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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t ttxrIferbj llqrnbiican Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT is NEW Yot WILL FIND IT IN Till REPUBLICAN u Subscription 1 a Year IVOL XVII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 14 1905 No 52 IIClASH OF AUTHORITY Between the Jailer and Mayo- of Newport 1 r Question Arose About the Placing I y of Caleb Powers in Newport Jail MAYORS TEETH KNOCKED o o1Iwrth runtlMie- ni r r KentI wj was re r htJ tn tL ii Ky tai I to Nrw Tt Mouli iier orders f Jlchrut tin Federal t t nas the innoTiit cutM of capn t ciJ aSfrr Uuvren Mayor i Hfhl JIIf Nf port and Jails- Plreger Mi it evening that resulted wn ho a vest of tits latter and thre- 1i bwr jnriis and lie fore it w11 Or- t toeth knocked i t 11tor hUll tv I afvl volvon wen drawn T r ulili occurred at the New III Ji and wan a result of the deI- I ion f Kepubliean leaders ttt Per during his stny in tho NVw port Jail should not be hurled with onininn criminals but should have a room separated from the cellhouse and ii ah larger than the ordinary I JItnor to 1owerss arrival at the Newport Jail workmen under the supervision of Jailer lien Ploeger were put to work arranging the room Postmaster John May and other prominent Republicans assisted Jail er Ploeger whois also Republican i gettiready for the famous prison- I eranil when he arrived the floor been scrubbed the walls of the room UIft corridor had been tinted u deli lute blue rugs adorned the floor and curtains had been hung on the windowsIn tables chairs a nice hon bed with plenty of clean new bedding were installed together with a table and writing desk for Po intends to continue his liter ar avers legal studies while an inmate of the Newport Jail The Mayor sought out Jailer Ploe ger and together they made an in spection of the cellhouse and the barred room that the Republican leaders intended for the use of Powers When they had finished the in spection a discussion arose as to thf propriety of placing Powers It In the prisoners cage Mayor Helm bold contended that he should b Jlaced in the cellhouse The two pffi tals become angry and blows were struck When the melee which had occur red in the corridor of the jail was over Mayor Helmbold ordered Chief of Police to arrest his as sailfits and all the jail officials were arrestedJailer Ploeger gave the following version of the trouble he said The Mayor Chief of Police Deputy And I returned to the first hour lorridor after inspecting the jail The Mayor told me that Powers should be kept in the cellhouse at nightjjit least that he was responsi le f jail and the safekeeping the prisoners I told him that he was mistaken tha is I who am responsible He in jlf that Powers must be kept inI jail proper especially at night argument continued and the ilayor would not listen to reason Ie Mid Powers would not be put in he prisoners cage I said he would he Mayor shook his finger under ny nose and becorne abusive Then he row started 1 will not hether or not I hit him But II what my rights are After the arrest of the jailofficers two policemen were placed in charge f the room that had been intended- r Powers with instructions to ad itno one Allbfthd furniture and urnishings that had been placed in tfelbm by the Republican leaders r fas thrown out After t le trouble at the jail Jailer I loegeyVesolved to get still more en with Mayor Helmbold for his terference and swore out war- S e rants beforeUnited States Commis sioner Leonard for the arrest of Newport Mayor and Policemen Paul harPowers did not occupy the cage which had been especially furnished for his occupancy fromiofficers went into it themselves am when Powers was brought Jaillrrupstairs and in the meanwhile th door to the cage was locked prevent ing the two policemen from coming out They wore so held pending the jarrivnl of the warrant which were r to them through tilliell bars United State Marshal Steve tiara warIIvcnlle n by rionds of the proceedings ledI left his home and could not S found The warrants charges Hembold and his policeman with having resist oil a United States otlleer in the ills charge of his duty and that they had conspire to obstruct the execu lion ofan order of the Federal Cir cuit Court in the placing of Cale Powers a United States prisoner in jail at Newport and that they did assault intimidate and oppress Powers while in the custody of a Federal officer in violation of the law and construction which extend to Federal authorities the right to protect from violence a prisoner in their custody Jailer Ploeger placed the two of fliers in a basement cell where May or Hembold wanted Powers incarc r need and after arranging the furni ture Sc as previously designer Powers was brought down from up stairs and placed in the room where his friends prepaired for him Great excitement incident to th stormy times between the city and county officials prevails throughout Newport and Covington WAGON FACToRY At Owensboro Destroyed by Fire Last Sunday Morning Fire broke out in the main building of the Owensboro Wagon com- panys plantSunday morningand the building was practically destroyed says the Owensboro Messenger Had it not been for the very efficient work of the fire department all of the buildings belonging to the company would have been burned to the groundThe to the buildings and ma chinery will amount according the estimate of W A Steele general manager to about 60000 a large part of which was machinery Had the fire spread to the other buildings of the factory the loss would hav been immense The loss is fully cow eyed by insurance Over 130000 was carried on the property The alarm was turned in at B2o oclock and in four minutes the en thte scene pressure was quite strong three lines of hose bursting before the fire was extinguished and by heroic fighting the fire was keptfrom spreading The origin of the fire is unknown It evidently started in the blacksmith shop where there seems to have been the least likelihood of fire Thenight watchman had been in that part af the building according to his statement just twelve minutes before he discovered the fire and saw no signs at that time of the fire Notice The regular July teachers examination will be held at Fordsville July 2122 1905 JAMES M DEWEESE S 0 C Enter Business University And secure a position Write for catalog now Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky l G = r b t 4V SECBEHBK OF STATE Elihu Root Has Accepted the Responsible Position Was Formerly Secretary of War Which Position he Filled AlldSil to salt Ii YMIWM1- e Washington D CJul12 IHOfi The President beet offered the im portent post of Secretary of State to EHhu Root and Mr Hoot has ac cepUnl This brief announcemet from Oyster Ray will provo nn oc casion of gratification to the Amer ican people who may rest assured that with the international relatiots of the United States in the hands of so sable a man as Rlihu Hoot they will be well safeguarded The feeling seoms to be unanimous among pub lie men in private life who kelps in touch with public affairs that the President and the nation ore to be congratulated on fife wisdom of the Presidents selection wad on the ac ceptance of a place at the cabinet table by Klihu Root The splendid work which Mr Hoot performed aI asba certain guarantee of his success as Secretary of State The masterly manner in which he conducted the affairs relating to the Philippine insurrection his hoard statemnn hip as demonstrated in his conduct of the relations of the United States with Cuba and his remarkable foresight and constructive abflity as dis played in his reorganization th army and the military of the nation have all served to demonstrate his remarkable ability and to convince the people as they have the Presi identof Mr Hoots preeminent ability to conduct with credit and eclat the affairs of any department of the himeSince leaving the months ago Mr Root has been en trusted with numerous legal case of great importance and it will require at least two weeks for him to seve his connection with his various clients At the end of that time he will come to Washington and take the oath of office but it is probable that not until autumn will he come back to Washington as a permanent resident The belief is generally ex pressed that when Mr Root does take hold of the affairs of the Department of State he will institute a new regimethat many of the fossiles who now cumber the offices of one of the most important departments of the government will be compelled either to reform theirmethods and make some attempts to render a fair return for the compensation they receive or Cohand in their resigna tions As Secretary of war Mr Root proved a cold but a just em ployer He was quirk to rcegnize merit where merit existed but was mvarible intolerant of slack methods shorteshrift to the man who were disposed to regard employment as a political snap carrying with it the previl ege of drawing salary without doing much if any work As Mr Roots reputation in this regard has travel ed before him there is some conster nation among the barnacless of the Department of Sta- tev1faTORZaBean taeihaKM tea Hare Always BOOM Blruture yptI Dundee Picnic The annual barbecue given at Dundee JulyS 1905not withstand ing the inclement weather was a success Perfect order and good cheer prevailed and all those who attended report a pleasant time The following premiums were awarded as follows viz A rocking chair to the oldest person present Dr Ike Westerfield eightyfour years of age A sewing machinetq the most popular married lady Mrs Lige Moseley A silk dress 16 the most popular young lady Miss Rutfi StClair I f- NIW j Governor of lljndorses Other Prominent I IAdd Their F wonderfulOovtnta nifdlcine is the multitude of endorsements which Pcruna la receiving aj3 a catarrh curo from national J1ejOfThe m J III ed men of the havo no hesitation fnJcmllng their Influence to- assistln tho public know of the merlin of Pcruna Nearly one hnllthe people ore fn some Itea n curse and It is of national Impart that tho people should know of Pca 1 Catarrh ri an American disease Perusals American remedy OatarrhJHs a rofult of changeable climate Turuna tsa result of long and careful experimentation Catarrh enters thesystem through the nerve centers fand affects tho mucous nervenfrom the system Catarrh U a systemic disease and curablo only by systemic treatment meetrnerve center This U what Peruna does Redeemer of Public Moneys HonJohn 0 Leftwlch Redeemer of Puhllc Moneys whose office is Ill the PoiUlllee Building In a letter written from Montgomery Ala says I tale pleasure in recommending THE NEW RAILROAD Rumors That it is Backed and Financed by L N I Which if True is Best Assurance That the Road Will Be Built The proposed railroad from MaiU sonville via Hartford to Fordsville or Cloverport seems to be almost as sured Surveyors are sighting the way and the localpromoters are us ing diligence in procuring the remaining rightofway It looks a go from the Madisonville point of ob servation The Madisonville Hustler sas of the outlookIIt is considered a sure thing that the railroad from Madisonville to Cloverport or some other point on I the Ohio river will be built without much delay The surveyors are now in the field locating the line and there is little doubt that they are now lo cating it where it will finally go It is evident to the person who studies the matter a little that the work in connection with the Cloverport proposition has been carefully plan ned and has been ably managed up to this time and it would seem that little if anything remains to be done to perfect the scheme originally de tided upon by the promoters j ultimateIowTie promoters have carefully kept their ultimate purpose a secret and the public can only surmise as tot v AlabamaI The Magnificent State Capitol Building iAlabarria Governor of Alabama Commends Pcruna In a letter dated July 20 1809 written from Mont saysImending Peruna Joseph J Johnston IPeruna as an excellent tonic and It is recommended to mo I thoso who haven l11t M a good catarrh curoJohnC Lcftwlch Register United States Land Office Won Hubert Barber Register United States Land Office writes from Mont gomory Ala For some time I have been a sufferer from catarrh in its incipient state so much so that I became depressed and feared my health was generally In a decline nut hearing of Perana as s good remedy I gave it a fair trial and began to improve Its effects were dis tinctly beneficial removing the annoy ing symptoms and it was particularly good as a tonic Robert Barber Collector of Port lion J K Burke Collector of Port Mobile Ala writes IPoruna I can recommend as a fine It has been used in my fam ily and as a tonic it is excellent I take pleasuro in testifying to 1U fine qua- iltlesJ K Burke Postmaster of Mobile Hon P D Barker Postmaster of what system will control the Clover port line when built It is being ostensibly promoted by parties at Hartford hnd Madisonville It Is no secret that the road when built is to be turned over to somebody The latest rumor is and it seems to have pretty good foundation that the L Nis behind the proposition that the line will run from Madison rule to Fordsville where a branch line of the Texas reaches and that this branch be used for reaching the Ohio river If the L N Railroad company is backing the scheme there is no better assurance that the road will be built and it will be none the less a treat boom to Ohio county people Heres wishing success to any cone pany that may be behind the propo sition UNDERWOOD ARREST Affecting Scene When Alleged s BootLegger Faces Children in Sheriffs Office Glasgow Ky July 10T DI Underwood exCounty Attorney ofI this county who was wanted I for being in partnersnip with negro bootleggers and for receiving a bribe was arrested at the home of I his brother Al Underwood fivemiles from town this afternoon He was brought here and lodged in jail Underwood was arrested last week in Indian Territory but before dn officer could arrive he had been released on a writ of habeas corpus A very affecting scene occurred be ten Underwood and his children s J+ l 3w rlPaJ t13 trYyv Peru=na 1State Officials Praises =Mobile la a recent letter from Mobile Ala says Allow me to send to you my testimonial as to tho good qualities of Iertimi I have f threomonthsmost excellent tonloP D Darker U S Marshal Northern District Hon Dan Cooper U S Marshal for the Northern District of Alabama writesYour remedy for catarrh and la grippe Poruna has done me so much good thatcannot speak too highly of It Ihave used it for a short time and havo improved rapidly from the first i day I was really much surprised at such a quick and effective cureIaa CooperU Marshal Southern District y Hon L J Bryan U S Marshal for the Southern District of Alabama writes s I havo used Peruna for catarrh a short time and have also had friends try it and they all pronounce itli tho bestcatarrh remedy ever put on tho 1 market It can not be praised too hlghlyL j Bryan If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory r results from tho use of Peruna wrlto atonce to Dr Hartman President 1 of the Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio and he will give you the benefit of his valuablo advice gratis All cot i rcspondence strictly confidential in the Sheriffs office soon after he reached town Underwood was ex posed and fled from here in Febuary His bond is fixed at 3000 Call For Convention Ata meeting of the Republican committee of the Hartford Magisterial District held at Hartford Ky on June 27 1905 it was ordered that a mass convention for the purpose 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 1905CHESTER KEOWN Chmn Dist Com Ayers AyersHairyour gray hair every time Follow directions and it never fails to do this work It stops llmrVigorfallingohhehalralsoTheres great satisfaction in knowing you are not going to bedisap pointed Isnt that so fdednut t w al IttnTtc Jt Mrhair t of AarI lUIr Vhiortu fourllatrltA4 ltlWUAattorklugUalu N C J100 a bout J C AVER CO All Ixiwell M dnIIrIIUfor Fading Hair 5aTia r IWORlDS wARI The Whole World is Nov About Ready For War England Seems to be the Onl European Country That 5s Quiet + Never has the political horizon t the world been as clouded vj i t if now Irdnce the day when the rfrea t Nepulmn played Jwil with the kinK rlonu of EuA pe Everywhere ii lisoider and unrest R issia u practically in a Slate of rev utioro which only the strict ct s unship p VelU loom becoming my Known Street fights h are regular battles are being foug in the barn sated streets of Lodz Tits dan er of wur between Nor way and Sweden te by no mean fiver War between Germany maid Francis t hariirin over our heads like UK sword of Damocles Austria and Hungary are inn stat e of the gr icst turmoil and that actual civil wir ha4 not broke out is due to the love and respect of every body to the old Emperor Franc Joseph What will happen when hit lies is impossible to foretell b that his successor will not be the ruler of both countries in a foregom inclusion In Italy the people are being driven to diapair by the increasing tnx and the strength of the country i bring sapped by the continuous em jgration In the Dalkiiw there ill the usual confusion the people of the various Christian states are killing each other and the Turks massncreing them allNBehind the walls of Konak in Bel grade King Peter lives in steady fear of his life a fear which hits al most driven him insane In Germany the socialist criticism of ths Kaiser is sharper than und that in spite of the great ris incurred in writing anything which displeases the Emperor What the Socialists especially object to is the Kaisers growing extravagance He owns 83 sanded estates all ot them models in their line and many of them very profitable although the men working on the imperial es late are paid higher wages than anywhere else The Kaiser is allowed an annual income of 4000000 Jut is always in financial straits and the rumors in the English pivm that he had bor rowed large amounts from Berlin bankers were undoubtedly true In Spain King Alfonso is doing lib hest to keep his poverty stricken people from rebelling In all Europe England is the only tiuiet spot and in the hands of King Edward lies largely the question of peace war Indigestion Cured There is no case of Indigestioi Dyspepsia or Stomach Trouble tha will not yield to the digestive and jitrengthening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy taktfs the strain oh the stomach by digesting what you eat and allowing it to rust until it grows strong again Kdol Dyspepsia Cure alfi rds quick iiui permanent relief from Indiges tii n and all Stomach trouble builds up the system and so purifies that listuse can not attack and gain ftt hold as when in it weakened vlition Sold by 7 Wayne Griflin Itru In Indians Capture a Whale Three Hcore Siwimhfs in a fleet of r s attacked and killed a whale a f v dayv go Ill Cape fluttery and i vordlnr to the ortlctrs rf the Nor in ycraer Tricolor the red in tf clitjtf Neuli Ray I 1t be iviujr high m blubber snci The whale hail Iwen loll ilu tatvfir iOtra1 days i thf ii ufiieh the big sun organised arid lip pedouh Ilierhxand- ilareof iht cnIHI ntflrl tie en v rj M v I on was ituclicd i tight r Every tint a CHIIOO dljila h Nirttly rear a hal iwon war turovn ini the whales cujfh hide Vien ihe Victoria tug Iimr r ie rpn thMtiie the whale had I e1 hit many times and rcscttllHi a monster hedgehog In additicn to the nmicyanu caused lW the fOetIIf stM shafts there I were so many bladders moored tIhis carcass that try as he would he could not sink and no find at least a temporary refuse from his tormen tors When the Indians had assur red themselves of the buoyancy o their prey they threw in a few aty1i nay at tle same time using him all a towboat for the fleet But the big fish way tOil far gone V be oi- I much use in harness so with n few bombs the Siwoshes torpedoed the monster to death and hired a tug boat to tow the carcass into Neal Bay They benched the reinainsan j are still serving free blubber to all comers DOW WITH THE ONION IOhio Women are After the Rum Itble but Odorous Vegetable tlmrtNoahOhio 1HIo1 The onion that odorous vegetable which renders a very pretty moot h unkiasable estranges friends nm disgusts the public is an outcast iit Portsmouth where society is now waging a relentless war against it In a course of lectures given under the auspicies of the Alliance of Womans Club in Portsmoth one of the speakers in the course of v talk upon Gastronomic Eccentrici ties II laid bare the fact that the on ion had absolutely no value as a food that it had no taste whatever appeals ing only to the senses of smell ands that it was really useless to the stomach as well as a nuisance be cause of the disposition of its nas tines to manifest itself in the breath Immediately there started allsor 1III arguments about the onion misty taking the part of the now crushed and downtrodden vegetable Strange to say these arguments grew so heated that lifetime friends refused to speak brothers quarreled and in one instance an engagement prospeck onion fur the purpose he said o demonstrating the contention that i had tnste In endeavoring to settle the whole- f dispute the Alliance of Womans Clubs convened in extraordinary ses sion and adopted resolutions which have drawn upon inspiration for facts The resolutions are as follows Whereas The most flagrant viola lion of the feelings of others which is at all prevalent of the beginning of the twentieth century is the use of the onion and Whereas The process of evolution which civilization represents has always gradually increased its consul eration for the feelings of others until many customs and habits which were offensive to a minority of the persons going to make up society have been discontinued and Whereas In the higher civilization the onion will be grown only to furnish specimens for botanical col classedt family and- Whereas There is to the person not addicted to the vice of onion eating nothing so disgusting noth thing so sickening as the penetrating noisome odor which emanates from the person of one who has feasted on this foulsmelling vegetable and it is absolutely without excuse and1VhereasThe Appostle Paul in his letter to the Romans doubtless referred to the eating of onions whenI he said if any mon defile the temple of God him shall God destroy for the temple of Gal is hol which temple ye are thereforeIBe it declared The sense of this body tlmt the following facts bo setI forth to settle a discussion now ClltI tine gyral contortion in our ielstI Tile onion has no value RS a food It is M per cnt water and wood fiber which furnish no nourishment and asklw from these components it lias nothing but an arcid volitile wential till It luis not even taste It appeals to UK appetites 01I those it hut debauched only through the sense of smell One by putting x piece ut itin his tongue while holding his nose can prove this for iiimsclf Many say Why isnt the onion healthy Yes and so is asafetida which has exactly the saute gastron omic value motel is used as a condiment by some dark skinned heath ems of the Orient AMIAULS AS SURGEONS Birds Sit BicUcn Lces a nd BeesI + and Cattle Understand Medicinee I1191LIMUM xPN p A party of JohnllaDkitiiBlidem were talking about immunity recently One of thorn remarked i iu1 Ia dogs saliva hug a perfect barter icidal and healing power and ug footed that Iterhat N it would makej good antiseptic although it stem I that no bacteriologist lead caught the lint contained in thegfmpie pro I cejss of a dogs licking a sore a pro dRYI t d generally first mentioned i it took down a pile of old magazines andafter a diligent search produced a clipping from a medical journal containing a paper by Dr George M Gould Here is a part of it When we commence observation of the origin of medical discovery 1and treatment we are struck by tin that our brothers the animals were first in learning not a little of medical art It has been noticed that bird often show a true surgical instinct M Tatio on several occa lions his killed woodcock that were when shot convalescing from wounds previously received and in every in stant found the old injury neatly dressed with down plucked from the stems of feathers and skillfully arranged over the wound evidently by the beak of the birds In some instances a solid plaster was thus formed and in others ligatures had been applied to wound I ed or broken limbs Ten times in his experience hs has found birds whose withisappe mated and litigated togethe a statement that is vouched for bv no less a naturalist than Fulbert Domonteil I Dr James Weir says that when astringenttpieces of the dogwood poplar wild cureftheytshould happen to bun filleted they will readily drink a decoction of wild cherry if it is placed in the hive Moreover they seem to know that filth is a source of disease Dr Weir further believes that many of the higher animals have dis covered and used a mat ria medica that should be recognized by human physicians For instance dogs will seekout and devour the long blades of coughgrass triticum repens when they are constipated horses and mules will eat clay when they have scours cattle with eczema have been seen to plaster hoof and joint with mud He speaks of seeing a cow break thin ice on a pond and treat her itching joint to a mud poultice Cats will go miles when thy are under the weather for a dot of catnip The saliva of animals seems to hae a distinct curative action Dos cats cattle rodents monkeys all lick their wounds when they can get at them and soon effect cures Weir also tells of a large dog faced monkey who scratched his shoulder badly on a projecting nail in his cage He immediately went to a corner and seizing a handful of clean sawdust pressed it on the bleeding scratch In a few moments the bleeding ceas ed and the blood dried leaving a coating under which the healing was promptRev Kgerton It Young a mis CanadaIoped as to produce a real surgeon doctot One of his digs spontont coiuly took up this work and became o expert that the Indians called him Muskeke Atim the surr ii Galls wounds frozen feet in the I other dogs were successfully and s tematically treated by Dr RoveriThe wounds or sores that be reached by the dots that did not heal The fact tongueI in a state of health null food the dogs saliva Li a perfect I bactericidal and healing power Perhaps it would make an ideal antise pVc No bacteriologist has caught the hintiToniK n iiH ltv bunt ii I Among the prominent men of New I perhapsI I Reed One hot day in the summer of 1901 Reed was in Portsmouth and having to wait over for a train he decided tp make an impromptu toilet changing his collar elc So he hied himself to the nearest hab erdashers and began general survey of the collies displayed in the I store Waited on sir quoded one of the clerks Not yet rev sponded Reedturd then added I would like n collar What she piped the clerk Size 2i answer acs tiu corner Retie found the story around the corner to be a harness shop SIckunlngShivorinK Fllw of Ague and Malaria nut be reliev ed and cured with Electric Hitters This is a pure tonic medicine of especial benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curative influence on the disease driveing it entirely out of the system It is much to be pre ferred to Quinine having untie of this drugs bad aftereffects E R Munday of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very low with ma lanai fever and jaundice till Ill took Electric Hitters whim saved his life At V Wayne Grillin l Bro drugstore price 511c guaranteed Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the tides fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 11105 as far as reported OHlcer of fairs are requested to report to us any ommissions or correction of dates Hartford October 4 4 days Madisonville August 1 o days Danville August 8 A days Fern Creek August liiI days Shepherdsville August lf 1 days LawreneeburgAugust 15 1 days Vanceburg August U 4 days GuthrieAugust 17 allays ShelbyvllieAugust 224 days Springfield August 23 I days NicholasvilleAugust 2H K days Hardstown August 30d days Florence August 30d days Elizabethtown September li a daysGlasgow September ti 4 days Kentucky State Fair September IS 4 days- Henderson September 2i Ii days Falmouth September 27 1Ilajs Owensboro October 10 5 days CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Slgaatu Bears theff Tc 0w 1 4N o L oar Hlliunt nsplrlnj ttructlvo MIINIMNIIIMPIIxIxIlutINu EVOLUTION OF BICYCLES Been in use in Some or other for Nearly two Centuries ifIll original bicycle was not made yesterday nor day before yesterday noithor was it made last week Kx perimentera were working on the bicycle idea before the days rtf eith i er your grandfather or your great grandfather Nearly two centuries have elapsed since the dincovery of the laws of motion which enabled the rider to keep a twowheel ma chine in an upright position while moving Front that time scientists and engineers began to experiment with different machines wnich could be propelled by human power Fifty years latter or in 1779 till members of the French Academy were astonished to see the first crude ttyo wheelmachine propelled by hu man power During the next hundred years all sorts and kinds of ma- chlIl wore product all heavy clumsy hard running tell utterly worthless as far as practical u Ota concrnllllncJl however a II tit beta r than its predecessor Finally within our own recall rune the M high wheel kind or Ordinary as it was called Some had little wheels behind others in front Some had cranks some had levers while others had cog wheels springs straps rat chets and what not The price of these bone breakersor head Hnashers ranged from ltiO to 225 It took an acrobat or gymnast to ride one We are however living in a dilTerent age mill thanks to mod ern machinery and improvement we have our present style of safety bicycle with its beautiful and grace ful lines and shod as it were with its soft resilient pneumatic tire It is no longer considered luxury to be indulged in only by the rich If in order to reach its present State of prefection it has overcome almost nnsurmountable difficulties for nearly hundred yeafe is it not rev namable to say that it has cone to stay As a practical machine adapt ed to a great variety of useful purposes the bicycle is swift sure economical anti always ready Its original cost is only a small part of the cost of that of any other t means of conveyance while th of keeping it is practically not hIIts value as a money aver can per humps he appreciated by those who have occasion to journey to and from home daily a certain number of times A quick mental calculation PHzo 19O4 BEST MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 75Oto1OO Disc Machines 12 to 65 Tho Oraphophono roproduoo all kinds of muslo porfootly hand orchestra violin vocal 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District of Kentucky by the removal proceeding taken in May at Georgetown in Towers 1 9 half under section Oil United States Revised Statutes and sustains his motion for a writ of habeas cor pus to transfer his custody from of the State of Kentucky to that of r the United States The ground up on which the court makes its finding in that it appears that tIll defendent has been and is denied the equal pro tection of the laws smired to him under tire Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United tItatesby tho Scott county Circuit Court and cannot enforce his rights thereto in the Court of Appeals because of Section 281 of the Criminal COOl as construed by that court Unit section provides in etlee- cthat no matter what the ollicers o the trial court may do to get together a jury to suit them the accused shall not take exceptions to such nets or in other words the trial kludge may totally disregard tho ob ions of the to having a I IIIIfment of conviction so obtained As soon as the court had entered the order holding that he had juri diction of the case on removalhe or I dered the Clerk to issue a writ ofI habeas corpus cum causa directing the Jailer of Scott county to deliver Powers to Capt Steve Sharpe the r United States Marshal for the east ern district and the Marshal to re move Powers to the Campbell county jail at Newport where all Federal prisoners for the Eastern district of Kentucky are confined Capt Sharpewill go to George town Saturday to execute the order of court and take possession of the prisonerThe prayed an ap peal to the Supreme Court of the + United States and counsel stated that they would ask that court when it meets in October to advance the case so as to get an early decision In the meantime the trial of Powers which was to commence at p Georgetown next Monday will not be held and he will remain in the custody of the United States Court until the Supreme Court nets when if Judge Cochran is sustained heIwill be put on trial in the States Court at Judge LondonIcovers fortythree pages of pronouncedraIY sustained opinion ever delivered i any of the courts of this section an the opinion is freely expressed tha the Supreme Courtwill sustain him Onbeing informed of Judge Coch rans decision Mr Powers said r To say I am delighted with th news of Judge Cochrans decision transferring my case into the Feder al Court for trial expresses my feelings but tamely For nearly five and a Jiff years I have lain behind prison bars waiting for reason to resume its sway and justice to return to its moorings All three of my trials have been illegal and unfair The Court of appeals has three Hodecided That fact is beyond dis pute No fairmjnded man doubts it or the fact that I should be treated fairly should be given a chance I am n Kentuckian 1 love my State HirirI seek of it is a fair and impar tial trial This should not be de nied one but on the contrary every Kentuckian who loves the good name of his State should demanf that u ACROSS COVNTRV The Rljfiis of the tiniro point to an etior increase of Intff purprlUaDlterbraver brains n physically healthy person ever mirciimbed ulDption Kelllldieaa weakened nyx tern we nil have to light the germ of ilineane Our blood is often in a fertile condition for the- Krowlh ol bacteria the Ktrrm of dloac 1becain our stern ach Is disordered or our liver Is to- rpidIn either cn e our does not get the proper nourishment A torpid liver mean a stagnation of the blood and an accumulation of no 1 no tin which furnishes a weak epoi tot oaettnn to To enrich the enterIRItOfundcalled Ir Pierce Oolilrn Medical Dr cov ery that would quickly nee the bad symp mrnusdessptmthedigetionantiassimilationoffoodw from the products of digestion Peed the tong stomach and heart on rich red blood whichIway as you can A medicine made entirely from botanical eitracts and which does not Piercestalcohol nor lIf oticImuch me I am innocent of theI triadtmoans my liberation The prosecution has never given me a fair trial and it never intends for me to have one if it can prevent it If the prosecution wanted me to hnvvil fair trial it would not make any difference to it whether that fair trial was held in a State or Fed oral Court The best that the nttheffact that it is resisting my efforts to get into the Federal Court for such a trial But I have always believed that justice and right in this case will finally prevail anti I am now I of it than ever be foreIStrorigthlyour takesfrom the physical In other words the food you eat must be digested assimilated and appropriated by the nerves blood and tissues before before being expelled from the intestines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to i iand builds up strength in the hu man system It is pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digestants that will digest the food and enable the eye tem to appropriate all of its health and strengthgiving qualities Sold by Z Wuyno Griffin Bro m A Flying the Kite HudsonDo you think they be able to get along on 10000 year BudsonThey ought o With that much money they should manage to run in debt for another ten thousand A Grlm Tragody is daily enacted in thousands of homes as death claims in each one at another victim of Consumption o andIgedy is averted P G o wifedhad consumption and three doc tors gave her alp Finally she took fonr Coldsd itwell and strong It kills the of all diseases One dose relieves Guaranteed 50c and 100 by Z druggisteTrial bottle freer The Value of a Dollar There are three ways to learn the value of a dollar The first is to spend it nid see what you get for it The second is to earn it and see what you give for it The third is to save it and yearn for all the the things it enoughsThroe Good and Just Reasons There are three reasons why moth ers prefer Ono Minute Cough Cure First It is absolutely harmless Second It tastes good children love it Third It cures Coughs Croup an Whooping Cough when other reme dies fail Soldby Z Wayne Griffi Bro m 7 lvi PAUL JONES BODY Reprosentatve sive Auspicies The ceremony of delivering the body of Admiral Paul Jones to the representative of the United States was held at i0 last Thursday after noon in the American church at Paris France in the presence IlfIt distinguished gathering of the highest official military and naval dignitaries of Francis the di plomatic representives of many countries and special ambl3l1dorsj and naval authorities sent from the United States to receive the body The formal ceremony consisted of the delivering of the body by Gen Porter as the finder and custodian to Mr Loomis representing the United States appointed to receive it and Mr Loomis commissioning Admiral Sigsbee to transport it to America General Porter said in part It is a matter of extreme gratification to feel that the body of this intrepid commander is to be convey ed across the sea by war vessels of the navy of which he was the honored founder and to whose sailors his name is still an inspiration and that this high mission is confided to so gallent an officer of the same distinguishedI squadron All that is mortal of this illustrious organizer of forces on the sea lies in yonder coffin het neath the folders of our national standard When congress adopted the proslent form for the American embodied in the same resolution the appointment of Capt Jones to com mand the ship Hanger When he received the news history attributes to him the following remark Born the same hour from the same womb of destiny we cannot be parted in life or death Alas they were parted during 113 years but happily they are now rev united usual spectacle of a detach ITheof United States soldiers mind marines swinging through the central throughfares Paris today aroused great interest and brought out an enthusiastic ovation from crowds along the line of march The American naval contingents numbering five hundred men twentyfive officers left Cherbourg a oclock in the morning arriving at the Incalides Railroad station at 1140 am The sailors and marines presented a fine appearanceIA company of was drawn up fronting the station to reiceive the Americans The formed a battalion and unfurled the American flag and their naval en sign At the same moment the French troops came to asalute The Frenchstandard was dipped nndI Banagreat s which had surged across Alexander bridge shouted Vive Les Americans Vive La France the entire multitude uncovering respectfully while the American anthem was played Another outburst of en thusiasm greeted the Marsellaise and then the French escort took up marchrThe demonstration is incidental to the conveying thejremains of John Paul Jones back to America A Smooth ArtlcloIWhen you find it necessary use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the purest and best for Sores Blind Bleed PilessGet the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Fames Sliding Sidewalk StubbsWell theres room at the top ScribhsYes but if you blink lipI there somebody shoves you offI CONTINUEThosp and lit eFgth by regular treat withScotts Emulsion I treatmentIanand a little cool rallk with It will do away with any objection which Ithteateddebason smpleScoTT YorknSoc IOD I v MAN HAS TWO HEARTS And lie Offers to Sell Them to Be Delivered at Death Telegrams and telephone messages in answer to his advertisement to sell his body and two hearts after death have keptr1 Durr of New Hochelle N Y busy of late Al though it is known that Durr has been offered large sums of money for his body he refuses to state the amounts lie is keeping these a sa cret in hopes that a larger sum may tendered None of the offers so far received has been accepted nor is it likely that a choice will be made for some time in order to give the entire medical profession of the country a chance to entertain the proposition Durrs advertisement which WitS printed recently in a New York paper read as follows I agree to sell my two hearts the buyer being entitled to same after my death Signed A Durrcare of the Central Hotel New Hochelle N YDurr is a carpenter He is thirty five years old single and the picture of health He works every day and leads a regular life Up to a few years ago Durr did not know that he possessed two hearts This was Covered when he called a physi dan to treat him for a slight attack of sickness Since then he has submitted to examination by many of most celebrated specialists in the countryRecently a prominent specialist offered Durr 10000 if he wouldal ow him to perform an operation and remove one of the hearts This the carpenter declined to do as he feared he might die and not be able to enjoy the money If Durr succeeds in getting his price for his body the money will have to be paid over immediately and he will give the purchaser a deed good after deathIt said that Durr expects to receive several thousand dollars from some medical college for his hearty as his case will be of great value to medical scienceTo p Hogs of Lice How to rid hogs of lice was 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some of us from founder ing ourselves during the roasting ear season TilE report of the recent lynching at Watkinsville Georgia concludes with the statement that no more trouble is expected There being A no more prisoners in the jail it was clear that the trouble was overcl TirE nation has got well rid of a cheap man in the passing of engi neer Wallace He could have im mortalized his name by theconstruc tion of the Panama canal but he al lowed himself to be lured away by greater immediate gain WHEN a Texan who had been arcrested in New York for drunken ness was asked if he wished to em ploy an attorney or go to jail he promptly expressed a decided pref erence for jail The Gotham law yers fame extends far beyond the State boundaries TllK trials of Caleb Powers in the State Courts of Kentucky have been judicial scandals all along and now that the case has been transferred t to the United States Court he ma get a square deal It is but properI to remember that Powers was not in Frankfort when Goebel was killeclI and there has never been any evi dence to show that he had anything to do with the killing His execu cution would have been as shameful I i i the hanging of Mrs Sarratt iMemphis Commercial Appeals DemocratIWITH this is TIiF REPIJUIICN completes the seventeenth year of career During that period it has grown from a small five column folio to a six column quarto with a circulation The present management extends over the past two years and the success if any we attained during that period can be measured by the volumn readible news TilE REPUBLICAN to its increased number of the most excellent line of both local and foreign advertising we carry and the further fact increased expense of publishing eight page paper has been met by the earnings of the same Valuable assistance in giv our readers the news while it is has been rendered us by our excellent choir of correspondents and other contributors which we gratefuully acknowledge JUDGE CocHR hassustained Caleb Powers motion for a transfer- of his case from the Scott county Circuit Court to the United States In his opinion handed down determining the motion for transfer Judge Cochran holds that Mr Powers has never had a fair and impartial trial and that under the of Kentucky he is unable to en the rights guaranteed him by the Fourteenth Amendment to the Federal Constitution An appeal been taken by the States attor s and Beckhams hired represen tatives to the Supreme Court of the States which will not be determined before November next Caleb Powers has been a prisoner the State in the custody of various county Jailers for more than five and has grown pallid from his long confinement yet he has always been confident of success in the fight his life He is today looked upon everywhere outside of the of the ultra Goebelites as the Dreyfus of America the victim of outrageous political theft mon strous judicial tyranny His story on every tongue and justice will reward him for his five years fight WHITESVILLE July 1llIisses Annie and Ger Hickey entertained their friends with a party Friday etening All spent an enjoyable evening Miss Anna McBrady St Louis is the guest of relatives here Mrs Livia Cecil and daughter left yesterday to vision Bowling Green Cecilia and other points a few weeks- C L Obenchain visited his parents at Pellville Saturday night and Sunday He was accompanied by his uncle Robert Creager of Ow ensboroMr Mrs R A Jackson Ow ensboro are the guests of Mrs Jacksons parents Dr and Mrs D Haynes this week Several from here went to see the hanging of Mathley Friday Mr and Mrs Elmer Haynes enter tained the young folks with a party Saturday evening at their beautiful country home Mrs Thomas Ramsey entertained- at dinner Sunday Those present were Misses Martha Kittinger Florence Simmons and Mary Wedding Messrs Austin Ramsey Palmer Wedding Abe Stiles and Prof P Thomas- Miss Nannie May and brother Louisville spent Monday and Tues here the guest of relatives Mr Palmer Wedding entertained- a few of his friends at his home Wednesday evening Those present were Misses Annie and Gertrude Hickey Annie Bell Florence Simmons Stella and Mary Wedding Messrs Geo Brooks Chas Mc Carty Willie Brooks C L Oben and Mr and Mrs Thos Ramsey All spent a very pleasant even ingMiss I C U Ford Owensboro spent a few days last week the guest of Miss Gertrude Hi- ckeyHoods Sarsaparilla is unquestionably the greatest blood and liver medicine known It positively and permanentlyIcares every Pimples to the BestIBlod Medicine I JVUCCABEE BARBECUE f March to the Fair Ground Where Sumptuous Dinner I is Served I One of the nicest social entertain meats in the history of Hartfords fraternal circles occurred here yesterday the local lodge of the Knight of The Maccabees being the enter tainers At 1030 oclock nearly the entire membership of the lodge con fisting of fifty or more stalwart young Knights and a splendid repre sentation of Ladies ofthe Maccabees twenty or more fair dames form ed in line at the lodge hall and begin the march to the fair grounds The marching line was headed bj the officers who donned most beauti ful lodge regalia then came tht Ladies bourne in splendid rigs all dressed in white and wearing tin emblem of the order and lodge col ors these were followed by the otherI Knights who also bore the blem and colors The entire pro cession kept perfect step to beauti ful strains of music furnished by the Hartford Orchestra cold the march was continued through tht main portions of town and to tin fair grounds where the line of march was broken and the Knights and Dames mingled in social inUrcourst with each other and invited guests In due time dinner was announced dinIingpartake of the repast that the most exacting epicure would justly feel envious of and ere long it was the general comment that Dr IVndlo ton Messrs Foreman Collins Riley and Thomas the committee on arrangements had donejustice to thi part of the program After noon some time was spent exchanging social i greeting then all hied them selves to their homes to await with fond anticipation a reoccurraiue of another titertainment just like it It was indeed a great day for the Maccabees Every one present seemed to enjoy every feature of the I entertainment to its stextlntI SMALLHOUS KY July 8 Several from hero attend ed the Soldiers reunion at Central City July 4th Messrs Owen Hunter and Erskin Fulkerson Misses Debbie Talor and Lelia Hunter went to Rochester July 4thSeveral friend of Mr and Mrs Alva Calloway spent the day with them July 4th a splendid dinner at noon and ice cream anti leamonade in the evening was enjoyed by all prisent Those present were Mr and Mrs Fannie Bennett Miss Audrey and Master Eckles Bennett Miss Gusta Cooper Prentis Mr and Mrs Caz Mason and two children Mr and Mrs Charles Overton David Oldham Mrs Orlando Cox and two daughters Archie Addington Will Howell Ross Foster and Gordon Howell Mrs Theo Howell and Mrs Robert Hunter and Mrs Lin Cum mings Hopewell Rev Chester Stevens and sister were in our midst July 2nd they were the guests of Mr and Mrs J C Bennett Mis Emma B Fulkerson and Cecil Fulkerson Ceralvo Ky were in our midst recently Miss Alice Fulkerson returned Tuesday from a visit to her sister Mrs T L Withrow Central City Misses Cora Kimbley and Nona Bullock are the guests ofMr Tom Helsley Greenville Misses Arah and Lula Withrow re turned Tuesday from a visit to rel atives at Bevier Mr John Withrow returned Wednes day from South Carrollton after an extended visit to Mr Clem Erwin and family Mrs George Read is quite ill at this writing a little child of Mr Burchis also quite ill Mr Owen Hunter went to Echols MondayMr Clarence Overhuls returned Tuesday from Branch La where he has been engaged in teaching school Rov Chester Stevens preached an excelent sermon at Smallhous Church Sunday July 2nd although the day was quite gloomy a good congrega tion was there to hear the sermon Messrs Owen Hunter and Clarence FridayIwith Miss Maggie Hunter Mr Ross Morton has secured position as clerk in Mr T R Bar nards Store Livermore Miss Altha Addington went toe 1 3 vi iieeeie llc- Ii OUR GREAT ICLOTHING REDUCTION SALE To Continue Three More Days 2- a 4 tThe Greatest Sale of = I New Stylish Clothing f = That Hartford Har Ever Yet Had i I C p Dont miss it It will save you money Alarge stock x = of Boys Clothing is included in this sale = I 1 SAM BACH t Kyp 1 44444I44444 M24 Livermore and returned Mnday Miss Ethel Hunter was the guest of Miss Kannif Davis at Central City last Tuesday Narrows Incidents- In the garden of John Nelson a mariner living near here a lhr san themum the rich rare tower that hits heretofore reserve its fragrance and its beauty to grace the smoky au tumn days is flowering Two flow ers perfect in form color and fra grance and four other buds are quick with bloom The cabbage snake that dread monster of the vegetable deep hai invaded this community At the dinner table Saturday Ed Foreman family discovered a cabbage snake in a dish upon which that vegetable was being served The family had eaten heartily of the cabbage before the serpent was discovered and Mrs Foreman and Mrs Nattie Bos well her guest were severely frightened and were very sick as a result emetics administered as an antidote for the supposed poison Mr Foreman and his son poopoohed the poison theory and escaped nau sea From a careful examination ol this specimen the writer is prepared to say that the cabbage snake is not a myth but from its observed effect upon Mr Foreman and his son he is equally convinced that it is not poisonous This snake was about three inches long black with dotted white lines around its body and about one sixteenth of an inch in diameter- A E Jennings saw and planing mill began operation here Wednes day Mr Jennings mill is scarcely less complete than the large Evans ville mills and will cut everything from baseball bats to ship timbers The local train on the Owensboro branch I C wrecked at Boards Tuesday at noon Two boxes and caboose went over an embankment thirty feet high Eight men were in the caboose and conductor Geo Arnold was in the cupola but none of them was seriously hurt The northbound 330 passenger train was delayed about five hours That Loafers Club about which some blatherskite has been writing from here was alla myth No more industrious and enterprising people can be found anywhere than those living in and about Narrows Your paper should not print such rot Good lion The Cherry Brothers school sus gins all the Literary and Commercial courses and in addition Law Music Elocution and Oratory Tele- raphy Typewriting and Railroading Mention course wanted Ad ress H H Cherry President Bowing Green Ky Subscribe for TilE REPUBLICANS tfa r I 1fMi1h t uWW 1WAfIWIt Great Jfvil- yClearance Sale CLEARANCE O- FShoes and Slippers IIII order to make room for the enormous tuck of Peters Slues which we are now beginning to receive4 wo intend to credos up as neon as possible the pres put stock11e dont intend to miss duty sales Oil Shuts if the quality and price have anything to do with it lust ask to see themti CLEARANCE OF iClothingon first iloor now and it will pay you to look through whether you are really to bu- sy or not If you think there is any mistake about us selling 10 Suits for 5 just come anti flook as many are doing end you will be surprised and convinced We must sell this stock to make t room for the biggest and most np to date line offClothing ever shown in the county CLEARANCE OF Mens Hats Mens Hats will go this month as if they were I given to us Wo have a big line of them and some choice selections left Dont fail to yeti them You are almost sure to be suited in a fit and at a price that will seem like a gift Dont leave our storolj without asking to see our lonl Hats CLEARANCE OF Mens ShirtsYou can look atour show windows and get an idea of what wo can do for you in Shirts Its true wo have a few stsir bosoms in this lot but just think about 1 and 125 Shirts at 25c and 40c Como in side and see the full line of Shirts theyre certainly attractive and uptodate CLEARANCE OF Wash and Dress GoodsAH lenders in these departments as well as most others we dont believe in carrying any of thiK stock over so there is on1one thing to do and that is to make the markeddown price right lust come and see is all we ask You are sure to he pleased with I quality and pri- ceLONG COMPANYAt the ECONOMY STORE I Hartford Kennttic- kybLWWrvfvmftJJruW 1 i4Y q A iiiiiii iiiii ii i ii i i1 I 41 ii 1 i49 Providedfor i auI You atFairsby4 tbi41 w b n In order to make shopping a pleasure luring the J1 ill i 41 hot weather you will find at Fairs a nice cool store 41 ploy good ice water HlIIIII corps of competent b1 8ale to stow you tho prettiest line of 811 III mOl j gcI i 41New Wash GoodsUWe have received from the markets the latest for = 41 midsummer wear in Sheer Organdies hoth plain Ili C 41 and fancy complete lines of Swisses Dimities Jin i t = tiate White lauds hate with a grand assortment of i 4 dainty Laces and Insertions to trim them We are 41 sure wo call please you We invite your inspection 41 bt C 44 4 Ladies Furnishings e 4fen dozen ladies bleached Ribbed Vests taped i II week and armholes tho very kind that you pity15c = Ctlifor as long as they last you win buy thong IiI I0c See our kilts Neckwear and Fans three slits j buries to your summer outfit that are indispensable = 41Wo have all tho new things in all of thus Iretty tl1 Holts Joe Sill Melts all shades 2oc and i fJI flOe Wash Turnovers Stocks and fancy wash Col J 41 fur late desirable atylwforonly 25c i t J A great selection of Fans in paper linen sold silk tC at prices running from nc to 7oc See our Furnish I Jl ulgsst1vs tlr newest found J tI 4 8I 4 Summer Clothing f A fino assortment of twopiece homespun Suits eight shades the very kind for comfort and stylej 41 goods that sell readily for 55our special price 5 fJr 41 8 Bargain Basement t tit 4 A place where all can fiu something useful for t41 the home prices within the roach of all5c and Z lOc nothing higher Too many useful things jj 41 to mention Come and see We that i 4YOU will be pleased with our goods HId pl esttli 4 U 41 41 4i 41 Tlie Bargain AT Center 6Jt41 4 pt41 w Republicants FRIDAY JULY 14 t == Illinois Central RailroadTime Table North Humid Noullt Bound Nol 1 iln 407 n m Net 214ua1LU a m No Jn11Mtpn o1uldoe7t9pIi- ir NnlM duU401o m NolMilo STim muiniMfAH will print tree ol thKrllliory Nollee Rm lnllon or Keapect lIfUbllurlh extent ell loo word All over Hint nnionnt we charge forl the rule olio per word cnh In i caynce Arllrln In exeeeN of ISO words will he enl down lo required limit nnle Ieht with nmnn crlpl Poill tmonf n word in every laIreJt I Nice Hot Fish at City Restaurant City Restaurant surely feeds the people 4 Fairs Millinery stock now at your Own price Djmes do the work of dollars in Fairs basement For pretty Embroideries and Laces BO to Fairs Best Ice Cream and Cakes in town jit City Restaurant I Save money by trading in Fairs 5c and lOc basement I Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceratvo Ky 42t12 My My isnt the City Restaurant Ice Cream just fine StFinisRowe Centertown called to see us last Saturday Herman Render Centertown call edtosee us Tuesday h i fimslJiiI k i Ice Tongs and Ice Picks in Fairs 5c and toe basement Mr J T Davis Sunnydale was a pleasant caller Tuesday Mr A V Leach Prentis called to see us last Saturday Alonzo France Smallhous called to see us last Saturday Mr U S FaughtCentertowncall ed to see us Wednesday For a good feeling Corset buy the American Lady at Fairs See Fairs 36inch guaranteed Black Taffeta Silk at 100 a yard Mr Nat Lindley Point Pleasant was a very pleasant caller Mon day A few pais of Childrens Slippers left Former pairs 150 now 60c at Fairs Black Birkhead the liverymen have the nicest Rigs and the bestj horsesYSee our Bargain Shoe Counter alsoI our Straw Hats LONG Co at Economy Store Col C M Barnett returned to Louisville Wednesday aft r spending a few days with his family Black Birkhead will carry you to Beaver Dam and back Bus makes three regular trips daily 11areLong Co at Ecouomy Store I Mrs Isaac Foster City was the gnestof her parents Mr and Mrs S T Brown last Saturday and Sun day Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tr Born to the wife of Daniel King a fine 12 pound boy the 10 inst Buy your wool Goods at Fairs They are selling them cheap Mr P K Newton Fordsville was a pleasant caller last Saturday Mr Henderson Ashby Center town called to see us last Saturday For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this ollice Mr JL Anderson Owensboro is the guest of relatives in and near Hartford A great line of Ladies Collars Neck ribbons and Belts at Long Cos See them Dont worry and stew over making Ice Cream when you can buy better at City RestaurantIBlack Birkheads New Stable is large enough to accommodate every body Give them a call Just received a big line of Ladies White Duck Shirt Waist Hats at Economy Store Lose Co Mr J H B Carson of the firm of Carson Co was in Louisville on business the first of the week Special prices will be made on all Canvas Shoes and slippers during July Long Co at Economy Store Soda Water Lemonade Pop Coca Cola Orange Juice Cherry Phosphate Soda Cream c at City Res taurant Mr John Duncan who is in the in surenco business with head quarters at Greenville Ky called to see m Wednesday f Miss Berdie Woodward returned from Calhoun fast Sunday where she I had been the guest of relatives for several days Hon H P Taylor left Saturday for points in Utah where he will at tend to legal business He will be gone about two weeks Mrs C E Rogers and children Elkton Ky will arrive tomorrow to be the guests of MrsRogers par entsCapt and Mrs S tf Cox Sheriff Keown has received notice to begin the collectisn of the taxes for the year 1905 and is now ready to receive your taxes any day Mrs H W Rolph who had been the guest of her mother Mrs Jennie McHenry City returned to her home at Louisville Wednesday Hon M L Heavrin went to Louis ville Wednesday to attend a meeting of the Republican State Central com mittee of which he is a member Mr L H Condit who has been stationed at Cartwright Ky asof storekeeper ganger for the past few months is spending a few weeks va cation at his home at Matanzas Mr W B Taylor Republican can didate for County Judge called to see us Monday Judge Taylor as he will soon be known is making a winning campaign and the people generally are flocking to his sup port A free scholarship in the Meridian Female College Meridin Miss can be had for the asking by applying to P C Miller Hartford Ky The scholarship is worth 75per year and is good for four year- sNorlciTaken 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 mal unmarked Owner can find same at Mr Morgans by payinghim charges J R PHIPPS S W Miss Harriet McDowell who was seriously hurt in a runaway near Taylor Mines about two weeks ago died at the home of relatives Taylor Minesat 3 oclork Wednesday Morn ing She had remained in an un conscious state since sustaining the injuries thatfinally resulted in death Her remains were interred at the family burying ground yesterday at 10 oclock a m License to Wed The folliwing permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Raglandsince our last report Ed Massie Whitesville age 38 yearsto Nora ClarkPleasant Ridge age 25 years C A Morris Frieda land age 22 years to Effe Jamison Friedaland age 21 years W M Har ison Pellville age 21 years to Eva Herron Livermore age 19 y arsUscar James Matanzas 1 age 23 years to Nellie Field env iCentertown age 18 years li r Lnnzo Decker Rockport age years to Mary Keown Rockport age 21 years Vilas Peters Beaver Dam age 21 years to Anyce Swain Beaver Dam age 22 years Harry Draper Render age 2G years to I Mary Espy McHenry age 20 years A Surprise WeddingIMr Rid Massie of Whitesville was united in marriage to Miss Nora Clark at the home of the sister Mrs C B Howard the Washington neighborhood Ins Saturday morning The marriage was a quiet one and was a gre Isurprise to the many friends of t parties The ceremony was performed by Rev J W CanI trellof Nocreek in the presence of a few of the immediate relatives The bride is a popular society lad of Pleasant Ridge and for the past I few years she has been prominent in I educational circles having taught several years in the public schools in which capacity she displayed rare talentIThe groom is a well known an with a host of Prosperousfarmer Killing at Leitcbffeld I Leitchfield Ky July 12Alva- I McClure son of J P McClure jeweler was shot mid killed on the public square about 10 oclock last night while resisting arrest He ijwas boisterous and drinking and town Marshal Tom Baird and Depu ty Sheriff Hardin Coppage attempted to arrest him McClure drew his knife and cut Coppage once in the head when both officers began filin- glOne bullet took effect in McClures back and he ran to a yard just off public square whertrhe fell dying in twenty minutes Young McClure who leaves a widow and two small children had been drinking during the afternoon surd was taken home by his brother Early in the night he returned to the public square and the shooting resulted BEDA July 13 Business is very good in our town On account of the Quarterly meet ing at Nocreek there was no preaching at the II E church Sun dayRev J A Bennett preached at the M E church Sunday night Henry Pirtle and sister Miss Viola ofnear Hartford were the guests of Dr and Mrs J D Stewart Sunday Messrs Peter Shown and Sam Ellis went to Owensboro with tobacco TuesdayMiss Tichenor has return from Livermore after an several weeks Walter Parks Southerland edohis father Saturday night and day S R Bennett went to Taylor Mines Monday on business Dr and Mrs J D Stewart visit ed friends in Hartford Friday Mrs Ben Hudson who has been ill is reported to be improving Mrs Alva Calloway and daughter Maude Smallhcfuse are visiting Mr and Mrs R P Bennett Little Miss Gertie Bennett has the scarlet fever Misses Jennie and Oma Tichenor went to Hartford Tuesday Little Miss Amelia Pirtle Hartford is visiting her aunt Mrs StewartWork progressing very nicely on the C P church at this place schoeof house Saturday night Rev Harned will preach at the C P church Sunday Harttord College Announcement President L N Gray of Hartford College has had published a well preparedand nicely arranged catalogue of information concerning the school Aside from the regular schoolannouncement two special announcements of importance are made therein Mr RE Lee Sim merman offers a gold medal to the successful competitor in an oritorical to be hold during commencement week and Hon Ben D Ringo offers a got medal to the successful competitor in the declamatory contest to beheld at same time y BUFORD July 12Rev R T Brunner filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Kirt Moseley of Pleasant Ridge died Saturday and was buried her Sunday Charley Magan who has been vis iting here the past two monthsre e 3o t 4S W rWGir 5 b 1 J o E P Barnes Broj ClothingAt Prices ofAll odd lotsof Sumniur Clothing have been put on Ithargain counters and the prices cut almost half in two Drop in at Barnes store and buy one of those marked ofIlour that sold for k10stud 650 choice for Iany of another lot of Mens Suits that sold for 10 Only 550 choice of a lot of hens Suits that sold for bargainy Mens Straw Hats IOnl broken lots of Eons and Boys Straw Hats left but wo will offercheap that you will cord tainly buy it just to finish out the season with Try i us and see Bring your boy and drop in and wo will fit him at a low price Youre pretty sure to find something desirable in this lot Wash Materials In the Dress Goods section you will find fine goods i marked at about half the former price Now is the time to buy a fine Dress at a very cheap price If you I cheapWashcertainly the rarest weve offered etI LowCuts and Oxfords In this department we are well prepared to fit you verylocan bo bought at onehalf their former price and even lower Buy some cheap Shoes and Slippers Its a great chance for bargains in footwear I MillineryE I Your chances in this department are growing less gettinglowerNow is a moneysaving time in our Millinery section o We have priced them so low that we t elsnre of selling II1 Hat front 25o upnil new seasonable Hats Como j quick and get first choice rive us your orders Al so let us retrial your old Hats i Beaver Dimt t tt r rrrr rr crrr rrrrrrNrrr t r rr rrrt 1 1 mo turned to Kansas City the 5th inst Orian Bell accompanied him Miss Eva Hackett of Livermore has a nice music school here Miss Hoover of Henderson visit ed F M Hoover and family last weekit Clemence Hoover wife and baby SundayClarence j visited J D Holbrook and family Sunday I Our trustees closed a contract with D L D Whittaker to teach our fall school which will begin the j 31st of this month Miss Eugenia Howard returned to Owensboro Monday after two weeks visit to her aunt Mrs Walter Blair Mrs Charley Tichenor is visiting in Owen boro Elys Liquid Cream Balm is an old friend in a new form It is prepar ed for the particnfat benefit of suf ferers from nasal catarrh who are used to an atomiser in spraying the diseased membranes All the heal ing and soothing properties of Cream Balm are retained in the new pre paration It does not dry up the secretions Price including spray i ing tube 75 cents At your drug gists or Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York will mail it ZASrJuly 12Henry Tichenor died the 4th at the home of W L James of lung trouble His remains was buried the following day in the family grave yard near Rosss Ripple He leaves one brother and sister to mourn his loss besides a hostof relatives and friends The community extends- e condolence Prof W C Overhults who has been in the South for the past six months spent last Saturday night with friends here Mrs J C Bennett who has been visiting relatives at Smallhous has homet who has been very sickof billious fevers convalescent Miss Alable Tichenor is on the sick list this week Rev Reed failed to fill his appoint ment lastSunday at the ME church he being engaged in a meeting at Island SULPHUR SPRINGS July 18Miss Minnie Wedding was the guest of Miss Clime Acton Monday night Miss Isabelle Bean Beaver Dam is visiting her sister Mrs Lizzie Bean this week Misses Natmie and Mamye Jones Fordsville are visiting Mrs C L HuffBob Duff and wife Narrows visit ed Mrs Duffs parents Mr and Mrs Cicero Maganruesdav- Aunt Nancy Wedding has been visiting her daughter Mrs Amanda Foreman in the New Bamus neighborhood for several days Little Miss Comma Wedding is visiting her uncle Judge R R Wed ding Hartford this week Tom Midkiffs little girl is on the sick list ICan for Convention At a meeting of the Republican committee of the Buford Magisterial district held at Beda Ky on July 1 1905 it was ordered that a mass convention for the purpose of nomi nating candidates for the office of Magistrate and Constable for said district be held at Beda at 2 oclock p m on Saturday July 15 1905 B S CIiAMHERIAINr Chmn Disk Cam u t i 1 BRIGHTENS COUNTRY LIFE Rural Free Delivery is a Luxury But Is Well Worth Its Cost Anything that makes life in tht country more attractive andso arrests to a degree the concentration of population in the cities is worth paying out money forand hence our lawmakers are looking forward with no great apprehension to the sixty millions of dollars a year which the rural free delivery seems destined to entail The most mark ed effect of this development upon the Senators and Representatives of States having large cities will be to stiffen their backs in insisting that reasonable division of postal revenues shall go for improvements in the urban mail service such as pneu matic tubes other facilities fo quickening the mail service of the congested centers The postal establishment sees some enormous contracts a single building in New York City contains o200 persons during the workln days and they are nearly all lette writers Their average use of the postal service probably equals that of 52000 persons in the rural dis tricts It is necessary to make thir tythree collections a day in some n the New York buildings to get the acctimmujating mail out of the way The other side of the story is the rural region where an inspector desirous establishing a rural route has to exert himself to the utmost to count in 100 families which could be served in a ride of twentyfour mile The original idea was to require that amount of support but there are hundreds of routes in oper ration today for the accommodation of a much smaller number of house holders and in making rural delis l r universal within the limits of practicability which is now the aim of Congress and the Department it will be necessary to include a great many routes of considerably less than 100 families The argument that rural delivery Would pay has been abandoned if indeed it can be said ever to have been held by in telligent persons It effects an oc casional economy in cutting off a star route or a fourthclass post of licebut that is a trifling fraction of its curt Rural free delivery is a luxury nut one which the country is perfectly willing to pay for The theory that it is profitable by stimulating business is hardly tenable since the business itself does not pay The great increase occasioned by the rural free deliv cry service comes in the circulation of newspapers and other second class matter This the government ctrries at an obvious loss as a sub si ly to the cause of public educa stun anti so a large business in this line while it may be welcomed as doing more for this same public ed ucation does not indicate an in crease of profit However these are considerations over which the American people care hut little they like an efficient postal establish ment and the next aim should be to do for the inhabitants of the Ameri can cityas much in proportion toI the postal service as is now being dune for the people of the country The transfer of mail across our pities by comparison with that other countries are doing is lamentably slow This should be quickened Rural congressmen when they getI their universal free delivery should be willing to turn about and let theI cities have something in the way ofI quick mail communication I ENORMOUS POWER Required by an Ocean Whale Traveling Thirty r liesfan Hour Innturduc EIIII Iotl St udy of the speinl of fishes is Imriussed by unavoidable emI It is not possible as with birds set up tall poles at intervals ofIquarter of a mile and with the help of stop watches time them as they go by Nevertheless recent investigation of the subject goes to show that tlie mackerel if not the champI ion racer of the briny deep comes I pretty near to carry oil the honors j Unquestionable it travels sometimes as fast as an express train at high k I OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys I Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood ItAll the blood in your body passes kldnev once every three minutes sold You may the kidneys are your blood purifiers they fil out the waste or Impurities the blood they sick or out of order they fall their work Pains aches and rheu ex cess of acid In the neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady- e thoughtheyoverworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases their beginning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake tby first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr KHmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is I soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases rand Is on Its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar sU es have a ter If are to do matism comefrom uric lYe sample bottle by mall home of SmIRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N YIrememberrSwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle posfj Other things being equal the lar ger the fish the faster it swimsI just as the huge steamboat is able to travel at a speed much greater than the little harbor hissUr i doubtedly the energy employed bafish of great size such as a thirty foot shark when traveling at its best gait is something tremendous An ordinary tug which represents a maximum of energy in a minimum- of bulk utilizes about 200 horse power Of course it is only a guess but it would not seem to be over the mark to 500 horse power when it propels its huge bulk through the water at a rate of 30 miles an hour whalewhich is a mammal and IA a fish might be cnnnonI train if the shark is a ball express but it can beat the fast est ocean greyhound in a speed contest If there is a fish that can travel faster than a shark it must be the taepon which can probably hit her up to the tune of 00 miles an hour if pressed for time Generally speaking it may be said that finny creatures which live near the sur face of the sea are swift swimmers as compared with those that dwell in the depths Thus the cod which is a deep water species is sluggish and would stand no show at all in a race with the mackerel or herring These latter which are distinctly pelagic depend for their living upon their activity in pursuing agile prey and they must be quick in their movements in order to escape their own enemies If the mackerel wasas big as aI good sized shark it would probably be the speed champion of the ocean No fish is better shaped for rapid going Some years ago a yacht builder in New York constructed a sloop with a hull patterned exactly after the under body of a Spanish mackerel She was called the Un- dine and if tradition does not lie she never was beaten Like the fish after which she was modeled she had her greater breadth of beam for ward of amidships a decidedly novel idea in boat buildingg One may say indeed that all modern watercraft are more or less fishlike in their make up yet on the whole it is surprising that marine architects havef not striven more earnestly than they lave done to obtain hints from Nattures own illustrations of speedmaking principlesy To Consumptivesr The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means af tel suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that 5 dreaded disease Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will tearfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis and all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A- i Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr j n u ICONDENSED STORIES j Hannibal Hamlin Story of His Eng lish Client Hannibal llnmlin for many years Mainhr war was wont to tell the following story on himself An Englishman by the name of Pearson while passing along the main street in Bangor stepped into n hole in the sidewalk and fulling I YOBU DAMAGES HAIK HAMLIN ITIIATtj his leg He brought suit against the city for 1000 and engaged Ilamlin as counsel Hamlin won his ittse but the city apjKalcd to the supreme court Itere also the decision was for llanilins client After settling up the claim lIam lira sent for his client and handed him 1- IChnts this asked the Eng lishniiin Thats your damages after Ink out m fee the cost of appeal ling several other expenses said Ilamlin The Englishman looked at the dollar and then at Ilnmliu Heats the matter with this he aid Is it had Boston Herald The Bird Had Flown Shortly after congress adjourned Representative Smith of Pennsylva nia wits talking to one of the depart ment heads about looking after one of his constituents I wrote woo n letter said the represents tire and I am reminded of what hupjxHied in my state about a letter of introduction A rich old planter who lived in one of the interior dis tricts near Philadelphia got tangled jp in a money mutter T7ith one of his neighbors Mr Alston for that was his name sought an ntlulIIEwho gave him a letter of iutroduc lion to a brother lawyer in Philadel phiu at which place it was necessa ry to enter the suit The letter was whilellieIf the room leaving the letter on t his desk ilr Alston let curiosity picked31iter closed with Mr Alston j a fat Oo e Pluck him heavy That was enough for the rich old farmer and seizing a pen he wrote P SThe goose has flown feathers and all- flit took him about three seconds to amble down the stairs and into 7c the street and he lips not had anything to do with lawyers from that Jay to this preferring to pluck his own geese Washington Star Case of Substitution politicianhnFdomestic virtues Among her other accomplishments is a talent for- making homemade bread andshe naturally takes a great pride in hav ing her loaves turn out well One evening recently she had finished setting the of dough to rise the kitchen and was resting her reading in the parlor when the Filence was disturbed by her six earold son who came running up stairs crying Mamma mammal Theres n mouse jumped into your bread pan I The good woman was much perturbed and frantically askldffDli1 ou take him out goodItftcr him to treat de bandNew York TimesCAnother Jefferson Story The late Joseph Jefferson stocked the lake on his Louisiana farm with bass and other game fish Not long p flshiatiinSee hero said the greatcome dian What do you mean by catchd ing my fish P If b Begorra replied the fisherman slowly removing his pe from his Oim not fishln Oim tachin these wurrums how to swimAtchison Globe has ever it itoKingsNew I For Prlcm100 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fall I Trial Bottles free OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing Machine I We can offer ex ceptional inducements to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableof development intoa permanent and profitable businessWRITE AT ONCE WheelerS Wilson Mfg Co 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO FIRST BOTTLE FREE iu rrr t ircvc aV Jv Dr Carhtodts German Liver jvvdt will curt you of all taalacii taming to thr Liver ald Kin ji such as Constipation D pepsia Ini gestlon Hilluusia Muliri N rOL- and Sick Hetulaclies Diftrrhuu and Dysentery of a bilious tyKUiietnattsn and Impure Blood ve will give you a sic liotdo absolutely freo to try and be convinced No sick one can applet such an oiler i veryfacti Or Carlstsdli German Live Powscr does heath olaliiipil for It The Manufau turers surely would not give it there was any donhv as to the re nh1- You rant those resultsyou want to lei well you l ui o te i yiVv av 3 bra a ipduter special Dis tributing Agents for the free i lion of the 2jc bottle of Dr Csrhtedf = German Liver Powder j Call at once or on will be too late as the offtr is so liberal It crnnct last in definitely Dr CSrlsiedts Lucr GermanI Has relieved and cured many thou ands of hopeless cast end 0 want you to try it If you live at a distance and cannot send or cat in person send for postage to the Atneicun Phar rnacal Co Hvunsvlllt Ind who will take pleasure in sending it by mail Do not trend children i Yours respectfully J II IIIIIN Henry WattersonsLetters l Europe Will be IALeading Feature ofT- heCourierJournal Difrino 1905 There will be many other attractive drjMrtmenis nil eolntf to Make R conll late Newspaper- Nall Rule I Dally CourierJournal l Yr Dally and Sunday I Yr 8 Weekly 1 Yr l- COURIKRJUUKNAL I COMPANY IOUISVIUK KY Hy a Special ArraiiKeutt you can cut the HARTFORD REPUBLICAN j and llto WKLY COURIERJOURNAL I boll ono ycnr tur only e 150Ionl1Al1l1uhRElUlltICAN II ill ctI wdteforoarCONFIDENTIAL nr atent It nmuev We I Registest PAYandsendIMMEDIATE 1LI at 505607 7th St WASHINGTON D C 44BIG FOUR The Best Line to t IndIanapolis PeoriafChicago Y 1 Toledo 1 1 Detroit 0 Cleveland Buffalo d New York + Boston And nil other points Faust iInformation cheerfully fur + nished on application at City r Ticket Onice Big Four No 259 Fourth avenue or write to S J GATES I ll Gcnl 0Louisville 1111 1i 10 G1 v 1 I I PatiolaI ITheI strung end well Pro LA has no equal for Indigestion Dyspepsia I Catrrhof the Head Throat Stomach Bowels Llvt ann Kidneys P 4 LH Grippe dud general debility Made by the IIKTCHPIKLD PHAK I A MACAL Co Inc For sale by r A JB WIlLIAMS Hartford Ky g prove can ouro you gist and REO not and cured Our Free Proposition FIRST GomIni tho herewith will then send yon an order on drag fora fuiUlred bottle floe native will pay your druggist oursoUes it Thli 1 free sift tnaua to oul to enow yon what OtUi Gam le and what it To accept places you under no obligation tick neglect inch an offer and be fair tohlrnecU Thevery of the oaer mast 011 that Otto Spruce Gm Folsom oes a we claim would urellnot pa a bottle and gho It awar was na doubt ofree G Yanwant thoeereelilu you want welL yon UI at expense show yon the way Ottos Gum Is sold In two sizes 25c and Me I u JLI 4 C tl lllllXTT 1 I Hflllll- i BAH VET r SMIT- Hr1iTOxNES A T LAw II VIII rolClt Ii T Will 111h ItofloII II nI lhrr lfhOLIliIIUl llillollllllKlDlllMinilllillolirlxl tplir rhn1IhIrrrl ii II tilnitlris II FRANK L FELIXI Atto neyatLawII lire l Illlll to Y Wllliriicllif hi inln liin In Ohio cud nj 1111rlmlIIrlimivlnrliitlliMnlillitillilliit I M M CROWE ICHAS VYEH HAKTIXIIIU Kv Y- alllprnrtlrrliprdpho H nil l5rntitlllhli IujIIII IUiill IIM In Ixnr I Jf Iprnts Nw nl pt LsPoh iHvrn tji rrlmliiHI nullHnnJ in + i Hot GkrtMidtrulrtrwU1hunmrotuH j JNO B WILSON WiHawININtfpptlel n In 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Infringement Prictlci Oil Klnta Strwt app UalU4 hats WASHINGTON D C IA 25 CENT BOTTLE FREEf + In order to absolutely that wo of all maladies pertaining to Colds Lung Troubles Asthma and Soro Throat DR pay OTTOSuSPR MBiLsAM strictly solontlflo compound of peculiar virtue MADE FROM THE SPRUCE TREE Tho MOST STUBBORN only Immediately yield to this remedy butaro speedily permanently BOTTl We our ist for our conrlnce Dr Spruce BtlMua can wbatorer one can convince OJ Wo for toe Wont let our Ore Spruce Balsam lltillillnu the ntnrlr illY SI HlJllillltfiinintlni tt- ApnI thr tIItfee onLurrr 1 end the lllmlratM any Hiulntu tht JCome mat COUPONForIt to Tbe Amelicaa Jaanaacal CeEYIwsluehut t MrdUeaeoU t JOIImUIplD1O y friends fibs frill Addrom Writ Plain For Sale by J H WILLIAMS Harnord Kya- atiie T u r Sr s nr t44 r Ufti ia 1 rx4err Gy hfb LiVt Y rate JUST OUT lEvery man is entitled to a square deal PlitsliFN T RSOSFVELTMy Own Story By4 11 CeJefo Powers771is hunk is a calm dispassionate arnnint from the stand point nf the man must illtnttIof the conditions in Ken tucky leading to the affiliation of William Goehcl and of 1owers indictment and conviction on the charge of com plicity in his murder- It covers his youth in the mountains of Kentucky the conventions of 1PN the election the shooting of Goebcl the arrest till throe trials und the prison life For dramatic filiations human interest and political Y importance the cast of Caleb Powers unequaled Many Illustrations from Photographs of Actual Scenes Connected with the Tragedy 12mo Cloth Ornamental Cover At All Hooksellers JilSO PoMtpult front PtitillHlicrM- MU POWERS HAS A SUBSTANTIAL CASH INTEREST IN KVERV COPY SOLD OF MY OWN STORY The BobbsMerrill Co Pub is Hers IndianapolisIy r f Clarence Keown Local Agent Hartford Ky OUR CLUBBING RATES r I2tt5 Tin HKitTiuiAN and Louisvillo Daily Horald 200 TIIK KKITIIUOAN and CourierJournal LoO TIIK RKrinutTAX and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIIK KKiTiiurAN lull Homo and Farm 125 TIIK Kii 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allow 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL cfore purchase Is binding WhealsNT 3 to 8 rAOTOHYUUtquipnlent sundries and sporting goods of all kinds at halt regular price In our blglre Sundry Catalogue Contains a world of useful Information Write for It lit PUNCTUREPROOF TIRES Regular prldo 8 5O per pair s 5weYou a sam Ie OnMcg 1WQNT LET Par AIR NO MORE TROUBLE Irom PUNCTURES Result of K years experience in lIrorn akfflr I No danllo THORNS OAOTUS II PINSNAI TAOKSoGLASS Serious I punctures likJj intentional knife cuts can be rnlirfnlroH HUM any Other tIre i 4 I PER PAIR j 1DURABLE Send for Cat lo ue T ihowlnir all kinds and makes of tires at fro pair and nitI p1soCoaatet Dr kes Dulltup WhCtlsand JIIcrclSSundrle at Hall th usual priaaN- ntieo the tick rubber trout A and puncture ItrlP It and U This tire will outlast 0th r maku Soft Elastic and Easy We will ehlp C O D ON APPROVAL ANO EUMINATI N wtboul a ml titwill silo a oaah dlcount ot 5r thereby maklnl the prlce SUO per pair It rou slsend full cmmh with order Tlrex to bo returned at our expense It not utlitactory on examination 4 MEAD CYCLE CO Dept II JL CHICAGO ILL e1 t S ri r t at kt TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE Of Antarctic Explorers Who Liv ed Six Weeks in a Blizzard Illl HUM NfHH J Very strange were some of the ee perienceH undergone and phenomen- witnessed a by members of the recen r Antarctic exploring expedition sent out by the Swedish Government as DrINortlen6kjnld n the journey southward the complete climatic transformotion in a few hundred miles they found to he as j tomshin Four days earlier Nor den kjofd had sees the InunminKI birdrs and the evergreen forests of Tierra del Fuego where the natives I go almost nude in summer then he suddenly carne upon a coast in the andIGraham Land is so far north that it is never wrapped in the gloom of the long jwlar night At Snow Hill Camp the sun was above the horizon at least four hours every day in winter and yet the six explorers who lived there were overwhelmed by the fiercest and longest storm record ed in polar annals The Antarctic has the sternest type of winter weather that explorers know For six weeks from May 1 1902 the south wind blew with almost in cessant hurricane force It wits thick withsnow lust and moving at from 150 to 70 miles an hour had almost the impelling power of Mond Pelees blast At 41 miles an hour the me could barely stand erect against the impact of millions of ice crystals at G2 miles they crawled on hands knees to take their observations a the instruments Small stones were caught up and hurled out upon the sea of icethe rowboat was carried to a new lodgment on the lank of a mountain and the cabin and instruments huts though stoutly built and braced were badly damaged The temperture was riot very low for that region but the men had to live all those six weeks in a hu rricaneI with the thermometer ranging from 22 to 25 degrees below zero Fahrenheit The mean velocity of the wind for the last two weeks was 41J miles hourAmong the scientific results was the discovery in many places of plant andanimal fossil the first ever brought home from the Antarctic ex cepting few found by the sealer Larsen They included petrified tree trunks and the wellpreserved im print of leaves belonging to fossil families of South America and Europe as well as specimens of the beech and other trees of the present day There were numerous formes of mollusca and other sea life and one land animal the whole showing that this was once a land of luxuriant vegetation and that at some time much of it was buried under the sea Here it is thought a number of type af plants null animals may have developed and found their way to northern lands Some of the incidents of the winter Sealskin with the blubber attached was a very smoky but not bad fuel There was flour at Snow READ THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dis covery for kidney and bladder trou ble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public lIyIA TEXAS WONDERI One small bottle of Texas Wonder II11neygravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame bucks rheumaj tism and all irregularities neys and bladder in both men and Women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will he sent by mailun receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned i Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer c P0 box 629 office 2931 Olive Street St Jouis Mo j cnIouta yeast fungus It was cultivates actually make dough ferment an the party was sntgdied with properly leavened bread Effective fishhooks were made out of the bonejhandleof n knife and shoe buckle Mixed tea lenses and snuff were endured but rutokintHows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any ease of Catarrh that cannot lie cured by Halls Calaarh Cure V J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believed him perfectly honorable in all business transactions finand ally able to carry outniiy obligations made by his firm IahlinJC Hitman Marvin Druggists Toledo 0 1Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucuous surface of the sysem Testimonials sent free Price 7fic per hoWl Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m r How Long is a Week Oh yes hes very careful shoo himself and his clothes Why hecan wear a collar a whole week long Gee whiz he must have an aw ful long neck CA 9TOR 1l Bert theThe Kind You Hare Always Boutf BfAuten y rl uCONDENSED STORIES The Pictured Woman Wu Not the intArtists Ideal j a a shut with Joseph Pcnnell the known artist Pcnnell hadflI his boyhood in Germantown tvitl- mc andso we talked of our old Gernmntown friends Ve talked of a boywho had become an artist and married rich woman Pennell said this chap was not altogether happy He said he would IS Tills TOUR IDEAL I tell me a story about him that would reveal subtly in a Henry James manner tho cause of his unhappi ius8 Astranger visited the mans studio one day and paused full of wonder before a life size full length picture of a woman in n white Greek dress Is this said the stranger in atone of amazement your ideal No the artist answered Its mywife New Orleans State Welcoming a Kentuckian ExCongressman Asher G Ca ruth of Kentucky tells this storytrf an experience he once had on a visit to u little Ohio town 1 went up there on legal busi nesst he says rand knowing that should have to stay all night I proceeded directly to tho only hotel The landlord stood behind the desk andregardedme with a kindly air I registered It seems that ho was a little hard of hearing n fact which Isus not aware As I jabbed he pen back into the dish of1 birdshot i said Can you direct mo to the bank f lie looked at me blankly for a second Then swinging the register around ho glanced down swiftly caught the Louisville after my name and an of cpm plate uadcrstnudinglighting up his ncc Certainlygirl YOU will find the bar Igt through that door at rh- oflHarper Weekly rCURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Gadd 1 STRONI kottl at n U or IS Again Is what Mrs StovallofTiItonQa loa said after akin iKodOI other weak women are reI t edy YOUmay b S well if you will take It Indigestion cause nearly the sick ness women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the 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 risingsbelchingheartburn and all disordersDigests What You Eat 11I1I nth kolely tut lilt all that rrr ra ae w Lak rtUrrefKOIXWIUC I uhlbZ HAYKi 1IIIIFI u RulestANNOUNCED VIA 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Brut Mon day In Mnrrli end Aiignut and continued three wefksnnd third Monday In Mny and Novvtnher two wrrk CourtJ I Miller Judge II H Iteg eetld7rtk UMI Itarnes Attorney Hartford airCntlrtrumenrs Ort Muniloy In each month Quarterly Court lleftlnii on the third Moniliij In JanuaryCourt In Jin nary Tuluy after netond Monday la October NoodNtlrPPynrlrtahoFrtuk School Huperlntendent Hartford Ilenh Dart Coroner Sulphur SpriCKi TuatlCBs CeuxtB MaylyU2fMxy2AugutUSurrmberlt T A rviiuK Fonlsvllln Jnnuary IB May 7 August 27 November S J A illcks ItnfordFebrnaryT May II AUR tlst 12 November 7 IlhUJ WUcoj Itorkport February 20 May 5 Anicnut 25 November 14 TLaztfordPeiSuCourtJn- oIiWIleunJudgr c K Smith City Attorney H I Ilarnett Marshal Court con veneii necond Monday In euibiuontb DzutcSl i Sunday each mouth at 11 am and 7 p m and second I Munday at 7 p m Iraysr meeting every Wednrs day evening Hev UTJMIllerrnitor nighbeforeand fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Hev J 11 Burnett paiitor C Y Church Services Ort Sunday In each month at It H m and 7 pm tier J TJ Mar ned paitor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn S T Stvveni O M llocker J H II Car ion Jon C Hile- ytItrvOlIOfllHowllo Holbrook Mayor H A Andrnon Clerk IlrMJ Wedding W 8 Tins y AC Taylor at L Heavrln T J Morton Councilmen SecretCocleUe A O U W meets drst sod third Friday tights In each month Hartford Lodge No a7a F A A Masons ant Monday night In each mouth Hartford Tent No Mi Knights of th e Union terra every Thursday night Rough Hirer LodgeNo 110 Kalghta of Pythl i meets every Tuesday night L Preston Morton Post No 4 O A It bold regular meetings Saturday beforeBrst Sunday In earh month i EVERYBODY III A A A11 IMUKC Trie ctomu WHMAtiiNw- A QUART rosc FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS rile Amtrtc n hann t lC ETaniTllleIud Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands theIRON MOUNTAINROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and free chair cars HomeneeKera ExcursIon- nrsC and third Tuesdays of pamphletsfolders tH C TOWHSEHDR TD MATTHEWS blIPeunnditl 11 PWfU1CJ- T LeUIS LeUnmr Wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get rid of your biliousness Sold f for 60 years tSitiSSZ DYE urn CT or Olpe11 A E L r am co siobti K a t a rc tb n s Hartford Republican c = I FRIDAY JULY 11 THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems II sea twtniiHon dollar stool L lfthe Illte1 Central fall I n aJ ai Gilboitsvillc Ky across tha Tennw e river ha been formally a to tnHir it rrrtfaresare te UsntiK the fa I il j Ii k Obtrrvat try in California 1 f ro lION have asked the I irt nilout tht militia at t i taid in fighting the aior Hasarw wvtimute of aic of tha school furrJ for e Yln a is ding June 30 1900 jI 799 It is probable that 1 mwvig the per capita will at more than three dollar tlr U F tisMi mack Sea squadron it I Iat C intenji owing to th- otanother mutiny may break- t Tir infwisonnnsntof the sal l i fKiias Potewkinehascaus atKii among the orevs oft us v allip 7 s i nderwood former County iiji of Barren county w- hoJtt some time ago under charges returned Monday nl rendered to the authorities j tsgw In default of 1000 Mil iv was committed to jailIr Tb State BoardIIf Equalization has completed its work for the present jvar and has certified to the Au it r of Public Accounts for collec tion taxes for State and county pur l rses aggregating 322244545 The increase in taxes over last year is 372443 Assistant Secretary Pierce has announced that the plenipotentiaries of Russia and Japan have agreed up on Portsmouth N H as the meet Ing place of the sessions to be held outside of Washington The ses sions will be held in the Govern ment navy yard at Portsmouth in the new building just completed there c 9TORIdLBe- an toehe Kind You Han Alxats BOyg- tJSituture 11 G1 RENDER July 11 S1 Lawshe traveling auditor for the I C R R of Lou isville was here last Wednesday Sam James Srwas in Hartford last Wednesday Otha and lr Robert Miller Taylor Mines were here last Thursday- C K Reneer C ntertn11as here lat Thursday Prof Shepherd Y ung and S F Howey Central City were here last rr lay Mr and Mrs c P Mines spent ust Saturday aiul S inday in South arrIItonJ told daughter went to He i ton last Saturday Mr and Mrs Scott Smith left for Have = ile last Sunday fora few y visit- t ias Carnal left for Herrin IlL IIWn r wife spent the day in HartI T Sunday Mi 1C M Hart returned home h r Louisville last Sunday after a 1 of throe weeks I Mr IT W It McDowell Central itr vvi the guest of Mr and Mm j IIOtact Sunday I K RhuadB of Kwer Dam was t IM a Ulllliy i liT llnsley was in Vntortown Tt K Lnmaitus returned to Mr 11 iN Deanfteld yesterday M Lbzif Mercer has returned r TV l ijtral City after a work I 1hQ P ter Olaton ill the I JC o her brother H W Peters I JuFarris of Martins Ferry Ohio let 11 business j Jivi goon Kchols was hereto lay Mis Lillie Film rt i visiting in- z a Central City and Bevier MrsJ W Tilford has returned from Prentis after a weeks visit F 0 Allen is on the sick list 150 Indianapolis ani Return 150 BIg Four Route Sunday July Kith Special train leaves 7th SL Union Depot Louisville Ky at S oclock a m returning train leaves Indianapolis Union Depot at 7 oclock p m Get tickets at city ticket office 2T Fourth Ave and at Depot S J GATES Genl Agt Ionte Christo Colt Show of the parties interested I have decided to change the date of the Monte Cnristo colt show at Centertown from the first Saturday in August to the first Saturday in Scntember 1P1 1 will give pre miums to two of the best Monte Chrit Volts fonled in the year Hlufi SIO to the first and i to the second best colt Judges to he seated on day of show F M Amt KN 52t2 Centertown Ky Call For Convention- At a meeting of the Republican committee of the Roekx rt Magisterial District held on July Il tOO it was ordered that a JIUIM conven tion for the purpose of nominating candidates for the office of Magistrate and Constable for said distrlctto be held at Uockport at 2 oclock p m n Saturday July 22 190 WILLIAM HAMILTON Chmn Dist Com A Handsome Catalog and Illus trated Journal Free Tile Bowling Green Business Uni versity and Southern Normal School will mail free to those requesting it handsome Catalog and illustrated Journal Write postal cardorletter stating course desired Address I1 H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky Greatly In Demand Nothing is more in demand than a medicine which meets modern re quirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomach and liver trou bles Try them At Z Wayne Griffin S Bros drug store guaran teed m Propram The 5th Sunday meeting of the Ohio County Baptist Association will meet with Woodwards Valley church July 29th at 10 a m 1 Devotional exercises and or ganization 2 The importance and objects of the 5th Sunday meetingJ H Bur nett and H P Brown 3 11 a m sermon by Jno T Casebier L Define the duties of deacons E W Coakley and G H Lawrence ii Duties of the church to her deacons and pastor L P Drake and L W Tichenor ti The importance of teaching and reading Baptist periodicals J N Jarnagan and James Stogner 7 830 Sunday morning devotional exercises S Song service in church work A B Tichenor and J P Miller p Mission work and spiritual de velopment 0 M Shultz and Jno T Casehier 10 The history of mission in bra zil E W Coakley 11 The means and agencies that God uses to evangelize the worldJ H Burnett and J P Sanderfur 12 11 a m sermon E W Coakley i3 Does the Lord except any church member from giving to missions if so who and how J P Millet and S T Stevens 14 Who should superintend and teach in Baptist Sunday schools L W Tichenor and James Bilbro 15 The duty of Baptist to union uvagelistic work general discus stun Everybody invited to be present and tale part JNO T CASEWEI H P BROWN Com 14P DRAKE CASTORIA1For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Hears the- 6lgaatnre Af SJj rfzT of St lT fC t t Special Excursion Train to LouIs- ville Ky A special excursion train will be I MidSummer 45 I i 8 8 r J SACRIFICE SALE I 41 P OF i i r w BR BLE GDOBhA 4 c AT 1s 1 Carson Cos v 1- i 8I i Hertford 1 i i Do You Wait r 5 for 11 10 for 11 15 for X111 2O1in 12 Ifsus dont fail to attend the grout mid suiinuer Sacrifice ulof liens Ladies and Childrens Wearing Apparel at arson it Vs Already got a Suit or Dress Well what of itLThere are weeks of delightful summer weather ahead and certainly another Suit or Dress wont he extravagance 4 5 Cant be at these prices Its an investment We tare going to convert the balance of our Spring and Summer 4 5 stock into cash We are going to hold a Ten Days Special Sale in order to slake a cleansweep Sale begins Saturday July 15th anti continues ten days Thirty pieces ol Scotch Lawns regular price 5c sale price He Ten pieces Lawn regular price 7c sale price lc Ten pieces of Lawn and foils regular price lOc sale price Oe Seven pieces Voils and Lawns regular price loV J sale price lOc Ten pieces Voils regular price 20c sale price I24c Prices on all solid Lawns white and colors lot and up We have all the desirable colors in the above lines nuns Underwear a great reduction IensfDrawers 25c sale lito Mens Shirts und Drawers ti 45otnplete13c fleas Socks regular price 25c fale price 1 Jc Ladies and Misses Hose will be soleIat the following low pries Mens WL Douglas rfjnlar Oxford twice 250 snit price 211 liens W L Douglas regular price 4 5 300 sale price 241 MenV 1V L Douglas regular price 550 sale price 298 Ladies Words regular price 4 5 150 sale price 111 4 5 Ladies Oxfords regular price 2rte price 148 Ladies Oxfords regular price 3 sale price 211 Chil hens 1 owcutll will he sold at a like reduction You cant aflbrd to miss this sale goodsQ4 5 aJ prices are strictly for cast or good Country Produce Now dont disappoint us by staying away but come and r secure some of these great bargains You will not be disappointed if you attend 6 9CARSON COMPANY f- Hartfi dBtuCkY A S2ass99999ws 9 999 990ar ia2 999992 run to Louisville Sunday July 23rd tickets on sale from Beaver Dam to Louisville and return for 175 returning on special train leaving Lou isville 4 p m July 25th j Tickets good only on special trains No half tickets sold or baggage I checked on these tickets S B VANMirrER ARtI Twice Widowed By Su Cidesi Mocon Mo July 10Henry SJlit ker forty years oldcommittedsui cide in the county jail last night by tearing his shirt into strips and hanging himself to the bars Recently he told the police that he was r commitIItedof jealousy Mrs Spiker is a middleaged woman At the inquest this morning j she said she will never murry again because men were so foolish I See denied having given either ht band real cause for jealousy sr Something Doing in Ohio County The work of the Y M C A is partstof many cannot result in anything but good for the betterment of Ohio county young men and boysII Work has been done at eleven differ points Recently four Sunday meetings were held for the men at different points where right living bible study and responsibility to ones 11IPirtle went to Taylor Mines Prof J Morton and D E Thomas went o Render E C House of Indiana spoke at Hartford and John T King land R Sidenus went to Marvins I ChapeL Not long ago five men went t from Hartford to Fordsville on alike mission These men went not for any self interest but fY that there are some that are willing to be used for Him A group of men meets every Sun at Hartford at 230 oclock to discuss things that are vital Last Sundays discussion was on Means of Grace All men are always welcome and spend a profitable hour What we expect to be the best gathering of the people in Ohio county will take place at the Y M C A rally at Sulphur Springs Mr G B Likens has had the program in charge and he has already secured Rev W G Archer of Chau tauqua fame for one of his Charac bje I aI11e t Hartford quartette will sing and orcestra will play and there will be special solos Next Sunday July IGth is the time and everybody is invited No more desirable place catfbe found for such ryi i SpringstSplendid Come and worships full day in Gods out of doors v good din ner can be procured at the hotel at reasonable rates by all w ro do not particulars Ky + The Ladies Auxilary of he Y M C A at Hartford will sit e a trip around the world next1 Tuesday July 17th in three hours BetweenSthe hours of 630 to 930 oclock you will be taken from the Grand Cen i tral Depot to Japan Ireland France Germany Sweeden and stepping at in Old Kentucky The Itdies are promising us many surprises and they say tho entire trip with refresh moots in each country will inly cost 1 25 cents a piece Souvenirs will be sold at each point Tickets can be procured from any of tl fair agents representing th new road S R I FJ 4 J v11 UiYYL 4 +