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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 i t Jlart Drb a publianm 0 00 Pm in n Fine Job Work a Specialty IFIT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN THE RKPDBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year0 uUo TOO VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 25 1905 No 6 t o fINE PROGRfS Made by AH Growing Crops I in The stateI There lias Been Plenty of Rain for the Present to Mature Re j maining Cropsiw Louisville Ky Aug 22Tho- PIit week has burn another week of fiasonnble temperature and shower iiiJ all growing rnp9 have mad 1 CILMUSB Thre has beer pier t of rain for thcpnwent to mature r iauiiiK craps and vane complaint o tOY much moi Mire w northeast C i counties A destructive hAn- se in ecirie1 nihMKhin Ha 4 Cok oruntvand liglttr hail in tho vositrn counties A great deal of fniuwing and plowing for winter k vl teat and ry was dm during the v cU the soil being iii extra cundi tn for this worK Corn The corn made improver ort during the weok and is In ex ct iltiit condition The promise 1 II i t u very large crop which is prac tinlly made Tolmcio Tobacco ii about nil tippwl and cutting Is in progroM in runny localities It hal improved during the week mill looks fine llough the crop ill a little shortS Worms are gettngl moro ni d doing damage In nine loeaUtit though generally they have glen very little trouble this season mere is somo complaint of damage i6 from hoiiBeburning to tobacco already housed r Fruit Apples continue rotting n1d dropping and the crop will b only fair reports vary considerably k there being some excellent orchard and others very poor Peaches nre plentiful in some localities mid very scarce in others and the same can vbe said of grapes the latter are rot titaond dropping badly Fruit o tstlrewhd1thas done quite wellon highlands and a very poorly on low lands Wheat rye an oaU have all been threshed and the yields were good o the whole Sweet and Irish potatoes good plentiful Tomatoes are maturin rapid nndarea large crop Tin melon crop is large Hemp is fair j though short in places Stock peas most promising and It large crop of turnips is coming up nicely S An Enjoyable Day The following relatives and friendy of Mr Joe B Sandefur were quite pleasantly entertained at the home of Mr Sandefur in Beaver Dam last Friday August 18th Mr B M Davis Linton Ind Mrs May and her two children Flora and Olis o Linton Ind Mrs R R Wedding Hartford Mrs A A Coppage Memphis Tenn Mrs Minnie Thom a as Beaver Dam Kv Mr Charley Thomas Louisville Ky Mr John Davis Cromwell Ky Mr A Man ale Horton Ky Mr Arbin Petty r Hartford Mr Clate Baize and wife a yamt bob Render Ky Miss Hannah Buston CromwellKy- Celebrate Labor Day Program of the Labor Day Cele bration at Render Ky 1P05sThe parade will form at The Brown M Mercantile Co Store at 9 oclock am headed by district officers of U M W of A and officers of A S of E and two brass bands SPEAKING Judge FrancisWelcome in be- halfI of the Town at 10 oclock L E HerrellIn behalf of U M W x A at 1030 E L Davenport Pres ident of A S of E of Muhlenburg county at 11 oclock C W Wells President of U M W of A dis trict 23 at 2 oclock Farmers Club fat3 oclock There will be String to furnish music to those that + wish to dance J Big moonlight at night TO THE COLORED MEMBERS j The management for the colored members will be in charge of Y D lackadfJfDrwa Brand will be f if f wi held on the colored picnic grounds and will be uddreased by Nations i W J and olherllIw danceIon arrangements ll R B KA roN D W JAs MARTIN SAM GWYNNI H A GARRtrJ L E Y D BLACK JE W1KtRI Burned UutilTeeth Dropped Out Bedford1 Ind Aus 22 William Koch has filed suit in the Lawrence Circuit Court against the United damI injulrielburned while cleaning out a trench by an exlsLA ion of coal dust skin grafting being resorted to heal his wounJi His mouth and gums were I no badly horned his teeth dropped out FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED Walter Morgan Murdered or Acci dentally Run Over and Kill ed By a Train Central City Ky Aug 21 This city is eonmderubly worked up over the finding of the body of Walter Mor Ran by the side of the 1 C track at IIthe section house three miles distant from here toward Louisville He was last seen about 9 oclock Salur day night when he had thirty dol lars having been paid that day by his employers the I C It It Co When found there was only three wasea single man about twentyfive years old and hoc a brother living herc but the latter is dangerously illwill fever Communication ha9fieenhar with his father Tom Morgan of Karlington who has instructed 1lhe marshal to hold the remains un 1lill1e can reach Central City which will be tonight It was thought by some that the young man had been foully dealt with but the verdict o 1lht coroners jury was accidental death from being stuck by a train Wantedgeer has there been anything Rke the present demand for Railroad and commercial Telegraph Operators The different Telegraph Companies and Railroads are having great difficulty at this time in securing profi cient qualified and competent epee ators Supt J L Kollorohs of the National School of Telegraphy Bowling Green Ky has on file in his office recent letters and telegrams calling for more operators than there rare students in actual attendance This school has never yet failed to locate every student immediately up on graduation Any one desiring to take a thorough course in Tell graphy should not fail to write for Catalog and full particulars Ad dress H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky HERBERT Aug 22 Miss Celeste Kosure of Madisonville is visiting relatives in this community- r Mrs Erie Bennett and family of Central City visited at Harry Givens last week Mr J M Jenkins is threshing wheat in this neighborhood this week Harry Givens and family spent Tuesday with relatives at Hawes villeMr Dave Miller visited his daughter at WhitesvilleSunday Miss Mabel Miller is visiting her cousin Mr Miller Holland at Whites vine Mr Robert Miller made a busi ness trip to Fordsville Monday Mrs Fannie Corley is quitesick at this writing Several from this place attended the Picnic at St Thomas Saturday Henry Givens and wife attended church at Oak Grove Sunday andI were the guests of Mr aad Mrs Will SMithlT 4m SOCiAl SENSATIOPII Indiana Man Sued for Alien sting a Wifes Affections Mt Vernon is All Torn up on Ac- Count of the Social- ltevolatlon jInullt Vernon hid Aug 2L e suit involving a so cial sensation which has been the talkof the town for the past two days was filed in the circuit court late by John Ingle ISaturvlltyaftornoonattorney against known real r tate dealer and capitalist In th complaint Mr Inglchardt charges Pfister with alienating the atfectlonsIof his charming young and prays judgment of 10000 against Pfister Mr Inglehardt is a prominent sa loon man of Mount Vernon having the respect of the people of this town and hiscomplaint against Pfis ter is an interesting document I recites Pfisters alleged relationn- with Mrs Inglehardt running ove a period of several years charges Pfigter with contriving and wilfully intending to injure the plaintiff and deprive him of the love comfort so ciety and association of his wife and alienated and destroyed her offer tions from him And by reason o these premises the plaintiff has wholly lost the comfort society and assistance of his wife all of which malconduct on the part of Mr Pfis ter has caused Mr Inglehardt to suffer great distress in body and mind to his damage of 10000 wort of balm The filing of the suit has produced I IIi Mr Inglehandt h1i family of two children and Mr PfislEIr is also married and has a wife and several children and one son in the navy He is worth probably I0000 to IQi 000- r The case comes up for trial at the August term of court which begins the last week in August and runs in to September It will probably be tried the first week in September and promises to be the most sensational trial ever held in this court FIRE AT PRENTIS Destroyed U G Whalens Store- House and Entire Contents Except Some Powder What proved to be a very destruc tive fire was discovered in the sto building of Mr Ulyssus Whalen at 230 oclock Tuesday morning The store was about fifty yards from Mr Whalens residence and the fire was discovered by him while he was up getting water for his little boy Dr Henry Smith was asleep in the office of the store and was awoke by Mr Whalen barely in time to make his escape On viewing the situation more fully after Dr Smith had been rescued it was seen that nothing of any importance could be saved as the roof of the building was about ready to fall in so to lessen th dangers of the conflagation as muc as possible the explosives including three kegs of powder nnda lot of shells were carried out these to gether with an office desk being the sum total of the property saved The origin of the fire is entirely unknown and nothing specially points to an incendiary The entire loss including building and stock is estimated at 5800 with about 3500 insurance Courses of Study The following courses of study are given by the Southern Normal School and BovlingGreenBusinessUniver- city State Teach era EngineetiltkPreparatory Sci entific Classical Elocution Law al Music Irwttumental Mu Business ShortKanclTypewHting b x Telegraphy Address H II land resident Bowling Green No Pardon for miners IIopltkPC Ky Aug 22A communication from Joy J C w1 Beckhajn wag received here today stnUnglhtit he hart carefully review ed the far Is relating to the arrest trial and sentence of John Woodruff and Francis Drake and had come to canAwan oat tVACra execu tive clemency Woodruff and Drake are servillE ifs sent Icef in the pen itentiary for complicity in the mur der of Deputy Sheriff Robert H Coffey The trial teas one of the hardest countyewere prs e miners salon which with relatives and friends rallied to the support There way a strong array of legal talent on both sides and every point was wnrmy contested Deputy Sheriff Coffey was killed during the labor troubles at Empire in 1901 while purminga party of men on the Recentt secrrre OIL PROBABLE Old AgoiShows Excellent Signs- f Oil and Gas JOfviij Dr JB Wills of Cleveland Ohio who has hnd several years experience in the oi atsdgas business visited the oldoil ell about two miles east IIof Hartford yealbrday morning and splendid indications of both oil and gas He says that gas and t h tt9StdundloRetl1ernruU conjunction with salt water and lie believes thatby going two hun dred feet deeper abundance of these products will be found as the salt water is already flowing freely from the old well and evidences of illuminating gas can plainly be seen Mr Wells thinks that the stratta below which the disintegration of carboniferous matter which produces oil and gas has not been reached and he thinks from the geological forma tion of this part of the State that that stratta would be reached at 1 500 feetConsidering the experience of Dr Wells in the oil and gas business the report of his should encourage the owners of the oldoil wellsite materially The Indians are Coming When the Nebraska Indian Bas Ball Team comes to the field with scowling faces and savage thrgrand stand begin to grow nervous There is no occasion for thishowever The Indians are simply showing their irrepressible spirits and never have any trouble with anyone Those who see their game with Ohio county teamin the FairGroundsat Hartford Kyon Saturday September the 16 1905 certainly have a treat in store 6t4 p SOcToLivermoreandReturnThe an excurSion for colored folks Hartfordhleave Hartford wharf at 4 oclock sharp Return leave Livermore at 4 oclock p m Round trip tickets 50 cents W M FORMAN CaptninI 150 INDIANAPOLIS AND RETURN 150 MBle Four Route Sunday Aug 27th Special train leaves 7th St Union Depot Louisville at 8 oclock a m Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union Depot at 7 oclock p m Get tickets at city ticket office 259 4th Ave and at depot- S J GATES Gen Agt r rn 1 1 OHO COUNTY LEAD MINE Muny Years Ago tile Riflemen Secured Their Supply of Lead From It Narrows Ky Aug 23ln a con versation here a few days ngo the chance mention of lead mines brought to light tho fact that there is a deposit of very pure lead on Rurh liver here The location of the lead deposit wcI known to and frequently visit ed ly the early settlers of this com munity nearly a century iigo had boon all but forgotten when Eugene Kirby a merchant here recalled the inrident as he had heat d it from his father many years ago When their attention was called to the mat ter several very old citizens recalled the fact 01 the existence of the lead de posit though it had not been men tioned in the community for nearly half a century The story of the discovery use and losing of the lead mine as re called by the older citizens is very interestingAbout century ngo when the early settlers thought that only snakes frogs and mosquitoes could live In Rough river flats tho large river bottoms were used only for hunting grounds Free Jack an old negro who had earned his freedom in some way is said to have discovered the mine in the early part of the last century The negro ignorant of the extent of the deposit concealed his find for several years but finally led his white neighbors to the spot and for many years the riflemen of the adja cent hills got their lead supply from this source The deposit was on the river bank and was exposed only a erylowwaler Thebuildingof the mill dam about seventy years ago at what is now Dundee kept the water over the deposit so long that its very existence was almost forgotten The exact location of the ore is not known but it is recalled that it was near where large rocks project out into the river and this occurs at only two points one of which is here and the other one on W H Carters farm about a mile below here No definite steps have been taken to wards locating the mine nor will there likely be by local people as the effort would involve the removal of the mill dam at Dundee NARROWS Aug 23The corn crop here is the heaviest since 1895 It has been one of those rare seasons when both hills yieldio crop than last year is notup to the aver theeten years Joe Sam Bennett J W Thomas and Frank Foreman have especially fine crops of tobacco The bridge crew of the I C Rail road is putting in a new stone plat form at the depot here John P Johnston Is building a new residenceB has moved his stock into his new business house near the depotA of children here have thoughttMrs J B it Allie Wimps tt went to Owensboro WednesdayClarence Armendtof Louisville who has been visiting relatives here and at Dundee will return home Fri day The candidates for County Attorney were here with us this week Mr Woodward was here Tuesday and Mr Barnes was here Wednes dayThe new baptist church in process of construction here is nearing corn pletion It will be a beautiful structure when completed John Godsey is having a fine residence erected near Olaton J A Bowling Sons are the contractors Claude Renfrow and Henry Cartr will ship a car load of stock from here Tuesday Morton Kuykeridoll has been ap L Ir PELVIC CATARRH WAS r DESTROYING HER LIFE PERUNA SAVED HER Miss Maria Ducharmc 182 St Eliza both street Montreal Can writes- I I am satisfied that thousands of women sailor because they do not realize how bad they really need treat merit and feel a natural delicacy in con sulting A physician ur felt badly for years had terrible pains and attunes was unable to attend to my dally duties I tried to euro my pelf but finally my attention was called to an advertisement of Peruna In a j similar clUe to mine and 1 decided to i give it a trial My Improvement began as soon as t started to use Peruna and soon I was mylifeacknowledgethis Thet 4 fdrtfto medical advice All correspondence strictly confiden tint pointed carrier on rural route No 2oiout from this office September 1 i Mr Charles Rasson known locally as Shane Rasson died of stomach trouble at his residence near Bar retts Ferry last week Mr Rasson had been in ill health for about two years He leaves a wife and chil drenBen Stevens and family of Nash ville Tenn are visiting relatives at Olaton Mr Stevens was formerly a teacher and well known citizen of this end of the country and his many friends are glad to meet him again Mr Stevens and family are among the thousands of refugees from the yellow fever district of the south and they will remain here until fall PLEASANT RIDGE Aug 24Rev T J Ratcliff of Fordsville preached at the Baptist church Sunday and Rev 11 W Gor don of Alabama preached Sunday j night Bro Gordon is a fine speaker and every one enjoyed the splen did sermon Revs Campton and Nowlin of Owensboro preached at the birthday dinner given by the Ladies Aid So ciety for the benefit of the church Saturday There was a good crowd present to hear them and every one enjoyed the excellent talks made by both speakers The dinner was quite a success in every respect Mrs Hettie Fields and daughter of Owensboro are visiting friends and relatives here Miss Grace Howard of Owens boro is visiting the Misses Burr this weekMiss Eisabel Idson Owensboro who has been visiting relatives here returned home Monday Misses Effie Render and Ethel Westerfield of Hartford who have been visiting relatives here returned home Tuesday Mrs J F Davis and daughter Miss Nora left today for Evansville to visit relatives Misses Susie and Nancy Barnhill and Messrs Walter May and J P Haynes Owensboro attended the birthday dinner here Saturday tiftWftta JEST Salve rot PIHIBM sna 7 lelL ts11lttri r w a- 1t4 AFTER fORTY MS He Paid His Debt With Six Per Cent Interest Creditor had Forgotten tbe Whole inicdcnt but Debtor Refreshed His Memory W W Pnlmure of Hirers Valhy XBOA that one honest individual 1 ir ml hiTt after his faith in iran tin I lfontiniK to grow says a jqje iii troy ijlasgow Ky In lv7 lit loaned Martin Skags of dn ntiii county EO Skag s vva 4iit a young man andat tie bt rnnrvr of the Civil War enlisted IV more hoard that Skaggs was killt ithdgnvG up hisSlSO aa lost He made no further investigation of tho matter Gradually the incident ncuvod from his mind A day or two ago Palm ne was in Brownsville and was introduced to iikajrgs The latter questioned Pal more closely and finally said that h owed him 1SO and interest since 1857 So completely had Palmore lost all memory of the matter that he informed Skaggs that he was mis taken that he had never seen him before and that even if Mr Skaggs was correct the debt had long since been canceled by the statues of limi tationSkaggs however insisted that h knew what he was talking about an had the money in the bank to pay just obligation He finally pulle- Palmore into the bank and began t calculate the interest on a basis of pax 0 cent which was legal in 1857 Palmore however declined to accept this and a compromise of Ii per cent was finally reached Skaggs then paid Palmore li8 principal and the interest on 180 for 48 years Deafnoss Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the tar There is only one way to cure deafness and that is constitution al remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition f the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition hearing will he destroyed forever nine cases slur of ten are mused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of themu coos surface We will offer One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Denfne caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure send for cir uit cs free F J Cheney n Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggist 7i c Tak Halls Family Pills for con Jtintion m True Philosopher Lightening set your barn on fmv Yes Thunder shout your house downThats what Well how do you feel abmt it Thankful that theres still left HJgh land on which to shout hale I t lm- u Poisons In Food terhnps you dont realize that traciv pain poison originate in your fvd but some day you may ftdIt twinge of dVHpejwia that willcon virce you Dr Kings New life Pills tini eunranteed to cure all sickness fomlIIttrnfftn Rro drug store Tiy Them I Cure for Ivy PolsonIThis fs the season person win takes woods rambles is very like ir to suffer for days thereafter with xlleii wrists and itching hands s irtimo suffering real agony from vy poison Poison oak Tt torch like the copperhead tmakesI in the hills in that both seems to try j hard to torture human beings with their poison awl will dii so if they I cr e to close especially in the Dining A physician once told usj Mat there was nothing that Oullll furehy poisoning qiicikly but that c factoring it and letting it alone took alout equal time so he advised washing the parts elected quiet often I t Women as Well as Me Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor In one also and cheerfulness coo n disappear when the kid neys are out of orde- or diseasedKidney trouble has become so 1 that It Is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys If the child urin ales too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be control the passage It is yet afflicted withi bed wetting depend upon It the cause the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the fir step should be towards the treatment of these Important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of theIkidneys and bladder and not to a habit supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sol by druggists fifty cent and dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall free pamphlet tell prevalent III ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer aned Dont make any mistake but rerpem the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BlnghamlonN and letting it take its course Now the cure consists in a very simple adherence to two things Preventing the spreading of the poison and dry ing it up quickly Its spread can on frdwater cure y witdh anoy store as skin has been dried Every camp outfit should contain a fourounce bottle of grindelia Its cure is very rapid and it soon stops the almost unbear able itching by which ivy poison is first noticed This remedy is a very old one but it is not known as well as it should be STATE RAISES FROGS Pennsylvania Shipping 300000 From One of Its Hatch eries tWMbore IVniil Itfptibllcnu The largest lot of frogs even grown in captivity in Pennsylvania is now being distributed from the Pleasant Mount hatchery in Wayne county Fish Commissioner Meehan decided last year to add frog culture to th service rendered by the Fish Commission and a few were raised at Curry and the Erie hatcheries an distributed The experiment was successful and frog raising it was decidedshould also be tried the new Pleasant Mount Station There the frog crop has been entirely successfully and the 300000 that were raised are now being sent out These frogs will be the only ones the people will get from the state this year as the experiment proved a failure this season both of the Erie and Corry At Erie an epidem ic got in among the pollywogs and at Corry more than 100000 small frogs were eaten by snakes The process of raising young frogs is exceedingly interesting When four or five days old they are ready to ship and are from litoSJ inches long When 12 days old they are worth 2 cents a piece for bass bait I so there is money in raising frogs if one knows how since it is possible I Iiacres are in cans of 100 each packed simply in wet j mossThe 300000 on hand are not nearly enough to supply the requisitions which come from every county Fish commissioner Meehan will in the fall issue bulletins from the re ports of the Superintendents of the fish hatcheries giving their experi ence at frog raising for the benefit publicI than raising of poultry A frog a weekold planted now will be fit for the table next year and in two years will be a monster Two kinds of frogs the greenhead and the Western were raised at the hatchery but the greenhead is per feared by epicures The market price of edible frogs is from 150 to 3 a dozen USB Early RisersTho famous little pills GHOSTSnRemarkable Result of Flashlight Pictures of Man i and Wife Ltn luUIIllllI1 rilnte you ever seen the photograph of nghostV was the odd ques lion propounded by a guest at theI Aragun to his companions nt din neroIThose to whom the question was addressed replied that they had not only never seen the phonograph of theysnever so as snapshot man getting in his work 011I the spirit VotldIWell I am not in any sense of the word Spiritualist cantinI ued the man who had asked the question but 1 firmly believe that I have seen in fact my wife has at home phonographs of sure enough spirits of the dead I am sorry I cant show you the pictures themselves as they are to me at least intensely interesting Several years ago we were in a monthhhgone so take charge of a job of work in my line for which my bid had been ac cepted The job kept me there mostJ of the winter and I took my with me During our stay there we board ed at the home of a prominent young busines man and found it very pleas whco were pretty well advance in years and pretty well fixed financially too resided immediately across the stree t It was from that we first learned the family were were firm believes in Spiritualism In fact the old man regarded himself as endowed in a rare degree with the faculties of a medium After the discovery of the fact that they were Spiritualists they made strenuous efforts to convert both my wife and myself but neither one of us entertaining the slightest sympathy with any sort of superstition they made little headway in their efforts at conversion However they frequently made the stateI ment that they would at some timeI producesuch overwhelming evidence in favor of their faith that we would be obliged to acknowledge its sounds basis in truth On one occasion the father and son the latter having a camera and the former promising to call up the spirit agreed to take photographs prese ent at experiment and my wife and I both sat for flashlight pictures The myda marvelous likeness of her sister who been dead about 10 years and whom the Spiritualists had never seen or even heard of The picture of the dead girl showed gray and rather mistery but each feature was distinct and the likeness was unmistake ableBeside me in the other picture was an excellent photograph of my father appearing exactly as he used to in the last year of his life I was simply dumfounded at the sight for in the case too the likeness was too perfect to admit of any mistake and of my father also the Spiritualists knew absolutely nothing We have preserved the pictures and they are reguarded as great curios in our family 1 have never been able to find anyone who would give any sort of satisfactory explanation of the phenomenon and while did not in any sentence convert ItImy e the faiths andopinions The whole world is a mystery Soothing and Cooling The salve that heals without ascar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy effects such speedy relief It draws out inflammations soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin disease Dewitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware erouslSoldEclipse of Sun August 30 Poeple raising at five oclock on the morning of August30and trying to see the sun will find the moon in the way The eclipse will only be partial here and can seen better with the aid of smoked or colored glass Half of the sun will be ob served when it raises and the dark v shadow will grow until a bright cres cent is seen then the shadow will recede and by 0 oclock the disc will he clear again I Before the sun raises on the Rocky mountains or more accurately before the earth turns around in it constant west to east rotation fa enough for the people on the Rockie- to i see the sun the moon will have passed out from behind the earth and the sun and the eclipse of 1905 will be over Northern Spain and Canada hold the luck spots this tim where the eclipse will be total be cause the angels of vision will be just right there Universities and astronomical societies all over the world will send expensive expedition these places and continuous pho tographs will be taken for a total eclipse never lasts over six minutes and this one will last only thrteIo AST ore OCA Boar theiiii Kind You Kane Hlwrs BoadS t1llOlI NEW RAILROADI L N Said to be Pushing to Com pletetion Road From MadlI sonvillc to Irvington The Louisville Post says that it is good authority that the Lou willei and Nashville railroad is pushing the construction of the line proposed to be run from Madisonville to Irv ington Ky by the why of Hartford and Fordsville and the road is said to have agreed to purchase the lineI after its completion A compan of Madisonville capitalists propose to build a line from Madisonville t Fordsville where it will connect wit the Fordsville branch to the Louis ville Henderson and St Louis railway This road would be another step toward a direct line between Louisville and Paducah In view of the fact that is likely to become an Ohio river crossing before many years the IIN is said to be anxious to get a better approach and more direct tin to that place than it now has Al present that road reaches Paducah only by running so far south that it almost reaches Tennessee and another road hasa district advantage The proposed road will till a valu able area of undeveloped country and should the L S N secure the new branch it would be hut a step to connect Madisonville with Paducah IIthedirect route to Paducahtl IIQ C U nrivulecl M ua+ A ttractlve aXenNw11YN111eXXN i l25C IHUNGRY FI sil Milked Cows which Cooled off in Irrigations Ditches haul4txwvtIlRwore fish stories To change the subject interrupted Charles n Pierce 1vo been having a div of a time with some I ranchtj The ranch covers a lot of reclaimed j III1whereworld and beautifully adapted toj dairying lint during the I weather of the past several wetks everything has been going wrong with till CIIWS I have some import shorthorns that hold world record as producers of cream and butter but strange to relate nilof their records have been going wrong We got a pint anda half from on ofour bi milk one inffwrong with their fetal for the grass a foot high in the pasture WtV el been opening the floodgates anil let tins the river water run into the ditches and during the hot weather I the cows hove been lying around the water half the time 1 somethingrsolve the mystery until one of the dairy hands went fishing the other day and brought in some rare that he caught in one of the ditches river is full of immense carp and large numbers of them had passed through the floodgate into the paw ture Say you wont believe it- o but the carp that fellow caught were 1full of milk up to their eyebrows Those ravenous fish have been milking those shorthorns all slimmerI rAgonIzing Burns Are instantly relieved and perfectly Solvehwrites I burnt my knee Jd read ful that it blistered all over Buck lins Arnica Salve stopped thejpain Alsolc a Z Wayne Griffin tC Bros druggist Strange Fires Dust is a wonderful producer of fires There have been instances in post offices where the dust of the mail bags suspended in the rear of a close room exploded with terrific force Dust explosions are of fre Itailor BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 750 tot100 0The Oraphophono roprotuoon all kinds of i music porfootly hand orchestra violin tovocal and Instrumental solos quartettes etc It Is an ondloss source of amusement lou- rOrIginal Loud lcu- lBrilliant InspirIng r 11111111111114111X1XMIXINIX111IYM I NIXIIININIIINpINYM111X11xIMIII41N i COLUMBIA I Gold Moulded d1RecordsLXwllnl1111111 calit1miry cleaning of clothes rag dippccl in miptha is frequett Ii 11 used in removing grease spots fun garments The rag soaked with ir flammable fluid is thrown upon Hi flour When the shop is close Iii and the air is confined the naphtha soaked material will of itself gen ate fire Hales of cotton pluv the hold of a ship are often ti cause of disastrous tiros Kreiiiif ly a amrk from a cigar finds M ales lag plnoe in a cotton botlwhur 4 1 sinouldtro for weeks Tlifdnrk im in tenement houses Is the indirc originator of tires Greasy mattm or small heajw of paper lie alu A match not extinguished aerg cite stub is thrown down and a blr results OASTOAA s A iBntae1M Kmd 1ku Han blatn RorI JldrfIReal or Fancied III eI1lltt can I do for you sir n ed tIll drug clerk 111cllreplied the man n i iiII want Yes sir interrupted the brigd clerk bronto for yourself or strjli nine for them- Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings fI New Discovery For PmaA Perfect For All Throat and Cure 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Utah mine uwncer who contributed wag on and horse to assist the unfortunate in their extremities while other miners were equally generous according to the extent of their pas sersions i Manuel Espulviadn his wife and three children one a child of fou years hud set out for Uvada Utah IIIto journey by wagon to Searchlight All went well until after the family left Moapa Then heavy winds and ruins surrounded them and in Reeking shelter they lost their road For two days the family searched when just at sunset on the second day their hopes arouse by Kspul viada imagining that he had just made out the outline of a train rfad Soff on the horrizon If they i get back to the railroad they knew they would bo saved and assured that their dilemma was past they f urged their jaded horses calculating to reach the railroad before morning and find nearby shelter from the days heat Mile after mile they drove The object Espulviada had described as a train hail been swallowed up in the night He wondered why he did not reach the rails but only when the Hush of morning opened before him a sea of trackless sand on all sides would he admit that he had been de ceived and was in a worse plight than everHe found himself and family far out on the scorching desert the sun already above the eastern horizon and not a sign of shelter in sight 4 How they pulled throngh that day which was blistering hot the man Icannot explain He and his wife en dured the pangs of hunger and suf focations without a murmur bothI fearing to touch a drop of the precious supply of water for fear the children might need it yrLatein the afternoon their hopes vure a raised by the sight of a- c1un j7lf trees and a lake They could see the surface of the blueI sheet of water ruining beneath the breathof wind and it almost seemed that they could feel the cool breezes For fear that they were deceived he held the fouryearold child in his arms and pointed towards the IIICI ture asked What is there Water was the reply But the perceful lake was too ethereal to last p and tad soon faded away in rolling billows of heat which a few minutes afterwards looked much like an im mense drove of sheep and Espulvia dn in horror realized that these fascinating pictures before them were but the deceptive work of the heat anti that probably the tr alnI which had led him so far was of this same character That night they were again caugh- in a violent storm which soaked them throught but replenished their water supply and undoubtebly sav I ed them from perishing of thirst Next day they kept the children wrapped in rainsoaked blankets as a protection from the heat and that afternoon another electric storm arose nwkwhen ntits height the horses became frenzied with fear and running away wrecked their wagon Only when the wagon was upset and broken and one horse had been so badly injured that it was useless did the runaway stop and then itI was found that the smallest child was missing Distracted with grief I t the father set back afoot to find it and after wandering aimlessly was found by two miners They guided Espulviada back to his wrecked wag on and assisted the family to camp m and were preparing to take up the search for the missing child when another Mexican arrived He was worked to a high pitch of excitement and told how he had been chased by a wild animal He sometsuddenlysprang up from the sand 7and rearing upon his hind feet had started toward him uttering a wild cry while its forelegs outstreatched in his direction He would have shot the creature but was to scared Espulviada grew excited whenhe e I tJ1OI tttc trv heard the story and hardly giving the other two miners time to collect their thoughts he had grabbed the Mexican by the arm and was drag ging him toward the desert exclai ming Tell me where you saw my child Quick tell me It was a fact that the Mexican had been startled by the child who seeing tin- man rushed crying toward him fo succor The Mexican was asdiligen as the others in the search when he realized that out there on the desert he had left a lost infant and his companions had to run to keep up with him as he retraced his steps and soon had the child tight in his arms The miners took the fomily into Ivanpahwhere Hunter met them and a general division af money and provisions took place the little fami ever1 supplied for the remainder of the trip and with men who knew the road thoroughly to guide them Pleasantly Effective Never in the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never failing in results are 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 tonic and strengthen the liver Cure Jaundice Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro VALUABLE WHISKY Lost FiftyThree Years Ago Be Recovered From Steamboat If the latest story which come out of the upper Missouri River is true the news will cause delight to lovers of good whisky The sale report has been sent abroad at ir regular intervals for years but thi time it seems to have some founda tion on fact The story is to the ef feet that after lying in the mud ant sand of the Missouri River for 53 years the old steamboat City of New Orleans has been uncovered by the recent high water and its cargo of aft barrels of whisky will probabl- be recovered The City of New Orleans was one of the early steamboats which plied the Missouri River and was owned by Captain La Barge of St Louis In 1852 the boat went up having aiin cargo of 100 bat rels of whisky for a fur trader near Sioux City During the night the boat struck a snag and sank the crew taking to the boats Originally the cargo was supposed to have been valued at 75000 but whisky that has been ripened undisturbed in the dark for 53 years i worth much more than nine cents gallon today John McCarthy and another resi dent of Bellevue were rowing to the mainland it is said when they were astonished to see the remains of the old boat imbedded in the sand The story of the City of New Orleans i known all along the river here and Excitte soon was made a hasty examination and discovered whisky barrels in the hold but none has yet been recovered Arrangements are being made hereto take the barrels from the wreck EatingTake Kodol Attar After a hearty meal a dose of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure will prevent an attackor Indigestion Kodol is a through digestant and a guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on the Stomech Weak Heart Sour Risings Bad Breath and all Stom ache troubles Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro His Summer Programme How do you expect to pass the summerOh suppose I will pass it as usual answered Mr Camrox wish had gone somewhere el- seCONTINUE Thosp who pre training flesh and stronjrth Dy regular treat mentwlch Scotts Emulsion treatmentIn willdoproducts ebasons- end for ireat BOWMK Chonbu 409411 Pearl Stmt New York docadiporsU A BILLION What it Would Mean if Russia Should Hand That Amount Over to Japan lunl rlllelrrald 1000000lso that he will stop It is intimated that Japan will de mand that much indemnity from RussiaIn money it is about 2 000000000 roubles In Japanese money it is about 2000000000 yen Put yourself in Russias place and search yourself for the price of peace No doubt you will decide to pay it on the installment plan or if you are up to the devil wiuycar finance of an ordinary American municipalityyou will consider bonding the debt and letting posterity pay the principal But suppose you decided to tackle the debt yourself If your is 1000 ayesand the great ma jority of incomes are much below thatit would take you 1000000 years to pay it to say nothing of the interest and youd have to go with out eating besides If Russia accepts the indemnity now suggested she will be paying 1333 for each person speaking the Russian tongue The indemnity will be equal to Russias estimated stock- I of gold and silver It will be equiv alent to the value of one sixth of all the gold produced in the world since 1492 The sum that the Japs will get if they do will be equal to 2 a heads for every white inhabitant of thet earth It is a little short of the total coinage of the United Stats beproduction of gold It will amounts to about 75 for every member ofv the yellow race on earth The pop ulation of North America is estimat toIhead It amounts to about 20 for every square mile on the earth asur facetThe receipts of the Louisiana Pur 10yone dred expositions of that kind to earnC such an indemnityIIt two or three times the value of all the coal mined the United States more than two crops or practically five times the dividends paid annually on all American railroads or take your choice of these Onethird of all the pensions paid since 1861 nearly ten times the surplus of all the railroads A billion is about half the amount f the money in circulation in the Unit 11tod States If Japan gets her billion she willI be able to lay about 340 battleships like the Oregon The Only WayIThere is one way of maintaining the health and strength of min sand body except by nourishment There is no way to nourish ex cept through the stomach Thy stomach must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength wit letdown and disease will set up No appetite loss of strength ner vousness 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 Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat and strengthens the whole digestive I apparatus Z Wayne Grif fin Bro A Pair I wish you could recommend good story for me to reata regular harirraiserI knew of such a story Im bald myself iIe h Dangerous and Uncertain ForSunburn tetter and all skin an scalp disease DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has no equal It is a certai- cure for blind bleeding itching an protruding piles It will draw the fire out of a burn and heal without leaving a scar Boils old sores carbuncles etc are quickly cured by the use of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Accept no substitute as they are often dangerous and uncertain Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Oldeet Old Mild I Miss Eliza Williams perhaps the oldesftinmarried woman in the Unit I ed States is a guest of her nephew 0 A Saniers of Kokomo Ind hav ling made the trip by rail and crriage the age of 100 years She will be 101 years old November 1 Miss Williams taught Mr Somers his let ters She has raised several families ofchildren belonging to her relativ es and educated most of them al advantageuwaman Miss Williams astonished all by her memory It had been 22 years since she had been in Kokomo yet by name she asked about neigh bors and chance acquaintances whom it was supposed she had forgotten She identified herself to Mr Somers sun now grown to be a young man by reminding him of a game of tenpins she had played with him when he was a child Miss Williams attributes her long life to notemeddling with other peoples busi ness when it could do her no good She is a great lover of children and spends hours watching them play and in this manner keeps her youth renewedeShe is generally the first person astir about the household She dresses herself without assistance and retiring to the window reads a hymn and a chapter of the Bible Being joked withbecoming childish disproved the assirtion by com mitting a hymn to memory adding another accomplishment to her re cord as centenarian Until 90 years of age she did all her own housework and did her sewing until 98 years old when she gave it up reluctantly yielding to the suggestion that all in this line that could be expected of her had been performed and it was her duty save her strength Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately een making and trying to sell imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds other medicine tnereby defrauding 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 djsease for 35 years A sure protection 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 Chicago mand Windsor Can Z Wayne Griffin Bro The Profession of Getting Hurt Theodore WIteRL Some years ago while preparing- an article on the ingenious strata gems of people who pretend to be ill in order that they may be allowed to occupy a soft bunk in a hospital I was amazed to find a man who complaining of great pain in his toes was having them amputated one by one merely that he night spend the winter in St Lukes Hos pital Now York That seemed the very quintessence of paradox the snatching of comfort from the lap pain But there are people who make a regular business of getting hurt people who are eager to be thrown down and dragged by trolley toeeven court for the sake of a few dollars And the number of these gamblers withi fate is so great that when they flock I thickest there also hurry lawyers who are eager to share in the spoil These extracts and statements give however but an inkling of the real condition and its extent Be signedImany men and women who have entered I into conspiracies to defraud who have undergone torture to bolster I up a case and who have been cor roborated witnesses who were ready to swear to any wild story under the schooling of lawyers to whom the crime of champerty would appear to have become obsolete And this is true not only of one city certainlydobserved the condition in New York Boad found it flagrant indeed and com munications received from many other cities prove it to be wellnigh universal CASTORIAFor InfenU and Children The Kind YM Man Always HOUII Dears tbo- Stgnatntre of III j ntM Avfcgetable Preparationfor As similating lltcFoodandnegula Ung the Stomachs atdBowe s of t Promotes DigeatioaCheerfur j ness and Rest Contains nell OpiumMorphine nor NOT 7 AH C M OTIC rI Apcecl Remedy forConslipa oca Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile signalure or NEW YORK LEXACT CORY 07 WRAPPER For and y i eorPANT Nate 0 III The Seller of the WhY It pangs 0 a AilcnsreofmIlieat becuredbyz urI1 IrUon bnt ron wOIIIJ rather ha Pllnt cnrrd itltliuut tLe knit HAIIKIS IOSITIVE IIIE cum wtlldolt Made only by tUI lltcun l l PbarmarnlCo Inc forcalrby J H Hartford Ky 0 1 I A man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded it of first to yet your training the schools that j very front rank N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Loulsvllle Ky BOOKK teachers each one a eposwl hi hU line for a beautiful book giving testimonials from prominent positions all vpr the Uuited Statesit will be mailed to you FREE School year Studeim enter at any tim E J A JD tuthe animate lhal hi evoke caniw to lm 1 ovej Mitd right oat fot their i rtkuUr punH St- epoetadynwuefed No oudetbeeUrt STEVENS RIFLES PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS fclvt been idoucd la iftfcrroce to ftll tUiti the world tntmdl see wet by fcH porting enM and linte tlealett- A k them a out mke4n lit on eenlrg It Rollaput ill vilh lomethIegJutuout Tb bit tint Stotnt Ami ut ANTIKII fOK VUAttT- Tshallprumn you to U iurt U Ipetlfjf this Um huanmlUinl Send 10 K lumjn foe buttnt Book nd Kill Fiuilt JSTEVENS COP O Box 4092 Chicopee Falls Mau U S A THE is to do your Job Printing in a first CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind Have Aiwa igl1t t In J Use 4i Year- sCASTORIA nIa OllllTaU TONttTr Harris Positive Pile Cure Biggest AgevittcantieIteureecurnplet4tindaNumw WILLIAMS BUSINESS Signatureof HJMFor N 1lhsoluteliw importance at sillodiotha BRYANT STRATTON Business College EEPINdSeven experienced SHORTHAND ist Write TYPEWRITING graduates occupying 1IIIIIIIIIIIt can WRIGHT Prcyiciont- o 11NYBODY theN STEVENS riREARMS QUAD ARMSOTOOL REPUBLICAN prepared class manner You iBaars tooIf Over Thirty Low One Way Colonist Rater VitT Big Four Route- To I CALIFORNIA I WASHINGTONe OREGON IDAHOI I UTAH and InterMttecllnte territory Ticket on Bolo Melt Ito May IB For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets etc call on I agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned WAUIIKN J LYNCH ii V A 1tt- nelatlatl ebb H J OATHS rioneral A wn- tji uUviii Ky gCodol Dyspepsfo J i Digest what you eat e ++ + + ++ ++ M14 +++4i4I14 Hit++++Ho I +++ ++4+ FEMACURAMany remedies for Female illseaeS are un tbf market bnt the only one that hu proven to be an nbtolnte and po Ulrr care tor all lorms of Female Trouble U FEMACUKA A llnffl trial will convince the most skeptical ol Ito almost ml rttealoeeenratlTepdwere Med only b1 the LEITCHKIKU rilAllllACALOO tine For sle by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky nn 1P 4 f- rt1 r S aNUcr d- Y 4i I t Hartford Republican I Untied bj the nnrttord InhllbID lompnnyI- NeotroRATD C E HMITIl Tdlt- urszErrsoirso CtsmbrlarAd 39- Roach 31vr FRIDAY AUGUST 25 REPUBLICAN TICKET roil HKlUKSKXTATIVK CHARLES C BEARD ioit cotSTV JiixiK W B TAYLOR ri COUNTY CIUIKT niiiK W S TINSLFY I FOt COUNTY ATTOUXKV- K M WOODWARD FOIL rillEllllF R B MARTIN roil JAIMIItOSCAR MIDKIFFsI IIHHIXTISIIoISTTOFFCiiO11t JAMES sj DgWERSi tNSlssoltJe r in Fok IUIIIOIIbNATHANIEL mXIEYSc CORONERr ALLENtFOR MAOITRATEmI ilnrtfnrd IMlHct Scliolm Hnrrnw 1 Crom ll Dlntrlrt W V Miller 3 Sulphur Sprln IIItrlelW1I1ID 4 rutdrtrlll Irtrtrlrt Sum Edge 4 llnTord DIMrlct lien S rhmnWrlatn G YnttrtowD P trlct Herbert Mender 1Rnrkpmt Dlitrlct Jolm Mllm 1 FOR CONSTABLE J llnrltoril Mutrlct J 11 lennl + 2 Cromwell VItrlrtlI M Yonnn- iq ynlphnrPprhigIltrtelNnlterlIdklt 4 Itn1vI11eUltrlctIlleddem G Vntrrtoirn lllntrlctW II Hill 7 li etiort IPUttlct Jmimllitrk Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us AN exchange pauses to wmar that some of the Philadelphia edits i have the yellow fever allthe time BEFORE fixing the indemnity Japan probably wants to estimate the amount Russia can raise among her friends As SOON as LaFollette decided to accept the senatorial toga all plan for an extra session of Congre were abandoned A TRIP in a submarine boat is b ing planned for the President certain candidate for President too such a trip last fall M WlTTEnrdeetlsenda heart felt message of sympathy to the fever stricken city of New Orleans The yellow peril is much after him too THE Indiana youngster who kissed two young ladies got ten days in jail which seems exceedingly cheap considering the attractiveness of In diana girls A KANSAS man is delivering a series of lectures on Why I am ila Bachelor It is probably because the Kansas girls have such fine tat and discrimination TILE Russian people are looking forward with much pleasure to the assembling of theNational Congress as a factor in Jte future government of their country How TilE center of thought and attention does shift Last year this time we were paying as much attention to Esopus as we are now giving to Portsmouth IT IS hut a small grain of consolation now to learn from the Fiala Ziegler explorers that the ice cro- at p the north pole promises to be a record breaker again this year THERE is a move on foot to try to prove that Vermont belongs to Canada This seems to be a direct thrust at Secretary Shaws Presidential boom He was born in Vermont COUNT OKUMA Japans leading diplomat and Statesman in a pubjjp the status of peace nego 1tiations says that overconfidence o- t of Japan may cause her 4 lose all she has gained in tin war against Russia OUR efforts to induce the con struction committee to let the con tract for the buildingof the Ambrose ford iron bridge to the lowest re sponsible bidder at public outcry has we believe proven of no avail Last Monday Judge Miller chief member of the committee went to Owensboro his ostensible purpo 1 being unknown but supposedly t meet a representative of the Cham pion Bridge Co and contract fo the building of the bridge If he did so however no final agreement for the building of the bridge was reached for early yesterday morn ing a representative of that compa ny showed up at Hartford and wen at once into secret consultation with the Judge The consultation lasted about two and onehalf hours when the bridge companys man left and it is believed that the contract was awarded his company at this meet ing I mouthIpiecet bases its entire argument for support of its ticket on the alleged fact that some members of that ticket have been instrumental in payhlg off the Herald says 35000 indebtedness of the County It no doubt refers to the indebfeui s JVJijch was reduced to bounded basis i 1S98 which the records show to only 30000 It fails however to I that during the time the indebtedness is alleged to have ben paid the individuals wjjt are credited with its liquidate col lected from she IskltatErso1Ji9 ore county l Venue than was exacted from the people in a corres ponding period just prior thereto It also fails to state the amount that has been borrowed from the various bankslof the county to pay the cur rent expenses It isnt anything great to pay debts if the money is at hand to pay them and no credit isI due anyone for changing indebtedIi ness from one place to is clear to even the casual observer that the Heralds twiddle daddle about the 35000 is the rankest bosh WHITESVILLEk rsAug ltThefortyhour devotion which begun at the St Marys Cath olic church Sunday ended Tuesday at Solemn High Mass which was sol emnized by Rev Father OSullivan assisted by Revs Maquire Ow ensboro Spalding Mottsville Clem ants St Lawrence Too good ser mops were delivered by Father Ma Squires Ethel Cundiff returned to her home in Louisvillee Monday af hereeMiss Artie herekMr George spent Sunday here Miss Lottie Barnhill Providence returned home Tuesday after a weeks visit to relatives here C L Obenchain and Dr Knox spent Sunday in Pellville Messrs Guy Hazel Guy Aull andi Morton Molonon Knoxville were in town Sunday afternoon Miss Zula Boarman and Fielden Morrison spent Sunday in Pellville The Telephone Business is rushing The Home Telephone has sent ou construction crew from Owensboro to construct some lines through the country They now have 101 sub scribersThe S of E will give an ice cream snpper Saturday night Miss Myrtle Nane Philpot visited Miss Zula Boarman the first of the weekMessrs W M Petty and C J Ber ry Owensboro are here working fur the Home Telephone Cot Frank Brooks Owensboro spent Sunday here Mr and Mrs Davis Lewis Station and Mrs Laura Threilkeld Calhoun visited relatives here last week Miss Annie Hickey will leave Sa urday to resume her position as milliner at Sewall W Va She will Get Rid of ScrofulaBunches eruptions Inflammations sore ncnof the eyelids and eon dlieaiei of the boon rickets dr pep la catarrh satins are only come of the troubles It MUIM It li a yery settee ell making baroc oi tbe whole tritem t Hoo4sSarsapauillSredlcaUee aI Io lAyers This falling of your hair I Stop it or you will soon be bald Give your hair some Ayers Hair Vigor The fall ing will stop the hair will Vigorrgrow and the scalp will be clean and healthy Why be satisfied with poor hair when you can make it rich blrbdrnerbIlcame ant I then Irlnl AolMdttlLtfltiiuaoRfIM a bottle J C ATM CO All drufitliti lawNl Mo Thick-k Hair n n nIstop at Cincinnatti while enrouto Virginia I Miss Fannie B Roberts Yelving ton is visiting her uncle Mr D L I Jackson I Miss Blanche Edmonson HortonI tisthe guest of bliss tintrer I Miss Sallie May Louisville is the guest of relatives Mrs Dr Knox hereIMomlaV alter u j 111 Beaver Dam r =a SMALLHOUS Aug 21 Quite a large crowd at tended church at Equality Sunday slrImonDam of Mrs Unice Sam Barnard DrakflIguest of his parents Geo W Barnard and other rela tives j Henry Cummings and wife of near Paradise were the guests of Alva Calloway Saturday night and Sun dayJohn Staples and Miss Fannie Davis Central City attended church at Equality Sunday Oppie Kittinger spent Saturday and Sunday atLivermore the guest of T R Barnard Miss Ethel Hunter is the guest of Miss Fannie Davis this week at Cen tral City Miss Blanche Muir Central City who has been theguestof Miss Fulkerson for several days AbceI turned home Mrs Tom Balls and Miss Sallie Warden Centertown were the guests of Miss Maggie Hunter Sun day Rev Boggess was the guest of Mr M P Maddox Sunday- M D Maddox has accepted the position of VicePresident of West Ky Seminary at Beaver Dam School begins August 28 Wayne Overhults attended the teachers examination at Hartford Friday and Saturday To Consumptives- The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means af tel suffering for several years with- a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anx ious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure Tot those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of thee 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 MDR Aug 22Deputy Sheriff Perry Keown of Hartford was here last Wednesday on legal business- A J Williams of Hartford was lasttWednesday Will Adcox and Miss Lillie Mae Filmore were in Hartford last Wed nesdayA Doss of Central City was here last Thursday Mrs Martha McIntire visited in Beaver Dam last Thursday Mrs Ophelia Harris visited in Bevier last Thursday Mrs J L Neighbors returned from Herrin ill last Friday G W Burton went to Barnsley last Friday W J Sloan was in Rockport last FridayMoses Herre Wysox was the V S AS n guest of his son L E Herrel last Friday and Saturday I Mrs It B Eastin was in Beaver Dam Centertown and Hartfordon business last SaturdayIMrs Owen Hart and sister Miss Ines Duke spent Saturday and Sun day at South Carrollton I Chas Stewart Horse Branch was L here last Sunday De Witt Williams spent the day in I Hartford last SundayIi onVil1elndlI here yesterday I I Ed Cooper went to Clarksville Tenn yesterday and returned today j Owen Leach Livermore was here toda lwftjIi a few days visit in Central I Master Everotte Brown of Centralj City is the guest of Prof and Mrs V M Moseley Mrs Will Moy Linton Ind is the i guest of her sisters Musdnnu C C and R F Buizo Gus W Baize was in Hartford j todayRobert Miller Taylor Minus was here today thelsickW DeMont of nuisville was here todaIIHartford Old Well EstabliskiLReliaule I It has educated more successful then and women than any other Institution in this part of the State Its graduates are numbered among j the prominent men and of every honorable profusion trader industry roil calling in life Three fourths of the teachers of Ohio county t have raceived training within its walls Business Department j The Business Department will be conducted by Miss Nettie Rogers j who after graduating in a business college with the highest honors was I elected to a responsible position in a business college in West Virginia j which position she resigned to come here She will also teach by correspondence First Term Opens Sept 4 05 Third Term Opens Jan 16 06 Expenses are as low or lower than in any other firstclass institution Catalog free Address Ih N GRAY President OOOOOOOOOOOO e- EPARNESBRO I j Stoves Stoves Ioe The most essential to satisfactory housekeeping is Mimething to cook nod an O K Cook Stove to cook it on Ita pleasure to get a meal on one I of the 0 K Jewels The hacks last live years All the fire box linings will lust much longer any other make of stove Kasy to operate tllanI Ian ornament to your kitchen GIRLS dont you agree to marry any 9 until he promises to huy for your kitchen im O 1C snake of Stove r 0 IUTOVES UNO RANGES AhWAYSIN STOCK c Wagon Wagons I The hauling season is here and nrlulyof you will find yourselves I1frll1tellwith the necessity of buying new wagon We are in n position to serve you well in this line Having all sios in Low and High Wheels of thy Old Hickory told Tennessee Wagons If you are in need of a Wag on ur Buggy conn to IllillI We will I make it interesting for yon Ollainr is Beaver Dam Ky lrJl 06 Jy sWVVliVWV gSB5 E5 EE USTHE NEWS IN BRIEE I i Long 6c CosO2- STO3iv S STORE Shoe News Having thoroughly cleansed our shelves of all Shoes that are not just uptotheminute and put them out on Bargain Counters and filled them full and running over with the very latest IIand newest stylest and lasts from the Peters Shoe Co we cordially invite the public to call and in spect our line of Shoes and get posted in styles and prices We dont mean we will have them We have them now Tne styles and different lasts are too numerous to mention Just ask to themWe have Bargain Counters in Shoes similar to what you saw here during our Special Shoe Sale on the 18th and 19th White Canvass Shoes will go at cost for the rest of the season Mens LowCuts and Ladies and Childrens Slippers going at cost4 5 Clothing News They are here now for Old Men Young Men Boys and Youths We are confident we can show you the most complete and uptodate line of Clothing ever shown in Hartford Suits that are made for men who know they have a good figure and dress up to it Fashion finds its most compli mentary interpretation in our Clothing Come in and let us show you through our stock Skirt News They are now on display Not tomorrow but today So many new styles and new shades And oh my how nice they are made The quantity is great and the HtylesverylaV tmost of the weaves are new and the price is right too Come and look through and if we havent your exact size we take your measure and get your skirt in three or four days afterwards Fit 4 5 guaranteed Neckwear News For gentlemen A big line of the very newestjthings will be on display Saturday All the new styles and new shades in Four inHand Ascots Midgets Strings and Windsors Young man if you want a nice new Tie for Sunday come and inspect this stock of Ties August25thUnderwear department Hosiery department Ladies Neckwear department Shirt department 7 White Goods department F Hartforde Kentuckye I III I yre r KT V 14 a d + I h 2 2 Y f IsFairstIii U 1 4tFirst that we may have shelfroom for our l 4 j Fall Merchandise And then that we may U J make a clean sweep of our entire stock ofU 49 4 UIOc12Ic49 U 49 cidcd to place our complete assortment on fc Jj sale Saturday for 5c oCi H Ci b I UI 1 41tCl J Never carry over stock is our motto even b Jj if it must go at a loss So for one day only U next Saturdaywe will have on sale 25 g doz Ladies Vests former price IOc for on Jj ly5c Two to a customer j U C1d bit 41For Saturday at Fairs 9U 3 Desirous of giving our trade something of Special Value we have purchased 25 doz e n Ladies Seamless Fast Black Hose double bit Jj heel and toe Hose that we regard cheap i bit at 20c per pair They are on sale Saturday tJ That we may share these goods we only sell i n two pair to a customer The price for tjus j 41 9 day only lOc i n bit Ci u bit 4If interested in these goods you should r49 visit us early Saturday morning The val U 49 ues they are and the low prices we make it 49 will make them moveU4 h bit 11AT e bit J fSi Bargain Center ae41 Ci 901 rAlftDCALEPA Ci 41 U- v y Hartford Republican 2iIFRIDAY AUGUST 7 Illinois Central Railroad Tlm e TableIi North Hound NolSilu4OT urn No lKt lIMpni Nn1031117T 1111 ISoNo 101 do TM p ra So 131 dtif HOj 111I I WOTIUK Till HHIUIIMOAN Will print tree of charge Memory Hotter OblinHHn Be olnllonii or Rrnpecl tha rxlrnl ol IBO word nCbelRteoii y wiry le it word in every thtonce Mr W P Midkiff called to see us Tuesday Burial Caskets for sale by P L Wood Ceralvo Ky42t12 Nat Lindley Point pleasant called to see us Wednesday Try that Vegetable Soup at City Restaurant So good City Restaurant for Ice Cream and all kinds of Cool Drinks Dr A D Park Rockport was a pleasant caller Tuesday Bring your Eggs Feathers and Chickens to Carson Co Come to Carson Co for Clothing at reduced prices Mr EJ Leach Beda was a pleasant caller Wednesday Mr MarvinMoselexaallpepl4JJh y weekl with relatives at Dundee Cheese Sausage Crackers and Cokes at City Restaurant Mr SW Tichenor Point pleas FridayIIWe have a good lot of Gents and Percals CARSON Co Mr W W Loyd Barretts Ferry was a very pleasant caller Wednes day For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office Owenstlwuek My isnt that Fresh Fish at City Restaurant fine Mackinaw Trout Try it Mr W C Smith McHenry was a very pleasant caller while in town Tuseday Soda Water Lemonade Pop Coca Cola Orange Juice Cherry Phosphate Soda Cream c at City Res taurant Miss Annie Belle Allen Havvesville Is the guert of her sister Mrs John B Wilson Notice the reduction that we are making on our Low Cut Shoes CARSON Co IMr L C Goring City was th of relatives and friends at Ow ensboro last Sunday I VMMHW W M that our o untilrAugust 4 CARSON 4Co K Leave your laundry at Cletfe Ilers groCery Work guaranteed Prompt Richmond Laun 1aryI1p Miss Artie Wedding is the Attest of relatives at Whitesville City Restaurant will be load with good things during Circu Court Messrs D W Guynn and R B Easton Render were pleasant callers W e llesdayiMr John D Duke Horton was the guest of Mr Tr H Black the fin of the week Mr Bertha Hopkins Louisville is the guest of the family of Sheriff Cal P Keown SFMr Oscar Midkifl Republican nominee for jailer was ti pleasant caller Monday Mrs F E Keown ill tho guest of her parents Mr and Mrs James Smith at Noka Ky After a few days visit to his tam ly here Col C 11 Barnett returned to Louisville Tuesday Miss Bessie Morton left Tueslla for Owensboro where she will be th guest of Miss Hullie Morton If you want Lawn Dress Goods at thirtyfive per cent less than thei real value visit Carson Co Post master Wood Tinsley lef Tuesday for Dawson Springs He will return the first of next week The Leitchfield and Taylor Mines base ball teams will cross bats at the Fair grounds hete next Saturday Miss Olive Carson went to Louis ville Monday to study the new styles in Millinery preparatory to the fall trade But one marriage license A H Stewart Select to Ina Raymer Renfrow has been issued since our last report Mr Lew Weber wife and daugh ter Mitts Mercides Owensboro are the guests of Mr Webers uncle Mr Louis Gunther Mr Marvin Miller Palestine Texas arrived in the county last Saturday to be the guest of rela tires and friends for several days Miss Hcttie Reynolds is in Louisville studying the new styles prepar story to assuming change of Fair Cos Millinery department this fall Mrs Lizzie Hocker of Stanford Ky and daughter Mrs Bagdy and son Duncan of Covington Ky are visiting Mr G G Fair and family Messrs W S Tinsley Wayn- Stevens John T Moore and J F Vickers returned Tuesday from Ow ensboro where they had been attend ing the Knights Templar lodge Mrs A A Coppage and granddaughter of Memphis Tenn win have been the guests of Judge an Mrs R R Wedding have gone to i Barretts Ferry to visit relative Messrs R B Martin W H Barnes and Judge J P Miller of the Hartford Masonic Lodge attend ed the funeral and burial of Mr J T Smith at Fordsville last Thurs day Miss Hattie Barnett left yesterday morning for Louisville where she joined her father Col C M Barnett leaving that afternoon for Niagara Falls She will be gone about a week FOR SALE 100 acres of land TOacres in high state of cultivationlying QPI posite the Ohio County Fairgrounds Also one house and lot in Hartford For price and terns call on CAL P KEOWN tf Hartford Ky A petition has been filed in the County Clerks office praying for a liquor election at Centertown The date for holding the election will probably be fixed on or about OctoI ber 14 by Judge Miller at the next regular term of County Courti The most famous Base Ball team in thecountry is the Nebraska In dians This organization Is of genuine American Savages The wilt play the Ohio county team at Kyeon 1905 Gt4 Commonwealths Attorney B D Ringo and his estimable family left Wednesday for Owensboro twhere they will reside in the future Mr Rlrtgos official duties require presence at Owensboro more the hisfason1th D11It W CI 11 Tl 0 Mil who f6nneiv resided here is vi friends md relatives in lil1gI itand Ohio county after twentythree years The Doctor was for mal ur8 associated inI JIWFord and Wells But for the five or six years has been interested stin the oil business at Cleveland an also member of an oil cuiiiiiany whic- operated in Southern Kentucky NotfceIAll claims t c1cceal1cdsame to me properly proven on or before October 1 1905 for payment or they will be forever barred Any one knowing themselves in debted to John B Foster deceve- are notified to call and settle pllyand save additional costILA VISA B FOSTER Admr of John B Foster deceased SELECTe I Aug 21We are lots of rain for the time of year Granger Arbuckle visited friends rand relatives here last week The camp meeting at Warrens attendedt visited P Ranney and family Sunday Jack Etherton visitedlrelatives here last week Mr and Mrs V P Allenvisited J B Allen and family Sunday Sam Wilson has been employed to furnish the schoolhouse at Oak GroveLaura Kimble visited relatives at Baizetown last Sunday Lee Mason will move to this neighborhood soon The series of meetings that is being conducted at Baizetown is progress nicelyMr Shields is repairing his dwelling Guy Ranney visited Basil Stewart and family Sunday The spelling at Oak Grove last Friday night was largely attended- A H Stewart and Miss Raymer were quietly married last Saturday Bill Allen who was stabbed a few weeks ago is recovering Mr and Mrs J W Keown visited Mr and Mrs T F Awtry Sunday JAKing will move to Beaver Dam soon J M and 11 S Shultz have sold their farm here to M P Daugherty Mrs Halloway is visiting her grandson Ozias Taylor 4 IndianeTerritory I School at this place is progressing nicely I I George Arbuckle who got his foot t broke ufew days ago is recovering t BCDA IIAug 23Rev R D Bennett Hartford preached at the C P church Sunday J C Bennet and family Hartford are visiting the family of W G Ben nett near here 1 Several from here attended ser vices at Nocreek Sunday School opens at this place Monday with Prof C K Carson as teacher Dr and Mrs J D Stewart spent Sunday with Mrs Stewarts parents Mr and Mrs F W Pirtle near llartfordIMr Fred Anderson and sister Miss Nettie spent Sunday with the Misses Mills Quite a large crowd were in ajt tendance at the singing an Mt Herman Sunday afternoon Miss Dprcy Bennett began her school at Sarvice Hill the 21 CENTERTOWN- Aug 23Mrs Robert Rowe is very sick at her home on East Church St Mrs WT Roark is in the country visiting A I Williams and family C K Reneer was elected as Marshal by our town trustees this week Helfrich Bishop is slowly recover ing his serious illness W A Rone and family have mov ed to Beaver Dam B Boskett has taken charge of ythe Rone property I Rev C W Haskins is holding a meeting at Diamond Springs Our school is progressing nicely under the management of Kimmel and Davis MATANZAS Augi 23 Some have began cutting tobacco The crop is very good BaptistrChvulphhereSaturday and Sundayo v Mrs C1 E Smith of Hartford visit t A GOOD CHANCE MISSEDh iridayIIdUY8 and we were unable to wait on everybody Ii So if you have not gotten a pair of our 98c Shoes J you still have a chance to get n pair at that priced J for out of 247 pairs only 38 pair wore left So we j have decided to close these out at J8c These are Jjfc good Shoes regular Price 4115 to 4200 Have J received an elegant line of fall Shoes in all leath j ers und styles Wo still handle the Hamilton Ii Brown Shoes Every pair guaranteed to give J satisfaction fti ClothifigsIn the latest styles and all grades Wo are re ceiving a larger line of Clothing for this fall than ever before Wo have our Clothing department on the first floor so when you are in town just step in and look through our stock Our Hats P sold Gents Furnishings department is com plele = A Leading Specialty Wo have a beautiful line of Fancy Top Shirts pthat cost you anywhere else 50c Our price JJ doe F ISamBachp 208 Main StIIHartford a Kv ed relatives here last week Joe Kincheloe and wife of Cen tral City and T R Kincheloe and wife of West Providence were the guests of Rev L W Tichenor SundayC e improvingRoy Livermore visited here Sunday Worth Bell went to Beaver Dam last Tuesday on business NO SILVER IN CHURCH BELL Says Maker of the Articles Old Cannon Proves the Best Material UNo silver in used In church bells sold the bellfounder to time Philadelphia Bulletin reporter People claim there is but I hay assayed many un old bell that canu here to be broken up and never an ounce of silver did I find in ore of them 1 For the best bells we HBP old cannon They give UH the purest umulKiim we can get The tenor I bell I am now making JH composed I of 12 tons of old cannon from Spain These two moftls the core and the cope ure what give the bell Its sweetness ItTs In their cut that the Hecret of bell founding Hex Tim cure is the inner mold it hUH I the exact shape of the bells inside The cope or outer mold bus the exact shape of the bells outside uWe fit the cope over the core and Into the space between the molten metal is run When the metal luis hardened and cooled the bgil is finished save for its clap per M T To tune belle it it necespary to drip 1g sout Y off hem Our belt tuner is a good He has composed a umber of hymn i TAXES NOW DUETsWe have received the tax bookand are now ready to receipt you Par your taxes Please callat your earliest convenience and pay same I or one of my deputies will be at tho following places on the date mentioned and You can savo a trip to Hartford by being there- Baizetown Saturday August 19 Horse BranchSaturday ust 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 25 Ceralvo August 28 Point Pleasant Wednesday Au gust 23aMcHenry Saturday August 12 Fordsvrile Saturday August 19 and every Saturday thereafter Narrows Thursday August 24 Deanfield August 29 Herbert Wednesday August 30 Shreve Tuesday September C- Magan Thursday August 31 1 Ralph Friday September 1 You can pay your taxes at the BeavefU th Bhhk Will be atMHartford every day CAL P vNfSheriffOhio county t WHAT THE PACKAGE HEL Hair Dye But Antagonist of Dr Osler Theory Would Revere Gray Hairs The middleaged man in the street car was talking HO heatedly to his youthful companion ami using such u superabundance of gesture that the passengers turned to them as nu escape from the monotony of the health food corset stud patent mediciueudsup aboveThat theory is a dinged out rage cried the oldish gentleman Oh dont let it annoy you wail the young man soothingly Every one hUll torn Dr Osiers theory to shreds weeks ago and it is entirely forgotten 41 It should not tie forgotten but should be held up to public scorn continuously said the angry man The nerve of talking nbou t men being useless at the age of 401 Foolish commented the oth 1UlIsnt it Cicero who wrote an essay De Seiiectute praisiu- old age Say what do you thiu about Venezuela Cicero was wise said the po lemical man clinging to the sub jest and when a man realizes that he is growing old he shout not seek to hide the factt One of his gestures dislodged a package that he had placed on car seat beside him and it theI to the cur lloor unnoticed e j thu conductor annexed it uWhen the gray hairs begin to i show let the stun not try to hide them hut exhibit them proudly us II sign of- 1n1body in the car lose this package asked the conscien tious conductor Why its mine said the man stopping suddenly Well can you identify it What are its contents Why elI its a bottle of lulu dye blame you DRIVING OXEN IN INDIA j Bullock Travels Comfortably in South ern CountryMake Four IMiles an Hour Nowhere else in the would is tin bullock traveling so comfortable and so common probably as in p some parts of India The handle is often fitted up in very comfortal ble style timid though the springs i might be improved the lively slow pace of the oxen om less important to Olll makeII 7ort says Everybodys Ia The patient little white oxen trot along at a rate of three or four miles nn hour and especially if it is in the evening mud the Indian moon is shining down upon- you if the nightingales are 1111- ill and the fragrant jasmine is 0111thlllklint after a night of such travel when you come out in the broad light of disillusioning daysupumi it collection of tllthy stud cabins and set till nuked children hun gay and famished the gaunt spec leis of men and women munching 1111thelllmush of a hurry even to rook th foods which they crave you roj visc your opinions multi snake up your mind that India in famine time is nearer the inferno thanj iulyiii lien country in the world THERE IS POISON IN EGGS May Contain Deadly Substance Even Before LaidStatement of an Expert Eggs may In poisoned oven be fore they are laid is till llllIflll1 stiititiiiit madf ly 1rof 111 dill I JjolFof the IU ftll I illlltitlle in 1 Ill witness box Tin white tummy con laic diseaselirfiilint microbis Hays till London Telegraph these wlion heated nuivive in a vcjiPtatiiif state up to 00 degree centigrade or 140 degrees Fahren Jieit Consequently a raw or even partly cooked egg however fresh may always be jwisonous owinn to the poHsible preHence therein lively bacilli in the white and con tained therein from the very beginning TIlt pruf HHor H evidence was given in a wise before the tits chamber III which a pastry cook it bcin wed by iifi KTMOIIR who had heeD made very ill by eatimi dome of his cream tarts and h tic heirs of a tnt sixthwh died of it Utlicial experts sup1 jiorted blI JhtcliuikolT stated I F ensDto make sure that whipped cream containing white of egg unboiled shall be innocuous however fresh the egg for the above reasons Geese and Feather Beds The plains of Hungary are wet adapted to the raising of geese and travelers in that country arc often entertained by seeing from passing trains grout tlocks o geese feeding in the Holds and and watched by geeseherds So many feathers are yielded by these hlI1flHthlIIIUIIIkets lire held annually at Hilda Iesth and at each market iron 100000 pounds to 7001100 pounds of feathers are placed on sale Jury Vote in Germany In Germany when the vote of the jury stands six against six th prisoner is acquitted A vote o seven against rice leaves the do cision to the court lord in a role of eight against four the prisoner in conlctedI breedkof j v is the chief mart The inhabit ants frequently dye the animals oars tuid tails a bright red CANDIES POORLY PACKED Why American Goods Have A Poor In ChinaMuch Effort j ISale Is Needed Further illustrations of tilt carelessness of many American shippers III packing theirs goods for export are furnished by Con sal Uoorge E Anderson of Amoy China in a report to the depart I meat of commerce and labor Con sal Anderson says that the Eu roHan manufacturers of confer tionery ore pnictically 1111 exclusive control of the Chinese market fie explains the methods i of English manufacturers in park ing candies told the inference is that if American manufacturers would put forth an effort to follow the English methods of packing they would be able to secure It considerable portion of this trade The consul says I American manufacturers anti producers generally huge not tae en as many ways of packing goods j for use in the fur east and in hot climates generally as comititors mud as a result of their failure to losiugatisiderubletradri esKcially true of candies line fruits nuts crud similar goods American consuls in China havi written time and time again that I the American candies that come China ate poorly pocked and tlto a result arrive in very poor shape 1raotically no American can1 dies are sold in luausat present The goods which have the market are mode in England Such orate piece of candy is wrapMd 1111 tin foil A tin canister is liner with pasteboard or paper and till goods tye placed therein resting on a bed of paper shavings and cowered with paper timid anothci lied of paper shavings The cover to the tin tits tightly enough to practically seal it A pound tin of chocolates or chocolate creams thus packed will retail for from 1C to l0 cents a pound United States currency doM nriing upon the roj tailor bought a liveKiind box of goods of greatly su oriortual itv of an American dealer at thcj rote of 17 cents a pound mud tit packing was fully as costly as tit more careful packing would ha vt been European candy often comes here III hoard boxes but each separate piece of candy is so parked that it cannot be injured or if injured so parked us not to injure the rest of the stork I Souvenir She Youve been rubbing your forehead all morning Whats the matter lieIm trying to erase time memory of a stag supper I had lust night Detroit tree Press At 11 F M Mr liorein Everything stick so this humid weather Miss Iaticmiceis that the rest awiitn Denier Palls to Make a Hit squeakosl first lass on T Drovers Telegram I es u I GARMENTS MADE OF PAPER Textile Fabrics That Are Warm and May De Washed Have Been Used in Asia Garments made of paper long boon used in eastern huwI but only in default of other lug or tin special occasions la westerncountries the only articles of dress made of isletsuntil ref cently were collies cults and shirt bosoms thin is to say anti cles which our usually starched Now however numerous invent ors mile endeavoring to introduce I woven pajMr fables says the Sci entitle American Some time ilglll111 Italian Prof Xauetti devised method of mak lag tine and strong yarns by twist lug very thin silk paper cut lulu strips about onetenth of an inch uulyfIIse w wax an in the manufacture of iucamles cent gas mantles A greater advance hUll been made in Saxony Here also mini row strips of paper are spun by a process patented by tfayiez Co 511111I101toutillers in conjunction with cotton vurp in weaving drillings stiita j ble for toweling and summer waistcoats trousers mind skirts Heavier and warmer cloth is made by combining paper and woolen yarns The fabric isi creamcolored and maybe washed lepeatedly without injuring th surface It is well adapted for tennis mull lounging suits Small dent cloth for II jacket waistcoat and trousers costs only ten marks alI11I1t1I1new product is named xylolin i For such use however raw iliaI terials even chca cr than u 1IIilllllIIpaper are sought refuse consisting of very smooth II Ill Ill that cannot be spun goes as a rule to the paper mills Many attempts to utilize this ma I terial haws been made in the spin iiing mills and spinning it wet suggested thltllaIIII further comminuting fibers in paler machines In this way a thin tlbrous paste was pro duced This when quired on sieves yielded a thin soft pajKr which partially dried maul rut into narrow strips could be spun into yarn Other cheap paper stock including wood pulp can be con vented into yarn by a similar process and so spinning mind pas IKI making meet Our brand of these cellulose or wood pulp yarns is culled silvalin During the last ten years many similar processes have Teen pasts oiiled The manufacture is still iii tie exiHrimeiitaf stage but definite progress has been made promisingIfuture Iiesistance to the action of was ten is another important quality in which tie fabrics dillvr greatly Prof Pfuhl gives an example from withxgrout III jute nod canvas bugs sank in the Volga Thirty six hours afterward tin canvas illaxi logo were raised with their curs tents but tine jute bugs hail dn integrated so Hint time grain whirls they contained was lost Into yarns however wI1hllluIIIIIII11I1 hours immersion but wood pulp yarns fall apart rafter very brief soaking Jones and Others righttstarted to tell him something that lulppeud to 1111 heyellcdout1i Ah I told you BO didnt I Philadelphia Press RIVALRY BETWEEN PORTS One Controlled by American and the Other by British CapitalVie with Each Other Time rivalry which has long ex CartuIcapital and the other by British capital u the subject of a report from United States Consul Gen oral Snyder at Bogota He says this rivalry has been powerfully accentuated lately by the publics hon of an offer by Mr J T Ford vice president and general man j ayer of the American companion in Cartagena unique in its kind which offers a reduction of 1 per cent of the duties on all merchan disc shipped by way of Cartagena This iKtiiliarly iKiwerfiil weajHin now in the hands of tIll American companies Mr Snyder says is tit combined result of the settlement of time claims of the Cartagena companies against the govern nient of Colombia by which they wore paid 471125 in vales dex tranjeros foreign bonds or cus tout house bonds accouling to law i7 of 10 and the ingenuity of Mr Ford in arriving at a plan for liquidating these vales which up to this time have teen at r great discount for very little dis taint and at the same time using them for the signal advantage of Cartagena These plans says the consul general will undoubtedly cause n struggle with the Itarranquilla people who will do everything possible to checkmate their com Iietitors Mr Ford however seems confident of the power of leis companies to overcome the Itarrnnquilla cnniM It iOll Time Cartagena route has a prelim inary advantage in that all the companies river harbor and railroad are under one managi nient whereas in Itarranquilla there is no connection between the railway uIIIIIriver companies Oiljof amalgamation This Mr Ford thinks would be very diOlcult to tiring about in view of the number of Karranquilla steamboat rout panies existing apart from the railroad mind the conllicting inters ests of the commission mcichants 1 hrlILACONIA HAS SHREWD CAT t Fresh Live English Sparrows Please This MoEt Uses Reflec 1torin Deadly Work Laconia boasts of a cat which combines science with lien natural instincts of bird hunting to a rather remarkable degree sa vsi- j the Laconia I X H Democrat i Pussy is evidently fond of fresh live English sparrows and hIX pcrionce doubtless found thus the chippies are wary quickmo tioned and hard to catch She has also discovered that when she turns her bark toward a Hock of spariows in the street they pay lit tie or no attention to her mind apj proach quite closely Slit has also discovered that the plate glass j show window of the Moot h jewelry store makes an excellent mirror under certain conditions of liglnll mind that by looking toward thcj wacchthechippiNjIii give the birds no reason that she is interested intll14I1I1IltI except Sooths gull rings mind jew elry display The emits method of obtaining English sparrow fur dinner is to take lien position on the edge of the street whore slim can obtain a th1ItviuduWthe street every few minutes and although at first rat her shy of tin cat they evidently observe that she is paying noattention to them amt gradually work up quite close to her in their search for f01l111 Pussy keeps perfectly passive UUI ail one of the birds happens to stray within easy jumping dis immure and then she turns like a flush and captures the unlucky hind 1IIIIIIIulltllnt- PllIple who observe the cat for the first time gazing at the reflec thou of the sparrows obtain an idea that she herself is being fooled by the reflection mind stop to watch ox ecting that she will finally jump against the show win dow in her efforts to catch the birds but they timid that they have underestimated kittys Intent gence when a hind approaches too near tIll deadline Island Has Wild Cats Cats entirely black are numer ous in Chatham island oil time coast of Patagonia These mini malH live in the crevices of the lava foundation near the coast and subsist by catching fish and crabs instead of rats and mice Cheating Fate SmithWhat would you do il you knew positively that you were going to die 24 Lours from now Jones Drop dead at once Portland Oregonian POPULAR Cheap ExcursionTo Niagara Falls Thursday Aun 17 1905 VIA Big Four Route Only 1050 Round Trip From Louisville Toronto Out Only 150 more than rate to Niagara Falls Alexandria Buy N Y Thousand Islands Only 700 more than rate to Niagara Falls Montreal Que Only 1065 more than rate to Niagara Falls Stopover allowed at Wostfieldfor sidetrip to Chautauqua Lake Tickets good returning twelve days including date of sale Elegant trains of Pullman Sleeping Cars and Superb Day Coaches personally cans ducted by representatives of the Rig Four who will look after the wants of passengers These excursions nerd no intr dtiction to the public and the popu larity of the Bin Four the natural route to Niagara Falls via Buffalo is well known Full information in pamphlet form can beohtained from Hig Four ticket ollice S J GATES Gen Ant KyIs+ OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer ex ceptional 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J HWILLIAMS Hartford Ky o j WI WI N N N N IfJl DO YOU WANT-A Position that will pay you from I 500 to 5OOO a year f1I That Is what our graduates are demand ing fin their work Wo give the kind of 4 r + training that countiIroni the staltISalaryByBUSINESS UNIVERSITY Term begins Sept 4th Write today Address i7 a 0wensbor Busines Univjicy Owensboro Kentucky nrr n1 m m Jteo eo eo eo I 5 LOW NECK DRESSES Kangaroo Walk of Women t IAnd v Scathingly Crltl tlsed The socalled society young woman who with sleeves to her elbows I her dress low at the neck and barel +icovered with thin gauzy apparel with I a licentious twist to her walk offers herself as a suggestion of licentious rottenness to every touch on the street excitedly exclaimed the Rev I James M Taylor of Knoxville in a j 41 harangue against fashion and society in his sermon at the camp meetin in progress at the Siler Hills Camp- Grounds on the knobs near New Albany Ind recently Mr Taylor preached for more than an hour V g and the principal part of his sermon was a tirade against what he termed hio fashionablIE woman the minister declared has in it a suggestion of licentiousness and lust and Js the same as that h 76R EASY HEALING FULLY by PATENTS OF Wo dlmaotint the adopted by the denizens of the red light districts down in townI 1Grave Trouble ForegeerC It needs but litte 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 ysmy 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 fpm they quickly relieved andcured me Best medicine fortweak women Sold under guaranteee by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug fgHistorical BitsUCromwell is said tohaveoriginatedp the board of trade Sugar when first introduced into a purI atablecwas Rudolph nfNu part of the rembUrgintheearIYII Wire was first lCfi3- I Bomb it is said were first thrown March 24 1BSO on the town of WuchUiulenck in Gueldcrland The historian tone says the invention is commonly attributed to Gaalen bishop of Muenster In 1592 in England butchers were compelled by law to sell beef for a half penny a pound and mutton for throe farthings The butchers of London sold penny pieces of beef for the relief of the poor every piece too pounds and n half sometimes three pounds for a penny iKentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fix for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 oa far as reported Oflicers fairs art requested to report to U any ornmissions or correction 0 ducts Hartford October 4 I days Madisonville August 1 5 days Danville August 84 days Fern Creek August lfi01 days Hhuphfrdsville August lf 4 days LawrenciburgAugust lit4 days Vanceburg August 164 days GutbrifAugust IT 8 days ShelbyvllieAugust 224 days Springfield August 234 days NichllasvilleAugust 2U a lays Bardstown August 30 4 days Florence August 301 lays Elizabuthtown September 5 days Glasgow September 15 4 days Kentucky State Fair September 18 t days- Henderson September 26H days Falmouth September 27 4 days Owensboro October 105 days The Fateful Book Jess Jack Hansom pulled the petals of a daisy for Belle Mainchnntz and it came out she loved me JessAnd didshe pluck a daisy for him- TcsJNot exactly She turned the leaves of Bradstreets and it came out I love him not fWhy The Sun Sets One of the most interesting of sights in my travels on the East Coast of Africa said the traveler was the permission given each day by one of the tribe chiefs for the sun to set At one of the small forts where we stopped the male natives were drawn upon the parade ground before the chiefs hut as the sun settingWith pomp and cerjmony th ruler advanced to the front and majestically waves his hand toward pun One of his subjects explained tome that it was the royal sanction for the sun to set When asked as to whether the chief gave his permission for the sun to rise in the morning the man replied that the sun must always rise before the ruler but that it could never go down unless the royal hand waved approval CATOBABen tht Ibm Kind You Kin tints Boss eofA A Test BillHes the greatest man tin figures I ever saw Jilt Quick is he Yes and you cant give him a question h6 cant answer Ask him how many Smiths there are in New York who smoke pipes Hunting a Victim Why is he going around in the time with a lantern Looking for an honest man of courseWant to exhibit him as a curios ity No he is going to try to sell himc mining stockICould Attend to it HeWhat would you do ifIattempt to kiss you SheI would call for help But I dont need any Broke Him She returned all of my love let ers in one package sighed the jiltId suitor Poor chap sympathized his- riend that must nearly broke you upnwas 25 cents due on them and I had on dime to my name Out of Order- I hate to have anything on myd conscience dont yoUI she I never have he replied quick mine isnt working Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN FEVER STAYS IN PITTSBURO Pro peiily In Smoky City Hand to Hand with Deadly Typhoid Germs Prosperity find typhoid go hood iu liuiiil iu Iitrsiiiii says Mo lures With good flutes comes UU inltiix of outsider lull thw whom lit 1111111 ell M art iinariiiN turned to tilt diluted Hewiip sup plied bv the municipality in tli mule of water sncciiinl to the cverpHsent typhoid germ and und stud the mortality mounting Hkywaid The old resident is poet ellty likelv to be immune but UK a III ilrinkH bottled water for tIll sake of cleanliiicxH deliverss thefIll m IIIany other dty III the United States though gonm aspiring re ceptacle for bacilli like Wheel lug 1V1it may take advantago of local conditions and wrest the banner from IMttsliurg for noun1 particular year HIIIIIII1H1 1itts burgs typhoid dentil rate JHT 100 IOU inhabitants has varied be tweet 124 awl 144 By way of comjmmon lot us consider a for elfin city of about the stone size obtaining its water under the iiiiie conditions Dresden draw 3lug water from the dirty Elbe has a typhoid rate of 4 JMI 100000 This contrast is worth consider ation Dresden 4 11t1 100000 1ittsburg 124144 jHr 100000 Thus it apjwai that Pittsburg wastes only from 31 to 30 times as mutiny lives as need be given to the modern Minotaur us Osier turniH this disease Whence the disparity l Easily answered The Geiimiu city be ing situated on a huge natural sewer purities the water It draws from that sewer the American city similarly situated gulps down the sewagejiist Ilt4 It comes Pittsburg draws its water supply from two sources of equal content ination time Alleghnny and tIll Monongahela rivers Typhoid Is always present on both thickly populated watersheds lMttsbur receives tips water through Intake above the city rind distrib utes it unpiiritied with all its bacilli in good working order IThe Basutos Telegraph signaletransmission of news among the Itiisntos This gourd covered with the dried and stretched skin of a kid gives tint a sound which travels and can be heard at dis tances of from live to eight miles The transmission and reception of messages on these drums are Iu trusted to special corps of signal ems some one of whom Is always on duty and who beat on the mes sage in whet is practically Morse alphabet The natives guard this code jealously Messages have often been sent more than 1000 miles in n few minutes This English Language Ah your language Eet ees so dinicult Whats the mutter count First zis novel eet say ze man unhorsedYes Zen it say he was cowed Louisville Courier Journal READ THIS Milledgeville Ky Jan 1 1901 Dr E 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 benefit Your Texas Wonder has cured and I am satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfully recommended it to ladies suffering with kidney and bladdertroublesRespectfully MRS ELIZA FROST A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidIand bladder toubles gravelcures diabetes seminal emis sion weakand lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid eys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder troublei in children If not sold b druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small is two months treatment bottleI om fails to cure any of the above mentioned Sold by all r Dr EW Hall sole manufacturerI PO box 629 office 2931 Olivo Street St Louis Mo t u Y r 1D el Im CURESWHEREALLELSEFAILSBest m Use In lime Sd ty druciuti i STRONG MICI4uBCt Again Is what Mrs Lucy StovaIlofTiltonGa laid after taking 1KOdOl otherweak Dyspepsia Hundred womtn are being restored to perfectII health by this rem edy YOU may be well if you will take It Indigestion causes nearly all the sickness that women i have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased KodolI I Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive orlrn1 to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour rismgsbelchingheartburnandall stomach disorders Digests What You Eat trial St Ih i hrua at 1M nllf7 rlOll- o0OUn LaI URnPINt Extremely Low Rnles ANNOUNCED VIA Southern Railway Extremely low rates are announc ed 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 2300 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 665 Chattanooga Tenn and return September 16 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of Chicka mauga 6150 Portland Ore andreturn daily up to and including Sept 30 on account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 7250 Portland Ore and 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justness I have the Cuwber land Telephone In my residence and ol business My business has increased and my wifes voice is neV- er heard to crumble about the Tele j phone Yours for goon scivlce and gentlemanly competition fl E PATE Manr j e I Otllo CottTits- Clrrult Court TKDIrkhvni JnilK e lieu I KlnnoAttortifv Tll Illnck Jnller Ed a anrrae Clrk Drunk I Fvllx Master Coin irliulonrri V I llorrlry Trnotwt Jury ullIlCB I KPOKD XhtrlH Hnrtford 1IIutlIberllll Kvottn CUrvnce KPOWD Jo 1C Uol rU Sum Frown JIJTCaurtconrenritflriitMun Uy In March mid Aiiffnnt and continues thrM tkHuil third Xnnilny In May and Ndvutnlif two w kf- iuoBtYCuarlJ I Miller Judge i M tI Beg andClvrkj W II llarnm Attorney llurtlorcl 7Cullrtrnn flrnt Monday In each month JtmrttTljr Court IIKln on the third Monday In April July IMolnrnnd Uuunry Court of Claim Conrvnpn art Monday In Jni wary Tuesday niter Ionl Monday In October Other uttlirni J IL Wood Surveyor Cernlro Krnuk Lowe Aoor lleda James nelrreee School Saiwrlntruilent Hartford lIen L liavli Coroner Sulphur Spring Tviotlca Courts II F lludiion Keaver Dam February 18 Ma j Is AiiKQft 31 orcnitcr SO- OeoW Martin llnlivtown Frbrnary II May tb All rii t20 Nortrab rl2 JnoMflrnhaiu Knrrown February 28 May 2 August 29 November 13 T A Krann Kordnvlllo January IK May 7 Annnit 27 November E J A Hicks Hnford February 7 May II Ann nut 12 November 7 W A none Centertotrn February V Slay 11 AUKU t 24 November fl J Wilcox Itorkport February So May C A tlKOt 25 November U Hartford Fcltc Court Jnol Wilson Judge C E Smith City At torney S r larntt Manhal Court con veneii second Monday In each mouth meUcloua BrvtcaM E Church Honth Serviced third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 pm and aecon NaudayatTpm Praytr meeting every Wednei day evening Itev WTMlller Pastor Daptltt Church Service beld Saturday nigh- beforeecond Sunday Sunday and Sunday sight and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening llev J H Ilurnett Inntor CI Church Service Ont Sunday In each month at 11 amantIIpm Rev J D liar oed aolor 1 School Trutteee H rtfordJaf P Miller J Glenn S T Steven R M Hocker J II R Car Ron Jon C Riley Cltytoancllitowan Uolbrook Mayor H A Anderson Clerk Dr SJ Wedding W 8 Tine ey A C Taylor M I Heavrln T J Morton Conncllmen Secret Soc1eUe A O U W meets lint and third Friday night In each month Hartford LodgeNo6T5 K4 AUuoniflrit Monday night In each month Hartford Tnt No 19 Knlgbti of the Mace been every Thurnday night Rough River Lodge o1JOKnl btlIf Fjthla m tevery T eday night 1rwton Morton root No t 0 A n hold reg olarmeetlaKiSatnrdaybeforaflratSundaylncach month Prom obtained or no tee Writ for our CO ur E e- applying or nthJworbmOne1 we Ob n plDnnlontoueceuSend and we tend fMMIIDIATa PRaa RapORT ON PAT Registeredto at BOB607 7th St WASHINGTON D C Thousands of Acres a For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of thJIRON t MOUNTAINROUTE In Southern Missourian Northern Arkansas moat direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and free reclining chair sure HomseeSsn Excursion first and third Tuesdays of ouch 0 oath Descriptive literature maps pamphlets olden etc on application H C TOWNS END TIOua 11rnuI constipation mild Sugarcoated in action ea They cakeIsickheadache fawil BUCKINGHAMS DYE nm mor sauaiasmbs a r was DO uuu B a- y e rp f S vutL l y r r 4tr a 1 artford Republican at P c FRIDAY AUGUST 25 in THE LATEST NEWS t Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems j The Indian Territory constitution al convention met Monday at Mu t k igee About half the delegates are Indians or of Indian descent Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yukvs s favorably mentioned i he dviiion in Washington of uececur to Secretary of the Treas ury Shaw when the latterretirc- l nextrumy4- a I v B ham has ordered tw- aImpotof troops and u battery to F h llle to protect W R Fletch toe tiny Lyon who arejtolbe tri t 1on ho charge of assaultinglMary Otudder in May last YY- The widow and heirs of the Into riiiio S Bonnett have withdrawn an apnea from the allowance of W J Greats accounts as executor and it if belivttl that all litigation over tl esute is it an end it ii claimed at Manila that a well aiUtentirntcd case where Il lrOtl wr eased occurred there Afte the patents death from another cult V bacttiriotogUts examined the remains but could not find my tra i i lopro y 1 a desperate fight In Powell i nty near Clay City Saturday night Tom Morton was slhedI nteen times with n knife by Campbell Anderson und wis instant ly killod Anderson and Cale Morton tvrrt also probably fatally hurt A a public meeting in Moscow to 1 i3R the national assembly project f t o of the speakers strongly dE iiunsed the Emperors manifesto resolution was adopted urging i t the Russian pople bsfjivon im iredmtely all civil rights an1 thatI char flee be made based on the grin ink of universal suffrage a Trod Miller John Miller and Fred Jlhnacra were shot from ambush near Harriman Junction Saturday morning The shooting is believed d t have been the results of il members of the Rawlings fac ton with which the men shot have had trouble of long standing are HI spected of the srhn1 Y Y An earthpuake shock which lasted uiarly half a minute and which was iuite severe was felt sn the North era part of Louisville about 1110 lock monday night Header on Owensboro Cloverport aud other Western Kentucky towns felt th Mck The slnsli wasi 3 felt atI St Liiis and Cairo 111 The Naval Court of Inquiry whir has been investigating the explosit o the gunboat Itannington reI1f1lsI that the boilers were good and that the catastrophe resulted from the negligence of the men in charge The immediate cause of the explosion is found to have been the negligent losing of the valve connecting the exploded boiler with the steam guage a a William H York aged seventy one of the bestknown citizens of Anderson county was arrested on the charge of murdering his broth er James It York The accused man stoutly denies his guilt but so wrought up are the citizens of Law renceburgover the crime that the authorities have removed York to the Shelby county jail for safe keeping George M Smith and his son James Smith both of Elmville Franklin county were shot to death while repairing a line fence separating their property from that of u neighbor Cal Newton with who the Smiths had some trouble concerning the fence where they met their death has been arrested and is now in the Franklin jail He stoutly protests his innocecce Monte Chrlsto Colt Showy request of the parties interest ed I have decided t change the dUe of theMontc Christe Colt Show C tertoWti from thfefirsrt Satur1 Jay in A iVusVtxr tfcc xfirst vSatmday September 1003 I will grJ lire miums to two of thdli sf Monte Christo Colts foaled in the year 1905 10 to the first and 5 to the second best colt Judges to be selected on the day of show I ATttvI5t2 i SKINS VALUABLE AS OEMS Attractive Hides of All Wild Ani mals Are Dally Becoming More Scarce Skins of wild nnimnlK ate daily becnining more rare and valuable The spread of civilization is the tXterminiitiem of the monarclis of janghaoruanieut many U museum club uww I house and draw ing roont The skin of the lion the king ofI beasts is the most 11ecumum courage of the mighty form j that it once protected The skin of the fullgrowu lion is IIboutI three yards long nod one half yards wide Its hair is neither bright nor pretty but its great shaggy names crowns it liklI n rune jewel and makes it vain whir The skin of the tiger is much prettier than the skin of the lionI and it too reveals the character protectrtigers ferocity and cunning and its yellow and blush tiger strij cH tinestealthy nature of the great cat The American jaguar furnishes a pretty skin despite its reddish white belly and its spots instead striptH The leopord too hue it pretty pelt its fur being light yet low with Much spots Tin skin of the blast panther Is also much admired Hear skins aretrophies in many a civilizedhome The black or the Canadian bear is the1 most com moil The polar bear supplies a iHiiiitifnl soft white furryskin but it is very rare The skin eif the Ameriean grizzly is now also unite rare Although deer and moose are common game for hunt ers yet few have sncceeded in preserving their pelts with the fur on for any long period The American black wolf IlduI with white spots on its snout and brtsist is admired by seime ixople The Siberian wolf furnishes a line soft fur skin Among farmer lads in this cnnnt1V it is popular to catch foxes during the winter and let tan their skins for tugs and fe r ornaments but time fox skin todny isnt by any means as valuable as err till skins eif larger anil fiercer animals though the fox is grow lag more and more seam WOMAN WHO GIVES POSIE- N i KindHearted Lady Passes Out Free Flowers to Workingmen and I Children wheren owner g invert would otherwise fade unused is till method adopter by a full I lady for several summers says the Kennebeu Journal umt+verN can near the sidewalk so that any passerby may help himself or herself from the floral surplus of till kindhearted ladys dower beds When Miss Huston first instituted this scheme the plan not laing tin derstoetd thetlewers would re main fetr the most part undis turbed but name that the scheme is more generallykneivn people passing by make more free with till contents of the taut Those who take most of the How OIH are laboring min who help themselves to single flowers on their way to work in the early morning These they generally put in time buttonholes of their coats Children are the next bes patrons FiehmIn some parts ot Xorway where provender for cattle is scare these animals are fed upon tilt heads of codfish pounded into u mash The milk from these cannot be very palatable as iIi t tastes strongly of codliver oil t is however considered of great value to consumptive patl nt WHERE THE SOLDIERS MET In All Their Military Finery Among New Hampshire Hills Brit ishers Assembled There is probably pot fo ho found in nil New England a more unique mouument than that which occupies a commanding position on the muiu highway between thin haul and UoIlisNH It Is unique not only In that it stauda in a lotus Ij position at sow distance from human habitation but also in what it commeuiurates says tin lioston Herald t The attention of till teturist attracted first at time sight of IsI monument in so singular n ties He instinctively pauses to victoryjI the following inscription After the surrender of Bill igoyue at Sarate ga in IiilCI i tain British officers prisoners 0 fI Will quartered iu this vicinity but released upon imrolu were JKM muted to enjoy in all their mili tart finery a tiytsting place iu this spot It has long been the cumom eonimeiueirare great events a toI victories by monuments but toIl dltlmIrated Those were strenuous dugs in which liurgoyne met Jutes and defeat as the descendants of the OllIII1HI 1 were noticed Just whp these oluceis w Irn who were quurtere el heteor what occurrence warranted tlie ergo Lion of this monument is not I known The region is replete with hiteivsting traditions of those ex citing days that have comedown tliroughgeneriitions of story tell ors Whether those traditions be founded on feet or not Due tiling clllllgeIII eiring the foe even in his defeat Ifi err kindness seems to have Ixen shown them every courtesy granted them Notwithstanding th repugiiance with which the Nov Knglaneler looked upon the red coat of the British ollleter they were permittoel to wear it and enjoy n trysting place under time branehes of this old tree 1cltCledIdaughters of thin land of freedom The monument is a plain well polished granite slab mind stands em a little eminence commanding a view of the main highway It oc copies such a position that time pnsscrby cannot fail to get a good view of this interesting and his torical spot- ORDER HAS SINGLE MEMBER Swan Organization Possesses Few EmpressSIThp Order of the Swan is a unique decoration It has not Ii ing to do with Lohengrin hut was founded in 144U by Elec ted Frederick iL of Brandenburg suiiiamcd the iron jawed Of all the orders of knighthood this is the most remarkable inas much as only one seilitary member in KureiK is entitled to wenr it 1nod she is the wife of the reigning Prussian menmrch time German empress The Insignia IK very beautiful says the Boston Her old It consists of a gold chain set with diamonds alternated h I1I1ub heartto which is SUSIK1IJ ed a medallion e f the Madonna anti child aud to which in turn f suspended u silver swan surround ed by n ring or chain of exquisite jKarls With this goes a superb star to be worn on the left shoul der Should the empress become a widow she would be compelled to relinquish the insignia and her membership of time Swan to the present crown princess This order has been worn in turn by the wife- t of every sovereign occupying the throne of Prussia since 1443 and it is nn object of intense pride in the royal family An Awful Blunder leI made a serious mistake to day said the doctors What was it queried the druggist leI charged u stranger f2 for a consultation answered the M D rand after paying it he said h fully uxpected to pay l0Chcago Daily News About Paradise Benedict RegainedI him didnt she BachelorThats the story Iid he write anything miller that even- ttiltyesIaeadi5e Regainedi Chicago Journl LOOK HERE I t r tIt I M S dt r land rJoil1 Fight lu rsr IMMCI in gi I Price tVi- C W MORCAN Maxwell K nL 15000 i TflEGfiJlPUEBS lann Ilc in nil the ou pannu ne ri c llnilriitlil Mini 1 rnyhomeapnw I unr YOUNG 11wtJI LADIES 01 II LE ARM TELEGRAPHY = = = CCC = CJ WIun1I prrrat f1r u r and- IMIIM Agvtda is talrrlr uh Mhn- nltwhlmt rtrlMlf TIoh s h it wnriil latddlAI I iinrnnd riiilur t III liwilluit Itadeay HArl l We xwnfta fVi HHAI r i nr nilut tf fnmlth bin or It r a palnna IBI Inr IXHM Iu tn MII K iiiimlli hi Itatt nI th KIM l s 11 ooh twin orfrit T ti fiw n inoiitb itwt wt- Dabs atwblw I nnnnllatiy Upon pnli ism nn nt r at soy tlna rurx ISIdoonl foil imrtliMUnr rpminllnK HUT ut rrll illmt t our i nth i tr o- fIIniliiiixtl ll IinLYa Irw Tlie Morse School ot TI gralhti Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo N V LaCrosse Win ITarkana Tex San hrancibCoCiil w ITHIS I Is Sure to GIV- ESatisfaction lEtTS CREAM BALM liivwlttf tr w It IllIl Himtll ltlf hrh tiiMM rtfUr lIH bruin I Inn rntnrrl and ililv tiwiir n cold 111I NEEDED irntnt tht Mimliriini llntnrcii tn Smurii o tanti nmlmurll Fnlldte 3 h nt ilrimiflut or liv mull Trlnl nitv Ulry matt KlY i ciii iiI as iiuninil sirwt rvrYork tAVtA a Wi JNJ Fnail Price Cutting oisr MidSummer Needs I d MilSiimmer Mi rchnmiisi has now receive its i final pruu cutting and if Imrgnins were ever nlituin nblo they arc certainly to bo hall hero August IfJth and continue until Sept mber section A fenv tunic days of lute prices iu time Va 11IFinal cleanup of Romuants- Iotlny w wo oHor all romainin Wash jowl for fie to Jc per yard Not u pioeo in tho lot but what is worth double tho price 0 Final Reduction in Parasols I Ivory Pnrnsol greatly reduced None reserved tin them and got our prices Final Cut in Low Shoes for Men Women and Children 100 a pair for choice ofall 125 cull S iItI- Ladies Oxfords e x148 si pair for choice of all 200 and UO Iu jJ dies Oxfords ip 4 248 a pair for choice of all hefts Y I Dnujj c1 las Oxfords 298 a pair for choice of all fonlI 1V L IIIIIIIns 350 Oxfords They cacao in TatiH Patents Vici Kids and Blacks a gpo l run of sixe to eleet from Mens Bows and Childrens Summer Clntliin just hnlf price Inca final clean up Mens MidSummer Needs in Underwear liens Inelershirls at lc worth w ns tn elershirts ut SDc worth oOc liens Prnwers Hit worth i5c Maws Drawois 31e worh ndc This is a final clean up of oaf summer wearing apparelat u big reduction Wo also carry a ceimplote lino of Groceries and Furniture We always hive the best hoods au1at time lowest prices Sewing MachinesiUWe carry a complete lino of those goods sell you a o drawer Drop Mead Machine uaIanlletitlfor 5ears at 1250 1sheen Sling Machine made by time White Sowing Machine Co at 2000 with a 1 year guarantee and the best Whitt ewing Machine at 2500 These prices quoted are for cash only and the equal to ones sold by Sewing Ma chino agents at 10 to SCO See our stock and get our prices before buying elsewhere 11 T1Lilyt11 O6ESO COtIlU1CIC1 lAJJJ E3artford I3y I I r r rbrkJcr rtvjv jjv jj jp jjv o j jf p 7 if I First Inquiry Second Investigation J Third Demonstrate I tBett r acquaintance leads to a butter understanding of our values Our Wash J- t tStttuuler l toods are going at a sacrifice Its not a question of dollars S S andcents but ROOM hence a sacrifice of our profits Our immenae line of Fall 2 J Goods will soon bo on hand and to give us tho necessary SHELFROOM wo are C offering 75T t Ladies ami Misses Slippers at 100 andc175 values- Childrens Shoes mold Slippers at the ridiculously low prices of 25c 35o ttand SOc priceA4left Groceries + Our Groceries are complete in every particular Hardware 4We have n large assortment of Hard 44 ware Underwear i Wo have a smith assortment of Un i75eStoves We carry a full line of Stove with prices to suit all Got our prices on 4our Now Progress Svies Drugs Our Drug Department is presided by a registered pharmacist of thirty q years experience 5 Remember we must have ROOM ROOM and it will be to your interest to cull in and see us before purchasing elsewhere Bring ns produce for which we will pay at all times the highest market pricett The Brown Mercantile CoI INCORPORATED oEienryK37Jooo M44444 t r v c A 5 YP1uu