumpeters and flags he would ride through the city on his tumbril the observed of all observers he would b taken to the potters field side out the walls and there before a crowd of spectators he would suffer death for a crime which in all probability he had never committed That last day is a blessed relief and for the most part the prisoners go to their end laughing and chattting with the crowd It is better of course to confess quickly and be done with it Yet instinct of selfpreservation is strong and I heard of one contumacious old lady who had defied the thumbscrew und lash for 20 years Occasionally there are luckes capes Once before the war begin in Manchuria I came down the Liao River with a Russian expedition We faught the Hunhutses ever afternoon about tea time but rarely inflicted any damage on them be cause they hid in the crops One purIsued fields with a complete lackof suc- cessi only to find on our return tha the Chinese Magistrate who accompanied I us had collared 12 Chinamen suppored to be Hunhutses and had them all tied to a pole by their pig tails It was the business of the Chi nese authorities to deal with all cap turesso these 12 men were practically condemned to die In company with the missionary who was action inter preter for the expedition I pressed for an inquiry The result was that six of the victims were proved to belong to a theatrical company which was stranded in the neighboring village They were instantly released One of the others was subjected to more rigid examination and die under the lash and owing to this untoward incident the rest were set free But it was pure luck that the whole 12 were not beheaded Mans Unreasonableness Is often as great as womans But S of the Re Indwtl not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble In stead he says we concluded oas try Electric Bitters My wife w then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physicians had failed to relieve her After taking perfectlyIZ Wayne Griffin Bro druggists price 50c m WhatTime Is Worth The Czar has an income of 1000 per hour the Sultan 850 the Em peror of Austria 500 the Kaiser 450 the King of Italy 330 the French President 250 the King of Belgians 85 and the President of I the United States 750 e74r ia TOR xJSL Bean theTheKM VW Hare Atars Boug- h61gatnre Subscribe for Tim REPUBLICAN i PISOS CURE FOR INI CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS 01 0 t Ccuch Syrup Tastes Gb d I Usa In time Said by dru- ggistsp5TRONG CONSUMPTION 1 Again is what Mrs Lucy StovallofTiltonQa said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia k Cure Hundreds of other weak women ate boiig toll stored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may be well if you will take It Indfcestloncautii nearly all the sickness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure organst some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchingheartburn and all stomach disordersDigests What You Eat euse as toul ooh uiLriWytaODWitt trial or 10 ctt its AOChtepwA Soul byZ WAYNi UltlfrVIM Something New Variable Tours T- OLORIDA VI- ASouthern Railway and Queen 6- Crescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Viiiter Tourist Tickets good fco fug Via Asbeville through the Land SapphiretROIl Chatauonga or vice versa are nuw on sale at Low Rates The Florida Limited composed of finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers soil vestibuled coaches with Dining Car service euroute leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via Cbatanooga and Southern Ry Con necting train leaves Louisville at 740 a m daily The Chicago and Florida special consisting of elegant Drawing Room cardexcept Sunday uniting through Solid to Stt Augustine via Chatanoo ga and Southern Railway with Din ing car service enroute Connecting train leaves Louisville at 725 p m carrying observation sleeper through without change from Louisville to St Augustine alto through sleeper to Knoxville Through Pullman Sleepers to Jack sonville irom Cincinnati every evening via Knoxville Asbeville and Sa vannah From Louisville connection with all of the above trains is made at Lexington by trains of Southern RAjlway ForIILand of the Sky book Winter Homes folder Rates Sche dules or other information address A C Rincareon G P A Q C Cincincinnati 0 C H HUXUERFORD Dietricj Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Pateeuger Agent dt Louis Mo IITELEPHONE 1 Cncorporateil AN- DTelegraph Co I heres nothing the matter with uiy uuslnets I hive the CuuiLici Uiiil Ttlephine Jn my rtsUlcnc and place oJ business My business 1ai Increased and my wifes voice h ti v c er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours fur g 01 net vice fond gentlemanly competition IllE PflTE Manr 1lDII1FTD1ATChto It ClrcnltConrtTF Ulrkhtad Judge lien it IllngoAttorntjr T It slack Jailer Kd 0 hawses Clerk Frank L Felix Master Com ml lontrY L Moielejr Trustee Jury ouudCa P Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Keown Jo II Roberta Sam Kcown JraConrtcoDTentsflrst Mon day In March and August and continue throe weekiand third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtJ P Miller Judge N6 Hag and Clerk W II Hague Attorney Hartford Court convenes Drat Monday In each month MODda1luCourt of Claim Convene Stet Monday In Jat nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Ollleel1lJ II Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Assessor Beda Jamea DeWee School Superintendent Hartford Den L Dart Coroner Sulphur Springs Ttt Mc CourtB F Hudion Beaver Dam February 18 May 13 Augnit 31 November 30 OeoW Martin Ualietown February 12 May 14 August 20 November 12 JnoMOrabam Narrow February 58 Ifnj 2 August 29 November U T A Evan Fordivllle January 15 May 7 August 27 November 5 J A hicks llnford February 7 May o Aug net 12 November 7 W A Hone Centertown February D May 11 August 24 November D J Wilcox Hock port February 20 May E August 2ft November 14 duoftorney H r Harriett Marshal Court con Tune second Monday In eachniontb GervlcsHSunday etch month at 11 a m and 7pm and second Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening Rev WTMIIler Pastor Baptist Church Hervlcesbeld Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev J II UuroeltIIRtorC Service drst Sunday tin each month at ll n m and 7 pm liar Jl liar ned pastor School Trustees Ilnrtford Jus P Miller J Ulenn S T Stevens U M Ilocker Jll B Car son Jon C Rlley ritjr Counrll Rowan llolbrook Mayor H A Anderson Clerk Dr HJ Wedding W HI Tins eyACTaylor M L lleavrlnT J Mo rton Councilmen Oert Boclatloa A O U W meet first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 07J F 4 A Masons flrst Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No W Knights of the Macca bees every Thnrsdoy night Rough River Lodge No 110 Knlghts of Pythla meet every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A R hold regular meetings Saturday beforeflrstSunday In eat h month m EVERYBODY r 11I wMAa71tiiiOTHliwHI1ULmm A QUART FOR 5e FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS 1 fh American Pharameml Ct EYintTllle Jjd l Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable prices Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and free reclining chair cars HometeeheiV Excursions first and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets Solders etc on application H C TOWNSEND RTOIWTHEWS CsalhrssdTkl Tniiliif Punnet IricV t LOUIS LOUTSTILZ ii IMakesStops falling hair and cures dandruff And it always restores color to gray hair Sold for fifty years lirttSTSorrttKn1 a t Y t i AMatterI ofHealth There is a quality in Royal Powder which makes tithefood more digestible and peculiarityjphysicians and they accord ingly endorse and recom I mend it ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Subscribe torTHE REPUBLICAN I Congress foreigners regarded military conditions Mesdames Chambers jAI Ifor and renovating house Everybody is the and stock be both com department full with our prices We stock Merchandise in the River uptodate in be department Everything style at Twelve stock of latest It pay to Carson 8 Dress Department T The latest creation of the best can be in this at prices that our competitors cannot beat Below we r give you prices on a few of the leading Scotch Lawns at 5c Batiste Voiles and Organdies in all colors and and plain to per yard Cheviots and Durban for made Suits and Sikrts doublewidth all shades and colors also Shepherd Plaids at per yard all Wool Mohairs and all shades solids etc price 50c 39c I in woolen goods all and colors latest creation of the prices from to per yard cant miss finding what you want in this also anything you might desire in Silks ranging in from 39c to 125 per yard Yard wide black guaranteed not to split at 1 per yard This is an piece for Suits and Skirts We can fit I you out in anything you want Our prices are the best Shoe Department Our shoe department is the most complete we carry It is the most complete line shown in the whole We keep in stock some of the cheapest and best and medium grade We can furnish you Baby at 20c Chil drens fine Shoes sizes 2J to at fine Shoes sizes G to 8J at 1 to 125 per pair also fine Shoes sizes 12J to 2 atlto per pair In Mens and Ladies Shoes we carry the complete line to be in the whole county Both Black and Tan both Shoes Oxfords Mens fine Shoes at 100 125 150 and 200 the best brand on earth the W L Douglas at 2C Ir50 to 100 both in high and low cut shapes and toes In Ladies Shoes we have the Sterling Shoe prices from 125 to 250 per pair both and Kid Any thing you might desire in fact we have Shoes to fit everybody at prices to suit Dont fail to visit this department when in need of Shoes We can certainly fit you up Department This 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 furnishIi you in Calicoes and Percales light mixed and red 40 forI00 and black 40 yards for 75c We also have a lot of r- emtnant Toweling and that will cost you from IJc to 3c per yard IJ nn nn I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY- GENERAL 20 I NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBrlef Items Vice President will represent the President at the opening ExpositionJune i Gov Hanly of Indiana has an nounced that he will not pardon a wifebeater even though the State Board recommend clemency President Roosevelt is said to he considering proposing to at the next session that stept be taken to reduce the number of immigrants as the influx of uudesirable is beginning to be by the administration as serious peril Two methods an arbitrary limit and suggested0 O Howard Charles Warren Stod dard and Dallas Lore Sharp head the list n of contributors to the j National Magazine Mayor is Chicago and Ownership and he declnres are ninety of water in stocks of the Chicago street that will never be paid for the city Sam Jett and Mose 4t FeltnerI filed sensational affidavits with Riddell of the nreathitt Court asking for when they go to Jackson to to the call of the indictments them Both men state that will be killed unless wereTthe guard and both have filed change of venue The supporting the petitions allege under existing it impossible for them to secure trial in Breathitt HERBERT county May Milligan merchant at this place is selling his stock of goods entering the timber business Amelia Lyons Amanda Stewart Wednesday visited David Miller and daughter iP S tA S time up has for the has have to in order to poor is is the were the idea of the the of is every and had of floor space foot Dry you buy at Cos figures Hlc 25c lOc original now shades best ranging lOc elegant always line county Shoes 50c C5c Patent Leather All ranging Patent Leather quite Lawns theme millions for We might use our entire space for 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 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 Ladies and Childrens best Table Linen Collars for Gents and many other things too to mention Prices are always the lowest and we can supply your wants in this if you will only give us an We also have a bargain 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 and we put them on the bargain counter to sell at 5c lOc per yard Ask to be shown these We also have a lot of Chev iots that were from 8Jc to lOc per yard on can he found a lot of Percals at the usual price also Shoes and Oxfords for ladies and misses If the Shoesuits you the price is right They be cleaned up while the season is on We are adding bargains to this counter and when you visit our store dont fail to ask to see these things I In this line we lead We pride ourselves on having more cloth I ng and the best clothing at the lowest prices that can be found in the We are willing to compare our goods prices with anyone We have al the latest goods all the new desirable patterns for men youths and children In Chil drens Suits our prices begin at 69c and from this to per Suit in Youths Clothing we have these with long ages 11 to 19 years price 200 to 1000 per Suit all shades and and and styles In Mens Worsted Suits we start the price at 198 Mens Satin ette Suits at Mens All Wool Suits at 5 00 We can show you an of Worsted and 1000 to 1500 per Suit also an elegant line of black Granite Suits suitable for Suits at 1250 regular price 1500 If you need Clothing visit our Clothing We have the latest patterns and prices to suit all v and This is that all ladies and children need at this season of the year to protect them from the hot sun We them from the cheapest to the best in solid colors browns blues and fancy borders The on our range from 40c to 350 in the newest and best We can satisfy you in this line See us for Parasols and guests of relatives at Weber Lilly Rice of Mt Eden is I lsltll1ir here continual rainfall has rnuctpl I to get considerably behind their work and tobacco j spoiling in the Maybelle sister roar Fields and wife Mt Eden Sunday with relatives at this Mines of Walnut Grove here Saturday Sanders of Etna is visitingI daughter Mrs Mattie Iniianapolis ani Kcturn Big Four Route June lth special train 7th St Union Depot Louis at 8 oclock A M leaves Indianapolis Union De at 7 oclock 111 I CENTERTOWN 21 John T Hone is on the list this week I rs T II Benton is in the count u ry visiting Mrs Mary Benton Will Jenkins Cromwell is visiting S W Jones C K Renter Render visiting his fondly hero this week C W Hawkins and wife are visit ing friends in Mclknry blrs1 11 Slmcklett Williams is hurt visiting the falllilof L H Goodall Karl Davis and Elbert Goodall wore in Hartford last on y businessJoseph Hill wifoand daughter of Matauza are visiting relatives here Dr M M Dexter who has been dental college in Louisville has his work and is now with us He will locate at Midnay p Kentucky Fred Hudson Hartford relatives hero last week was as dele gate to attend the State Sunday School Convention which meets at Somerset Ky lone 7th8th and 9th Moaner OFlynn and little dough ter and Master Raymond McCor mick Utica visited Mr and Mrs Ell Morton Sunday Subscribe for Tnt nn m nuun 6 afc lVWl A e 8a l I q COBARAiS4t- 2 The dressing come the time arived looking for Bargains We met y 5 demand have decided mark down our entire in the reach of everyone rich and Our stock 4 plete very chock of latest patterns which bought giving customers benefit of low carry largest General Green Country Our stock particular bargains can J in each Nothing shoddy in and prices never heard of before thousand feet for 5j our and every covered with goods the very designs Goods Furniture Millinery and Clothing will Goods worlds found department articles Ducks Cloths Tailor novelty Everything desirable The worlds 3 You department price Silk I also C Childrens 2 most shown also and different Smith everybody Remnant yards Calico anywhere Fairbanks 23Homer Notion Department this department daily Handkerchiefs Supporters Napkinsand numerous department opportunityIcounter soiledjor mussed and goods originally this counter about half must continually Clothing Department county and and 500 Pants colors fine 350 elegant line Cassimeres wedding Department Umbrellas Parasols something have reds prices Umbrellas Everything Umbrellas plants bedsI noI Returning Saturday attending completed visited HHDavis elected RiiflilICAN ffINl popular GroccricsHardwarc 8Carpety Our Carpet and Lace Curtain stock is complete in every in style quality and prict Take a look at our stock and think that we bought to supply the whole county and in lllPltIdid Wo expect everybody to come to us for Carpets Curtains We can sell you a good Cotton Ingrane Carpet per yard 2Jply all Wool Ingrane Carpet one yard wide at 52c We can also supply you with Brussels at CMC to 150 per yard Wo have also 1600 yards of Matting to sell to srflucbody Of course if we sell these goods wo have got to make a price We have nil the colors all the different figures from the cheapest to the best We can give you a good hemp warps from 20c to 30c per yard In the Lace Curtain line we can furnish you a Lace Curtain 40 inches wide and three yards long at tile a Lace Curtain 60 inches wide 8J yards long at 9Sc 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 alhounout among folks without a new Hat We are able everybodyfrom to the oldest lady have the latest shape and pat terns and all the newest styles Miss Lyda Mor A I keptbusybusiness has been good in this line butwe still have a nice new assortment on hand Our prices are al ways the best Satisfaction guaranteeahyou it will convince thatwill only visit our Millinery deaprtment you Ribbons Hosiery Department fifteendozen upWe50cInthe largest We can furnish you Hose from 5c to 25c per pair al 15dozenassortmentanythingblack blue red brown lace etc Cant miss it if you need Hose if you visit our Hosiery department I CARSON COMPANY r I+ r INCORPORATED Hartford Kentucky viy Snh y ue l J 1 L 11 L