You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: n. Friday, August 11, 1905. The Hartford republican. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1905 hao1905081101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: n. Friday, August 11, 1905. The Hartford republican. Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. lt + + i rhlidt xr rF ewe L p y pr W F iYr2 a i F- i m t Jattf rh 1ttpublicau II Fine Job Wok a Specialty r1iiTIS NEW YOU WILL FINn IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year I VOL i iiiHARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 11 1905 No4 miOKFHEB Twelve Cases Passed Through j Kentucky I t All Became 111 After Leaving New Orleans Enroute NorthIm t1I eIburIrrrreRrr fITwelve people with fully develop eeleases of yellow fever passed through Kentucky on Tuesday after noon of August 3rd enroute north from New Orleans Those afflicted with the dread disease were in a special Iulhnam on the Illinois Central train from New Orleans to Louisville The coach had IJcInJ chartered by a party of New Orleans a people who were fleeing from the plague According to the conduct or all of the members of the jtarty had health certificates when they hoarded the train at New Orleans He stated that the cases developeds after they left New There were several Owensboro people on the train but they occu pied a coach some distance from the one occupied the party from New Orleansa Mr Ham Baker of Greenwood Miss was oil the train Before leaving the train at Horse Branch the conductor told Mr Baker and other gentlemen that twelve cases of yellow fever were in the rear coach He said that three of the eases were serious The conductor was in doubt about taking theI Pullman couch with the sick JHO o pie aboard into Louisville He thought that he would side track l the coach between Horse Branch and Louisville and get orders No pros reports have been received about this car carrying the patients with the plague which is at present demoralizing the far Southern States A Big Rally A large crowd gathered at an entertainment given by Centertown Lodge No 1 A Sof E at Rough River school house last Saturday evening It proved to be a profitable and most enjoyable entertainment ever held for the interest of the A I S of E The Centertown brass hand the wellknown string band under the leadership of Prof GrhSI by and the addresses made by our County President David Moreland 1 P Foster and others will be ref membered It was such a signal success that we long for the time to meet again Before we adjourned we received several applications fo membershipNocreek was represented in a body Also Central Grove and Matanzas were represented Far mer friends meet with your locals regular The fight is on Controled marketing will win A MKMIIKR t Nil The Stato Board of Health in or der to guard and protect the health and lives of the people of this State- oJVJ has issued a proclamation to all the City and County Boards of Health in this State directing that they take immediate steps to see that all nuisances and sources of diseases are removed that may be within their respective jurisdictions i In compliance with this order the N County Board of Health of Ohio county urges that all houses be 1 screened and barrels or other receptacles which areor may become breeding places for mosquitoes be coveredIt ordered by the Coun ty Board of Health that all backyards vaults closets unhealthful placs and sources of filth be thoroughly cleaned immediately In towns throughout the County an officer will visit and inspect allI 1 residences anu premises to see if this order is carried out and this will likewise be done in all other portions of the County wherever and whenever it be deemed advisable to do so by this board Complaints will be filed against any person failing to comply with this order send all persons who will fullv refuse to obey it will be prose cutedYellow fever is raging in IIIlInI States in the South and some of the cities of this State as well as in other States have quarantined against all infected districts The Federal government has been re quested to aid in the struggle to stamp it out and has assumed charge this effort Mosquitoes convey yellow fever and malaria and lliesI carry typhoid fever as well as many other domestic pestilencies It is important that our people adopt these suggestions By heeding them and obeying this order much need less sickness can IMS avoided and our death rate materially diminished order County Board of Health Ohio countyJ Y MIUKH ChmnI J W TAYIX Secy Graduates Positions The graduates of the Bowling Business University univer secure positions Write for information Mention course wanted Address H II Cherry Bowling Green Ky STUNG TO DEATH Was Thomas Hawkins by Bumble Bees in Daviess CountyI Owensboro Ky Aug 8 Thomas Hawkins fortyfive years of age death in a most horible manner on the farm of John Nave on the Leitchfield road at 21U oclock Monday afternoon He was stung to death by bumble bees his death resulting about fiveminutes utter the first bee stung himIA son of Hawkins was driving a team of mules to a mower in a fieldI and was cutting grass He ran into a bumble bees nest and in an instant the enraged bees were stinging theI boy nail the mules The boy screaming left the team and ran for the house His father come to the rescue of the team and was in the act of cutting the rearing and plungingI animals loose when the to sting him- Hawkins was stung all over theI body but especially on the face andI head He ran under a tree He lived only a few seconds after falling to the ground A physician was summoned hu the man had been dead some when he arrived Dr Hoover who was railed stated that the man died from the shock caused by the pain wasrperfectly black after his Farmers Club OrganizedI According to announcement Col I B Nail excommissioner of Agriculture lectured at the Court House Monday in the interest of the farm mers club A good crowd way in attendance and a strong club was organizedThe of the organization is to bring more closely together those interested in farming and to exchange ideas concerning the proper relation of crops and to discuss the best means of producing valuable crops with least wear or waste of the fertility of the soil The officers of the club organized are as follows S L Stevens Cromwell President C L Woodward Beaver Dam First Vice President John P Foster No Creek 2nd Vice President and Hon A B Tichenor Matanzas Secretary and Treasurer Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to treatment by Elys Cream Balm which is agreeablv aromatic It is received through the nostrils cleanses and heals the whole surface over which it diffuses itself Aremedy for Nasal Catarrh which is drying or exciting to the diseased membrane should not be used Cream Balm is recognized as a specific Price 50 cents at druggists or mail A cold in the head immediately disappears when Cream Balm is used Ely Brothers 56 Warren St Near York h A lOST BABYI More Than a Hundred Peopl- Join in the SearchI Was honnd About MidnightSIeep in the Woods A Mile Away From HomeI The people of Barretts Ferry Lin little village near Narrows were caused a good deal of anxiety and not a little excitement last Saturday night over the disappearance front its home of the twoyearold child Mr and Mrs Roy Coppage Mrst Coppage had gone to the pasture to milk the cows leaving the little one playing in the van and when returned no trace oft tht baby could be found When repeated callscal brought no response and the Immedi ate premises had been searched without result the neighbors were asked to join in the search As the hours of the night wore along the searching party grew in number until a hundred people were scouring the country for the lust child About midnight a farmers boy joined the party who said that early in the night he had heard a child crying in the woods near Rough river As the point indicated was ap proached the frantic parents wer relieved by the familiar bark of a litI dog that had disappeared with the child and rushing to the bank of the river the overjoyed mother found her little baby calmly sleeping The dog gave the evidence a dog could give of its ou joy over the finding of its littl chargeIt that Mrs Coppage had changed the milking place and the child having gone to the former milking place and not finding its mother there wanderedabout in ill directed search for her until we out it had gone to sleepJThe child was nearly a mile from home when foundIOnly a MaskIMany are not being benefited byI the summer vacation as they shouhl be Now notwithstanding muchI outdoor life they are little if any stronger than they were The tunI on their faces is darker and make- them look healthier but it is only a mask They are still nervous easily upset by trifles and they doI tnot eat nor sleep well What they need is what tones the nerves per fects digestion creates appetite and makes sleep refreshing and that i Hoods Sarsaparilla pupils and teachers generally will find the chief purpose of the vacation be subserv by this great medicine which as we know builds up the whole sys ten Uncle John Leisure Dead After a very remarkable career covering 62 years Uncle John Le isure died at his home in Hartford last Friday morning about 1130 oclock from the effects of a wound inflicted by a musket ball while he was serving in the Federal army more than forty years ago After funeral services comducted by Preston Morton Post G A R Rev J A Bennett delivering the funeral sermon his remains interred in the Patterson cemetery three miles east of Hartford Saturday morning at 10 oclock Mr Leisure was a member of 26th Kentucky infanty during the war of the rebellion and was in the great battle of Shiloh on April 6th and 7th 1862 where he was seriously wound ed and left on the battlefield for dead for three days He partly recovered from his injuries but no one even believed that he would have lived more than a few years and it was old wounds that finally caused his death Yellow Fever Foci The word focias used in dis patches from New Orleans regarding yellow fever which has caused agreat deal of inquiry and much concerned about itssignification means centers Rol of the disease It is the plural of the Latin word focus There maybe one 6r more cases in a focus Of I theefoci The fewer foci reported the better the indications are that the disease is under control- hZimmermanTaylor r Next Tuesday August 15 at 11 oclock a m Dr B F Zimmerman- of Louisville Kwill be united marriage to Miss Ella Taylor of Hartford The nutial rites which will take place at the home of the brides father Mr W H Taylor will be Rev W T Miller MissfTaylor is one of most popular and charming ladies while Dr Zimmerman is one of the le ding young physicians of Louisville a teacher of Theory and Practice in the Louisville Medi College TilE RKITBIJCAN joins a host of friends of these young people in wishing them a happy and blessful future HIRAM POWERS TRIAL The Famous Murder Case Began i Here Wednesday Morning I Powersecharget with the murder of Fitzhugh Renfrew the 31st day of last March was bean at 9 oclock Wednesday morning and will he completed to day rr1ne cash was stated for the Commonwealth by Commonwealths ofninelength I IThe evidence for the Commonwealth was practically all in by noon yestettlaVr Dr JH iMaxwell and William Park were the eye witnesses who were immediately near where bothrngave against the defendant telling practi cally the same story about the circumstances of the killing Several other witnesses gave important evidence for the prosecution I The statement of the case for the I defendant was reserved until the in troduction of evidence for the prosecution had been completed Then speechsgave the facts on which the defend ant would base his defense Self defense and insanity were the two i lines of defense set fourth by him Powers took the stand in his own behalf and testified at length in ass bright und intelligent way as any witness Other witnesses testified concerning some few p nor matters of defense but the bulk of evidence for the defendant consits of expert evidence to show the possibility of a mentally unbalanced man being able to conduct business affairs as Powers has always done SULPHUR SPRINGS Aug 6Miss Bessie Godsey Fordsville who has been the guest of Miss Artie Duff for several days returned home Monday Miss Mary H Wedding who has been at Sulpher Spring for the past week returned to her home in Hart ford Saturday Misses Minnie and Maggie Wed ding were the guests of Miss Verna Magan Saturday and Sunday Herbert Graham Narrows was in our vicinity Sunday C L Wedding went to the Chau tauqua Monday I Mrs Minnie Johnston was the guest of her motherMrs Rag White Saturday and Sunday I Rommey Acton was at Buck Mitchells Tuesday j Charlie Mills Magan was in our midst Sunday One of the nicest affairs of the season was a party given at Miss I Artie Duff sin honor of her visitor Miss Bessie Godsey Fordsville Sat urday night There is no doubt but that the crowd had an enjoyable time j r D Wltt Wnoli Hnl Salv F rPitas Burnt tor I t aAshl41rnV ire RUSSIAN MULBERRIES DIE Placed Close to Japanese Shrubs Two Wither and the Third is Slowly Dying ICui C Mr Barnett collector of at the port of Louisville tells a strange storyof three Russian mulberry trees and two Japanese flowering trees which stand in a row on one side of the driveway leading up to his residence here in HartfordThe were planted nearly two years ago and until the outbreakof the RussoJapanese war all of them had flourished and grown strong When war was declared in the Far East the Bussian mulberry next to the Japanese trees began to droop Its leaves lost their luster and some of them on the lower limbs grew pale around the edges When Port Arthur fell the tree passed into a sudden and irrevocable decline and within two weeks after this historic event it was quite dead The Japanese shrub next to it on the contrary waxed stronger and put forth new shoots A little later the second Russian mulberry tree began to wither During the bitter land campaign it stood sickly and yellow and when Mukden fell it too shed its untimely leaves and died Mr Barnett says that the third mulberry is now beginning to show the effects of the silent and myster ious influence that slew its two com panions He has obtained the servi ces of a scientist well versed in for estry who will make an investigation of the remarkable phenomenon When some of Mr Barnetts friends called his attention to that section qf the Federal statutes which forbids a government employe ex pressing an opinion on conflict between foreign powers he said- I cant help what nature is doing in my yard The fact remains that the Russian mulberries are now dead and that the Japanese trees are more robust than ever Ordinance of The City of Hartford Providing for the clearing of the sidewalks of weeds Etc The City Council of the City of Hartford Ohio county Ky do or dain as follows Sec 1 It shall be unlawful for the owner or agent of ground fronting on any of the streets or alleys of the city of Hartford to permit any weeds or other vegetable matter to grow or remain in or on the sidewalks or gutter of the street in front of his property Sec 2 It shall be the duty of City Marshal to give notice of the violation of this ordinance to the owner of the property or the agent if the property be in the hands of an agent and if after the expiration of five days the nuisance has not been abated said owner or agent shall be fined not less than 1 nor more than 5 for each additional day in same remains unabated Sec 3 All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved August 2 1905 ROWAN HOLBROOK Mayor Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk a GAS BELT EXCURSIONI Sunday August 13th Big Four Route To the Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves 7th Union Depot Louisville at 7 oclock a m Extremel y low round trip rates as follows 100IMarion 150- Tickets on sale at City Ticket office 23D4th Avenue and at Depot- S J GATES Genl Agt EnternterSchool Mention course wanted Send for catalog Address IL H Cherry E jwling Green Ky utrn CLEMENTINA M GONZALLEStOF AMERICA- RESTORED TO HEALTH PERUNA THE REMEDY i l r Mlsa Clementina Gonzalei Hotel 1ro Vlncla Guatemala O A in a recent letter from 247 Cleveland Ave Chicago 111 writes I took Peruna for M wornout COlI dltioo I was to run down that 1 could sot sleep at night had ao appetite mod left tired In the morning Ill tried many tonics but Peruna was the only thing which helped me In t the least After I had taken butm half bottle I felt much better I continued Its use forthree weeks mod I was com pletely restored to health mod was able to take up my studies wMafc Ihad been forced to drop Thenla nothing better then Peruna to build up the aster Clementina Ooatales Address The Pernna MedicIne Co of Columbus Ohio for InitruotiTe free literature on catarrh TUXES NOW DUET We have received the tax bookand are now ready to receipt you for your talesiPlease call at your earliest convenience and pay same I or one of my deputies will be at the following places on the date mentioned told you can save a trip to Hartford by being there- Baizetown Saturday August 19 Horse BranchSaturdayAugust 26 Rosine Tuesday September 5 Cromwell Tuesday August 29 Wysox Thursday August 24 Olaton Monday August 28 Shultztown September 9 Sulphur Springs Saturday August 5- Beda Saturday August 26 Buford Saturday August 19 Bells Run Monday August 14 Heflin Thursday August 24 Rockport August 19 Centertown August 26 Smallhouse August 25aCeralvo August 28 ti Point Pleasant Wednesday August 23- McHenry Saturday August 12 Fordsville Saturday August 19 every Saturday thereafter Narrows Thursday August 24 Deanfield August 29 Herbert Wednesday August 30 Shreve Tuesday September 5 Magan Thursday August 31 Ralph Friday September 1 You can pay your taxes at the Beaver Dam Bank Will be at Hartford everyday GAL P KEOWN Sheriff Ohio county Notice to Creditors- As assignee of L F Tappan of Beaver Dam Ky I will be at my law office in the town of heaver Damon Tuesday September the 12th 1905 to receive verified claims against said assigned estate D B RHOADS 2t4 Assignee of L F Tappan IiIIIJs s 84Ci a FAIR COMPANY i r 6- oat IIiInhl An All I 11 I 4IiI liii II 1I-g I ii I I IINI I iOnFriday and Saturday Morning August 18 and 19 Our Doors will Open the Unique Nine Cent Sale Which Will Continue for Two Days This will be one of the most interesting as well as one of the most satisfactory sales ever held in this city In many in stances the bargains border on the phenomenal and the offerings throughout will be thoroughly sensational 12Ac goods 20c goods and 25c goods will pay honor to this sale by havirg their prices cut down to the 9c level The chief feature of this sale will be its glorious 9c offerings Every advertised price every price carl in the store will be 9o We might expiate upon the usual opportunities of this sale with all the superlative adjectives in the dictionary buit is not necessary The crowds will be here + Aside from the almost phenomenal values at 9c this will be a satisfactory sale and every article you buy here will be guaranteed worthy dependable goods and we will refund the purchase price to any dissatisfied customer 8Read the items below youll find them interestingand come early Friday and Saturday mornings 1 Linen Napkins Jc Eacli Our entire line of 1ure Linen Nap kins that we sell regularly tin 10c12ic i tad laic each will be sacrificed on the ninecent altar Come buy now and secure a bargain No matter hOW II 0 you tar thorn only lKiiitY Underwear tWlI fortunate to fitly an entire line of Sample Underwearmany teat of them worth moiv than twice the gi amount asked for them Allof our lOc nil ofotn IFk and many of our II JOc ti9ctor e this situ J Fine White Goods foi9cI- CeI are goinar to close out our entire stock of Whit Goods to make room for a rand new Full Line Tim regular v V selling price ranges from IGc to SJocper a1 l UV 1111 POlt willJtH yard II goes nil l 9cl 11 i j lens Neckwear One joblot Mens Tcck Sea r1 Bows J II aural Silk llowingeml Stars worth in h value 2ni and HUc 11e moun to doe tout our entire lira of odds anl1emis in tr Ties as that fiill will find us with the j late t till market aillbitU To do this 1llee havo put them in this sale cot uh JP Si c 1J11y y 9c enough 9c ea II Glassware Preserve Stands tie Butter Dishes tie Glass Pitchers tie Pickle Dishes le Cake Stands Ie Salad Bowls He Lemon Squeezers Ie Sherbet Cups Ie Glass Vases tie Glass Mugs 0 He Tinware toll Dish Pans He N qt Milk Buckets tic gallon Galvanized Buckets 9c lgallon Coffee Pots Hc Tea Pots Ie Big Size Wash Pans Ie Iron Bread Pans Jc Covered Top Stew Puns e Tin Baking Puns Hc Tin Pudding Pans lc Wash Goods One Lot White Satin Striped Nain look 50 inches wide worth lfc a yard 9c 500 Yards White India Linen worth Ific pet yard in this sale only 9c 20 Pieces Fanc Lawns and Batiste our regular Hit quality on sale ic Yardwide Black aryl Colored Per calino Dress Linii p worth loc per yard at 9c One Lot 36inch Light and Dark Fancy Percales regular 12jc values at 9c Entire line A F C Ginghams worth lOc a- tDomestic 9c Department Choice of our Best Grade Prints in this NineCent Sale at 2 yards for S c- All Colors Chambray Bonnett and Dress Ginghams at Jc Choice of all Light 12ic Percales at this sale for 9c 20 Pieces Fine Yar1 wide Bleached Domestic cheap enough at 12ie on sale two daysfor only He 1 Lot Mill Lengths India Linens the regular loc sheer qualities on sale for two days at 9c 200 Yards 19inch Bleached and Un bleached Crash the kind that usually sells for lOc and 15conIsale for 1 Lot tine Mercerized former price 20c GinJhamsI lays c Hose Supporters 1 Lot Childrens Black SupportersOc 1 Lot Ladies Black Supporters lie 1 Let Mens Fancy Hose Support ers flc Handkerchiefs- Mens White Cambric Handkerchief 2 for 0 9c Mens White Cambric Handker chiefs for 9c 10 Doz PrinteU Pillowtop Hand kerchiefs 9c 2y Doz Ladies Swiss Kmbordered Handkerchiefs 9c Mens Turkey HII Handkerchiefs 2 for DC a Y rYwvr Notions Carters Ink1 for tie Carters Mucilage H for Hc Quart Bottle Blueing lc 1 Bottle Household Ammonia Ie Tooth Brushes tic Nail Brushes ge Toothpicks 2 boxes for Ic Large assorted Pin lint Pin Cabi net lc Hair Pins 2 for tie Nickelplated Match Boxes Ie Shawl Straps Je Bristle Hair Brushes 9e Wire Hair Brushes le Mens Large Coin Purses tie Childrens Coin Purses tie 2 Doz Agate Collar Button Ie Agate Buttons gross Ie Blacking Dauber 1c Shaving Brushes lc 12inch Whisk Brooms tie Rubber Hair Pins dozen tic Vood back Cloth Brushes He Good Pins 2 tic Horn Metal Back Combs lc Hard Rubber Combs J Hair liners 2 fo- rHome Jc Goods Gold Band China Plates itc 9inch Semi Porcelain Dinner Plates 9c Large Milk Goblets 2 for 9o Glass Syrup Stands nickel top 9c Large Claw Hammers 9c Feather Dusters each 9c Japanned Tin Cuspidors 9c Bread Toasters 9c Knife and Fork Box 9c Extra large Wash Basins Do Scalloped Cake Pans 9c 1qt Tin Pudding Pans 9c Extra large Pie Paris 2 for 9c Fruit Colanders 9c Screwdrivers 9c Potato Racks 9o Bread Knives 9c Rapid Potato Mashers 9c Wooden Rolling Pins 9c Granite Cooking Spoons 9c Nickelplated Trays 9c Steak Mawls 9c Doublebladed Mincing Knives 9c Palmetto Horse Brushes 9c Big size Curry Combs 9c Clothes Pins G doz for 9c Clothes Lines 50 feet for 9c Drinking Glasses 2 for 9c 11117 Bell shaped Tumblers tic Sherbet Glasses 9c Wall Towel Rings 9c geI10qt Milk Buckets 9c Crumb and Brush Tray 9c Milk Strainer 9c Loose Bottom Cako Pans 9c Monkey Wrenches 0 o 9c Rut fra 9c MI Trap 2 for 9c Granite Pudding Pans 9c Kithei Sets 9c Corn ami Brush Trays 9c Roller Towel Racks 9c Gloss Cake Stands 9c Teasepoons set 0 9c Lartt iizc Hatchet 0 9c HQSaltNight Lamps 9c- LanUi as 9c lAaiJICovered Tin Buckets 9c f fj K i5t Ribbons 20 Bolts No 40 Fancy Stripe Neck and Sash Ribbons per yard 9c 1 Lot No 5 Taffet Ribbon all shades at two yards for 9cI1 Lot Fancy Hair Ribbon Nos fl yardsfor9c FurnishingsCelluloid 9c Boys Linen Collars 9c I Mens Linen Collars J White Lawn String Tits doz Cuff Holders per pair J Sleeve Holders 2 pairs for 9cJ Rockford Socks Kc1 BargainsHereNinei Cent figure shines brightest A Cleanup of Summerweight and Broken Lines fancydesigns9c Ladies Drop Stitch Black 11Kregular 25c value kLadies White Cotton Hone our regular price loc now ti c Mens Fast Black Hose sizes 10 1O and 11150 values 9iIsale for DC Mens Plain Fancy Printed Hone our 20c values now 9c SpecialsWhite ltd inches wide our 12ic values for DC- i Pieces Fancy Figured Silkoline Drapery at this sale Do Fourfoot White or Brass Curtain Poles worth loc now DC Shoe DepartmentB- aby Moccasins te Shoe Polish 9c Extra large box Shinola 9c Unbleached Muslin 1 Bale Standard Unbleached Mus lin good quality regular tic grades only 10 yards to custo lI1er2 yards for 9c 10 Doz Huckaback Towels size 18x30 full threequarter linen each 9c 1 Lot Striped Linen Crash for DC SoapHollywood cakes in a box at DC Uncle Sams Toilet Soapbox DC Violet Bouquet Toilet Soap 9c Ramons Bouquet Toilet Soap box9c Lanoline Soap 9c Sweetheart Toilet Soap 9c Embroideries and Laces 100 Pieces Fine Quality Embroid eries from 3 to 10 inches wide our regular lOc loc 20c and 2uc values on sale for only two days for De 1 Lot Dress Braidsour former price being 25cfor two days only 9c 25 pieces Muslin Insertion to match above emboideries for merprioe 10c and 15c now DC i- I iiii l Mens Suspenders iIn dozen Moils goolequality nice it Elastic Web Suspendcra full length The kind Unit any store charges you i2h IIUe I5l for Ollly5 dozen on Ijtlii sale Io make a general clean up tin lot goes at 9c I 1 L Ii ga111SlA gnind collection of Towels in Q ugadand hemned ends plain white X and craved holders Regular values V are 12Jc Ific and 20e oOdoc pairs in this rut Hotter hay IIW Thuj go without reserve at each 9c V I 9 Cent Hosiery Special 2n dozen Ladies extra good weight 1iM 1 fin oOgange two ply lisle sputautton brilliant finish Specialfeature of this iStocking is tho extra double solo J spliced ankle double heel lord highI making them unexcelled fur Fulllength leg elastic welt top boli v regularly everywhere for 25u Limit one pith to fcustomor For Friday and Saturday at 9c sII Nine Cent Ribbons el1 I Allof our regular lOo Ribbons all l1q our regular 12ie Ribbons nIlof our t loc Ribbons and many of our 20c Rib 0Ibons will bo put in ono lot and sacrificed Per yd 9C- Iltd Y u HAUNTED TUNNEL Where Trainmen Hear Agonizing k Groans and Strange Noises Persons living along the line of Clinch Vallye lxterulonllf the Norfolk and Western Railway in South + ern Virginia and across the line in J Kentucky are wrought up over unnc11whichfrom the Kentucky border Accord ing to a reliable Virginian in Wash ington who has recently visited that t section Norfolk and Western train men have recently witnessed orI I heard ghostly demonstrations Per sons living in the neighborhood of th tunnel have for years asserted that it was haunted e n1Itunnel and 1111of them including Conductor It H Galloway and En gineer Rube Kerns aro satisfied that there is some sort of occupant of th tunnel and they call it a ghost Within the last two years the railroad men have heard a great deal residents near the tunnel concerning strange sounds hairraising noises proceeding from the tunnel but the gossip caused little attention On the afternoon of July 17 a freight train in charge of Conductor ialloway and Kngineer Kerns stopper just as the rear caboose clearer the tunnel John Peery of Tazewell county the fireman hasten buck in to the tunnel to protect the train from collision Ieery did not stay in the hole long I0 und when he reached the train at y a the entrance he declared he had heard sounds in there which no hu noun being could stand He had the apj earance of a man badly scared and Galloway and Kerns returned into the tunnel with him When they reached the point where Ieery said he had heard the sounds that harlrnttlLd him the trio 0 tollpeNiAccording to all three of them r1 tthey did not have to wait long to hear The men say they never hear such groans as proceeded from the side of the tunell which is brick 11 The voice they sijy was that of a man in anglish The men felt chills coursing each one down their spines Fnally Captain Galloway de manded t V What do you want tit Remove that awful waight front my body slid the voice which seemed to come from the solid walls of brick It was a minute before the men could whisper a words to each other Then the voice cried They are drinking my blood The trainmen could stand it no longer and hurried back to their b ji train after examining the walls of the tunnell because they thought also cane to them that some wag had found a hiding place and was 4 playing a practical joke There was not a break in the brick which lined the sides and the top of the tunnel Three men have lost their lives in this tunnel Captain Jud halt who assisted in arching the tunnel about two years ago maintains that it is hauntedor at least that sounds may be heard in the tunnel which are not tniseeptiable explosion A number of trainsmen are making ar rangements to investigate the story further The story that the three trainmen relate is generally credo ited 0 i It Was Wooden htluao Inter Orrnu Women shrieked one of them fainted pedestrians were horrified yesterday afternoon when a west j bound Sixtythird street electric car serverwl the left foot of George Ad Iomsom a newsboy at Sixty Third J street and Wentworth avenue- S Gee whiz Adamson smilingly said as he drew up his trouser leg- that surely was a close call- Aj close call repeated the dum founded street car conductor Run for the doctor shouted one p itofthe onlookers some water suggested IIBringgwan Wots the matter youse spoke up the victim of the accident There aint nothing X the matter with me land with that he lifted his trouser leg revealing I the splinteredend of a wooded ankle Oeeth to Plant a Tree As to the dept to plant a tree 1 I The Toilers jta Ou I FactoriesNo workmen in the world can do to much or use the same Intelligence that our own American workmen and women are capa whyAmlfica the world in manufac tured all due to the brain and muscle of o Yankee men womenUnfortunately where there la smoke dirt and dual and little sunlight there also can be found the germs of disease Natures great disinfec tant is sunlight It ia in the factory the work shop the office that men and women suffer from diseases which a In the dust and the ha air Such diaeaae enter into the blood In two ways either through the lungs or stomach After years of experi pratire of Hoflalo N Y discovered a remedy bundeesame a salted it Dr Pierce Golden Medical ni covery an alterative extract that sails a In the digestion and assimilation of the nfIO that the blood gets its element from the products of digestion the liver at the same time started into activity and there II perfect elimination of waite mater The germs of grip malaria catarrh or consumption find a utile field if the body is not kept in perfect order and the blood pure Because tits stomach is diseased there eis a diminution of the red corpuscles of the blood This is why one ia sleepless languid nervous and irritable Sensitive stomachs groan aloud at the irritating cod liver oils but they will get all the food elements the tissue require by using the DiscoveryThe a non alcoholic andnon narcotic medicine goodIbe atin p i says Suburban Life it seems to be the general idea that the future prosperity of the tree is proportion ute to the depth and ffrmness with which it is placed in tits ground and the percentage that plant too shallow is almost too insignificant to be worth considering for the sinning is all in the opposite direction Look for the mark made by the earth on the trunk of the tree when it atom- ill the nursery and going by that although it may seem shallow to you you will make no mistake The roots want warmth light and moist ure such as they receive when plac ed properly but when he meticaly sealed two to three feet in the ground it is impossible to develop any vigerous root action while contending against the terribly hand icpaping conditions Give your tree plenty of feeling ground plenty of Rood fibrous earth and if the place of planting is not naturally suitable dig it out deep and put in what is needed Doafnoss Cannot bo Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of th ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear- Ing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases our of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of them cous surface We will offer One Hundred Do 1 lars for any case of Deafnesscuu- ss eat catarrh I that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggist 75c Take Hulls Family Pills for constipation m Unavoidably Detaine- dJudgeYou are sentenced to 20 years in states prison Have yo anything to say Prisoner Yes Your Honor Wi you please send word to my wife not to wait dinner for me Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell imita tions of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicine thereby defraud ing the public This is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to profit through stealing the reputation of remedies which have been successfully curing disease for over 35 years Asure protection to you is our name on the wrapper Look for it on all Dr Kings or Bucklins remedies as all other are mere imitations H E Bucklin Co Chicago Ill and Windsor Canada Z Wayne Griffin Bro CAa TORrADean theThe hd Yam Have Always Bou Bigaitnw Llrl-i d rRETIRED PRESIDFNTS Only Ten Haved Lived longer ThanMr Cleveland After Leaving OftIce aOnly ten men who have held tin office of President reached or surI passed Mr Clevelands present ag of sixtyeight only six exceeded it by so much as ten years and non e exceeded it by quite twenty years Only ten Presidents hav survived their rotirement from otlice longer than Mr Cleveland and four of these lived to a great age says tit New York Sun Washington survived his retirement less than three years though himself an old man when he was first made President at the age of fiftyseven John Adams survived his retirement quarter of a century and his son John Quincy who outlived his retirement nearly twenty years was the only President who had nearly as conspicuous a public carreer after occupying the presidency as before Monroes six year after his retire ment from ollice were passed in com parative obscurity as a resident of this city and his dying hours were embittered by scandalous accusations connection with Jacksons seizure Spanish forts in Florida during the first Seminole war Polk out lived his retirement less than a yea and there is every reason to suppose that had Arthur composed his ambi tion of an election to the presidency in 1884 he would have died early in Iris term for he outlived his retire ment less than two years Tyler who outlived his retirement twenty years emerged from obscu tity near the end of his life to preside over the vain peace convention 1on the eve of the Civil War He afterwards served in the Congress of Confederate States Buchanan lived more than seven years after his retirement and took the oppostunity to write what was in effect a defense of his Ad ministration Jefferson and Jackson were the only President who exercised a real ly powerful influence over party councils after their permanent re tirememt from public office though Van Buren was an active politician as long as he had hope of renomina tion at the hands of any party Johnston was the only retired Presi dent to enter the United states Senate and the younger Adams was thee only one to serve in the House of RepresentativesCleveland Harrison have been the onlv retired Presidents to bo conspicuously successful in private business It is not generally known that Cleveland still serves as consult ing council in law cases in which his experience in the office of Presi dent may be supposed to have given him special qualification asan advis er His fees in such cases are large as were those of Mr Harrison as a legal adviser and a lecturer on constitutional law Grave Trouble Foreseen It needs but title foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badly effected grave trouble is ahead unless you take the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs John A Young of Clay N Y did She says I had neuralgia of the liver and stomach my heart was weakened and I could not eat I was very bad for a long time but in Electric bitters I found just what I needed for they quickly relieved lJand cured me II Best medicine for guaranteeIIgist at f0c a battle- Breaking it Gently- A young man married against j the will of his parents and in telli a friend how to break the news tiJ them he said Tell them first that I am dead and then gently work up to the climax II We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor jI newi I I 4b4ItlrariStrett New Yak Sue sadtooi tlldrogfhu A IMODERN SODOMS Vice of The Most Stifling Type Runs Riot in Every City I There is no question but that our large cities are becoming modern So odoms and that vice and sin in all its hidious forms are only concealed from the public by the officials sworn to enforce the law protecting those 1who break it We get u glimpse of the hidiousness of city life and the crime and vice that hidden from thee public gaze only when a reform wave sweeps over one of our great cities and the officers do their duty in or der to hold their positons Such a condition exists in Philadelphia that righteous and Golly city of the Quu ker descendants Only the oth er day public sentiment got so strong that the police raided all the bad houses in the city and took in cuotody the inmates In this raid 105 resorts were entered and 558 were captured A Philadelphia pa per published the following account of the raid There were men and women whose names adorn the Blue book of society who are well known figures in Newport New York and Paris and who had to use all their finesse and influence to keep their highly respected names from being- r trailed in the mire That there will come an aftermath of divorce and scandal few who are cognizant of the fact can doubt Of the r63 prisoners taken more than 400 arc still in jail They con sist of clubmen lawyers buiness men whose names are known throughout the city sports and high flyers young scions of society from the Georgetown section and in some instances their sisters and cousins and their aunts Since the raid there has been a struggle to obtain bail and to cover up scandals Absolutely no mercy was shown Rich and poor old off endets and young were scooped up in the same net and carried away to jail The police were frank in their brutality They realized that they were killing their own graft and the incidental slaughter of half a hundred fine old Quaker reputations were meat and drink to them It was a curious sight to men of wealth and influence in the city walk ing up to the Magistrates Court to proffer bail for relatives or friends caught in the raid In not a single instance did the men or woman prisoners of good repute give their real names As is always the case in a raid the woman got by far the hardest treatment A man of promi nence would be called to the bar only to give a fictitious name and fade way with a 10 tine In every instance the woman no matter of what family or reputation was looked upon as an inmate and fined 800 In nine cases out of ten there was no bail forthcoming and the better ones were led weeping back to their cells Many of them were of good families many were married map were visitors to the city Pleasantly Effective Never in the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and nevus foiling in results pre DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous little pills are a certain guarantee against headache biliousness torpid liver and all of the ills resulting from constipation They I strengthen the liver Cure JlLlm1 dice Sold by Z Wayne Bro I A Diplomat Dear old Henry 1 I am glad he is is so fortunate I How fortunate Why he just told me that marri age was the grandest institution on earth Yes I heard him but didnt you notice that his wife was present Dangerous a Uncertain ForSunburn tetter and all skin and scalp disease DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has no equal It is a certain cure for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles It will draw the fire out of a burn and heal without leaving n scar Roils old sores I carbuncles etc are quickly cured by the use of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Accept no sub stitute as they are often dangerous and uncertain Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro i A gelable Preparation forAs I ngtheStomachsnmBowelsof similating IhcFoodandRcguIa IPromolesnor i NOT NARCOTIC aluJ1rtlNfLTmrHJR 1JU forConsUp1non Worms Convulsions Fewnsh ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signolure or NEW YORK LEXACT COPY OF WRAPPER J For and t If s of I It 1 otavauaersav 11NIT9 My1 0 1 j The of the Age Why nllirc thllIb K of IIllbg dean All utriUw eau bv rurril by nurKlcul operation but you would rather have PItenrrd wlthnnt th knltr IIARII1S1 POHITIVK 1IIE cum dolt Made only by th- J IdtrhtlelclIbariiiHciil Co lUt1 For ale by H Hartford Ky 0 0 A BUSINESS uecewary the man or young woumu who w mM win success ill lite This being conceder it ia of first tniporance to oCI your truiuioi at the schools that stand lire very trout epeakt i111I his line for a beautiful book giving Iron graduates inuiiiniis till wr the United be mailed t you FREE iiien H IlhIf HlIlpI can enter at any tin- E J 1 luuiy pei to1 Ak your dealer sal IniUi on our fomit If you can not utfein then will hlp arras IffJlI upon re of riceceipt i IXJH T FAIL 111 UIo hook of rtftJy nJ afI 101IIIrerened In newt of U pugf em le J STEVENS ARMS 6 TOOL CO Poecmcorcu FALL MASSUSA TIlE REPUBLICAN is to do lob In a first t CASTORIA Infants Children r The Kind You Have f Alway Jght BearsS Signature c 1 Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TNs row o MMMMOMr1NMHM Harris Positive Pile Cure Biggest Seller IlreaueeItcnrrromplelynodntones It t can will tJWILLIAMS EDUCATIONI absolutely to yuaag in roil- lkBRYANT STRATTON Business College KyBOOKKEEPINGSHORTHAND Write TYPEWRITING ifMitnnumlR occupying promioeat ILteRLwill Sterolf WRIGHT President IA prepared your Printing class manner Low One Wally Colonist Rates VI7 Big Four Route To CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO MONTANA UTAH And intcrmcdlntc tcrrlfOty TIcUetM on Mole Mcli I to May IB For full information and partial lars as to rates tickets etc can on agents Big Four Route or ad dress tho undersigned ruwlsJ 1 YHIllJ P A T A Clnclu atl ski H 1 OATKK knead Agen- tLonlrllie Ky Hodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat +++++++++++++++H++++++ 1G4 +4++tI FEMACURA I + Jinny rrmsdiee for K IUUH Hl rmir on the market hot tin only out that bUIrovn to barn alunliitf nil punltlre rare lur nil formic Female Tillable FEMACURA A pints trial will convince the mOlt fkrptkHl of Ita almost IIiracoloui cnrntlrr Kivrrri lad tbtLIHTCIIFIKM IlIAllMACALCO I Inn iJsitsM++ + F+++++++Mi ++ FFF I44 fatf3I Yt 48Yb4 kii C r t hu in nC s s r Hartford Republican hne4 bjr the HortforO rubllhingCnmpnyI- McokPfRAD C E NMIT1I Edlt- orxsnypsctzEa CUIn bzlncS3203Q- UCh 1vr2FRIDAY AUGUST 11 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR HEPHESEXTATIVB CHARLES C BEARD KOK COUNTY JKIHIK W B TAYLOR FOR COUSTY COURT CIKIIK- V S TINSLEY FOR COUNTY ATTOUSUV- K M WOODWARD JOlt SHEKIKF R B MARTIN FOR JAIIKIt OSCAR MIDRIFF SUIKRISTBXWJXT OF MIIIOOI JAMES M DEWEESK ran ASSESSOH SAM W LEACH FOil SURVEYOK NATHANIEL MOXLEY i Jolt COKOXEK JEROME ALLEN i FOR MAGISTRATE RnrrxrS frumwrll Ulttlet111 I J NRlphurprlnitrtel1141hnn- t 4 KordxTlIlt Dhtrlrt Sum 6dRr t I Unfold lilntrlct Ilin S ChamlwrlHlti 5 Ontfrtimn DUtrlrt llerlwrt Krniler 7 llorkport I l trlct John elute v FOR CONSTABLE 1 IIlIrtlurlll1trlctJ II IinnlH Yonmci lllklllI4 Kurdirllle HUtrkt E Ilrdiliu- B llulord IlltrlctIt L WwtvrlMil C ivntertovn DUtrlct W 11 Hill 7 llntfcport IlIotrldJHwClnrk Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us THERE is still some mystery about what Mrs Chadwick did with that 2000000 A SUIERIOR line of bluffs are being handed out at both Tokio and St Petersburg A GREAT opportunity is now af forded 11 Witte and it is reported that he is a great statesman IN all probability Russia would be willing to pay 1000000000 for peace if it would insure quietude at home IT is reported that a wild man hasI been captured in New Jersey The bathing costumes probably frighten ed him out of the woods THIRTYTHREE Smiths were regis tered at one hotel the other day in Detroit They probably came to town to show the Johnsons THE greatest stimulus to Clerks in the Navy Department is the order made by the Secretary to the effect that no one should dun them during office hours INDICATIONS arenowthat Japan will be liberal about peace terms She has signified her intention to let the Czar retain all his old clothes and a few family relics THERE is no necessity for produc ing proof to show that the Kansas judge who refused to issue an in junction to prevent a jack from braying is an ardent supporter of Col W J Bryan It is reported that an Indiana man is trying to prove that George Wash ington was a fisherman If that claim is established the hatchet story will have to be withdrawn It does not fit a fisherman WILL the Hartford Herald please repeat now what it had to say rela tive to the third term in office and the Democratic partys opposition to it when Judge Owen was a candidate I for the nomination for the third term If it was right then why not now We have the kindliest feel ing for our contemporary but an explanation is due its readers hence this inquiry THE Louisville Herald Kentuckys leading Republican daily newspaper edited by Mr Geo A Newman Jr one of the very best practical news paper men of the State and a schol arly gentleman of the highest type in commenting on TILE REPUBLIC ANs past career and the successful completion of its seventeenth year says We earnestly compliment THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN on the completion of the seventeenth year ofa career at once useful and hon orable TilE REPUBLICAN is honest reliable painstaking and faithful to the people of Ohio and adjacent counties to and for whom it speaks The paper has grown from a five column folio to a sixcolumn quarto It has a large circulation Mr C E Smitheditor of THE REPUBLICAN is a cleanhonorabletrustworthy news paper man commanding the respect of his townsmen We wish him unbounded success in the fine work for which he has shown such admirable fitness We acknowledge with the highest appreciation the Heralds kind words of approbation Its splendid compliment of your editor and his work is most gratefully re ceived RENDER Aug SJas Stevens of Central City was the guest of his son Simon last Wednesday- Dr and Mrs H B Innis and daughter Miss Gladys were in Beaver Dam last Wednesday Joe Bennett of Beda was here last Wednesday Miss Pearlie Warren went to Ro sine last Thursday- J H Brown Central City was here last Thursday Mack Dowell and Miss Frances Fillmore were in Hartford last Fri dayEd Mossbarger of Louisville was here last Saturday Mrs W M Harrison went to Horton last Saturday Several from here attended the speaking of Gov Bob Taylor at Central City last Saturday Miss Lucy Doss went to Central City last Sunday Mrs Geo Edwardswent to Horton last Sunday Several from here attended Rev W D Coxs meeting in Rosine last SundayEd Taylor Mines was here last Sunday Hilas Bosket and Geo W Baize were in Hartford yesterday W D McElhinney of Central City was here yesterday Misses Lucye James and Madie Engleby left yesterday for a two weeks stay at Diamond Springs Miss Daisy Allen returned to her home in Evansville yesterday after visiting he brother F 0 Allen for the past 2 weeks Simon Jones was in Hartford to dayNicholas Barrass Sr of Taylor Mines was here today Jno S Spence is spending his vacation in Dayton Chatanooga and Nashville Tenn Mrs George T Tinsley and son Wayne are visiting at Centertown Miss Eddie Roll is visiting relatives in Central City S S Hoover of Louisville was here today Mrs McDowell Fair has returned from Lincoln county after a visit of four weeks Jno F Hocker went to Central City today Mr and Mrs K M Hart are visiting in Beda 1aSMALLHOUS Aug 7Mrs Nevada Curtis died at her home near Ceralvo July 81 of typhoid fever She was the daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Sylvester Faught She leaves a husband two little sons Odus and Earl her mother one sis ter three brother her aged grand mother and a host of friends to mourn her loss She was married to Mr Ed Curtis May 24 1898 Af ter funeral service by Rev G H Lawrence her remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground beside her father and little daugh terMrs T It Barnard and daughter Livermore are the guests of her Liver and KidneysI- t Is highly Important that these organs should properly perform their functions When they dont what lameness of the tide and back what yellowness of the skin what constipation bad taste In the mouth sick headache pimples and blotches and loss of courage tell the story The great alterative and to- nicHoodsSarsaparila Gives these organs vigor and tone for tbe proper performance of their functions and cures all their ordinary aliments Take ltd r I Itllltltis Ayers Dont try cheap cough medi AyersCherry I record it has sixty years of Cherryf Pectoralcur- es Ask your doctor if he doesnt use it for coughs colds bronchitis and all- throat and lung troubles I bare found that Ayer Cherry pectont It the bit medicine I run mcrlb for chltll Influx ni cough ami hard Bold roniM IxiMANMI ItbaaN T i2eNc Io 01 C ATRR CO j All iSSSiimmm for wJSi- SlUIilBronchitis Correct any tendency to constipa tion with small doses n n n n nnparents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton j this week j Sam Morton accompanied by his daughter Mrs T R Barnard went ThundayI railroad are I ne began teach j ing his school at Hickory Hill last j MondayC I Hunter began his school at Browns Monday I Mrs Oppie Kittinger and Miss Debbie Taylor have gone to Owens boro today to attend the Chautau qua They will return Sunday The quarterly meeting here has been postponed till the second Sun day in this month l Rev G H Lawrence was called from the Masonic lecture at Central City to preach the funeral sermon of Miss Marg Fulkerson who diedat her home near Ceralvo August 5th i age 73 years She was a consistent member of the Smallhous Baptist churchMessrs J It Hunter S T Hunter W C and 0 W Overhults and Mesdames S T Hunter J It Hun ter and Misses Ethel Hunter and Ida Barnard attended the funeral and burial of Miss Marg Fulkerson I at Ceralvo Monday Mr and Mrs J C Bennett have rented a house at Hartford and will move to the same soon and remain ten months to send their sons Harry Roy and John to school Mr and Mrs S J Hawkins wer the guests of Mrs Zack Reid Satur day and Sunday Chester Lindley Miitanzas was in our midst Sunday Rev C D Stevens Hartford will preach at the Smallhous Baptist church Wednesday night August IIi CENTERTOWN- Aug HJ A Stogner Central City is here visiting his father J B Stogner Mrs T H Benton son and daughter are visiting relatives in Muhlen burg county Miss Bertha Drake Island Ky after a short visit to her father Rev L P Drake has returned to her home Mahlon Benton and Miss Ira Shown of Beda visited the family of H H Davis last Sunday Mrs Alvin Rowe is visiting at Dawson Springs this week- S R James and family have mov ed from Livermore to their home hereJ S Dexter and daughter Madie Vincent are visiting S D Myers near Render Ky Bertie Rowe is on the sick list E H James is slowly recovering from his recent illness- E E Rhoads was in Owenshoro this week on business- H H Davis went to Cromwell last week on legal business Mr Ollie Haskins and Miss Lillie Hill were quietly married at the home of the bride on Church street the 2nd ins- tlOur band boys contemplate at the picnic at Heflin next Saturday IFallSession j opens September Adidress Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business University HowlingI Green Ky Telegraphy Send for special catalog of the National School of Telegraphy Every I worthy graduate secures a position BowlingI I THE LATEST NEWS l Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems I The annual joint conference of miners and mine operators of East ern Kentucky and Tennessee is being held at Knoxville The contract for the construction of the new Kentucky Capitol was awarded by the State Commission at Frankfort Wednesday to the Gener al Supply and Construction Company of New York The contract price is 880000 and a bond of 225 000 is to be executed for the completion of the work within two years from the date the contract is signed i The building is to be of stone from the Bedford Ind quarries with a base of granite U R 1An increase in the number of new cases of fever was reported from New Orleans Wednesday night A large number of new subfoci were also discovered The disease seems j to have a firm hold only below C malI street however Augmented Iin investigation is alleged to he the cause of the apparently character of yestertlll unfaorableI The work of fighting now entirely under the controlof the United States Marine Hospital Service By the collapsing of a big depart ment store building at Albany N Y Tuesday morning it is esti mated that from twenty to thirty persons lost their lives The catas trophe appears to have been imme diately precipitated by the sawingof a wooden floor beam which caused the central pillar of the structure to give way Over a hundred per sons were caught in the debris and after twelve hours work of rescuers it was estimated that half the number still remained in the ruins The landing of the Japanese and Russian peace envoys at Portsmouth N II Tuesday was replete with ceremonies and attracted thousands of people to Portsmouth although thennavygramme was carried out without the I slightest interruption No one ex COUIIe cil and a party of wits mitted to the ceremonies at the court house The first business meeting of the envoys was held Wednesday I License to Wed I The folliwing permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk 11 S Ragland since our last report Robert Miller Fordsville age 19 years to Dora Holderman Fordsville age Ifi years Joseph W Phipps Marion Ind age 2S years to Maude Hudson Beaver Dam age 2l years To Consumptives- The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means af ter suffering for several yeas with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx ious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully 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 it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 32yr LOOK HERE For sale or tradeCorn Shredder and Engine eight horse power in good shape Price S350 C W MORGAN Maxwell Ky EPBARNESBRO jJ J rStovesII I V The most essential to MitUfactory llntlsekeepiligIis something to cook and an O Kook Stove to cook it on Its a pleasure to got a meal on CillOIof till O K Jewels TIll hacks lust live years All the Lire box linings will last much longer than any other stake of stove lnsV to and an ornament to your kittohllII r t G I iRiUS dont you agree to many any man 3k + i until he promises to buy for your kitchen an OItK make of Stove Os K STOVES AND RRNGES BLW8Y8 INOTGK I Wagons WagoDJfThe hauling season is here and manyof you will Hud yourselves confronted with the necessityti w r of buying a new wagon We are in a position to serve you well in this line Having nil sixes in Low and High Wheels of the Old Hickory und Tennessee Wagons If you are in lIltlof a WugIon or Buggy tome to see us We will certainly rnake it interesting for you I Beaver Dam Ky t I VVllieVl7 u tt i t I LONG COMPANYS i 1 I rr4 c t I 4 SPECIALS FOR 1 Friday and Saturday 9IAugust 18th and 19th I I 9PJ Choice of too Shirts 8Si each r0c 7fic anti 100 bt t values bt I 49 bt J Choice of 100 pair of Shoes 100 per pair No 9f4 fake See them O i 1All Canvass Shoes at cost Now is the time jj I btCigOne 4 lot Ladies and Childrens Slipper choico 50c t1I44 Straw Hat in our house for 25c each 50c jf 41 1 and 125 valued b t 41Fiftypair Mens and Boys Pants at half price SJ r 4 bargains herea9 a rC1 One i4One lot lOc Lawns sale price Oe f Any Gingham in house 81c beautiful patterns on bt f11 111nbit +44 Dont bt = overlook this Pt4 One lot 15c Ribbon all colors for tOe only on 9 49 Friday and Saturday August 18th and 19th1ou 9tare the loosers if you dont look over tho bargain 1 47 counters the above lutes mentionedtf1 tI iAt eCONOMY STORE = 49Hartford Kentuckyts i i i ariford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST Hi Illinois Contra RallrondTlm Table i Nnrlli Iliiiinil- i Siiillli llniinit- NdTlI 192 ritn 407 n in ilil llsl nln No 1LIoItaOpm Xnlllllnr 61pII 0n10dueapm SUIluP n u T NOTHIfTIIK imilltlMAN will prim Irrp nl rlinrct Mriiinry Nnllrro Obllunrlr ReIMOaa r trnprrl tntill rxlrui ol ISO word Al mrr Hint mminnl errhartlrlorIlh rnlr il Ir prr word ratt In Hclvmirr j Arllrlm In rarr0I ino wardl will henit down lu required llnili iiiilnmj1A MunryIrust wllli miuni rrlil Io rlry Ir n word in errry InnlHiir Mr E V Wilson Prent called to see us Tuesday Burial Caskets for wile by I1 L II11Vol Ccralvo Ky 12U2- Ksq W P Render MuWnzas call ed to see us Monday Mr IL A Rabbit FordsviUe call d to sell UK Tuesday Try that VeKeUiblij Soup at City e Restaurant So good City Restaurant for Ice Cream and all kinds of Cool Drinks Mr S A Bratcher Matnnaw WIIH nleasant caller Monday Mr J S Dexter Centertowneall id to see us Wednesday Bring your EKKS Feather and Chickens to Carson Co Sausage Crackers ants rakes at City Restaurant 1- r Mr John Allen Beaver Dam was n pleasant culler Monday Come to Carton Co for Summer Clothing at reduced prices Mr G A Ralph Magan was a pleasant caller last Friday Mr G W Bennett Smallhous was a pleasant caller Tuesday Mr J A Cheek Fordsville way I very pleasant caller last Friday I We have a goad lot of Gents ShirtinKS and Percals CARSON Co Mr R C JarniRan Roxey called at TUB RKPUWJCAN ollice Monday Mr T F Johnston Sulphur I Springs was a pleasant caller Tues s0ally I If you owe us why not bring it along when you come to court next WlHk For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business Colleiee apply at this office City Restaurant will be loaded with good things during Circuit t Court Esq C L Woodward Beaver Dam wasa very pleasant caller 4 r Monday Notice the reduction that we are making on our Low Cut Shoes CARSON Co My isnt that Fresh Fish at City Restaurant fine Mackinaw Trout Try it Remember that our reduction on Lawns and Organdies continues until August 1 CARSON Cot Mr J E Curtis of the West Hartford neighborhood called to see us TuesdayII Mr C C Beard Republican nom 4 t foee for Representative was a veryI pleasant caller Tuesday See our line of 160 Shoes Ladies from the Peters Shoe Co a Economy Store LONG Co If you want Lawn Dress Goods at thirtyfive per cent less than their r Cofe in the county of his many relatives and friends for ai few days Soda Water Lemonade Pop Coca + r1 Cola Orange Juice Cherry Phos phate Soda Cream c at City Re- staurantI Dont fail to read D F Gibbs an nouncement of his preinventory and midsummer sale on the last page ofI TilE REPUBLICAN Miss Ella Mosley who has been spending a few weeks vacation at her home at Pleasant Ridge will return 20 inatto resume her duties as clerk in Long Cots dry goods L store i IMr J H Davis Stpll dale caller J to see us Wednesday Mr I Kinder Livermore was a pleasant valler yesterday Esq H B Taylor Prentis was a pleasant caller Wednesday Mr J F Park Olaton wren a ve pleasant caller Wednesday Artie Byon Drakesboro is t guest of his aunt and cousin at Sun nydale Supt J M DeWeese who has been ill for the past few days is in proving iMrol S A Anderson and children been in attendance at the Chm tatiqua this week Mr Estill Park hits accepted a po sition as clerk with Long Co at the Economy Store Mrs 0 C Hunley and daughters of Prentis were the guests of Mrs T M Taylor Wednesday Miss Mattie Cooper of Center town is spending this week with her cousin Mrs T AL Taylor Leave your laundry at Cleve 11er grocery Work guaranteed delivery Agent Richmond Laundry Jfitf Cat C M Barnett who has been the guest of his family for the play t few clays returned to Louisville yes terday I Mr and Mrs W It Carson Beda are the proud parents of a fine new eleven pound boy Christopher Dale born last ridavjWe are continually getting in something new in Neckwear for the Ladies See our line now at Econo 1my Store LONG Co Rev C D Stevens will preach at Central Grove Baptist church the second Sunday August 13 at 51 oclock pnL Mrs C Beard and children ofI FordsviUe were the guesLs of MrsI Beards aunt Mrs Dr D W City the first of the week Just arrived from the Peters Shoe Company It pretty new styles in Pat aaEconomy Rev John T Casebier who been quite ill of paralytic trouble a his home near Rockport for the pas several days is reported some better The four year old child of Mr and Mrs Dan Duncan Graham Muhlen burg County died last Sunday and was buried at Rockport Monday Mrs Alvin Rowe Centertown and Mrs C E Smith City who have been at Dawson Springs for the past few days returned home Wednes day Dont forget that our line is com plete in new PrintsPercalsCheviots Brown Linens Ginghams Etc ask to see them at Economy StoreLONG Co For full particulars concerning Fair Cos Unique Nine Cent Sale which will be held Friday aud Saturday August 18 and 19 look on page two of THE REPUBLICAN The youngest child of Mr and Mrs N W Skaggs died of infantile troubles last Saturday night After funeral services conducted by Rev J D Harned interment took place at Oakwood Sunday Mr Dillard Vance died at the home of his brother Bob Vance whoj lives on the Milton Taylor farm three miles east of Hartford Monday and was buried at the Milton Taylor cemetery Tuesday afternoon Fon SALE 100 acres of land 70acres opt Also one house and lot in Hartford For price and terms call on CAL P KEOWN tf Hartford Ky- WANTEDinformation as to th address of John W Bryant or heirs he is dead He served in Co 26th Ky and he was probably bo rnthis in Ohio County Small recovery car probably be made Address Harvey Spalding Sons Washington D C Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or pro fession Read the display advertise ment of the six Morse Schools o- learn f Telegraphy in this issue and I how easy a young man or young lad may learn telegraphy and be assured a position rr O A 1F1 wron=aBUM Yos Hanhap Bosjh lIp dikdlI BOATNER CASE OUT Last Card in Famous Cases Played In Court Yesterday YThe last steps to dispose of all of Boathej more than three years ago was tak en in court here yesterday Boat ners case against the 1 C R R Cot for 2000 damage for malicious prosecution was dismissed Boatner and Schlitzbaum were 1never convicted on the charge o trying to defraud the express company out of 28000 which BoaUier claimed he sent from Owensboro to j FordsviUe to his own address Schlitzbaum was given one year in the Eddyville penitentiary for em bezzling the railroad company i money While there he defrauded thousands of dollars worth of shoes He was the shipping clerk and sent the goods out to confederates His acts were not discovered until he penitenttinent he way arrested in Portland Ore and brought back to Eddy ville He was given his examining trial a few days ago and held over to the grand jury MATANZAS Aug 9Wheat threshing is in full blast here the yield is ver good Hise Condit went to Owensboro last Monday to spend a few days Mrs Bettie Hatcher spent last week here the guest of her sister Mrs J C Bennett Doward Tichenor is very sick of bilious fever- Benjamin son of H B Mabrey is low and not expected to live many daysMrs Nancy Bennett is on the sick t Prof W C Overhults commenced his school here last Monday with full attendance Miss Mabel Tchenor who hast been visiting relatives at Centertown for the last three weeks returned home last Sunday visitedtRev L W Tichenor and wife were the guests of Rev J T Casebier and family Rockport one day last week Miss Eva Bradshaw of Buel Ky is spending this week with her aunt Mrs J MStearman here NARROWS Aug 9 Charlie Wedding went to Owensboro Monday to join the carpenter force on the Owensboro Wag on companys new factory 1Thomas F Johnston went down to Owensboro to attend the Chautau qua Wednesday Mrs Clarence Armendt and chil dren of Louisville are the visiting friends here and at Dundee R K Bean of Rockfield Warren county visited his parents at Sulphur Springs last week Mrs Jennie Camp of Henderson who has been the guest of Mrs Will Park has gone to Trisler to spend a few days with relatives Charlie W White and Miss Este Johnson went down to the Chautau qua Tuesday It is rumored that they married in Owensboro Wednes but the report has not been con fined as a war correspondent from the far cast would put it A E Jennings went to Louisvill- Wednesday John Johnston has sold his resid dence here to Noah White- HERBERT r AugGreat deal of tobacco was destroyed at this place Sunday evening by hail rain and wind Willie Crowe and family visited SundayIis visiting relatives and friends a place Loyd and Miss Sallie Owen Reynolds attended church here Sun day John Bruner and daughters re turnd hpme last Sunday from Dale Indiana where they hays been visit ing the last two weeks Lewis Kemp and family of Dale Indare visiting Mrs Kemps par rents Mr rod Mr John Griffinat this ptacecSteve Flowers and wife of Pates ville visited at Charlie Voyles Sun dayOscar Rice and wife of Chambers are spending a few days with rela I E Y tives at this place Rev E W Coakley Beaver Dam will preach at this place the fourth Sunday evening of this month James Phillips Walnut Grove was the guest of his sister Mrs Em ma Miller Sunday Miss Baxter Miller is quiet ill it it feared she has typhoid Circuit Court The Ohio Circuit Court convened in regular session hero Monday andone of the largest crowds that has attended the opening of Circuit Court in this County for sometime assem bled- f The following named gentlemen have been empanneled as petit jurors for the present term Mack Cook J H Kukendoll Harrison Aurtin M Hatter Lawrence Stevens 1P Basehart G W Barnard Maples Isaac Shown TICarson Sylvester Brown Tice Baker A W Black John W Smiley Wm F Stevens S L Stevens Louis Magan A 0 Berr man Jake L Render and Joe Hockcr The docket for the term yet undis posed otis as follows There have been but two trials completed as follows J S Greathouse vs I C n R Co Hartford Evansville Commpany vs Frank KelleiPacketI dict for plant iff 29385 Johnston vs I C R R Co verdict of 50 for plantiff DAYyvs I C R K Co William Horton vs I C R R Co Louisa Ramson vs JasW Wedding FRIDAY 5TH DAY J B Westerfield vs Napoleon Miles P K Newton vs Jacob Chancel lor c J W Boatner vs C J Abbottc SATURDAY CTH DAY Josephine LaytonAdmr vs W P BrownW Beasley vs I C R R Co MONDAY 7TH DAY C Lee Warden vs Trustees of CentertownCommonwealth of Kentucky vs Green Diamond Sumac Co Finis Rowe vs J A Reneer c Hiram McCarty vs I C R R Co W E Porter vs John A Reitz and Sons TUESDAY 8TH DAY S L Mitchell vs I C R R Co J H Shepherd vs W M Heflin L L House vs P K Newton ThosWalker vs Central Coal Iron Co WEDNESDAY 9TH DAY Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Virgil Ranney Commonwealth Kentucky vs Virgil Ranney- C A Lindleyc vs S M Everly- J W Pate Son vs S P Ranney THURSDAY 10TH DAY Mrs Lou Murry vs F M Allen James Murry vs F M Allen Millie Poindexter vs Jack Shultz c COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Aug GOur school is progressing nicely under the management of Prof A V Leach Rev G W Goodman and his son attended the Owensboro Chautauqua last week Sung hood visiting relatives Mr and Mrs J L Allen visited Mr and Mrs Clarence Pirtle of the Shultztown neighborhood last Sun day regue lar appointment at Slaty Creek Sun dayMr Lawrence Allen Hartford has been in our neighborhood for the past few days 5000 TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually to nil tbr new positions crratet liy wuattIts to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AST Z1L000 S 7= NO We furnish Tilprrrrnt of lip oprniloinunO fitittlon Agents In Amours Our six jvhcml ere the Urgent oirltulr Telegraph School In tb wnrld KitHhllnheil Mytnto and iitlun Ht lijr all Irmllnr Hallway Officials W xernte n IJVi toad to tvtrjr student to furnish him or her n ponlllnn pujliiK from IIt to IM a month In Htate edit of tlnllockyMoun thins nr from fft to flOQ a month In States went ImmedlatelynpougradnatioautII ion For full particular rwirilluR any of our Schools write direct to onr txerntlr offlntat Cincinnati O CntalngiK free The Morse School of Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo NY Atlanta Qa LaCrosse WIs TexarkanoTex sAn FranclscoCal sr dp J 2E P aJt We offer this month all 2 4OurIOurOur 750 Suits for 550 4 t 4OurOur 000 Suits for 400 Our 500 Suits for 850 iI Shoes aIi Owing to the lateness of the season allof our a IkallI4 Iq It is not too late for =you to buy Slippers for wo have many fJweeks of hot weath 3 er ahead of us 250 Mens LowOuts for 185 200 Low IfOuts for 145 175 ffLowCuts for 120 Wo have a nice as rsortment of Ladies Tan Slippers which we are selling at cost We will continue to give special f xableNow is the time to supply yourself with Calico 9 Ginghams Percals Shirting Sheeting Bleached Jand Unbleached Cotton Etc Our Best Calico 43c 5V 9 Heavy Shirting 7tt IIBest Shirt liughaniic-p pYours for Bargains = Sam Bach I208 W Main St Hartford Kentucky 4444444 aoJ 4i New TInshOpe 1 i e1When your roof leaks or you need Gut lb Roofing and Repairing telephoue 49 No 50 day or night C H Vado the prac 4 tifa I sinner will do your wOlkright and tI cheep in a firstclass manner J 4sellthe lurgest sixo redipped tin Dish Joe luuvie t 2 gallon Tin Bucket i 4With lid on outside for 35c and down lipJJj pers for 5 up Buckets of all sizes from lOc 49 Up and they nro good Pans Buckets and IQ Cups of all sizes from fie up Gall told 9lay lint of Timvai It will pay youtFCi 41 4 Respe01i1l111Y r i Co L1PLThe Tinner QIwr 1 YM w WE DO JOB PRINTING CHEAP TO BE OF VALUE MUST BE USEFUL business education can be used every day and Is therefore the A best education obtainable Hundreds of graduates in permanent positions owe their success to a course in LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE We teach thoroughly and practically Boolc kecplug lenmaitship Buslnesa Arithmetic Commercial Law Bauking Shorthapd Typewriting and Actual Business practice Large PatronageCheap Board f Tuition Write for catalogue Address LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE IND OR HOPKINSVILLE KY r i N qJi ke 4i Gd sl iYtli 1 r A60 BILL WORTH 1000 Greenback of 1779 owned in St Lonis Is One of Only Two in Existence The only 60 bills in existence have been found One belonging to an Eastern collector and the other to Mrs Julis Turton 2715 Slatterry tS Louis They are worth street 1000 each says the St Lonis Star ChronicleMrs read in a Washington dispatch of the discovery of the other bill which added that all but the two of the 00 bills issued in 18779 had been called in and redeem ed by the Treasury leaving one unaccouuted for She realized then for the first time the value of the bill in her possession This curious bit of script has been in her family since 1812 My mother was a Bryant said Mrs Turton and the bill was one of several paid to my grandfather Col John N Bryant who fought in the Wor of 1812 The payment was made in connection with a land deal in Tennessee the details of which I have never been able to learn Col Bryant died many years ago but his widow often said when I was quite a young girl that she wanted me to have many of the family relics because I was more interested in such things than any of the others members of the fanily She died twentyfive years ago and this bill and a 45 bill passed in to the hands of an aunt of mine Mrs T J Dickerson of Crossville Ten nessee A number of years ago my aunt reminded me of my grandmothers wish and gave me the choice between the 45 and the 50 bill I took the latter because it was of a large denominationMy Attorney S N Stap les of Harriman Tenn told me to take good care of the bill as he thought it must be valuable They say it is worth 1000 1 would not part with it for that amount The 45 bill was torn to pieces by my aunts children This bill is undoubtedly one of the 9 first ever printed by the United Stated Government It is dated 1779 The bill is of handmade linen paper now a drab color and is ex cellently preserved It is small and nearly square On one side appears in large type Dollars Under the words is a picture of what looks like an olive branch and a bay leaf The later may be a tobacco leaf Under the picture are the words Printed by Hall and Sellers Evidently the bill was printad on an ordinary press in an ordinary prniting shop i The other side of the bill is more elaborate The number is 22377 or perhaps 22577 The type used is old fashion the ss being the old English kind that resemble fs The owner is informed that The Bearer is entitle to receive Sixty I SpunUh milled dollars or an oqual Sum in Gold or Silver according to a Resolution of Congress of the ltthl of January 177D The signature in the lower left hand corner where today the signrture of the Secretary of the Treasury appears is S Gray There is a signature in the opposite irner but it cannot be deciphered It is that of the Register of the 11easuiAround the edge of the bill is a ser ll in which the full title of this county as it appears in the Declara tion of Independence The United States of North America is seen The bill is of course redeemable i at it face value but collectorst would gladly pay many times that j itnijiint to add it to their collection Soothing and Coolingi The salve that heals without ascar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflammations soothes cools tad heals all cuts burns and f bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin disease Dtwitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold 1y Z Wayne Griffin Bro Precocious Shall boys have a way of listening to remarks that older persons make and using thorn when least expected 11lays mie trilling misconduct Well j mamma you must put up with me DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to of the wonderful cures made by Dr SwampRoot the great liver remedyIt f cal of the dls after years of t byDrnent and blad der and Is wonderfully successful In promptly lame back bladder uric acid trou bles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of trouble Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found lust the you need It has been tested In so many ways In work In among the too poor to pur chase and has so In every case that a arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not tried It may have a bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have or bladder trouble When mention this offer In this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer JcCoBlng hamton N Y The Kilmers kidney triumph nineteenth century covered kidney specialist curing kidney remedy hospital private practice helpless proved successful special already sample kidney writing reading generous regular fifty cent and nomo8 unpiiaob dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton- N Y on every bottle You know Im just as the trying age The Only Way There is one way of maintaining- the health and strength of mind and body except by nourishment There is no way to nourish ex cept through the stomach The stomach must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will letdown and disease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation- bad breath sour risings rifting in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles that are curable are quick ly cured by the use of Kodol Dyspep sia Cure Kodol digests what you eat and strengthens the whole di gestive apparatus Z Wayne Griffin Bro PASTOR TELLS IT Otherwise Thers Would be Some Doubt About Catching Fish in Air Rev Franklin D Elmer pastor of the Frst Baptist church and fisherman hunter and golfer as well has demonstrated that fish can be caught in the air as well as in water While fishing for bass with frogs at Lake Wonksunkmunk West Hill Connecticut Mr Elmer lost a bass and past into a shallow lagoon in an effort to rectpture the fish As he was pulling in the line the frog on his hook jumped up on a stone u foot above the water and before the clergyman could take up the slack line a pickerel jumpedup and grabbed the frog A sudden jerk on the pole by Hev Mr Elmer fastened the hook in the pickerels mouth before the fish drop back into the water To Consumptives- The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means af1- tel suffering for several years with- a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the willifindthroat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the I prescription which will cost them j nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A I Wilson Brooklyn New York 82yr j Woolgathering iWhen a persons woolgathering paImay be gathering the wool oil the lambs on the Stock Exchange AgOIrnsAre instantly relieved and perfectly healed by Bucklins Arnica Salve B Rivenbark Jr of Norfork Va writes I burnt my knee dreadful that it blistered all over Buck lins Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it without scar AlsoI heals nil wounds and sores 25 at Z Wayne Griffin Brcs druggist j GIRL OUTLAW I Who Directed Raiders Captured After Revolver Battle A girl outlaw 18 years old twh- lappears to have captained a gang of thieveing desperadoes is in custody of Sheriff Henry S Willson of Ben nington County Vermont She will not tell her name One of her mall companions is dead with a bullet hole thongh his heart and two others of the gang are being hunted though the forestsof the mountains On Friday sonic berry pickers discovered i the camp of the outlaws in i the woods and gave the alarm Deputy Sheriff organized a posse atu started for the gang Guided by a j boy berry picker they approached the place An attempt was make t approach quietly but a cracklin stir gave the alarm and the outlaw rush ed into the woods tiring at tli Sheriffs with revolvers as they ran Two of the men got away Th thid outlaw in the dark uldellUtytheirrevolvers on him and he fell deadwith a pullet through his heart i The girl outlaw in trying to runI fell in a tangled spruce scrub and was captured The pursuit of the other two was given up until next morning when the hunt was resunt ed i The camp was found fitted with tents bedding cooking utensils good clothes and stolen plunder of all kinds including enough provision to last a month The captured girl who says she is 18 years old but does not look it was guarded at a farm house all night and will betaken to the county jail She is rather prettp but is thoroughly hardened and refused to give the officers any information or to telljher name What little she says indicates that she planned the robbery andRkept camp while the men were away She said one of the men is her husband and that their next expedition was to have been to a store in Pawletbut that by her directionit was to bo delayed until affairs had quHed down Delighted to Travel Yes he said for seven years I have been a mail carrier on the Crosscut rural route and in all that time I have never missed a trip Such a life must he delightfull rejoined the impulsive girl Im never so happy as when traveling Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any ommissions or correction of datesHartford October 4 days Madisonville August 1 5 days Danville August 81 days j Fern Creek August 15 4 days Shepherdsville August 154 days I LawrcnceburgAugust 15 4 days j Vanceburg August 15 1 days GuthrieAugust 173 days- ShclbyvllieAugust 22 4 slays Springfield August 2al days Nich lasvilleAugust 29 3 days Bardstown August au 4 days t Florence August 30 4 days I Elizabethtown Fi 8 i dasIGlasgow September fi 4 flays Kentucky State Fair September 18d days- Henderson i September 2H fi days i Falmouth September 27 4 days Owensboro October lO5 days I OneMinuteCough Cure For coughs Colds and soup TWELVE LANGUAGES I Spoken IWhoProfessor IIblrlllf Intrrllivnn MissfLillian Gonzales Robinson holds the degree of A B and M A issued by the Chicago University marl has mIL tered IS languages She speaks fluential French Spanish Italian German Sanskrit Japanese and Chineseand is versed in Latin Greek Gothic and high and low Dutch As probably the youngest woman linguist in the United States IiiIIRobinson has been recently departmentl I where she will be the only woman on the faculty studykhas had the advantage of several i theelanguages of France Spain and Italy hande ITakedot Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack or Indigestion Kodol is through digestant and a guaranteed I cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomech Weak Heart Sour Risings Bad Breath and all Stoma ache troubles Sold by 7 Wayne Griffin Br- oa1l15TC LIbBears IatheKiOd You Hurl dhrars BCUght Signature 11 d dt A Mean Report Wife According to this paper hot water will prevent wrinkles Husband So Then how doyou ac count for the numerous wrinkles I haveWife How do I account for themHusbandYes you keep me in hot water nearly all the time you know Mean Insinuation Isnt it strange remarked the young lady boarder that baseball players are seldom sunstruck Not jiecessarly rejoined the fussy old bachelor who abhors the game Sunstroke is an affection of the brain Nothing has ever equalled it Nothingcan ever surpass itI DrKings- New Discovery For tONHCM ITIOX prk As100OLIIN A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial BcttUt free u I BEST FOR THE i BOWELSIIItbo yon eroerydatcnntro1eotRIllOTemReto oar bowtli open ana b lioO rca of Tlolent rhjilc or pill li daneeroui The imootbeit eaileit most perfect war of keeping i tbt bowels clear and clean It t o tak- eCATHARTIO i i I EAT EM LIKE CANDYI Fltaiant Palatable Potent Tads Oood Do Good never Blek n Weakeo or Orti et 10 rb V cents per box Write for free ample and aMI11 on health AdJreM Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN rcANltAJJ ilMNN hJ rN DO YOU WANT- A Position tHat will pay you from 500 to 5000 a year vp That is what our graduates are demand ing for their work Ve jive the kind of training that counts from the stsjrt Increase Your SalaryBy taking a course in the OWKNSBOUO BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Term begins Sept 4th Write todny Address Owensbor Busines Univerit Ovensboro Kentuck- yt yItoWIli1wJf11I Wl W r POPULAR Cheap Excursion It To FallsiThursday Auf 17 1905 VI- ABig Four Route Only 1050 Round Trip From Louisville Toronto Ont Only 150 more than rate to FallsIAlexarldria NY Thousand Islands Only 700 more tban rate to Niagara Falls Montreal Que Only 1065 more than rate to Niagara Falls Stopover allowed at WestfieMfor sidetrip to Chautnuqua Lake Tickets good returning twelve days including date of sale Elegant trains of Pullinan Sleeping Cars and Superb Day Coaches personally con ductetl by representatives of the Rig Four who will look after wants of passengers These excursions need no intro auction to the public and the popu larity of the Big Four the natural route to Niagara Falls via Buffalo is well known Full information in pamphlet form can be obtained front Rig Four ticket offic- eS J C1ATES Clen AK Lo elvilic Ky W J LYNCH O P T A Clncltitiiitl O An Opportunity We want a man in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer exceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse andwagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableofdevelopment into a permanent and profitable business WITE AT ONC- EWheelerWllsonMfqCo 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CHICAGO I I n pme BIG FOUR r The Best Line to Indianapolis PeOria t Chicago V f I t 0Detroit iI J Cleveland0Buffalo i New York I I f Boston I And allother points East r j Information cheerfully fur 0 nished on application at City j Ticket Office Big Four No I J 259 Fourth avenue or write tot I S J GATES I j Cienl Agent Passenger DllltI aLouisville Ky My tl nm CASTOR I AF- ar Infants and ChildrenI I The Kind You Have Always Bought Benrsthet- 3lgnattua dI of uifiZ JJKI vlr n tuw Pf Dlr sEtr l1l nrh M lUHSTT lIlhIITH BARNETf SMITH TTOUNEYS T LAWII- AIIIKOKII Ii Y- 11Illpraetlethtrpndweloulo nil tlivrntirti IPlwtesprtollrtlobnbdthIrxrtldrrlnttndnod UITIIIIIMX linlMlnir =FRANK L FELIX Atto neyatLawIIAKTfOKI UY- Wlllirilrtln III lirudwliiu III Ohio und nil I ilnlntirnuntr lUll In Ihunrt of 11- nllIIrllcU i tiil riillr iliin ii laltr- omi ln the Ilirnlil liiillillnit CHAS M CROWE LlA1TYER Humonn 1C- ywinprortlhipruleduU aIn nit the rtlrt- Pt nhlii nml mlHnlntf rnniitlro and In ttte tour- AI d grat N IInttrtitliiii iclrrn tr rlmliiii prnrtlreIItHIndlrlluu iiin v mrnrr Mnr k t nml Otitrr MrivliThnmio KirloT ujliuirr 46 JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY eotlrtlnmnktaRabatrnrrdty OIl1nnrhIIIIQIoIIr = = === = 7 lR R WEDDING t t urney at Law + HAKTFOKII Kv JVIII lirnrlivliiihrXInli FderelI nr itreophromptlrllhlo nltltr ImOrrrllhluntribul IIIWIIIS KIINKHT WlMMitt All HEAYRIN WOODWARD tI atZ OCt1IIJ gfllaMfniKii Kv t1 1IarlIroilslionh u W H BARNES Attorney at Law 1ItANTHtuutfOhlnnnIxgolt l tApirrtl sirM Htimtlon win dtrn t- hulnentruatd la hi eere rIWrin Irlltr ItnNlnraurthmr YANCY MOSLEY TTOKNEY T LAW IrtHfurri Kentucky Will hi fOhl11I1lnpirnh Lim Nntnry Iubll 1Otnviirrr It Nullonnl Iinnk 60 YEARS TRADE Antooe aennrne a eaetrh and may tlnnet tInGdenl lei A naltunucent tree fur rrurinir MIVQU Patents takentamroo Co rtolrtIfttM natltt without tiitnilinmclr llluilralM wreklr Israeli rlr rotation l anraelentlan IcpurutU Tern 3a run fnurrauntbiil Sod tjall New York llrancb Offlcc KB F BU Wublomon 1 Co PROCURED AM DDEFtNDCD oDllmodoJ fiver moitry anJcfln Uufattnt A DM monk Blrert app CalM IUU fdat emu WASHINGTON D C ROUGH COMPANY IllItllllllllI1 EIPERIENCE I MARUI 4lorrntlonChargeIn- theScientific American- A ncwuiult- raMUNNCo3618 rnhM1ort1oCOUNTRltSftlUlNru EncluiUelyWrite RIVcR- TELEPHONt lThe Hongh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll service which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minute conversation 15 miles 10cts 311rmiles 15cts 45 miles 15 cts c W A CHANDLER Gen Mr KyJYyOBANNON Beaver Dam Ky I I Y 1 RIDER AGENTS No Money Required on ui ftt n our ami ar new fill NOT n AND our FACTORY 4 Regular prioo per pair wo will Sill You a Pair Only P JMORE TROUBLE bicycleJvIIIYOUt puarnntvd 1U tO 4t 24with Ciustor and Puncturolcss Tires ZIequipment all our bicycles guarantee Wo ON APPROVAL CO to anyone IWII drlllllit and nlllll DAYS ifs11DIiTEARto ClilciKo tons OUrakts iitlhs brood nilV Itcyt loumllyouliavo written fur PRIDe FReE TRIAL OFFER Tirei lnourbigI PUNCTUREPROOF TIRES 4ET 850 To Introduce I for Sample F1905 SHIP 75j NAILS TACKS OR NTGLtn- OUI THE AIR A NO from PUNCTURES Models Result of T5 yrara xperltonctlln tire making No from THORNS OAOTUS II PINS NAILS TAOKSor GLASS Serious Ilku intentional knife cuts van be vulcanized like any outer tire I EASY RIDING DURABLE SELF HEALING by OF IMITATIONS Rend for Catalocun T nhowlnr all kinds and snake of tires at Hen pair and UD aluoCoistrrHrakr llulltui WlirrU and Illirclw8 iinilrl at Hall Ihf usual prlomm Notice the thick rutilnr livid A and juncture strip 11 and II This will a outlet anr other nuke Soft and Kar lading We will hip C OOON APPROVAL AND EXAMINATION aiMiwf a tfnt Jffanl Via 11 allow a cash dlfcoutrt of 5C thereby tasking the prtco MM per air If you rnd lull cah with order Tire to bo returned at our expense It not satisfactory on examination v MEAD CYCLE CO Dept II JL CHICAGO ILL OUR CLUBBING RATES TIn lUriiiurAN auul Louisville raidr125Tim ItKitHiicAN fold IxmiHville Daily Herald 250 TIIK llKiiTiuiuAN and CourierJournal v 150 TIIK KKiiiiurAv and St Louis GloboDeinoorat 175 TIIK KKIMMIMCAN and Home and Farm 125 TIIK KKIMHIUUAN and Lipponrotts and CVmioplitim 825 TIIK HKIMMIMCAX and lwicenWlek OwellshoruIIIIIUileI 175 TIIK UKITIIIIPAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer o70- THKp KKitntiicAN and TwiceaWcek Oboro Messenger 175 i ioj1PanolaiIThe Mlldrn tonicH done brrnreah nlill mwte inn lirl ittMtnf end well PAY o LA linn no equal fur DHIn 1Iprp4lae Catarrh ol the Plead Thioat Stomach Rowl lv urn KirW f i IH Grippe und general debility Mad bythr liKTOUlFtn PHAR 1 VMACAL COIInc For Mif ht lJH WILLIAMS HnrtfordKy ew111 1 + 4e k T 0r I 0 I 4 1 A r d oJCJ j J- y t s II+ rDtC coL U M B WANTED Brake ou Strongest D II I olumbia lour oud nrlvnled uslcul Hlllfintnsplrlnn ttractlve II1111 25c STRONG I p FULLY COVERED PATENTS BEWARE t i r I i G i Gold I GIRLS HAIR Caught in a Tree Held Hw Prisoner at the Mercy of Rattlesnakes A young girl by the name of Marie Brown residing in the Bow mauls Creek district Pennsylvania had a terrorizing experience with rattlesnakes recently She had gone into the woods to pick blackberries and while traversing a path that ran beneath the overhanging boughs of a small hemlock she way startled by a unmistakable sound of a rattle snake directly in front of her Ali she sprang back the caught sight of the serpent a monster yelow fellow coiling himself for a leap As the woman turned to flee her hair was caught by a limb of the hemlock tree and like Absalom she was held fast while the enemy pur suedFearful lest the rattlesnake might spring toward her she began frantic cally to tug at the bough to release herself But about this time there came the sudden sharp buzz of another rattler and to her unspeakable terror she beheld the lithe glistening form of another snake entwin READ THIS Milledgeville Ky Jan 1 1SHM Dr Fl W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from kidney disease and was treated by my home physicians with no ben I efit Your Texas Wonder has cured me and I am satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfully recom mended it to ladies suffering with kidney and bladdertroublesRespectfully bias EIIZA FltO T A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminalemis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent bmail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment andsel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer PO box 629 office 2031 Olive Street St Louis I Grand Prize St Louis 19O4 Qt raphophones 1 I z z I B ST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 7jSOto1OO Disc Machines 12 to 65 Tho Craphophono roproduooa all kinds of muslo perfectly band orchestra violin vocal and Instrumental solos quartettes etc It Is an ondloss source of amusomont IA rlglnal E C aR D S COLUMBIAIMoulded Cylinder Records MoI I IJwe Rich ntertnlnlna ptlvutlnj utveurJngesonunt ellghttul uperlor 41NII IusrWNrurlY 2501Ie W uIXIY1XINNIYIYxIXN1IIlIINININIIIIxIIIIINIYIYINnIrYIILrX1Il 114n41NY4NNII1411WIIIX I1 COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS 4 71nch SO cents each 5 per dozen lOlnch 91 each 10 per dozen Grand Opera Records made In lOlnch discs only 2 each 9tad for Mml cmtmJoguom of mmohlmm mad noordm Wm have 11he n wt popular hits In both mlylo of record = cylHutff m mMd dl oM er Columbia Phonograph Company 117119 West Fourth Street tlffCINNATI 0 Grand Prize ri StILouis 19O4 1c7- k qiT 4w a yw i a k tik gr Ad h 9 5 1P tYkaer KI I C s Q I Ai ai 1c 0 I U i ed about the limb udder which she was a prisoner and It too was slow ly coiling for a spring Screaming with terror the girl give a jerk that pulled out a large part of her hair at the roots and freed here + lf The jerk however also dislodged the snake and as it fell it slipped over her unprotected arm but fore bore to strike How the young woman got away from the spot where the snakes were she cannot tell Her sister heard her screams and ran to her rescue She found Mazie lying in a heap in a path not far from the edge of the woods She recovered however in a few minutes and way able to walk home The girls father followed the path indinated by his daughters until he came to where the bucket and its pilled contents lay He had hardly Itooped to pick up the pail when he manylyellowshdistance from where it had lain when MISS Brown came upon it The other snake had disappeared PolsiF d Perhaps you dont realize that many pain poisons originate in your food but some day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia that will con vince you Dr Kings New life Pills are guaranteed to cure all sickness due to poison of undersigned food or money back 2f5c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store Trv them a NINELEGGED FISH Strange and Unknown Animal in Nevada is an An amoly State Comptroller Sam Davis warden John Considine Attorney General James Sweeney and Louis Beaver all of Carson have landed one of the queerest freaks in the fish line ever seen in Nevada It is neither fish nor animal yet closely resembles both It was caught in the Carson River close to the Hol stins ranch by Mr Davis It measures about 18 inches in length and has nine legs It has a head fin gills and seals of the fish but the nine legs are covered with fine downy hairNo one has yet been found who can in any manner classifiy tke strange freaks Mr Davis and his companions were fishing with the regular flies when the animal fish sprang from the water and hooked on Mr Davis line For 10 minutes a battle royal took place the fish finally being landed on the bank nearly ex haunted As he was about to pick up the strange creature however it began to walk away It was not until then that the party noticed that the fish had legs So taken back were the men that the strange creat ure came near escapiing in a near jby alfalfa field Unfortunately both for science as well as for the curiosity of the party the animal fish was killed by the excited men in their efiorts to capture it alive Mr Davis who by the way is one of Nevadas most respected citizens huIwho claims to have seen the freak it is learned that it is to be embalmed and sent to the Smithsonian Institute S O A 13 0 O OR as A BoflNefgnaaof 1 a Surveying Another Route The surveyors who are sighting i the route for the Hartford and Mad isonville railroad after reaching the Milton Taylor farm three miles east l of Hartford Tuesday moved their camp to Smallhous from which point BreIi con stdernble distance as well as exten byjI a of determining the most availal course C1ASTO RXA- B Hare Alwars Boo BI thectOJ 1Y I tt CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS IGoodgod STRONG AgainI Is what Mrs Lucy StovallofTiltonGa a said after taking Dyspepalat C of otherwea- kyamwomen are being restored to perfectil health by this rem edy YOU may be well if you will take it Indigestion causes nearly all the sick ness that women have It deprives the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure 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 risings belchingbeartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat uuuentllerl rrsarM ttMM1tlBM ti nua M U I uNrrta0Dwltt- trll r Narls I l anIA Unlit by Z WAYNE IKIfFIN Exlremoli Ww Rules ANNOUNCED VIA Southern Railway Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from Louisville for the following special Occasions 2925 Denver Colorado Springsand Pueblo Coland return August 11 12 and 13 account Fraternal Order of Eagles 2iOQ Denver Colorado Springsand Pueblo Col and return August 29 to Sept 2 inclusive account National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic 1585 Athens Ga and return July 1 8 and 15 account Athens Summer School 065 Chattanooga Tenn and return September 16 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Anniversary Wattle of Chicka- mauga tilr0 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 on account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 7250 Portland Ore and return going or returnining via San Francisco and Los Angeles fre quent dates during June July August and September account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 0i50 San Francisco or Los Angeles Caland return August 3 to 14 inclusive 7250 San Francisco Los Angelesor San Diego Cal and return Frequent dates during June July August and September Cheap homeseekers tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4th and 18th August 1 and 15 September 5 and 19 Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Stations For full information folders schedules etc Address A R Cook GXP T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H Hungerford 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B Allen A G P A St Louis loIWashingjton AyersPilli Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use J rre4 i Cumberland TELEPHONEI i THeres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence ned place ol business My business baa Increased and my wifes voice is never heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service And gentlemanly competition IlrE PRYKIManYI WJIm rcrrII Olilo County Circuit CoartTIlllrkhad Judge lieu L ItlnKuAttortipy T H lltnck Jailer Hit N Harm Clerk Frank L Fells Sinter Com mliuiutif Y L MiiKtlry Trustee Jury Fmdt- I i Keuwu Hlierltf llm tforcl Deputy Sherltf C Keimn Clarence Keutvn Jo II Hubert Ham Krowu aCaurtconyeneI1ntMon day In March and August Hud continues three wwknaod third Mnndny In May nod Nortxnher two weekf CouotCourtJ I Miller Judge ilH HUK and Clerk W II llama Attorney llnrttord TCourt convtm flmt Monday In each tuonth MondayluCourt of Claims Conreun lint Monday In Jar nnry Tuesday after necond Monday la Octolwr Other Offliers J II Wood Surveyor Ceralro Frank Lowe Awwuor lleda James IJcWwue School SniwrlnUndent Hartford Hen L Darli CoronerHulphnrSpriiiiinXMOtlc CourtII F Ilndton Hearer Naar February 18 May IS August 31 November 30 OooW Martin llaltetown February 12 May 11 Angiiit SO November 12 JuoMdrahatn NarrowsFebruary SC Jfnj 2 August 29 November la- T A Erani Ford Tlll January It May 7 August 27 November a JA lllck llnfordFrbruary 7 May V AliI nit 12 November 7- IvAItoneCeotntowuFebruary9 May 11 August 24 November P n L Wilcox Hockpurt February 20 Slay a Angunt K November H ortfor4 3cHc i Court Jno D Wilion Judge C K Smith City At tornry H T Ilarnett Marshal Court con veneii second Monday In eachnionth- Z llsrloviB ServiceM E Church Month Service third Sunday each mouth at 11 am and 7 p mand seeon Sunday at 7 pm Prayer meeting every Vedaei day evening Hev WTllIlIIerlutor Utptlet Church Servlree held Saturday nlph i before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday sight and fourth Sunday end Sunday night Prayer uiMtlng every Thursday evening 11ev1IL Hnrnett pastor CI Church Service ant Sunday In each r month at 11 a m and 7pm Her J T liar ned pnitor School Trnetee Hartford Jae P Miller J Ulenn U T Stevens IJlI locker J II 11 Car son Jon C Salle- yCityCouncllRowan Holbrook May or H A t Anderson Clerk Dr S J Wedding W 8 Tin eyAC Taylor M I HearrlnT J Morton Conncllinen a ertSoel Ue A O U W met first and third Friday nights In each month Hartford Lodge No 876 FA A Masons first Monday night In each month Hartford Tnt So iw Knights of the Marca bees every Thursday night Hough Itlver Lodge No lIOKnlghtsof 1ythl meetsevery Taesday night Preston Morton Post No4 0 A R bold reg nlarmeetlngsSatnrdaybeforeflrst Sunday In each alonthCOPIFrDENTIAI fee Write ror our LE TER bero ee obtain PATENTS worth THAT PAY- and help inventor to ucceu sketch and we send IMMEOIATIFREE REPORT ON PAT NTABILITY M years practice Regis tered Patent Lawyer or come to ns at 605B07 7th St WASHINGTON 0 C Thousands of Acre For Sale at reasonable price l Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas- most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Byllnmn steeping and tree rccllnlnit chair cars aeeKer Excursions first and third Tuoada y of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlet Icldiri etc on application H C TOWNSEND R T G HITINrjt- SIs7Pairte4Tkt TradilgPwlatrjrctW- Y LOUIS WrnTILLLa PillsSAyers rir DYEnnicnui Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 11 CATCHING WHALES IN NETS Japanese Use This Method of Land Ing Big Fish Hold Service Over Body Whales are cnjiturcd in nets by the Jupanesf Tin whalers put off from the shore an iiiictlj as pos Bible and when theyrouse within the proper distann of their objei1 tivc the boats which have hither to worked in couples xeparate and dropping their lets as they x go work round to tit rear am Hanks of their expected kill Tin nets are mode in largo squares each side being about W fool long One net is composed of six squares in line nod the squares an fastened to each other lightly When all is ready the boats whll1 have worked round to I he rear of the whale then commence to drive t him gently toward the nets Mov p lug along lazily at first the whali soon realizes that something tin toward is happening and harrying forward dashes onto one of criticaltih ormun see that the whale is WIll iu the center of one of the squares they raise a great shout and charge in upon him i When the whale is about spent a man chosen for his strength no tivity pluck coolness and general f fitness for his work then leaps upon his bark and with a great In augUIar shaped knife proceeds to cut two great gashes in his body just bark of the head Through the underlying blubber and these two gushes he passes a rope and knotting it makes fl loop of it Ho then repents the same operation as far hack on his body as he can When t he tight has been completely knocked out ot i he whale boats rouge alongside of him and by the help of the loops already mentioned the hapless cetacean is slung between them in such a nuttier as to minimize till danger of his carcass sinking Then the boats fount in proces sion and making for the shore thieve commencos till most curious part of the whole affair The whalers with real fervor and in the most solemn manner possible begin a chanting prayer for till ease of the departing spirit by calling out loraku Joraku loraku in low diop tones Ipon the third duty after the kill a me morial service is held in the vii lage temple and prayers are offered for the repose of the dead whales souln- oittlewitte Early Risers Tho famous littJe pills An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and has been making for the past decade of years naturally brings to the surface numerous schemes of the II get rich quick character that benofit only the promoters of such at the expense of innocent investors In this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom ing wages high work in abundance giving employment to all willing to earn and products of the faun bring tug best prices j there is little or no excuse for one not to join the army of moneymakers The first and safest investment to make is to become a reader of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the greatest and most reliable newspaper in the United States With the facts truth and information gleaned from its col umn one may become well qualified to reach out and secure his share of profit that always accrues from invest ments intelligently made The WEEKLY ENQUIRER costs but one dollar for one years term The SUNDAY ENQUIRER costs you two dol lars for a year The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a week you get for fourteen dollars a year- Without the aid ofa firstclass newspaper success in any enterprise becomes problematical For ten cents you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY ENQUIRER Addre- ssEnquireI Company Cincinnati Ohio L otototototototototot I ototot PRElNYEiTORYI I 4 AND MIDUMMERL r- A D I t r II FuGIBBS RockPort Ky i We have decided to make a sweeping reduction on all Summer Dress Goods Hats Shoes Clothing tEtc In fact a reduction on everything carried in stock for the next 30 days only I This Sale Begins August 1 Ends August 30 We HerewitH Give You art Idea of tHe Reduction ti po Voiles C lOc Voiles uow q Sr 7 12c Voiles now Or lor Voiles now IoW12o-c 2oc Voile now ISc 4All White roods Reduced lOr Dimity now Sc Sj 7r Dimity now 5c Ct 1 Or Iice Strip now H- eT lOc Pique now Soc 25c Pique now ISu 3 lOc iingluuns now Sr I2c jinghams now 1 It 13r iinghams nuIclOc Percals now So- Y 12k Percals now 10c tf Jor JVrcals now lie f fAll Standard Brands t Of Prints Go at 41 c- bLawnsc or Luvnsnov He 7c Lawns now Z 5cSc 5 Hr Lawns now t lie Lawns now 11c 25 LII1 1iO lc AT Millinery Etc Special bargains to he had in this line us long as they last Lace Curtains from 571 up Scrim at 4c per yard See Our Cut in Our Swiss and Hams berg Embroideries nciEdge now o1c fir Embroidery now Ul ll Jc Embroidery now Sc 15c Embroidery now Ile 20c Embroidery netIjJ 2oc Embroidery now 17c Same sweeping reduction in all Laces 4 I Hose MLns Half Hose 4i I Shoes and Slippers All Slippers at cost and below Seo foi yourself Slippers worth S250 now go at 100 200 pairs of Slippers now SloS 150 pairs of Slippers now 118 125 pairs of Slippers now 99c Childrens Slippers reduced in proportion Our famous W L Douglas Tan Black and Patent Leather 350 Oxfords now goat 21S S800 Tan Black und Patent Ox fords 24S Allot of odds and ends in Shoes and Slippers will bo sold from 25c to HUe n pair see special counter for these bargains General Reduction in All Woolen Goods Silks And Novelty Dress Goods See our Shirt Waist illat 22 Je per yard 1 yard wide dark blue brown and white Shirt J- I Waist Silk to go at jOe All Summer Gloves Reduced Ju Mens Hats Wo have seWttMl a lot of Hats from our T125 ami Sl50 mens Hats to close at tSc All straw Mitts at cost and holo- vClothing iL MGreat slaughter in liens and Hoys Cloth ing Now is the time to get a cheap Suit Underwear Ladies 5e Vest now Ie Ladies lOo Vest now fie r Ladies 2c Vest no t13clie-n 50c Undershirts now 12e Ions ooc Undershirts now 2Hc liens 25c Undershirts nowiSeI-n addition to above we have bought from 3tlarge concerns mill end and short lengths eon sisting of bundle Calico Ginghams Domestic Outing Lawn und Voils bleach Domestic 4c Calicos go at 31c I 1 10 Per Cent Reduction on All Cash Sales I + As a further aid to this great sale and to show our reduction is general we have decided to offer w c 10 per cent offon nil cash purchases on everything in our store with exception of special prices named in this advertisement and goods exchanged for produce or sugar flour Bacon and feed stuffs Those who come first will secure the best bargains Remember the date Tuesday August 1und continues 30 days closing on the 30th qf August I Y t Rockport Kentucky Ift 4444444 N uradSrrafit DNS r