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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m t Jlartf rb tpublitttu Fine Job Work a SpecialtyIFIT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year 1 II t VOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY TUNE 9 1905 No 47 1IH TEARS Nan Patterson Cut Short Her I Renewed Stage Career She Made a Poor Showing at AIi trona Where Ladles Left the Theater in Disgust Altoona Penn June 7 Discour aged at the support accorded her disheartened by the severe adverse critism of her conduct and campletcly broken in spirit Nan Randolph Paterson the Florodora girl last night severed her connection with The Romance of Panama Company o with which she was touring and left early this morning for her home in Washington Miss Patterson was greeted by a slim audience last night tEand the few ladies in the house left before the preformance was half over although much that was objection able was expurged by the manager of the local theater Miss Patterson made a miserable showing indicating plainly by her action thatshe was terribly worried and ill at ease The majority of the f spectators excused her preformance in the belief that she was ill Miss Patterson consented to a brief interview before she boarded a train for the East in which she said with tears in her eyes and voice broken- I am awfully sorry the people have received me so unkindly and treated me so discourteously When I went on the stage I believed to be doing right for I mean to do the right thing The stage is my profession and I have no other means to pay the many debts I have contracted Hut I would rather do anything than again sobject myself to the severe criticism of the past two weeks Oh if the people had only treated mo more kindly she added brokenly When signed acontract everyth ing looked so bright to me after my dreadfulexperience and I had not the least idea it would turn out as it hasWhen asked as toner future course she saidI going to my home in Wash ington At some future time when people learn to think better of me I may again resume my profession on the stage LHOUSEI is progressing nicely with Rev G W Gordon Superintendent Rev E W Coakley filled hisregu lar appointment at Slaty Creek Sat urday and Sunday Several of the young people of this place attended the ball game at Taylor Mines last Sunday evening- T R Black and wife spent Saturday i and Sunday with relatives near Sanderfurs Crossing i i Lawrence Allen and sist JJertha Hartford visited their brother J L Allen of this place Saturday and Sunday Ca T ElXAHan theItt Ilad You Hai Nana vpS- Jpahll Yd of fI D The I Come in ladies and look and feel free you will go away with joy and glees you will findnow bear in mind Just what you want in Milineree The colors are bright And the marked down price is right So you will be pleased dont you see Ribbons or Flowers Hats or Tarns All of these pretty things right at your hands Violets or poppies it dont make any dif For bargains in this line just see Mrs Smith A SllOCH Come in and look you will think they are nice When you see the marked down price Dont fool around and forget about this but Come right now and get a Low Cut If you think though you would rather have Shoes You can sure get em its just as you choose We have them in White Tan Patent and Blues Come in and see them there is no chance to lose GentsWe will sell you a Hat Shirt Tie and Collar And the whole thing wont amount to a dollar Umbrellas Suspenders and Sox And the summer time price will knock all others out of the box t Here is a bargain for one and all It matters not how large or how small If you are looking for a deal that is perfectly square take a look at our underwear Carpet See our Carpets and Rugs We guarantee this is no humbug The patterns are lovelypretty and bright Come and look at emthe price is all right NEW RAILROADI To Traverse Entire Length of the County Definite Assurance That It Will Be Built if and 25000 is Donated A proposition to build a railroad from to Fordsville or Cloverport extending through the entire length of Ohio county enter ing at Point Pleasant and running via Centertown Hartford and Dun dep is again on foot and it is now almost an assured fact that that the road will be built A company has agreed to build the road at once work to begin within ninety days if the rightofway and 25000 can be procured in the county by means of voluntary contributions In the light of all other railroad is by far the most liberal that has ever been offered Ohio county Hartford and vicinity should raise half the money Center town should cbme up with more than half of the remainder Sulphur Springs Dundee and Fordsvilje should more than cover the balance and the smaller places near which it will run should pony up a few thou sand and by all means parties over whose ground it will run should do nate the land for the roadbed Many of the best and most experienced business men of the county I Wuau rCome Come Come Summer Time is Here Long f Company At Econotny Store cl0pllltllontIMillinery Deportment CItAnd Furnishings Handkerchiefs Underwear 4Just Departmentbattings It RightofWay Manisonville propositionsthis Clothing Boys young men and old men You want to come in and see them You dont have to go up the winding stairs To get a good Suit of clothes that wears For we will soon have them on the first floor If you see them once you will like them shore We can show you Suits either dark or light And we know the marked down price is right Suits that used to sell for ten Come in now and look again You can buy em now for just onehalf Come bring the cash and we will make you laugh Dress Goods This department is chuck full of bargains to the brim- Insertings and Laces suitable to trim Organdies Mulls and Linen Pongeenette- Oh they are beauties and dont you forget Tenquarter linens for Shirt Waist Suits And beautiful silksohtwill be a surprise For the price is right you bet your boots And you cant see it otherwise Hurry up dont wait dont ever delay Or you will miss the big bargains we have in Pique Persian Lawns and Paris Muslins and pretty dotted Swiss s And so many nice things we cant mention in this- Remnants are going at any old price Come and look once you will sure come twice We are thankful to our good people here and about And invite them to come back again It wont be long until youll have a quicker route To come to Hartford on the passenger train It is now too late and the customers wont wait For us to tell you more But you wont complain you can see it so plain When you trade at the Economy Store LONG COMPANY It Hartford Kentucky JwmMwwMwtuMruuft 0 nn n t l wvm at- S ncih are taking a deep interest in the matter and are subscribing liberally of their money and freelygiving the rightofway through their land The building of such arailroad would greatly develop the sections of the county through which it would pass in fact it would materially aidjin developing most every section of the county and the value of all property within several miles of the road would be enhanced The peo plesof Centertown Hartford Dun dee1 Fordsville and other points on the way should be up and doing while the opportunity is afforded Sad Death Lyman Williams mention of whose serious illness appeared in TilE RE PUBLICAN last weekdied at the home of his father Mr G B Williams last Friday eveningJat 830 oclock surrounded by loving relatives and friends who had watched by his bed side during his very briefthough fa tal illness It was known from the first that his case was aserious one and after the operation revealed the advancedstage of the trouble itwas seen that there was little chance for his recovery Lyman as we knew him was in the morning of young manhood being only twenty two- years old His uprightness of character and strict adherence to the right had made him a fovorite among his friends andemployers and almost promising future seemed his portion His untimely death was one of the saddist events that ever occurred in our little town Funeralservices were conducted by Revs W T Miller RD Bennett I and E M Crowe at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon aster which interment took place at Oak wood cemetery Memorial Day at Trisler Fordsville June 1 1905 R T Whittinghill Post No 11 G A R observed memorial day at Trisler Cemetery Ohio county in a very appropriate manner The assembley was called at 10 oclock a m A line by two was formed by the ofd soldiers numbering about 30 Those were followed by Spanish American soldiers soldiers wives widows of soldiers their children and and friends all bearing flowersIAt cemetery appropriate exercises were observed Then followed the strewing of flowers upon the graves of soldiers and friends It was a beautifulscene to behold This done the company slowly and quietly marched back to the school house and grounds wherefirstin orI der was a very appropriate address delivered by Rev T J Ratcliff of Fordsville His theme was Amer ican citizenship as vouched safe to the American people through the v luei of the American soldiers His discourse was strong as well as touching NOON An elegant dinner was spread by the good people of the community which was very thankfully enjoyed Then followed singing recitations readings by children and grandchil dren of old veterans The recital by Master Walter was greatly appreci ated by the people as were all the exercises NotesThere were four genera+ ations present represented in theI person of Mrs Travis Herenden who is 91 years of age Her mind is clear and active for one of her advanced age Splendid order was observed which speaks well forthe community HENRY C TRUMAN Chaplain- S F KISSINGER Commander Lnitcd Confederate Veterans Reunion Louisvlvlle KyJune 14161905 On account above occasion excur sion tickets will be sold Beaver Damn to Louisville and return for 235 Tickets onsaleJune 10 to 13th limit ed to June 19th for return with priviledge ofextension to July 10th by depositing with special agent Cor 3rd Main and payment of fee of CO cents S B VAN METER Agt SYSTEMIC CATARRHS Claims Many Thousands A Tragedians Thanks toPeruna i j- i d cw f- c t ROBERT DOWNING THE rAMOUS TRAGEMAN F J In peaking of Peruna Robert Down fag the famous tragedian sayat Yon may notice that persons In poor health always find the heat moat Intol erable this I avoid by using Peruna I know by the thermometer that the weather Is hot yet I have felt the heat lean this Rammer than ever I findPerunapreventatlve against ell sudden summerIlia flatswoop upon one In changing climates and water It la the finest traveling companion and safeguard against malarial influences The cooling action of Peruna on the mucous membrane makes It Invaluable to actors and singer l1li it does away with that tendency to sudden hoarseness so apt to ovortako one on emerging from GENERAL NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems The Rev J F Milbank pastor of the Episcopal church at Owensboro has decided to retire from the pulpit go on the stage Sixteen warship will commence a six days attack on the defenses ofI Washington and Baltimore June order demonstrate the strength or weakness of some particular parts of the defense According to official records in Washington there is no perceptible I abatement in the demand for the I extension of the rural free delivery service There are pendidg 4708 petitions for new service- S e William J Bryan as trustee for the late Philip Sherman Bennett of Connecticut has sent Gov Beckham a check for 400 for the Kentucky State College it being a part of the 10000 left by Mr Bennett to be given to col leges to be invested in a prize fund a a According to a Washington story Justice Harlan is said to have expressed a desire to from the RepubIlicmKentucky with the intention of rounding out his career as Governor of his native State Life The poets exclnmation0 Life I Iiorselves are among the most unfortunate They do not live but exist for 1 to live implies moro than to be To live is to be well and strongto arise LITTLEI i a hot dressing room to a draught stageTo sum It up Peruna has done m more good than May tonic I have ever taken Robert Downing JDr JIarlmin watbe first phyglciaa in the United States to accurately describe systemic catarrh Bis remedy Parana the only systemlo catarrh rem eay yet devised is now known allover the civilized world Write for a copy of Dr Hartmans- isteetbookentlttedChronioCatarrh Address Dr Hartman Pre ldentf f The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio All corresponpenco held strictly con fidential feeling equal to the ordinary duties i of the day and to retire not overcome by themto feel life boundiNg- in the veins A medicine that has made thousands of people men and women well and strong has accomplisher a great work bestowing the richest blessings and that medicine is Hoods Sarsaparilla The weak rundown or debilitated from any cause should not fail to take it It builds up the whole system changes existence into life and makes life more abounding We are glad to say these words in favor to the readers of our columns HERBERT June bHenry Beavens and family were the guests of Mr and Mrs Grant Midkiff Sunday Quite a number of visitors attend ed church here Sunday they were as follows Lee Hawkins and wife of Whitesville Miss Nicholas Walton Bruner of Blackford Prof and Mrs Robert Harrison of Floret Misses Gray Bruner Michael Miller and Eunice Bruner of Owensboro John Wright and Amos Kay of Roseville Willie Haynes Ben Swope Al Phillips and wife and Clellon Crowe of Etna Miss Bulah May of Whites ville Miss Annie Gardener of Stan ley James Berry and wife of Pelt vileIMrs Emma Miller is dangerously ill with Neuralgia of the the heart Mrs Sarah Chambers of Cham bers is spending this week with her son at this place Miss Mabel Miller visited relatives at Walnut Grove Monday Mrs Maggie Burdettwent toPell ville Saturday to visit Mrs John Burdett who is very low with conisumption James Phillips of Walnut Grove filled his weekly appointment at this place Sunday Miss Mag Skuner is pn the sick list 1f 4 d n N 1 l DOMESTIC TRAGEDY f I DISband and Wife Quarrellei 6110 Times in 14 Years a fflusband Made Note of Each Spat and can now Ttll What Each one was About IIi the vicinity of Augusta Georgia lives a farmer by name John Mad sett who has applied to the courts ofGeorgia to release him from the gang bonds of matrimony on tin lTtmd of incompatibility of temper During the fourteen years of Ihwr conjugal relation Mr Madgetl mates affidavit that he and his wife haw quarrelled 6110 times MrI Itadgett is thus statistically precis Muse from the very day the preacher tried the knot he kept a domestic dairy with a possible view to future divorce contingencies Having thus acted as the historian of the little damestic infelicities that we wont to sometimes ripple even the placid surface of true love Mr ladgett is enabled to furnish his lawyer with a tabulated classificatior of the sources and nature of these divers and sundry conjugal spats Jtseerri from Mr Madgett record tint the period of his double bless arhress was fruithful of 430 quarrels ayear to strike a yearly average tthe imposing araate which gives an average of a quarrel a day ahd some to spuare It appears from the concrete re cj ord that the most prolific sources of strife in the lladgett household has teen late meals 1589 scraps are duly entered on this common score of domestic unpleasantness Next in the sad list is Because she asked for money 1241 Because she was chided for tracking mud on the kitchen floor caused 821 scenes in the kitchen Because he snored raised 423 noctual disturbances and her soring addded 136 to the list 115 times they said hard things at rich other because she ripedseams with his razor and 163 times he demonstrated his displeasure because the did not make dumplings with the thicken stew Her cold feet at night mused him to raise tbe roof 123 times and 54 times they exchanged heated words and sticks of stove wood because she sold the eggs the lutter and bought calico dress pat Terns with the proceeds Forty three times there was trouble be cause she laughed gleefully when he stubbed his toe on the rocking chair in the dark and 41 times because he neglected to cut his nails I Finger or toe not started Because He broke platts brought on 136 dis putes Because hitlent hurt him OUK ed 17 because he wouldnt quay rt418 and because the clock ran down 11 Six times they quarrelled tecniwu he woullnt rn to ch ureh and four times each because she threw his pipe into the at ne and be CWIBO ahu wore red ribbons on her pat Thoy had three quarrels be i came the hue smelled like onions i and three because he made coffee witjiout an egg in it Twice they quarrelled bcauie it rained and twice bocaui she sav the moon over i her left shoulder There were also single or singular i qimrreto quarrels wvr a specifice i tiubjeot and whuh nut admitting of eiaMiftcxlion lhv w up only in the scattering column Some of the subject over which they quarrelled uoc ate there because the hind i inns leg was broken because the nor choaked on a raw turnip be cause the canary bird died because Bryan was not elected imesident be cause hI was not a Baptist because tho house swelled of cabbage bt caiiBe the horse ran away IIIcnu t- Germany wouldnt give up Al acl1 Lorraine because a dost howled bt eauae t od made Eve out of one of ulanfc ribs because alligators lay tap because Solonwn had 1000 ttivoa and no err concubines bti lance tile Mormons uiv not Indiana taisuue pineapples d not grow in the creek because he shot the pig because she sat down on his hat and Wcause they had no chidren I A Hotel YarnIctethau1M The fat drummer over hotel desk and grabbed the first pfeco of paper he could lay his hands e1 began to lijriin ti his expend m unt for th itline still blip edtobea cu hlnlanlllw irgan pen iJiUK loss Igurs the aI 30 column First he jotted down 1Ii 0 for buggy hire then 15 cents stamps 35 cents for car fare 160 far express charges 50 cents for trunks straps 5 cents for paper and quarter for a messenger Down at the bottom as an afterthought he put 40 and wrote beer after it Well at 330 in the morning there was trouble and plenty of it The night clerk supposed of course that the calls had been left in the ordi nary way and while he was a little surprised that so many guests should want to get up at such an unearthly hour he told the boys to wake Nos 150 15 35160110 50 ii and 25 and cany a quart of beer to No 40 which happened to be occupied by a Methodist minister thats all Bilious Bill the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him if you shook him When his slumbers overtook himISuddenly he started waking breakingIEARLY RISERS that the answer Z Wayne Griffin R Bro m Do a Snake Eat Grass I want you to submit a question and settle a controversy for me Is a snake a vegetarian Does he eat fruits herbs roots and the like Some say that he eats nothing but rds insects Sc The observer takes great pleasure in putting the question and here is hoping that some one who known will answer promptly The question in plain old North Carolina English is Do a snakeI eat grass FIRST AMERICAN FLAGI Various Designes Recommended But Final Selection was Made by Gen WasblnltonI The first American flag was adopted by the great and general court of the Massachusetts colony and was a white ground upon it the words An appeal to Heaven This was intended for the navy but was usedI to some extent on the land Gen Washington designed flag for the use of the army which was thirteen strips of the English union jack This was raised over his army January 1 1776 at Cambridge Mass and the next day planted on Pros pect Hill Somerville Mass where now stands a monument in its honor This was used by the army for some six months After the declaration of independence a national flag was wanted and a committee was appointed for the purpose Many de signs were presented One was a circular chain each link grasped by nhandand in the center a pine tree indicating by the tree liberty links of the chain strength in unity by the hands we will defend it An other was a white ground with a beaver upon it indicating industry This was thought not to be signifi cant enough Another was a sun andanother a moon but these were I thought to smack a Mohammedan 11 ism A cross was presented ThisI was declared to be a symbol of arty and besides being on the En glish flag they wanted all the EnIlish out of it It was rove thirteen strips seven red six white and leave canton to Gener i al Washington lie suggested a tae which was satisfactory to the ommittee and was adopted by con i I gress June 14 1777 Gen Washing tool the plan of Betsy Ross who had skillfully done sewing for him and hud a reputation for skilled needle verb When she looked the Ie ner that Washington had dmwnI she noticed that the stars were six minted and flatly refused to made iit if the stars were to be sixpointed When asked her reason she said that j Ia six pointed star was a sight to leraldry and that the stars in the lay always looked as if they were Lye pointed Taking a piece of pa I Iper sho folded it and with one clip j of the scissors she cut a fivepointed tar and presented it to Gen WashI ngton This so pleased the commit j teo that the flag was made as she desired it It remained so far eigh i eon years when it wits changed in 795 to fifteen strips mud fifteen f j tars the designed of Senator Brad- ay of Vermont In 1818 it was j hanged again to thirteen strips and j wenty stars with a star to be added fr each state on the 4thof July ucceeding the admission of such Late and this is the flag of today IAftAZING FEATS i Of Women Spies Employed by the Russian Government Tit IIIt1 Russian history during the last W or 30 years would not have blen what it has been if there hud hlln ho Vera Sassulitch of whom nothing is heard in these days When the famous General Trepoff was only at the beginning of his career she wa his invaluable assistant Trepoff was the detested enemy i f the Nihilists and he was very anxioi to obtain inside information as to their doings and their plans SUllI dently one day in 187S he was firtd at whilst daiving through the streets of St Petersburg by no other than by the soldiery and was charged with attempted murder of Trepot being treated in the ordinary manner but to the amazement of the public she was acquitted On her release the Nihilists gathered about her desiring to admit such a friend of the people to their closest acquaintance In this way she was admitted to all their private circle and was made acquainted with their secrets These she at ance communicated to the Russian Governmen the truth was that the whole business including the attempt on hio life was faked b Treqoff himself and it was simply a clever ruse to get from the Nihilists what could not be got in any other way Thereaf Vera Sassulitch played the part of Government spy on innumerabl accasionThere succeeded her as the Czals chief spy one Emma Bellomo whl became the Countess dolla Torn She was a woman of great mental ability and boundless ambition and when her husband died she offere services as special secret agent the Czar and soon became indi pensable to the Russian court Wherever a document had to be secure she secured it and she allowed nothing not even a life to stand in Illr way By one remarkable and roinati coup early in her career she obtainl11 the unbounded confidence of theiznr Information had been received b the Russian Secret Police that a plot against the monarch was being hatch ed conjointly in Rome and Paris It was suspected that the plot was to b carriedout through the instrument ality of a high official of the Czar household but all efforts to identif him failed Thereupon this woman spy was put on the scent and she at once went to Rome where she ingratiated herself with the Nihilists mill at last foundout the name she wanted Sh returned in haste to St Petersburg and informed the Czar of what she had discovered but he refused to be lieve heras the man named was one of his closest attendants and most intimate friends Then exclaimed the Countess must prove to your Maj esty that what I tell you is true Ir half an hour I must crave permission t see you again When she left the T ar she at once sought out the fker in question and handel over him a pscknge of paper impress ling upon him that on no account t he allow them to leave his per son keep them with you she nit On your noble person they ire safe in my hiding place they may be found Her fascinations were too much for the officer and he agreed She then returned to the Czar and at once said to him I eg that your Majesty will now at once summon this gentleman to your iresence and that you observe loaelv the Counts deportment and features when he sees me at your idesA few minutes later the officer entered the apnrtment and when he saw the Countess with the CZII he realized the state of affairs mil turned pale with terror It is as I informed your Majesty laid the Countess If you will search him you will find the proof It was found in one of his riding wots The Czar ordered that he should be exiled to Siberia for life but there was a general impression hat he was murdered in his cell When Japs Lostat Sea Probably most newspaper renders iiv unaware that the United States ace fought a naval battle with Ja pan in which the Japanase were not ictors The American force commanded by David S McDougal con isted of the Wyoming a second lass 720ton sloop carrying six guns ThE Japanese had three improvised warships converted merchantmen yt mounting 20 guns among them I These were aided by seven land fort with thirty guns of the best type or the time The action fought July 10 18J2 lasted just one hour At the end of that time the Jujus didnt have any warships left und the seven forts had retired from business The I Wyoming was a little shattered but still in the ring A Foarful FateIIt is a fearful fate to have to en dure the terrible torture of Piles II can truthfully say writes Henry Colso ofi onville la that for Blind Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns and injuries 25c at 71Vayne Griffin fi Bro druggist m The Difference- Ah said the man who was given to moralizing Death come alike to the richman and the poor manExcept replied the observant man that in the former case it is usually accompanied by reporters 0 Tho Salvo That Penetrates DeWitts Wicth Hazel Salve gene trates the pores of the skin anti by its antiseptic rubifocient and heal ing influence itsubdues inflammatior and cures Boils Burns Cuts Ecxemr Tetter Ring Worm and aH 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 Co and Sold by 7 Wayne Gaiflin S Bro IRelievedchap Im in money badly and havent the least idea where I can get it hearIyou me ForCoughsCroupWhoopingCough The Chllrdens Favorite j etc One Minute Cough Cure is theI childrens favorite This is because it contains no opiate is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Subscribe for Tnt RKITUIICAN 1 4L o L U M B I A cur rljjlniU out nrtviilcd uslcnl rllllnnfc ttructlvu NIt N11 tIXInIxINNININ1111111X1IIIIIIIf It1111 VOYAGE OF BLUNDERS Rojestvenskys Trip Likened ti That of the Spanish Armada Like the famous fiasco of the In vincible Armada sent out by Spain in 158S to conquer Englund and force it to accept the Catholic reli glen the voyage of Admiral Rojest venskys great fleet from the Baltic Sea to the Korean Strait has been u cruise of blunders Leaving the Baltic in October last the Russian fleet had hardly got well under way ion its 15000 mile journey before was trouble The North Sea incidentso called firing on British trawlers in the North Sea almost involved Great Britain in war with the Czar That hardly had been averted when other woes followed Hampered by time older patcheelup vessels and by many merchantmen carrying coal and other supplies Rojestvensky made slow progress For days and for weeks even not a line of news from his fleet could be had Finally it was learned he had an chored in an open roadstltloff Mada gascar where he was drilling his crews pending the arrival of the second squadron lie effected a junction with this second batch of ships and later was joined by a third squadron On March 15 last he left Madagascar waters and disappeared until April 10 when he was report ed sis passing Singapore He passel into the China Sea with his entire fleet and then began a game of hide and seek with French ports as refuges for the Russians that again threatened international complications Saigon Honkohe Bay and Kant rank Bay all neutral places were useel freely by Rojestvensky in the latter part of April and early in May while he drilled his crews re paired damages done by typhoons- look on stores and recoaled from the colliers Little news leaked out one of the most sensational bits be ing a report of a great battle on April 12 and one somewhat later o Gold IXIIIIx the capture e f several colliers by Jar panEver since the Russians entrance into the China Sea the worlds greatest sea tight has been expected Togo is known to have been practically in touch with his enemy through scout ships every since the Russian Admiral posse Singapore Tin Japanese protests about Rojestvin sky using French ports even before the news hud leaked out that he had anchoreel therein conclusively prow 49 eel this Rojestvensky had no chance eif eluding Togo if the latter wanted to light tremendous advantage the latter possessed in his tried crews and proven ships overbalance the expertssaid the Russians prepon derance in battle ships The heterogeneous character of the Russian armaela too was be lieveel to be a factor against Rojest vensky The speedof his fighting ships wits restricted to that of his colliers while the hitters bottoms are so dirty after months in tropical and semitropical waters that they could not nearly make their maxi mum speeel having been restored to health by simple means after suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that I dreaded disease Consumption is anx ious to make known tet his fellow sufferers the means of cure To p- those who desire it he will cherfully sold free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all I throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remeely as j it is invaluable Those desiring time prescription which will cost them nothing und may prove a blessing will please address Rev Eelwarel A Wilson Brooklyn New York J2ry Away Back Youve hud a long experience as a politician pa Olives my son lean rinem Lien when there was harmony in times eme eratic party Line Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup BalsamIAmerican Pharmacal Co Mfg Chemists Evansville Ind UINUIuuuuIIUIi I clumhia r BEST 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lXh IwN opa X Isorr 44c4 o C a cz ac 4- fr i QC I I JDOGS AS DETECTIVER 1 Cats and Monkeys Have Also Played the Part of Policemen I Irersnti a Wivkly l The Paris correspondent of a Lon iron newspaper recently told tho story of a monkey that actedas a policeman A thief named Leballet entered by night the fowlhouse of nine Mould in of Clichy and was about to retire with a number of dead bird when a huge black form sprang a 4 the throat The thief srieked with terror jftid the householder opened her windot- smv u monkey property of he neighbor in the strangling him The animal was driven off and th thief badly injuried conveyed to hospital The owner of the monkey after y A wards declared to an interviewer that the animal had been trained to fly at any suspicious character who I appeared near the house after dark It had once it appeared attacked overzealous policeman who entered the yard to look for possibly burg tarsi The German Volkszeitung recent ly published still more remarkable instance of animal smartness A dresden doctor named Werner was stunnedland bouned by burg lars when asleep his keys taken and his safe ransacted As the attack j was muffle in the dark he failed of course to describe his assailants I I lIotlcell1proposed to give it 111IA few days later two men wer arrested on suspicion They had been seen in the neighborhood f the doctors house but sis none of time stolen goods were traced the case seemed weak i The police suggested thatthe dog might recognize them The 4 awere mixed up with a suspectsI other prisoners and one by men defiled through a room in which the dog waited in chance of a de tective The first three men the dog sniffed at but otherwise ignored When the fourth prisoner appeared grow led fiercely and attempted to seize him by the trousers He wasI one of the suspects The other was recognized in the same way The men were retained in custody IlndI finally furtherevidence was obtained which led to their convictions During the severe fogs of last Christmas a London newspaper cribed how a mweing cat had led passerby into a lane where a lost child was carving bitterly In 1S90 a malicious visitor gave poisoned nuts to two monkeys in the St Petersburg Zoological Gardens The monkeys because seriously illi but recovered A policeman put on duty at the cage to preven further outrage and catch the culprit in cases he renewed his attempt A fortnight after his appointment he noticed that on an innocentlook a ing old gentleman approaching the cage the two recovered monkeys grimmaced fieacely and flew at theI barsIPlaskin He admitted having pois oned the monkeys The excise at officials Posen ini f Eastern Germany have a dog train I J ed to detect illicit distilleries which flourish in many villages- A mixture of either forbidden b law is drunk by many persons instead of brandy and the Posen dogs acute sense of smell enables it to dcI tect the cottages where the volatil- liquidI is being prepared Elsass X the dog im iestion has several pup ll pies all of which are being taught their parents profession Dogs are used in many countrie to detect smuggling On the Austria shores of the Adriatic a considerable contraband trade is being 1 done in Italian and Levantine goods and many smugling expeditions are foiled by canine vigilance At intervals of a mine or so alon the coast are kneels which have dogs taught to bark loud on the appear f I once of boats at night When the wind is blowing on shore it is said that these animals custom officers t tr can Select a boat a mile from land however dark the night BerI actually captured a murderer A cbtJI 4k h a = I LILIES OF HEALTH AND BEAUTY LJlyIaiiKtrynnpninforcer me to the trtttli that Ube foundation every succcs fur life in Food health that the key stone to physical beauty is perfect physical health A sick woman cannot be a beautiful woman nor eau she be nttytliinir but what we Knplisli call n x spirited woman To a great extent a womans beauty l measured by her h her health Work Sunshine Kxcrcfse Water and Strip Main NourichinK Food Iots cf ArondU Happy Contented Spirit 4Ibcrc an M old true1 IA epiriltOne great secret of youth and beauty for the young woman or the mother is the proper undcmtandini of her womanly sys younSg lhtrI lIch for ill tallce AeThe 1eopleii Common ceectnil+ or odICii iloyki i of Acme 1 Concordia ririih tifhlswlfeltaprNenaantsI of your wonderful Favorite Inxrlyllwt ami AM the Gulden Medical Discovery I fiuil that your trmnlica past done more oat than all the other Hut I have nsrd thought my wlfewmdddltatllmrhumremRule to ay through you id ollr medicine we have a fine tltlghtlnllsftYee my wife RoltiK about with n baby She in able to her Ioahyllhoulanyndngaefotetobtgyourmefirine was lit Ian and now hr In weighing 15 Ib She only uwtt la bottles of your nirUlclne motherinlaw aho my titter here been- euN entirely of uterine trouble by your IA vorite Prttcriutlou1 tnveler on the famous pass was mur tiered in the snow by an Italian navy lone of the dogs sent out for the pur pose of succording snowbound way farers came upon the corpse Instead or returning to the hospice he pursued the assassin several miles along the road and biting his wasei unable to proceed The St Bernard mounted guard over him and waited until the came and ar huvIIng CaIe senfes of smell and completely de range the whole system when entering it through the mucuous surface Such articles should never be except on proscriptions from table physicians as the damage the will do is ten fold to the good can possibly derive from them Halls CaUiarh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is internally acting directly upon th mucous surface of the system 1 buying Halts Catarrh Cure be sure takeninby F J Cheney Co Testimonals free Sold by Druggists Price 75c per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m Earthttele graph circuit in the world has been in operation for over a year on the the lines of the IndoEuropean Telegraph Company between London andTeheran Persias capital This circuit is 4000 miles in length and in seaIautomatic system of transmission antI reception is empleyed on the circuit transmitting messages at th rate of eighty to 400 words a minute w Chasey after health from one extreme of faddism to another when if they would eat boweles 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 drugstore guaranteed m Variability What is your idea of a bappy marriageA husband and an Eskimo famig fied with the weather CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 6lgltatar of u t no I ODD EXPERIENCE Had by Young Telegraph Opera tor Who Received Queer Warnings I iMIlWNIlkm SiHlllUrl I was once a telegraph operator in the employe of the Chicago Northwestern Railroad at andI 1Wis said Edward H Carleton cently But an experience I hit lone night up m that town when I was but a mere boy drove me ou lOUt of the business and I have neI- pounded brass key since I was the night operator goin to work at 7 in the evening an remainingon duty until Toclock the next morning I seldom had to take any train orders and my chief dut was to report the passing o trains to the dispatcher So the long hours used to pass night after night without incident and I be come so lonesome that I uesd to run into the woods near by and yell just to hear a human voice One morning about two ocl lc just after the limited had gone and 1 was sitting dozing in my chair the sounder clicked my office call four or five times and then I jumped to the to the key and answered There came to my ears in slow measured I and almost solemn Mrose this warn ing Thy sin will find thee out Every 15 minutes through the long night the Biblical threat was peated and as it was not signed I ha no means of identifying the sender At 5 oclock in the morning the un known sent The wages of sin is deathIHe sent no warnings but the perience so searched me boy that was that white faced and trembling I wired the dispatcher that I hadJ quit took the first train to ette told paid a board bill that I owed in that town I had a vague ide that some occult agency had been at work to tell ma that my hour of doom was approaching and the un paid board bill was the only sin of omission or commission that I could recollect I have never touched a key since that night thioperator at g deruwas a prophet of ed similar warning to every operator on the division 1Furious Fighting GeranI had a bitter battle with chronic stomach and liver trouble but at diseasessuse I unhesitatingly recommend them to all and dont intend in the future to be without them in the house TheyI are certainly a wonderful medicine all have cured such a bad case amine s Sold under guarantee to do the same for for you by Z Wayne Griflin3 Bro druggist mITogos Lesson Oitnutun IlrrCBluntly put the lesson Togo theI victorious admiral in the Korean Straits gives to the world is simply get busy stay at it and say noth ing This remarkable man was born in a heathen nation according to the Christian acceptance of the term aleschool relentless school of hard work hard fighting tort close observation of men and things If all reports concerning his life work his training his methods anti achievements be true this shortt statured greybearded grimvis aged serious taciturn heathen thicbulldog of the Japanese navy sea devil patriot and citizen of another civilization has brought a message COVIersea and be a living gospel to all men j of all nations be they heathen or I Disease takes no summer vacation If you need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for free sample SCOTT A BOW E ChemUti- 40M1S PurlStreet w Vcrk soc Ana root all diudgla4 fol1j L4ffi d j Christian and Togos gospel is the gospil of work Hjs record shows he was the Incarnation of labor He was never idle He allowed none about him to be so He thought j much timid talked little His country never called upon him but that he was prepared His long pictures goer immortal career establishes the supreme fact that he was always prepared With a navy of less strength and byda alert brilliant strategist and idol of tithe greatest empire on which the sun shone shattered his seemingly invincible armada scattering it like winters withered leaves and send disI He was always on watch When Russia was guessing where Itojcst Stffigures and unmeaning lines on singular shaped maps to figure out the prospective route their admiral would take in a given instance this man Togo could have sent them a thatk necessary And this has been his whole course throughout this war as well as that of his compatriots What is the real reason this simple sincere singlehearted heathen and his fellow heathens have been able to confound the most stupen dous nation on the globe Why i it he and they have reversed all prediction overwhelmed every force seaIthreatens now to shatter a throne and hurl an empire into confusion The answer is action simple decisive prompt action wornIbraggadocio against the new ag gressive singlehearted it was bad molII triumphed as it will ever triumph This is the lesson of the hour Torture of a Preacher The story of the torture of Rev 0 DOOIC pastor of the Baptist church or Harpersville N Y will interest you He says I suffered pursuenteI e from the gripI 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 cough and saved me from consump tion A great cured for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs At Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggists price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial Bottle free m Cables to Japan Costlyr inIdicatC1stepped briskly to the cable office t in the corridor of a Fifth avenue hotel and offered a long cablegram I think that will cover the cost he saidin pure English laying down more than 700 in bills of large de I nomjnnUon The receiver for the cable company counted the words figured for a few minutes rep J ferring repeatedly to the book on the desk He counted the money nodded and said Exactly right I sir thank you A Commercial reporter who was standing near asked Do you have like that at this of ficeIOh yes The Washington lega thisthotelwhen in town and we get a JapaneseIdispatch figured to a cent and pay cash The cables are in They might be good read ing now that the war is getting in teresting again iIKotol Dyspepsia Cure classes of food tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs Cures Dyspepsia Indig ertion Stomach Trouble and makes rich red blood health andStltl1gthlKodol Dyspepsia Cure out tissues Gov G W Va says I have used a onl of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia and have found it to be a very effective and indeed a powerfui remedy I for stomach ailments I recommend it to friends Sold by Z Wayne + Griffin BroICASXOnXAatJean Hame llwals Bowl 8 thecthU+ I i itce Time Kind You Have Ahvnyo Bought and which has been in uso for oer 30 years has porno the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in tills All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgoml me but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Childrcu Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare- gorIc Drops nod Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotla fasubstnncc Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over30 Years THe OINTAUB COMPANY TT MURRAY TKItT pew bona CRY Harris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller of the AgerWhy Because Itcures completely and atonee It relieves the ling of n living death All cares of Ilea con be cured by n surgical operation hut you would rattier hate Pilot cured without the kulfe HAUItlS POSITIVE PlLECLnB will do It Made only by the- LeitchdeldlharuincalColnei Fortaleby J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky ARKMFC9 EDUCATIONI lilmtely neccHiy 10 the jxwng roan ni yuat XVIIIIUM v w ul I Utu euecrelu lile Tuio beiug couoeiod it is ot firPt inuiirHiice s v nrrioingat the rchuol that stand in tij very tniit rkBRYANT STRATTON Business College N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Seven experienced teachers each one a tpodfd SHORTHAND i + I hip lim Write for n beautiful book giriag TYPEWRItINCPitllielJrow graduates occupying prominent Plii Inv IIIvrr the Uui i Htit will be mailed to you FREE ScGtoal I IIII 1111 t HUT S inli + c H Miipr at nny tituc E J WRIGHT President 1 rlA GOOD EYE A STEADY HAND AND A Btevent Rifle Pistol or Shotgun fnnii a fcucceufol shot cvf ry amt Stevens armS an lloblouMUcUt EOfJ run that let et tboIuWyrerkctAit youf dealeraaj IniUtl Illustntalauloe Ills a on our looJ Il ya ese of tidy Iefertae- aMWIt sod apr m sal lonn- Psum rill shr IJ In the st- rNaa e pat cfthortin Muled arptoflrkeLrtcenn IotumrolrIvadrMel J STEVENS ARMS O TOOL CO- I O Boi JTO ClllCOrniJ FALLS MAss USA THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in it firstclass manner l Low One Wad ColoniJt Rater Via I Big Four Route To- ICALIFORNIA j WASHINGTON I OREGON IDAHOI j MONTANA- UTA- HI I I Intcrmcellnto territory TIckclM on lime Melt I to May IK For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on 3ftIdress the undersigned WAititeN J LYNCH n ItT A- ttnelunutl Obis S J OATKH Jtnernl A vent Inol vMlf Ky I ftodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ++++++++++++++++++ +++++++ y+ + ++++ 4++ FEMACURA tMany remedies fur Female Dlneawanrt on the market but tffa only one that hit proven to Ie iii nbolnl and lositirs cure or all turin of Female Trouble iiFr IIoCUIIJ A single triAl will rUUTlace the most rkeptlcul of It almost ml lodeoolylrtheGE1rC11F1LLDnllAnlUCtLCOi J H WILLIAMS Hartford K Hartford Republican hingCompaoCr INroaroa io- i t C K NMIIIJllnrtJiCtCpno a- CuznbJlnc534t oulrh a1v1 C2 FRIDAY JUNE 9 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET I FOIl ItElKESKXTATlVK CHARLES C BEARD FOR COUNTY JUllUK- VI B TAYLOR f rOKCOUSTT COURT CIKIIK W S TINSLEY FOR COUNTY ATTOKNUV- K M WOODWARD Iron SIIEIUFF R B MARTIN von JAILER p OSCAR MIDKIFF FOIt SUIKIUSTEXDKXT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DaWEESE FOR tSESSOn- l SAM W LEACH FOIlsrilEYOU NATHANIEL MOXLEY FOR COHOXEIl r JEROME ALLEN Examine the label on your paper t f it is not correct notify us I I If you want to know how muc your subscription bill is consult the tag on your paper The date there given is the time to which youI have paid The number of years from then until the present is the number of dollars you owe usiNEW YORKS breach of promise suit for 250000 bids fair to overshadow Nan Patterson entirelyI IT is an open question as to who is really sitting on the lid in Philade- phis Nobody seems to be able hold it d9wn IT been demonstrated thatj the Russian warships can beat e Japanese in one direction at least toward the bottom IOWA physicians are compelled bylaw to cut their beard Ordinarily it would be more satisfactory to pa tients if they would cut their bills OHIO county taxpayers can easily see the long ears of graft protrud a ing from the lions skin of reform The taxrate is ten per cent higher this year than for five years THAT Oklahoma woman who ac cuses her husband of stealing 1800 from her bustle had no other alternative It would not do to accuse any other man of the theft JIM and a few of the other Hat ylsea have again been arrested on the charge of murder Now if theyv were only placed in jail and kept there assassination would soon beJ come a lost art in Breathitt W AN emusin Wiscon sin has perfected liquid one drop of which will turn a glass of ice on water into purest beer It will be a great snap when a man can carr the elements of a barrel of beer in his hip pocket = TuiHK are many who emphasize the fact that Mr Cortelyou h gained prominence by keeping ass mouthshut They are respectively reminded that Mr Bryan is an evi dence that there are other ways achieving that end- Iterml4lctNs continue to add strength to the ticket by nominating good and substantial men for Mag istrates and Constables A weeks ago Cromwell District us W P Miller for Magistrate and It M Young for Constabl- Last Saturday Sulphur Springs did it in great style by giving us W S Dean for Magistrate and Waite- Miclkilr for Constable while only la- I Monday Centertown came forward with two excellent gentlemen Her bert Render for Magistrate and WIH Hill for Constable This splen dM array ofond citizens will mat a M nrv tMtt ami tb moHi excellent tkvt for county r I ofiiceswill in turn help the candi for District offices in fact the party has drawn winning cards in every hand PLEASANT RIDGE June 7The ice cream supper given by the Willing Helpus Society Saturday night was quite a success There was a large crowd present and everyone had a fine time The proceeds will be given for the benefit of the new church Westerfield Bros have their new saw mill in running shape now a are cutting the lumber for the new bankThe A S of E met Saturday ternoonbeing present a large croft Mr Kirk and sister of Habit spent Saturday and Sunday with Luther Johnson and family Dr and Mrs Tichenor are visiting relatives at Centertown this week John Davis who is at the bedside of his father G L Davis of Glen ville was at home Saturday night He returned Sunday Messrs Claude and Oscar Shultz of Narrows visited Dr and Mrs Shultz last week Miss Ada Williams is visiting relatives and friends at Andersonville this week Miss Lizzie Mae Veatch visited friends here this week Small Skillman of Owensboro visited his mother Mrs Kate Skill man a few days last week Mrs Ethel Bartlett is visiting friends and relatives in Owens biMissspent Saturday with Miss Nora Davis Mr Steve Tucker and sister Nuckols visited Mrs Kate Williams Saturday and Sunday spehTichenor andfamily Miss Georgia Skillman has gone to Owensboro to attend the commence ment at the Owensboro College Mrs G D Westerfield is on the sick list Death of Mrs Wade Mrs Wade of White Oak 111 died near Render on May 30 last tt hi on a visit to her parents Mr as Mrs G W Burton Catoand when her relatives here lost all pe of her recovering they hurriedly telephoned to the husband and ch dren to come at once but the me sage failed to reach them in time andalthough the remains were he as long as possible the husband as dayd children did not reach here until the after the funeral And the scenes at the parent home after their ar B rival were heartrending the of the husband and chidren was reTheIBeaverWife mother daughter sister So heaven we know shes gone And there well meet to part no more When our work on earth is done L F Centertown District Convention The delegates frolrt the various precincts in Centertown Mag siterial district met at Centertown 5th and was called to order by H Hill Whereupon S A Bratch M erandE M Kimmel were elected Chairman and Secretary respectively w Motion caried to appoint a committee resolutions The following res olution were reported and adopted Resolved That we indorse the at AyersofWhy is it 0 that Ayers Hair I Vigor does so many remarkI at able things Because it is a hair food It feeds the hair puts new life Into it The haire Vigore IiAndcomestdWhen r Ant nidi Ayert Hair Vigor Iialr was about all gray now It li a mybE rich hl ThAlaATCRCOAll JGray Hairj HoodsSarsaparilla is unquestionably the greatest blood and liver medicine known It positively and permanent cures every humor fro Pimples to Scrofula It the Best Blood Medicine nilaction of the precinct cbnvention- which lyonllagisd1VJIJ31UUII CHVUJUI 11V further congratulate the successful candidates and heartily pledge them lour support P ASIUYM IcR W SMITH Mr H H Davis in a pointed talk ttithdretvintheinterestofllrS1 i Render whereupon Mr Render reo ceived the unamious vote of the convention In like manner Mr W H Hill received the unamious vote of the convention for constable SA BIJATCIIEU Chmn- E lI KIM IEL Secy y BEDA June tiCrops are needing sal n in this section and business is very good A E Ross Centertown has opened a drug store here and is ready for Several from here attended per vices at Nocreek Sunday slentfYard Walter Parks Southerland visited SaturdaDry Misses Clara Bennett and Mary Parks returned from Owensboro Saturday Willie Newcomb of the Washing ton neighborhood is very ill eiceSaturday night and all sport a pleasant time betteril I iting his parents here returned toImpaign 111 last Friday Mrs Bettie lies who has been sick for several days is improving Ispreachat the Methodist church Sun Ellis and wife of near Hartford spent Saturday night with Mrs A C Ellis and Sunday with T Greer and wife Isaces here W Q Parks went to Hartford Iisson Miss Flora Baird of the Chappell neighborhood is spending the week with her gsandmother Mrs W B Tichenor e WHITESVILLE June GMrs Livia daughter Halley spent Saturdays night and Sunday with relatives at cHenry A crowd of young folks from here tClmellceford visited relatives here last I 1IorrisonPellville AfonettyAioJohn 1 tMrs John Smith Horse Branch spent Sunday here with Dr Wed and famil 1BcPellville with the formers par entst1iIItives 411 1Tuesdayschool II 1 License to Wed The foil wing permits to wed have 1 granted by County Clerk M S j since our last report Shelby Wallace Nocreek ago 40 years to Oma McKcrnan Center town age 24 years Ira L Murphey I JKIrkr 4 PROGRAM lOf the TwentyFourth Annual Commencement of Hartford 161905misSTUDIES IN LITERATURE Tuesday evening at 8 oclock Instrumental I solo Miss Cassie Riley Literature of the Victorian Age hiss Winona Stevens The Power of StoryandSongMissMary Keown College Paper part firstsMiss Wil e Smith in unitnun ooiu mis f Pearl Thomas Heroines of History i Miss Annie Patton The Mission of the AngloSaxon McDowell Fogl Vocal Sola Miss Florence Morton Paper part second Miss Katie homas The City of our Ideals iss Lillie Miller Music duet Misses Woerner and Nail Tb Development of the English Novel Miss Mamie Shown Paper part third Miss Lena Miller Instrui mental Solo Miss Nail i MUSICAL Wednesday evening by Misses W cr ncr and Nail ALUMN- IThursday i evening Opening dressR Holbrook Historian S Gleen The first Lite try SocieI tiesMiss Gibson Original Poem Mrs Carson The New Graduates R E L Simmerman Remarks L N Gray MusicMrs Petrie 1 Mrs Bean Miss Morton Messrs Taylor and CroweG- RADUATING EXERCISES Friday evening at eight oclock Mu sicOrchestra Invocation Rev J li Burnett Music Orchestra Or ution JapanChalles Bennett Music Orchestra Oration Tri umphs of Christian Religion Ceti- evensSt Vocal Solo Miss Florence Morton Address by Rev Frank M Thomas Owensboro Music Or cl DiplomaiJudge Board Farewell to Class Miss T Lillie Miller Benediction Rev It D Bennett I Friday morning June 16 at tl utIIRENDERI June 6Messrs Sam Jennings and Harry Draper were in Hartford I last Wednesday j G W Baize was in Beaver Dam last Wednesday I I Mrs R J Englesb and laugh i ter Miss Madic were in Beaver Dam last Wednesday sonIs visiteheavertG L Miller Cloverport was here last Friday leftea to red atives in Hancock and Brtxkenridge counties Marion Tipton of Rochester vas I here last Friday ILiIhere last Friday Miss Annie Keown Hartford was the guest of Miss Isabel Fair last weekJ M Kelly of McHenry hasae- ceptcil the position as electrician fa the C C I Company at this place S K Salsburg resigned Dan is a good man we wish him much success C L Lang left for Nashville Tenn last Saturday lrs1 E Burden returned to her home in Horse Branch last Sat urday after visiting her son Hardin Burlier Miss Amelia Southard of Prentis IlnrrislRobby Burton left for Ntbo last Sunday for a three months visit among relatives infMessrs Charlie Griffin and Joe is Miller Jr of Hartford were here last Sunday Mrs M H Collins of MemphisiTenn arrived here last be the guest of her sister Mrs McDowell Fair Ceo Tinsley was in Hartford yes terday W S Vfck Owensboro was here yesterday RhodaI f position t as city police last night G W But placeIa of eight days with relatives in Center townIe rs E II Massie and E C Bablmge of Louisville were here t fDavid M was here today Chas Cargal was in Beaver Dam today Chas Carr of Nelson was here to day oAs nABern tEeIto KttI1tr HJ1F tJtrln lh tt to CSIgiitw c SULPHUR SPRINGS June 7 The young people of trsion Saturday evening near Narrows there is no doubt but that the young flt folks all had a nice time Cecil Thompson of this place is visiting relatives and friends in War p ren county this week Miss Cora Magan was the guest of + her niece Mrs Eva Dull Narrows Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Wedding Evansville andltMissof Miss Artie Dun Sunday Mrs Cook Bean and son Charlie visiting near heaver Dam this weekThe Sunday school at Mt Vernon progressing nicely T g THE TIE THAT BINDS j- a ill I 4iat furnishyour t at children as they should be We are doing a safe and sane business and no Frenzied financial state t I eachandour our patternsstay v our aatwill suffice to show you the wisdom of our words and we sure you before hand 4an agreeable surprise at the amount of goods you can buy from us with a little money We are one 1price to all first come first served and all receiving the same courteous attention We have estab aforof money We can handle all the Hay Corn Wool and country produce we can get and will pay t you as high a price for your goods as anyone 4 a tit atitpass an mostfastidious1 complete so make us a visit and let p us save you moneycaClothing and SJ1oesFirst impressions are the most lasting so why not let us you m one our Suits and let it be a 4favorable one We can show you the cheapest the best and the most desirable patterns in Clothes to be found in Ohio county Our line of Shoes is complete in every particular as we are showing andycarry the latest patterns with price to suit allJIJiDrubs r withthirtytution Patent Medicines Toilet Articles Perfumes Paints and Oils in facteverything which tends tICto make a Drug Department complete will be found in our line of goods x ill Groceries tOur Grocery Department is now nearing completion from a thorough 4efJItimcwithusinterestyouYottrt4 fbrrrEdeJI= The brown Mercantile Co I r xvJCcIIonr37fl L aLt 4LQ1iY c aa a t I They Are at Fairs s Wo moan those light coolairy goods that will soon demand this attention of every child lady and 7 4 5 gentleman Anticipating the jump front cool to hot L I r weather wo prepared weeks ago to accommodate our k p 1 patrons by giving the lightest coolest Fabrics tho market ailbrds I Wash Goods Wo are showing tho complotest lino of Wash Goods Organdies White Goods Persian Lawns M Mulls Swisses Etc that we have ever ollered to the buying public No lady clot go through our im menso stock of these goods without being suited s They range in price front fe to 2oc per yard Beau tiful assortment of Laces and Lace allovers to go with them lot our prices Samples sent on rut quest Furnishing Goods II You will find a vast assortment of Underwear or- t tr Ladies and Gentleman tho newest ideas in Silk and 111 Wash Molts for Ladies tho prettiest things in Ho siorv all the latest in Ladies Neckwear the prettiest Fans in Hartford tho biggest Ribbon stock all P 5 shades and prices All these besides many more 1 things in furnishing goods are found right in stock Come lot us slow you through 1Fairs Millinery Decidedly the prettiest and cheapest in Hartford Now arrivals every week Now that the season is considerably advanced we are going to make some prices that should interest every lady in our com munity Come let usslw you the goods and mako you tho prices then wo are sure the trado will bo t i made Lo much stock and too little space to quote you p prices on all our summer Merchandise Wo solicit 4 5 your patronage and ask you to como early and inspect our line Bring us your Wool Eggs Feathers Ginseng Etc Highest prices paid t The Bargain AT Center jMMr e 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 9 Ihlnols Control RailroadTime TableIINctrlti Hniiuil Noil III Hound Nofa2Aoeo7nrn7 xo121dsa1lalnm- No 121111230 m No W doe SM p Ii- iNo102dee2I7pOl NolSl line 040 p in NOTIVI Till RlllI1ItIlCtN will prUll Ire of chnrge Memory Nollces i Obllnnrln Itenolnlloun of llrcprrr iir lotho fxlrnl ol Inn word AliI OT T Ihnl Hiiionnl Ie rlmrK burnt Yale olio per word cnhh In ndvwncp Antrim In eaces ol ISO words will- Ie Iwo rrqulrnl limit nules LolnileyIneut wllli innnn crlpl rlrjr ton in every Instance JI FairsJPrettiest neat Nazareth Waists for children at v Fairs My My that good Fish at City 11 Restaurant You will look well in one of our 10 Spring Suits Buy your Clothing at Fairs Style and prices right v 1 4 l Mr JH Davis Taffy called to see us last Saturday William Hamilton McHenry call ed to see us yesterday 1 See the fine line of Cakes and Crack Itorsat City Restaurant t I AH kinds of sewing machine Sup plies at City Restaurant 1J F Park Olaton was a very f pleasant caller last Friday I 1 IThe newest Hells are at Fairs your Commencement Dress at Fairs J D Myers Olaton was a pleasant caller Tuesday My myI what nice Vegetable Soup City Restaurant Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky 12t12 1See Fairs for dainty Laces Insertion Embroidiries Etc IHot Fish Corn Bread and Coffee at City Restaurant So good those Sweet and Sour PicklesITry Restaurant So nice iIll John H Park Taffy was a very pleasant caller Saturday Fairs 5c and lOc Bargain Basement should interest you Visit it IThose ten dollar Suits you get for five are stunners at Long Co Dr J S Smith McHenry was a very pleasant caller Wednesday They certainly have a swell line of Shoes and Low Cuts at Long Co Everything good to eat at City Restaurant Most uptodate place in Hartford Oh those lovely Fans I must have one for next week At Long Co of course Capt Robert Decker Rockport was a very pleasant caller while in town Monday Mr and MrsR D Walker are the proud parents of a fine new 14 pound boy tern the 4th inst The newest thing in Ribbon ever seen or heard of they are showing at Long S Co Every half yard diff erent colors J I Buster Brown Collars for children at Fairs Thirtyinch White Habutea Wash Silk 50c at Fairs No doubt about Fairs Wash goods I being the prettiest in Hartford forII IThirtysix inch guaranteed Black 100 peryard at Fairs Bring your Hams Wool Eggs Chickens and Feathers to Carson CoThe American Lady Corset with Hose Supporters attached found at FairsMr Nicholas Barrass Taylor Mines was a very pleasant caller Tuesday We have a great assortment of low cut Shoes for ladies and men CARSON Co To cut a long story short our 10 and 12 Spring Suits are dandies CARSON Co We have thin coats for little men for slim and fat men at thin prices CARSON Co Dont forget those nice Steakand Fish Meals at City Restaurant when ni HartfordYou 0 findanything that you might wish for in Thin Dress at Carson Cos IMrs E A Cottrell Pensacola Fla is the guest of her mother Mrs Lucy Hubbard Good Judges of Clothing are buying our 10 12 and 15 Suits on sight CARSON Co I havnt seen anything just like I those new belts they are showing ing this week at Long Co Get your Meals and Lunches when in Hartford at City Restaurant j Everything good to eat 1 Allover Laces and dainty inser IINoeltiesMrs Nancy Daniel Mrs Mary Wilson and Miss Minnie B Wilson Rosine were pleasant callers Tuesday no Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf Mr and Mrs F E Keown wOre the guests of Mrs Keowns parents Mr and Mrs JamesSmith at Noka JI the first of the week WANTED Position as Stenograph er or Bookkeeper Good references if wanted Address Box 514 Owens boro Ky 75000 plants on hand at present Eggs 50 to 100 per Setting E M MILLER McHenry Ky Mr and Mrs J B Wilson return ed Sunday from a few days visit to Mr Wilsons father Mr L M Wilson and other relatives at Prentis Capt J G Keown returned from ibeento the Asylum Mrs Sam Bach and little daugh terFannie will leave the last of the week for Louisville and Chicago to visit relatives for several weeks Its only a question with the La dies what Style Hats they want They know to see Mrs Smith for the latest at Long Co You know where you have been I getting all of the very newest things in Wash Goods just fee what got in this week LONG weveI Commonwealths Attorney Ringo and family are the guests of Mrs Ringos parents Mr and Mrs G T Ryan Schochoh Ky After a few weeks visit to is famI ily here Mr W T Woodward Tuesday for Memphis Tenn where he will engage in contract carpenter workMr and Mrs U S Carson have been the guests of Mrs Carsons parents Mr and Mrs W H Duke near Sunnydaje for the past few daysMrs E L White of Sulphur I Springs Ky Mrs Sam Ceilings and I little daughter spent last Friday with Mrs George D Frishe Anchorage Ky of Louisville Mr Arthur andI son Master Norman Griffin Crawley La arrived in town Monday to be the guests of Mrs Buskills parents Mr and Mrs W II Griffinaml othe relatives and friends Little Miss Mary Render Matan zas is the guest of her sister Mrs C E Smith Mr Walton Potty of Harrisburg Arkansas is the guest of the family of Judge R R Wedding Our highgrade Clothing costs no more than the common kind sold everywhere CARSON Co J E Foglisin- n Owensboro at tending the funeral of his aunt Mrs Kendall whodied there yesterday n Your Hosiery is on display when you wear your lowcut Shoes New patterns in Hosiery hereIJohn B Foster will leave today for St Louis Niangua and Marsh field Mo on a two or three weeks prospecting tour I See those Binders Mowers Hay rakes Cultivators Plows Disc liar rows and Drills now going at cost D L D SANDEUFUU 45UJ Beaver Dam Ky News letters from Centertown and Smallhous reached us yesterday at 2 olock mid at that time we had no room for them We are sorrw to omit them but we had not the room I when arrived j The Hartford and Evansville pack et We Three gave an excursion from Hartford to Rough River locks last Sunday She carried about forty five excursionists all of whom report quite a pleasant trip After spending few days at home here Col C M Barnett accompanied by his sons Masters Alison and Estil left Tuesday for Louisville from there they went to Washington D C They will be absent about two weeksWANTEDTen reliable men to sell Nursery Stock Cash advanced weekly Address High land NurseryCIoverport 45t6 Hon John J McHery and Alfred Eskridge of Louisville Mr Ernest Eskridge and Mrs Thomas Watkins Owensboro and Mr Guy Williams Philadelphia Pa attended the fu neral of Mr Lyman Williams here last Saturday Comrade G W Banger Preston Morton Post No4 J L Carson M S Ragland Chaplain J A Bennet A Park J C Chamberlin and and others attended the funeral of G W Rowe Sr at Central Grove Wednesday A new voting precinct was established at Render one at Arnold apart of Rosine precinct was added to East Beaver Dam and Prentis voting precinct was assigned to the Hartford o Magisterial Distcict by order of County Court Monday ESTUAY Oneciale red heifer with short crumply horns heavy built unmarked now about 3 years old Has been gone from my farm near Sulphur Springs since June 1904 A liberal reward will be paid for return same or any information leading to recovery SCHUYLER S ACTON Sulphur Springs Ky WANTEDBy CHICAGO MANUFAC TURING HOUSE person of trust worthiness and somewhat familiar with local territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid week ly Permanent position No investment required Business established Previous experience not essen tial to engaging Address Manager Branches 323 Dearborn SU Chicago Mr G W Rowe Sr died at his home in the Central Grove neighborhood at an early hour Wednesday- morning after a lingering illness off cancer on his limbs and which dur ling the last few weeks appeared on body His remains were interred- in the Central Grove cemetery Wednesday afternoon Mr Rowe was a Federal soldier during the War of the Rebellion and was widely known in the Western part of the county After a lengthy and somewhat stormy session of the Board of flusI tees of the town of Rockport held last Monday night for the propose of considering the granting of li cense to T W Enger to sell whisky in that town the license was refused The applicant and those opposing the grantipg of license were represented I by attorneys and the long drawnout arguments as to the town i i Boards duties in the matter held the body together until midnight ITho Board ni Trustees of Hat l1tYiDuring Salesnot tho only time you can got real values here for jIs always have very low prices and good goods 1 encb Uatloreo UBI t1 I We are Giving Special Reduced Prices on Clothing If you have not purchased your Clothing give us or call- A I Shoes Shoes We have Shoes to suit any body in fit price quality and style We have just received fresh stock of Low j Cut Shoes for lien in Patent Leathers Tans and Vicis We have a dressy line of Shoes and Slippers for Wom en and Children We can give a nice Ladies Slipper 110 and up Latest Style Mats for Men can bo hall fruit SI up n 11 i i h We express our gratitude to all who have given us E their kind patrorage during our Street Fair Sale and we express our regret that we were unable to waipn all who attended this sale This sale is over biitnJt L who did not have the opportunity to come to s can still get great bargains in everything J SAM BACH I 4iTtrSf 44t4t4rt4 t t t I I I t H H H HtH ttt H H1Tt1O j1 Opportunity E Is Knocking E 4 At Your Door btblr 11uut let it slip by unimproved A splendid j i chance to furnish your home with tho newest and t4j t tion come direct to A 0 Taylor the Furniture man g tt he can fit o out i r A beauiful line of Buggies Surries Traps Drive tt Wagons and Harness always in stock All goods bfi 41 of tho newest and latest designs All firstclass Its J to your interest to visit n v store tJ Cl bit bf 1 A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky g 41 ford College at a meeting held last Friday night elected the following teachers for the ensuing year Prof L N Gray President Mrs L N Gray Vice President Mrs Lucy Wedding SubCollegiate A S Tan ner Intermediate Mrs Julia Wedding Primary Department Prof Gray and Mrs Lucy Wedding are the only members of the old faculty retained 1Mr and Mrs John HParkofClear Run neighborhood celebrated the twentyfirst anniversary of their son Ivan by spreading an elaborate din ner for quite a number of invited guest last Sunday There were sixtyseven persons present and dined with them all exc9pt four or five being children or grandchildren of Esq J A Park feather of Mr John Park It was indeed a most en joyable day for all present Notfce A Colt Show for Montochristos get of 1101 and foaled in 1905 will be held Centertown the first Saturday August Best colt 1000 second best 500 cash 4512 F M ALLEN t 1 SOME SECRETS OF PATENT MEDICINES Tho History Of the Origin of Many of These Itcmodics Has Been Peculiar VISIT TO A LABORATORY Process of Manufacture its Seen in uu Establishment Known as IUutfulos Seventh Wonder If we could trace the origin of the many things which enter into our daily life we would doubtless be greatly sur prised at what we would learn In some instances we would find that they had their beginning in mere accident In other cases we would find that they originated in some stroke of genius Instill others we would find that they are the direct outgrowth of patience and persistence In others we would discover that same article which is of constant and almost universal use was known to only the few until some man decided to give what he knew to be of great bunlit to the whole world The history of the origin of propri etary or fts they are more commonly I known patent medicines has in some instances been peculiar For instance a certain tonic which is dispensed at all soda water fountains most refreshing bv thousands of per eons and which is used coustanth b many brain workers was originated bv a Harvard or It was found to be so beneficial that this professor afterward determined to put it upon the market in shape for use DV all who de fired The result has been that not onlv is this tonic used with benefit balm08t untold numbers but the professors lf1llv is In of a large income from sale There is certainly noth ing wrong In this The professor con ferred a mankind and heI was surely entitleto reap the reward of his labors olam other patent medicines have a fimiliar history For instance again lr Pierces Family Medicines known throughout the w as the Favorite Prescription and the Golden Medical Discovery were first used b Doctor a V fierce in his private practice with great success He finally deter mined that he could do more good to suffering humanity by placing them oh public sale where they be ob tained without the e of a physicians prescription them he could by simply retaining them in private prac tice And so defied the ethics of his profession which deny phsiciansI the right to advertise ana nowI not the of nlldi1cinesa liberal patron of the newspapers fori over onethird of a century Dr has never suffered nay in the estima lion of his fellow townsmen ut Buffalo where his mammoth establishment is ninnyhonorsSenate and he Is recognized as a progressive nod publicspirited citizen Many attacks have been made upon patent medicines of late For some reason certain persons have felt them selves called upon to decry their use to throw doubt upon their efficacy to question their honesty as well as the honor of those who spent a lifetime in perfecting them and making then value known to the public But in answer to these attacks an investiga tion was demanded and it was proven nearlyfortyyearscf public did have merit and bon esty behind them The thing which is of no value in this world has a short FamilyMedicinesclaimed to be the would not have a proved record of millions of cures in the period during which they have been upon the market One of the most interesting estab lishments in Buffalo is the Worlds Dispensary where these medicines are manufactured Here Dr Pierce main tains a great laboratory for the manu facture of the llmt which bear his adjunctknownthousands of persons have gone for special treatment laboratory and hospital are visited by many DoctorFiercethe establishment which he has built up because of the etlicacy of his remedies It is worth a It a force of about 350 persons IncludlillIphysicians surgeons professionalTo the observer perhaps the most interesting department of this place is FannyPieaudfesbetween the maker of a patent medi cine and a private practitioner is simph that yliilf the utter the IIIlIIiIlIS gives his patient or give him a prescription which lie takes to the druggist and which the Jattei partition patent medicine maker takes the in gradients which IIP knows will produce certain desired effects and puts them thelatterphysieimuis the rule in Dr Piurcus establishment The Pierce Medicines are made of roots mid herbs null barks of known gathf establirhhubums and bins of the routs and Lobs and barks ready fur the use of the cluinjiitp untied Let us suppose qunutityofrtecei ary hll r dienIM are taken from the storage bins mud carried to the mill where that are ground Then they art taken to time laboratory where proportionscontaining MXJ gallons This labor womanekulIhntUtr sty mid there is emir absence of unytns to in ate oust and dirt When these Irgredkiits hlive been I properly combined the medicine it bottled the bottles corked and sealed then lahled then wrapped and then packed for shipment to almost eYen in the world Another interesting department in this establishment is that devoted to printing familiar little yellow coy ered memorandum books which bear the Pierce name Something liko tfOOU of these are printed and sent out every da The or Invalids Hotel is patronized by hundreds of sufferers from various ills who come there be cause the are assured of the IIImt- scientltle treatment A large staff of specialists is maintained in connection hospital and for the purpose of caring for the immense number of inquiries which come constantly from all directions concerting the writers ailments Each letter of this sort goes to the proper specialist and receives his individual care froth the beginning to the mid Xo business such OK is done at this Buffalo establishment could have on honorable and successful record of nearly forty years if it were conducted an other I1ol1l h and honor count in the patent medicine business as iu all others A LITTLE NONSENSE What Elizabeth Thought Her Aunty Would Be Apt to Do Mr Tones was going to till elite term to visit her smothers grave and had taken the Hvevearold daughter of her most intiiimtt friend with her The child hind always called her aunty and wished to know the full particulars of time mothers death Aunty did your mother the lying upXever 1 do tint remember Here we mire timid 1limit going to plant summit seeds so yon cur play around if von like Jirs Jones had planted the seeds and was gently raking the earth back when she saw Elizabeth coming toward her with a most horrified ex pression upon her face Oh look out utility you might rake your mother up Lipptn cotts Magazine His Only Wish Tomorrow iour birtllll1Isaid little Fanntlcroy er and I want you to me you wish me to give you CJratuful tears sprang to the eyes of the curled darling as he fervently answered I dont want a single thing in this world but a hair cut Wash ington Star As They Heard Him DAuber 1 was certllinh tickled at whist Crittilksliitialloutmu linox11hV what was tha- t1AuberVou heard him lIe said I was a deft colori t- KnoxI understood him to say daft Philadelphia Press They Come High She pouting Ikfore we were married you used to bring me candy every time you came lie brisilyYes my dear and it cost a good deal less that time meat and potatoes 1 bring you now New York 1Veeklyf7 I The Old Gag IIhe Persistent One This is the lust time that I shall ever ask you to be my wife The Fair OneOh this is to sud den Poor Woman SheI youll like the birthday cigars I game you dear Youll be glad to know unyway that I paLl cash for them thev wernt charged He HiHlly I thought they were but I didnt know what wlthPhll I adelphia Ledger I ALL OVER THE HOUSE Various Uses For Vinegar In the Work of the Household Decanters can be cleaned most ex poditiou ly and satisfactorily if a half gill of vinegar is mixed with u handful ofsalt and some of this poured into the decanter and shaken The vinegar cuts the grease lull time tall is miiliciontly grittvito rub oil anv fcdiniunt on the sides of the bottle ilinsc the glass well with clear water Vinegar has umnyuses Mixed with stove blacking it makes time polishstick better and gives a high er gloss shahbyIwarm an I carpet all over with this wringing I out a cloth to do so The carpet must first have been carefully liruh ud of course tend then merely dampened in tho process If possi ble lot it bocoiiie thoroughly dry before walking on it A Queer Tidbit How mummy of you have ever misted cakes of mints Nt not till kind made In aunts but with mints ho- chillhoil of other countries lire as fond of calves mule of these insects as the New England boys and girls mire of crullers In Africa the natives wash time teats timid fry them in butter very much as we would fritters These c1cHcIIIde Wrote a Sermon When Six Years Old Itichard Le Inllienne the noted essayist was very proud of a sermon he wrote at the ego of six ills mother gave him a text to write on in order to keep him quiet I forget till text said Le Oallienne but 1 rimemlior well how proud I was of 1fl sermon mid how neatly I fastenetl the pages together with a brand new paper fastener- To Overcome a Dislike A sure means overcoming a dislike which we entertain for nnv one is to do him a little kililnes everyday anti tIll WO to overcome a dis like which unotiier may feel toward us is to say sonic little kind wordof him every day- Nursery RhymeNew Style 1 fIIIII Old Mother llubburd She went to the cupboard The Cupboard wins bare as She saw when sho rubbered nut her Boggle Iw rant And a sad dos tens he I We will call on our neighbors And stay there to tea Care of Oilcloth Oilcloths should never be washed in hot soapsuds They should first be washed clean with cold water1 then rubbed dry with a cloth wetted in milk I Care of the Piano To prevent a piano suffering fromIthe effects of a damp room small lump of unslackcd lime BI bag and pluce inside the case Sentence Sermons Chliiitro Tribute Piety is more than phrases Preaching down never lifts up Knocking is only tibutary to liv ingSelf sacrifice is but wise invest mentSaints are no more than sapless sinnersOur love makes the level of our livesFailure is fortune if it cures flab binessHeroic hearts come from hard placesProsperity easily builds its own prisonStraw always stacks up higher than grain Sham sanctity has caused much sincere sin- Loyalty to one truth involves hospitality to all- Narrowing thel mind does not cause it to rise The smaller the fool the greater the folley may be Many heavenly tune has been spoil ed by a holyltone Theology is no more religion than an inventory is a stock He who does not fear the judge within must face the judge without The good will of the good is not gained by ignorant the will of God You can not nourish a beast in the heart and have betty in the face You cannot prevent the pfeces from flying by praying over the boilerThe average advance notice of heaven keeps a lot of people away from it vosmo EtX4Beau theTha Kind Yr j Kara Always BougM YIZcl aN4 T i Henry Patterson s i I Letters from I EuropeWill A Leadinn Feature of The CourierJournal During 1905 Tim tcil h ni ih rlr I v 1p1tRns ill e i 14 t N comet 1 lr Ne vspp r Mill HI tcI DnUyCotirer lourmil 1 Yr 6 Dully and Sunday I Yr S Weekly 1 Yr i COU mRluUI 1 NA I COMPANY IOUIAILIK KY U I By n Special Arrnngcmt you cat get the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN and Ilio WKLY COURIERJOURNAL j Lade OliO year for ortlI150 i This In Ir cahh suh rrl tlfin onU tlIlurr lii + Urr ILs hlnI Hnn to rums S air hriit l ruin K KPlnLICAN fli 1I IAnOpportunityWe in this locality to sell I the WHEELER WILSON Sowing MachineI We can offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time I to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition i a moneymaker ca pable of development into a permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfg Co 72 end 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO Real Bstate- BAQGAINS I it acres on Sulphur Springs roiultt stiles from Hartford i U2 acres in niedow 100 fruit treesi 90 white oak trees good house mill good barnes for iillUll 121 acres nia Kockport in r l rnotltlUro goad timid IU ndlltrlnlttlur i furl2nnmo ort16ufnn unili r uf o Itrut n a I Gad hndle sox I h11 outH urII In tine state ut rultuiiM IP A Ili rN111 35Ncrr fi Ui tuih rxvr lIahlIIIVII 1 he priiiiKKtrtllli hue 11ISSerr l M C alto CrI- nc cur pri 2 HCfiS tt Centcltii i Srr- me tur pticrt One humus anal lot on Union street in llditlunl in tine coniltiioii f7Snnbuns and 2 mire + at u round aijuinini lIrlh rl Flue i linltynid hnn enllil bllllil fnux ior 37SI I 135 Cttrrt 4 IlltlrM north nl rifirliid In gnoil stHti ol cult vatillt SSIrN f43 al 8 nrar LVlalvn ga3I 00i 71 McrtM nrir Pa o 25 HcirH bottom lunl hUncc 211utlIuplaiil grad hiiHcH 651100Onefnr Fats At n bargain ifvat want I sell bind If to- nInt in buy landrr nif mid I will furnish you with what you ntI S A Anderson Dealer in Real Estate i1lItTFOItD KY Promptly nbUlntd or DO fre writ for our CONFIDENTIAL LETTER before worth moutj W- eadhnlpPATEN S THAT PAYto aucceu Mend mmlrl pbnln nr sketch and we send IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT Registeredu at 605507 7lh St WASHINGTON DC n BIG FOUR P The Best Line to Indianapolis Peoria i Chicago Toledo I Detroit P Cleveland 1 Buffalo j- I New York + Boston it And all other points East Information cheerfully fur nished on application at City I Ticket Office Big Four No 259 1SGenl Agent Passenger Dept ILouisille Ky 1 atr111 a Q S i PatiolaThe Mndrrn tonics dose before eaih meal will make you feel 9 strung and well PAYOLA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia I Catarrh ol the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Llvt ann Kidneys t i La Grippe xnrt general debility Made by the LtBTCHFlELO PlIAR A MACAL Co Inc i IJS w 14114 111 t 1 x111 11 1vE in to of on of FIRST you need DrCirlitedr German U er Powder have never the coupon Wowlll then send you on onleroii gist nor- a free and wo will tear your druirulst our elve for It This Is our free gift made to convince you to thaw you what Dr Citlitedlt liver rods what can do To acccia it places you under Dootillcailons whatever No sick one can neulrct Much nn offer tind bo fair to himself The very fact of the offer must convince you that Dr German timer OWIIYItbe well Wont you let us at our expense show the way German Powder Is sold In two 25c and SI h FrJI r 9 N9 j l 0 I IIAMXTT p I stliyt BARNETf SMITH ATT la S utltrrottrr IC- Y11lllprnrnrrdrlrpndrlonW mid dl rnrrllhlxnlnduldllnotllteNadFNftlq r I fllltrtlHIttlUI tflvtMIln all mu hewrNtre lh Nun anti the ImrlhulrtrOpal mud RII our Mprlgltlre tmtlhrl- uIlrruln + s Ihnldlug f FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law n licrt o hum uv- Wllliriivil lib prwhs In uhlu mil nol lolnaugnlnnty nml In tin Conrl ut I I Crlniliinl iirnvlliv iiml u iIslty11111111 rain Hrrnlil Imllilliiir c CHASM LAVYE1Ht HAKTTOKH KY wItlpearl lerbiprh iou In Hit tin miir itOliln and Niijotnlhc inmitlrK sad llnlunr jf AtxHil FTH nitFtifnn irltrti tv irlniltml prMtl nml to illrrilin limv iiinirr Mar 4- lrtalldlaterlt1hmNrolar JNO B WILSON AI LAW KY- alMtprnidrelnxldllrrllllhllrforlbinneo F- tr innr = R R WEDDING Attorney at LawL IflAlIrrOlw Kv nadrdratCOerririeeuteIela tlNolnrylwbllrlrihlonnnty MI IIKIVIIIN VtonilUAlil HEAVRIN WOODWARD Qt1 J 3 c e rGtINrrNa flyII In claw t heir prIw1un lIlho Cowrte of hln runwr amid innrl of t UIlunH BARNES Attorney at LawSIHIIIsn TTHIIMV nKrt1matbrhipndelonI alllhSJulllt- lht ndlinilnirrniitl hl1 la 11th CirtAiirtt i trit nttrnlliin alit I H rlrn InItW4nraIIr1IrI to lilnmrr pPrl lc lla r Inltll s MOSLEYIYANCY L ATTORNEY HrtMlopt KtntucUv nlIlbiu nod tuljrilnlnic runntln nod In Ihv Court nl 1pnl tln Nfiinrr Iolillr T- Firm Xiillimiil book a IEC MARKSI Anrona rendlneakrtrhanddrcrlptlonm- gInriuilanIprhaplypxti lIonlcllIIDdeulll AiehiCnpmeuunln f 1ercurinirpaiitiIaKntiieIfietnt natta without charge la the Scientific jfltttericaii A llla trat4 wprklr Ijirufit dr auidbratlnewdrslenMUNN Ursoch Utnce 05 F St Wublngion U DEENDED ndmod1 tSmw c iprrt iwarvK aiul firs rfport obuln rkmk trade 1IIuwwrrlnWtlc IN ALL COUNTRIES deawnrytxelualadWrite01S IfLoU ElL cpp ValUI list Pates Mao WASHINGTON D C Const jation and Bilious Sufferersorder to prove absolutely that we can cure you of all maladies pertaining the Liver and Kidneys such as Dypcpsia Constipation Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Sick Headaches Diarrh a and a bilious type we will give you an order your druggist and pay him for a bottle Dr Garlstedts German Liver Powder free proposition B BOTTLE FREEIf trlidluiiliusonondu herewith ytnirdrum fullsized bottle German IIlId It CaclfteJIi PouJcr you Dr Carlstedts Liver sizes UI AT LAW riilhtllil inr rnlliviHiiK CROWE In niitnilm ATTOUXEV HARTFORD ISinnrthldpehuh rilNCMT tEf In Imnlr W AT LAW iiMivoTrr TRADE blndomrl Indigestion Dysentery Our CUT OUT THIS COUPON mIUItMyillseano la Ilulvonever tried airellstedtalernalnLiver 1owdcr jut II Lyou wjll supply me u aw frto I will take It 1 I a Give rut odJrc Wrllc t1lnITI For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky Ay n THISYDY CATARRH Is Sure to GIVE Satisfaction f ELYS CREAM BALM Ifvllff Ht IHfH It ileinm KiMitliH nod- halt tbIIInIIlirntii Itcnrmrnturrh and drlvr nv 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same Latin root as the word lux lightand probably was given to these wildcats on ac count of the fierce brightness of their eyes Lion is of course from the Latin leo which word in turn is lost far back in the Egyptian tongue where the word for the king of beasts was labu The compound word leopard is first found in the Persian language where pars stands appropriately seaPuma jaguar tapir and peccary from paquires are all names from South American Indian languages The coyote and ocelot were called coyoti and ocelote by the Mexicans long before Cortez landed on their shoresMoose is from the Indian word mouswah meaning woodeater skunk from seganku an Algonquin term wapiti in the Cree language means white deer and was original ly applied to the Rocky Mountain goat but the name is now restricted to the American elk Caribou is al so a native Indian word opossum isI from possowne and raccoon is from the Indian arrathkune by further aphersis coon- Hhinocerous is purp Greek mean horned but beaver has indeed had a rough time of it in its travels through various languages It is hardly recognizable as bebrus bab bru and bru The latter is the ulti mate root of the English word brown The original application was doubtless on account of the col or of the creatures fur Ottergoes back to Sanskrit where it is udra The significance of this word is in its close kinship to udan meaning wa terThe little mouse hands his name I down through the years from the old old Sanskrit the root meaning to teal The word rut may have been derived from the root of the Latin word vadere to scratch or rodere to gnaw Rodent is derived from the latter term Cat is also in doubt but is first recognized in cue tulus a diminutive of canis a dog It was applied to the young of almost any animal as the English word pup kitten cub c Bear is the result of tonguetwisting from the Latin fera a wild beast Deer is of obscure origin but may have been an adjective meaning wild Ilk is derived from the same root as eland and the history of the latter word is an interesting one It meant a sufferer and was applied by theTeutons to the elk of the old worldon account of the awkward READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis o Dear Sir I have suffered three years from kidney and bladder troubles and onq half bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and I can cheerfully recommend it Yours very respectfully J N ROBEHTS 1819 Maple St A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission I Weak and lame backs rheumaj tism anti all irregularities of neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by yourI druggist will be sent by receipt of 100 Ono small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr EW Hall sole manufacturer PO box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis o i gait and stiff movements of this ungainly I animal Squirrel has a poetic origin in the Greek language its original meaning being shadowtail Tiger is far more intricate The old Persian word tir meant arrow while tighra I signified sharp The application to this great animal was in allusion to I the swiftness with which the tiger I leaps upon its prey I Quality vs Quantity Hard muscles and strong body do not depend on the quantity of food you eat but on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspedsia 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 strengthens the entire system overcomes and cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Belching SourStomach ect Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro SMART DUCK Raised Brood of Chickens and Taught Them to Swim I have seen says a distinguished poultry farmer a pet duck raise a broodof chickens and before they were two weeks old she had them well versed in duck language and taught them to swim The reason that I have for believing that they understood duck language in this That if a hawk or a crow flew near she would give one harsh quackand every one of the chicks would scud into the weeds and after the danger was past she would give five or six gentle quacks and out they would come without the last appearance of fearBut the greatest performance was the way she impressed it on their minds that it was time that they learned to swim One foggy cold morning early in the spring when they were about a week old I heard her using some of the worst duck language that I ever heard and the chicks were yelling all kinds of bloody murder I ran out to learn what was the trouble and there she was at the edge of the water grab bing the chicks in her mouth and they were scrambling out so fast that she never had more than half of the brood in water at one time I knew that the weather and the water were so cold that she would have them so chilled in a short time Ithat they would die so I shut her up in the coop and kept her there several daysWhen I again let her out she took the chickens to the water and gave them another lesson in swimming and she repeated this several times a day and in three or four days she had them educated so that when she wouldgo into the water and call to them to come along they did so with out any hesitation She apparently had sense enough not to keep them in the water long at a time o A1S T e7 RXABars the1te Kind You Hale Always Bough Btgnitua Yfo-f Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1505 asfar as reported Officers o fairs are requested to report to us any ommissions or correction of datesHartford October 44 days Madisonville August 15 lays Danville August 84 days Fern Creek August 151 days Shepherdsville August 154 days LawrenceburgAugust 154 days yanceburg August 161 days GuthrieAugust 173daysS- helbyvllieAugust 224 days Springfield August 234 days Nicholasville August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Florence August 301 days Elizabethtown September li3 days Glasgow September Gt days Kentucky State Fair September 184 days 1 Henderson September 26ti lays dayICACRXA Bear tho You HmAlwap Bout 6Ipavo 111fit v n bp CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILSi Ii But Couch Syrup Titles Coed Uia In time Sold by druggists STRONG AgainIs Stovallot Tilton Ga said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia J Cure Hundreds iwomen weak are being restored to perfect II health by this rem edy YOU may bs well If you will take it Indigestion causes nearly all the sickness that women have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs- to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risingsbelchingheartburniwd all stomach disordersDigests What You EatDI- IatbotUb11114 rrpara at U Lab Haw al Week as ta eraterr f 0 DWitt trial Sr ast lilt C Caltan OJA Kola by Z WAYNE URnFIN Something New Variable Tours TO FLORIDAVIA Southern Railwaya- nd Queen JCrescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter Tourist Tickets good go ing Via Asheville through the Land of the Sky and Beautiful Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Chatanoog or vice veresore now on sale at Low Rates The Florida Limited composed of finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and vestibuled coaches with Dining Car tenice enrouto leaves Cincinnati eery morning via Queen tL Crescent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via Cbatanuoga and Southern Ry Con fleeting train leaves Louisville all740 a in daily The Chicago and Florida specil11I consisting of elegant Drawing Room Sleepers observation care Club car etc leivea Cincinnati at 925 dai except Sunday tunning through Solid to St Augustine via Chatanoo ga and Southern Railway with Dining car service enroute Connecting train leaves Louisville at 725 pm carrying observation sleeper through without change irom Louisville to sleeperfto Knoxville Through Pullman Sleepers to Jacksonville from Cincinnati every even ing via Knoxville Asheville and Sa vannahFrom Louisville connection with allof the above trains is Wade at Lexington by trams of Southern Railway ForuLand ot the Sky book Winter Homes folder Rates Sche dules or other information address A C Rincarson G P A Q C Cinclncinnati Q C H HuMikitrOKi District Pas senger Agent 234 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky G B AUEV Assistant General Pawenper Agent li Louis Mo 9IHAICS Cumberland TELEPHONEAND I Telegraph CncoriioniteJ Co Theres nothing the matter withtmy nuttiness I have the land Telephone in my rthideice and j place ol business My busing has r Increased and my wifes voice is iev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for gcod service and gentlemanly competition HIK PATE Manr IDlfluvQlP DmTIt oz oCouaty Circuit Court TF Ulrkhn J Judges Den I IllnRoAttorney T II Slack Jailer Ed U IlnrniM Clerk Prank L Felix Muter Com mluloner Y I Monoley Trustee Jnrjr Fond 0n t Keown Sheriff Hartford DepntjrHberltf Keown Clarence Keown Jo IL Roberts Ham Ktxmn a CourtconTentiflr tMon day In March and August and continue three weekiand third Monday In May and Noromber two week County ConrtJ f Miller Judge MSLtag and Clerk W II hams Attorney Hartford K Court convene flrat Monday In each month MondayInCourt of Clolma Convene Stet Monday In Jet nary Tuetday alter second Monday la October Other OlllceroJII Wood Snrreyor Oral TO Frank Lowe Asueasor Ileda Jame VeWeeu School Superintendent Hartford Den L DaTli Coroner Sulphur Spring S isttca CourtII F Hudson Hearer Dam February 16 May IB August 31 November 30 0eo W Martin Ilaluiown February 13 May U August 20 November 12 JnoMOrabam Narrow February ZSMay 2 August S3 November is T A Evaui Fordtvlllc January 18 May 7 August 27 November 5 J Alllctd lluford February 7 May 8 Set 12 November 7 AallIW AJIone CentertownFebrnary E May 11 August 24 November 0 D J IVUcoi It wk port February 20 May C Angnut 25 November 11rZXtvxtfora 3cJAC4j court Jno II Wllflon Judge C K Smith City Attorney 8 P Ilarnett Marshal Court con veneM second Monday In eathmontb R 1gt0 L Srv1cM E Church Booth Service third Sunday ieach month at 11 am and 7 p mand lecood Sunday at7pm Prayer meeting every Wedaee day evening Ilev WTiMlller Pastor BaptUt Church Service held Saturday nigh before econd Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayrtmeeting every Thursday evening 11 floroettlaltor C P Church Service Sat Sunday In each month at Il a m and 7 pm Rev J Dllar oed pastor School Trustees Hartford Ja P Miller J Glenn S T Steven D M Mocker J11 D Car ion Jon C Rlley City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor H A Andenon Clerk DrII J Wedding W H Tins ey A C Taylor 11 Ueanln T J Morton Councilmen Socxot HocitluA 0 U W met Sat and third Friday ulghte In each month Hartford Lodge No 67B F4 AMaionfirt Monday night In each month Hartford Tent 0119 Knight of the Macca I bees every Thursday night Rough River Lodge No 110 Knight of Pythla mretsevery Teexlay night Preston Morton Post No4 0 A R bold reg ular meetings Saturday before I ret Sunday In each month M Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price 4 l Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands e along the line of the i IIRON ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas moat direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and tree reclining r chair cart Hom seeKer Excursions first and third Tuesdays pamphlets month Descriptive literature maps folders etc on application H C TOWNSEND R TO MATTHEWS ita1P urelertl TrfttkegPuulgelg =t- J7 wets EVERYBODY rho IMAlClaVEGETABLE SICILIAN HairRenewer IIs it true you want to look old P Then keep your tray hair If not Irhen use Halls Hair Renewer and have all the dark rich color life restored to your hairaI I r R T i 4 Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea biscuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome j Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery doesI not compareIRoyal is the greatest of bakeday helps i ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK j Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 9 COUNTY COURT ORDERS Two NewVoting Precincts Established and Other Im ortIant Changes Made The following are the most im portant orders made in County Court at special terms during the monthof May and at the regular June term Special term May 3 Cynthia Shull qualified as guardian of Her shel Shull John B Renfrow qualified as adI ministrator of Fitzhugh Uenfrow deceasedMiss Wcerner qualified as deputy Circuit Court Clerk I Special term May SC L Mar tin appointed and qualified as constable of Buford Magisterial Dir trictSpecial term May 9 J B Mitchell Charles C Grumes and John Myers appointed appraisers of theI estate of Sam M Wilson Special term May lUSam Ger try appointed and qualified asjguar dian of Barbery Shultz BarInardCommissioner of Centertown dis trictW I R Moseley qualified as Road and Bridge Commissioner of Buford district i R H Raines qualified as Road mIwellas Bridge Commissioner of Sulphur Springs district Special term May 22 Aldert Cos qualified as administrator of R W Hegerman deceased Special term May 24Laura Fe lix qualified as administrator of William Felix deceased- R H Barnes qualified us Read and Bridge Commissioner of HartI ford District- J J Smith qualified as Road andI Bridge Commissioner of Fordsville district 4Special term May 2W P Ash by qualified as administrator If Charlie Bullock deceased Special term May A1 LlIoseI ley qalified as administrator of R F Romas deceased Regular term June iiS L Ful kerson and others motion for local option election at Rockport con tinu d for Report of election I Commonwealth of Kentucky against First National Bank same i against Central Coal and Iron Co same agains McHenry Coal Co same against the Deanlield Coal Co dismissed without prejudice Ordered that Frentis precinct le embraced in Hartford Magisterial dist1 ctIW C Knott et al motion for ditch report of Commisssoner tiled and continued for exceptions- J l1 Miller et al motion for ditch continued forreprrt of Com missioners and J B Wilsrn appoint +il to survey the route An order was made establishing Arnold voting precinct with voting I 4 placj at Arnold said precinct s bounded as follows Beginning at corner of Ohio and Grayson counties thence with Gray j son county line to Caney Creek thence down said creek to Cromwell and Leitchfield road thence with sal road to Sixes Creek thence dow said creek to butler county line thence with said line to the begin mngIAn order was made establishing a new voting precinct with voting place at Render with boundry as follows Commencing at the whistling pos on the I C Railroad near Browns Mercantile Store thence to the Mc Henry and Centertflwn road with said road to the intersection of sam land the Hartford and Rockport at Milton Parks thence with said Hartford and Rockport road t the intersection of the Hartford an Centertown road thence Northeast with the old voting precinct No 15 line to the intersection of the Mc Henry and Beaver Dam road and with said rondto the corporate limits of the town of Hamilton an- l thence with said corporate line t the beginning so as to include all the incorporated town of McHenry The voting place in Select precinct was changed from Baizetown to SelectThe following boundary was taken from Rosine precinct and added to East Beaver Dam Beginning a the bridge on Muddy Creek north o Marion Sandifurs thence up sai creek to the road thence with sai road to Hickory church thence on straght line of the Southwesterly direction ito the line of the East Beaver Dam votingprecinct y CANE RUN June 5 Farmers are busy working in their crops Jesse P Wilson wife and son were the guests of J 11 Christian last Sunday Miss May Sanders of this place has gone to Louisville to visit relt tiYes Arthur Craig of Leitchfield was the guest of J G Wilson last Sunday nightEstill Riley wife and daughter Gola Mrs Rena Wilson and chil dren and Miss Nola Boyd visited their aunt Mrs Sarah Axton at Horse Branch Sunday Little Clara Goodwine who was reported very ill last week died Monday night Her remains were in tered in the Salem burying ground TuesdayMrs Wilson visited her mother Mrs Phieby Christian Sunday Farris Jamison was the guest of his brother Sam JamisonSunday night Miss Pearl Wilson Friedaland visited at Fordsville last week and returned home Saturday Call For Convention- At a meeting of the Republica- committee of the Fordsville Magis terial District held at Fordsville Ky June 5th 1905 It was ordered that a mass convention for the purpose of nominating candidates for the office of Magistrate and Constable for said district be held at Sat11Ulda Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN j 1 ALL OVER THE HOUSE Compound For Cleaning Rugs Draper lea and Furniture The following recipe makes one of the finest compounds for cleaning Smyrna rugs chenille draperies plush covered couches and furni lure etc says Boston Cooking School Mngtixinc Shave two ami onehalf bars of laundry soap line and boil until it is dissolved in use and onehalf quarts of soft water add half n pound of hornx boil ten minutes longer steep quartImid onefourth of a pint of aqua am monia put into a quart of cold water mix all together anti add water enough to make good six gallons Soft water is preferred Set aside to cool and cover to keep clean When ready to use dust the articles well and apply with a good large wipeIdoing large rugs it is desirable to have two people working one to fol low up with the dry cloth as soon ns a space is rubbed Packing Away Clothes Never hung a skirt by the hot tom Fasten itlit the back anti suspend it evenly from two loops sewed on either side of the band If possible secure for it a wire skirt form as the results are more saris factory Always hong n skirt nt full length whether for an hour or for severnlmonlhs If there lire ribbon trimmings on the clothes the ends should be rol1 I stutTcdIImble in put tlll away clothes for a season All octal trimmings and buttons should be carefully covered with paper clothing always in prefer IJnnl folding but if there is not Ienough closet room pack loosely in trunks or drawers with avoidtFlowerpots Do not empty pots and put them away for the chances are that andtcomes t fe hustled into them with all their ohdplants are bedded out put the empty pots into a tub of water let soak a few hours scrub with an old whisk broom and drain dry It takes but a little time and the plants do enough to pay for the trou dbleXntionttl Magazine I neaten Dlteuit Make a stilt dough of a pint of flour to wliich a teaspoonful of salt has been added and a cup of cold water When well mixed put upon a floured pastry board or wooden block and with a rolling pin beat steadily for fifteen minutes turning thatfevery may roundsdJake A Domed Saucepan A burned saucepan eau sometimes bo saved by boiling a lump of wash ing soda in it It must not bo raped first Cut set on to boil I all filled with water and with a onerous lump of the soda Tliia i iould soften the burned substance v hich can then be easily removed To Drop Medicine To drop medicine without n dropper shake the bottle to moisten the cork With the wet end of the cork moisten the edges of the mouth of the bottle then holding the cork under the mouth let the fluid pas over the cork in droppings Sore Throat Cure A sore throat should never bo neglected especially in the time of epidemics A cleansing gargle is made by dissolving a heaped salt spoouful of snit and carbonate of soda mixed in equal quantities in huff a tumblerful of water To Freshen Carpets To the rdinary combination of warm late and ammonia used for teaspoonfulhe still more satisfactory than usual IITo Scent a Room mock ammonia placed in an earthen jar or vase with cologno throughna room a delightful and refreshing CROMWELL June 8Mrs Jno X Taylor of Earlington is visiting her mother Mrs Martin Mrs Netter Embry is visiting her brother R B Martin in Hartford this week Miss Lula Sorrels left for Texas Fred Cooper Beaver Dam made his usual visit at this place Sunday Mrs Bud Gentry and children JudgejIBorn to the wife of Jno W Toy lor a 8 pound boy on May 30 Drs Willis anti Riley attending physicians Dr PT Willis wa called Tuesday to the bedside of his motherJ t Rum sey who is very sick foriTexIdays Mrs Cornelia Tilford and daugh ter Miss Corine and Mrs Flener and son of near town are visiting at Beaver Dam and Render this week Card of Thanks To my many friends and relatives who procured the premium buggy offered by T J Turley Co at the Hartford Street Fair for me I wish to extend my most hearty thmlksand- appreciation LAURENCE AIUSI NARROWSI June 7 was nated for Magistrate and Walter MidkifiT was nominated for Constar ble at the Republican Magisterial Convention held at Sulphur Springs Saturday Dundee lias a monopoly of district candidates this year Candidates of both parties for Mag istrate and for Constable live at Dundee Midkiff and Acton candidates for constable are PaltiesI in businessEugene Kirby has announced as an independent candidate for Con stable Kirby will speak at every school house in the district and his platform will be down with the Dundee ring- Gcvtrge j Foreman had a misfortune over took him reeentl the like of n1Porenmnindulge no metopher Foreman lost his well that had for many years furnished him an unfailing supply of water Not a cavling not a sinking I of the vein but an actual oblit eration from the face of the earth Foreman lives in the valley of a small creek near here and the heavy Hoods of a few weeks ago washed away the top tile of his well and fill ed it up to a leveled with the adja cent groundso perfectly that it will take a water witch to locate the iStirJf I Barnes Bros Stores Are pride giant Mercan- tilet Arena these stores IlIItAs joutfitters Women Children class cato themselves Every department estab Isihment is under the direct supervision the firm All our Clothing is made to our own directions The models patterns by which Suits are cut are the handiwork the E most skillful draftsmen The materials are the products of the bet standard mills Every Suit pair of Pants sold by them is trade winner t you good in the sale of Suit for yourself or Mens stylish 25c and f0c liens Negli gee Shirts oOc 100 and 5150 Mens stylish Neckwear 25c and 50c hens anti Boys Straw Hats 23e ti0c 75e 100 l150nIl the newest 4and most fashionable shapes for the summer Underwear 25c SOc 7fc E 100 per garment liens stylish Half Hose tSuspenders Wash Goods Section- A superb collection of the latest novelties of the spot whero the erstwhile well yielded up its cold and colorless fluid 1 A new Baptist will be built here this summer A site has been purchased and sufficient money hits been pledged to build It Reg Bennett who ha been attend ing school at Elkton came up Sat day to visit his parents Miss Annie Daniel is visiting friends at Friwhdand this week 1 FOR SALE 25000 Very Fine Strawberry Plants Three Seasons Early Medium and Late Six varieties to select from Finest plants ever grown in thisIcounty They grew berries this year nearly sus large as u hen egg June is a good time to set a bed and 1000 will set an here 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 00 250 for 250 SlliO for 100 Call on or ad dress E HAItREL lGt2 RockM rt Ky h u u fJrl i c c r rQ Jf Jy jy Jp Jf jy Jf jy jf Jf Jg Jf Jf Jf Jjw jp Jf Jf jf Jf j E P itHe of the people THe of tHe is I of all classes of Men and they are in u of their of according and our of and a Maythey do a your boy Belts an uptodate told and church f f season An exclusive line of patterns that you wont find anywhere else that Isells on sight at 25c 55c 50c and 75c per yard Materials for both waists grid 2full suits Our lino of 4 low priced wash Ma e tenals at 5e 7ic lOc 12ic 15e and 20c per yard arc very IIUrae2 Ifiloll1blyterials at twice their CQSt i WHite GoodsLaces and Embroidei ies We might fill one whole side of this pa pet on this lino alld Sthen could not tell it all You have only to see this line to be con Jil 4t vinced outs superiority over any line in tl county India Linens oc to 0c per e yard Persian Lawns 15c to 7oc per yard Lace Stripes Plaids and Figures lOc jc- T to 50c per yard Embroideries and Insertings 5e to 120 per yard Lncos 2c to i g 50c per yard Remember that every day closes out some patterns of these exclu S sire styles The sooner you come the bettor the selection + Silk Leather aru washable Belts each ioc 25c 35c 50c 75c 100 125 Turnovers 5c lOc 15c Stocks all new designs each 25c and 50c z 1Umbrelosy and Pans Y The greatest variety of beautiful handles and coverings you ever saw Black s + + each 50c 75c 100 si2ia 150 175 200 250 300 350 and 500 Colors each 175 200 and 30- 06The warm Juno days direct that fanninjiwKUst begin Our Fnu stock is Ala + styles at 25c 35c COc 75c 100 and 150 each t Beaver Dam Kentucky i i i + i t i t44- t a r f w rt St k4YR 1fy +