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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t it JarifDrbi flqnblican I Fine Job Work a Specialty uu IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REILHLICAN Subscription 1 a Y ear IIi VOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KYM FRIDAY TUNE 30 1905 NQ5011 r I TH E BEST FRIENDS WJWI1 Sickness Comes to thef Little Outw- It Is the Mother Who Chielly Suilm t She suffers oven moro that the child who happens toliodck lor sympathy ixdeepor than that of any other moiubor of tlio family limo mother look forward with dread to the UUrltl hiiUof cummer thinking of their children and the many liabilities to dlMBfe that ure before them Spring and inniiniur are sure to bring nllmentrt impuclally among the little folks It dixM not take a inolhur very lung to clUrin or that IVrutw in thy lost friend she bas In time of lllntw umung the d children Tho doctor may come DUll go with thilr d lift rent thcorlc nod coimtaut I changoof minmili The doctor of year ago gave entirely dinvrelit remmtlcM that ho lmm today Kbnh year ImK comu rhangv In his prescription and in the drug he rollm upon A Multitude of Mothers IIvo dl eoverml that 1rrunn It tho MamMiy ami that In nil the allnicntH of spring and cummer to whldi thee rliihlrtn ire iiibjccted IVruna U the rrimtly that will most quickly relieve T Whether It In cprliiK fever or slnniauh derangement whether It Is Indigestion or ttowol dUenso a catarrhal roiiKostloli of the mucou rurfacc is time Vntin- eIVruna quickly relieves this condition- of the liinioiu Membrane KM opera lion Is proiiip the children do not die like to take tlio medicine It line no dele terious effects In any part of the body It simple removes the cause of the dUngreealile i ymptou i and restores the tilt hfiillhIVruna not a physic Ieruna is not a uervlnu nor a narcotic Ieruna does not prinluce any drug habit however long It may Iw taken Ieruna In not a etlmulantIeruna le a spcvlllo remedy fur all catarrhal ailments of winter and stun mcr acute or chronic The mothers all over tho United States are the lost frlendii that IVjuna line The Mothers Hold Peruna in High Esteem 4 Not only because it has cured them of i their various nllmentx lint hecauxo it always rescues the children from the 4hrocrf and grasp of caturrhal diseases We have In our Illcs bushels of testi monial from mothers whose children have been cured by Ieruna However the largo majority of mothers who use Ieruua wo never hear from Hut we do hear from a great number of mother who are so overjoyed at some speclal good they havu received from Ieruna that theycannot restrainIt e their crthui la m They are anxious to abate lhc o buuvllU with other mothers SEEKING ARMISTICE Russia and Japan should Cease Active Hostilities President Roosevtlt Presenting Humane Side of the Proposition SlwrUI to Till HrrcmlcAX Washington D C June 281905with toThe President not instituted negotiations with promise to bring about peace between Russia and Japan is now trying diligently to arrange an armistice between the opposing armies Of course the subject partaking as it does of a military character is a most delicate one and the President couldrot urge the arrangement on either power unless he were in a position to offer some guarantee with regard to the attitude of the other which he obviously cannot do He is never the less presenting in the strongest possible light the hue mane side of the proposition and the pity of it if more lives should be lost at a time when permanent peace seems to be in sight At present there seems to be little t tit Jr hU1maneP that she cannot risk a loss of the enjoys1insia that she desires peace than that Nation has thus far given S rcRIra s OF The Benefit Which the Children of the United States Have Received From Peruna Can Never Be Put Into Wcrds The rhronl ailment it has prevented the suffering It hllll mitigated will never IK fully recorded Hut at least this much can ho said that the ruining gcpcratlon owes a great debt to Peruha for It U In the tender years of youth that light ailments are liable to develop Suite lasting disease thus blasting the whole career of the Individual rime mother who are bringing up their children today to relieve In Ieruna are doing a great work for humanity Them children brought up to believe in Ieruiia from time start will when they become heads of families them selves use Poruna with unquestioning faithPeruna Protects the Entire Household- As soot aa the value of Ieruna is appreciated by every household both as- a preventive and cure tons of thousands of lives will bo saved and hundreds of thousand of chronic lingering cases of catarrh will bo prevented her somewhat equivocal response to the Presidents identical note Russia on the other hand pursuing her time honored policy of avoiding every semblance of frankness in her diplomacy positivelyrefusesto commit herself Japan somewhat naturally assumes that Russia wil be compelled to adopt a more reason able attitude when the battle for which Oyama is now preparing has been fought This view is generally shared in the diplomatic corps in I Washington but there is naturally deep regret that the battle which must inevitably result in fearful loss of life cannotTe prevented There are a few diplomats of more san guine temperament who insist that it may be possible for the President to succeed in his humane negotiations even where any other man would fail I p d Call For Convention At a meeting of the Republican committee of the Hartford Magis terial District held at Hartford Ky on June 27 1905 it was ordered that a mass convention for the pur pose of nominating candidates for the office of Magistrate and Consta ble for said district be held at Beav er Dam at 2 oclock p m on Satur day July 15 1905 I CHESTER KEOWN Chmn Dist Com w Educate Your Children We take boys and girls under blur personal supervision Write for information Address H H Cherry President Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business Univer sity Bowling Green Ky Subscribe for TUE REPUBLICAN I I 4wc feiByY PERUNA f r r SS t 1 1 M ra Thresa Kookc 258 N Ashland Ave Chicago Ill Treasurer Ladles of the Maccabees the only medlclno wo have Grandmothcr mother father and child all have used Pornna It Is our great remedy for catarrh of sold A couple of doses cure him I 1 II the baby has colic oranystomach disorders a dose or two cures her I consider Peruna finer than any doctors medicine that I have ever tried anfl1 know that as long Sus we have It In the house we will all i able to keep In good Thrcsa poke No Doctor Required- Mr Edward Otto ICT Do Soto street St Paul Mien writes I cannot say enough for Peruna It line done great work In my family es 1e tally for my oldest boy Wo had doctored with three or tour different doctors and they did not seem to do him any good tlc gave up hopes of euro and so did they hut wo pulled him through on Peruna We had several doctors and they told they could do no more for him so we tried Peruna as a last resort and that did the work Since then we keep It In the house all the time and no doctor Is required Edward Otto Made by Robert to Escape From Prison Tried to Over Power Jailer Asbby in His Cell at Noon Last Sunday Owensboro Ky June 27ln the I cell which he has occupied since his Robert Mathley assaulted and attempted to overpow er Jailer Ashby at noon on Sunday The jailer had entered the cage to give the prisoners their dinner Mathley seized him by the left arm and grappled him with the other hand Jailer Ashby caught Mathley by the throat and forced him to the floor saying as he did so Bob I going to whip you without hitting you a lick After being forced to the floor Mathley made no further struggle He did not utter a word during the entire time Jailer Ashby was in the cage neither before after nor dur ing the struggle Mr Ashby received a severe bruise on his arm where Matley grasped him Math ley was not injuried except some bruises about the throat Mr Ashby j does not understand why Mathley assaulted him unless it was on account of his having gotten possession of the ley has frequently told his fellow i that he was going to whip Mr for the part he took in j the iiftalr of the letter Previous to Sunday Mathley has- H I ARE THE MOTHERS writes- InourhomePerunnls meIbeI DESPERATE EFFORT Mathley incarceration oflescapeprisoners n Poruna Contains No Narcotics One reason why leruna has found permanent use In PO many homes ia that It contains no narcotic of any kind Pe runa is perfectly harmless It can be used any length of time without acquir ing a drug habit Peruna does not produce temporary results It Is permanent in 1U effect It has no bad effect upon the system and gradually eliminate catarrh by removing the cause of catarrh There aro a multitude homes where PcrHjiu has been used off and on for twenty years Such a thing could not he possible if Peruna contained any drugs of a nar cotlo nature always been a model prisoner being always courteous to the attendants with one exception He is said to have had a fight with one of the prisoners sometime ago Some of his relatives were in the jailat the time of the assault and had been talking to him only a few seconds before he clinched the jailer It is possible that he had been telling them of his hardships and had worked himself into frenzy Mr Ashby says that Mathley ap peared to be remarkably strong con sidering the fact that he has been in close confinement for a year The struggle lasted for only about a min ute but Mr Ashby says that it re quired rather vigorous work on his part for that length a time Math ley is quite tall and while rather slender is doubtless quite a strong man In a contest with anyone except so powerful a man as Jailer Ashby he would have had a chance of suei cess i TwentySeven Years Ago j A few days ago C P Morris of Ceralvo while visiting C P Brown of the West Providence neighbor hood was out in Mr Browns field and discovered a terrapin which on examination bore the initials of Mr Brown C P B in plain letters and the figures 1878 the date when the initials were carved there Al though the letters and figures had been there 27 years they could be plainly seen and read The terrapin was carried to Mr Brown and after reflection he recalled having carved his initials there years ago He says that it was apparently an old terrapin at he time t F or GH eFARMER and dON A N D Mr G II Farmer New Martlnaville W Va writes Our little son Harry is well and healthy now and wo think if we do as you directed us he will keep his health and grow strong We knowthnt our Jlttle sontltfe was saved byyour wonderful medicine Peruna and we shall always praise Peruna and use It In our family when neededShould wo have any more catarrhal trouble In our family we shall always write to you for treatment O II Farmer Mr Howard Andrew Sterner Muddy Creek Pa writes I havp Peruna In my house all the time and wont be without it It is good for children when they toko a cold or croup It cured my baby boy of croup- I have Introduced Peruna into six famllleflelncol received your last letter and four have seen relief already Howard Andrew Sterner THREE KILLED I And Many Hurt in Collision on the I C Freight Crashed into a Passenger Train iRepair Louisville Ky June 27Three passengers were killed and sixteen persons injured as the result of a rearend collssion on the Illinois Central railroad near Vine Grove Ky Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock The cause of the wreck is not known and an investigation is in progress The trainmen stated that- passenger train No 122 which was an accommodation train bound for Louisville was running about six miles an hour when fast freight No 14 running twenty five miles an hour dashed around a curve and ran I into it The two rear coaches of the accommodation were demolished Little damage was done the freight train and the engineer and fireman escaped by jumping According to a statement furnish j ed an official of the railroad company passenger train No 122 northbound and due at Louisville at 455 had just left Vine Grove and in going down the steep grade the air brakes refused to work and Engineer Farley brought his train to a standstill to repair them While the train was standing etrafreight No 14 en route from Central City to Red Top in charge of Engineer Martin Fitz gibon and Conductor George Cline CHILDREN Pernna Should Bo Kept In Every Household Where There Are Littlo Children Peruna should be kept in the house all the time Dont watt until the child In sick then ond to a drug store lint have Ieruna on hand accept no sub tltuteChildren are especially liable to acute catarrh Indeed most of the affections of childhood are catarrh All forms of sore throat quinsy croup hoarseness laryngitis etc are but dif ferent phases of catarrh Mrs Amelia Bailer Menasha Wls writes I have used Peruna for a number of years It cured me of chronic catarrh which 1 suffered with from infancy When my three children were born they all had catarrh but I have given them Ieruna and find it very effective in ridding thorn of this horrible trouble I find that it Is also good to give them as a tonic and a preventative of cold and colic In fact I consider It a household blessing I would not know how to raise my children without It I am i pleased to give It my recommends tion Amelia Sailer Address Dr 8 it Hartman President of The Ifartmau Sanitarium Com bus Ohio correspondence hold strictly eon fidoutlal rounded the curve at the top of the grade At thjs point Fritzgibon seemed to have lost control of his engine and the heavy train started wildly down grade The operator endeavored to block the freight but before he could get the blocksignal in position the freight had rushed past the station Engineer Fitzgibon did all in his power to stop his engine and when he saw that a rear end Col lision was not to be avoided he cried his fireman to jump and neither Ito injured W I Rowe Dead Mr W I Rowe one of the best known citizens of the countydied at his home near Centertown Tuesday night after an illness of only a few days ofa complication of troubles His remains were interred in the Centertown cemetery Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock Mr Rowe has been well and favorably known over the entire coun ty for many years He served as a member of the Fiscal Court of the county for years perhaps longer than any otherjn the history of the county during which time the greatest strides in the countys im provements were made He had been a lifelong Republican and stood high in the partys councils He was the nominee of the Republican party for Representative about 1890 but the Populist wave which swept over the county at that time carried with it the election of his Populist opponent- He leaves a large family and many other relatives and friends to mourn his demise DeWltts gift SatoFer PH Burn S ri r k VVVVVV VVVtVV AVV A MYSTfRIOUS VANISHINGSI raagediesof Real Life Hidden in Peculiar Cases Row Thousands of Men Annually Drqp out of Sight and Never Reappear llrouUvu Kiiri 1 More than 5000 persons annually disappear in the United States and are never heard from again At tint blush the assertion seems in rrnlible and police statistics furnish iccpfirmation The actual figures trt ell on a convertivecalculationare rout more alarming thar those giv mo In fact the reports of the police itnrtment of the larger cities show itiai in the twelve months just pass ed 16008 of the persons who disap pawed during the year werenever re galed as found but the shrewd po JBce officers accustomed to the ec 3itricities of human nature are of the opinion that the return of army thousands of these persons through shame or indifference lazy never reported at police head quarters But even after making allowance for this feature of the case it is reasonably certain that mire than 5000 persons were swal lowed up in oblivion The tragedies of real life hidden within these peculiar cases if they could but be brought to light would rival many of the novels penned Iby she worlds greatest writers No subject that can be imagined has Witch weird fascination as that of the thousands who have gone down this grand canyon of oblivion It would be possible to fill many rages with the absorbing stories of ttfxse curious cases but nearly every wmder of the newspaper whether he iKves in village town or city is prob fly acquainted with some instance cf the kind concerning eitherlfriend Irrelative Men and women who pave lost all they have treasured toast in life in his manner go shout vacantly numbly ever writing for the return of the miss bg one a dream that neer comes arue A glance at the police statistics in y few of the leading cities sir wj th- eerr growing extent of the disap jvmrance habit In the city of New York during the last year 1415 per jrns were reported to the police as Zing Of this number 751 re itumed to their homes leaving I 54 rtitl missing or unaccounted for In Staladelphia during the surne period 1812 persons were rep rttl ay niisr jr Of this number 155r returned iu their homes leaving H7 who we TB still in the land of the missing 3r Boston during the year 411 person were reported missirz and Hfciof these were afterward boated leaving 303 unaccounted for This percentage of unexplained cases is tiger in proportion than either New Yank or Philadelphia but Sjperir ttndcnt Pierce is oftpn n that Jt number of those persons reported as missing afterwards uirnt their lames and the friends or relatives neglected to notify the police of the st To ConsTtft undersigned having been re Avm to health by simple means af 4vc raftering for sever years with a Mere lung affection and that drautal disease Consumption is anx iI1 tumake known to his fellow ufflers the means of cure To JH who desire it he will cherfully uu free of charge a copy of the inscription used which the will inci a uure cure fill Comurnption Asttaia Catarrh Bronchitis and all tIt and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as t is invaluable 1ne desiring the rtxcriprtou which will cost them K thing and may p v O a blessing v it please udtlrs Rev Edward A K York 3rhenBrooklynr A White Mans Penalty f r the first time irere hi nry of ta iflnal jurisprudence in this State l dru perhaps in the entire Siuth sti a Jncknon MN + rl1entthf News the Juprem Court if Mississippi hay st itfrVel a white Tear to serve a HtV term in the peni t Iary fur curipi a iminal vt tt t 1 U ne l deLHfoa sgnif t ree by rear f fat ri t the I re flnpli or i p Yjir tlie heart r of the black belt of the State the famous YazooMississippi Delta Special Judge Cox in affirming the life sentence used the following notable language The safety of all women and the preservation of the sanctity of our homes depend upon the certainty and promptness with which crimes of this character shall be vis ited with condign punishment it matters not how humble and friend Iws the victim nor what be race or color The Chllrdens Favorite For CoughsCroupWhooping Cough etc One Minute Cough Cure is the childrens favorite This is because it contains no opiate is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by Z Wayne Griffin S Bro m WHEN DOES A MAN DIE Qnestion Cannot Be Answered as the Process Is Gradual The swivel Tiiltiijr In the first place tnere is no definite moment of death We all are gradually dying for years The moment which is ordinarily ascribed to death is when the breathing stops but this is purely arbitrary and the survival of an old belief that life was drawn in the breath and the soul passed out with the breath The heart may continue to beat many minutes and in animals under exper imental conditions even for hours after respiration has stopped the muscles are still irritable the nerves are still able to carry nerve impulses But while the cessation of respiation cannot becalled the moment of death it is the cause of it because the body cannot live without air the heart accordingly stops and the tissues die of suffocation How arbitrary it is to call a man dead when his heart ceases to beat and he no longer breathes will be apparent when it is remembered that boys may easily be revived after they have lain in this state for six or more minutes If a dogs chest is openedand artificial respiration be gun and if the heart is taken in the hand and rhythmically squeezed gradually it begins to beat again the dog begings to breathein fact he recovers normal life I believe the same experiment has not been tried in men for the reason that in illness the system is generally so poisoned by the toxins of disease as to make it impossible spontaneously to recover even though the heart should he kept beating The heart of a man I may in some cases be made to beat again outside the body if defibrinated blood is circulated through it We cannot therefore answer the question When does a man die If we mean by a man his body this dies piecemeal one organ after an I other if we mean the mans person ality this evidently disappears when he loses consciousness and from this point of view he may be said to die when he falls in deep slumber cer tainly when he is anesthetized I Thousands Have Kidney Trouble I and Dont Know it- lrewre Flap Out Flit a bottle or common glass with your I water and let It stand twentyfour hours a or settling I Indicates an I it unhealthy condl r tloo of the kid neys If It stains linen It Is frequent desire to It or pain InIthe back U blBd1derThere Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRoot I wish In curing rheumatism pain In the partcfpasslnrItI wins or beer and cvercomes that unpleasant necessity cf being compelled to go often during the day and t i get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect cf Swamp Root Is soon realiied It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cues If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl slesj You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery telislmoroabsolutely freeby mall sediment Ineypass Addre Dr Kilmer Rome or nwuui Root I wrttlngmen1tlon SwampRoot and the address Binghamton MY on every bottle t GENIUS KIN TO INSANITY Great Thinkers Were Subject to Hallucinations Says Lombroso 1IlIrhruhI The resemblenee between insanity and genius although it does not show that these two should he con founded proves at tell events that one does not exclude the other in the same subject In fact without speaking of the numerous men of genius who at some periods of their lives were sub ject to hallucinations or insanity of those who like Vico terminated a greater carrer in dementa how many great thinkers have shown themselves all their lives subject to monomania or hallucinations- In recent times insanity has shown itself in Farini Brougham Southey Govone Gounod Gutzkow Monge I Faurcroy Cowper Rocchia Ricci Feniccia Engel Pergolese Batjusc kotr Murgin William Collins Tech e nor Holderlen Von Der West Gallo Spedolieri Bellingeri Salieri Johannes Muller Lenz Barbara Fuseli Petermann the caricaturist Cham Hamilton Poe Ulrich Montanus a victim to solitude and a disordered imagination was con vinced that he had become a grain af wheat He refused to move for fear of being swallowed by birds Harrington isaid to have imagin ed that disease took the form of bees and flies and for this reason retired to a cabin armed with a broom to disperse them- Nathanial Lee the dramatistcom posed thirteen tragedies during the course of his disease Charlie Lamb in early life had an attack of insanity which was heredi tary in his family Writing of this to Coleridge he said At some fu ture time I will amuse you with an account as full as my memory will permit of the strange turns my fenzy took I look backupon it at times with a gloomy king of envy for while it lasted I had many many hours of pure happiness Dream not Coleridge of having tasted all the grandeur and wildness of fancy until you have gone mad All now seems to me vapid or comparatively soThe great August Compte the ini tiator of the positivist philosophy way for ten years under the care of Esquirol the famous alienist He recovered but only to repudiate without any cause the wife who had saved him Later hewho had wished to abolished all priestcraft believed himself the priest andapos tle of a materialistic religion In his works amid stupendous elucu bratinns genuine maniacal ideas may- befoundWhen we reflect that the genuine lunatic may give proof of temporary genius a phenomenon calculated to inspire ths populace with an aston ishment which soon produces vener ation we find a solid agreement against those jurists and judges who frm the soundness and activity of th intellect infer complete moral responsibility to the total exclusion of the possibility of insanity We also see our way to an inter of the mystery of genius its contradictions and those of its mistakes which an ordinary man would have avoided And we can explain to ourselves how it is that madmen or mattoids even with little or no genjus Pas sanante Lizzarretti Drabicius Fourier Fox have been able to ex cite the populace and sometimes even to bring about serious political revolutionBetter shall we understand how those who were at once men of genius and insane Mohammed Lu ther Savonarola Schopenamer could despising and overcoming obstacles which would have dismayed many cool and deliberate minds hasten by whole centuries and un folding of truth and how such men have originated nearly all of the religions and certainly all the sects which have agitated the world The frequency of genius among lunatics and of madmen among men of genius explains the fact that the destiny of nations has often been in the hands of the insane and shows how the latter have been able to contribute so much to theprogress of mankind In short by those analogies and coincidences between the Phenomena of genius and mentalabbera tion it seems as ifnature had intend ed to teach us respect for the su preme misfortunes of insanity and also to preserve us from being day sled by the brilliancy of those men of genius who might well be compared not to the plants which keep their appointed orbits but to falling Stars lost and disappeared over the crhst of the earth Sunflower Philosophy There is a lot of fool talk I A rebel can always justify rebellion It is claimed that seven out of ten men sulk It is easier fur a woman to behave than it is for a man Let posterity take care of itself i look after your interests An automobile is like a woman liable to sulk at any time about nothingSome people think it is all right to ask for anythingif they can get it- The great doctrine is The better you behave the better you will get along j The first month after a man buys an automobile he doesnt do a thing i play with it IiI am tiredsaid a man today what is generally known as I playing and singing A married man often says in speaking of his children Well its their mothers notion Iti who came a ago said the hospial attendant did not give his occupation I What was the nature of his trou ble asked the resident physicians spineiITho ThatPenetrates DeWitts Wicth Hazel Salve pene trates the pores of the skin and by its antiseptic rubifocient and heal ing influence it subdues inflammation and cures Boils Burns Cuts Ecxema disII i original and genuine Witch Hazle Salve is Made by E C DeWitt Co and Sold by Z Wayne Gaillin Bro Long Courtship Bohemia is the country of long courtships In no other part of the world are they so abnormally drawn out It inot rare to hear of of engagements which have extended from fifteen to twenty years An old man died recently in Prague at the age of nintynine who had been courting a sweet hart of sixtytwo years TI 4 I c o Jour o U nrlvtilecf InspiringAttractive s IXININNINNINewNsIXININI25C FAMOUS Paris Has Had Six of Them All Important Named Af ter It If Russians and Japanese really negotiate their peace agreement ut Washington the treaty will lie known as the treaty of Washing ton Among the most important of the worlds treaties are the fol lowing The treaty of Westphalia the Thirty Years renelSISpain from its position as the leader of Europe A historian says ofIit the last remnant of the suprema cy she had exercised in Europe France the victor took the place of Spain in the councils of the continent By the peace of Augsburg 1555 religious freedom was assured to Germany and the war between Protestants and Catholics came to an end The treaty of Utrecht in 1718 terminated the war of the Spanish successionA of the most important treaties in modern history are known as the treaties of Paris They are six in number and bear the dates of 17M 1783 1814 1815 185G and 1893 The first of the series market the endof the Seven Years War Among other things it provided for the cession to Great Britain of Cana da and the region east of the Mis sissippi River The treaty of Paris September 3 1783 between Great Britain and the United Statesmark ed the close of the American Revolution and recognized the independ ence of the colonies The aggressions of France under Napoleon found their conclusion in the treat ies of Paris of 1814 and 1815 by the second of which France was compelled to pay an indemnity to the allies amounting in all to near 300 000000In a treaty of Paris was eon I cluded among the Powers at the close of the Crimean wnr It pro vided that the Black Sea should be neutralized and that it should be thrown open to the merchant ma rine of every nation The treaty of Paris of 10 lj lIS termi nated the SpanishAmerican war Spain relinquished her sovereignty in Cuba and cured Porto Rico Guam and the Philippines to the United States For the Philippines it received 20000000 Other impor tant treaties were that of Berlin Pr1a olumbaia G CIaeoroaavxp BEST MACHINES MADE Cylinder 750 to Disc Machines 12 to 65 The Oraphophoao reproduces all kinds of mmlo perfectly band orohntra violin vooal and Instrumental solos quartette atom It Im am source of amusement rlglnal Loud Musical Brilliant TREATIES 4Rwhichended December rNIx i i i X BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If hiTtnt s regular hetlthr mnremet of th- ebowelurdqroure0orwlllbe Keep your bowels open cut M of rlolutphr ur pili paleonldentemne Th smoothed oiiltit most perfect war of kttplof tilt bowl clear and tIn It to tab- CANDY 14 r EAT EM LIKE CANbY Mound PtUutil Fount Tut rood Do hood Ntr r Y1n or Orlp l 10 3S tmj M lent per toi Writ for rn umpl and boo- ktonbltb Mire 4U- Sttrllni Rtmtdf CMiinf Chka or Np Ylrlu KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY 1 100 endless Talk being rhea nt IeeeNN6ry- you should pstrnnie hnnir folks where you on buy your own phone and build your own line lint ht to talking distance with the whole coun ty and business polntu genemlU by M only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or I they will beat the whole expense II 4 t you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particular call on S T Steven Manager Hartford Ky settling the Eastern question 1878 and Frankforton the Main May 10 tPnmceWhat Love Will Do Boarding House Keeper You may bring just onehalf the usual amount of meat until furthr notice Butcher Indeed Have any of your boarders left Boarding II 01lie Keeper No but the three biggest eaters have fallen in love u Apple Pickle Several pounds apples four pounds sugar one quart vinegar onehalf ounce cloves and same of cinnomon onefourth ounce mace onehalf ounce allspice mix and ta- nkCASTORIA 4 For Infanta and Children 4 The Kind You Have Always Bought Hears the- Signature dof tScffll u- I Grand St Louis I9O4 1u1uIIIUII cII 1Iraphophones f TALKING Machines Innnn CATHARTIC I Iwtii RICh E C ntertulninguptlvuttnyg M O R utwouringosonunfc D olljhtfuleS uporlorA t c7inchlOlneh 1 ouch 10 pur dozen Grand Opera Rebords made In JOlnch only 3 each discsI lu Srnel tor lmlt emtmlogumm of maeAAiM and fmoordm Wo hnvo ail tho nowomt popular tillm In both atyleD rocordm oyllndoro mint dlooo t Columbia Phonograph Company 117lli West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0C t Gra PrIze W Louis I9OX I UNCLE AND NIECEI I t t Marry Without Knowing of Their Relation When They Learned tbeFact They Seperated Never to Meet Again b 4 jColumbus Ohio June28A mat rimonal venture teeming with sad ness and most peculiar circumstances has just been brought to light Carrie BegedonofT a pretty Russian Jewess was the happy bride of heral own blood uncle for three monthsI before the discovery was made F K Friedman the unhappy groom on learning the truth philo sophically requested Feperationand after consulting lawyers went hisJe way with a heart full of K1rrOWII while the grief stricken girl return ed her parents in Russia 4 It was in Cleveland that fate decreed that Carrie BegedonofT should meet her uncle F K Friedman and of there learned to love him and become his wife The best of wishes where extended to the couple when they left to seek their fortune in a columbus In far off Russia there was a good old mother that Carrie must inform of her taking into her self a husband She gave his name fltandthe mother in answer to her let ter after extending the usual bles ton nlherwere made and it took but a short of time to discover what perverse fate had done To the surprise of both the Friedman and his pretty wife they of they were of the same blood R tToan attorney they told their tale are of woe and he rendered an opinion at some length attempting to prove that no divorce was necessary asunder the law it wasnull and void This opinion was written by former Congressman Emmett TompkinHand was reviewed by Attorney Henry ojtcupimade arrangement to find her par ents in Russia Nor was she in need of money for she was supplied plen tifully by Friedman before his de partureFriedman came to this country some time ago and when he left Russia his sisters child was a wee- tot He had heard from home but aw few times but the saddest message was that which informed him that he was the husband of his own sisters by childcBUTTON BEEnm Is the Worst Terror Since I 4the Kissing by BuR INiW York Cur 1t1l1tlhn UIIPA pest of ji rather peculiar charac ter has been disturbing the folks of FlatbushIt locally as a button bee because of the remarkable I tenacity with which it sticks to clothes It is about the size of and similar in shape to a trousers buts1 ton and individuals have noticed that once it gets its claws into ones clothes it is almost impossible to loosen its grip When it is finally detached it falls to the ground with on 1a buzzing sound like that of the maker Hence apparently the name of button beenStrangely enough although p button bee is sometimes as large asc1 a nickel and always as large as aCI dime screens are useless to keep it out of houses It seems especially to like houses with hardwood floors and persons called out of bed late at to night receive the first intimation ofg the presence of a button bee by standing upon it when the hard surface causes severe pain Should itachance that the button bee be on its back which is the position in which at it sleeps it fastens its powerful claws into the foot of the walker causing acute pain and n wound more or less severe In detachipg the creature if a part of a clawshould remain in the be 0 I J flesh blood poisoningrmight possibly ensue Physicians have had several cases of this kind J A remarkable characteristic of the button bee is thatllIIe misery it level company When couples are t cii4j PierciGolden I largely Wan may other blood purifier or itomacb tonic Bireer Bales today than- ever be fore Is that not the true Its- lP Cures oth era why not rout- Malcea rich red- Ulnod An imita tlon of nat urea method of- reitorinK waste of tliune and imporerlihment of the blood no uerroui force is nwa when you taken alterative extract of herbs and root without the use of alcohol like Dr Pierce Golden Medical Dincoverr Thii vegetable medicine coaxea the digentive functions and helps in the amilmilation of food or rather take from the food Jut the nutri ment the blood require Dr Pierce Gnldrn Medical Discovery the blood and entirely eradicate the poisons that breed and feed disease trJllptlasbolland rear the akin Pure blood is to good The weak tun down debilitated condition which amany T people experience la commonly the effect blood Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery not only cleanse the blood of impurities but it increase the ac tivity of the bloodmaking gland and it enriches the body with an abundant supply purr rich blood No matter how powerful the Intellect or the ttsourna or power it must Everydayof rich arterial blood that la pure Mimulatinz to the brain and that can rr build the uwue that were destroyed inIyesterdays work Dr Pierce Pellets cure blltoiuncta sitting on the porches at night butI bees are sure to appear in great An observer says that is is especially true of the porches houses which do not have street lamps in front of them Whether button bee is essentially a lover darkness is not known Experts divided as to the species to which this new bug belongs- It is remarked that in localities where the button bees are most frt quent mosquitoes are not numerous This suggests that it is the natural enemy of the more general pest Some experiments are being made toward the ascertaining of the truth this theory Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh That Contain Mercury- as mercury will surely destroy the senfes of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucuous surface Such articles should neVer be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they do is ten fold to the good OUI can possibly derive from them Halls Cataarh Cure manufactured F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the surface of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio F J Cheney S Co Testimonals free Sold by Druggists Price 75c bottle Take Hulls Family Pills for COlt stipation m What Olive 011 Will Do- A tablespoonful olive oil a day taken internally will help liver trouble and indigestion- It is also healing for throat or catarrh Serve it frequently in salad dres sings where it will be both an appetizer and medicine Mixed with quinine then rubbed the chest and back it prevents cold mixed with camphor then applied to the throat it cures sore ess mixed with keioseneAvith cam then applied to the throatand it relieves the most obstinate In Mad Chase Millions rush in mad chase after health from one extreme of faddism another when if they would eat food and keep their bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would all pass Prompt relief and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble 25c Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore guaranteed m Early Indications Washington Hlar I guess our boy Josh is goin to a great statesman or sum thin said Farmer Corntossel Is he interested in the tariff No But every time he runs acrost a funny story he learns it by heart an tells it at the dinner table t i R LnP17i r17rr + ia NARROW ESCAPE Nod By Hunter In a HandToHand Fight With Monster Bear Denver iotJ A handtohand encounter with one of tne largest silvertip bears ever seen in this part of the country aud a mad dash down a steep hillside to grasp the branch of a head pine tree just in time to a fraction of a second to save his body from being torn to shreds by the madden ed animal which had been shot in the mouth and also through the heart is the thrilling story related by John T Sanders of Florence Colo aJustice of the Peace whose reputation for veracity is well known The exciting experience was had by Mr Sanders Isaac Sanders his father and George Banks the latter two being well known bear hunters of these parts a short time ago These three men Mr Sanders Sr with shortgun loaded with birdshot andhunting wild pigeons Mr Banks with a 15lOOjcaliber rifle who was out for anything that was large enough for his gun to kill and John Sanders who always fancied hunting dogs with his pack with him that day started out in the lower range of the Greenhorn Mountains for a quiet hunt They had not proceeded more than 100 yards south of the senior Mr Sanders home when he three fiercelooking bears lying on the outskirts of an oak thicket Not knowing the meaning of fear and having only a shotgun in his hand he raised the bears which becoming frightened ran to the opposite side of the thicket Following them Mr Sanders again chased the trio back to the starting point Again he proposed chasing them to another position hoping that the junior Sanders and Mr Banks would arrive with the rifle and dogs before they made to the hills Just as the bears started up thehill the two men appearedand Banks shot one of the bears in the right shoulder breaking- it Even this severe wound did not prevent Mr Grizzly from making his escape but before it and the two companions did so they were forced to put up a desperate battle with the bulldogs that were trained in bear hunting and fighting While the dogs were engaging the attentionof- the frightened bears the older Sanders sneaked up to them and was going to shoot One of the smaller ones of the lot saw him and with a roar gave chase after the man It was anybodys race while it lasted but Mr Sanders being fleet of foot kept well ahead of the animal and finally sprang up a tree and out of the way of the bear The animal kept on running and received a charge of shot in the side from Mr Sanderss shotgun The animal was felled to the ground and bit at the earth in a furious manner Regaining his strength lie ran over the hills but was not pursued by the huntersThe again took up the scent of the other two bears and a clime of two milts was made before tljej were located They were found un der the shadey limbs of a spruce tree hiding Just the moment bruin dis covered they were located they rush ed fron their hiding place and put up a handto hand fight with the hunters and dogs two of the dogs being knocked a distance of fully two feet by heavy blows landed on their sides by the bears paws Sanders and Banks clubbed the bears with the stock of their guns for several minutes but the continuous pounding of the bears heads did not have the desired effect By this time the dogs had rallied from the pounding administered by bruin and again joined the fight Their work this time was effective the bears started to runaway While in the running act Banks shot one of them he fell and the dogs were upon the suffering animal in an instant The We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION- a food because it stands so eta phatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor ing appetite of giving new strength to the tissues especially to the nerves its action is that of a medicine j SeraQforflram e Uhembtt pg IS Pearl Stretl NewYeck jocaodfioat lU pal I uninjured beast fought singlehand ed Jfor his wounded companion Bank was very excited by this time and had the buck ager The elder Sanders took the rifle from him fired at the uninjured bear shooting him through the mouth cutting off the tongue at the base knocking out several teeth and breaking the lower jaw bone John Sanders was stand ing 150 yards down the hill from the bear when Banks fired striking the already frenzed animal in the heart With a roar like a cannon a leap and a lunge the bear with the greatest determination ran with all its fast ebbing strength for John Sanders The young fellow was in a very pre carious situation He made for a tree that was fully 100 yards away and had just reached it in time to spring for a limb and pull himself to a place ef safety when the bear fell at the base of the tree dead The story is told oij Mr Sanders that he kept climbing so high that he climbed clear out of the top Banks and the elder Sanders are famous for their adventures with bear in the early history of this county Sanders hunted with Moc casin Bill who died recently and who killed more bears then any man in the state Furious Fighting For seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash I hada bitter battle with chronic stomach and liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases by the use of Electric Bitters I unhesitatingly recommend them to all and dont intend in the future to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful medicine all have cured such a bad case as mine Sold under guarantee to do the same for for you by Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist m Points on Proposing An old fashioned book on etiquette contains a chapter on courtship that is exceedingly native Any young man who might be contemplating a proposal of marriage was urged strongly to select with care and due forethought the proper time and place of such proposal For in stance he would never propose to a young woman while out boating for ifshe were to refuse him it would be difficult to reach shore immediately and the situation would ob viously be awkward On the other hand if she should accept him the situation would be equally undesirable since too close a proximity and certain attitudes inci dent to the circumstances are known to threaten the safety of a boat also l said young man was advised never to propose to a young woman just I before dinner Having been with out eating for some hours she would doubtless be in a less amiable frame of mind than usual ahd under these conditions might refuse an offer which at another time would seem desirable IKodol Dyspepsia Cure classes of fond tones and strengthens the stomach and digest ive organs Cures Dyspepsia Indig ertion Stomach Trouble and makes richred blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rebuilds worn tissues Gov G W Atkinson loutVa says I have used a number of Koclol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to beavery effect ive and indeed a powerfui remedy for stomach ailments recommend it to my friends Sqld by Z Wayne Griffin Bro- Cures for Drljiktn MenIThere is but one sure euro for the drinking disease or habit and that is the simplest of all The cure consists in eating fruits That willcure the worst case of inebriety that ever afflicted person It will entirely destroy the taste for intoxicants and will make the drunkard return to the thoughts and tastes of his childhood when he loved the luxuries nature had provided for him when his appetite had not become contaminated by false cultivated tastes and attendapt false desires and imaginary pleasures No per son ever saw a man or woman who liked fruit and who had an appetite for drink No person ever saw a man or woman with an appetite for drink who liked fruit The 1wo tastes are deadly enmity with each I other and there is no room for both of them in the same human consti tuUonOne will certainly destroy the other OASTOTlIADean the Kind You Hate Alwiys 8oagtt- 13tggatusI cCsTh8 I of 1UPromotes DigestioncheerruJ ness and neither OpiumMorplune nor MUral NOT 7 ARC OTIC oo Aperfecl Remedy for SlotnachDiarrhocaWormsConvulsionsfeverish I ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK I I lEXACT ClIYt1l RAPPf3L J For 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Digest what you sat +++++++++++++++++e++++If+ t+ FEMAClRAMit- uy JpI1nr lelUale PUeowui are on tin nmrkrt but the only one that hut proven to be nn nhultll Sill poMtlve care for nil forum ot Female Tremble It PlMAClMlA A single trial will ronrlni tlir muat steptltnl of Its almost ml ruiDlcmKeamtUe pow r Made only by the LKlTdlIKlKIII fliUUUCAI CO IncForsale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I it+ fff +++ +++444++++ 4l1- ll a II Hartford Republican rahlllhingeompnnyf 4 E UTJIIdllor rEtzrnoEI3Ccxnb 1ncS3P RouCh 31r 3s- t FRIDAY JUNE 30 REPUBLICAN TICKET t f Foil IIEIKESKNTATIVE CHARLES C BEARD FOR COUNTY JLIHIK W B TAYLOR Ion COUNTY COUUT CIEIIK W S TINSLEY t Ion COCNTY ATTORNEY K M WOODWARD FOIL SHERIFF R B MARTIN Ion JAIIrn OSCAR MIDKIFF FOR StTEHIXTEXIViNT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DFWEESE rait ASSESSOR SAM W LEACH t FOR 81RPEYIt NATHANIEL MOXLEY FOIL COUOXEII JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGISTRATE 1 llnrtfunl IMntrictlxOI yet nominate Irnmnxll IltrletW1 illllir 9 j Sulphur Spring Uletrlrtw S tvon 4 Fnnlvilto UNtrli t Sum Edge 6 llufnril lIItrltSot yet lioinlnnteil 0 ruitrrtnvn IMujrlrt Herbert Ittnilrr 7 Ituiliiort IiUlrltt Nnt yet nonlbaatI- t FOR CONSTABLE I Hiirtftin DUtrlft Not yet noinlimteil Y rrumwell DMrlrt It U Yonni- ri Sulphur spring IHntrlot Wnlter Jlllkltl i 4 rnnUrllle DUtrlct K IleJden Iliitonl I ltrlit Sot vet nninlnntwl aneutertoith tiUtrlttAV II Itlli 1 r ItofVport IIItrlelSut yet nu0altlht- edANNOUNCEMENT WI nre nnthorlziil tonnuannc J II MILES lilt the otflrv nt MuirUtrnte nl the lloekpnrt Mnir lterlnl IHntrlct nubj ft to the adman of the lt pulillrnu party Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us IP Russia is too poor to pay the indemnity why not put the grand du cal coronets in hoch WHKNelect lady Presidest she will add to her cabinet a secre hwy of the Nursery WITH the fourth of July drawing close at hand the terror of the toy pistol is beginning to be felt havedecided that the cabbage snake is not poison and way be eaten with impunity or pickle pork and corn bread A MORROCA Sultan who wears a nightgown all day should not be the cause of war between two great nations like France and Germany IT is pry that capital and labor would get along better to gether if about half the people who are trying to reconcile them would stoiiIT thatis Chicago man sleeps fifty days at a stretch He probably has come to believe that that is the only way that city could be endured IT DDKS not require a college professor to imform the average bright American girl that if she desires so cial recognition she must talk prop- erlY and not chew gum THAT New Jersey junk deale- who threatens to kill the man who sloped with his daughter probably is aware that he has enough useless material on hand without adding a- oninlaw TJIK Hartford iernhlspeaking figuratively says The iron bridges arts at present resting heavily on the I Republicans stomach But speak ing literally which means truly taxI on anything eke JtnoR STEPHEN NKAL who recently died at Lebanon Indwas the real author of the the Four teenth Amendment to the Federal Constitution He draughted the artuf and sw it to the Congress lalo front his home district as a sug I gestion yet it was adopted in its original formjof the construction of the numerou- iron bridges over the county to pour in upon us People are as ing us such questions as why it cost nearly twice as much to build iron bridge in Ohio as it does in D viess county We are working on solution to this and the various othe inquiries and hope to be able to answer some of them in the near future If any one can help us to inform an inquiring public we would greatly appreciate the favor TIlE Hartford Herald seems to be of the opinion that if any one except it ventures to discuss a proposition quote or relate facts about a given subject obtained in a legitimate way or give an opinion concerning a public matter that individual before attempting to do so shouldarm himself with absolute positive and certain proof of its correctness and i connection therewith give in complete detail his authority for it It is true that the Herald has lived longgrown silvery and otherwise in the causein factits froststrewn locks have succumbed to the corro sive influences of constant wea against the breast of timebut when oh when did it pass that point so fain r advance of others that entitles it to that high and exalted consideration in point of truth and veracity which it does not accord others I Dropped Dead Rockport Ky June 29Shelby Warden a prominent farmer living near the city dropped dead nea tunnell hill Sunday morning abou- S oclock Mr Warden had been to Rockport and was returning home He was in a buggy with a youn man by the name of Rowe When gOllouta was g MS d991 and S uW 1t7 Warden fall ltuelg to his assistance he discov ered that he was almost dead Sha ver ran back to his home to procure some water But when he returned Mr Warden had breathed his last Shaver gave an alarm and soon sev eral neighbors gathered in Owing to the corenors absence Esq D J Wilcox left for the scene but he reached there the corpse been removed to the Warden hom where an inquest was held The ver dict was that the deceased came this death from heart failure Mr Wardens aged mother is almost prostrated over the shock The Tfu neral took place at Pond Run church Monday evening Interment was in Pond Run cemetery Waterworks for Hartford- A Waterworks Company has been organized and will in the near future begin the installation of a sys tem of waterworks in Hartford A tower supporting a large steel tank will be erected near the center of town and main and branch lines will extend from it to every part of the city It is reported that the waterworks Company and the Electric Light Company will combine and thus save the expense of procuring site and erecting and mantaining a power plant Hartford has long been in need of I waterworks and the present promo ters should receive the support of all the people Secure an Education The Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business University sustain all the literary and commer cial courses and in addition law music elocution andi oratory tele graphy stenography typewriting railroading Send for catalog of special course desired Address H KyrTelegraphy Send for special information con corning our school of Telegraphy Every worthy graduate secures tIposition Address H H Cherry Bowling Green K- yEruptions i i The only way to get wd of pimples and other eruptions is to cleanse the blood improve the digestion stun mate the kidneys liver and skin The medicine to take is HoodsSarsaparilla Which has cured thousands J HURT BY RUNAWAY HORSE Miss Harriet McDowell Sustained s- lSerious Injuries in a Smash kup Near Taylor Mines sMis1 Harriet McDowell was se beinag a a runaway Wednesdayr noon Miss McDowell lives on the Hart ford and Sulphur Springs road near Sulphur Springs SHe and an uncle had that morning driven togeth to Beaver Dam where theI stopped to attend to some basin affairs and she unaccompanied dro on to Taylor Mines to visit relatives She had spent a few hours in Taylor Mines and had started alone back Beaver Dam to join her unclean return home It was just outside the limits of Taylor Mines that the horse became frightened at what t1not known for no one was in sight at the time and the unfortunate girls sad plight was not discovered it is thought for several minutes terward when she was picked up Robert Miller and others unconscious and seriously hurt Her head tr18 that her skull is fractured She was at once carried on a cot back to Taylor Mines and physicians summoned who have been in constant attendance since At last report the injuried lady was still in 1serious condition and her recovery i thought to be improbable ROCKPORT June 27 Mr and Mrs R T theitI a and Mrs L Reid ht1g heIMiss Ester are the guests of rela tives in Hickman Mrs Caro Sneddon of DyersburgI Tenn is the guest of Mr and Mrs S L Fulkerson Miss Mary Louise Gibbs is the guest of her aunt Mrs Bessie Kevil inRussellvilleWilliam of Paducah is- is visiting relatives here thee n charge of the millinery department department in the store of D F Gibbs has returned to her home in Beaver Dam Mrs Taylor made a host of friends while in the city who regret very much to see her leave 4A large crowd from here were in attendance at the Masonic Celebra tion at Calhoun Saturday Herbert Tichenor of this city accidentally shot and painfully wounded himself while handling a revolver Monday morning The revolver was a 32 caliber and failed to work properly The hammer caught on one of the cartridges causing it to explode The bulletentered his leg pawed through it and grazed the ear of another man that was standing nearby The bullet made an ugly flesh wound and it will be several days before he will be outjMrs Jessie Harrell aged 26 years wife of Z Harrell the merchant here died at her home here last night after an illness of several weeks Mrs Harrell was one of Rock ports highly respected women and the whole town is cast down in mourning over her untimely demise Mrs Harrell is survived by her hus bandand two small children besides a host of friends and relatives who will sadly miss her Roy Elder employed by the slack barrel factory was seriously hurt Saturday morning His hand caught in some machinery and was almost mashed off New Barber Law Under a recently enacted State aw which becomes effective July 1 all barbers in Kentucky must have certificate in order to practice their trade or calling President Williams Examining Board and John Schmiz er secretary have given notice that the law will be enforced BEDA June 27Rev Cantrill Nocreeke filled his regular appointment at Shinkle Chapel Sunday OwensbcirQ1Iinett and Misses Alberta Greer Clara and- Ethel Bennett Messrs A E Ellis Shrdrach Great and Sam Kills attend Ayers Do you like your thjn rough short hair OF course you dont Do you like thick heavy smooth hair Of course you do Then why Hair Vigor ernot be pleased Ayers Hair makes beautiful heads wholees j yearsYOlonglimerniotliiK liraltli In the belt ami r l Idthelel0etlmepnwlugegdendlddreulnuVu T t0t11eo s brittle J r AYYI roAll lr 111 Ifor Weak Hairi-s ed childrens exercises at New Beth el Sunday afternoon s i vibyMrs Dr Stewart visited relatives in Hartford Wednesday j E C Baird took a large load of j t sheep to Beaver Dam Wednesday Ernest Stewart will give a social 1at his home Saturday evening Uncle Lindsay IJennet who has been suffering with a cancer on his j 14sMr and Mrs V II Stewart spent j Monday with their son Dr Stewart Rupert Bennett went to Livermore last Wednesday SunIdayTHE NSW RAILROAD Articles of Incorporation Execuj ted and Filed With County Clerk j Tho proposition to build H railroad i item Madisonville through Ohio Jbeguncles incorporating the company j under the name of the Madisonville Hartford and Eastern Railway Co t have been filed In the County Clerks i oflice for record and certification to the Secretary of State The arti cles of incorporation were executed at a meeting of the incorporators held at the oflice of Mr R E L Simmerman Wednesday afternoon Messrs J W Ford H H Hole man Rowan Holbrook George R Lynn Dr W P Ross John T Moore and It E L Simmerman being the incorporatorsIThis organization by no guarantees that the road meansI built but it is a good step in rection There is yet a good deal of the right of way that must be procured and considerable amount of the required 25000 is yet unsub scribed People over whose land the road is proposed to be run should consider the benefits the conveniences and the splendid opportunities for developing the unlimited re sources of the county that the cons struction of the railroad will afford It is still for the people to say whether the road will be built They hold the balance of power as it were in rights ofway and dona tions Time only will disclose their manner of disposing of that power As a business proposition however there seems to be no plausible reason why the rightsofway should not be freely given BUFORD June 2SMiss Sadie Hudson and two lady friends of Hartford visit SaturI There was a large crowd from here attended Childrens Day at New Bethel Sunday Manning Howard of Owensboro is visiting his aunt Mrs Walter Blair wrley Tichenor left for his home at Crawley La Sunday evening n His wife and baby will remain here through the summer Mrs Laura Magan and son Charley and little daughter Lelia visit liLatffoon Ira1tr and family Sunday There will be a barbecue and ice cream supper at Holbrook schoolhouse next Saturday 1 for the I benefit of the widow PateI p1e rP11c pprpprpc tE P Barnes Bro 2 I iIJ Our buyer has just returned from the market iand every department has lm n cplenished withitT the latest midsummer novelties Every meat has felt tho ellect of these purchases and J4 right merchandise at right prices are rosily oh 4j tained in any section of tho store Many of you 4- a no doubt have heard alarming stories concerning the smallpox in Heaver Dam Them have been 2only three suspicious eases in the town and there seems to be very grave doubts as to its being 4- x smallpox at all So you can visit Barnes store 4 where your interest will bo carefully guarded and S J as our Board of Health is taking every possible J01 precaution to prevent the spread of the coma f J gion there is no possible chaser fur anyone to 0 catch time diseascaWash GoodsaJ In this section every remnant of pieces less than a it 4IlltFwho want materials lily children or Indies who I0 wat summer waist anti dressing saciue materials caWhite Goods Section xpIFlont u t m Waist llama Kmbroititries Many new VnJ It Insrtinys many uew Val Laces mildly mw tvls- sI1 Insertings many now Swiss Hmbroideries I Ladies Neckwear and Belts BrettIxStacks and Collars also Lace Stocks maul altars llu newest jintterns right froth time style centers of = the worll and they alit priced at loc U0n and Joe each Mauls of them worth twice the price p wi dut1 t r Our Siik lieu stock in the Girdle efleets Whites Blacks and Blurs are oval tllyolyouy considerationy 111eIMillinery Clean Up IF As the Millinery season will soon bo over in a tgreat measure we are selling Huts at a big tattoo fp 9ft xhaSf tions And to still swell the sales in this section atIx fJI Beaver Darn IyC14444444 Jftft4IALL OVER THE HOUSE Pointers About Bathing Some Popu lar Fallacies Exploded Daily cleansing of the surface of the body is not any too often The beneficial effects of cleanliness lobo heet ire must bo cystoiiuitie For the henlthfiil the temperature of the bath should be licit her cold nor hotuot citilling the skin by the one nor relaxing it by the otherMorning is the bwt time for bath ink The body is then neither over heated nor exhausted by hours of Inlr Brisk fricti n of the skin Hh n flesh brush or n Turkish towel pro motes activity rind vigor nod cur rects in no small degreo liability to take cold Only the most robust person may indulge in cold baths the Ut hour for cold bathing being middle be tween brwikfiist and dinner when the system is fully braced to throw oft the effects cold water A popular idea that water should not bo entered while tho surface of the body is warm needs td bo ex ploded The surface and extremi ties should Ix warm when ready for cold bath and exorcise should be token just previously if u4cessalry to effect this purpose Success Did tho young man succeed in fe P Qh yes Succeeded to his fn thers millions New Oilcans TimesDemocrat CASTOBXAVw Have Always BoogU Beauthott d+I cdt w a f toe An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our makingforbrings to the surface numerousschemes of the getrichquickcharacter that benefit only the promoters of such at the expense of innocent investors- In this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom ing wages high work in abundance giving employment to all willing to bringing excuse for one not to join the army of moneymaker The first and safest investment to ItheCINCINNATI and most reliable newspaper in the United States With the facts truth and information gleaned from its col umns one may become well qualified 4 to reach out and secure his share of profit that always accrues from invest ments intelligently made The WEEKLY ENQUIRER costs but one dollar for one years term The SUNDAY ENQUIRER costs you two dol lars for n year The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a week you get for fourteen dollars a year- Without the aidof a first crass enterprisebecomes you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY EN QUIRES Addre- ssEnquirer Company Cincinnati Ohio r Y 444H 4 Cr4 1r 44t4 H4W4 rtrVOI Fairs June Specials You will find at Fairs through June a com plete line midsummer Novelties Call and see them t Belts and Neckwear ibroidered newest in wash Belts plain white and em at 25c A beautiful line of Silk Girdle in I Muck Drown and Blub from 25c to 50c The very latest in Ladies Collars in White and Fancy from 25c tI to 50c t f Laces and Embroideries Those sheer dainty patterns in Laces that thin Dress Goods demand are found right in our store A 4large lino to select from with Insertions to match run in prices from 5e to 25c per yard Our Embroidery r i stock is the completost in Hartford1 Our prices tho It i lowest Wo have them in Cambric from He to J5c In Swisses from tOe to 35c all with insertions to match Select your Laces and Embroideries from us and you v will make no mistake Thin Dress Goods These warm days create a demand for cool wear Wo are showing tho prettiest and sheerest qualities inE tWnsh Goods that it has over been our pleasure to I Our India Linen Persian Lawns Swisses Etc run price from lOc to 25c Our fancy wash Fabrics inIfront So to Joe Wo certainly can please those ale hardest to please Wo invite your inspection r Millinery Reduction t ot 1 From now until the end of our season wo will oiler special reduction prices on tho above line Our pros out season has been one of great satisfaction und now A wo want to wind it up by a special reduction sale in jj order to clean tho entire stock Como early und se cure a bargain + Ml Bargain Basement ji Filled every week with goods at 5e and lOc noth ing higher This department should attract tho atten i tion of all economical housekeepers Many useful articles i at oo and tOe that you pay 2oo and 35c for every day Dont fail to visit it when in Hartford k t s ATe+ The Bargain Center I o t7H1H1 1H111 MHartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE ill R 1111 nols Central RailroadTime Table Xnrfli Iliiiinil No1Ute lui n ill AI No lrMnrUuipm NI1uIntr I in Koiillt Hound No ISliiilU1l KIII No 111 ilniM1 Pm No 111 duill40p in AOTIUK TIIK niiriUlMVAN will Irrn o l charge Jlnnory WollfCM 4 pOblUlnrlre KmnlnlintiM or Kmprrl Irtotho rxlrul ol ISO word All aver that aniomit Ne rlinrae for HI Ito iiUfol le per word cnh In n lv nrr Antrim In i xcr ol 130 wont will hn cal down lo rrqnlrnl limit iiulfKH 1 r 11UtnryI RrIIt wait Otennwrlpt 10 elry le n word in every Inmntirr l Pretty Summer Hosiery at Fairs Nice Hot Fish at City Restaurant City Restaurant surely feeds the i people I Special prices on Ribbons next Sat i urday at Fairs- I i rMr C P Morris Ceralvo called to see us Tuesday I t I Besttlco Cream and Cakes in town IatCity Restaurant I I Burial Caskets for sale by P L i Wood Ceralvo Ky 12112 1 Buy the American Lady and R f G Corsetsat fairsI4 t Beautiful assortments of Ribbons for summer wear at Fairs 1 Mr U S Carson and sister Miss Edith Cars6n are the guests of rela tivesnear AJorgantown i L See Fairs colored Umbrellas at 200 Seth Moseley Prentis called to see us Wednesday Late novelties in Ladies Belts and Neckwear at Fairs My My isnt the City Restaurant Ice Cream just fine I J D Holloway Rosine called to see us last Saturday Seven and eight cent Lawns at Fairs Saturday for 5c L D Taylor Manda was a pleas ant caller last Saturday Big values now in Millinery at Fairs Come and see them B S Chamberlain Nocreek was a very pleasant caller Monday Twopiece Summer Suits for young men at Fairs Get our prices Misses Ethel and Clara Bennett Beda were pleant callers Monday For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office i Black Birkhead the liverymen have the nisei Rigs and the bent horse Miss Hallie Morton Owensboro is the guest of Miss Florence Mor tonCity Dr A F Stanley has returned af ter nn absence of several days in Oklahoma Dont worry and stew over makin Ice Cream when you can buy better at City Restaurant Black Birkheads New Stable is large enough to accommodate everybody Give them a call j b wf I i = u Mr G B Smith Taffy called to see us yesterday Mrs Tula Chinn is the guest of friends in the city Dr C G Crowd r platon called to see us last Saturday Special values in Fairs 5c and lOc Basement next Saturday Henry Shaver Beaver Dam was a pleasant caller Saturday Prof A E Ellis of North Hart ford called to se us Jast Saturday T R Kinchelo of the Providence neighborhood called to see us Wednesday 4 Mrs Isabel Ralph Louisville is the guest of her motherMrs H D McHenry Mrs P H Alford Horse Bratich is the guest of Mr and Mrs J E Davidson Prof A P Taylor and family Beaver Dam are the guests of Mr and Mrs W B Render Black Birkhead will carry you to Beaver Dam and back Bus makes three regukir trips daily Housekeepers should take advan tage of the bargains Fairs are offer ing in their 5c and lOc Basement HO Leave your laundry at Cleve Iler grocery Work guaranteed Promp- delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf One lot 11 111 12 12 18 13J 1 li Childrens Pointed Too Tan Slip pers former price 150 now 50e at FairsBorn to the wife of Mr J E Davidson Monday a fine ten pound boy William Alford Mother and child getting along well Mr J L Carson was the guest o his brother Alex Carson of th Barnetts Creek neighborhood the latter part of last week Mr S P Taylor and granddaugh ters Misses Annie and Myrtle Tay lor of Butler county are the guest- of Dr J W Taylor and family Mrs J B Foster and Miss Olive Carson attended the Childrens Day services at New Bethel Sunday Also at Masonville Sunday evening Mrs Julia Wedding and son Rob ert were the guests of relatives a Wnitesville the first of the week Robert left for Charleston S C Wednesday Mr D L Smith Owensboro and grandsons Master Walker McCuen Owensboro and Masters Worden Newbolt and Russell Pirtle Hart ford made us a very pleasant call Wednesday Mrs Manerva Hocker widow o the late Philip Hocker died at he home in the Goshen neighborhood last Friday After funeral services conducted by Rev G J Beau he remains were interred in the Goshe- cemetery NOTICE Taken up by J L Morgan 3 head of long yearling cattle 2 mark ed crop and underbit in right and swallow fork in left ear Red male unmarked Owner can find same at Mr Morgans by paying him charges J R PHIPPS S W Heavy rains haye been reported in almost everY part of Ohio and ad joining counties Hartford seems to be about the driest place in th State Very little more than rain enough to lay the dust has fallen atone time since the wet spell broke tit six weeks ago The annual barbecue given by St Marys Catholic church at Whites ville Ky July 11905 will likely b the most largely attended barbecue ever given on these ground Prepay ations are being made for all wh may attend If you miss it you will- miss the biggest occarsion of the season 19t2 ESTRAYOne pale red heifer with short crumply horns heavy built un marked now about 3 years old Has been gone from my farm near Sulphur Springs Wince June 1904 A liberal reward will be paid for return of same or any information leading- to recovery SCHUYLER S ACTON Sulphur Springs Ky 0 WANTED BY CHICAGO MANUFAC TURING HOUSE person of trust worthiness and somewhat familial with local territory as assistant in branch office Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No invest meat required Business established revio experience not essential to engaging Address Manager I Branches 323 Dearborn St Chicago tr After a few days visit to his family here Col C 11 Barnett returned to Louisville yesterday Soda Water Lemonade Pop Coca Cola Orange Juice Cherry Phos phate Soda Cream c at City Restaurant Esq G W Martin who was strick en with paralysis the first of last week at his home near Select is im proving + We the undersigned Merchants of Hartford Ky agreed to close our place of business on the 4th of July Carson Co Fair Co Sam Bach and Long Co Masters Darrel Sullenger Allison and Estil Barnett and Seth Riley spent a few days the first of the week in camp a few miles up the creek fishing and hunting Childrens Day services were held at New Bethel church Sunday Ev eryone present seemed to enjoy the basket dinner which was prepared by the members of the church The success of this entertainment was due in a great measure to the good management of Supt Wilson Bennett In another column wilt be found Htr iai District Mr Miles is one oftheI very best citizens of the county and a staunch Republican and if nomi nated and elected the county fiscal 11Cairsandallotherbusinessentrustested honestly looked after His nomina tion is practically equivalent to elec tion i Boys Camp Y MC A hasnotyearnedforadaye it Knowing the savage nature within them there are conducted 5000 summer camps for boys throughout the United States under j AsHartford is not backward and a few boys returned from just suchacamp last Monday They named it Camp Rough and they divided themselves into two divisions known as the owls and the skeeters Harrold and Mc Henry Holbrook Frank Foremam owlstwhile Raymer Tinsley Martin and- Charlie Thomas Finnegan Matting ly Frank Russell were the skeet ers A few of the owls got homesick but all had a big time Swim ming fishing tramping Uoat riding camp fire and turn about too cook were some of the activities The ride on a slide on was a feature Pepper was the chief boatman Rus Dutchf man furnisheddcame a few cuts sunburned badly happy isni 1PRENTISJune lGWe are in need of rain very much iCev Chester Stevens deliveredan interesting sermon to a large au dience at Slaty Creek last Sunday Messrs W S Taylor and A V Leachof this place attended the Educational Association and visited the Mammoth Cave last week They repqrt a pleasant tripe W S Jarnagin and son Orice were the guests of G W Leach and family Sunday Officers were elected in our Sunday school at Slaty Creek last Sunday W S Taylor was elected Superin tendent A V Leach Assistent Su Seee rotary Prof E W Patterson of Frank ato1this place Coming Under Auspices of the Y M C A Mr Ernest Charles House and his lecture Character are unqualified ly endorsed by leading men in our best churches Young Mens Christ IanAssoiatiansschoolsandbymanybusinessmen I He will deliver his lecture at Beaver Dam Saturday July lat Hartford Monday July 3 and at Fordsville Wednesday July 5 Children under 15 years lOc Adults 25c Just Meandering A city sir It is a fond dream of mineto become a farmers wife and meander with him down lifes pathway and to this the Osborne Ian News replies Ah yes that is anithing but when your I Ig tirQ+ tStyles t Of Quality for i t The 4th i Ty Not the kind that simply appeals to the + eye whenseen in the store and show up 2 4 badly under the test of wear Our Clothes L + keeps their good looks Coats hold their Shapes and give good satisfaction in the 2 wear that is the reason that we sell the L most Clothing for it is our specialty and 2 we always have a large supply to suit 4 every ones taste They are very distinc L 4 tive and carry the impress of the wearers good taste and judgment L + Dont forget that Clothes go a long way towards making the man If you dont 4 want to spend more than 500 for a Suit we can give you the very thing you want + and if you want a better Suit call on us and we can fit you up becomingly First impressions are the best Good Clothes do it Ours are the kind for they are + made by expert tailors If you are tong Jj or slim r short or stout we are the ones for you to see We arc getting special j patterns for the 4th of July Come in JJ and look at our specials in Shoesslippers Hats and Gents Furnishings f It+ Hartford Ky s 4tM 4444q- r Opportunity blMt4i At Your Door r 84Ua11t let it slip by unimproved A splendid j 14 to Jurnidh your home with the newest and Mo J best line of Furniture ut u big saving in price is now J 41oll red When in need of Furniture of any doscrip tJIa 44tiuucome direct to A C Taylor the Furniture man j 41 ho can fit von onto I s y A beautiful line of Buggies Surries Traps Drive jj a Wagons antl Mauves always in stock All goods bb s of the newest and mutest designs All firstclass Its f tu vour interest lo visit 11ystore bIrr4 4 A TAYLORHartford or rx r rYravarvravMiYr r rrirrr4 hunband meanders off and leaves you without wood and you have to meander up and down the lane pull ing splinters off the fence to cook dinner and when you meander along in the wet grass in search of the cows till your stockings are soaked and when you meander out across twenty acres of ploughed ground with a club to drl clr 1J hta out of the cornfieldand tear your dress on the I hardwire fence when you meander j back home to the house find that the billy goat has butted the stuffin outs of your child and find the old hen 1 I parlorIon and realize that meandering is not what it is cracked up to be Work as good as the best and prices as cheapestGiyc for any kind of job printing and be convinced n RI1S f1i ALL OVER THE HOUSE HUnilbU Suggestions For the Bv y HcuMwI- fTinger stains nm be removed by rubbing salt antiTalon on the spots until they disappear Wash after wvrd with clean water To clean lacquered silver make a strong solution of hot water and washing powder put the articles that are tarnished into it and cook on the stove until bright The pineapples crown should be twisted off if the fruit is not to be used at once as these leaves if left on the fruit after it is ripe will absorb both ftwor and juice The mixing pan can be quickly cleaned ifa little boilingwater it poured into it for a a close cover put over The steam softens the dried dough so that it will readily wash oil- Dandelion Win Pick just the blossoms cutting the sterna off close to the flower or the wine will be bitter Put a gal Ion of the blossoms in a kettle with a gallon of water Let it stand three days add the yellow rindof three lemons and three oranges boil fifteen minutes then strain When lukewarm add the juice of the lem ons and oranges four pounds of white sugar and one yeast cake Stand in a warm place for a week strain and stand for three weeks longer then bottle Walking Made Ey Dissolve a pound of t08pin six quarts of water add one taWespoonful turpentine and three tablespoonfuls of liquid ammonia Stir well put ina tub with warm water enough to cover the clothes Cover the tub welland let it remain two or three hours or overnight if you wish then wash and rinse as usual They will require scarcely any rubbing Caro of Vwlla A fresh veil is a very necessary finish to a womans costume It is better to buy a cheap veil often than to wear an expensive one that has become stretched and frayed A veil should be shaken out or if very dustv laid upon a smooth sur face and brushed gently with a soft hat brush then always rolled never folded as constant bending wears and breaks the net Ptomaine Poison lhe term ptomaine poison is in everybodys mouth but few know what it really is It develops says What to Eat through the action of acidon tin That is why every can of meut or vegetables or fruitsI should be turned out into an earth en bowl or crock immediately upon opening the tin cant and that is why mayonnaise should never be put into tin nceptllclesI freshIemng efIfeetiwis put a lump of ammonia gloves are suspended in the bottle I without touching the drug and the bottle is tightly corked for a day The fumes from the ammonia clean the kid and leave no odor r LCleaning Marble Statues statues should never be washed with snap Instead dissolve u large lump of Spanish whiting and a teaspoonful of washing soda in enough water to moisten the whiting and form a paste Hub this into the marble a flannel cloth and after an hour wash it off with warm water drywell and pol r x nom 7 Rheumatism Remedy v For rheumatism try the very simple cure of boilingwater Take at least a pint before retiring at night The object of taking boilingwater late at night is that during the hours you are resting and the di gestion is not lacing tried the boiling water can do its work on the gastric juices fGlazing Meat Pie Crust I The amicamncc of meat pie crusts and in fact almost any pastry is much improvedIllbrushing with a mixture made by beating the yolk of an egg in two tablespoonfuls of milk The glazing should be done about ten minute before the pastry is taken from the oven- Lacquered Brass Lacquered brass of all kinds should be cleansed with hot water nnd good soup nnd rinsed in clear hot water then polished with a soft woolen cloth Do not use metal polish as it destroys the lacquer and the polish will not stand Cleaning the Carpet In taking up 11 carpet first sweep and wipe it then remove tacks and fold it over exactly in half Sweep the underside thus exposed with a dIlUlllnletlff broom qnd keen on J folding the carpet until its entire underside has been swept FOR THE LITTLE ONES Writing About Facts or Fanotea le a Novel Lama Do you ever think whets studying your history what youwould have done head you been this person or that It is an easy thing to see where certain persons mode serious mistakes and we naturally think we would have done differently If Julius Caesar had stayed at home that day instead of going up to the capitolif Napoleon had boon con tent when he was ruler of France instead of trying to control all Eu ropeif Benedict Arnold hid remained loyal to his country instead of trying to betray it to the enemy The idea suggests a good game minutes I Would Do if 1 Were President or Some Things I Would Do if I Were Czar of Russia In a similar way it may be supposed that you are a schoolteacher a policeman a tramp a dog chasing a rabbit aI man with 100000000 and no rela tives a boy in a runaway balloon away over ocean a mullldCSert mulltalkedHeWa P S Helen hud been taught to say her prayers every night and the little prayer beginning Now I lay me down to sleep was prayer used One day an old friendof the family Auntie Benson came to spend the I day and on leaving asked Helen to remember her in her prayers Helen agreed That night after asking that a blessing should rest on her mother father grandparents aunts uncles cousins Helen rose from her knees She walked across the room and jumped into bed Then like a shot she jumped out again sank down on her knees exclaimedIostscriptand Aunt ie Benson 1 Tune For Stilt Why dont more of our boys and girls take to stilts this summer Theyre fine fun The Japs are the most enthusiastic stilters in the world it is said They make their stilts of bamboo They mortise the blocks for the feet on to the sticks and bind them in place with withes The queer tiling is that the blocks instead of projecting sideways project Irack ward and the little Jap boys and girls hold on by grasping the sticks between their big toes and little toes i For Two GirilIA nice game for two girls is for one to have a piece of paper and I pencil and write down a proverb i hut instead of writing it properly only the first letter of each word I must be put and a cross instead of ecru of the other letters in the word Then the second player must add the proper letters over the crosses It sometimes takes quite a long time to think of the required let ters Careful of His Health Willie Mall had a cold but was quite recovered When he carne to take his kith the other morning it way evident that he had learned somethingMamma I he cried hadnt I better wear my rubber loots when I hove mv bath Ill get mv feet wet ifldoiit I j A Nursery Pantomime 1vo ben to eeo the Where all the people plntomlmeI I wonder why they There was n little girl like nvs I Her hair was nil In curl and Had got a tog like you heI I I I j They danced a merry minuet Like this stand up and bow my pet For that a the way you know Now bow again and once again And watch the steps I take and then Ill show you how they go Smart Scholar IA in the first grade was asked byher father how to spell rat When she had spelled it he asked her if she could spell mouse Of course I can You spell it just the same way onlywith letters A LITTLE NONSENSE- sits of wisdom Out of the Mouths ef Children Little Bobby looking at a big papaPupaWell it i Bobby Little Bobby Why dont they build the cities in the country where theres more room Little Johnnys father had just broken a fancy plate Its a good thing you aint a kid papa said the little fellow or mamma wouldnt do a thing to you Small Elmer and his fattier had just had a strenuous ifiCw inI the woodshed I punished you merely to show mv love for you said the CatherI Tthats all rright sobbed the 1 little fellow If a ggood thing 1 lint bbig enough to rereturn your loveChicago News Not Quite a FoolI 1 understand that you said I was a fool11ell1m glad to know that on ore capable of understanding wine thing No Distinction Does your palter get out a color ed supplement on Sunday asked the northern visitor of Colonel Kloodlcigh Not at ulll The negroes read the saute us the whites replied thtwlistinguishededitorSew Or leads TimesDemocrat jGetting Wise I supjK ro you halla blowout when you went to town said the slangy voting man Not any more answered Farm er Corntosscl Ive got to I know how to handle them gas burners UR- well as anybody Washington Star Mistaken Idea But ray dear remonstrated Mr Meekiui theres u good deal to be saidon both sides No there isnt answered his spouse Ive told you what I think about it maul thats all that is going to be saidthicngolribuneVery Mrs Itichcrleigh doesnt seem to care at all whcthir shy U considered fashionable or nut No She hasnt even gone to the hospital to be operated on for any thing Chicago Beeord IIerald Not Sure Is your daughter learning to play the piano I cant say for sure answered Mr Cumrox whether shes learn ing to play or Im getting used to itWnshington Star Hit Lack of Appreciation Auntie Lingcrlong There there Stopcrying Willie and Ill kiss you gainWillicAw thats what Im cry ingnboutWomans Homo Cod panion Reasonable Request IA wood and Ill give you a dinner Hotter lemme git a little practice fust maam by cuttin de beef Meak Cleveland Plain Dealer Crops Traveler This seemsto be a pretty good farming section Native Waal yes Tlieres more gold bricks sold around here than anywhere teeBrooklyn Life Italian Fruits SheIwonller why so few men ure regular churchgoers HeI dont know unless its cause there is no law prohibiting i Kansas City Independent Sorry For Him Mrs HarduppeJohn Im sure theres a burglar in the house Mr Well I feel sorry for him I know what it is to work hard for nothingluck Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it DrKingsNew For ravMrrrox tile Sk1r1NULDa A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Bottles free FIRST BOTTLE FREE In order to prove absolutely that Jr CArliUtUs German Liver Power will cure you of all maladies per taming to the Liver and Kidneys such as Constipation Indi gestion Biliousness Malaria Nervous and Sick Headaches Dlnrrhua and Dysentery of a bilious type Rheumatism and Blood we give you a 5c Bottle absolutely free to try and be convinced t No sick one can neglect such an olTer and be fair to themselves Tho very fact of the otter must convince you that Dr Carlitsdlc German Liver Powder toes what is claimed for it The manufac turers surely would not give it away it there was any doubt aR to the results You want those results you want to he well Wont you let us show you the vay We imve been appointed s lal Dis i tributing Agents for the free distribution of the 25c bottle of Dr Carlstedt German Liver Powder Call at once or you will bo too late as the offer is so liberal it cannot last In definitely Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder Has relieved and cured many thousands of hopeless cases and we want you to try it If you live at n distance and cannot send or call in person send 7c for p to the Ame lean Pha r macal Co Kvunsvllle Ind who will take pleasure in sending it by mall Do not children Yours respectfully J 11N1It1 4 MM OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER S WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex ceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pable of development into a permanent and profitable business WRITE AT ONCE WheelerWilsonMfgCo 72 and y4 Wabash Ave CItICAGO HenryWattersons Letters from Europe- I Will be A Leading Feature of The CourierJournal During 1905 There will be many other attractive departments nil going to mke a com Icte Kewipapt r Mall Hated Dally CourierJournal 1 Yr 6 Dally and Sunday I Yr 8 Weekly 1 Yr tI I COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY I By u Special ou theIcan stet HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I nndthoIWKLY COURIERJOURNAL HotH one year for only 8150 lbs is for cash subscriptions only AH suhrcnbrrs under this combine tinn over must be ssnl through TiiK RKPUIIUCAN oftkI Prmnntlr obtained or no fr Wrltforoer- CONFIDENTIAL LETTER heron II obtAIn PATENTS THATgePAY- and help lnreeton to eatce5L aketeb and IMMEDIATEFREE REPORT wendIINTABIUTV 2Oyeanpracuce Patent tome to lured 505607 7lh St WASHINGTON D C L j BIG FOUR The Best Line tuIIndianapolis t Peoria Chicago p Toledo I Detroit P Cleveland IBuffalo+ York Boston And all other points East Information cheerfully furnished on application at City I t Ticket Otlice Big Four No f I2ZI Fourth aventif or write to S1 GATES I Genl Agent PIISSeIQCr Dept ILouisville Ky I g v vank r Patlo1a f The Modern tonics rinse before ah meal will make you tel DyspepsiaA f I Caitrrh ol the Head Ihioat Stomach ants Lt Grippe nfi general dcblity Made by the LlFTCIIFlFLD PiiAlf t i MACAL Co Incitit attic by J e J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I Soro Our Free BOTTLE yXSStrsatried It en order on what Dr OttosSpracGumlahamisandwhatItcando accept it yon no ifono un glectinchanoueriindbflfiilrTonImt of the offer must convince due a we claim Wo for a and she it away II thero Will an doubt Yoa tb06e reeultaIoU want ts be welt Wont you let ui atour upon show Dr Gum Balsam Is sold two sizes and jDjLSw onIr M IURMTT e E IT1 BARRET f SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW KY- WIHlirnrllfrlhrlriirnlrMloala till Ohio and ntIrilwrlnlattMithiiiKlmtiiHlllinrliirtxtitniiiil Ihlr fill M hunted Ural Kutntr Ijiw M i+rliitth omirln IlruuhteAa Ilnildlu- gf FRANK L FELIX of AttorneyatLawJIAStrr Will rnrllv hU irofrMlun In Ohio and ad JulnlDK county end In tb Court of Criminal irartln end Cnllrctlom n HHlnlty tune In lh HrrnM Imllillnic I CHAS M CROWS I LAWYER HAKTCOKD KY Will pnrtlrhiprufrrtau la nil the ruqrt + t Ohio and alnlnlnir rII ell th Ntclsisltemanltatrrrlndnal- prerllrsad to nillwllimii Offliv rornrr Mar Vt stud Ontrr 11 Tlmmnn rrerr aptalre JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY rAW HARTFORD KY rullectLamalltRUatey Umrarthldpnlllrptt R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KYtWI 11prrllrrlnthrstnt audrr4rsme 0nr- lIroeratrNnhurur IVn lnn Kr CuIlM tlim SotsryPahtleforbiornnttly M I IIHAVKIN KIINCHV HEAVRIN WOODWARD sttOf 3 1Htnertrfrlitl nttrntlun irlrrn rrlmlnnl nbdfolUr r hoes ilfflr honk ol nrltuid W H BARNES Attorney at Law I AMtrofNTV ATTOItNKV- llARTconn hy- 11111praelIrLIpnfrlnnInlllheu a tubinnndadjolningeountisnd In tli run jl- lpianl Strict atlrntliin xllllx J1vo tn hulare rntrnrtrd to hlinr llwtlon Smilts Illtlra InrnnrthiinM YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW I Hnrtfnnl Krntuck Will iirncllfphlii prop + ion in sill this iVnrUol chin auJ nollIIIIIIII riiatitk and 1s the Court ot niwil lbw Nntnr Oitlnntrr Flrt li Ieo IrTRADE IhId MARKI Anion tending a our opinion free whether an tlowrnetlycunedntlslHANDBOOKrcimmnnlr onlairnu eryforrurtngpatentlatent itIftrlal notUt althea In the I Scientific American- A hamltomelr Illnitraled weeklf Ijirgfit elf dilation of anyclenltpe eartfnurnunIlutlt aoideyaileewdeslera Yorkr rrrrtrterr rw w obtaIA nlmu Ira mukti 6cupfrllrie IN ALL COUNTRIEB Jlrtel whA Wc+Ala lua mss fear many an tcfl n Hrfalml i Infrlntimtnt Prtetlci Esclutlvilf Write or com ulu 1 BU HloUi Itrat tpp ralM ntaat 0 WASHINGTON D C r 1 Get The BestFirst Bottle FreeR In order to prove absolutely that wo can cure of all maladies pertaining to Coughs CoWs and all Throat Iud Lung Troubles Whooping Cough Croup Bronchitis Asthma and Throat wo flvo you an order on your drug gist pay him for a bottle ot DR OTTOS SPRUCE GUM BALSAM a strictly compound of virtue MADE FROM THE RED SPRUCE TREE The MOST STUBBORN COUGHS not only Immediately yield to this remedy butaro speedily and permanently cured Proposition FIRST FREE G1a1D- I druggisttTo placea TbcTery rant Com Balaam would snrfllfnotpajr bottle ofresults e nUns Spruce In 25c 50c IIAKIFIIKII lhriiaili l1451 toar- arAprab AT VOOlWAil irnrtlfr atl dixirtn IolnI aulrklfreruln charge Bendmodt aOIuWr Fittntind ItatM will sclentlflo peculiar CUT OUT THIS COUPON maltIelIdloeaae Ie I hate never tried DrOttog Bnrnro finni Balsam but If anwlB tdenl7 a 25o bottle rroo 1 will tako It and rtcommcnd 1 to mrt 4 JniTFor Sale by J Ha WILLIAMS Hartford Ky v v ufyv i rrilia cllluy- r JUST OUT Every man is entitled to a square deal PUKHIDKNT i HOOSKVKITMy Own Story By Caleb Powers 11This hook is a calm dispassionate account from the stand point of the man most interested of thu conditions in Ken tuck leading to the assassination of William Goebelandof Powers indictment and conviction on the charge of complicity in his murder- It covert his youth in the mountains of Kentucky the it conventions of 18I the election the shooting of Goebel the arrest the three trials and the prison life For dramatic situations human interest and political importance the case of Caleb Powers is unequaled 1 Many Illustrations from Photographs of Actual Scenes Connected with the Tragedy Imo Cloth Ornamental Cover At All Booksellers 9IBO PoHlpnlcl from PuhllMhorH- MR POWERS HAS A SUBSTANTIAL CASH INTEREST IN t EVERY COPY SOLD OF MY OWN STORY t The BobbsMerrill Co Publishers Indianapolis Clarence Keown Local Agent Hartford Ky OUR CLUBBING RATES ITm RBiiiuicAN and Louisville Heruld125rI- m UKITIUICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 TUB RKITKIICAN and CourierJournal 150 TIll RKiiiiuuAv and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 r tyB RKPUIIMCAK and Home and Farm 125 THK IlKiiiiucAN am Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THK RttiiitiicAN and Tvicoa Week Owuiisborolnquirer 175 Tin RKITIIMCAN and Daily Owcnsboro Inquirer 370 Till RKitMiucAN and Twiceu Week Oboro Messenger 175- I rc W IIIWIW IIIWIIIIWIW rr I DO YOU WANTA Position that will pay you from 500 to 5000 a year + a ktr That is what our graduates are demand ing Tor their work11e give the kind of training that counts from the start Increase Your SalaryR a course in the OWKN8HORO JUSINESS UNIVERSITY Term begins Sept 4th Write totiny Address It Owensboro Business University Owensboro Kentucky I nrr AIIfI I 111 M n 1 I RIDER AGENTS WANTED No Money Requireduntil ou receive and approve of your bicycle SS Ted Days Free TrMFinest guaranteed etaf1 afaTk 9AISOll Models with Coustqr Brakes and Puncturelosa Tires 12BeatAny mike or model you want at onethird usual price Choice of any standard tires and beat equipment on all our bicycles Strongest guarantee We SHIP ON APPROVAL O 0 D to any ono without a cent deposit and allow to DAYS FREE TRIAL beforo purchase is binding fTAB IIU QtakenDO NOT FAOTOHJTlUTqulpminl sundries and sportlnir coodi or all kinds at bait rerultr In our big tsp Sundry Catalogue Contains a world of useful Information Write for It I PUNCTUREPROOF TIRES 475 Regular price 8 SO per pair 5WeYou Smple NAILS OR TACKS GLASS Pair for OnlyWONT LET AIR making i r PUNCTURESI OTUS Serious can bo I EASY RIDING STRONG DURABLE SELF HEALING FULLY COVERED by PATENTS BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Pend for Catlocuo nn no Tahowlnlf all kinds and makes of tire et soo per pale and upat Hall th uIpile WIlloutlastAND EXAM NATION witowt a rest Crlarf- we will allow aah dieounl or 6A nuklnc the price 1450 per pair If you send lWlash with out r Tires to bo returned at our expense It not atlafactory on I MEAD CYCLE CO Dipt JILl CHICAGO ILL v9r 1Ji w 4 rFrE er fl 4Jk iskw + er I POPULATION CENTER I Has Reversed Its Course and Is Now Moving Back Eastward lrxlliii 11reklyl There is a strong probability that the center of the countrys popula tion which from the beginning along until liHJO had been pushing westward has reversed its course Some light on this point will be obtained in a few weeks Many states make a count of inhabitants half way between the national enumerations Massachusetts Rhode Island New York New Jersey Florida MichiganI Wisconsin Minnesota South Dakota Iowa Kansas Utah and Oregon do this in 1905 Iowa is predictinf a practically stationary population for itself Only a small increase is looked for in Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota and Kansas An average is predicted for the Dakotas Utah and Oregon On the other hand considerable gains are expected in New York Massachusetts New Jersey and Rhode IllandI while Florida believes itshares in the expansion which is making the South the most rapidly growing section in the country today All this would indicate a movement of the population center toward the East for the first time in the countrys annalsThe South is having a prosperity unknown in its previous history and it is attracting settlers from the North and West and from Europe The National Bureau of Immigration is helping to divert immigrants to the South and thus relieving the congestion in the great Eastern cen ters In 1900 the population center was close to Columbus near the mid die of Indiana having moved west ward only 14 p ilex in the 10 years after 1890 as compared with 48 miles 10 in the decade immediately previous and 58 miles in 10 years just before that While this movement of tile population center to the West was steadily slackening a movement to the South which brought the centert two miles nearer to Mason ons line in the 10 years ending with 1900 was in progressand is still un der way The chances are that the population pivot is now marching eastward thus reversing the course of the star of empire hitherto and Z that it is slowly veering at the same time to the southward This change if it is really under way will have vast social and political consequences for the country A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have to en dure the terrible torture of Piles I can truthfully say writes Henry Colso of anurille la th at for Blind Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns and injuries 25c at Z Wayne Griftln Bro druggist m gWashing The Air In an office buillding erected re cently in Pittsburg an apparatus has been arranged in connection with the heating and ventilatiin plant whereby the air is washed and all dust and soot removed before it is put into circulation In the ordina ry heating and ventilation system a motordriven fan draws in the out side air which warmed by a steam READ THIS Louisville Ky June 13 1901 Dr EW Hall St Louis o Dear Sir I have suffered three years from kidney and bladdertroubles n- and onehalf bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and I can cheerfully recommend it Yours very respectfully J N ROBERTS 1819 Maple St A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheuma tlsm and all irregularities of the kidneys Z and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble I in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to cure any of the above druggistsi I P 0 box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo coil or other heater or in certain cases in summer cooled to a proper temperature is then circulated throughout the bilding In tne new laboratory of the National Beureau of Standards at Washington the air is first filtered through fine cloth but in the Pittsburg building the washing device consists of a metal supporting frame which is fille with broken coke over which Ovat- etrickles As the air is passed through the coke the water washes out the small particulars of coal soot and dust and carries them to the bottom of the apparatus where they can be removed from tt e to time Ti1uilding derives itstire supply of air through the ventilating flues there being a small pressure which produces the leakage outward and the actual operation of the plant has proved most successful and the desired cleanliness has been secured CAT HABears theTheKind You Have Always Bwjji Uftatirt et A Nice Point at Law During Queen Victprias reign one the solicitorsof the Queen who had jurisdiction over capital cases chanced to be a man named Bacon By a curious chance a man named Hogg was condemned to death under his jurisdiction The day before the execution Hogg sent for his execu tionerer Bacon The prisoner pleaded for interference in his case because of his claims of relationship to Bacon The solicitor always ready with a reply answered I have no proof of our relationship You are doubtless mistaken At any rate the execution must take place I for only in that way can matters beset I right Hogg is not Bacon until it is dead It is said the prisoner laughed in spite of himself Torture of a Preacher The story of the torture of Rev D Moore pastor of the Baptist church or Harpersville N Y will interest you He says I suffered agonies because of a pursuent cough resulting from the grip I to sleep sitting up in bed 1 many remedines without r lief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely cured my coughand saved me from consumption A great cured for diseased conditions of Throat and Lungs At Wayne Griffin Bro druggists price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial Bottle free m aKentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs fo 1905 as far as reported Officers 0 fairs are requested to report to u any ommissions or correction o datesHartford October 44 days Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 84 days Fern Creek August 154 days Shepherdsville August 154 days LawrenceburgAugust 154 days Vanceburg August 164 days GuthrieAugust 173 days ShelbyvllieAugust 224 days Springfield August 234 days NicholasvilleAugust 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Florence August 804 days Elizabethtown September 5s daysGlasgow September 64 days Kentucky State Fair September 184 days- Henderson September 266 days Falmouth September 274 days Owensboro October 105 days vasQuantity Hard muscles and strong body dot 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 eat It digests rditionthe nutrient properties to the blood stren1gthensand cores Indigestion Dyspepsia I Belching Sour Stomach ect Sold by Wayne Griffin Bro Sugar And glower Jondon ItWhy do the flowers bloom in the spring We all know the place of I the flower in the economy of the plant but what is the precise cause of its periodical appearance It is of course due to some form of irritation and a recent reexamination of the question has been made by a plant physiologist Oscar Loew who w CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS GoodUse STRONG auau Again Is what Mrs Lucy Stovallof TltcnGa laid after taking Kodol I Cure Hundred I of other weak women are reIImay well if you will take It 4 Indigestion causes nearly all the sickness that women bare It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer wecken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risini belchlnihlartbum and all stomach disorders Digests WHat You Eat a1WHutkuu4ta- eertletewbw Dyspepsia rrw6 aUJIa 0 ClkI Mold by Z WAYNE lit SPIN lives in Japan His researches have been made particularly with the Japanese cherry blossom Despite the abundance of their blossoms the Japanese cherry trees do not praduce perfect fruit for the climatic con stilltin an unripe state to drop from the trees Herr Loew found that the proevides to bring fruit to ripeness ceased to be operative after the un ripe cherries had fallen off and was stored in the form of starch in the bark This starch in the following spring was transformed into sugar and appeared in an unusually large measure in the sap of the tree To this fact is due Loews impression that the sugar is the cause of the irritant influence that leads to the formation of blossoms headf I himfSuddenly he started waking Every morn when day was breaking Whats this magic necromancer EARLY RISERS that the answer Z Wayne Griffin Bro m u Perils You Americans face serious per- Ils by your carelessness about eat ing Yes answered the man who was figuring on his meat bill I believe the two principal dangers are indi gestion and bankruptcy IOAT H= bBeggs the Kind You Hart Always BOBtt 6JUiv Sfl c afyiin I fill Judicial Humor An Australian judge has just de putdownbourne paper advises him to begin with his brethren on the bench saysIIshould secure him six months hard labor rWhn the Band PlayaDlxl bands play Dixie the young fellows tons hats on high theIwho followed Lee and marched with Jackson feel the thrill of it from far and far away and looK with dim med eyes down the phantom lines and hear the bugle calltho call of the drums on tho eternal camping around 1 Atlanta Constitution AverPillsWant your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich ckUse I Cumberland TELEPHONEI Tttere8 nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephune In my tebldence and place of business My buMnes has increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition H E PflTK Manr Ohio County Circuit Court TP Ulrkhtad Jndm lien D KlngoAttornrjr F11 Slack Jailer Ed O IliirrnM Clerk Frank L Fellxf Master Com mUiloner Y I Jtonvlcj Trustee Jury Fond i P Keon Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff C Kcown Clarence Keown Jo H Roberta lIam Krown WCourtconYenftflrstMon day In March and Augut and continue three weekiand third Monday In May and Noromber two week County Court J 1 Miller Judge US Rag and Clerk W H Berne Attorney Hartford fVCourtconrenraflnt Monday In each month MondayInCourt of Claim Conrenea ant Monday Iti Jat nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OtncersJ II Wood Surveyor Oral TO Frank Lowe AMor Beda James DWee School Superintendent Hartford Ben L Dave roner8ulphur Spring Tuatlcoo courtn F Hudson Bearer foam February II MAy- is August 31 November 30 rUJaoMOrabain Narrow Feb ruary Z8 Slay 2 Augutt 29 November 11 T A Evans Fordtrllle January It May 7 August 27 November 6 J A hicks Bnford February 7 May 8 Aug ut 12 November 7 W A hone Centertown February t May 11 August 24 Norember P UJ Wilcox Rorkport February 20 Slay II August 25 November 1- 4ITxtfor4IcHcai Court Jno 11 Wilton Judge CeESmith City At torney S r Barnett Marshal Court con Tento second Monday In eacb mon- tha1riou 8rvicM- ECborehSoutbService third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p m and second Sunday at7pm Prayer meeting every Wednea day evening Her WTMUler Pastor BaptiatChurchSerlceheld Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and lonrth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday tuning Rev JHUurnett pastor CI Chnrch Service firet Sandy In each nonthatlls msnd7 p m Rev J O liar ned pastor School Trnsteee Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn S T Stevens D M Mocker J H D Car sonJonC Riley CItyCouneilItowanHolbrookMayur H A Anderson Clerk IlrSJ Wedding W 8 Tins YACTa110r1IJUlanlnT J Morton Connilluien Secret Soc1eUe A 0 U W meet ant and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 7S FA A Masons first Monday night Is each month Hartford Tent No III Knights of the Slnirn bees every Thursday night Itongh Hirer Lodge No HOKnlghtsof Pythla meets every Taenlay night Preston Morton Post No4 0 A It bold reI nlar meetings Natnrday before lItSunday In each month EVERYBODYJ L ere stNUKCI THI CIOTHIS WMrTf AJLWJuat A QUART 101 Sr FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Ihe American rhannaealCo ETnTllleIJd Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the Hne of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas moat direct line vim e ST LOUIS m MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and tree rtcUninf chair cars Home eeHer Excursion first and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets folders etc on application H C TOWNSEND CttlrUI Itta- T toUIS MATTHEWSII The dose is one I just one pill at bedtime Sugarcoated mild certain cure uooconstipation BUCKINGHAMS DYE rini en or cuoiun va L r real t cc sAtir4s II 3r 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE s0 TilE PRICEI Js the Thing That InterestsII the Equity To Growers t uensboro Ky Tune 2iThcIlllvcries of tobac on WTO again very heavy at all the lo ia receiving house The deliveries Ii Frilla before hart been about the aliiTfl1t teple that large quantities of to iwo had been held for late de livery At the upper Equity house Ute space was sn congested that the receiving of more toba eco had to be delayed temporarily At the lower looses the work of prizing has been going on rapidly and as it is prized it is being shipped to Louisville For some time past shipments have been made dailIThe estimate on the acreage Ill over the county and in adjoining counties show that the acreage ht been cut much short of what had been previously expected it would In May deliberately cut their crop short Mid the tiny weather completed the shortening process Many persons who have raised to baccu heretofore haveabandoned the i crop entirely this year The matter ofeLiefest intercut now to all who have t brcco in tho j Equity houses in the price they will get Since it hat become plain that the crop is short they feel very hopeful of getting more than they were at first led to believe they would got This has caused thorn to be more enthusiastic than ever before about the Equity plan 11JuneMessrs Simon Jones and D W j Gwyn were in Hartford last Wed nesdayW Minor of Central City was here last Wednesday- C M Baggerly of Louisville was hOle last Thursday Jno Banass Taylor Mines was here last Thursday Mrs E L Myers and sister Miss Vaden Fentress of Island were vis itors here last Friday 11 Hone Centertown was here of 11F13nkt W J Sloan was in Morgantown last I t SaturdayDavid Wilder Central City was I here last Saturday Simon Jones was in Contra City on business last Saturday- sMessrs De Witt Williams and Chas Millard spent the day in OwI ensboro last Sunday and reported a pleasant time W 11 Jones and wife of Central City were here last Sunday H D Jone of Dcvy was here last Sunday E L Myers Island was here last Sundayk Mrs J F Hocker returned home from Cleaton yesterday after a eight 4 day visit Nicholas Barrass Jr of Taylor Nines was here yesterday Messrs S S Hoover and Geo F Lyon of Louisville were here yes telday Geo W Baise was in Hartford to day Mr and Mrs J H Brown and family moved from here today to Central City I Miss Vaden Ventress of Island is the guest of Miss Luc e James Messrs W J Mercer and Frank t Hocker and Misses Lizzie Hocker MId Lizzie Mercer are up on the riv j near Prentis fishing this week ItiIt Will Surprise youTry it in the medicine above all others for catarrh and is worth its weight tit gold Elys Cream Balm does all i that is claimed for it B W Spa ry Hartford Conn j My son was atHicted with catarrh He used Elys Cream Balm and the disagreeable catarrh all left hiniiJ C Olmstead Arcola Ill The Balm does not irritate i deLusedIat SO cts or mailed by Ely Brothers i 50 Warren St New YorkISULPHUR SPRINGS June 28 Rev Baker filled his a regular appointment st Mt Vernon Sunday Quite a large crowd was present and listened to an able and well deliveredsermon j lira A DL Johnson and daughter Martha B who have been visiting the family ot T F Johnson for the j past two weeks left Saturday for Owcnshoro and Cloverport where they will spend a few days and then return to their home in Columbia City IndIMrs Cicero Magan of Mutton is visiting her daughter Mrs It C- Duffy of Narrows this week htelIof Sulphur Springs last Sunday and i Monday j Misses Mary and Stella Daniel vis lied Misses Laura and Lena John stun last week soyIweek Mr and Mr Isam Leo Owen Lee and wife of isitedj last Friday and Saturday Clyde and Elvis Magan and Charlie i White attended the ice cream sup per at Olaton last Saturday night Mr Cmkof Owensboro is visit ing his brother Ed Cook Caleb Bean happened to a very whileicleaning out a well A bucket of dirt fell and struck him on the head malting a very ugly wound I Mr Cecil Thompson of Sulphur Springs has accepted a position in a mug store in Warren county j GOT EXCITED I Over the First Vote he Cast Si nce the War and DiedIAged 105IClearfield Penn ert Baird aged 105 years of Delan coy is dead He was undoubtedly oldest person in in the state and until his death was about the spryest person in the community Last Saturday a week Mr Baird walkad- to the township polls and east a vote for Judge Reed It was his first vote cast since the Civil War Mr Baird having maintained for 40 years that he was too old to oteI However he become excited over this election and it is thought thatI it led to his death He left children who are octogenariansI PLEASANT GROVE June 2GCrops are growing niceI land farmers Have been bus this place since the rainIMisses Eura and Conny Bradley were the guests of Miss Ora Meffard TuesdayMr Bradley was the guest of friends at Ennis Saturday and Sun day Foster Allen who has been attendI at Demmer has returned homeMrs Beddie Martin was the guest of her sister Mrs Carrie Harper Saturday and Sunday Misses Ora Meffard and Eura Bradley were the guests of friends atJ Greenville last week Hurbit Tipton is the guest of his uncle C W Bradley this week Bee Cox and family were the guests of his brother Allen Cox Sat urday Mrs Myrtle Campfield and family visited her sister Miss Blanche Thop son of Huntsville last week Mrs Anday Meffard and daughter Cassie spent Sunday with Mrs Sam AllenMrs Jim Allen gave an ice cream supper in honor of her son who is visiting her all report a pleasant time CROMWELL June 27Nothing much doing this week but occasional showers Chas Rogers returned from Texas Sunday ISilo Taylor and family Beaver spent Sunday with Frank Cooper and family Esq Geo W Martin is some bet ter- Childrens day was duly observed Sunday and a very pleasant day was spent by all present Mrs Halloway of Welchs Creek s visiting herdaughter Mrs Zack Taylor J For a Womans Love Henderson Ky June 27Van R Carpenter a traveling salesman at tempted suicide here today by tak ing landanum because it is alleged youig lady stopping at the Dixon HotclUid not return his love His conditwi is critical oJJ4I MILL LOCATE HERE Air Ben D Ringo Will Buy Prop erty and Make Ills Home in Owensboro The Owensboro Inquirer sayf linn Ben D Ringo will buy property i Owensboro and remove his fa i hereat once He has already open ed an office at 22 i St Ann trtl-i and will practice his profession in a the courts lie is detained by tl duties of his office not more than ono thirdof his time so that he will I tej able to care for hiss practice without conflict with the business devolving Ion him as commonwealths attorney Ringo is a valuable acquisition to the bar and the citizenship of j Owensboro and Daviess county He is a lawyer of the first class and a gentleman without spot or reproach SAULLHOUS June 25 Alex Rhoads Center town and Mr mud Mrs Coy Iray son county were the guests of rela tives here the latter part of last week Wayne 0erhults was the guest this I cousin John Baker near Central City Saturday and Sunday- H D Hunt and family left In day for Hirk City their future home Outdo Ki winger will mnWI from Goodman today He wi occupy the house vacated by Mr Hunt and family Mitts Alice Fulkernon went t Rochester Saturday afternoon Mrs Lin Cummings ii theluther daughter Mr Slime Allen W C Overhults who hns llll en gaged in teaching at Branch la is expected home July 4th Misses Nettle and Gusta ieiger were theguests of MisS Hunter Sunday Mrs J C Hill and little daughter Marion of near South Cnrnllton spent the day at Robert Hunters SaturdayS Bilbro Matanzas attended i church at Smallhous Sunday Misses Nell Robinson Goodman and Topsey Nicholls Madisonville were the guests of Mrs J C Ben nenett last week It has been announced that Rev Chester Stevens of Hartford will preachat the Smallhous Baptists church the first Sunday in July at 11 oclock Miss Lula Withrow is the guest o f relatives at Drakesboro It H Evenly and family spent several days recently the guest of their son Harry Everly Miss Sarah Barnard was the guest receently of her niece Mrs T L Withrow Central City Little Nora Withrow Central City is visititing her grandparents lIr- andllrs Bob Fulkerson Mrs Jennie Ross and son BenI Ross went to Central City yesterday I License to Wed i The folliwing permits to wed have b en granted by County Clerk M S igland since our last report Charles F Ferguson Rockport ae 34 years to Sarah F Sheffield Rockport age 46 years E E Bising er Island age 33 years to Belle Mc Intire Render age 29 years It a Bennett Russellville age 24 yea to Ethel Allen Fordsville age 18 years Roy Nave Owensboro age 21 years to Ollie CofTman Owensboro age 21 years Embarrctilng Dust Dont neglect a careful dusting or better still a quick rinsing whenever you are going to use china and cut glass witch has been hidden away in closets Xo matter how dust proof your closets may seem o r how short n time the dishes lair B been out of use they arC bound to have gathered n little dust which inuy reveal itself later in ernbarrasa ing ways Keep Tea Air Tight Tea owes its flavor to a certain fine volatile oil which is present only in very minute quantities The fact that it is so volatile renders it most necessary to keep tea in an air tight caddy For Hardwood Floors paraffln f turpentine When the wax is dissolved add one hnlf gallon of lin seed oil Apply with a cloth I To Banish Bedbugs For bedbugs moke a strong solu tion of alum water and apply whit hot with a brush painting the in anItom SSSSrSbS rSSSSSSSSSt rSSSSbrSS iSSb 1 Are You Interested Inaving Proposition tjlfyon UIIIIOI dont waste your valuable time in reading this ad but if you au aL tinterested in saving your money listen patiently and attentively to our story We iii are merchants from way bncktlll knid that stall from the branch tiptnu 111111IlgllOl art t 10 conquering IUIOe n t wso I l1rs competition III tll II I t IS very hard at tunes to separate the wheat from till hull hut acting upon the theory of seeing is believing we invite you to visit our storu and compare goods 1111111price with the goods you art now buying We have no old goods to show you neither f 1 do we tarry at any time any goods but what represents the highest quality lilt the price We save out customers nil the cash discounts interest on money in lilts in case where a cent eon be saved for our customers we take nd1aUlalrlnt 1 lthe prices lower And again we are always looking for something better IilI working to secure values and style superior to other stores This is why our of today is better than lust year Let us show you good goods sold on the car iprinciples of honesty and fair and square dealings at as low prices as are con sistent with nil honorable methods of merchaudiing We are always pleased to have our friends allsaid it is always a pleasure to show you our goods 8 DroMM Goods IS How beautiful and like expressions art very common these days around our Druse Goods Surely everything that is new and uptodato and good both from styles point of view and quality all here Iml that it is Incompar IShocis stamped all overour s we sell represents be produced for thera price Some of the different Shoos we sell till manufactures have from season to season per fected and strengthened what have proven to bei their weak points until today these Shoes are as near perfection as the shoe tankers art can pro duce 8 Clotliltiu3fc are a r of beauty Ask the boys who have inspect tied our lines They are the best advertisers we have jStople Dry GooclM i We have none But what is of the best every day j Dry Goods as well as the purest Fabrics and to day we find it pays better than ever to sell only the best the kind that brings our customers back I 2 sad back again the kind that remains long afterI 7 the price has been forgotten exerted a thin Lire an made well JJring Hay W fur price p = n THE NEWS Various Sources Over the Brief of about a hundred Yaqui Indians reported to be on the in the region of the San in Mexico where ers and a number of and C A rumor was in in St monday that Gen had been killed There was another rumor that had cut off by Gen No gins slay Neither report has been confirmed fcy press or the Russian General The trial of Louis color with to poi son the family of Judge Jamss H i Mulligan was at Leiogi ton afternoon Mulligan Jr Repeated have been to have appear against the but failing in this the Commonwealth decided to try the case I Secretary of State Hay was pros I trated by an of uraemia at his home Newburg N H evening and two special train The troubled yielded to treatment and he clear of Clottiluix- We have a large assortment of Clothing for tit 1r small boys Bring them in surd let us fit them up t CIotlilMix If In design and workmanship and quality of Fall lritIIIOlhlcregular rfated iiwn DcputcntNo how well It man milt be drued itli 1erwfre if he has on a hat that in unbecoming and not uptodate it detracts more from his general t than anything else about his clothing we have our titmoMendeavors in selecting our stock in Men and Boys Hats Drug Dcp1rtnctOur drug is full of new Drugs and Remedies We make such tip earnest effort to keep abreast with the times that we can be of dis tinct service to you to GroccrlcMWe are glad to announce that our Grocery De partment is now fully and she now status A thing of beauty We have on our shelves appetizing and good to eat All ask is to show you wir line for wu know the rest is easy To the people who have never traded at our store the peopling auraare bid you JC cordial ard express the hope you will us opportunity to show out roods and our methods which we have Inutually beneficuil it- o of satisfied customers us your produce your surd Corn 14hichIre pay the highest market The Brown Mercantile CoMcHenry7entuokyhYJ5 Y LATEST Gathered From Country Items FA band are warpath they ranchowomen children circulation Petersburg night Kuropatkin 70000 Russians been dispatches StaffiMitchell edcharged attempting commenced yesterday withoutI James being present efforts made him negro without him attack summer at Sunday specialists byesecretarys seems danger unless unexpected Juvenile t Mens First matter appearance Hence department completed everything we invitation explain hundreds n complications should set in He will be confined to his bid however for several days I The President and Secretary Taft have between them brought the LoomisBowen case to a close after a very thorough investigation of every phase of the affair and the exonoration of Secretary Loomis The President sent to Secretary Taft a scathing letter of rebuke to Bowen concluding with an order that Mr Bowen be dismissed eytf It is reported that Chinese sen timent in opposition to the exclusion laws of the United States is growing fast and is manifested in many ways to the detriment of American inter ests in the Orient The exclusion of Chinese coolies from Hawaii and the Philippine Islands is regarded as particularly obnoxious The Chinese Government is being urged by many of its subjects to take a firm stand in the matterIRussia has notified President Roosevelt of the tentative selection of M NeMoff and Baron Rosen as her plenipotentiaries to discuss peace with the representatives of Japan It is believed that Japans selections also tentative are Baron Komura I and Minister Takahira It is expect ed that both Russia and Japan will consent to an official announcementI in a few days The urging the belligerents to arrange j for meeting of the plenipotentiaries on August 1 There is no immediate prospect of an armistice but the rainy weather in Manchuria it is i T leip In Memory- Of little Jessie the two old daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Lee who died June 13 190f Jessie is now at rest In the land of joy and love Where none can enter but the bestI- To live with the angels above Then father and mother weep no veasJesuswouldhaveyoud And some future time on the golden shore You can live with Jessie too To life this dear angel did cling For on earth no more she could be But now she is with sister and causing IThe songs of Jesus full and free Y- I Good friends dear friends live as she bandItiVhenTo come home to the promise land Dear Jessie has won the prize And on earth no more shall stay But we can meet her beyond the skies Where there is continued day Then let us ever faithful live That we may meet her on tb tshore Where Jesus alike will give His children a home yforevermoqA Enter School forfBowling Green Ky e v