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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 d rr d t Che ttzrtfarb flepublkau Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL HNI IT IN THE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a YearI I b VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1905 No 7 1r BIRTHPLACE OF ABE LINCOLN i Purchased by a New Yor Man For 3500 r The Rock Sprine Farm Sold at Public Outcry at For ced Sale t Hodgensville Ky Aug 28 Th Abraham Lincoln birthplace wasaol nt master commissioners sale today Ia R J Collier of New York being purchaser At the time of Lincolns birth February 11 1809 the farm was i Hardin county In 1849 that count- L was subdivided and the portion se apart was named Larue county The farm has changed ownership but twice since Lincoln was born Thomas Lincoln father of the Presi dent sold the land to Richard ofabout the time the Lincoln famil moved to Indiana The property con tinued in the hands of the family until about fifteen years ago when A W Dennette of New York bought the place for 3500 Old deed book shows that the farm was purchased by Thomas Lin coIn in 1803 + The farm derives its name Roc Spring from a large Spring which is about one hundred yards fro the log cabin in which Lincoln was born and which furnished the supply for the family a century ag The site of the old cabin in whic those deep rooted ideals of trot were first instilled in the presidents V youthful soul was moved to the Columbian exposition at Chicago in e 1893 by the Lincoln Log Cabin as l sociation but was restored to its original site again in 1895 It was k ftgain moved to the Nashville expo tion and later to Central Park New York where it is now The plants to move it back to the old farm again at some future time The cab in WAR one of those single room dwel 4 lings constructed of rough hewn logs and daubed with mud whic were so common at the beginning o- t the last century The site of the cabin is now marked by a flag pole which was erected five years ago but from which no flag has ever yet been unfurled Scattered about the base of the flagpole are several broad flat stones which at one time served as steps for the simple home In the rear of where the cabin stood stretches a s small field of corn The present tenant of the farm says that the corn is growing on land cleared by Thomas Lincoln before the presi dent was born tIAn Established Institution Southern Normal School o Bowling Green Ky needs no in troduction to the public having been in constent and successful operation for more than a quarter of a century fitDuring this time it had trained thousands of persons for success in life Its gradutes re to be found Everywhere hoWiiTg positions of hon y rr erV trust anU rofit The Souther- N n m I cnool of Law Music Elo cu tOratory Pedagogo Prepra Tory County Certificate State Cer fificate Junior Scentific Scientific and Classic Course tuemplating taking any of then r Coo 1should write for handsomee Catai and illustrated Journal Men V tion CoxNtse wanted Address H H f Cherry F Ident Bowling Green Kentucky t M1 Ight Visitors HartforrfattTher people usually t welcomvjXsitors from any sourcee ti rega ss time of their comI lnjr1But on last Thursday night a K irivnfwMi load of folks from n R neighboring community tarried in the city most too far into the wee small hours ofthe next morning i to suit some of our citizens and pos sibly n little later than social ethics j strictly adhered to would warrant About 1130 oclock on the night referred to the haywagon bearing about fifteen ladles and the same number of gentlemen was stopped in front of the Cumberland Tele phone exchange and quite a few of the gentlemen maugurated a search ardenkt bad retired for the night He was awaken and the firewater procured and its partakers revered in the pleasantries or unpleasantries thereof This was continued until about 2 oclock when the haywag on was boarded and the crowd drove awaye semid5 these observations LEARNED OFFICIAL DUTIE- v From Experience did Democratic Nominee for Jailor of Gray son County Isaac T Layman the Democratic c nominee for Grayson Count- Y y evidently believes in being qualified by actual experience for the duties- I of the office to which he aspires at least he has hadexperience Last Saturday he came to Hart ford with the Leitchfield base ball club who came to play with th Taylor Mines team at the fairgrounds After the game was over okardent spirits extensively He grew wanmed and finally about eleven friends took him to the hotel and at woolod Hegrewboisterouh a anhd directed by the landlady to t him or take him to the city jail The latter was the only alternative and at a few minutes before mid night the doors of the public bastile was dosed between him and his freedom This had the desired effect He re tired at once and gave no further trouble Next morning he sent for the officers and settled fine and cost for plain drunk and was released Enter Business University fofr now rrY i Bowling Green Ky DEDA Aug 3URain is being mac needed here Mrs Dr Stewart visited hr par ents Mr and Mrs F W Pirtle ne Hartford Sunday L B Sandefer and family Nocreek spent Saturday night and Sunday with W C Ambrose and family Quite a number from here anticipate attending childrens day at No creek Sunday Walter Parks made a flying trip to Sutherland last week- f Rupert Bennett has moved with his family to Beaver Dam Uncle Archillas Webb is very ill at the home of his son Robb Webb Miss Enola tier spent Saturday and Sunday with W G Bennett and family IMrs Thomas Wallace and family Mrs H A Biard and children and WC Ashley andfamily visited Mrs S A Bennett and family Sunday Mrs Ellen Bennett Mrs Bernyce Dodson and daughter Lara visited Miss Clara Bennett Wednesday Haeat m Clear Run last Sunday Uncle Lindsay Bennett who has been suffering severely with a cancer in his hand is thought to be some betterRowan Greer and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Bettie Her Miss Alberta Greer spent last Thursday with Miss Enola Her School is progressing nicely Birks Tichenor and children visited his mother Mrs W P Tich 61101 Hartford Sunday Mrs Bettie Her is at the bedside of her aunt Mrs Morgan of Livermore who is very 111 Mrs Mason and daughter went to Livermore Monday Messrs S Rand Rupert Bennett attended thgbe llgatneat Hart ford Saturday afternoon BLOODY WAR ENDED By Friendly Treaty Agreed to By Each Countrys Envoys Japan Yielded Everything tha t Was Left in Issue and Rus sia Accepted Terms of peace were agreed upon Portsmouth Tuesday by the Ilu sian and Japanese envoys prelim- nary arrangements for an armistice wogSk turned over by mutual agreement to Mr De Martens the lawyer and Mr Dennison the le adviser of the Japanese Foreign Office The treaty is expected to be completed by the end of the week Japan made an agreement by yielding on the disputed pain and surrendering up her claim fo indemnity The articles relating to Russias interned warships and th limitation of her sea power wer withdrawn Japan agreed that on ly that part of the Chinese Easter- c J railroad south of Chantfu should b ceded to her and an agreement vas made whereby the Island Sakhali- f is practically neutralized each court try binding itself not to fortify its half of the island It was also de- s cided to add a broad clause for mutual commercial privileges The treaty will be a friendly document of such character as to indicate that the two countries have almost laid the foundation for a future alliance There is however no evidence that any secret clauses are to be appended to the treaty The news that the envoys had reached an agreement caused grea rejoicing in Portsmouth and such scenes of enthusia ma8foUqwedthp return of the Russian plenipotentiar ies to the hotel were never before witnessed in New Hampshire ltWitte was overjoyed at the unexpected conclusion of the conference and declared that he had never dreamed of such an outcome His fellow envoys rejoiced at what the considered a great diplomatic trio umph for Russia Baron Komura plenipotentiarh y last night and Mr Takahira merely remarked that peace had been made arfor the sake of humanity and civilization Hurt in a RunaWay- Mr John Mcintire happened to a quite serious accident while going from Hartford to Beaver Dam I Sunday He was driving in a buggy with Mr E M Woodward and a short distance from Mr F M Wes terfields residence the horse began running away and in making a short turn the buggy was turned to one side which threw Mr Woodward outthe lines being carried with him Thus left without any means of guiding or stopping the horse Mc Intire jumped out and in so doing broke his left leg between the knee and the ankle and sprained his right ankle considerably He was carried back to Dr E W Fords office where his injuries Ivor treated At last reports he was get ting along well e Notice The Farmers Club will meet at the court house in Hartford next Monday September 4 at 10 oclock a m The public in general is invited to attend and participate at this meeting Discussions will bo rendered on wheat gowing grass seeding and development of our bot lands S L STEVENS President ALVISB TICHENOR Secretary A Beautiful Lawn PartyIMiss Annie Bell entertained with a lawn party at her beautiful coun try home near Whitesville Saturday evening August 26 in honor of he guests Misses Sallie Hewlett an Allie Fielden Pleasant Ridge Essie Purcell Owepsboro and Fannie B Roberts Yelvington The lawn was beautifully lighted with There was quite a larg crojvd present There being inter at dance about one hundred and Iiglftfulevening spent a most de The guests from a distance were Misses Aubrey JoHnston Philpot Nora Taylor Hit bit Sallie Hewlett and Allie Field en Pleasant Ridge Essie Purcell Rbbby Hays Drue Hayden Co Pate and Essie Smith ro Mabel Milller Herbert Fannie B BlancheI and Messrs Reid Potts Thruston and Jim Lewis Sorgho Eddie Lee Dodsot JohSlWill Petrie Maceo and Will Griffin Philpot Lindsey Taylor Habit eTbe lotions are Coming 8When the Nebraska Indian Baser Ball Team comes to the field with scowling faces and savage ware whoops some of the people in thee grandstand begin to grow nervous 1There is no occasion for thishowever The Indians are simply showing their irrepressible spirits and never have any trouble with anyone Those who countyiKy on Saturday September the16 1905 certainly have a treat in store 6t4 Anxiofls for tbe Ticket Fordsville Ky Aug 28 1905 Editor REPUBLICAN As the elec lion is only two months off I sup pose that the campaign in dear old Republican Ohio county is now on in full blast and lest I continue to neglect it I now hasten while there is yet time to through the good old REPUBLICAN that I jam anxiousunusually anx ious for the success of the G OP in Ohio county I believe however that I usually find myself unusually anxious for the triumph of Repub licanism at each recuring election No reason exists why all defeated candidates should not zealously and- y loyally support his party nominees this year as the ticket is a most ex salient one and every man on it has aclearand unquestioned title to hint nomination Everv defeated candi date announced subject to his partys action and while a candid ate never courts nor is pleased with defeat yet unless the convention is notoriously unfair or irregular he should cheerfully acquiesce in th decision of the majority It may be all right for a good cite Itzen to occasionaly vote against his party nominees but never all right for the man who has submitted hi claims to his party and been fairly beaten I believe Mr Clell Smith who ran Mr Midkiff so close for Jail er is the only defeated candidate to come out in a card for the ticket but this is doubtless due to the fact that Mr Smith was the only beaten man that lost by a close margin and therefore felt more urgently called on to come out in the vigorous style he did than us fellows who failed to make a nip and tuck race and 1 fat we followin Mr Smiths wake in the- o order we fetched up at the grand stand last November my turn has not yet come but as I have waited nine months and only two months more intervene until the election I have concluded to hold my fire no longer and I urgently request every other who also ran to follow suit and show his colors by coming out in a card at least a postal for your successful opponent Of course none of you are sulking in your tents but are you not aware that many good Republicans and valued friends of yours may pot understand your silence So lets not allow a tinge of suspicion find lodgement in the minds of our friends so come out in the procession and poke up you float Smith held up Midkiff right in the smoke of the first bat Tinsleydt G DAVIS ROYALI Subscribe for Tim REPUBLICAN I ePATHETIC STORY Told By German Girl at Trial of Fletcher at Russellville Dramatic Scene Wilt the German Girl Identified Man as One raofHer Assaf cats Russellville Ky Aug 28Mary assaultgtenced to death J Pope Fletcher is now on trial for his life and Jim and toldnone LogannHermann a German scholar with degrees from Heidelberg and Berlin universities acted as interpreter for the girl With dramatic affect he interpreted the girls story while hundreds of eyes flashed on the pris oner as the victim pointed him out as one of her assailants After some minor testimony the girl took the stand shortly after 9 oclockand said I am twenty three years old and was born in Aus tria We came to America last Sep tember We traveled afoot by the driveway On the night of May 22 we camped in the country near My father had 53 and a gold sate when four men came to our camp That pointing to Fletcher was one of them They made us come to the fire where they stood One grabbed me and another grabbed father and tried to make us drink something Then two of them dragged me from my father I begged Oh so hard but they would not listen I struggled and fought- e but they held me I cried but they had no pity on me They threw me down and one man knelt on my arms while they assaulted They had guns and razors and hel them against my neck and head Then they got me by the feet and stood me on my head and threatened to kill me Continuing the girl said the men robbed her father of his money and watch and took everything she had including a pair of scissores a hand spoolithe victim torn and cut almost to ribbons was exhibited to the jury over the protest of the defense or Celebrate Labor Day- e Program of the Labor Day Celebration at Render Ky September 4 1905The parade will form atTheBrowr Mercantile Co Store at 9 ocloc- s a m headed by district officers of M W of A and officers of A S o E and two brass bands SPEAKING Judge FrancisWelcome in behalf of the Town at 10 oclock L E HerrellIn behalf of U M W 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 3 oclock There will be String Band to furnish music to those that wish to dance Big moonlight at night TO THE COLORED MEMBERS The management for the colored members will be in charge of Y D Black and J D Walker and will heldon the colored picnic and will be addressed by National Organizer W J Campbell and others They will have dinner on the ground and music for those that wish to dance- Committee on arrangements R B EASTON D W GWYNN JAS MARTIN SAM JENNINGS H A GAnRrrr L E HERRELL Y D BUCK J D WALKER SULPHUR SPRINGS Aug 30RevJ F Baker filled his regular appointment at Mt Vernon Sunday there being a very large crowd present to listen to an able and well delivered sermon Farmers are very btisy cutting to ti ii A VETERAN OF TILL BLACKJIHAWK MEXICAN THE CIVIL CAPT W WJACK50NaSufferings Were Protracted andSrvenrTried Every Known Remedy With s out Relief Serious Stomach Trouble Cured by Three Rallies oPerunal l Capt W W Jackson 705 d StY W vrrlte6sh old a Mexican and the Civil Wars Iam by profession w a physician but abandoned the same atJettedMy sufferings were protracted and severs 1 tried every known remedy without obtaining relief t- In desperation I began the use of your Peruna I began to realize Immediate though gradualImprovement After the use of three bottles every appearance of my complaint was re moved and I have no hesitation In rec ommending It as an Infallible remedy for that disorderW WJackeon- AddraseInr9ItliartmanPresldeat of The Hartman Sanitarium Colon aboa Ohio bacco and breaking wheat ground SowdorsBeaver F Johnston and family Sunday visitins r this week Misses Lena and Esther Johnstonivisited Misses Lula and Minnie Johnston of Sulpher Springs last week havingdoneso on the levey between Sulphur Springs and Dundee is going to be a great improvement to the roads i The Mt Vernon hill having rock pikeMr be thef i oclockThomas T Duff of Elizabethtown has been in this section of the coun try for the past week buying mules He left for Harden county last Sat urday with about ten head HERBERT Aug 29Messrs Dave Miller Robert Miller F V Miller James Chambers and B H Givens attend the A S of E rolls at Whitesville Saturday Mrs Ernest Bruner returned to her home in Owensboro Friday after a weeks visit to her mother Mrs Annie Lyons Mabel Miller returned home beMonday from Whitesville Miss Mattie Williams is ill at this writingMr Rice of Chambers has j purchased a fpm of J B Brunor and will move to it soon Mr Albert Moxley of Trisler visited friends here Sunday Mr Myrtle Floyd of Owensboro is visiting his parents at this place Mr Iva Crowe and wife visited relatives at Pellville Sunday Harry Givens and wife and Master Joe Bennett visited at Whitesville ISunday Several from here attended the decoration of Dr Chambers gave at i Blackford Sunday k Iam Early Risers faIM Httle HI i j + 4friqL4 1 GREAT LION HUNTS aides Get contract To Rid Yellowstone Park of the Beasts San Frnnclxni linlltlri t Mountain lions have increased to rapidly in Yellowstone Park tnat they threaten the oxtinction of deer elk and other wild animals that live in this great Government game n serve So numerous have the couI gars become thnt the Government through President Roosevelts rC commendation has given John andII Homer Gou celebrated guides and hunters at seeker Colo a contract to clear the lions out of Yellowstone Park John Golf is the guide who won fame taking President Roose felt on his sucesful cougarhunting trip in Colorado jul ivhti vas en b3id to guide the Pre illnt m hi- stirecent Colorado trip GotFam his brother will haveseveral assist ants all Celebrated licin hunters and with his great pack of cougar hunt ing dogs will make a thorough bu siness of ridding Yellowstone Park of its pestaThe work of hunting lions in lowstone Park will it is estimated lake several seasons and in the meantime there is a demand for lion hunters in Colorado Wyoming amiC other cattle states where stockmen are suffering great losses from these predatory animals Cougars are said to be on the increase in theI Rocky Mountains and unless something is done to stop their ravagesi they will not only make wa much ofthe wild game but will inflict incalculable damage on thelive stock industryfto enormous o mountain lions in Yellowstone Park the Government will not have to pay a large bounty to the Goff brothers The hunters will receive the bounty flineach for their work Most of the work is done between the spring andt fall for the winters are very severe in Yellowstone Park the climaticI conditions being almost to the moisture generated by many geysers The work will be donet systematically and there is no one else in the country equipped to carry tonmg cougarain such wholesale fashionf The Goff brothers have the and finest pack of cougar hounds inj the world A good cougar houndw costs 35 to 100 as puppybut on a mere bagatelle in comparison with of the work of training the hounds The animals have to hf trained constantly in the work of trailing and treeing cougars and in learning how to close with them when they have been brought to the ground desper ately wounded And then after months of training a dog may develop a yellow streak and prove utterly wothless for cougar work a saOwingenormous amount of work necessary w in securing a tvell trained pack of cougar hounds there are few pro ftisional hunters of mountain lions in the country Without dogs it is an almost hopeless task to hunt lion sttheypossessed of such enormous strength do that in many case= they can slake with the traps after they have IIkttshoots a mountain lion tw the animal I is found eating the carcass of a colttl 1111 calf which it had killed hutITl stthegets successfully away Must oCtheI I ofves killed by the lions are under fist six months old If they tvluhlcon tent them oIcs with eating the carI rassos of the animals they kill tIllI loso to stockmen wuld not bo su heavy but cougars develop u taste which is fairly epicurean and wilt have nothing but the bimd of cadresI Frequently a stockman finds on thebrange close together tht carcasses of three or four calves ul killed Lj the same animal An Arizona stockman riiertly i ported that the lion was traced tnl lit lair and killed Scat tcredabout 1 the place wore the bodies of II caves I alllUledwithin a short tints i For some reasons tin mountain lion prefers the 1I1hIf a colt to I hat of any other animal ani1couj gaahave become the terlulf raisers in thu Rocky mountains j Slat a It is estimated that as a iv i of the ravages of mountain lions in the last year hot 50 colts are left alive on the range between Phenb and Prescott Always Successful When indigestion become chron it is dangerous Kodol Dyspepsia will cure indigestion and all trout resulting therefrom thus prevent ing catarrh of the stomach Dr Newbrough of League W Va says To those suffering from in digestion or sour stomach I would say there is no hotter remedy tli Kodol Dispepsia Cure I have prc fcribed it for a number of my p tients with good success Kodol Dyspeysia cure divests what you ent makes the stomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin S Bro MAGNETIC FIELD- sIn Indiana Mysteriously Draw- All the Electric Storms LUllnnnoll Nrx1j A mysterious magnetic field in the southwestern part of Lake County is attracting no little attention local scientific minds and rousing much interest because of Take them in situ as the geologists say on the head of their rightful wner and in length breath and thickness they inspire in the mind of every inteligent human being a feeling of genuine awe I do not see even an intelligent dog or horse can behold a pair of 70inch moo antlers without being profoundly impressed The antlers spring hor izontly from an upper corner of till bestir on astern of soil bone that is trunk of a hickory sapling A oot or so from the burr it throws off toward the front quite Tgratui tously as it were two or three big spears of bone that are of much use in a fight As soon as there is coo for real development the main sue ttens out into an enormous slab bone perhaps two inches in thic 12 to 18 inches wide from two- hree to feet long This is the palma and a very appropriate name is hollowed like a human palm and studded along its upper edge ith from six to twelve fingers and of solid bone In sheer exuberance of strength andexcess of horn material Alaskan oose antler occasionally throws off rom the lower of its palm or it may from the front of the beam obi- ugged spurroot of bone which al ays has an extraimpressive affect the beholder The largest antler Field Museum at Chicago They have a spread of 7SJ inches mill weigh BaA pounds An Easy Author Do you read Shakespeare much NoBut you said you admired him Yes What I chiefly admired bout him is that you are perfectly fe in saying his plays are grout t going to the trouble of total ng them Can You Eat J B Taylor a prominent merchant of Chriesman Tex says ould not eat because ofa weal- omach I lost all strength and ru own in weight All the money soul was dune but all hope of recur ery vanished Hearing of sonic won cures effected by use of Ko Dyspepsia Cure I it The first bottle benefittedI and after taking four tin fully restored to my usual weight and health Ko Dyspepsia cure digests what you at tndeuivs Sold by Z Wayne Gr fc Bra BEST FOR TH BOWELS t roc huTent remlir hUb movement of th wh trf ry dar ronr 111 or Kill te Keep your owel to well Force In therhapeo- rlolnt olntno1 kloltboPIa potion U duirr ui The CANDY CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pltaiant Ptlatable Potent Tail Good Da uonJ Utrtr Sicken Weaken orOrlpei tOS and 110 cent per box Write for fret temple gad OOkIlet on health Addreii 111 Sterling Remedy Compiny Chicago or Net York KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN rMONSTER SNAKE Held Woman While He Drank a w1 ole Pail of Milkis1 slftanll Ixort bleMiss Marie CRorney daughter t prominent residents of Uon Humni I County had a thrilling udventurt with a moiiBter snake as the result of which site narrowly uied dent 1 1111bj blood poison by stepping on PIefrom the snake The young woman with a pail ii her hand went to her favorite Jer soy for the purpose of doing he r evening milking During the da the animal had been pickiiig in tamo grass spot and at the time o milking still bore the picket line The Jersey appeared to be greatl annoyed by Hies and mosquitoes changed its position a number is times As the cow changed position Mis Czerney would follow it up anddut ing this operation her ankle beam entangled as she supposed in the picket rope The cow seemed to grow quieter and after milking steadily for several minutes l1is Czerney became concerned at the small amount of milk Inthe pail Fearing that the pail had sprang a leak she looked full into it and at tempted to raise it when she wt horrified by the discovery that a monster snake had its head in the pail the weight of the reptile make ing it difficult to raise the pail from the ground The snake evidently I had been drinking the mik about as i fast as it poured in the pail Greatly frightend by the discus cry Miss Czerney gave n scream sprang to her feet and made a das for her home But she had taken a few steps when she made the furtherI discovery that instead of ropelmaround her ankle The reptile wit sackweight that the young lady was thrown violently to the ground Finally gaining her freedom fromI the monster which she was able to shake off only after superhuman etlorts she continued her flight to ward home In her haste she stepped on a rusty nail which penetrated the flesh to the depth of about two inches Blood poison set in and only by ting hardest kind of work was the life of the young woman saved Numerous and Worthless Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve front Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind Pilese3teczema and protruding Icuts burns bruised and all skin dis eases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worhless counterfeits Ask for DeVitts the genuine Sold by Z Wayne Grillin K Bro- Captain Death An English master mariner named Death has had his nanfe changed warkshipdwas would care about risking a voyage in u ship captain by loath Bost For Children Mothers bo careful of the health of your Children Look out for WhoopingIMinute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Con tains no opiates Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro How to Can Fruit quartEcupisugar into a preserving kettle in layers and let it stand an hour During this time the simmer in the waiter to be added 1 tease plonful of cherry stones for every quart of fruit strain and add sufficient boil ing water to make up for the amount which has boiled away Add this to the fruit and let boil steadily for eight minutes then seal at once For oxheart cherries allow 1 cupful of sugar and 2 cupfuls of water for each quart of fruit Do not stone but puncture each cherry two or l three times with a fine darning need le then cook in the sirup for ten I minutes a A Bushel of Children Willie Ive been married he- years and got a bushel of children Jamns Howa that Willie My aunt is Peck Ive pecksfCASTOR IA 1For Infants and Children IIThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thelFishing With Pitchforks i They fish with pitchforks out in Kansas put in the conductor who had been listening One day last alongf on bank of an ole Irhr bed that had been dry so long it had been planted highrepsover cane driving through the field the horses splashing the water over i themselves and him Suddenly he thelwagonlborreached over the side of n pichfork as if driving for a last pumpkin But it was a fish he was after He got it squirming and wiggling to the surface hoisting it lungesup a the third was bigger still noel he had hard work to land it That old corn field was fairly alive with cat fish and carp come in from the river Did he get them 1Il1 asked the insurance marl Not that way He took a wagon nhtheIcropJbuyhpup o Startling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality for appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awfuldiseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills 11 Flannery of 11 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal forCo stipation and Biliousness 2Tc at Z Wayne Gritlin Bro druggist Subscribe for Tim RKiUHUCAN 0 II c co L U M B I A lear nrlvtilecl ualcal Hunt ttractlve yN numm eulmxmImm 0000 0 TALLCORN STORY I Grows So Fast in Missouri That Popping Sounds Like Artillery IlhI iMutNYu Stories of big corn are going the rounds in the papers and this News adds the following little mite About at rrii aIBill Harris who has bO aero of corn two tiles north uf Chula concluded he would 0 through it once more with a cUltl1 vator He drove into the j morning and started down the row He had some in his gate But he found it imporsible to I keep his mules in the field After repeated efforts he drove home and unhitched The corn was growing so fast that the popping sounded like artillery jiml his muleshaving never been in battlewould not stand for the t awful din The noise of the grow i ing corn rawed the words of com mand with which Mr Harris was j wont to control the wild impetuosity of his hybrid steels in time of peace t and he has been for the month past and even up to this day to drive out of his way to keep from passing the noisy 80 Our friends in form us that the conditions are get ting better because of the fact that the popping and snapping is where the new ears shoot that is pretty well up the stalk and already the corn is so high that you can only I hear mufiled reports He says that by next week the corn will be so j high that you will not hear it at all except the echo from the Medicine Hills at night time And thus it is that Missouri keeps up her fine re putation for tall splendidcorn CA TORssIel- antit lhs KM Yoa Kin Aarj Bade Btaata 01 h Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it For rlumA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Monty back If It fails Trial Bottle frHo olumhia BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 75Oio1OO Disc Machines 12 to 65 Too Oraphophono reproduces all kinds of muslo perfectly band orchestra violin vooal and Instrumental solos oto It Is an ondloss source of rlglnaloud HI nsptring 25C sucIi compelled KingsNew G NI IIIN In5N n5NIII IIIIINI111II IMIN ININ ININIININI1II COLUMBIA Moulded Cylinder RecordsINIIILIx IlIIi i Central i Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Personal Attendance of Individual Holders IDesired MKHTINd a+ l 1 Public notion is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of tin Stockholders of thu Illinois Cent nil Railroad Cpmpany will be held at the Company olllce in Chicago Illinois on Wednesday October IK 1111011Iattendance at be issued To Lath holier ofOne or MorcSharcs IIIhluisI ilat the on close of business on Tuesday ageM y A TICKET ENABLING HIM ORIIHK TO TRAVHL FuEl over the Companys lutes from the station on the Illinois Central Hail road nearest to his or her registered +address to- GHlCflGO and RETURN such ticket to be good for the jour F + fey to Chicago only during the Four hays Immediately Ircieedinj and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meetingand the Tour hays Immediately Following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 119115 aIhe obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago but each stock holder must individually apply for jJhis or her ticket rack application rmust state the full name and ad dress of the Stockholder exactly as given in hior her Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person will he ear tied true in respect to anyone holding of stock as registered on tire p ir books of the Company r A G HACKSTAFF Secy m muuu IJ Grand Prize I vSi Louis I9O4 00 raphophonesMMNrVNMNNh qualtottosl N I I Gold GI R E C o R D S we HOLD THC RtCOKl J Icntu Ininy uptlvutha utwutin rig ea+onant- rllghtful uporlor IW11 1 21I giqpllnCU1UCOLUMBIA 7Inch SO cents each 5 per dozen IOlncIi 1 each 10 per dozen Grand Opera Records made In lOInch discsI only 2 each Said for Imtoul omtmlogumm of mmohlnum and record Wo hmvo all the newt popular hits In both style of record cyllndurn and dlcm Columbia Phonograph Company 117119 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 Grand Prix l St Loulft IOO4 1 x t rr acN Nf rtsr Wfi 111 1P 1 nata CI jf J- y1 l f mI J Ip tQ CC i N qrA + l- 1V J OLD BRITISH SHIP I i tSunk by Commodore Perry Ir 1813 May Cause Trouble Detroit leech Aug 23 The pro posed raising and removal to Detroit of three British war vessels which 1 bavers sunk in the Hiver Thames in ithe famous land and naval battle of October 5 1813 may precipiate an international controversy The remains of these once sUumch war vessels were a part of the British fleet that attempted to resist Inminmlorc Perry at PutinBay r At that time the whole Northwest ern country through the surrender of Detroit by Hull had fallen into British hands After the crushing idefent administered by Perry the i remnant of the British fleet flipped to detroit and was hasti ly passed into service by Gen Proc Mi tor who realized that wifely lay on ly in flight Four vessels were hastily loaded loaded with armsammunitionstores government papers and other plun der from Detroit and all speed made to Lake St Clair The little fleet i o took refuge on the Thames and in e the battle whiek followed the ships weru sunk TecUinsoh the great Indian chief assisted the British lost H his family and Proctor escaping lat 1ercommitted suicide I The vessels were forgotten untill several years ago when unusual low 4 water in the Thamos revealed one of J I them A plan was originated to have them recovered brought to f Detroit and presented to the city as memorial No action was taken r however until several days ago when a Detroit exploring party e headed by Burton and Charles L I Clark quietly began operations So far the work of their divers has 1 resulted in tin delinit location of three vowels at points one and a half to six miles up stream from Chatham tt Tho vessels are istrtlyor wholly r covered with sand and earth In the one most exposed the hull was 1found to contain boxes and barrels bully and other stores Further search in expected to re vealchosts of silver which records in possession of the explorers show were taken up on the boats Mr Burton in speaking of the ex plorations last night said that he T 4uxpettUd no serious difficulty as a rresultofinterference by the Dominion i Government He declared the vosel were now private properly and that he would be nhle to effect a bargain Whereby he should take them over If plans are carried out the vessoli will be presented to the city ti 0 of Detroit and be placed in a special j ly constructed museum on Belle IcIsler Newspapers on the Canadian side R however are vigorously protesting a against such action and it is likely that the Dominion government will lit called upon to take action in the matter There is more Catarrh in this sec yLionof the country than all other 1 r put togther and until the last few years was supposed to be yelrsff t d by constantly Sailing to cure with local teatment pronounced it incur r1 uMe Science has foven catarrh to hea constitutio disease and there f fork requires onstitutional treat men foils Catarrh Cure manu faejJeu by J Cheney Co- cxdo Ohio is the only constitu tk pure on the market It is tak en 1 jiaiy in doses from 10 drops to a tuWponful It acts directly on h the bloi d mucous surfaces of II thesysteilBiPney offer one hundred dollars for it fails to cure t Send for tire hd testimonals I Address F jHncy Co To leflo O- t Sold DrtdiceTake Hallfor con Ilir Htipation fjf m Ki klan Couldnt Wait r rurtluudOrrctl- teraayt a thirsty man from r Kentucky walked along one of the j aisles in manufacturers building at the exposition wondering how it i was between drinks in Oregon Sv i Come in and register and youll 1get a sample of our whisky said a voice at his left The Kentuckian went into the r a i n tk kriy rM til fUy4U a booth with alacrity and wrote his I name in the book Then he eyed the attendant expectantly with a mouth I that would have watered had it not been as dry as Death Valley in Au gustThank you said the attendant Dont thank me sub replied the Kentuckian Im the one te thank you suhthat is sub And he waited some more Fine day remarked the attend ant turning to other duties Might be a fine day for you suli but looks to me like a frost Whas yo whiskyIn bottles replied the at tendant Ah but pardon me suh but whas my sample that I was going to get suhOh that will be sent to you at your home address Young man said the Kentuck ian If I dont get that thah drink befo I get back to my home address Ill be the deadest man yo evah saw sal Young man dolt now No Unpleasant Effect If you over take DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness or consti pation you know what pill pleasant is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effect Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro RUSSIAN PRIEST Burled Alive With a Corpse to Break a Prolonged Drought ilr++iii or London stnnilnnl A pope or Russian village priest has been buried alive by a mob of peasants in the Crimea The people had ascribed the prolonged drought which has ruined their crops this season to the death of a certain old man who had been regarded as a wizard no rain having fallen since his burial in March lastAccording to the popular superstition it was necessary in order to appease the sorcerers splritthnt his remains should be exhumed at mid night and after being sprinkled with the holy water by a priest replaces in the grave- Accordingly on sunday with a procession of villagers headed by boys and girls carrying torches and accompanied by fiddlers and flautists playing dismal dirges set out for the the cemetery The body of the dead wizard was duly exhumed and placed in sit ting posture against a tree around which 10 or 50 of the peasants danced a weird dance to the accom paniment of the village musicians- in the midst of the curious ceremonial Father Constantin the village pope arrived and upbraided them for their superstition The crowd at this grew indig nant Some among them who were under the influence of vodka shout ed that he was the real wizard as the spirit of the dead man had en tered into his body The priest was accordingly seized and despite his shrieks for mercy was hurled by four of the men into the reopened grave the remains of the corpse being flung in after him with earth and stones BetterWay The tissues of the throat are inflamedand irritated you coughand there is more irrita tionmore coughing You take a cough mixture and it eases the irritation for a while You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cutes the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL SEND YOU A SAMPLE FREE SCOTTBOWNE 40rawYork re I r WONDERFUL HORNS i Of The Alaskan Moose Have a Spread of SeventyEight Inches Irlh to hltCIt1- After all has been said about tin horns of the worlds greatest honor ed animals there are positively none that equals in impressiveness the gigantic mass that crowns the head of a really big Alaskan moose queer pranks cut by lightning in that neighborhood The territory covered by the strange and weird electrical manifestations embraces only a few squaro miles in West Creek Township one of the south tier of township and is located a few miles north of the great Kankakee marshes More havoc is created annually in this one spot with a radius of less than two miles than in any four entire counties in this part of stateEvery thunderstorm in the vicinity is sure to pass over the spot no matter in what direction the wind may lie and its passage is sure to be marked by terrific bursts of lightning At night time the displays are at times grand andmagnificent yet terrifying to the bravest heart and extremely dangerons Bolt after bolt of molten fire is shot fromI heaven to earth lighting the try up for miles with a dazzling glare of light So much havoc has been wrought by lightning that some insurance companies refuse risks in the district and others are about to impose additional rates to cover the extra cost- Four large hay barns within a half mile radius were struck recently and burned causing a loss of 1200 Only one of these that of Henry Brant was insured and it only for about one half its value Theothers belonging to Volney Forter William Hatton and James Hayden were un insuredIt beep found impossible to keep a telephone service in operation in the territory as every storm that passes leaves wrecked lines and blackened and shattered poles us a reminder of the lightnings wrath Numerous horses and cattle have been killed and there is not a build ing or a tall tree that does not bear evidence of the destructive forces of natures electrical energy Three fatalities have occurred in the last three years and every inhabitant of the spot has felt the lightning force to a greater or less degree It is said that a wireless telegraPh would be inoperative and messages inter cepted by the weird forces that seem to lie concealed in the ground Even in fair weather a telephone system using the ordinary grounded wire is useless and even a metallic circuit is operated with diiiiculty Many theories are advance but the most plausible one seems to be that a large body of strong magnet ic ore crops out near the surface and attracts the electrical forces of the clouds Another theory is that a large body of meteoric ore lies in this neighborhood mad is the attracting medium StrlkoE Hlaoon Rocks When your ship of healthstrikes the hidden rocks of consumption I Pneumonia etc you are lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption J W McKinnon of Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill with pneumonia under the care of two doctors but was getting no bet when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat branchitis atZjWayneprice 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 0 Snflower Philosophy At bloc I Kmi Globe The moonlight would be consider ed prettier if it were notsuch a cheap showNo one ever repeated a slander story for a good purpose- A rainy night would do more than duty to keep a man at home There is one thing we would be willing to do for an enemy decorate his grave If you want to avoid marrying young man do not go too long with the same girl- Nothing I makes o great big man more ashamed thanto ride through town or a picnic wagon I A marritd woman with money inI IIher pocketbook is one of the mos sights in the world Twenty years ago every family in town owned a fine tooth comb and used it Is there one in town now It must he terribly embarrassing to be a sixteenyearold girl with I Princess idem and to be fat If a woman understands the art of babying she will have no trouble injgetting along with a man We should like to know a man who feels rested on Monday because of a rest on Sunday Nothing will make the neighbors more curious than for doctor to go into the home of a newly married coupleThere arc a good many coming young men who seem for some rcus on to never get any nearer than the next station It takes so much stork to get ready for some pleasures that you are too tired to enjoy them when they comeThe married woman who went away for the summer last year and wno did not go away this year prob ably heard something on her re turnYou cannot reasonably expect others to do more for you than you do for if you cannot help ourselfothers will not do it for youThe Colonels Waterloo Colonol John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Water ton from Liver and Kidney trouble in a recent letter he says 1 was nearly deadof these complaints and although I tried my family doctor he did me no good so I got a oOc bottle of your great Electric bit ters which cured me J consider them the best medicine on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Bil iousness and Kidney Disease by Z Wayne Grillin Bro druggist at 50c a bottle Recipe for a World Take one man a woman and a garden Add an apple and a good fresh snake Stir gently until the pot begins to boil then drain off the apple and keep adding children Simmer on u slow fire then put on ice Alternate between the two extremes giving the whole a good j sound basting when needed turning slowly in a proper space Keep ad i dint time until the mass is sf the consistency ofIt mud pie covered with ants Multiply the inhabitants and garnish with villages towns citiesvand empires Now introduce H little theology and enough devil i sauce to spice Keep adding battle murder sudden death and a good layer of cant Put plenty of salt in the water and sprinkle with bad so ciety When your world is finished throw it in the fire and bin a I over again OASTCJBXABean theittRind You Ham Always Bought B gar 1If fGood Business- A writerwho spends his summer at the seashore tells the following story An ignorant countryman who saw the sea for the first time was such impressed with the effect of the blue water and asked a fisherman if he could tell him the owner as he would like tobuy a gallon to take home to hiswife The fisherman replied proudly Us me manwe ownt it i Lands sakes exclaimed th rustic Could you sell me a gallon for fifty cents Sure said the fisherman and he disappeared returning in a few min utes with a jar of water for which he received the countrymens fifty I centsThe latter departed with his purchase Returning later in the day after the tide had gone out he gazed in silent wonder at the water which had receded far from the beach Gummehe exclaimed dont they do a trade BrutalityI bru of Syracuse N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy he says cut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied Buck lins Arnica Salve which quickly healed and saved his eye GoodI for burns and ulcers too at Z Wnyne Griffin Bro drug store YJyGy Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has licca la uso for oer 30 years has borno tlio signature of anti has been made under his per jf74Z sonal supervision slnco Its Infancy- Allow no ono todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations anal Jnstnsgood oro hut Experiments that trlllo with and endanger tlio health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare- gorIc Drops anti Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhcfca and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach nut Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS r Bears the Signature of ttlsr 9 U4 The KM You Have Always Boughtr In Use For Over 30 Years THe CCNTAUN corn NY TT MURRAY ITIIItT HIWVOHK CITY r eS O tpy SS a a a p f fHarris Positive Pile Cure I The Biggest Seller of the Age Why IIfCIWlt curr compleuly nmlntomv ttrrlleYeIbepongeulthying dtath 1Ieeof riledranbPeured hPnarghHIopedttunhtttynuwoald rattier brave IMlo currcl without th knife HAHItlS IHrtlTlVK niErniE till doIt Made only by thol I LtltrhfMd PlmrmntnlCo Iln1 For oale by J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky S a a A BUSINESS inaii or ynim woiinn tale wiildwin iccei + ill life This being conceded it U ot tint imVortnwe in rot y nr training at the schools that stand in the- i very trout rank BRYANT STRATTON Business College N E Cor Second and Walnut Sts Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING tIItocptriencet1 teachers each one a SHORTHAND iot in his line Wrilu for a beautiful book givinga1 TYPEWRITING icsiitnnuiil + from graduates occupying prominent Illrliliw + 11I tell UlliJ1IIIit will be nailed to you FREE School 111111 hYf ndrns MH enter at any timN O J WRIGHT Prcwldortt 4 A GOOD EYE A STEADY HAND AND A Steveni RUle Flitol or Shotgun man ramb411nerytime Stevimt arms an eIWImlerllrOSJeouI Evtrr tnII it Itivet ouf fti rylt tnt 4f jrcii rU an euaunteed to A abto luttly iwfca PoNT FAIt to Itn t e Atli dealer anJ laiitt IlotlrcjH1a refneuealeearknI Item will Uli luem 0 I r Lat of lhmtlndMdle1 wereiCMICUIEH FALLS MASS U So A THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your lob Printing in heistt1as manner III EDUCATIONI Low One Wy Colonist RatesI Via i Big Four Route- i i To- CALIFORNIA I I WASHINGTONOREGON IDAHOMONTANA UTAHr land IntcrmecHeite tcrrltory T IckctM 01 halo Mcli I to toy IS For full information ctparticu lars ns to rates tickets etc call on agents Uijj Four Route or ad dress the undersigned I WAHllKN J IYNT1I u 1 A T A- ClnrlnpntlOhto I N J utvnsloan AmnitiI lonUvlllo Ky 3Codol Dyspepsia Cure 1Dlgeats what you eat +++++ J 01 + + 4 li++ H+++H 11 FEIHACURA thifor VViunli IMMIIM nn un the market bat the only out LEITC11hrLUIHAIZMACALCol L I KyItinel FotiaUt T + 4 + + tlf u r au rV V artford Republican leeuedbrthe llurtlord 1uhllabinglnmpnn- rpnroapnaasanl t K HulrulllnrL I130I7LF- 3Combrased 4 oucrb ZSva 2 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET roll niHKNINTVTlVi CHARLES C BEARD Fun elllsI JlUIIE W B TAYLOR i rOIl elllSTY rOlUT IlKIlK W S TIKSLEY FOK rorSTY ATTOUSKV- K M WOODWARD roil MIKllllF R B MARTIN 1 l Full JUIKII OSCAR MIDRIFF SlirKltlSTKSItlXT OP SCHOOLS JAMES M DKWEE3E KOK 8SKSSO SAM W LEACH Full Imnnnlll- NATHANIEL MOXLEY FOIL COHOXKII JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGISTRATE I llnrtlonl Hlntrlct Xclwlm llnrniM 4 5 Cromwell DUtrlct W P Miller InnI6 llnford District lira H Chamberlain C Ontcrtown Dbtrlrt llrrlwrt Itrniltr 7 Itockport letrlctJobn Jlllen FOR CONSTABLE I Ilnrtfora District J II Dentil 5 Cromwell mtrlctn U Younir 3 Sulphur Sprlnim Dlstrlrt Wnlter Mlilkin 4 MnliTlIle District K Redden C iVntcrtoirn Dlntrtet XV IIlllll 7 Idickport District Jnmm Clark Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us EVERY day we receive a new guess e from Portsmouth Miss ALICE Roossgoing to Pekin She will probably meet Wu Ting Fang while there IT IS insisted by Russia that she has never paid indemnity Well there has to be a first time OUTSIDE of Portsmouth New Or leans and Philadelphia there seems to be little going on worth mentioning MATIIMETICIANS will probably be interested in the Russian envoys attempt to reduce an irreducible min imumAN irrepressible conflict is coming between those who regard office as a public trust and those who regard it as a private snap SECRETARY TAFT will not return until the first of October The Fil ipinos will continue to he delighted for a month longer IT MAY be a grain of consolation to most of us to note that John D Rockefeller did not begin to accum ulate money until after he was thirI live years of age THE report that whisky drinking in New York is declining willocca sion no surprise Most of the mem bers of the Smart Set are out of the city at this season TilE Commercial Appeals pauses to ask what shall we do with Mr Roosevelt when his term expires It is not probable that we will have to do anything with the President as he will likely do for himselfI SOME of the most buoyant and knavish Democrats are heard to whisper it about that if they can only once more elect a Sheriff and County Court Clerk they will shut the Republicans out ever afterwards An honest incumbent in either of these offices has no special leverage But an unscrupulous Democrat as Sheriff might help to manipulate the election machinery against the Republicans j r TilE Hartford Herald out of its immensity of witidom and by the I t grace of a ready assistant breathes forth the following To opfnk ot tAe tatUCtt ilvlit liniuil trmnlnx OVT ttip county when InlnrJ P Mllltr WNI flrnt elected County hair n rn jrran nim Axelhrxtnrrllrrl uu the llnrtfird ItepnUlinn II tu tliiuut n teal rug In the Inn of that animal that IIIIWH prrnpM nriil bellows Do you know that THE REITBUC AN is thoroughly satisfied that the above slang excerpt was the conception of and originated in the mind ofone of the men asking election tc office on the ticket headed by the J P Miller mentioned therein The antics of THE REPUHLICAN however do not constitute any part of the issues in the present contest for county offices What the people want to know is what the various iron bridges built during the la seven years have cost the county and the reason why the contracts ft their construction have been let privately intead of at public outcry to the lowest responsible bidder and what has become of the balance of the money which should have been left out of the 81000 excess culled ed in the past seven years over tl e preceeding seven years after tin payment of the alleged 35000 These are u few of the things th are of interest to the voters of county now the Heralds attempt through its candidate assistant to put forth TilE REPUBLICANS alleged antics to the contrary notwith standing NARROWS Aug mThe coal barons about Narrows have formed a trust and unlike the trust magnates of the East who maintain the strictest movements the Narrows coal kings have posted public notices of their agreement not to sell coal below 5J cents a bushel There are a hal dozen small mines near here an the operators who are also the mi ners have signed up the agreement referred to and posted copies of it up for public notice The coal con sumers who are farmers and laboring people chiefly are forming a club to have their coal shipped i car load lots from Fordsville or DeanfieldThe County Baptist Association met at Pleasant Grove church near Shreve Tuesday The attendance was very large and the meeting very interesting Reginald Bennett left Wednesday for Elkton Ky where he goes to attend a preparatory theological schoolMr John Clark and wife of Han cock county visited their son Mr Reet Clark near Sunnydale last weekMr H L Thomas and Henry Berkley went to Loretto Marion county Wednesday Mr Thomas goes to visit the home of his youth which he has not seen for fiftytwo yearsMr Andrew Sullivan and Miss Iva Gully were married Thursday Mr Jack Thompson of Owens boro is visiting his daughter Mrs Henry Carter SMALLHOUS Aug 30Clyde Lawton South Carrollton was in our midst yester dayMrs Dianona Brown South Car rollton is the guest of relatives hereSam Withrow is suffering greatly from the effects of getting a wheat beard in his eye while threshing wheat recently Mrs M P Maddox is quite sick Mrs Mag Faught is very ill of typhoid fever R P Miller and son Owensboro Marvin Miller of Texas and four other gentlemen whose names we did not get spent several days fishing on Green River near Mr Sam Mortons this week Mrs Ray Addington is dangerously ill at her home near here Melvin Landrum and family Ech ols were the guests of Mr and Mrs Bud Allen Saturday and Sunday R P Balls was in our midst Sun dayMrs Bettie Hatcher Centertown Get Ridof Q Banchei eruptions Inflammations fore neu ot the eyelid and ears diseases of bone rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting are only some of the troubles it cause It ii a very attire evil making havoc o 1athe whole system HoodsSarsaparillaI Eradicates It tarn all its manUelltatlODl and builds up the whole tyitean I Accept no lubitltute I pgy p Ayers This falling of your hair Stop it or you will soon be bald Give your hair some Ayers Hair Vigor The failing will stop the hair will Hair Vigor grow and the scalp will be clean and healthy Why be satisfied with poor hair when you can make it rich nrarlr all nm nut I strsIIlr Vigor and only MIX I t- lhrntrldl the ftlllnir Nrwbalicmolnreeltblrkend last a mite cnrlJ Mtt U X SMITH IrBaratoa N due Irh forhrI1R lx Thick Hair tis the guest of her sistersMrs P B Taylor and Mrs Sallie Drake Oppie Kittinger is absent front goodsl afterta DavisRobert Hunter and Jake Barnard anticipate going to Utica tomorrow They will be the guests of Mr and Mr Jas S Trunnell for a few days WHITESVILLE lug 30Miss Cora Pate Owens boro is the guest of her uncle Wil lisHardenMiss Wedding returned to her home in Hartford Tuesday after- a a weeks visit to relatives here Shed was accompanied home by Mrs Livia Cecil and daughter Haffey Miss Blanche Edmonson has re turned home after a visit to Miss Martha Kittinger Mrs John Kittinger has returned home after a visit to relatives inn South Carrollton Miss Annie Bell gave a big party Saturday night in honor of her vis itors and also the visitors of the town A large crowd was present and all report a delightful time Misses Annie Hagan Mary Wed ding and Gertrude Hickey and Messrs C J Berry Wm Petrie and Chas McCarty spent Sunday at Powers the guests of Miss Katie Petrie Miss Annie Hickey left for Cincin nati Ohio Sunday She was accompanied as far as Louisville by George BrooksThose who visited here last week were Misses Allie Fielden and Sallie Hewlett Pleasant Ridge Nora Taylor Habit Fannie B Roberts Yelvington Essie Purcell Bon Har bor Ferry The Ladies of St Mary Catholic church will give an ice cream supper Saturday night The A Sof E supper which wasI given Saturday night was very successful Mrs Jno McBrady Owensboro is the guest of friends and relatives hereMrs Willis Holder entertained the young folks Tuesday evening in hon or of Miss Cora Pate her niece Miss Annie McBrady will leave Wednesday for St Louis Mo where she will resume her position BUFORD Aug 30 Tobacco cutting is the order of the day Miss Sadie Hudson of Hartford returned home Monday after several weeks visit here C L Fields and wife Owensboro visited their mother Mrs Coleman Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Mattie Wells Andersonville is visiting her daughter Mrs Oscar Turner Mrs Hettie Fields and daughters Owensboro wenttoLivermore after visiting Mrs Coleman several days J B Wells Cleveland Ohio vis ited his uncle Judge Ben Newton last week Miss Gertie Fickling Owensboro returned home Tuesday after sever al weeks visit in this community Mrs Fannie Blair has bought four acres of land from Mrs Lottie Paris wing in front of John Blairs resi 1edeuce for the sum of two hundred dollarsMrs Charlie Tichenor happened to painful accident Sunday evening a horse began kicking while going down hill and she jumped out of the buggy and it ran over her ankle and bruised it badly Miss Grace Howard Owensboro Rhtgejweeks visit to their aunt Mrs Wal ter Blair i r I CANE RUN I Aug LIMr G1 Christian fill- edj his regular appointment at Oak Grove Saturday and Sunday I I Mr H C Wilson left last Thurs day for Fulton Ky after visiting relatives and friends in this community I a few days I Mrs N A Daniel wits the guest TuesdaynightI J 11 Christian started out this morning with his cane mill Elder J F Baker of Sulphur Springs will begin It protracted meeting at Salem church tonight I Mrs Laura Franklin and children of Evansville Ind are the guests of I relatives near Salem Hill Christian returned home lost Saturday from Illinois titer spend ing six months I Miss Lidn Miller was the guest of her aunt Mrs Maggie Christian Saturday night nearIwere guests of relatives and friend near Salem Saturday and Sunday J G Wilson has gone to Beaver Dam today on bus lIlISICABTOnrABn thethe Kind Yoa Have Aaap Bead I glsn Y411Pd j Hartford College Hartford Ky Old Well EstablisIiedReliable It has educated more successful inistitutionamongjthe IIIindustlJfourths of the teachers of Ohio coun ty have raceived training within its walls Business Department The Business Department will be II conducted by Miss Nettie Rogers who after graduating in a business college with the highest honors was elected to a responsible position in a business college in West Vir ginia which position she resigned toIcome here She will also teach correspondence First Term Opens SepU05 Third Term Opens Jan 16 OB1 Expenses are as low or lower than in any other firstclass institution Catalog free Address LN GRAY President un wsassssssssssesssssssss EPBARNESBRO Stoves Stoves I4dTho most essential to satisfactory liotisokeepinj something to cook and an O K Cook Stovu Iis cook it on Its a pleasure to gut a meal on one thy 0 K levels The harks last live years All the firebox linings will last tunes longer than July other mako of tOO Easy to operate and an ornament to your kitchen GIRLS dont you agree to many any man until he promises to buy for your kitchen an O K make of Stove 0 KI STOVES AND RANGES ALWAYS IN STOCK Wagons Wagons The hauling season is here and many of you will lind yourselves confronted with the necessity of buying a new wagon We are in a position to serve you wolf in this line Having all sixes inrlLow anti High Wheels of tho Old Hickory and Tennessee Wagons If you are in 1102dof a Wag on or Buggy come to sets us Wo willcertainly make it interesting for you r V i 4 Yr r J J ABA BB8B8BBBb D gtSQgBe THE NEWS IN BRIEFAT 4 t Long 6c CoSE- CONOMY STOeEJIj I 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 and 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 cost Neckwear News For gentlemen A big line of the very newest things will be on display Saturday August 26th All the new styles and new shades in FourinHand Ascots Midgets Strings and Windsors Young man if you want a nice new Tie for Sunday come and inspect this stock of Ties Skirt News I il 4 v i They are now op display Not tomorrow but today So ttAndThe quantity is great and the styles very late most of the weaves are new and the price is right havenyouryour skirt in three or four days afterwards Fit guaranteed Clothing News They are here now for Old Men Young Men Boys and Youths We are confident we tan show 4Clothingmade 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 e and let us show you through our stock A T 1H8rtford Kentucky a ow tEFairs Saturday II iii tSpecIals I IeBelieving that our trait appreciate our special illreduction IIlIun Saturday we will again show S ourIappreciation of their lihenil patronage hy some extraordinary values tin Saturday Septem 4- Ii beriind ONE DAY ONLY ill ta It 3Fairs Silk Special m ill I For Saturday only We will sell our 3ti inch Iour handsome Kast Black guaranteed Tallbttn Silk e rJt1 the regulti 1MJ iialitydesirahle for both m Suits and Waist for only Call and examine quality tFairs Umbrella Special For Saturday wo will have on sale our 150 Ladies Umbrella Wo want to call 89c189cl attention to the handle and the material + this Umbrella the handle consists of a long I t1 and silvered chest Bottom and top chased silvered pattern Material of tf Iicst mercerixod cloth On sale Saturday for iFairs Lawn Special Lrwnskitgain counter Some good desimblo styles left y They go without reserve on Saturday only lot 11 Come early for them Fairs ff M For Saturday only Wo oiler our sixquart tin reserving Kettles that sell everywhere for 25c lollonlyw Mr Besides this one special you will find our Base mont full of useful articles that you pay regularly viseII ATtc x f x The Bargain Center tot I4 frU fAlP PtALcST Ip I Hartford Republican FIUDAYsEPrE IBEI- I 1- IIIlnolscentralRallroad t j Tlme Table Nnrlh nniinil- Nolx Nttl II IIOIIMll iUT t i i K 1iMlllMnni No irMul10 m No Hit doe fMiitu No tntdnariim Nn lit dn U40t m 1JjI tiINOTIOKTlli HKMtlllUAN wll print IFM nlrhnrcc nrmory NnlUm llbllnnrlr Rmolnllon or Krpr l YrSoII extent of 110 word All over thnl miionnl woclmnteforal Ihn 1rite nl Ir per worteeth lij ndvance Arllrlr In exeett nl 130 i or U will be cut down lo nillew I motley I tent rfqnliflml Po elry leu word I I ti f Fres sters at City Restaurant Telhon all special sale at FairsRead t ad for specials on Saturday o I 1 i F J Jennytanzas called to I lee us last Frii BaselmentIts early for F Oysters but city Restaurant y gotem I 1 4See Fairs fle Prints and PerctvYa for school wearI Mr IBC Dever Sulphur Springs j aUed to see us last Saturday i Nicest line of Cakes and Crackers f1 t in Hartford at City Restaurant special prices for Saturday I Should mter economical buyers o Mr JH4FverlyPoint Pleasant woesvery pleasant caller Monday I lL 4clI Basement Specials 8c Mr J W Baker Ceralvo call to see us Monday All Fairs 7c lawns on sale Saturday for 4cper yardcNice fresh Fish always on hands at City Restaurant Bring your Eggs Feathers and Chickens to Carson Co Hon A B Tichenor Matanzas called to see us Monday Mr L C Taylor Matanzas made us a pleasant call Monday Novelties in Side Combs Belts and Ladies Neckwearat Fairs Visit Eairs 5c and lOc Basement and see what nickel will buy Mr J C Lies Beaver Dam was a very pleasant caller Monday We always pay top price for all kinds of Produce CARSON Cor jMr Tom Ford Horse Branch was pleasant caller last Wednesday Ia Another barrel of Heinzs sweet Pickles Fine CITY RESTAURANT Mrs A G Miller Beda called at the Republican office last Saturday J D Taylor Beaver Dam IMr at TilE REPUBLICAN qflice Mon IOurMeals cant be beat CITY RESTAU RANTMr M F Kimbley Ceralvo was a pleasant caller while in town Wednesday IWe will pay you for the next week 125 cts per dozen for Eggs CARSON Co = =r Meesrs J W Morris and son D W Morrjs Jongo were pleasant rlllWyL KLV rITry that Vegetable Soup at City So good City Restaurant for Ice Cream all kinds of Cool Drinks Supply your children with slates and tablets out of Fairs Basement 111list Mr S A Bratcher Mntunz called to see us while in town Well nesdayMiss Lula London Henderson the guest of her cousin Mrs C Barnett Mr W B Taylor Republican no lace for county judge called to Monday Mr James Paul of Oregon State mud Harve Condit Matanzas call lt tt see us Monday Mr D J Duncan Greenville was a pleasant caller at the Republican ofliccla Saturday Mr K R Williams and Brother i Paradise were pleasant callers while in town Wednesday Mrs C W Sturgeon Evansvil is the guest of her parents Mr und Mrs James Mclntire Mrs Olive Cecil and daughter Huffy Whitesvilleare the guests of Dr and Mrs S J Wedding Miss Lydia Goering Hawesville the guest of her brother Mr Goreingat the Commercial Hotel Mr and Mrs Lee Long will lea the 7th inst for Cincinnati to Iu chase the fall stock for Long Co Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Lau dry 46tf Postmaster Wood Tinsley returned Wednesday from Dawson Springs daystMr George M Johnston of Mor Ky has secured a patent 12000xl baler which he sold f Mr John Miles Republican no nee for Magistrate of the Rockport district was a very pleasant caller Tuesday Editor Heber Matthews who has been confined to his room for thein past three weeks is but little if any improved Messrs Thomas and Ira Bean re turned last Saturday from a brief sojourn at White Sulphur Springs Virginia Mrs W D Majors and litt granddaughter Mary Render Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs W B Render ICol C M Barnett and daughter Miss Hattie will return today from a visit to the Niagara Falls and sev points in Canada Mrs W P Render and Mrs A Bown Matanzas were the gues of Mrs Renders daughter Mrs C E Smith Wednesday Dr A D Park Rockport and Dr E W Ford Hartford have formed a partnership for the pro c tice of their profession Misses Essie Smith and Robbie Hays Owensboro are the guests of Miss Nettie Anderson of the North Hartford neighborhood FOR SALE CHEAPGood location for a Doctor collections good Address DR P HARDEN 7t4 Millerstown Ky Mrs Sarah Collins Smith will leav Monday for Eastern markets to purchase the fall millinery andday ladies furnishings for Long Cos Economy Store Dr A F Stanley left Wednesday for Owensboro where he went to bin e attendance at the Elks Lodge of which he is a member He will return today Rev Isaac Francis Swallow wi be united in marriage to Miss Katie Duncan at the First Presbyter church Greenville at 9 oclockk m TuesdaySeptember 5th The Ohio County Baptist association held its fourth annual meeting an Pleasant Grove Tuesday and Wednesday It will meet with t West Point Baptist church next year Mr B W Mauzy D5xoi Ky left Monday for Louisville after 1 few days visit to his brother MrW H chIldren1wiuc f City Restaurant most uptodate I place in Hartford Everything goodmilas r ed Mr and Mrs Rowan Holbrook Miss Sue Yeiserxmd Mr G B Wil looms went to Louisville yesterday t attend Ralph the burial of Mrs Isah 01 asRev E L Carson pastor of the Jl11hascounty for the past few days Ho Dfswill return home today Mr Richard Sidenius County Sec retary Y M C A returned the mfirst of the week from several dusl- ee visit to relatives at Elgin III Mrsi Sidenius will not return for several weeks lDirs J C Berry who passed the State examination in this countIlast June has received her She made 100 per cent in every study but two Her average was 9H ala Dr mid Mrs D SiI will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of letheir marriage or golden wedding the home of their soninlaw Mr J W Robey here on Wednesday Sep tember 6th Mr J H B Carson will leave next Monday for the Eastern markets to purchase the fall stock for the ConCarson and two little daughters daughterreon ed died at her home at Louisville Tuesday night after a very brief ill ness of brain fever Her remains were interred in Cave Hill cemetery- n yesterday Mr Louis Maddox died at his home near McHenry last Wednesday after a lingering illness of kidney trouble After funeral service con ducted by Rev H T Brown his remains were interred in the Chapman cemetery next day orAfter a few lays visit to her par ents here Mr and Mrs W B Ren childrenmwhere Prof Taylor has accepted a position as principal of the Walnut Street graded school FOR SALE lOOacres of land iOacrc high state of cultivationlying op posite the Ohio County Fair grounds Also one house and lot in Hartford For price and terms call on CAL P KEOWN tf Hartford Ky teamledians This organization composed of genuine American Savages They will play the Ohio county team at the Fair Grounds at Hartford Ky on Saturday September the 16th 1905 6t4 Every man owes it to himself and prois meat of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easy a young man oryoung lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position tf Mr W H Griffin will leave in a few day for the markets where he will purchase a complete line of drugs and other loges incident there to for his new store which he will open in the J A Thomas building Mr Griffin has had years of experience in the drug business and will evidently be successful McLeanecounty evening with P ETole he had arrested at Owens boro Tole is wanted here for selling liquor At the May term of court he failed to appear in com phance with his bond to do so and default judgement and forfeiture of bond was taken On being notified the bondsmen had him taken into llcustody Sheriff Cal P Keown has received notice from theChief of Police of Ev ansville Ind to be on the lookout for Wash Stringfield who formerly lived at McHenry this county who is wanted at Evansville for stealing a mule and buggy on the night of- he 29th Strmgfield was in trouble here when he left being un der indictment for wife beating Sheriff Keown has made some splendid cuops during his official term and if Stringfield lands in the county he will be taken into custody on ste notice 04 t I Pa S3 IfS41 tft4tMs3and cheapest not in quality hot in irico Case af t 1 tug case is arriving 41 so wo must make t 1ft room for them and- S to do this you must 49 assist us by taking- S advantage of the hal 43 gains we are offering 4on some Summer 41 Clothes andalsofino = quality Full Suits 41 that we have from J last lath We can 41 save yOU money now 4bofine the fall season 41sets in When we iV say that wo are re scoring the largest Sline of Clothing this = fall than ever bel 010I 49it means that it j S be the largest supply in Hartford for we are noted b 43 as the leaders of clothing in Hartford SVie will give special reduced prices on all sloth t- ing= till the Fair You will have the pick of our = = entire enormous full stock that we are receiving 41 Pr 49 = Dress Up for the Fairbt= Wo can dress you from head to foot for little = = mousy with good goods Here is your snap if youn Jj need a Boys Suit All our 350 Suits for 275 C1 300 Suits for 225 250 Suits for 175 200 i1 = Suits for 150 150 Suits for 100 = C1 Mi 49 MS I SAM BACH J aC1I Hartford Ky I C1 Two interesting games of baseball were played on last Saturday and Sunday at Hartford and Beaver Dam respectively between Taylor Mines and Leitchfield teams both games were captured by the Mines boys and the Leitchfield tea went home defeated for the time this season Score first game Taylor M5nesil Leitchfield 2 Second game Taylor Mines 12 Leitch field 5 Fred Martin and Sam James umpires Batteries first gameCecil Stevens and Will Sloan for Taylor Mines Still Hunter and Warren Stone for Leitchfield Second game and Fisher for Taylor MinesRyan and Day for Leitchfield Ryan was knocked out of the box in the fouth inning and was replaced by Still Hunter SELECTIAug 29The singing school at Oak Grove is progressing nicely un der the leadership of Virgil Drake Mrs S E Bratcher is visiting rel atives at Beaver Dam this week Misses Laura and Blanche MillerI and Claude James visited Martin Sunday- J A King and son visited in Beaver Dam Saturday Rev Chester Stevens delivered a address at the Green River Baptist church Sunday Palace Smith and wife visited J A Drake and family SundayIJ S James made a trip to Evans ville this week Prof J E Davidson gave a nice entertainment at Oak Grove school house Monday night Hanson and Zoe Keown Hartford 0 are visiting relatives here this week Avery Stewart and wife visited J J Stewart and family Sunday Otha Adams Noka visited C Fl Miller Sunday- J A King will move to Beaver D famNH KeownJastweek Harry King of this place is atItending school at Beaver Dam ITAXES NOW DUET taxrLook and are now ready to taxestconvenience and pay same I or one of my deputies will ho at the following places on the ditto mentioned and you hyiBaizetown saturday August 19 Horse BranchSaturdayAugust26 x Rosins Tuesday September 5 p Tuesday August 29 IICromwell August 24 August 28 September 9 L Sulphur Springs Saturday August 5- Beda Saturday August 26 Buford Saturday August 19 14IRockport August 19 Centertown August 26 25nPoint Pleasant Wednesday Au gust 23 McHenry Saturday August 12 Fordsville Saturday August 19 rr and every Saturday thereafter 24I o Wednesday August 3I1 IShrove Tuesday September 5 31Ithe saver Dam Sank t Will bo at Hartford every day CAL P KKQWN Sheriff Ohio county r fr i i i J RISF OF SIR JOHN QUICK he Australian Statesman Who Be gau Life as a Mine Boy Ltfa lLtkea Romance One of the founders of tho new order of things in Australia who huH probably contributed more to the realization of federation than smy other single politician now in this tourney is Sir Jolm Quick Lh D who appropriately repre vents the famous oldtlelds of liendigo in the house of repre uentativoK says the London 111111 The tltm of his lift reads like a page tOIUilolllll volume of old ro mance and presents a picture of courageous selfhelp that is not however uncommon in the new world Sir John Quick is a native of Trevassa near St Ives Corn vail where he was burn on April 14 1S1 He is a descendant of an oldestablished family of landed proprietors in the great south western country hit the family migrated to the gold Melds III lr4 where the father died of colonial fiver two years afterward- As a buy Sir duhn worked in the mines as a driver a whipper and a stamp feeder and while he earned a living by hard toil of lli or 11 hours a day he spent every moment of his private time read ing studying learning Latin Creek and shorthand and other wise qualifying himself for higher things He learned typesetting and became a junior reporter ami lust ill the ranks of journalism until he secured a place on the Stair of the Melbourne Age In tint he bridged till chasm which lay between the mine and the uni versity and passed triumphantly through all the examinations of tilt law and art courses until he obtained the degree of doctor of laws in ISSU lu the prefederal days he rep resented the gold llelds ill tIll stateparlianuiitashedocs now in the federal legislature and he stands high among tho strong men u ho uphold the empire in these civilizing seas He is the thor of several svandard allI Hie most notable of which The History of Land Tenure in Aictoria and The Annotated Constitution of the Australian Commonwealth which is the Dibit of the Australian common wealth and which was drawn OP lines originally drafted by him Hi is the president of the royal commission appointed by the fed eral government to solve tho tariff dilliciilty now confronting minis ters in pntlinultitIMACHINE FLIES LIKE BIRD Englishmen Perfect Aerial Craft Which Should Accomplish Desired Results To fly if not tofief like It bird to Hiv iniiiuitiiiii and elsewhere is 11i ambition of two Englishmen ago have jKrfccted living ma i bine built upon the principh of 1tbirdsningi body The wings I iiic at present arranged to Dap liH limes a minute whirl is of omrse considitibly less than pro lirlioiiilflv corresponding to the increased horsepower The ma chine lias been suspended flIII111 tree bough unit the wings Hipped iihr power The results are must promisinit At fsiHi down Irnlce the whole marlin 1iplrI 2121lClllllcInil and forwards It rises about 1vo feel each Sunk It looks like It giganlie birjll tying to tly under similar conditions At thejMelim inary trial already made it would itpp1nlthat tllc ssiiigs art cirpnbb of yoking a resistance of about 3111 pounds lndl and the machine is raised about two feet for ach Blroke There are grounds for be lieving that a feathered wing JlllllleIIf a number of units can IX ert a greater resistance than n eimple wing such as that of the insect or bat type or the various tNimplt mechanical wings which hilt been hitherto used in wing Slapping machines SURVIVALrf I Custom of Lighting Blaze on Mid summer Eva IB of Ancient Origin There iH little doubt that the custom of lighting tires on Sulamner eye is of eastern JUld1 buys Longmans Magazine Rvho watch the Irish pousants drive their cattle between two Mazing fljilcH or see the young lain leap lUg over the glowing embers u the bonfires sink lower and the brief darkness of the midsummer night gives place to the rose Hush of dawn can hardly ftiiHo be re minded of that passing through the tire to Moloch so strictly for bidden to the Hebrews Whole families puss solemnly between two tires or spring backward aud forward over the ilames I True the simple coiwitry foIl imagine they are performing these mystic rites in honor of St John the Baptist for early mission cries finding it impossible to pre vent their converts keeping the pagan festivals transferred them to the saints and midsummer was assigned to St John=the light to lighten the Gentiles instead of to Italdtir or Itaal and W bonfires were culled Teine bheil Eion Johns tiers Some say that the tires were transferred from lfayditynrltt- 1tanennother Important fes drill held by the lush Scotch and British Celts in honor of Itaal or Helus to midsummer others with more probability assert that the two festivals writ quite dis tinet However this miry be May day is called IeuI tint or Bel tulle in both Ireland and Scot landIrepresents tIll original human sacrifice In fart some derive the word boutlre front this practice hOIlIljIIWgreat virtues were accredited to I the midsummer flies In the wrs of England where they lingered until recently thy were known as blessing fires and in almost every part of Kuroje tint were supposed to bring good lurk an abundant harvest and freedom Rout disease hotly to man and hllIstali idea which is notyet ex fillet in Ireland MARRIED ANOTHER MAN j Divorced Wife Rubbed It InTakes Delightful Wedding Trip on j Cash of ExSpouse i i In a little town a few miles away in Maryland there lives a man who as the Pennsylvania jnople i say is so near that in ten years hi allowed his wife to Lace only three new fronts relates tile Washington Iost It tuna out h I the testimony when she sued hint for divorce She won her suit too and the man speedily begot to realize the error of his ways j 11 cost him much more to live when he had to pity a cook aiidj laundress than when he hind a wife j to work for him so he began toI make overtures to Hie lady whoj had left himIlit wanted her to remarry hint and he promised to be a different man if she would She had gon home In her jKoplo ill New Jersey but she wrote that recoircilhilionj was possible Slit wonted to bj married in style though withIII trousseau nail a wedding trip toj Niagara Falls Ho would have to sond lire money for these thing before she would set the day i nearly killed the man to part with the money but he did it She s 1 good manager and lie calculated that the trousseau would last her another tell years at least He let her buy railway tickets and arrange everything Then li started for the scene He arrived there just an fiour after the lady married another man He was just in time in fart to see he IIJ start off for Niagara Falls with the trousseau and the tickets liri ma1tllIwhom he had given three gowns in j tea years Chinese Women Fighters I Women in China have the priv ilege of lighting in the wars In the rebellion of lSifJ women did as much lighting as men At Nun kin in ls iiOOJIO women from various parts of the country WlI formed into brigades of 130U each under female officers Of these soldiers 10000 were picked women drilled and garrisoned in the city I Becomes Necessary Civilization means universal civility and to In civil to everybody argues a great power of tell iuir liesEdeu Phillpotts j University Dairy School The University of California I I j operates a dairy srhool in connec I tion with the regular courses EARLY CONNECTICUT LAW h Governed Use of Tobacco Jcffcrson villa Lawyer Has Copy of Historic Document A lawyer of Jellersonville Inti has a book containing the Code of KM of till Jeneral Court of Connecticut which contains a law on the use of tobac Ill that is timely in view of the re centlyenacted law of tIll general assembly of the state of Indiana as to the use of the fragrant weed in the term of cigarettes The compilation is of the date a ISUli published at Hartford Conn by Judd Loomis it Cu It contains the earliest laws and or the general court of CUll 1uectirut also the constitution or civil rampart entered into and adopted by the towns of Windsor Hartford null Wetherstleld in KWSJI The laws generally known as tIlt him laws are in eluded in the interesting little volume Throughout the old spelling is retained by the pub Ushers The tobacco law is sufficiently stringent and yet contains some provisions that would endear the memlKrs of the legislature to the Illarts of many modern smokers should they incorporate such pro visions in their enactments Fol quaintlustthat man iibu5e51u e erupt ill and icommitted by frequent taking of 11I11lkllIt ordered by the authority riot this Courte That no person tin the a 111rIIIj11lItluse thereof shall take art1n ibacko until bee hath brought a I certificate approyld ku0w4 some who for iidge and skill in phisick thin it is useful lot him rued allso that lire hut Ii received a lycetise from th courte fur the same And for the regulating of those who either by ihtfr1 former taking it have to tlr1irrII VIi apprehensions made it j necessary to them or upon due ad vice are pursuaded to the use thereof It is ordered That no man wit hill this colonye after tilt Pull vlication hereof shall take anr to bin ki publiqucly ill the street highwnycs or any harm yardes or uppon training dayes in any open places under till prosily of sixponce for earn offense against this order in any the portictilars alnIItiniony of our witness thug ioolI without just exception brforo any one magistrate And the con stables ill the several owns Inv required to make presentment to each jMrticulur courte of such us they due understand and ran evict ito I too transgressors of this or jder Encyclopediaifirst en ire under tilt letter Gill tlioTJrif a n miirirsyhrh is an article on i findtsome interesting examples of fhe withIluuarnntoo wage gage guise wise fader each letter of the al jiluilxl in tIlt encyclocdia you forItors lends our among interesting bits of history The letters land and K and C may also be con suited during some rainy day in your library St Nicholas Typographical Error Laurence Hutton rhea as tho most amusing and at till time must perplexing typographical error in his lung journalistic told literary career one which oc curred in an article he wrote at the tints of the consolidation of the Astor TJldon trod Lenox 11 braries III which he was made to 11the following remark Now York vet haps hits never fully realized un til this day how greatly it has been enriched by the receipt of the vest buttons of James Lenox I Ho had written vast iMquests JeIfailure that a man who makes a success in life works less worries less and has an easier tlllll genet ally than the mull who makes a failure and spends his time in tell ine how he IB smarter than other c I people but luck hilts been against him Atchison Globe A PREHISTOjNCJVIONSTER Skeleton of Aged Animal Is Eighty Two Feet LongOn Exhibi tion in England 1NearlySl years ago the atten tion of scientific men was rolled to the existence of the remains of certain colossal feasts which were to be found hire and therein the Jurassic strata which reveal themselves along the eastern up flifts of the Itocky mountains Collections from time to time wore made of fragmentary skel clans and upon these fragments the lute Prof Marsh of Yule tall versity and Prof loin based do seriptions and hulas which proved to tIll scientific world that at one time in the past there hurl been a remarkable develop ment of reptiles of the most pro digious size inhabiting that par tioiMif our country Names wire invented for these creatures and the studyof their characteristicf was carried on with energy by the distinguished gentlemen whose names lucre been mentioned At a later date Prof IItIII F Osborno took up the work in illhllifuf the luirriruullusen11lofNutialllistill Five years ago Mr Andrew Car negie who was a warm friend of Prof Marsh and wIll had then be come deeply interested in Prof Marshs pith research is as tIll result of flIIIIIIIIIICII sations with him determined that ill the groat museum whlcli ho had founded in Pittshiirg it would In tIsltlIIaticIII1jll i to carry to a completion some of tIll investigations which leave tor minuted by the death of Profs Marsh trod Cope and so the skol i ton of the famous diplodousciime j to ho piesorvod and put up The skeleton is SJ feet from feetfroilI thing of thejippearanceofugigun tic lizard nod had It cared tostand tIt it could easily have looked into the second story windows of many of our modern buildings Tho skeleton was constructed by tIll section of paleontology the Pittshiirg Carnegie museum for jHrmanont exhibition in thin British museum This is tin lust time taut a complete skeleton has been shown tutu its exhibition lust month in tIll Exposition building nt Pitfsbuig marked an interest ing event in the scientific world A PERFUME THAT SMELLS Anything But Pleasant Until Mixed Other Odors Which 1with Perfect ItiThe iKrfiimer took from his desk a small llask of copper III llasks like i his at tar of roses comes to us ho said Attar of roses is worth from flu to5itounce according to tIlt market This llask is empty only but in itI u little odor still lingers The visitor smiled delightedly lie had never smelt purl attar of roses before Now he unscrewed the stopper and closing his eyes with an ecstatic look he applied his nostrils to the flush But only for an instant Then l he threw hack his head twisting his features situ a grimace of dis gust and lie exclaimed i Garbage Bono yards Glue factories I The perfumer laughed All essential oils smell iiiIthat he 511141et no good Iltrl fume can bo made without them lit took from a shelf a cut gloss jar tilled with a thick yellowish oil that looked like petroleum portly refined In this jill ho said there are JO ounces of pure attar of roses worth over 500 You know how the attar smells alone Now watch me make a rich perfume by adding things to it He put a few drops of the attar into a phial Ho tilled the phial with spirits of wine Ho added a drop of the extract of musk an other of orris then one of neroli 1IIlIl1gjofcloves and bergamot thatnIsnt it exquisite Exquisite l said the visitor Well without its foundation atltarbetter than a plate of soup ut I POPULAR I Cheap ExcursionTo Niagara Falls Thursday Autr 17 1905 I VIA Big Four Route I Only 1050 Round Trip Front I Louisville I Toronto Ont i Only 150 more than rate to Niagara Falls Alexandria Bay NY Thousand Islands Only 700 more than rate to Niagara Falls Montreal Quo Only 1065 more than rate to Niagara Falls Stopover allowed at 1Vtstlieldfor sidetrip to CImutnwiuii Lake Tickets good returning twelve days including date of sale Elegant trains of Pullman Sleeping Cars and Superb Day Coaches personally con ducted by representatives of the lug 1ollrhll will look after the wants of passengers These excursions need no introduction to the public and the popu larity of the Big Four the natural route to Niagara Falls via MulFalo Is well known Full information in pamphlet form can be obtained from Big Four ticket offic- eS J OATES Cieii nut- Louirwittc I V W J UYNCII G PrtC- incnnttt O An Opportunity We want a man in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer exceptional induce ments to someoneI who commands a I horse and wagon and can devote his timeIto advancing sales of our productI Energetic mcnjfind our proposition a moneymaker C- apableofdevelopment into a permanent and profitable business WRITE AT ONCE Wheeler Wilson Mfg 60 ei72 and 74 Wabash A CHICAGO S as o v BIG FOUR The Best Line to IndianalJolist Chicago p- I Toledo 1 I Detroit rCleveland New York I- IBostonI And all other points East I I Information cheerfully fur I nishetl on application at City I Ticket Office Big Four No I A 259 Fourth avenue or write to I SJ GATES A Genl Agent Passenger DeptI i Louisville Ky Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 100 per year in advance j 4rtrbr7 b k11i S rJ U4AJJftLvffS l M lUIISTT I HnStI ii BAKJETf SMITH ATTORNEY s AT LAW IIAIII FIIKH KY- VIIIirnrtiit llii lririilt r lnulii sill tiir n1- IhbatldadlugldbtnulllllnaAdlulrtolIpp i- 5IN InlnttrAlnrrn d all hniue tNrv thlrmrn Colliillulinrthil thf IrnrtIwHruimil Hint Km Kutitlp l iiw S III OHIi r lirililUAN llutlillliK 4 FRANK Le FELIX AttoneyatLawII ltrrli11ll uY Will prnrilrf bl ptohelou In Ohio iiij mi iiltilUK i iiiitr mill In Ilii Cunrl nt 1pINnl Criminal IIIHIUIV nml 1iillntliiiiii n n nlair Oitlivlu rhi llrmlil liulIilliiK CHAS M CROWE LAWYER HAiaronii KY Will prufHIT hi prnrrpn in nil IMr1f Ohio 111 mljnlnlnir iomillm unit In the i our Jl AHHt sprrnta iriiiinn iiftm tr tplii pritrndtodlriluu Wrt rutllrr Mnr- krt HIM i i nlrrtOMtthtl rnriitr npfiiii JNO P WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARITOIM KY Spa Idnltprlol sIru 4 oIIrtbh urdwK- ah1wri x al Noun 1illilK for i M 11 is O5hpnllhIdepwhllrgNt R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAirrrono KT rtIrpMINfrOhloratA M I lliVHIV KIIXKSI W HMiMA ilEA VRIN WOODWARD f C t1 hCO cl cIJII UTrunn hs 111milnhinrnxueNodPnrfofPl nllIlnuW H BARNES Attorney at LawMMorxrv ATTIIIITY it ATrn ti T Will 11 hi prIphn I nil t lr 4 hot Ulilii4 tMiiilh ikl I UtgnA pNnIrtrf ntfhNN will Iell hIpt t hIaA 4tlmur- wrl ltr w1 lunAnh FANCY IJ QJOSLEY ATTO NKY AT LAW Kllluclell i Irteai Ohio mil IIIURIIIC oII tad la thO i rf d pmil Iflr l aMk m9ot r Klrt miiimi Hnnk RIV no EAR- SEPERIENCE IF TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COryaioHTs ieAnrnnenniltnskelhenddncxpnnnt- plrkl Moertam oar opinion rite whether In frnl I m 11 pr ibuMf i aientAt r rommunlr UotiiMrlrtlrronfliJenthil HAHOBuOK ontalcau lnuIaniprrlol notice wtlhnt abree lu the Scientific American AhenemmetrlllntnMwbeklr LerutMrulAtluii rf anf pl 030ubh Term MA yrnri four northii needelr YorkIIraach PROCURED AND FENOED ffn4m let oIuIw f n4rnrr art Yr n huw to of N iwknt trade to OUNTRIESJus fler moty eels ffre rxrorr tteelrbrowBit tenth Etrart opp XTntUi ItatM 1tM Omer WASHINGTON D C ROUGH R TELEPHONE I COMPAVY i 1I rnAI1hlt II The Rongh Rivet Teleivhone Co a11dlperatedby reasonable rates Prices for tull1p vice which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 eta 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 15 cts c W A CHANDLER Gen IVlr lyJBeaver Dam Ky eW lIr rai STAB IZ YEARS RIDER AGENTS WANTED NG Money bleycl11dwon en ays rree rIaj J905Modos Ffnrifi guaranteed tJ10 tO 9A Wih Coaster IJinkes anti Puncturolcss Tires SSO3 tO04 Motlola 7 44Ileac Makes 3p uO 1iAf iniiK or anIcl you mint ntonctHinl vst prix rfhoaio of otiv standard tires andbeBt uquinejit on ill our bicycles titrotiyeel guarantee XVf Self OV APPROVAL O O D to any ono ihnut tot tlcitofii and allow 10 DAYS F FI E E 1f q i1 L tcrore purchaao is bindla q 81rjvrlUVnroroiir40mJlrUUsundries and six rtliut xxltof all kindkit halt reenter Ptlcli oue M WritotllltIRegular prlco 350 I r par 5weYou a Sample j NAILSTACXSOR Pair for Only our illE AIR mnhlnir PUNCTUREIOACTUS tiirinu can Ixi I J emDUjUBLE SELF OF aSend alolO CoattiTllrakt Iliilltun tr owls amI lll vein undrlis atHall Ihm ua prlouu Notice the thick rulilvr inml A and 1uncturr strip Itsand Thus tlrn will outlast any other make Soft Kluotic nod Ktaf lildlnir Wo will slap C0 D ON APPROVAL AD EXAMINATION tnlkatl J cent Arnutf- E We will allow a cash dlmoounl of SR llmvliy making the 1150 per pair It you send full ommh with ordr Tire to to returned at our expcuta If pot satlffactorr on e CYCLE 00 Dept JL CHICAGO ILL i OUR CLUBBING RATES TilE ItKiiMMKAN and Lou iillo Hernld125THK KKriTiHiUAX and Louisville Daily Herald 250 fUK llKiiTwicAN clod CourierJournal 150 4f THK RKIUIIMUAX and St Louis Globe 1enlocrat 175 Ills KKitmioAN and Homo lord harm 125 THK liiUiiiiitAN and Lippenootts anti Cosinoplitan 325 flU llKiiUMCAN and Twicea Week Ovensboro nijuirer 175 TIn llKitiiiUAN anti Daily Owenahoro Inquirer 370 Pita RKiaMiMUAX and TvieoaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 f Pottola I Modern tonles dnte before each tnt will make jou eel Ilstrung and well PANOLA has no equal for IndlrslhtnDtspepa H e Catarrh of the Hurt Thtnat Stomach Hnwels Lw Rn KlrtI R I- IL Grippe and central dtbllity Made by the LlETCHFIKIn PII RI4 rACAL Co Inc For sal bv I 1 IJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky I w e vrw awl VIYOU WANTA Position will pay you from 5OO to 5OOO a year I It That is what our graduates url demand I I ing for their nork11e give the kind of 4training that counts front the start I 4 Increase Your SalaryB- y I taking a course in the OWl NSBUHO UNIVERSITY Term begins Sept 4th Write today Address If- 0 iwensbor Univjic y II I Owensboro Kentucky I It n 1 nlJl a A GREAT VOL N d DIKE Callforniaa Natural oslty Hag the Appearance orwellB of EtflV Stone tfWnll Xnlll Il of Rtt1Ige franks lllld hiugentH Talus storllls Will even diiHt produce if suits tli lit Often be mistaken for the i nf iMiiniin liiuulH though fretIIlyou u colussnl scale Volcanic at Mighty intorn and IIIspatW 0 II dll f n I Iprewrought One Reap flung tin cue1lirerin norllicni el streiiuiiHofconsj size and I tlie work H glguntl forces Inll ltwecothe up per scud ijBPcaacndes of the rlycr nfrSA J8 jyhat might properly bo called Ii volcanic dike This dike I extends for some distance along I Fall river near its banks and I nanrly parallel to the course It j bears close resemblance to a I roughlyconstructed wall The nl11the t f ab RIDINO STRONG HEALIN1 FUL L T COVEREDbyJATEt4rS- B WARE IMITATION n price tiumlnallon II DO tHat Busines I1n some places it is Zd feet hr I- untl several fttt in thickness and again may bo easily clambered i ver The rook of which this wall of nature is coiniiosed is of a vury poroiiH character bearing some re BKinbhuioo to pumice stono though much more solid and of greater sjMcillc gravity The entire region is of volcanic origin and evidently wns once the scene of great eruptive activity I Pooria and lava abound though till face of the country is now thickly clad with timber an 1of brush The dike begins and ends abruptlyThe of the like is evidently the rctiult of volcanic forces arid has no doubt stood for many cen tunes It stands clear from th clinging rocks has a narrow four dation with vertical walls and is very straight The mystery Is what forces of nature could haw piled up or loft standing thin rock formation so uniform This dike has puzzled not a few geologists who have visited and examined ft OnMlnutCoughCursFar IIBIRDS THAT RARELY SING DodConnicteo doIthotlyIitt jiHsoriutlon Con vention in fort haul Ohio iiiHistod on the value qf sjieciiil Hlucation and special trsiinlng lI tvis IlbrlltNA she Nit III to at teinui tl 1ItIIIIOI elevate busi ntssitir l that we have nottlitlilui I to tiiilielWheiiin j rgiiOunftJelflo try to set lIt and rlil vedi more rJJlnrMilulMIHHI We niiike fuel J llr c trtifeedjxje are then Ijkea little girl new when I wascd l iting JJw Itevoliition The ehifil tlftelIShe Jiecame interested in a run khlftmldi I you AI t o n coniOIIinBwirid c HUH said the child tale lutf till Lairds helpifto relieve h mofmtiJny doesnt 1f I con Aitidtrhtti Ves su id t he tulle IrltWhat hills axked the 1111111 The wellmoaning but ignorant child with a ho ofiil smite replied Tit little jnil birds They must be a greatcomfort to you aJapane lon A Japanese marine ofllcer has explained why Japan lull such good sailors Most of her const vessels are small but there are a great many of them and almost oar man takeiuirofn a tlshingvil Inge has hadenmtghexperience to enable him to become an efficient sailor in a short time Country Without Soldiers The principality of Leicbten stein situated between Austria und Switzerland is the only roun try in EurojH without an army The reigning prince resides at Vaduz the capital of the princi- pjility Disrespectful Native Lese majesto is again on tfie incriase in Gorman Southwest Afrieo Tile natives have p defeated the kaisers troops Punch DIVORCES IN AUSTRALIA Average Far Below That Beached In Western CountryMore Numerous However Divorces III the Australian states says United States on sal Jading ut New Castle New South Wales are inoie numerous than In most of the countries of the world though the average is far below that reached in tilt United States The number in particularly lunge in Victoria and pew t uuth Wales where the a- dlitilH fur piocuring divorces lire greater than they are in the other states Since the passage of tit Bhiels pct of 1800 which made de sertion for throe yells a gwtind for divorce in Victoria divorces have averaged over 100 jer annual tilt greatest number being 131 in 110211111 till lowest 85 in 1SrT The total for the period of 18MKM was 1250 und the uv eruge IMF 10001 maiTinges for the porhHl 18JHMII02 was 1254 In countries where divoiiv laws ore in force tills record is only Rill passed by those of iormany lri5 FriHioo loll Koiimania 2114 Switzerland 4112 fetid the United States C512 divorces for every 12 000 marriages III New South Wales the figures nro touch higher than they lee in Victoria An pct similar to the Victorian measure came into force in Now South Wales in 182 and the number of divorce decrees once showed an inciease an almost alarming increase In the quinquennial period 18M8tfi the number of divorces grouted in Now South Wales was no fewer that 1087 against 212 for the pe eriod immediately preceding it This total gives an avorifgo of 27211 divorces Kr 10000 mar rages which is much more than double the average in Victoria during the same years and is ex reeled only by those for Switzer land and the United States In the period of 1806f002 the number of divorces granted in New South of12Ge4 third greatest among nil counfrios where divorces ore ill force SERVES HAIR WITH BUTTER Walter Examines Tress and Finding It a Cows Jlalr Says Ar ticle Is Not Oleo Willliiin Hardily 1arsons the eiipincfriiif expert was talking Tliia kliliia about the rarhniK food adulterations that front time to timo TII up in the most imex petted places BeforelangheAnilbnlgbing 9t will lie necessary to fake liter ally+ flu butter storv that used toJ piiffH for n juke rhlIIISIlIIIIIII in a restaurant AvliVcallcl a waiter to liim and swill TVVn Her look hero JHnt ibis 1artWshniriuMrhuttel V The waiter took up the but tit lxinalnrdthehair nail then replaced the jilate before his patron again with a nod of JII t- fliHoll s Yen withisfidthntsa en flftt tlutrlt aint Ellen FellowHlelIIJoIIIr piodneHS sake look at Siillnihiy Hliovoliiig in Iiis dinner I thought fie wawadvx peptic 11ichsS1hr is the worst sort Ties burdened with an optimistic niijMtile and iv pessimistic diges tion Catholic Standard and Times Labor Organization in Spain Labor organization has until lately made slow headway In Spain tiiit a vigorous movement is now l ing carried on and in less than five years the total mem ber ship haR wen increased from inOIIO to r7onI the spread being general over the Whole country Proof of Devotion Clarissa Of course I love you Clarence Havent I just danced eight daiiiiH with you ClaronH1 I dont seo any proof in that nut you would if you only knew how you dunStraylit- orhA k Lest He Forget Flora You dont mean tolsuy you sue your husband for breach of promise Dora Yen I ubnr e him 15 rents every time he goes away without kissing uie Detroit Free PressOnly RemaIning Remedy- It doesnt semi to do much good to arrest either the chauffeur or owner of a sjuHdinjj automo bile Well wouldnt it be a good idea if the police made n change and arrested the odor That at least would be a public benefit Town Topics Unexpected Luxury Hill Collector returning the check Cashier says this is no good Youve already overdrawn your account at the hunk Ardup Gee I never utippOHed hed let me do that Im better oft that I thought I wasChicago Tribune IAWhat Composition is yo idea ob hea Ephraim A place wharde animals hab de body ob a melon de laigs ob o possum and de winirsob a chicken READ THIS Bowling Green Ky Jan 121904 Dr E W Hall St Louis MOil Dear Sir We have been selling your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov cry for years and can reccommend it to any one suffering with any kid nay trouble as being the best remedy we have ever soldYours truly W C MORRIS Co A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid nets and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Halle sole manufacturer P 0 box office 2931 Olive Street St Louis Mo ilHALESd CUnber ndr TELEPHONEIAND TUere8 nothing the niHttei with CuwblJIlanelplace ol business My buflncs has Increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for geod service and gentlemanly competition IL E PflTE Manr WlIlrlatiLD1crr e Ohio Couutq Clrrnit Court TK Illrkbtud JuiUe lieu U ItlMit Attorney T II lllnck Jailer Kii 0 IliirniM Clerk Frnnk L Frllx Slestrr Corn mlaInnerthSloaelerTrntreJaryFnudU I Known Mherllt lint Kurd Deputy HherIB C K uwn Clarence Krunn Jo 11 KoberU Sam Known nrConrtfnnTrnriflritMon day In Menu and Auxunt nod coutlouen throe hnllli third llonilay In Mny and Novnotur two week County CourtJ I Miller Judge Jl rt lluif nod Clerk W II Darner Attorney Ilnrtlor- d1rourtcouveoraAntlroodaylneach month tluurterly Court llcglno on the third Monday In April July October and January Court of Claim AConvene not Monday In Jai unry Tuesday niter erondMoudayInOctober Other UnceroJ II Wood Surveyor Cernlro Frank Lowe Aineuor Ileda Jatnva DeWeese School 8uierlntendent Hartford lieu It Davli Coroner Sulphur Spring Justtcs CourtsII F lludiion Hearer DamFebruary16Mal- Aucnat31November J 30 OeoW Martin llaltetown February 12 Mill 11Auguet0laremberL JnoMOraham Xarrowi February 18 MH t AURiut Si Xoreniber IX T A Kraut Pordfrllle January 1M1MeyT Aamit 27 November J A lUcks llulord February T May 8 Ann net 12 Korember 7 W AItoneeatertowuFebroery S May 11 ADKUDt 24 November P D J Wllcpz llorkport February 20 May I AngDnt SIS November 1- 18artfoId Pctc Court Jno II WUton Judge C K Smith City At torney S r Ilarnett Marihal Court con Tenr lecond Monday In eachniont- bZlvllcrtovLa Bmzvlcmm M K Charch Booth 8 rrlcee thud Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p mand 1000 Sunday at 7 pm PraytrmectlngtreiyVTcdnrt day evening Rev WTUlller Iaitor- Uaptlit Church Serrlrea held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday light and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Tbnnday erenlng Her J If- Ilarnett hector CI Chnrth 8errlr 8 flrtt Sunday In each mouthatllamand7pm Rev J D liar ned poutor School TrnittM lUrtford Jai P Miller J Glenn S T Steven DlI Mocker Jn D Car ion Jon p Illley City Council Itowan Holbrook Mayor U A Andenon Clerk DrSJ Wedding W 8 Tin ey A C Taylor M L HearrlnT J Morton Council- menearteocttt A O U W meets flrtt and third Friday night In each month Uartford LodlleNo1711 P4 AUMoniflrit ti Monday night la each month MareatRough IUrrLodireNollOKnlght Pythla meets every Tuesday night redd p month Write fbroni Pro1fifObtaiaedOrDoree TEll before money w tandlrimodel photo or akcteh and we tend PREE ON PAT NTABILITY M yean practice Refl tared Patent Lawyer or come tom at 005507 71b sty WASHINGTON D C Thousands of Acres for Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansasemoat direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman tletiilnr and tree recUnlnj ears HomeaeeHers Excursions first and third Tuesdays of each month Descriptive literature maps pamphlets folders etc on application H C TOWNSEND flTO MATTHEWS ealburcadtkt Trmling Iuuttt Ipjt- OSHTUltTtc01t VEGETABLE SICILIAN airRenewe 1halt then keep fro Perhaps not j then rememberHalls Hair Renewer always restores color to gray hair Stops falling hair alsoarra7at jFt w Hartford Republican f FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1 THE LATEST NEWS lathered From Various Sources t Over the CountryBriefItems Attorney General N B Hays ha r sued the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company for 1233080 al leged to be due on franchise taxes of 1902 amounting to 23000 which l were paid only after a decision by i the United States Supreme Court RENDER Aug 29Messrs D WXGwy- f and R B Eastm were in Hartfo- t last Wednesday Mrs J H Brown of Central Cit MoseleJno J Engleby had his right broken in the mines last Wednesda by jumping on the rear end of a antJames Stevens Central City was the guest of his son Simon la ThursdayMrs B Innis and daughter Miss Gladys visited in Central City last Thursday and Friday- J L Neighbors of Herrin Ill 1arrived here last Friday Jno S Spence was in Central Cit last Friday Messrs Sam and Joe James at W J Sloan were in Hartford Ins SaturdayW Campbell of Nashville Tenn was here last Sunday Geo Ezell spent the day at Sprin Lick last Sunday- R E Kenneson spent the day in Deanfield last Sunday Messrs Simon Jones 1M Gwy and Cecil Rose were in Beaver Dal last Sunday Morton Gaddis of Central City was the guest of hb sister Mr H AV Jones last Sunday Gco F Martin of Owmsij in was here today Miss Minnie Lee Tieherrv is visiting in Centertown 1MissMary Filmore is m the sick Mrs W S Buchanan of Emm- ville is the guest of her parents 31 and Mrs E M Hart Geo T Tinsley is in Centertown todayA time is expected here nex Monday on the account of Labo- Day Celebration Mines here at this place are going on full swingmen are getting all they can do Imperishable Remembrance They say if our beloved dear Shouldseek the old familiar Some stranger would be there instead And they would find no welcome face 1 cannot tell how it might be In other homes but this I know Could my dear mother come to me That she would never find it so Uftimes the dowers have crone and gone Oftimes the winter winds haveI blown The while her peaceful rest went o And I have learned tj live alone Have slowly learned from day to day In all lifer task to bear my part Hut whether grove or whether joy I hid her memory in my heart fond faithful love has blest my way And friends are around me true an tried They have their places but hers today Is empty as the day she died I dare not dream the blissful dream It fills my heart with wild unrest Where younder cold white marbel SIlt still must slumber God knows best RoXEYlAug 2QBro to fill his appointment at Hickory rhurch Sunday The Presiding Elder will preach atj Pleasant Hill Saturday and Sunday Muses Mary Williams and Annie leach were the guests of Lee Stevens Sunday Jobe Williams Rob Roy visitet- friends in Hartford Saturday an SundayLennie Sandefur Hartford was a pleasant caller at L A Thursday Loan 3 Leach and w5f eOwensboro I who have been visit vrl t ves aid II RA hR if Nebraskan A INDIAN BASE BALL CLPB4- t From Lincoln f J511 Play a 0aKfte of Base IBall at the GROUNDStJI T Hartford Kentucky ONnJI Sent Ii 1905a- r With the Ohio County Teamc ANIBrIL 1 i3 EC OAJl RU AT 13O h M T rThese Indians are the picked players from the Choctaw ChickasawCherokee Snake Flathead Mohawk and Crow Nations They are the genuine aboriginees and besides seeing a great game of ballOU will see a type of people who inhabited this country before our fore fathers did ADMISSION 25 CENTS friends at this place returned home MondayMiss I Ollie Ranney Cromwell is visiting her cousin Miss Clirtie Davis this week I Ira Leach who has been sick for some time is slowly improvingI Bill Rafferty visited Jim Davis and family Sunday i L A Sandefur will get through cutting his tobacco this week Seth Davis was the guest of J Davis Saturday night HI Sam Rafety Manda failed to placenfoot badly Tenn Mrs cutIseveral lays visiting friends at Rob Roy rDAS BELT KXClKSION Sunday Sept 3rd Big Four Route To the Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves 7th St Union Depot Louisville at 1 oclock a m Extremely low round trip rates as fol lows Rushville 100 Knights town 100 Anderson 125 Alex andria 125 Marian 150 Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office 359lth Avenue and at Depot S J GATES Gen Agt CA iTORSABun ttathe KM ftu Hats Always BdidJ Blfnitut ax dofRecovered Speech and Hearing Messrs Ely BrosI commenced- r using your Cream Balm about two years ago for catarrh My voice was somewhat thick and my hearing was dull My rearing has hoer fully p restored and my speech has become quite clear I am a teacher in our town L G Brown Granger 0 i The Balm lees not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists at fiOc or mailed by Ely Brothers 55 Warren St New York- Operators I Wanted I Write now for our Telegraphy Catalog Graduates secure positions Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 1 CASTORIAFor The Kind You Hays Always Bought I Bears theA TSignature of JiaKTZZZtM 5000 TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annmilly tot till tin uaa puItlona created by ItnllriMil mill Ildngrnph roiiiimnio We went YOUNG MEN roil LADIES of good hal It to LEARN TELEGRAPHY A27 Z WizA = CT27TSIvCF 1l fnnil h TSiMrwrt uf the operator and Stntlun tgnntlntluerlca Our six Schools toe Hi1 liirwt iirlitnlvH TrleRnipb Subool In the wurlil Ivxtnlilliilicil SOvwirH win rtidoroil bjr all IrhdliiR llnllwuy Olllulnlii- V psniito n JSMI hued to very Indent to urnUh him or her ti poltlon pnylni from 10 00n month liiStntm nut of theltocty thin tall or frum sn to JiOOn month In State west iiftho lliwklMliiiiiivi1li tljrni ti amdnntlou- StuilintB ran rider nt tiny time No VHCB tliiiin Fur full imrtlrnlaiN rwnrilliiK any of ur SchooU wrltw iKntt to our wxtnntlre offlfent iiulnniitl O CntnloKUilrn The Morse School of Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo N Y Atlanta Ga Lacrosse WIs TexarkanaTex San FranclscoCal ate whoaDWlttfs Salve For PHesi Burns Sons r Jd rjc rt T i TTTTK Ifirst Inquiry Second Investigation t Third Demonstraiton I t Fetter acuaintancu leads to u hotter understanding of our values hu Wash s3 1i and MidSummer Goods are going at a sacrifice Its not a question of dollars tand cents hut ROOM hence a sacrifice of our profits Our innuendo lino of hull 4 t Goods will soon Ito on hand mill to give us the recessary SHELFROOM we are s2oflhring tn s Ladies itmi Misses Slippers at 100 and 12 cullydfrom our 150 and t ii 175 values 2r Childrens Shoes and Slippers at the ridiculously low prices of 25eHie and 50c Mens LowCuts at your own price Come and see them only a few morn left 11Groceries 4Our Groceries are complete iri every Hardware We have a large assortment of Hard ware UnderWear Ijt- Wo have a small usoVfynont of Un derwear left Come in iiuul take our 75c and + 100 for Jocund ite tT0Stoves Wo carry a full line of Stoves th prices to suit oil Get our pricyon our Now Progress Stoves 4i- r 1 fOUIby IL registered pIl11Iu t of thirty years experience tillRemember we must have ROOM ROOM and it will he to your interESt t call and see us before purchasing elsewhere higheiollimarTcet t The Brown Mercantile Coifi INCORPORATED IoBenry K9- i 411N w i xifft L1tlLrYp A