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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t tartferb ttqrnblican Fine Job Work a Specialty11lIT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year I VOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 2 1905 No 46 SWEPT FROM OCEAII j Was the Russian Fleet in Co rein Straits Last Snndayi I Toga Set His Trap for the Russians and When They Were in He Crushed Them Latest advices confirm thu magni tulle of the disaster suffered by thei Russian fleet last Sunday in Corean Straits und point to the fact that the Russians hopesso far as this war is concerned now lie in whatever may be accomplished by the oftbea ten army in Manchuria An official report received from Tokio by the Japanese legation at Washington Monday evening 8118I that the Russian losses definitely known in t elude two battle ships a coast defense ship five cruisers two special ships and three destroyers sunk and two battle ships two coast defense I ships one destroyer and one special service ship captured while over 3 000 prisoners were taken including Rear Admiral Nebofiatolr + There is nothing to clearly indicate the extent of the Japanese posse and it is suggested from one source that the Tokio government is wating to hear from Admiral Rojestvensky by way of Vladivostok before an nounciug to what extent its fleet has suffered The news of the disaster has caused deep depression in offic ial Russia t hough it is not yet + known generally among the Russian people A 1 Rojestvenskys defeat has given rest to renewed talk of peace It is pointed out that Russia in this crisis will turn to France through its foreign minister M Delcasse while from Wathington comes information that President Roosevelt in accord ance with his promise aunounced a long time ago is taking steps to do all in his power to bring about peace negotiationsNothing been heard from Vice Admiral Rojestvensky In Tokio there is some belief that he has per ished while another source says he was rescued by n torpedo boat but that he is wounded Toads FKillTINO lLANSix Tokio May 01 Beyond the results 0 little is known here of Admiral To- Admiral gos stunning victory over Rojestveusky Rojestvensky reach ed Quelpart Island Korea early Saturday and headed for the Tsu Islands The exact number of vessels in his fleet is not clear but he had his main fighting vessels with a number of light cruisers and transports The disposition of the Japanese fleet appears to have been an ideal one Admiral Togo had waited for weeks in the vicinity of the Tsu Is land refusing to be lured away and to forfeit his advantage The innera line was held by Admiral Togo with the batteship and Vice Admiral Krimimura with the cruisers Rear Admiral Kataoka with the light J squadren first attacked Rojestven sky The order and circumstance of the attack are not clear According to one report Kaminmra went out side the straits and foiled Rojestven sky preventing his retreat When Rojestvensky encountered Admiral Togo there appears to have been a I running fight to the northeast r I t Saturday afternoon There was a series of desperate and successful torpedo attacks Srituaday night and a resumption of the battle on Sun day Togo pressing the Russian fleet toward the southeastern coast of 4 KoreaThe people were confident but of ficial confirmation of their belief and hoped thrilled the people as nothing has since hostilities began The long voyage of Admiral Rojestvensky the f on paper of the strength of- ff the fleets the irritation caused by reportedviolations of neutrality the Apparent certainty that a formida ble section of the Russian fleet would reach Vladivostok the vital bearing of the contest on the war and possibly the future of the empire created an intense strain which Ad miral Togos victory ends instantly In Memoriam Miss Pearl Igleheart daughter and step daughter of Rev and Mrs L W Tichenor died may the 8th 1905 She was born December 31st 1881 She professed religion and joined the church when quite young where she lived a devoted member until death She bore her sufferin which was great with that christia- fortitute that characterizes a true Christian life To know her was to love her her friends were many a was shown by the great multitude that attended the funeral which wa conducted by pastor Rev B F Jen kins the following day Six of her intimate young lady friends acted as palbearers which was a beautiful tribute of respect to her memory Pearl will be greatly missed in which she was favorite but she expressed a willingness to absent from the body and be presen with the Lord A FRIEND A OUW BANQUET Hundred or more Invited Guests in Addition to Membership Enjoy Delightful Evening Last Tuesday night at Taylors Opera Hall J E Pendleton Lodge No 80 A 0 U W entertained with banquet in honor of Grand Master Workman Sam Bedford of Owens boro An infdrmal though quitelin teresting program was rendered Mr Bedford delivering the principr address of the evening He is in deed an able and entertaining speaker and paid a high tribute to the people of Hartford and Ohio county He outlined in an attractive way the benefits and beauties of the A 0 U W Fraternity In speakingof the protecting features of the order he said that no young blood had a right to expect a fair young dame to seriouly consider him as a matri monial aspirant unless he had made provision for her material welfare Mrs Ella H Mantor Willman Minn delivered an interesting and instructive address on the Degree of Honor an auxi liary of the order Menu of light refreshments elegantly and tastefully prepared were served during the evening The Hall was handsomely and ar tistically decorated with roses snow white lillies etc and the lighting was arranged with beautiful effect Brief addrt sJjrfcve delivered dur ing the evening by members 0 11 Shultz Cal P Keown E B Pendle ton L P Foreman and R L Twed dell All spent a most enjoyable evening MATANZAS May Sl Farmers are very busy plowing corn since the ground has gotten dry enough to work Fronia Ellison and family of Is land were the guests of Mrs M E Bidwwcll last Sunday Mrs A B Tichenoris one the sick list this week Henry Tichenor is very sick of ton silitis at the home of W L James Several from this place attended the Masonic services at eqnlity last SundayHossBennettnnd sister Miss Nora were the guests of relatives at Small house last Saturday and Sunday Mr J D Bell is having a nice two story dwelling house erected W A Brown contractor Jno Bell Jr returned from Mis sissippi t week United Confederate Veterans Reunion Louisvivlte KyJune 1416 1905 On 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 toJuly 10th by depositing with special agent Cor 3rd Main and payment of fee of 50 cents- S B VAN METER Agt CHANGES IN PARTY LAW Republican State Central Com mittee Amends Rules Govern ing Organization At a meeting of the Republican State Central Committee held a Louisville last Saturday important changes in the rules governing the party organization were made rulenwas one s effect July 1 The principal change in addition to the emergency rules provides that beson same same hour and the date for election is fixed for 1 oclock p m the first Saturday in March of Presidential years Provision is made for filling vacancies A rule was also adopted that standard time is invariably intended In one or two instances cettat sun time and would have finish ed the business and adjourned twen tytwo minutes later when the other 1 delegates would arrive too late to participateThe change made in the rules however are to make them more specific So there will be fewer contests It was the desire of the committee to make the rules so simple and plain that they could not be misunderstood The new resolution which becomes effective immediately reads as follows When the Chairman Secretary Treasurer or any other officer ofor any member ofa County Executive Committee shall become a candidate for the nomination of any county municipal or district office to be fill ed at any regular or special election he shall immediately resign his office as member of such committee and the vacancy caused thereby shall be filled as provided for by the party rules and on his failure to so resign from said committee he not being allowed to vote thereon shall there upon declare his office as member vacant and shall fill the vacancy agreeable to the party rules CRUSHED SKULL With Nails in it Dug up in Frankfort Ceme tery Frankford Ky May 29While engaged in digging a grave in the State cemetery for he body of Mrs Anna Major Fairbourn who died in Louisville on Saturday an employe of the cemetery company turned up a skull the frontal bones of which had been crushed in and in the left side of which two long nails had been driven The superintendent of the cemetery has no knowledge of a body ever having been buried at the spot where the skull was found Physic cians who have examined the skull say that it is that of a young manand has the appearance of having been in the ground for half a century Mass Convention at Rosine The delegates from all the voting places in Cromwell Magisterial dis trict met at Rosine May the 8th und was called together by JT Allen he being made chairman H C Crowder was made secretary A motion was made to appoint a com mittee on resolutions carried and L L Embry LP Crowder and J W Wilson were appointed to repor at once The following resolutions were reported Resolved That we indorse the ac tion of the precinct conventions which met at their respective places on May 6 1905 for the purpose of nominating ondidates for Magis trateand Constable Second We further congratulate the successful candidates for the said offices and heartily pledge them our support L L EMBRY L P CROWDER Com J W WILSON Which resolution was adopted A motion wits made and carried to 4- r call for vote of precincts ando calling the vote CromwellSelect and Prentis reported for Cook Rosine and Horse Branch for Miller A motion was made by Mr Cook to make Millers vote unanimouscar ried Then R M Young received the majority of all the delegates and was Constabletpointed talk from Mack Cookshowed that the defeated can didates in the Republican ranks had successfulsthen gave a very and assured the people that he w very thankful and if elected woul be very faithful to what he thought to be right S T ALLENChmn H C CROWDER Secy Card of Thanks To every one who took enough interest in my effort to procure the premium buggy offered by The T J Turley Co at the Hartford Street Fair to cast their votes for me I desire to thank them most heartily althoughanother secured the prize I appreciate the efforts made by my friends JAms PIRTLE CUSTARD PIE Comes Near Proving Fatal t the Family Who Ate It The entire family of Mr Jake Smithwas made desperately ill Monday evening by eating custard pie says the Owensboro Messenger The pie was made Saturday and was kept in a refrigerator until MondayAt evening meal Mr Smith his wife and their two children ate of the pie Soon afterward all of them became very ill A physiciiwas sent for who diagnosed and gave treatment Mr Smith is able to be at his work and the chit dren are upIMrs Smith continues in a serious condition and the physician states that she is by no means out of dan ger A PLEASANT RIDGE May 29Rev R D Bennett of Hartford filled Bro Moormans ap pointment at the Methodist church SundayQuite a crowd from here attended the Sunday School Convention at Sugar Grove Sunday x Westerfield Bros are putting in their new saw mill they expect to be ready to go to work in a fewdays Hewlet Johnson who was elected cashier of the new Equity Bank here has gone to Morganfield where he willstay in a bank until the bank here is ready to begin business Several from here attended the Street Fair at Hartford Friday and SaturdayMrs Williams who has been visiting relatives in Hartford has r turned home Mrs Ethel Bartlet is visiting friends and relatives in Owensboro this week The Willing Helpers Society will give an ice cream supper Saturda night for the benefit v of the neti churchMrs Ragland and Ellis Coots wife and little daughter spent Sunday with Mrs Skillman Misses Susie and Nancy Barnhill Messrs Yewell Battor and Walter Parrish of Owensboro spent Sunda with friends here Houset ternoon at the court house C D Balls Rockport was married to Miss E L Ashby Rockport and H B Storm Paradise was married to Miss Ora A Judge J P Miller officiating The ladles are sisters and Judge Miller spoke the words that joined their fortunes with these young men simultaneously with only a brief pause interven wishes ing TilE REPUBLICAN extends best I OA BTdRZABuns theii Kind Yoa Haw Always Bout 8tsadueI 4 GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the Country Brief Items John Holland inventor of the tor pedo beat says the Japanese had two new torpedo boats which could have done all the damage so far reported to the Russian fleet Wind complicity in the robbery of =N P Hamilton in Leslie county in 1900 From twenty to twentyfive work men was entombed by a cave inthe Gunnison tunnel at Montrose Col Tuesday The men are thought to be alive unless they were crushed by the falling earth k N Secretary of the Navy Paul Mor ton will become president of thelNew York subway system whenjhe retires fram the cabinet President Roose velt will probably namea new Secretary of the navy by the endjof June tooas Gov Beckham Monday commuted- to life imprisonment a deathsen tence imposed on George B Warner of Louisville for the murder o Pulaski Leeds and ordered that the prisoner be taken to the Lakeland Asylum The life sentence being respited during the period of War ners insanity Judge James Hargis Alex Hargis and B Fult French were arrested i Winchester and SheriffEd Callahan i Jackson Wednday on warran out by Abrelia Marcum charg ing them with the murder ofher husband James B Marcum The Hargis esand French wereplaced in the Winchester jail and Callahan was locked up with them on his arrival at Win chester next day It is said that Mrs Marcum has received assurances that the Breathitt county grand jury will make a thorough investigation of the assassination of her husband Notice in Bankruptcy In the District Court of the United States for the western district of Kentucky Owensboro division In the matter of David A Royal bankruptTo creditors of David A Royal ofRosine in the County of Ohio and District aforesaid bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 10th day of May A D 1905 the said Royal was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the law office of J A Dean in Owensboro Kentucky on the 10th day of June whichetime the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the Bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting yJA DEAN Referee in Bankruptcy NOCREEK May 30Quite a number from here attended decoration services at Beaver Dam today visitinyg at Owensboro this week Miss Lizzie Lewis Livermore is the guest of Miss Pearl Bates Miss Hattie Barnett and Mrs Thomas of Hartford were the guests of Mrs J A Bennett Sunday after noonMesdames J N Sanderfur and Georgia Ward are at the bedside of Mrs Maggie Ward Taylor Mines whose death is expected at any time Mr Fleetwood Ward and wife have moved into their new house Ollie Jones of Owensboro who has been the guest of Lonnie Hoover for several days will entertain at the school house tomorrow night The farmers are making prepares Ilm for hauling their tobacco to the rl w 9fss 11ILDRED KELLER RESTORED TO HEALTH THANKS TO PERUNA Friends Were Alarmed Advised Change of Climate Miss Mildred Keller 718 13th street N W Washington DO writes I can safely recommend Peruna for catarrh I had It for years and It would respond to no kind of treatment or If It did It was only temporary and on the wouldfmyfriendswas advised to leave this climate IftJJtlaydose I took and a few bottles cured meIt built up my constitution I re gained my appetite and I feel that I perfeetlywellandatrongMildredn testt our readers only a slight glimpse of the- vaetarrayofunsolicitedondoraoatenta Or Hartman Is rocclvUg Hartford ware house soon Pendleton Ward has recently pur chased a new organ Miss bra Barnett of Livermore spent Saturday night here with rel atives Mrs P A Moxley of this place was awarded the first premium for having the best cake on display at Griffins during the Street Fair BUFORD May 30DrC E Cottrell and wife visited Mrs Isabelle Morgan of Maxwell Saturday night and Sun dayMr Rubert Roberson of near Rockport visited friends here Satur day and Sunday The party as Sam Rhoades Saturday night was quiet a seccess Our singing school is progressing nicely with Mr Wilson Fielding teacher Bud Bevan Southerland Station attended the party at Sam Rhoades Saturday night- C L Field of Owensboro is visit ing Mrs Laura Magan and family Mrs Josie Coleman is getting along nicely Born to the wife of Noble Hud son the 21st inst a fine girl Born to the wife Clarence Jewell the 28th a fine boy All doing well R L Paris and wife Ben Newton W N Blair and several others attended the Street Fair at Hartford SaturdayJohn attended the decoration at Beaver Dam today Charles Magan of Kansas City Mo is visiting his mother and will remain until the 1 of July Kindly TakeNotice that Elys Liquid Cream Balm is of great benefit to those sufferers from nasal cat tarrh who cannot inhale freely through thi nose but must treat them selves by spraying Liquid Cream Balm differs in form but not medicinally from the Cream Balm that has stood for years at the head of remedies for catarrh It may be used in any nasal atomizer The price including a spraying tube is 75 cts Sold by druggists and mail ed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York r f E ytr YrT N f STRANGE RACE Of Pygmies Who Are Fearess Hunters and lave no ReligionI lmuliin Cur lIt16I II haColonel Harrison who has jut re turned to London after a fcui months expedition to the Congo for tst gives some most interesting additional facts concerning the pygmy of the country six of whom he has brought back to Cairo Apart from the pygmies Colonel Harrison says there is no sign of hu man life in the forest Partly from superstition and largely owing to the pygmies he informed a Reuters representative the natives avoid and will not enter it Even the pygmies do not penetrate for more than about two days into its recess es and the white men do not go thereMessages were sent to the little people by means of a pygmy boy who spoke Swahili and who was with Colones Harrisons party an nouncing the approach of a man and explaining the object of the visit When once I had gained their confidence says the Colonel they were quiet friendly and eventually six of them four men and two wom envolenteered to come with me to England They freely conducted me to their little villages and at night time erected leafty struc tares in order which I slept They are of an extremely low order of intelligence and know absolutely nothing of what goes on around them They seem to have no relig f10USSupreme BeingtTheir average height is from 4 feet to 4 feet 3i and curiously enough as a rule the women are tal ler than the men The women have also better physical development The men seemed to me to be starved to deathThe villages were some distant from the clearings the tiny huts inaccessiIhIeof some dozen little leafed arbors seven feet in diameter and less than four feet high at the highest point In front of these burned a bright fire while within each of the dwellings crouched from eight to ten the pygmins They are great ar11- eelS and they will perform r hours at a stretch without fatigue Their movements are in perfect time and by no means are they ungraceful About 10i form up a line and dance around u couple of native drums These with the shrill whistles which they employ when out hunting appear to be their oily musical instruments On the list night in which they delftrmelo came out all the vome being hertl in the huts but on subutquent occa IltnliCormingA striking churaeteri +tie f the is their extraordinary itnct utterIilngand their only w alth is in spent The number of spears i termiris the number of wivev tit +a peope can afford Thny are practical iy j a Tie women only coat1ir a few leaves while the men attire consists l t f a scrap of HKin round tre waist Their whole Jji trna sings consist of a poisoned spear r lwo- und an old city cooking Jp t The womon carry their infants 1ul ucro their sides totemsl The pygmies are fear r andwill boldly attack ur iiai t I by rushing up J rtcrA juntiiig a poiieoned pear in the ht J ey are also very warlike jiitie people I and only a short wilt oive arrival in the itt 1111 hal 1h11 out attacked and j te1 a hVlgian caravan and kills 7 sorters There were no Waite nier v vh tni caravan sand the rot cld ited rhey eat like tuls even gnaw hK the bane fpry Whet un animal ieaGd they rr it up skin and ii hM U i the tha cooking put Life in the titt crtary in the extreme It it shwaviLht the sun never otl1tIL ugh the dense foliage Ryj f e months jf the year it i ur vr vuiri Ants Built Cowsheds One of the m i i stud L s of insect lfcis rshipbe lAtn ants ar it1 r aphids These plant lie s neydew YYr r from the juices which they take as food from plants The tints are very fond of this sweet substance and care for the ayhids in a manner that seems to us surprisingly intelligent sometimes carry them bodily a better feeding ground and drive certain of their enemies It is claimed that they even build sheds of mud in the crotches of shrubs and small trees On account of this insect relationship one tray truthfully called the ants farmers and aphids cows and these protecting mud cases cowsheds A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of Piles I can truthfully say writes Henry Colso of Masonville Ia that for Blind Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns and injuries 25c at Z Wayne Griffin S Bro druggist m MEXICAN TIGERS Driven by Hunger Enter House to Seize Their food Tigers driven from their moun tain lairs in the the territory of Tepic by the the scarcity of food are ravaging the haciendas of the valleys They are becoming such a general danger that the municipal authorities have offered u reward of 10 each for their skins For the past several months great numbers of the animals have swarm through the marshes of the low along the coasts and in the valleys of the territory of Tepic having been driving out of the states of Sinaloa and Sonoro by the floods and the extremdly cold weather The damage caused to the haciendados and the dangar incurred by the animals were such that many I of them offered rewards for the skins animals sometime agoI1The tigers have become so hold will enter the house on the plantations and help themselves to whatever comes in their path Several deaths are reported in differ ent parts of the territory In many sections of the state it is necessary have armed guards stationed at night to insure the safety of the other people in the settlements Live stock is suffering more than anything else With the slight pro visions that are necessary for the shelter of stock it leaves them inmost cases without any protection from the breasts Even the presence of numerous guards round a herdof cattle is oftentimes insuffi cleat to keep the tigers from getting away with an animal or two from the edge of the herd Hunting for the animals has been greatly stimulated by the offer of the Government and scores of hunters are scouring the country for the animal The number of the skins that have been turned in thus far is large and it is believed that it will not belong before the animals are driven back to the mountains IDO YOU GET UP WITH A LANE BACK KIdney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newer papers Is sure to know ef the wonderful I cures made by It Is the med Jjj cal triumph of the nine teenth century dis- coveredt after years l e 5 nent kidney and tad wenderfully successful In promptly curing 4tre bac kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst ram of kidney tr die ICimers Is ree cmrnencsd for everything but If you have kid ney liver er bladdtr roubie It will be found just the remedy ycu need II his been tested in so many ways In hospital work in private practice arnerg the helpless poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every cue that a special arrangement has been mad by which readers of this paper who have net already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a bck rnci rt and hoarto offer In this piper and tend your address to Dr YIlmerCoBinga- amton M Y The Dr SwampRoetl great ef tyDr IpDr SwampRoot not too all SwampRcot bla4iertroubleldhen regular fifty cent and Home of HMmpnoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but rem em bel the name SwampRoov Dr Klmer S + amp Rocb and the address Binghamton NY on every hoists PANAMA HATS Are Completely Gone and a Freak Variety Will Be Worn IS w wntk lIrnlI After a season of lingering struj gle the Panama hat passed One may be seen here and there hut it will mark the wearer as one either of extravagant taste or having no need to limit his expenditure fOl the only rarities on sale in the lug h class hat stores range in price from 0 up In the Bowery imitation Panama will be sold at about half price as compared with even a yen I t agoTo take the place of the Panam for the man who abhors a hard hat whether in straw or derbies bambo straws with telescope crowns be very popular this earat willII thereabout They are finely and have the advantage over the Pani amas in having no stiffening to b washed out by the first shower They are also to be had in the regular Panama shape but the latte will not be greatly in demand Another soft straw hat that id expected to be popular is the Macki naw so called though the hats are woven in Japan Young men wil prefer them in a rather extreme stple with crown and brim each of two and threequarter inches Then there is a novelty in the way ofstraw coachmens hats in blacl and white A very few of these were seen last year but they will not be uncommon this summer in the judgment of high grade hatters ForI automobilists there is a straw various colors which follows the line of the regulation cap of felt 01 leatherFor elderly mpn there is known as the Milan straw a fineh1 woven hat resembling the PanamaI in shape large but very But as was the case last year the hat that will be seen everywhere and that will be sold by the hundred to willibenarrowness of brim it is believed bj hatters that the limit has been reach ed It certainly has so far as appear ance go The tendency in this direc tion was stretched last year but has gone still further in the new style displayed for this season The rough sennit braie will be chiefly worn though the split straws it a slightly higher price will be generally in evidence Black hands will be most popular but dark blue and Oxford blue band will be seen farmore generally than a year I ago while the college youth will be lest conspicuous in flaring colored hand than he was a year agoiFor those whom the most extreme of Americamade hats are too mod erate there will be English straws Aih towering crowns and riots so narrow as to be hardily noticeable nit distance Sheriffs Sale liy virtue of Execution No 2215 directed to me which issued from the Clerks ollice of Ohio Circuit ourt in favor of C P Morris against L M Allen Inr one of my Jcputiei will on Monday the nth lay of Juno HWt between the hours f 1 oclock P 1amlJ oclock P xl at the Court House door in Hart rord Ohio county Ky expose to- Public Sale to the highest bidder the following property or so thereof as may be muchI iitisfy Plaintiffs debt interest i5t tlwit a tract of land being and lying in Ohio county nail hounded I an follows Beginning at a syca nore on trio bank of Green River E wall Finches beginning corner hence running up Green Paver with its meanders M6 poles to a sugar tree at the mouth of Turkey run hence up said run with its meanders N Ii W nO poles thence N SO WI 112 poles to a sycamore at the forks j if the run where the Hartfod road Tosses thence S i0 W x poles to 2 i mall beeches and gum thence same I ourse USA poles to a tooloak ant touts the oak gone Edition Finches I Vestwardly corner thence with his llille S 715 E 222 poles to the beginning I ontuinng about 17i aiivs more ores levied upon as the property of GM Allen TER olSSale will be made on a relit off months bond with approv cel security required bearing interest at the rate of Ii per cent per annum I from day of sale and having the I t force and effect of a tale bond Witness my hand this ICth day of Mny1905 CAI P KEOWN S 0 C By C4IKSTKU KEOWN D S 1 To Consumptives- The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means ufo tor suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is au xi jolts to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfullx send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will lint a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost then nothing and stay prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York82ry Spider a Hearty Eater The spider still and intent watched the fly that struggled vanily in its web Spiders are voracious enters said the naturalist If you hall acv cording to your size an appetite equal to a spiders do you know what you would eat daily No What For breakfast you wouldeat an ox For lunch you would eat four barrels of fish For dinner two bullocks eight sheep and four hogs would no more than fill you For supper in order to sleep well you woultlneetan ox and seven calves Salve That Penetrates IThe i Wicth Hazel Salve penL trates the pores of the skin and by its antiseptic rubifocient and heal ing influence it subdues inflammation and cures Boils Burns Cuts Ecxema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin dis ease A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles The original and genuine Witch Hazle Salve is Made by E C DeWitt S Co and Sold by Z Wayne Gaiflin SItrn the Ocean IUnder What areyou go that shovel Second Mermaid See if there is a man under my bed 0 Bilious Lill the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him ifyou shook him When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started waking Evry morn when day was breaking w lists this magic necromancer EARLY RISERS that the answer Z Wayne Griffin Brosin IC 0w ILN d l muslo co L U M B I A leur oud nrlvitlod uslctil rllllimt ttrtictlvo UI II unp1 VUnlxn 1pi inpq I0IIUIn IIIlo U1I IIIIIUInInln COLORADO RIVER Has Bridged Itself and Supplier Another Natural Won der Unless we can find some menu of breaking up the huge raft that stretches in a solidtnltw for 22 mile up and down the Colorado River in Texas the river will have to lint an outlet to the sea by joining its tremendous force with a smaller river 21 miles away and the Anlttcan continent will be provided with an other natural wonder sail Govern lent Engineer Sillespie at the Rote Breslin At present we are rekic tant to admit that we have found no means of breaking up the raft It was at first only a jam of logs that three or four men might break up in an hour But it has grown at tit rate of a stile or more each year until now it stretches across the river from bank to bank all the way front the mouth to Bay City 21 miles from the sea In some places it has become solid ground with vegetation and trees growing upon it Roads have been cut through over which teams cross from bank to hank as unconcernedly as though great river were not rolling swiftly underneath them fretting at its erfimposed barrier This monster raft has already become an object of interest to tour ists The water in the river is backed up so much by the bridge that much of the lowlands in Matagonla Bounty has been inundated and the safety of Bay City is threatened Thousands of acres of richproduc lag land have become barren The worst of it is that as this raft that rowers the river grows larger the tunnel through which it has to pass is becoming smaller Drift logs brought down by the spring freshets ire driven deep into the sides of the raft and into the soft mud of the river and form a frame for the acv cumulation of more mud Thus lammed the river is rising foot by foot and overflowing the country It is not improbable unless this dam can be broken that the whole face If the country in that part of Texas will be changed within 2f yeas The river is about one quarter of a mile wide and SO feet deep where the raft has formed It maintains hese proportions for many miltS ruin the coast It is subject to harp floods when the spring rains full and a rise of 25 feet in 24 hours is not uncommon As this raft has iroadened and stretched further up 11111 down the river it has thickened I O4 oumbia BEST MADE 750 to Disc 12 to 65 Tho reproduces all kinds of perfectly band orchestra violin vocal and Instrumontal solos quartettes otc It Is an source of amusomont riglnttl aspiring L P P+ 125Ct l xG I n I n InIrxn Inirn UI1ISIII rINIt III WII UIl III InII Ill nlnlun0n Gold M ilnlulnlIln1Illillnln hits shown that dynamite IIs nut powerful enough to break it up The freaky Colorado has chang ed its course Years ago it reached tile sea through Craney Creek Val Icy about 2 i miles front its present mouth It is the biggest river in i Texas being nearly TOO miles long with Austin the capital city of time State mod other town situated on its Curo 1 Digests all 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ax cutting the arils which seized sold held the boat olr the coasts of California and Alanka there is a deepsea ally of this animal a big spider like octo pus that haunts the deep banks IhlI1IIell+ Parralnnotf on rocky bottom and at times the fishermen haul in their lines tljinking that they have fouled I a stone or rockJso heavy is the weight but when the surface is reached longlivid arms shoot above the water seize till loot and the- o p men are forced to fight with knives l and hatchets the weird uncanny game that has a radial spread of M feet its eight mickerlimd arms being Hi fret in length and poseess IIJle1l1Ienment had a spread of about 21 feet snit gave the boatman hard battle to sever itq flying arms Nothing more diabolical can be conceived than this spiderlike giant of the flelJ1sea living among the rocks tiJO to 1000 foot below thu surface An individual of moderate size which I kept alive displayed the greatest pugnacity The moment I approached itI would laterally hurl itself at my arm winding its lung tentacles shout it in a manner suggestive ofI what a large individual might tlo indeed Dr A S Packard Professor of Zoology at Brown Univeritysays I An Indian woman at Victoria Van couver Island in 1S77 was seized and drowned by an octopus prob ahloC this species while batting on the shore Smaller specimens on coral reefs sometimes seize collectors or natives and fastening them with their relentless suckered arms tire old frighten to death the hap less victim Imagine a jetblack bat of fifteen or more feet across with a long slender tail the tins rising and fall ing like wings with a motion of the perfection of grace wings jetblack above pure white below Hashing alternately black and white as the I fishes turned and swung along standing out against the mauve tint of the bottom with wonderful dis tinctness They bore a remarkable 0 resemblance to bats and were the ti hats of the seaiAs the dinghy moved nearer I saw that rare spectacle a huge ray turn completely over throwing a someV sault as it swung around a picture of grace yet never losing its posi 4 tion presenting for a few seconds beautiful lines attend to perfecta grace I was fascinated by this singular performance characteristic of these giant fishes and might have remained inactive had not the dinghy reached a point when it was appar ent they must see us I permitted one Jwo three to go slowly whirl ting on then selecting one that was rj headed up the lagoon in the direc tion of the culdesac I hurled the quivering grainpole into the black shadow just as it was about to turn I heard the quick thud saw the pole leap from the socket heard the Indian plying his oar to head the l dinghy up the reef and then thet very bottom of the see seemed to rise I k into the air as the great hatlike creature rose bodily from a maelstrom of spray affording a vision of beating wings that deluged boat and occupants then it fell with a resounding crash the big waves 4 from the impact careening the dinghy from which tho rope was leaping like a coiled adder Newest Thing in Snakes llchinou l 111 TluiMlilnpstib A most remarkable and uncom 0 mon flying snake that was cap tured and killed at Berry Plain the home of Mr John S Dickinson I in this county a few days ago has IIInotile was first noticed flying about in isr vV4r i HOMAS A HDISOX the in velour In mapping out the problem of the future glees to tilt necessity i f fighting the bacteria which give tin itr diseases Next to the actual bacteria of ills tane the iiio iiitos told flies ate the moat dangerous enemies of man The with Its bite inject into om Yetis malaria yellow fever sue other fatal troubles The fiy with spongy feet cnllects the invisible germs of diseases upread them over out poison us with typhoid cholera andother plague of the human race Dr fierce the eminent physician of nub fali N Y says Ifends person con eider his system III nil army of men which he controls us a will see In Its proper provisioning and that it has plenty of ammunition In the drape of ret Mail he will be able to overcome the enemy in these germs of disease livery healthy than has five million red bloo to mite millimeter nl blood Tlnbrsttatlcfurincreshgthcred healtlrtilIeire Discovery This medicine has been on the market for over n third of a century and number its cures by the thousand Many popular patent medicines or tunics ate matte up largely of alcohol and with xhriiik the corpuscle of the blood and make them weaker for resistance What if needed Is nil alterative extract like Dr Tierces Cullen M dlcal Discovery made of touts Mid hrh without the use of alco hot that wilt assist tile Momncli in assimi lating or taking from the food each eli ment as lire required for the blood also an alterative that will assist the activity of the liver suit cause it to throw ofT the poisons in the blood When we have accomplished thus we have put the syrtem in a ortifi condition so strong that it can repel the germs of disease which we find every whenin the street cats the shops the factorie tit bedroom wherever many people congregate or where sunlight and good do not Accept substitute forGolien Medical Discovery Thcte is nothing as good fur diseases of the stomach blood and lung Neglected constipation mean headache heartburn sour ftonmch foul tate in the mouth biliatsucss pimpled and patpita of the heart Constipation is promptly cured bv Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets One for mild cases otherwise two the air with several feet of its hor rill snakeship dangling around pre senting the appearance may be of ordinary snake attached to a strange lookingblyd- As far as is known it never once descended lo the earth and crawler on the ground after the manner of snakes but it would occasionally aUght in trees and catch birds as best suited its appetite and fancy It was finally killed and measured proved to he five feet long and about one inch in diameter of body It had perfect wings of good size these were covered with feath ers Berry Plain where the cur ious thing made its unceremonious advent and met its untimely end Is one of the finest plantations and homesteads in King George and being situated on the hanks of the Rappahannock it is conjectured by some that the Hying snake may have come from an impenetrable marsh of the river or some neighboring creek But this theory is not accepted by many for as far as can be learned nothing bearing the slightest simi larity to this serpent or reptile or whatever it is was ever before seen or heard of anywhere in this section of the country Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh That Contain Mercury- as mercury will surely distroy the senfes of smell and completely derange the whole system when enter it through the mucuous surface Such articles should never 0 be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Cataarh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the mucous surface of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio F J Cheney Co Testimonals freeSold by Druggists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m to Obliging The trampYer neednt be afraid give me a quarter boss The Millionaire Neednt be afraidThe TrampNo I wont say its tainted money Furious FightingI For seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash I had a bitter battle with chronic stomach and liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases by the use of Electric Bitters I unhesitatingly recommend them to all and dont intend in the future to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful medicine all have cured such a bad case as Sold under guarantee to the same for for you by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist m REMARKABLE STORY Or the Capture of Cockscomb 11111 By tbe Japanese liiniluii Ilinni We have received the following translation of an account written b a Japanese engineer ofiiccr of the breaching of the defenses of North Keekwanshan Cockscomb Hill Fort It was thus the capture was announced by the Official Gazette of North Fort of Cockscomb Hill which was the beginning of the series of destruction and captures of impor tant strongholds of the Russians al Port Arthur On the 27thof Octo her in the thirtyseventh year of Meiji part of the walls of North Cockscomb Hill Fort was blown up by our working partyand the infantry assaulted successfully and occu pied the fort securely by the JSlh On that day at about 12 0 p m the working party in the right wing of the mine gallery came across an opening about 10 centimeters by 10 centimeters from which issued a strong smell of coaltar The discovery was made 32 meters from the entrance of the gallery leading in from parallelAfter we conclude that we had fallen in with the enemys countermining tunnel We found it necessary to locate and if possible remove the explosive ma terial set for our destruction This work was intrusted to a party of six men volunteers from the Imperial Engineer Battalion on the spot Sergeant Katsugi Mitani Corporal Tamejiro Takahashi First Class Pri vates Tomoichi Hori Kjdzo Furu sawa Toshilo Kawabata and Second Class Private Asataro Malsushila They understood the desperate nature of the enterprise full welland wishing to die decently as the gentleman soldiers of Japan should they dressed in their best and wentto heir certain death At 130 oclock exactlythe sound of a violent explo sion rent the air and the comrades anxiously waiting at the moulhof the gallery were assailed by pebbles shingles and debris Mitani Taka hashi and Furusawa were pulled out of the crater by means of the ropes which were tied to their ankles for this purpose all severely wounded while the rest sacrificed their lives at the altar of patriotism and duty The Russians took not the slight est notice of it perhaps they im agined that to be an impact of a Japanese shell We again inserted a large quantity of guncotton un der the wall and exploded it This made a hole but not sufficiently large for our assaulting party to enterSo the persistent engineers determined upon the third attempt They shot down several of the Rus sians who looked wonderingly out of the rent The third time the explo sion of the guncotton tore a hole in the solid masonry of concrete about one meter in height and one andone half meters wide Through this 12 grenades were thrown in and under the cover of the smoke and confus ion a party of infantry numbering not more than half of a company filed in and occupied the part of the underground chamber the other part still remained in the possession of the enemy The Japanese and Russian combatants were separated only by the thin khakicolored wall of sandbags between We slowly and steadily advanced inch by inch I each soldier pushing in front of him- a a bag otf1n or a paraffin tin filled with shingle The sounds of bullets striking these paraffin tins was weird I in the extreme The Russians sought protection under the cover i of steel plate partitions striving stubbornly and yet in vain to stem the tide of the Japanese advance The steel plates we exploded the sandbags we simply pushed aside Thus within 24 hours after the breach the whole of North Cocks comb Hill Fort was firmly and ef fectively occupied by the Japanese CONTINUEThose I and strength by regular treat ment with Scotts EmulsionIshould continue the In hot weatherands little cool milk treatmentIdo away with any prodbucts pitSCOTT VorkI GIGANTIC FROGS Invade Japan Every Twenty Years and are Highly Prized C Vackenreuter of Chicago has just returned from a trip to Japtr and Honolula tend spoke of some of his experiences at the Hotel Pflster I was fortunatee in arriving in Japan in one of the frog years1 he said There is a certain variety of frog which comes in the swamps ard marshes of Japan every 20 yearsj overruinnnj them and keeping up a croaking that is must annoying Their visits correspond to those of the dreaded cicade or seventeen year locust about with the scientists of America have been puzzling j for years Unlike the locusts how- everj the frogs do no damage and JapIfood Unlike the French and American I the Japs do not eat the hind legs alone but cook up the whole body into a delicate dish which is palatableThe grow to an enormous size many of them attaining II weight of several pounds Where they come from and where they dis appear to is what the Japanese nat butIIare taned and dressed and are fully as handsome as the snakeskins for which pocketbooks and shopping bags are made in this country All sorts of handsome things are made of the skins and sold to tourists I purchased a num her of the skins Mr Wackenreuter presented Clerk Washburn of the Pfiaster with a cigar case made from the frog skins land also gave several of the skins to friends in Milwaukee Torture of a Preacher The story of the torture of Rev 0 D Moore pastor of the Baptist church or Harpersville N Y will interest you He says I suffered agonies because of a pursuent cough resulting from the grip I had to sleep sitting up in bed I tried many remedines without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely cured my coughand saved me from consumption A great cured for diseased conditions of Throat and Lnngs At Z Wayne Griffin Bross druggists price 50c and 103 guaranteed Trial Bottle free m Is Marriage a Disease tllnpere lwkly Sometimes it seems as though tie anti divorce enthusiasts were not as scientific in their methods as they should be The great abounding cause of divorce is of course mar riage and marriage therefore is the thing to investigate First then is marriage a germ disease We have considered this question a long time getting no further with it but the scientific investigators will be able to tell us And if it is a germ disease they can catch the germ and the germ once caught they can get cultures and compose antitoxins which will strip this common and serious com plaint of most of its terrors And of course once we get marriage un der control we shall be in a positiou to regulate divorce with a precision absolutely scientific if there is any divocer left to regulate In Mad Chase Millions rush in mad chase after health from one extreme of faddism to another when if they would eat good food and keep their bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would all pass away Prompt relief anti quick cure for liver and stomach trouble 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store guaranteed m Prepared What do you mean by going to bed with your clothes onV Why I dreamed I went to arc ception the other night and if it happened again I want to be promptly dressed 0 CASTORIAFor The KlndfYou Have Always Bought Bears the d61gnatureoC cjsfb1F- AYcgctablePreparahonferAs A J IhcFoodandnc ura r liiiglueStousslBandBoweisof i Promotes Digc3lonClicerfur ness and 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too handy in I of strikes IThe it ever occurred to you that man who will follow the moral of President Roosevelt will 1makQ a good citizen a good husband I Sanla good father ktTilE Nebraska boy who shot cdI and hit a town loafer was I Ii that alllOotlrtgthe town loafer was of small I consequenceaTHERE are still goodmany peo pie who have an idea that Mr Rockefeller closely resembles a fun 1 f nelshaped cloud that comes up from5e I the Southwest at the close of a sul t try aftenlOonGTHAT giddy gay young groom o tij who disappointed his sweetheart r of 96 by running away from the wedding will probably turn up at Oxfordas chief officio at the recep tion on the arrival of Dr Osier AN exchange pauses to ask Is r there any reason why the mens straw hats have a much narrower Indeedito by T make the possessor of a last years I hat look as silly as possible i f LAST Thursday night the power was turned on at the electric light 1 plant and in due time the f connecting the current with th wires all over town was closed and i fifty or more lights instantly flashed into dazzling brilliancy and our lit j tie city has since presented an apt all pearance much in likeness to ou- I larger sisters Mn J F DE JAUNETTE editor of j the Hawesville Plaindealer in anr I nouncing the nuithl of Lieutenant i Hobson says Pichtml Pearson S4 Hobson of Santiago fame was mar ried to Miss Grizelda Houston in New York May 25 He has one now that he can kiss and call his own The last sentence is perhaps true in toto but in view of the Lieutenants miscellaneous osculatory perfor mances it is in part significant to say the least of it SINCE our brief suggestion that ti contract for building the three iron bridges recenly ordered by the Fiscal Court be let at public out cry to the lowest responsible bidder we have had quite a good deal of inquiry con cerning the mode of letting the contract for the construction of Uridlg recently constructed and the cost of same We have made some inquiry and searched the records to some extent but have not yet been able to satisfy our own mind about the matter hence of course we cannot inform the public just yet but hope to be able to soon If any reader can give us this little bit of information we would be very much pleased to have them do so TilE Democratic committee was called to meet here Monday but only three out of town members were present The utter hopelessness of the struggle is perfectly ap parent to the rank and file of the party and this accounts for the absence of almost the entire committee After a consultation with hitnsel- Judge Miller unanimously agree to open campaign headquarters at someplace with somebody on the lidat some future time The Judge the made a short talk to himself in whic he patted his inordinate vanity on the head and assured himself that he is It with a capital I The judge then adjorned The thre committeeman then homeward plo their wearY way and left the vier to darkness and the Judge Funny business wasnt it rTm recent anal of the Japanese forces over that of the Russians presents quite an interest ing phase indeed to Russia it per analarmine C peace now seems probable Russia will b porteon can e feted during the winter season of th year Vladivostok would have to be handed over to the Japs and Rus sia would be left without an outle- on the Pacific Russia has planne- and schemed for many years for a opening on the Pacific free from ice bergs and began the war in the hope that she would be enabled to retain Port Arthuran outlet which is acces sable during the entire yearbut this has long since passed from her and ifshe should be compelled to yiel Vladivostok she tsduld be left in a hopeless condition so far ashergtea desire and important necessity a eastern outlet is concerned It is a 1great stake that Russia is playing for and defeat at last means total loss of an opening on the Pacific an immeasurable loss j SMALLHOUS June lQull a large crowd was Equality last Sunday The occa HIwhich sermon was preached by Rev G H Lawrence T R Barnard V B Morton Sr and slaughters Eva and Ethel and Vig of Livermore were in our niidst Sunday Mr and Mrs Oppie Kittinger Ky were the guests off Mr and Mrs P BTaylorSunduy- dlr Baker and Miss Jessie Nourse Spring Medicine There is no other season when good medlclno ii so much needed as In the Spring Tho blood is Impure weak and Impoverished a condition Indicated pimples and other eruptions on tho taco and body by deficient vitality loss of appetite lack of strength anti want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla PillscMake tho blood vigorous and rich createappetite givo vitality strength and animation and euro eruptions Ilavo tJo whole family todayrHoods Sareaparllla has been used In our family for some time and always with Rood results Last spring I was all rundown and got a bottle of It and as usual received great benefit Miss BECLAH BOTCE Stewe Vt IIHoods Sarsaparilla promises to keeps tho promise h Ayers4 You can hardly find a home without its Ayers Cherry whathe Pectoral Cherry i up a cold in a single night i eswards off bronchitis prevents pneumonia Physicians ad vise pnrenls to keep iton hand MTh heat roach mwtlriro mnner tau oat chllJieuathlurrcnntiyuFTI rhtierot Juar 6dCLL brtOIA h14I2VaMrlm S r ATrrtrn IHI Ml nselesiafor I Throat Lungs f i rarsvaz rasase +art Aycrs Pills old tho Cherry Pectoral In breaking up a cold Central City were the guests of Miss Maggie Hunter Sunday Harve Bennett and wife and Jsis Bennett and wife Matanzas were the guests of Seth Hunter and wife Sunday James Hendrix and wife Echols Mr Barnes and wife Centertown Rockf1 Carrollton were the guests of M P Maddox and family Sunday Herbert Ball and Art ille Ball and Villiumshand son Clois Centertown were the guests of Will Ball and family Sunday eMrs Annie Wood and daughters theddayS J Hawkins and daughter Miss Katie Hartford were the guests of Mrs 7ach Reid Sunday and Mrs Robt Hunter Sunday night and Mrs James Drake Monday Mrs 11 P Maddox is the guest of her daughter Mrs J C Hill near South Carrollton Pressewas cem story last Saturday May 27 CO returnedebeen visiting relatives After a long illness of consump hisnone mourn his loss besides jl host of rela ties and friends He was a mem bet of the 11 E church at Equality and a devoted Christian having had his faith renewed during his last ill Iness Rev E D Boggess conduct the funeral service the day fol I artsnson land only a few short months OAIRTORIAIBean theitsKind Yoa Hati Alnars Bond Slgaatanec t Notice A Colt Show for Montochristos get of 1904 and foaled in 1905 will be held at Centertown the first Saturday in August Best colt 1000 second best 500 cash 15t2 F M ALLEN International Hpwortli League Con vention Denver Colo IFortickets will be sold from Beaver Dam to Denver Col and return for2925 Tickets on sale June 29th to July 3rd return limit July 14th with priviledge of extension of limit to Aug 8th 1905 by depositing with validating agent July 5th tol 4th and payment of fee of 50 cents SB Van Meter Agt FOR SALE 25000 Very Fine Straw berry Plants Three Seasons Early Medium and Late Six varieties to select from Finest plants ever grown in this county They grew berries this year nearly as large as a hen egg June is a good time to set a bed and oOOO will set an acre 500 plants set this year will make more berries than one family can use next year Get better ever year Price of these plants now for June setting 700 for 1000 100 for 500 250 for 250 150 for 100 Call on or address E BARREL 4Gt2 Rockport Ky i T crf1 ttJ ttrtttttte+tllt tr tWrntt + r rJf1f + 1tt ry + ttt Women Misses and Qiifdresis Oxfords dry 33rr1This Benson is billed fur the greatest Lute Cut runt Oxlin tSJIISUII ovoi Iwuw ntC to iiwimrneUiws and ivtiiilurs anticipating an unusual dtniand for Slippers and Litt Cuts We plueod bi ordors early but ywing to the increased demumls upon 4the factories who imiko our Slippers lot iverie naive betii dulayod hut now iC wo are pleased to aiinouniu that wo win shuts u full anti complete line of all tho new dependable styles Wuhav shunt in all tho curtest shades Hand turned 4 or hand weltud Shots in bacl Hurl chocolate Viei Hussia alfand Patent Leather till llilitur and Iresich heels Workmanship lit and service tau putled 1OII1illtabltl widts toed Slippers till constant vital per pair 101 S Iuud SI rStilish Lptothe Minute Oxfords in Kid Patent Leather and Tans price per pair Sl2r 150 SLOI and 2oO Misses and Childrens Slippers per M l +50c Toe 1008125 and jI50 Mens iliad and Tan Low Cuts per pair 150 l2 V 200 250 0 and 550 Hoys Tan Low Cuts price per pair 175 awl 200 1 RemolnborZT You can pay more money lor Slices hut you snort hair better looking more i tff stylish or better wearing Shoes than ours j2 E tEl PIBARNES BROiBeaver darn Icy4 n a ITHE TIE THAT BINDS = Jfe Your Life with Your Practical Every X Day Way of Living a- IIs the knowledge that you hold the of our 4Iaour as we toeach andeveryone a most cordial invitation t3 visit us inspect our goods compare our prices with our aand let us show how 4lowlargest stocks of Dress Goods Notions Clothing Shoes Hosiery Drugs Carpets and Matting ever offered One visit will suffice to show you the wisdom of our words and wo assure you before hand 4 tan agreeable surprise at the amount of goods you can buy from us with a little money We are one price to all first come first served and all receiving the same courteous attention We have est li dished n reasonable living price on out koodsandthe incite you one and all to come and be convinced afor seeing is believing and remember each for 4youDress Goods and Nations aWe have spared no expense to bring our departments up to a standard where they could pass an I 4 lit mostfastidious N complete so make us a visit and let us save you money to Clothing and Shoes 1 First impressions are the most lasting so why not let us fit you in one of our Suits and let it be a rfavorable one We can show you the cheapest the best and the most desirable patterns in Clothes xBlacksfor men youths and children a visit to our Clothing and Shoe Departments will prove to you that weAtcarry the latest patterns with price to suit all DrUgsfJIOur Drugs are new and fresh complete a thirty 30 years experience Each and every prescription is carefully compounded with no substi fJI 4toGroceries j enlarger4- Othor Lines Eto IIIn Hosiery Carpets Lace Curtains Umbrellas and Parasols you will find we ore abreast with the xtimes and demands and your attention is called to the fact that our prices are always the best our goods the latest and newest und consequently your satisfaction will be the greutqr by trading with fJIus To our friends and patrons a continuance of your patronage is solicited and to those who have F not visited our store we most corlllally invite you to make n VISIt forte feel sure that we car interest you in both prices and goodsfJIourt tcx Tr 1cle f Y The Brown Mercantile Co IJMcHe11ry Y entuol y- 4444444441M4 t I P OO SOOOO S I They Are at Fairs 1 85 We moan those light cool airy goods that will 5 soon dumaml the attention of overtchilli lady und gentktnan Anticipating the jump from cool to hot Q Y 5 wunthur wu prepared weeks ago to accommodate our j patrons hy giving the lightest coolest Fabrics tho V market allbrds ft J Wash Goods p C We are showing tho completed lino of Wash V roods Organdies White Goods 1ersian Lawns ft Mulls Swisses Etc that wo havo over ollered to tho intuumev They mugs in price from fie to 2w per yard Beuu V tiful assortment of Lasts and Lace all ov0rs to go J j with them not our prices Samples sent on request ft uuu Furnishing Goods You will find a vast assortment of tnderwear lug i Ladies and Gentleman the newest ideas in Sill and I Wash Holts for Ladies tho prettiest things in llo sien all tho latest in Ladies Neckwoar the prettiest hauls in Hartford tho biggest ribbon stock all C shades and prices All these besides many more S thinks in furnishing goods are found right in stock ft onus let us shuts you through ik U Fairs Millinery ik DCeidt dry the prettiest and cheapest in Hertford A Now arrivals every week Now that the season is ft considerably advanced wo are going to make some ft prices that should interest every lady in our com Q inanity Come let us show you the goods auld make I C you thu prices then wo are sure the trado will bo r 1 mailo To much stock auld too little spaco to quote you Q I prices on all our summer Merchandise We solicits I your patronage und ask you to come early auld in spect our line Bring us your Wool Eggs Feathers 7 Ginseng Etc Highest prices paid ATC i j S The Bargain tv a I UenterV I I I I 7VVV- r IJ 0 Hanford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 2 = = = =7= = I Illinois Central RailroadTime Table N rlli had Noli III Bound NoIltdnMoIII NoladnllM No i Ktlni l2Mii n No 101 ilniSM p Iii No 108 rtn S3T pm No 181 dn 0411tID MOTIVE Till KliriWMCAN wtll print Tree til rtinrce Memory Niiic k Obltnnrlrn Bmululiaim elf ltr iwi Klrtollio xlenl 01 ISO word Allover I flint nninant ve chnnc for HI the I tithe of to per word CHIII In ntlvHtieft Articles In rsrre ol fifty won will beret down 10 regrind limit animal it 11elrYSee Fairs new DeltsIFor Ribbons and dainty Laces at FairsIEsq J A Park is the guest of his family heret w f All kinds of Cool Drinks atGrifhns Drug Store43t3New Carpets and Mattings at Fairs See them Save money by buying at Fairs oc and lOc Basement All kinds of sewing machine Sup plies at City Restaurant Mr P W Creager Cecilia was a pleasant caller last Saturday h f Hot Fish Corn Bread and Coffee at City Restaurant So goodI U FjShapmireEverything good to eat at City ResI taurAnt Most uptodate Hartford I n Mr Irad HipsleyBedaoflled to see us Friday My My that good Fish at City Restaurant My my what nice Vegetable Soup at City Restaurant Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky 42112 See the fine line of Cakes and Crack ers at City Restaurant Miss Ethel Bennett Beda was pleasant caller Tuesday- See Miss Lida Morton for Millinery Goods CARSON Co B F Adkins McHenry was a pleasant caller last Friday American Lady and R G Corsets at Fairs None better made IBring your Hams Wool Eggs ens and Feathers to Carson Co Amos Carson Louisville is the guest of his father Mr J L Carson here Dont forget those nice Steak and Fish Meals at City Restaurant next Monday Miss Alba Everly visited Mrs C E Smith last week and attended the Street Fair IGet your Meals and Lunches when in Hartford at City Restau rant Everything good to eat Dr Nestor Barnett and little daughter Miss Octavia Caneyville were the guest of relatives in and near Hartford last week- jThe management of the Ohio Fair have announced Octo ber t 56 and 7 as the time at which the Fair will be held this year J h u Try those Sweet and Sour Pickles at City Restaurant So nice Fairs can please you in their Wash Goofs stock Get their prices For elegance and good wear yo should buy your slippers at Fairs tMisi Nancy Baird Owensboro is friends and relatives at this place and Beda Call nt Fairs for Floor Oil Cloth a Window Shades Curtain Poles Scrims and Lace Curtains We always pay the highest market price for Hams Eggs Chickens Feathers and Wool CAKSON Co 4Leave your laundry at Cleve Iler grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry ICtf- WANTKD Position as Stenograph er or Bookkeeper Good references if wanted Address Box 514 Owens boro Ky Mr McDowell Fair and children Render were the guest of relatives and friends here last Saturday and Sunday A C Taylors new Bug gies are new They are also the latest styles Dr J R Pirtle and family left Wednesday to visit relatives and friends at Shawneetown IllanBandana Ky 75000 plants on hand at present Eggs 50 to 100 per Setting E M MILLER McHenry Ky Master John P Taylor who has been attending the Boys Military Training School at Louisville for the past ten months has returned for vacationI Mowers iy rakes Cultivators Plows Disc Hr rows and Drills now going at cost D L D SANDERFUR 4513 Beaver Dam Ky rmo1eIJames Cooper and Miss Erma Tich cnor Centertown visited Miss Emma E Park City Saturday night Sheriff Cal P Keown returnerf- rom Eddyville the first of the wee where he had been to convey prison ers sentenced at the Ma term o FrlIa PrQf T Wade Stratton of the North Hartford neighborhood has accepted a position with the Inter State Business University at Mer win Mo He will assume his duties about September first WANTED Ten reliable NurseryStock weekly Address CloverportKy Mr T H Black haspurchasedthfe residence of M S Ragland cornerj of Clay and Frederiea treets n sideration 1400 MrRagland will remain in possession cf same until January 1906 n S9 Kendall Beaver Dam was tried for lunacy in County Cou anaHis phySical condition is such tha he has not yet been able to go bu will be tdken as soon riB he is suffi ciently improved The Decoration or memorial service Tielflat Beaver Dam Tuesday was largely attended A beautiful program was rendered and a sum tuous dimmer was served After noon Major A T Wood of Louis- VIlle delivered quite an interesting address All who have reported say they spent a 1110st enjoyable day The Hartford Commercial Club is called to rneetttt the courthouse in Hartford on Friday night June 2 1905 at 730 oclock for the purpose of electing officers and to attend to some important matters All business men please take notice and at tend By order of President E W Foul J F CARSON Secy WANTED BY CHICAGO MANUFAC TURING HOUSE person of trust worthiness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistantin branch office Salary 18 paid week fnvestImei1t essenIiBranches 323 Dearborn St Chicago I McCalls Patterns at Fairsall the new June styles lOc and 15c none higher I Mr Oran Wallace was the guest Barnettu I left Sunday for Nashville Tenn where he has accepted a position in the Cumberland Telephone Cos shops Our townsman Mr R T Her re ports to us that hisdaughter in law Mrs W P Her of Hockport has dur ing the nine years she has been keeping house made and sold 1300 worth of milk and butter from hers family cowIClarence Fields was seriously in injuriqd last Friday morning at Iberta La while attempting to board a train on the Southern Pacific R R His left foot was caught between a wheel and the rail and mashed so badly that it was necessa ry to amputate it just below the ankle bone He was at once taken to the railroad hospital at Franklin La and at last accounts was getting along well His father Hemy- Fields left Friday for Franklin haying been summoned by telgraph Lyman Williams is seriously ill of appendicitis at the home of his father Mr G B Williams here He arrive ed from Louisville Saturday where f he has for the past several months I held u position with theThird National t Bank and was appearantly in the best of health He was taken with i a sever attackof this dreadful disease Tuesday and suffered intensely until Wednesday afternonn when it was seen by attending physicians that an operation was the only hope ofsaving his life and at about 330 oclock it was performed by Drs E W Ford I and J W Taylor They found that the appendix had already ruptured which caused very serious complica tions He rallied quickly from the effects of the opiates but his condi tion is yet critical License to Wed The follwing permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report William M Cullertson Select age 19 years to Katie Nimmo Baizetown Memphisk yearsfto Mary A dark Rosine age 68 years Netter Zigier Jingo age 17 years to Nellie Spinks Horton age 16 years John Martin Olaton age 49 years to Fannie Burden Olaton age 26 years R p Ralph Ralph age 30 year toMalissieTaylor Ralph age 23 years P F Daugherty Flint Springs age 20 years to Rea Hines Rosine age 20 years R L Carter Centertown age 34 years to Meda Jones Centertown age 16 years P Will Gray Taffy age 23 years to Ret Westerfield Adaburg age 24 years F P Baker Echola age 29 years to Rozlie Moore Echols age 19 Sears J 0 AlbinBaizetown age 22 years to Miss Annie Cook Arnold age 17 years A E Chapman Mc Henry age 29 years to Miss Mande E Render McHenry alt 22 years Claude Wakdand McHenry age 16 years to Maude TurnerMcHenryage Dundeedage years C D Balls Rockport age 21 aJtct24 years toOra Ashby Rockportage 26 years HERBERT May 30 Amos Skillman and wife topFordsville Saturday to sister Mrs Alice Chambliss Andrew Miller of Owens boregigsboro visited relatives here last weekMrs Beatrice Givens and Joe Ben nett spent Wednesday with friends at Weber Mrs Willie Stewart is ill of threat ening Paralysis Misses Maybclle Miller and Mattye Barnett are spending this week with relatives at Reynolds Jonathan Hoover and wife visited relatives at Weber Sunday G P Miller and wife visited at James Millers Sunday John Loyd of Etna visited his daughter Mrs Lou Ford Satur day Miss Maggie Chambers who has been teaching school at Chambers Fridayj of Philpot is Mesdames Eliar Lyons and Wm of t o ca J us a a W u r t t l44 iIs During Salesnot the only tune you can get real values hero for we always havo very low prices ana good goods t JEencb ttatlorefc J We are Giving Special Reduced Prices on Clothing If you havo not purchased your Clothing give us a call Shoes Shoes Wo have Shoes to suit any body in fit price quality and style We have just receiveda fresh stock of Low Cut Shoes for Men in Patent Leathers Tans and Vicis Wluive a line of Shoes and Slippers for Yom en and Children We can give a nice Ladies Slipper 110 and up Latest Stylo Mats for Men can be hal funi el up r We express our rtilUvy to all who laws given us then kind patroiagu during our Street Fair Sale and wo express our regre that wo were unable to all who attended this sale This sale is over our rot who did not have the opportunity to come to this sale can still get great bargains in everything SAM BACH H o I I I I I I I 1 h t 1111 rrnn tt uttimttfmmt i opportunitya tingAt Your Door it C I Dont letjt slip by unimproved A splendid Ii Chance to furnish our home with the newest und O i best line ofthurniture at u big saving in price is now 4V offered When in need of Furniture of any descripil 4j tion come direct to A CL Taylor the Furniture inan eihe can fit you out bth 4i A beautiful line of Buggies Surries Traps Drive b JMVagonsand always in stock All goods 4 newest and latest designs All firstclass Its jt1 to our interest to visit n store MotS1A C TAYLORbig Ky4c fc Stewart returned from Chambers Fri day after a short visit to relatives I Farmers are busy planting corn I and setting tobacco i Ollie and Earnest Voyles went to Owensboro Tuesday with tobacco Ira Crowe and wife were the guests of relatives at Pellville Sunday Miss Emma Miller who was ill is reported better I Safe They say a destructive insect is getting into the grape this year 1 Well its all right as long as it doesnt get into the bottled goods t To n Clotbcs I dressy it01i HHt1HO Harness I ESTRAY One pale red heifer with short crumply horns heavy built un marked now about 3 years old Has been gone from my farm near 190tAliberal leadingLtp ACTONf7Af3ZORX4Lafheirs letitsKind You Nor si 81gtelne f y 01 Try a te r HOLIDAYS ON SATURDAYS All our public holidays should be celebrated on Saturdays The fol lowing day being Sunday the week ly public holiday of rest religion and recreation makes the preceding it the more useful end able and does not break illtoI the following business week as Monday holidays do to the disadvantage of labor and business alike On this plan we would have our holidays as follows Celebration of New Year firstI Saturday in January McKinley last Saturday in January j Lincoln second Saturday in February Washington last Saturday in jebrllarc Mimoriiil day lust Saturday in May Independence first Saturday in July Presidents second Saturday in August labor tiny first Saturday in September election tiny first Saturday in November Thanksgiving last Saturday in November Christ mas last Saturday in December This plan would be a boon to la bor manufacturing and business in terests and T believe a great systematic advantage to nil II W Foote in New York rinllsCOne Phase of French CharacterI Money is earned with such diffi culty by the Parisian working people and existence is such n struggle that they clutch at their sous with deadly tenacity When sore years ago the Opera Con qne blazed amid a scene awful as that of a battlefield the women attendants thought of their tips the halt franc due here and there for a footstool Unmindful of their own peril and that of others they rushed to and fro besieging I half suffocated half demented creatures for their money A similar scene happened during the terrible catastrophe on the Paris un derground railway Although the delay of a few seconds might mean life or death many workmen refused to move from the crowded stationI clamoring for the return of the for feited ticketaThe Fighting In Tibet Most of the serious encounters were like mediaeval street fighting and took place in narrow passages u and chambers of old Jongs and monasteries The expedition surely af forded the two strangest tykes oCu engagement in modern times theI taking of the Gyungtse monasteryt when bands of trapdoorsand our troops fought in a perfect 1nndwhen the Ghoorkas feats of rock climbing which would have done credit to any Alpine club andt had a scrimmage in a cave at an altitude of 10000 feet London SpectatortJames H Hydes Language Fad Tulles II Hyde of the Equitable Life Assurance society goes to greater lengths than is generally known in his effort to spread the French longhnsconversation between himself und his intimates but he carries his fad into the wider circle of his business Not only does he address his private secretaries of whom he has two in French but even where his corre speakhnglishin French and it is necessary for the secretary to translate them before he can transcribe and forward themr to those to whom they are addressed New York Press The Moons Craters From recent photographs the cra ters std craterlets of the moon are estimated to number more than SCO 000 but less than 1000000 White in IIbrighthundreds of miles are thought hrcProfessor Pickering to be due to snow and the less conspicuous lunar canals which in g Irlldual1uPlcllrcrease and fa IIthoritmosphere of carbonic acid and water vapor may feed the plantstWisconsin Wolf Story By dropping matches anti igniting the hair on the back of one of a peck of six timber wolves that had treed him Mans Peterson a farmer resid Valleyleisaway and escaped lie was nearly frozen The wolves were the n onus seen in this vicinity for several years Lacrosse Cor Milwaukee Sentinel School For DuelinglA school for tablished in Paris under the manage pupilsdressedwearing masks stand up at thirty pares apart and fire at catch other with dueling piitols lotniru with wrx poles coati d with felt The x wx+ r t f n object of the school is to accustom men to the preparations for a duel nU A CHEFS EASY JOB King Edwards cook M Mcnager is a native of the south of France lie is about forty years of ago and draws n salary of liOO a year M Mcnager hits nothing to do with thc royal breakfast lie arrives at the palace at 11 oclock in the morning when one of the officials hands him Uie menu for the da Ile then orders what ilIllllej and superintends the cooking of the luncheon i after which he is free until ti in the ovening At that hour he begins to unIlikehulled only by women in the kitch en When the dinner is served M Monager makes up his recounts for the day and then returns to his home London Globe The Great Auks Eggs The record priors for an empty eggshell was ilMO and 15 shillings paid Juno JO WOO for the egg of the great auk of which the last known living example was destroyed in 1844 There ant ulxiut eighty grew auks eggs known and these cons mand fancy prices In the thirties an egg might be bought for 2 francs but in 18t2 a single egg sold for 110 rite price still went up In ISM one was sold for 171 guineas and in 18 5 another for Hii while in 1SI a specimen r lllizcli 800 guineas j The length of the egg sold in 1900- s five and a quarter inches and its greatest width is a little over three inches Museum of Peace and Wart strange museum has been found cd at Lucerne It is entitled the Museum of Peace and War and is intended as a complete history of war from the earliest times The tare warlike arms ofall ges und nations hook prints rep resenting the horrors of war in their most realistic aspect end everything that can throw a candid light upon grim subject Tho founder of the museum is M Jean de HlmhII wealthy Pole who is philanthropic perhaps u little eccentric and he chosen Lucerne for the site us cing the place most likely to at ract the largest number of cosmo politan visitors The Locomotive as a Coal EatcrITime total coal prodiiotion United States is now at the 1000000 tons per day and the con sumption of coal by railroads is to 40 per cent of this or 1U0I tons per day The fuel IillHf a j railroad contributes about 10 JKT operaItion fives A locomotive will consume on an average 5000 worthof cool per annum and for a rood having an equipment of 1000 locomotives the coal bill is approximately 5 000000 Railway Age Ice Globes In Lake Michigan j Along the waters edge for miles on the north shore are countless TheyhaveI after freezing weather set in The pieces of ice were rolled so continuously by the waves that they became almost perfect spheres They t enormous pebbles some ofI more then two feet in diame ice To hundreds of students the ice balls late served to show tho manner in which pebbles arc formed by the action of water Chicago News John Morley on GolfIMr John Morley addressed n of his constituents in Mont ose the other night andat the a heckler rose and said- I wish to ask the right honorable questionThe whyhewas equal to the occasion Golf he exclaimed Oh I dont Im old enough to begin that yet IDundee Peoples Friend More Folks For North Carolina There is need in North Carolina- of more folks This state has a population of only thirtynine jieople to the square mile ami the average value of its land is onlyn 7 an acre Ohio has population of 102 to the square mile and the average value of its land is 434 an acre Indiana has a population of seventy to the square and the average value of its is over 30 an acre Charlotte Sews and Observer The Other Way Round The inventor ofa Chicago machine for making dimples heaven incidentallythat awwwwtcwawwatsaor r- i Causes dimples We dont know about that but keen observers will I 10 ready to agree that dimples deft ly manipulfucd frequently mak strong men weak Boston 1 1CONDENSED STORIES I Strange Meeting of Two Former Gov of South Carolina IOtnorsxoernor Hugh S Thompson of South Carolina who died u few days ago was food of telling an in ideal in which he figuredas illus trative of tin tips and downs of poli tics awl life says the New Yor Tinas A few years ago he was asked by ad anideaShortly before the tinge fur hi i iOVUINOl 1X1 YOU IIKMKSIIIIII JlHf speech arrived the head waiter up proiiched him saying Governor is there anything 1 can get you A small answered till lli tiiurtiislied sluakerIProffering a lax and receiving a coin for the service the waiter said lovcrnor do you rriiimKT me Xoleplilll Mr Tli iiiiion looking al the negro kClnl Like yourself suitthe wuilir simply Isin tin exgovernor f South Carolina And then Governor Thompson recalled Kichard L Cleaves pros isioll- al governor of the state IMerit Elsewhere Frederick Law Olmsted whim holds the chair ofilandcape architccturi1 at Harvard visited Philadelphia re tcutlr to snake an address on the subject of city parks During his visit Mr Olinstcd dined at a Walnut street club load he cited during dinner a certain elevat ed tract on the Biltmore estate of which lie is landscape gardener That tract he Haiti would be beautiful for tome purposes hid eons for others Everything is like that good for some things bad for I sonic things Thus if we use our minds we can utilize nearly everything can put nearly everything to some good use All kinds lies their merits as an old Georgia colored man once said Some one hud asked this colored man what breedof chickens was the best All kinds his their merits he replied MJe white ones is de easiest I found and de dahk ones is de easiest hid after you gits em Sheedt Consolation Harry Corbett of San Francisco tells how Pat Shccdy once consoled a disconsolate sporting man I will never 111 introduction to Put Sheedlu5s Corbett I was down at Coney Island several years ago playing the races We were chatting 0Ilow came up and he bemoaned his hard luck lie started in to tell how he was beaten by a whisker for a big bet Shee dv listened to his tale of woe and i then slapping him on the back said nun Jack Cheer upl It all breaks even in this worldtine- rich ct ice in the summer and the forIgetas I live I The Darky Explained I plntCsinI Congressman Bankhead stood listening f to the election officers testI qualificationsfor J The negro was unusually intelligent quietlytoI Msweredleverya certiorari suggested Mr Hank head This wits done anti the negro Lrafter scratching his head said gotiu votin I Willing ia Exhibit First Foxlf circumstances per milted I should like to milk an ex hibit at u poultry show Second Fox Indeed What would you exhibit NewkHer Observation lUiggins think he is n man of great importance1 Yes answered Mrs tVyenne but 1 have observed that the opin ion of people who think that way seldom amount to nnuch11ash ington Slur Quite a Surprise Old Groucherly surprised Ins wife on her birthday anniversary with u novel gif- tllterlthleell What did he give hcrrGoerA j pleasant lookChiClIg- oi Would Open His Eyes i Thinks he never mml u mistake ci Sinitio innii I s11pjwlsctYcs 11htr W 1I if ill had a wire I think shed quickly convince him of that inirftakc Chicago Inter kola Fact Versus FictionIRiggi do got so stories MIowitit is 11n Ill1in aboat himtlIIDirlIuh They aint a markj ir to the facts other la ogle tell about j IrihlllllIKnew All About Him Sunday School Teacher Who was Peter feel ralel Hoy I Ito was the- post It that rowed three times hicduii Tribune Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery For CFrlcemA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fails Trial Oottlit free BEST FOR THE- BOWELS It Too fcartnt a rrcnlir healthy mort mrnt of the bowels cTtrrdtrouretUorwIllt Krrproar bowels p ot violist ihyaleCrpill polsonisdsgerou The moolbMt rtilett noit perfeetw4of kccpluc Ib bowels clear and clean U to ttk- aCANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pletitnt Palatable Potent Tut Good Do Hood Never oaken Weaken or Orlpei 10 K sod 60 Cents per boi Write tor tree sample and book let on health Address UJ Sterling Remedy Compiny ChicaGO or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN u Subscribe for THE REPfBUfAN Real Estate- BARGAINS 70 acres on Sulphur Springs road5 miles from Hartford 152 micros in medow 100 fruit trees JM white oak trees good house and good barnes rill liiO11- IU acres near Rockport in 1111 condition good build aka end tine lltui land for 120000 83 HCICS liar bottom land for 32o per were or fiOjo 3 rude horn inrtforil t n- Dalider ur A LIOSHII iuul n MM Mount K d txrn young or ail tit line state nl cultivation A bargain 305 acres W KmiLli rlVtr- I bottom laud iitur Hartlonl in fine state of cultivation Will sell rheip considering th land 188 Httts near Criitlvo Sre me lot priccn 2 i tells at Centritiiwi See me tar prices One house and lot on Union street in Hurtlon in tine i310niI fmltHOod house end Inp lor builliI135 acres 4 tulles Httrtlont in iiiid state 01Icultivation 58501111 43 actts near Ctjtalvn 333I on I 70 Hcrrs near IVo 25 acres bottom land balance good I upland gno l houses good j nnIOrei fnr pals At A b riinn i Ifviiuwnnl In sell land IftOtl wawt to buy land + tf nif and Inull furnUh you withwhat yi u want S A Anderson Dealer in Real 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to convince oUI toihowyou what OMot Gum Blum Is and what it To accept it places you under no obligation whatever No on can neglect inch an offer anti ha fair tohlmiMf Thsvery fact of the offer must convince you that Dr Ottei Sprue Gum Balsam dope ae We claim We would surely not Pit yfor a bott oaad gira it away I f there waeaa doubt of results You want those reealtsyou want to be well WOIIt you let us at OpOllle show you wa 1y Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam is sold In two sties 25c and 50c l pIJi a gIclJnto I f Jl IUKXTT c K HMITII BARNETf SMITH ATTOHNEYS AT LAW iititiroitit KY roullObi I FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law II IITf IIKIt UV- lllrnilv hH riiln in nbli end ml JiiliilNitmiiiitr and In Ilir Court 1 t1Jol rrlwlNnl inntlii ninl Ilillii HIIIIH urInlly Oinn lH Hit Himill liiillilluK H I CHASM CROWE LAWYRRHA- KTtVliU KY- aiiirtlrikrhiprolra iii III nIhr tutI lnkUianil I5dnlna nmHr anl m Mionmr f 11l5wral nit iit uu mt n tv riliulnn prwlh sad In iillrrllnlK mr irnrr Sl- urYtadlarreta1rhnun11I m dio JNO WILSON AlTOFJXEy AT LAW HAIlTFOIil KY SpelalaNaow ultra h rdbonnakton-altrail i uMh Rorer Pnbltr Ii obi lan r IdlrenrthId pOI iiii = = = = = s c R R WEDDING Attorney at LnH- AKTFOKO Ky IrdrrxlotrtIrat r irnmtlT 11 Al NMIUM Ttil n friiblyeuiiqiy nrlrurrrkturoutnritnasI- I I I IIKAVHIX IIIMSI WIIItW Al- rHEAVR1NWOODWRD C iu t1C 3 tiCIIlanTrnnu Kr 1 MII ritliihir prihn In nil the fiiartp1 ifi hii nnr n ut rmntfl iwHl Vlx ml HIilin aitm rlniltinlirniiliv au 1 IIM lm 51nttdnnrtIlnattIt151lold VV H BAR N E- SAttorney at Law0101 11 TTi IIMY- lltH IIIMH KV- Sc I in pro htlnH in nil the rnrtnit mII inn rinhihH fiui I III th I orI 1Ii Ntimilon llll IlIU hn nxnl tu tilntr rti111 rlK trl llltr III linrllinn r 1 YANCY L MOSLEY AlTOHXBY AT LAW Hrllt KrnlncktX- VIII irin tli til ppdrIon lu nil riart ul iililiiinil iiiljnliilnir inqntlr ant In th Coin nl- Aiii ml Alu Notary Iulillr V iininMirrr Klin Nniliiunl honk r I CO YEARSI TRADE MANI- OESIQNB 1COPYRIGHTS cAnyone i ndln a lrh and d Dulrklr ascertain our opinion An whether an mt Ilprabablyplrgtsh1e CommonlC on I s rota lent free stet r1itrtili taken luronth Munii A Co rsnty Iftrial nolle withootchargeI- ntheScientific American- A handinmclr lllnitralM weekly Luretit fir niliilon if trIMitlDe lournal TernuNa rest fnurmonibt iL BoW newdeatera MUNN CO3BIBOadn New York ranch once OS F BU Wa hlesion PROCURED AND DIINDEDllendmodel reportFnNTIIrd lime natty anjcflin Ht faltnl Patent and Inf rlnlemtnt Practice Exclullve Virile or come 0 ut6U niaU ItTMt epp TalU4 IUU nunt Oaiu WASHINGTON D C Consumption Works With Stealth nndLunggist and pay a DR OTTOS SPRUCE GUM BALSAM STUB13l1INCOUGHS itipleaeeeemluethecno1aabemwltl4 Dr can our B HVII tin COUPONForit to The AmerRu rharaaeal Co Evansville lAd IDatt My disease is willIplIrtrads J w OIVR Tn11 Addree I j hor Sale oy J H WILL A IVJ t Hal tt nmky h =I NtI WITIIFREE TUITIONV 10Two Weeks Free Tuition in the 17111OwdllsboroBusillessUlliersit y Individual instructions from a large and competent faculty Every Graduate secures employment Free membership in V the Y M C A gymnasium and library ai Write for full information nlAM FISHER Pres I f n 0 JlII- I ra raEHtUMATIsM islomarvelous relieving almost instantly Try it and it you arc not satisfied your money will be cheerfully refunded In Ask you Druggist P5c 50c JC ARGON OIL CO r 130 West Main Sto Louisville Ky I QUR CLUBBING RATES I + THK llKiinuicAN and Louisville Hemld125THK IlKiumieAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THK IlKiUitMCAN and CourierJournal 150 THK RKIUIIMCAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THK KKPUIHICAX and Homo und Farm r 125 f IiiRKiUiiurAN and Lippencotts and Coamoplitun 325 TH RKiUitucAN and TwiceaWeek vensboroIniluirer 175 t THK RiMiwiirAN fold Daily Owensboro Inquirer o70- PIIK IlKiUiiuiAN and TwiceaWcek Oboro Messenger 175 t r J OpportunityWe I q in this locality to sellIthe WHEELER WILSON Sewin Machine We can offer exceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableof development iinto a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfg Co 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO ROUGH RIV R TELEPHONE COMPANY IMGKPIIIIAIKII Tills bang Pea a and icccdsary 4 you should pUrone home folks where you can buy yout own phone and build your own lint Imrl he In i talking distance with the wrwlu coun ty and business points generally by J vf only paying n reasonable rent to the Rough River Telepbone Company or they will beat the whole expense 11 16 you say so We connect with nil In dependent Companies For particu 6 ilarlf call on S T Stevens Manager 1Hnrtford Ky W FIRST BOTTLE FREE In order to prove absolutely that Dr CrliUdti German Liver Powder will cure you of all maladies per raining to the Liver and Kidneys such as Constipation Dyspepsia Indi gestlon Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Sick Headaches Dlarrh a and Dysentery of a bilious typo Rheumatism i and Blood wo will give you a 25o Bottle absolutely free to try and be J convincedNo one can neglect such an offer and bo fair to themselves Tho very fact of the otter must convince that Dr Carliledls German Liver Powder doe what Is claimed for it The manufac turers surely would not glvo It away if there was any doubt as to the results You want those results you want to be well Wont you let us show you the uayWe have been appointedspecial Dis tributing Agents for the free tion of tho We bottle of Dr Carlstedtc German Liver Powder Call at once or 011 will be too late as tho offer is so liberal it cannot last in definitelyDr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Has relieved and cured many thous ands of hopeless cases and we want you to try It If you llvo at a distance and cannot send or call In person send 7c for to the American Pha mncal Co Evansville Ind who will take pleasure in sending It by mall Do not children Yours respectfullyJ A Sl Call For Convention- At n call meeting of the Republican commitee of the Centertown Magi terial district held in Centertown Ohio county Ky on Saturday May Oth 1905 the following resolution was adopted Resolved That a delegate convert tion be held in the town of Center town Ky on Monday June 5th 1905 at 1 oclock p in for the of nominating candidates for 1lagistmtcI and constable to be the November election 1905 and that precinct conventions be held Hi each of the voting precincts in said district on Saturday JuneUrd 1905 at 130I oclock p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend wild dis trict convention on June nth and that each precinct he allowed the followed delegated vote Gentertown 5 Coralvo a Smallhouse 1 Point Pleasant 2 and the candidate receiving a major ity of the delegatelvotes cast in said district convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republican party for said office 1314 G F CiiAiMAN ClYmn MODERN MIRACLE Thunderbolt Directed by Divine Agency Saves Moth ers Life- tlblenaulur New York Ihtaldl A thunderbolt directed by Divine agency is believed by members of the Second Presbyterian Church of Evanstown to be responsible for theI recovery of Mrs WnrrenS Williams a young societymatron who is suffering with typhoid fever complicated blood with poisoning- It was God Himself moved by our prayers who hurled His lightI ning on earth to save our says Mrs James Calligan mother of the young woman There is no doubt in my mind said the physican Dr F W Kauf innnn that the electric fluid work ed the change that sent Mrs Wil hams on the highroad to recovery- It was on March 20 that a baby girl came to the Williams family The mother who is scarcely 20 years old was left in a precarious condition typhoid fever attacking her a fortnight later and blood poisoning then getting in making the case one that worried three of the best physicians in the country Hovering us almost on the brin of the grave it chanced that on the night of May 11 a violent thunder storm began In the little house at No 1315 Main street lay the young wife terrified and ill Lightning- struck the chimney and traveled t the room in which the young moth er lay In a moment the room w afire but Mr Williams ran i snatched his wife from the bed and hurried with her to a neighbors a nurse carrying the baby Under ordinary circumstances said Dr Kaufmann the young wo man would have suffer a from the fright and shock but fro that very moment she began to improve and will probably be well in a week or so The mysterious properties of th Xray and the new metal radiu efficacious in some cases leaves n doubt in my mind that the flash lightning which filled the room had some strange effect NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court Reg ular term May 1st 1905 Pres Hon J P Miller Judge S L Fulkerson and others peti tion for localoption election This cause coming on to be heard and it appearing that at the regular April term of court April 3 1905- I the petition of S L Fulkerson and fiftyone others was duly filled and it appearing further that said petition was duly signed by legal voters of the town of Rockport greater in number than 25 per cent of the le gal votes cast in said town at the last general election and that the town of Rockport is a city of the sixth class and that said petitioners have this day deposited with the judge of this court the sum of 6000 which is sufficient to defray the ex penses of the election to be held i said town and it appearing that sal petitioners have complied with all the orr tiered and adjudged that an election be held in the said town of Rock port Ohio county Ky on the 10th READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1901 Dr E W Hull St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have suffered three years from kidney and bladder troubles and onehalf bottle of Texas 1Vand Halls Discovery has cured me an I can cheerfully recommend it respectfullyjSt A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all hi Hey and bladder toubles remov gravel cures diabetes seminal emi Ilion weak and lame backs rheum- tisnt and all irregularities of the I nets and bladder in both women Regulates bladder troubleI in children If not sold by yet druggist will be sent by mail receipt of 100 One small is twb months treatment and sel i dom fails to cure any of the abut mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer- P 0 box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo I 1 ty r1 day of June 1905 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town upon the proposition whether or not spiritous vinious or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or I loaned in the city of Rockport or whether or not the law now in force in said city allowing the sale of I spiritous vinious and malt liquors shall become inoperative in said city or town of Rockport and the clerk of this court is directed to duly preI pare ballots and poll books for each voting precinct in which any part of said town is located and deliver same to the proper officer and the Sheriff of Ohio county is directed to open poll in each said votingplace upon said date for the purpose of holding said election and is directed- to advertise said election for at least two weeks same is to be held rsamenewspaper- published in Ohio county and having a general circulation therein and he will also advertise the same by printed as written handbills posted townrsame It is further adjudged that a spe cial registration be held for the said town of Rockport on Saturday theC 3rd day of June 1905 for the purpose of registering all legal voters who did not register before Novem ber election and the regular election ktcause is continued A coppy attest M S RAGLAND Clerk By U G RAGLAND D C orderoand judgment of the Ohio County 10asandnin the manner required by law at each andall the voting places in the town of Rockport Ohio county Ken ucky to take She senses of the legal voters ofsoldi town qualified to vote for county officers upon the propo spiritousmvinous or malt liquors shall be sold barteredloanetl or trafficked in in the said town of Rockport Ohio underemy as county MayfQuality vs Quantity Hard muscles and strong body do not dependon the quantity of food you eat but on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nourishment out of all the food you eat It digests what you eat regardless of the con dition of the stomach and conveys the nutrient properties to the blood and tissues This builds up and stren gthens the entbe system overcomes and cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Belching Sour Stomach ect Sold by Z Wayne Griffin rocNo Pain CaseyI seen in the paper theI other day that a dochtor out West performed a surgical operation on I himself an cut off his own thumb What dye think o that Cassidy Oh I suppose he putI himsel under th inl1oo nce of ether before he done it The Chllrdens Favorite CoughsCrouplVhoopingCoughd childrens favorite This is it contains no opiate is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures SoldI by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m KentuckyDates The following are the dates fixedI for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Officers of fair are requested to report to us any ommissions or correction of dolts Hartford October 44 days daysdFern Creek August 154 days Shepherdsville August 154 days IjiwrenceburgAugust 154 days Vanceburg August 161 days GtithrieAugust 17 8 days Shelby IlieAugust 221 days daysedaysi I I I days September 6 4 days I 1Kel1tuck State Fair September daysl I September 21 H days sCASTORXAringsei B an theittKind You Nan Always Bout Blgutur Icf Yy y q ICURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS MIIIBsst Couth Sjrup Tutu Coed I Use In time Sold by drucfliti STRONG Againis Stovall of Tilton Ga said after taking 1KOdOI Dyspepsia Hundreds other weak rwomen are being re stored to perfect III health by this rem edy YOU maybe well if you will tike 1 it Indlffeitioncausif nearly all the sickness that women hare It deprives the system of nourish meat and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure the stomach and digestive organs o digest and assimilate all of the whole some food thatmay be eaten It nourishes the body fad rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsiasour risings belchingbeartbum and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat Dtllir kettle keltdtft- lBM rrw4 at tke tka nU M Uo etaNrtaeJlll1trttl M bt lu ae allt tsar Hold by Z WAYNE URU- PIHSomething New Variable Tours TO FLORIDAVIA Southern Railway and Queen 1 Crescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets good going Via Aeheville through the Land of the Sky and Beautiful Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chatauooga or vice versa are nuw on sale at Low Rates The Florida Limited composed finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and vestibuled coaches with Dining Car service euroute leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent Ebuto running through without change to Jacksonville via Cbatanooga and Southern Ry Connecting train leaves Louisville at 740 a m daily The Chicago and Florida special consisting oi elegant Drawing Room Sleepers observation cars Club car dabethrougheSolid to St Augustine via Chatanoo 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 also through sleeper to KnoxvilleThrough Sleepers to Jack sonville from Cincinnati every even ing via Knoxville Asheville and Sa van nab From Louisville connection with all of the above trains is made at Lexington by trains of Southern Railway For Land of the Sky bunk Winter Homes folder Rates Sche dules or other information address A C Rincarton G P A Q 0 Cincinciuuati 0 C H HuNOERFOiti District Pas fen gel Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Aesistant General Passenger Agent St Louie Mo AyersPillsWant abeautlful brown orrich black Use I CumberlandI ITELEPHONE Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In uiy residence and place of business My bimlnero haa Increased and my wifes voice ih nev er heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition IL E PAT Many Wm JTmTOtllo County Circuit Court TFUIrkbtad Judge lien D UlDRo Attorney T H lllack Jailer Kd 0 IlarrnM Clerk Frank I Felix Master Com mlloner Y I Mottlfjr Trustee Jury Fund 0n 1 Keown Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Keown Jo Hltoberti Sara K011 JWConrtconreneanretMon day In March end Angnit and continue three weekiand third Monday In May and Noremher two week County Court J p Miller Judge 118 nail and Clerk W U llarnri Attorney Hartford t7Coart conTeD dot Monday In each month t Uoada7InCourt otcialmt Conrenei ant Monday li latnary Tueed7 alter second Monday In October Other Officers J II Wood Surveyor CertlTO Frank Lowe Ameuor Deda Jamea DtWeet School Superintendent Hartford Den L Darli Coroner Sulphur Sprin- gTuotlceo Coasts II F Hndion Dearer Dam February 16 Uay U Angnit 31 November 30 OeoW Martin Dalietown February 12 May 14 August 20 November 12 JnoMOraham Narrow February Ssklay 2 August a November 19 T A Erani Fordtrllle January IB May 7 August 27 November a J A Hick llnford February 7 May 8 Aug net 12 November 7 W A Itone Centertown February t May 11 August 24 NovemberS D J Wilcox Itockport February 20 Stay B August 28 November 14 attot1S3ellc Court Jno B Wilson Judge C E Smith City Attorney U r Barnett Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month 3U llerlottsi Qetrvlo ME Church HonthSerrlce third Sunday each month at 11 a m and 7 p m and second Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeUngerery Wednes day evening Rev WTMlller Pastor Baptist Church SerTlces held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev 1H Burnett pastor- C P Church Services flat Sunday In each month at 11 am and 7 pm Rer J OUar ned pastor School Trustees lUrtford Jai P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens D M Ilocker JU D Car son Jon C Riley j City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor 8 A Andersou Clerk Dr H J Wedding W 8 Tin- eelACTaTlorUhUanlnT J Morton Conncllmen Socxat Socle tlA O U W meet lint and third Friday nights In each mouth Hartford Lodge NoSTS F ot AMaionilrit a Monday night Is each month Hartford Tent No 09 Knights of the Maces been every Thursday night Rough Hirer Lodg No1I0 Knights of Pythla meets every Tiesrlay night 3 Preston Morton Post No4 0 A R hold rug ular meetings Saturday beforedrst Sunday In sack I month EVERYBODY MAxfsTg CLOTHE wHnuuum A GRANT i0N Se FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS TbaAmnican PhannacaKo ETia TllleIud f Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable prIce Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along tho line ort- bIRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas- most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and free reetlnlnc chair cars HomeaeeherV Excursions first and third Tuesday of each month Descriptive literature map pamphltt folders etc on application H C TOWNSEND R TOMATTHEWS Cen1Pusr tItt roses Purtupe grrt- dl LOC16 ioonniu a The great rule of health Keep the bowels regular And the great medicine JOAyerCoAyer DYE urn en gr DUOOUTI oa R r IULL CD nuwic 1011 4 c II M r I H ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health The use of Powder is essential to the healthfulness of the family foodYeast ferments the food Alum baking powders are Injurious Royal Baking Powder saves health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 2 J A GRAND TRIUMPH Was The Second Street Fair For Hartford I larire and Appreciative Crowd At i tendedFine Stock Show ed in all Stock Ringsi The Street Fair held here last Fri S day and Saturday was indeed a trio umphant success in fact it is common I talk that when Hartford undertakes an enterprise it is syno mous to success Not a few of those present have spoken approval and commendation of the splendid way in which the Fair was conductedand of the means of social interourse afforded to attendants Friday morning early the people began com ing to town and by noon the streets andalleyswere full the Court House yard was full all the stores were full and on Saturday morning by 8 oclock more people were in town i than were here on Friday and it was clearly seen by the management that I the crowd was going to be a record breaker The crowd on Saturday numbered between 4000 and 5000 peopleand the best of feeling prevail ed throughout the day There was no j drunkenness or street tights The stock exhibited was the finest the ladies were the prettiest and the men were the handsomest ever seen in Hartford The Fair was gotten up and managed by K A Anderson who was ably assisted by the execu HarrillrSonAddingtonR J Duff and J B ell Practically every ring filled andd everybody seemed to be satisfied a Whether they Wets successful inS winning or not The successful en tries were as follow I No 1Bet whit layer cake IJ 2 Wayne Griffin Bro one gilt1 clock 1000 MM P A MoxleyP 1J2ndNo 2Bet pair tunics by Carson Co one sewing machine 52500 C i1NoNational Bank Grove Taylor with j 13 children 2500 No LBest pair of farm horse j 1 by Sanderfur Co in groceries 1No5PrettlestWhite in cash Mr and Mrs Dan Autmires baby OINo GBest calf Crabtree S E Bennett 500 No 7 Tackiest turnout by J C tier one set of harness J G Wil ion 1000 No 8Best suckling colt by Carson Bros one shotgun Rldy Ward 1500 No 9I3est uckling mule co1tI by Sam Bach in dry goods J T Shultz 1500 No lOBest boy rider by Black Birkhead one saddle and bridle Durwald Hoover 1500 No 11Best mare and suckling edit by W M Hudson in cash Hare Williams 1500INo 12Best t Horses by Z Wayne Griffin IoldI 1watch 1st premium 1000 rson Kiiykendoll ind premium t y- ir r 25tbs stock food J F Wallace 350sNo 13Handsomest by J H Williams one ladys handbag Stella Wedding 600 No 15Handsomest doilies by H Williams one set cut glasses Miss Emma Barnes 800 No 1GBest brass band by Henry Nail Taylor Mines cornet band 1500 cash No 17Handsomest specimen of drawn work by J H Williams oneI lamp Mrs W H Rhoads 700 No 1SBest girl rider by G B Williams one side saddle Lizzie Stevens 500 No 19Best white cake by J H Williams one library lamp Mrs J Cecil 500 No 20Best boy rider by G B Williams one saddle Paul Hoover 500 No 21Best church choir by C 11 Bryant Co one church organ U S Faughts class Centertown 3500No 22Best lady rider by Fair Co silk dress Miss Blanche St Clair 2500 No 23Best pair chickens by J W Ford 50tt s of flour Eck Rial No 25Largest turkey by J W Ford 50tts of flour Lon Davis No 2G01dest lady by Dr M H Tappan one pair spectacles Mrs Susan P Sullenger S6 years old 500 No 27Best mare and sueklin mule colt by L T Barnardsand bridle and blanket J T Shultz 1000 No 2SBest pig under 6 months old by J W Ford one hudred pounds of flour Lon Davis No 30Most popularyoung lady by A C Taylor 1st premium one iron bed Miss Elfie Taylor 1415 votes 1500 2nd premium Miss Belva McCormick 652 votes one fine chair 1000 No 31Second largest family barrel flour by J W Ford t between Jeremiah Davis Julia A Cooper it No32Best ewe and lamb by W J Tinsley one stove John Cninn SSOO No 38Best bushel wheat by W C Schlemmer Mitchell Render+ 5500 No 81Best general utility horse Bank of Hartford Alvin Rowe 1000 No 35lIost popular young man T J Turley Co one fine driving wagon 5000 votes as follows Lawrence Allen 315 J C Hughs 94 James Pirtle 295 Ernest Duke 110 Wayne Midkiif 306 Claude Shultz 56 Dennis Ashley 185 Lee Miller 153 Norvil Fields 278 Thos Low 76 Chas Black 299 G E L D Baird 3 No 3GBest yoke oxen by Bean N A Schroader 500 The votes were counted by Deputy Clerk U G Ragland and Deputies Sheriffs C Keown and J G Keown LEFT OVER FROM LAST WtEKIPRENTIS May 24Farmers are busy plow Ing corn at this place Sunday school at Slaty Creek is regressing nicely under the super vision of Mr J P Austin Rev Chester Stevensof Hartford preached an interesting sermon to large audience at Slaty Creek hri SundayMessrs A V Leach and C D Barnes who have been attending school at Hartford have returnJl home Subscribe for TUB RWUHLICAN 7IV JIIaLIN x4pAPiJiMF TWENTYFOURTH ANNUAL1 I Commencement ot Hartford College Jnne 12th I3tu 14th and 15th to On TIt lllir seeping Tnue lOtli will be given ii literary entertainment consisting of orations and essay l y to the members of the class in lit eratureThe program will be lutern r el with excellent music to teat and delight the amlienee The orations are short and well written fall of thought and will be well delivered therefore a liter ary and musical treat Is assured Do not mss ir- On Wednesday evening R uinMeiil will be given by Miss Carrie Warner and her class The anrccessfnl nm sicales given by Miss Wcuruer and her classes in the past bespeak as much for this one Everybody should attend I Thursday evening the Alumni Asso elatIon will hold its annual reunion An excellent program has been arranged with the view not only to entertain an audience but to renew the tie that hinds the members of the Association to each other and to their lIma muter AH graduates Hud old- tudents are earnestly requested to be present The speakers for this occasion are the teachers and graduates of former years The closing feature of commence went week will be the Graduating Ex sees + es on Friday evening The program will crosist rrf manic orations by th graduates and an address by Rev Frank M Thomas of Oweusboro Rev Thomas i + a brilliant orator who never fails to charm anti to please an audience Do not fall to hear him WH1TESV1LLE May 31Miss Annie Bell and brother Silas entertained few of their friends at dinner Sunday Miss Zula Boarman went to OwI ensboro Saturday Miss Cora Boarman and father went to Owensboro Friday return ing Saturday Miss Mattie Wells Andersonville visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Miss Sallie Owen and Mr Loyd Haynesville attended the ice cream supper Saturday night The ice cream supper given by the Y P R Society Saturday night was very successful and a large crowd was in attendance Miss Verda Loyd of Haynesville and her visitor from Beaver Dam attended the supper Saturday night Miss Sue Obenchain and Mr Goodrich of Pellville were the guests of Sundayewas the guest of his parents Sun day Miss Annie Howard of Ralph was the guest of Misses Stella and Mary Wedding Saturday and Sunday Miss Bessie Floyd Knottsville is the guest of friends and relatives here this week The Home Telephone line to Ralph is nearing completion and will he in service by the last of the 2k Miss Sue Moseley Fordsville vis d her parents Mr and Mrs John oseley Saturday and Sunday Misses Florence Simmons end AI ma Aull Messrs Hillary Drury and Eldie Rhodes of Knottsville Iva Howard and Miss Fannie Simpson of this place were the guests of Misses Stella and Mary Wedding Sunday afternoon Miss Annie Hagan spent Saturday arid Sunday at Henderson Miss Annie Gardner of Stanley istthe guest of friends here Frank Brooks Owensboro spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents Mr and tits P Brooks Mr and Mrs Williams of Beth MrshSam Turner Pleasant Ridge was here last week in interest of the public school Miss Edna Mae Jackson of Owens boro is the guest of her uncle Mr D L Jackson this week Mrs Geo Holland spent last week the guest of her daughter Mrs Jas Lowe of Hartford RENDER May aOlIes James Stephens and S F flowery of Central CityC were here last Wednesday lasttMiss Hardin were in Beaver Dam last ThursdayMessrs B F Garrett and James Likens were in Rockport last Thus dayMr and Mrs John Boone moyod from here to Echols last Friday Gep M Maddox of Rockport was here lost Friday W F James Centertown was here last Saturday Mrs Thos I Brown and family left for Linton Ind last Saturday make their future home R J Engleby and daughter Miss Madie and Mrs Mary Mercer went Central City last Saturday Mr Geo Tinsley and family spent last Saturday in Centertown Hardin Burden fpent last Saturday and Sunday in Horton Mr and Mrs John X Taylor of Earlington were the guests of Mr and Mrs J W Tilford last Saturday and Sunday Isaac Harvey visited his family in Leitchfield last Sunday R E Kenneson spent the day in Deanfield last Sunday Messrs S S Hoover and EdMoss barger of Louisville were hereI yesterdayIT J Small was in Beaver Dam toc dayISeveral from here attended Decoration services in Beaver Dam toIday CANE RUN May 29 Sunday school will meet June the ISth at 1 oclock p m to elect childrens day G J Christian wife and son Ervine attended church at Olaton SaturdayH Wilson Memphis Tenn was the guest of his parents G JIWilson last week and returned to Memphis Sunday Little Clara Goodwine daughter of James Goodwine is very ill Born to the wife of Arthur Raley May 21 a fine Stb boy and 7lt girl Mother and babies are getting along nicelyMiss Climmie Christian went t Fordsville on a visit to Miss Mable Bristo last Monday and returned home Wednesday Miss Lula Sandbach is at home after attending college at Hartford Sam Jamison and family were the guests of Mrs Jamisons brother Arthur Haley Sunday Several at this place attended thQ Street Fair at Hartford Saturday Mrs R Wilson and children of Bristo Ark are the guests of Mrs Lucy Wilson Dempsy White and family were the guests of Mrs Whites sister a Mrs Sarah Camp Sunday 150 Indianapolis ani Return 150 i Big Four Route Sunday June 4th special train leaves 7th St Union Depot Louis villa ul y oclock a in Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union De pot at 7 oclock p m OneMinute Cough Cure For coups Colds and Croup PLEASANT GROVE Ma 30Mrs Willie Weaks and ramiJof Rochester were the guests of her mother Mrs C W Bradley Sunday Elbert Allen Louisville is the guest of his mother Mrs Cillie Al en this week Allen Cox and sisters were the guest of Bee Cox Sunday Miss Myrile Browdley of Rochester visited her mother last week 0 A Meffard has just received ew printing outfit Mrs HowaMn and son were the guest of her daughter Mrs Etta Melford Saturday and Sunday The debate at the Methodist church Friday night was largely attended Every one enjoyed the music Sirs Hommer Mefford and family will be the guerst of 0 A Meffard this week Miss Clara Bradley was the guest of Miss May Allen Friday The wife of Bill Buchanan a well known lady of Butler is dead Misses Euna Smith and Ida Kim mel were the guests of Mrs fllyrtl Campfield this week Miss Canny Bradley was the gues of Mrs Weaks Monday and Tues dayMrs Ethel Wester of Huntsville was the guest of her aunt Mrs Bid die Martin a few days lastweek Mrs Jackson Meffard has returned home from visiting her daughter Mrs Yates of Donie Myrtle Bradley is the guest of friends at Paradise this weeps She will visit friends at Rockport before returning home A SPLENDID PLAY McHenry Local Talent Made a Big Hit in Production of a Womans Honor The McHenry Amateur Dramatic Company composed of the following prominent McHenry people vies Messrs S J Tklunor Hywell Jones Will W Duncan L E Herrel Jus Penman It D Burton Misses Ethel Tharpe Annie Duncan and Bertie Robinson held the boards at Tay lotS Opera House here last Friday night in the production of the thrilling Drama entitleda Womans Honorone of thelargest crowds ever assembled at the hall witnessed this splendid play with approbation lad pleasure The play was indeed theatrical grand beyond anticipation played with the skill and effect trained and experienced theatric actors and performers High class specialties were given at frequent intevals Dr J S Smith and Penman rendering important Numbers in fact Dr Smith proved to be a whole show within himself The encomium on Hartford set to music and sang by the Doctor brought forth tremendious applause The McHenry Orchestra led by Miss Annie May Smith furnished Music for the occasion which was in every sense a treat to lovers of high class music Welcome again seemed to be the sentiment of all present For the benefit of tho e not pres ent we publish below Dr Smiths original verses Otll WATFR MILL Soon will forty year lute pad blncc mftujr of ut were boy 0My lint lime ID old tUttforJ my heart wit full of Joy i Many old land matk hue gone And yet there ome here atilt To that wrtt place or final lent And to ha i that Old Water Milt CIIOKVS Hark I lien thox milling echoet yet Ofthat Old Water Mill Friends please do excu e me When I undertake to ray No lietltr ftlendi I ever had Than lived In those good day I When I look Into your ice I can Me mtmbUncc Hill Of many that knew tho e day At that Old Water Mill lUttfonl haa ODe od lindtiink That halted with many jo Our memory tutu back my friend When we were girl and boy You have had it hue fur many jean Mid I hope you wilt have U tillIt l that grand old College School Colnis to that Old Crater Milt NKW IIAKTFOK1 IIKIJ t was horn In IenniylvanU Tartly rated In Old Kentucky Aud Ohio county It hat been my hcme- I was here before thole railroad And your telephone and bike Aid me rntt cad h that iw IKttfjld Mkr- Kverythloj x11 good nod plain When I c ime tu Kentucky And made ttili county that I lute my homer wa here before that Ice plant Or your electric IhChlaDd bike Aud we did pct love good toad Nor no new like ram grad to tr throe chuiaM- In hale old Slate of Kentucky 1Mid I am proud to nee Improvement In our home planttAndAnd all enterpdes good toad And more new fake t I may rcrhapi for aught t know Uveatwayalu Kentucky And nuke this county that I love my home Why not Ll in hue an electric Hue Itotn old Harlford to Mclleury We theu will hue the phone Line lllke aud Ilke aKentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any ommissions or correction of datesHartford October 4I days Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 84 days Fern Creek August 154 days Shepherdsville August 154 days LawrenceburgAugust 154 days Vanceburg August 1G4 days GuthrieAugust 173 days dayse293 s daystElizabethtown September G3 days Glasgow September G4 days Kentucky State Fair September 184 days- Henderson September lfiG days Falmouth September 274 days Owensboro October 105 days DM7 OATOnXAI01 4 h FOR THE u LITTLE ONESI Can You of3tteTenTen boys were talking together at recess Their iiiiines are hidden in the following entenre which rare siruns of their conversation nrerhiiinl Thus in the first sell tonci you win lind the inline of theIbur said it by joining till two letters of tin word hero to the first letter of till next nilniiiking Roy In tliii wny each J v tells his own mime without inUiiu ing it- Fir tWhllt a hero you are to walk four miles to school I eeundDid rots hear littlo Brown laugh out In the spelling classTllinl1ht it if sot will I anI 1 3 willing 1ourtltl la Mill hell win if Ift died trill FifthYou can rube or get pleased just as gnu lik- eSixthl feel my hen rye and cornScyenthllc says natural phi to+ is the mime us physi- csElghlh1 robin makes a bi gir nest than that XillthlIpilllCI coal oil on it Will tho odor ever get ou- tPenlhNow r alter it to suit yourself here are thlit of the name 1 Find them 2 Karl to William 4 Edwin T George n Henry 9 Ralph 8 Ernest 9 Theodoreyi 10 Walter The Dogs Comp A friend write us an interesting account of a dog brought from Plymouth Mass in Cambridge Muse sonic forty milts He was kept tied uI twoduys then untied andstarted for his old homo in Plymouth where lie arrived safely i This is one of thousands of similar cases in sonic of which the dog has trimled hundreds of miles We remember one in which they dog traveled up the Mississippi nit or front New Orleans to n north western state What stint of compass dog carry has never yet been ascertained Our Dumb Animals A Snow Sjjg tion The nct time the snowdrifts iyjo your yard instead of tanking a snow man try making a snow pig A= r oblong mOM of snow forms the body and the legs nose and cars nfl inuJc of sticks surrounded by snow A bit of rope nicely curledwill make n very good tail Various pigs ian be shaped and carvod according to l the skilluf the young artist and will girt n lively and social apjHmranco I neighhors your expense perln- lpsHenry I WattersonsI I EuropeWill 4 A Leading Feature of T- heCourierJournal Diliing 1905 There will be many other attract va V departments Ml tHnu to make con Itt NewspaperI Mall Hntcn Dally CourierJournal 1 Yr 6 Dally and Sunday 1 Yr 8 Weekly 1 Yr i rt J COURIERIUURKAL COMPANY 1 LOUISVIUK KY By u Special ArraiiBemt you can get the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 1 and tho 4 WKLY COURIERJOURNAL both ono your tor only 8150 41 This Is lor cash subocrlptlonB only 8ntrrlbcrs under this comblna IAll often must be sent through TUB rffice y yF- c