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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fI r m t tartferb tp1tblit Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL 1 FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1905 No8 HOW IT WAS DONE Presldentto Issue Statement Setting Forth His Part In the RussoJapanese Treaty Which Will Be Fully COMSH mated Tills Wee- kIrdst to Trr RUIlILIUW Washington D CSept 51905 The enthusiam felt in Washington parjpeace envoys together is to be dis played in a popular welcome to President when he returns to th city Washington is on particularly good terms with President Roose velt He has been a resident of the city so long aside from his term in the White House and many of the leading citizens know him personally 41 so that the man in the street feels that he is better acquainted with him than any president for many administrations past The return welcome that is being planned pro bably will not Jnclude a parade or set speeches but wilt consist in greet ing the President at the depot as was done two years ago and escort ing him to the White House It will be a personal tribute to his work for peace and will be the informal sort of greeting that the President much prefers to more set and stilted affairs I IA Of course the plaudits of the world that have been showered on the President have awakened talk as to whether the enthusiam was likely to carry him off his feet and make him willing to accept a nomination Cora third term In this connection it will only be necessary to point to President Roosevelts statement last election night when he said that un der no circumstances would he con sent to another nomination He said at that time that it was a wise provis 4ionthat unwritten law restricted the 0 President to two terms that while he had been only onceelected- he had been President at that time for three and if half years and he proposed to regard the substance and not the formof the precedent that had been honored from the time of Washington rr t It is quite possible however that the President may have something to say a little later as to the part he personally played in the peace nego tiations Up to the present hIs part in the negotiations has been veil and properly guarded Alone and unad vised the President took a step nevr before attempted by any chief mag istrate and threw himself between 1 the hostile envoys till their instruct ions could be changed by the two sovereigns to whom he appealed The text or substance of those notes to St Petersburg and Tokyo has never been divulged and it probably will be well to keep them secret till after the treaty of peace has been signed But then there will be a great deal of pardonable curiosity to know just what steps the President took that caused such a complete and sudden change in the attitude of Ja pan But that he bore an important personal part is shown if by nothing else in the telegrams of congratulations that reached him from King Edward the Kaiser the Czar him self and other continental monarchs f who ascribed the conclusion of peace as a direct tribute to his intervention Great pressure has been brought to bear on the President to divulge the text of his notes to the two rulers and it is possible in the near future k that hemay either in a public address or in an official statement say something that will throw light on this interesting chapter in modern displomacyICorrection of a possible Wrong JJlterejce Under the headlines of mid j visitors we published last article concerning atet nlittown from a neigbqjjfionh bite data for whicnJwjgfur us by individuals of the highest in tegrety and in publishing same there was no intention or desire to misrepresent exaggerate or magnify yet we are informed by individuals also of high integrity who say they were in the visiting partythat errors occurred in the article They say that aside from the noise and laugh ter which attended the serving of luncheon there was no disturbance It was not intended that any one should infer from the article pub lished thatanybodyexcept a few o the gentlemen partook of the spirits intsay not even caseWe did not know at the time of articlee a was that composed the crowd hence of course we had no motive whatever in publishing the article Enter School Mention course wanted when you write for our catalogue Address H H Cherry President Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business University Bowling Green Ky PEANUT ROASTER Explodes and Kills Young Boy and Fatally Wounds An other One Evansville Ind Sept 4Fred Dillman a nineyearold boy met death in a most unusual manner this afternoon While playig near a peanut roaster this afternoon the boiler of the machine exploded and particles of flying glass and iron struck him on the side of the neck andsevered his jugular vein He bled to death in a very few seconds The peanut roaster was owned by I Vincent Amerso an Italian Amerso who was in charge of the roaster at the time of the explosion was badly burned and scalded His injuries are serious and he is not expected to liveWhen the boy was struck by the flying particles of glass and iron he staggered about twenty feet and fell to the ground in a lifeless condition s aDeath of W E Morton Mr W E Morton died at his home at Ceralvo last Friday after a brief illness Will as he was familiarly known in his home community was the oldest son of Mr and Mrs Sam Morton and was born and reared in the Ceralvo neighborhood At an early age he had qualified himself for a position as teacher in the pub lic schools in which capacity he taught several terms giving up the work to enter the Mercantile busi ness at Ceralvo which he was still conducting at the time of hid death After funeral services conducted by Rev T M Morton under the auspi cies of the Masonic fraternity of which he was a member hisremains were interred in the Ceralvo ceme tery Saturday at 3 oclock The Ceralvo lodge assisted by members of the Hartford Lodge F and A M conducted the burial rites in a most impressive manner and a large cir cle of friends and relatives attested the high esteem in which Willie was held in his home community by their presence an interest in the funeral and burial rites The Indians are Coming When the Nebraska Indian Bas Ball Team comes to the field with scowling faces and savage war whoops some of the people in the grand stand begin to grow nervous There is no occasion for thishowever The Indians are simply showing their irrepressible spirits and never have any trouble with anyone Those who see their game with Ohio county teamin the Fair Grounds ntHartford Ky on Saturday September the 16 1W5 t rJ illlln treat in store Ct4 oJL ja x of- c ThlKindYo I B o i- I IHARGIS CONTEMPT CASES Called and Trial of French is BegUn Hargis Callakii lad Fields De manded Separate Trial Which was Grafted 4ThfJ M Benton of the contempt cases against Alex Hargis Judge Jam Hargis B F French Ed SnmFields and MoseFeltner charg ed with contempt of court in the al leged causing of several witnesses to leave the State during the trial of Mrs James B Marcums damage suit for the murder of her husband resulted in the Commonwealths electing to try French When court adjourned ten jurors had been ac cepted by both sides When the case in which French Callahan and Senator Hargis were jointly indicted was called the Com monwealth answered ready and court adjourned until the afternoon to allow the defendants to consult Alex H Hargis promptly asked for a separate trial which was granted When court met in the afternoon French and Callahan filed an affida vit demanding that Judge Benton vacate the bench and alleged as a reason therefore that he was and had been for a long time prejudiced against them and that they did not believe they would get a fair and impartial trial at his hands Judge Benton did not discuss the allegation of the affidavit but promptly refused to vacate An affort was also made by defendants to prevent Sheriff Mc Cord from exercising the functures of his office for the same alleged reasons but Judge BentOnalso refused to require the Sheriff to va cateAt this point Callahan asked for a separate trial which was granted and ot the three defendants the prosecution elected to try B F FrenchThe trial of Felix Feltner last spring resulted ina fine of 3000 and imprisonment in the Jail at hard labor for two years- Burglary at DamMr E J Tilfords store at Beav er Dam was broken into last Friday night and about 450 worth of jew elry including watches rings etc was stolen An entrance to the house was gained by forcing the front door The drug store of R T Taylor was also entered but only a few dol lars in cash was procured Bloodhounds were procured but they failed to scent the track and at last report all effort to capture the thief or to ascertain who the guilty party ishad failed Suspicion how ever points to two unknown parties who had been in camp near Beaver Dam during a few days preceed ing Opening of Hartford College If the opening of Hartford College last Monday is to be taken as the indices for the school year the school will certainly have a very bright and prosperous year More boarding students matriculated than ever before at the fall termof the institution and the teachers home pupils and home people began the years work with renewed interest Hartford College has educated more teachers and people in all honored and honorable walks of life than any institution in western Kentucky and the brilliant beginning bespeaks for it a most prosperous year The following is a list of the out of town students in attendance Arbye Brown Vera and Katie Hawkins Prudie Ford Golda Cecil Roby Isaac Christian Roscoe Render Rosa Bennett Will Crowe Cass Ross Otis Wallace Henry Edmonson Owen Jones George format J ephtJhany7Bgne Hjefiry rgJolin o enitotstillartivipg i v Jh t THOUSANDS OF FAIR WOMEN HERALD PRAISES OF PERUNA Catarrh and Catarrhal Diseases Make Invalids ef More Women Than All Other Ailments Com esbined I Buffered long With Catarrh Miss Clara Case 116 9th street N W ahlngton DO writes i 11 can think of no event In my life tlistfillame with more gratitude and at same time a sense of future security as a cure after long inhering usingPerunaucured meClaraCue Entire System Toned by PeruEE Mis Mary Betmettlttl AddiaonAre Ohicagolllwriten A few monthi ago I contracted a cold by getting my feet wet and although I used the usual remedies I could not hake It off I finally took Peruna In a week I wu better After several week I suc ceeded In ridding myself of any trace of a cold and besides the medicine had toned up my system so that IteltI- IIIlIndldMary Jiennett THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems New Orleans yellow fever report again gave hopes that the disease was checked but the parishes still show a dangerous condition Vicks burg reported six new cases widely scattered over the city r- rr The Southern and Illinois Central Railroads have secured ninetynine year lease on the Tennessee Central This gives the lessees an entrance in to Nashville and an outlet into new Southern and Southeastern territory I II The Anderson county grand jury returned an indictment against Wil liam H York for the murder of his brother James R York Sr The accused was taken Tuesday from the Jefferson county jail to Lawrence burg r- r V rr The crop report of tire Kentucky Agricultural Department States that there is a full corn cropThe yield of wheat is below the average Oats and rye are above the average The tobacco which is being rapidly housed is good M r The treaty of peace beeween Russia and Japan was signed by the re presentatives of the two empires at P6Tt mouth N H at 347 gjcloqk ueh eetesmonf j t- 4p I i- ir lr S UNRJ Physicians Had Given Up the cueNow Entirely Well MM Gertrude IlnfordVlc President Park Jde Whist Club and teacher of VhIst Oil Niagara street Buffalo NY writes Pernna has effectually cured me after physician had practically gim tip my ease For a long time 1 suffered with Catarrh of the kidneys had weakness and palnln thebaakloatflasbrapidlyi- my fret Wet 6 r swolleerr nytfIMIr w puffed under the eyes and I had awaoty allowneM of the skin I took Femn a for some time and am entirely well I cannot endorse Peruna too strongly Gertrude Unford Ityou suffer from catarrh In any Iform do not delay Take PeruIIat once Delays mn dangerous I few witnesses were present ere IThe storm on Lake Superior prov ed to be one of the most disasterous in many years In addition to the steamer Sevona the schooners Pre toria the largest sailing vessel o fresh water and Olive Jeanett were wrecked Twenty lives and proper ty valued at 500000 were lost- I I narIa i Russellville for alleged criminal as sault on Mary Gladder has made an j affidavit denying any relationship or connection with any proposed bri bery of N E Christianthe juror who held out for a penitentiary sentence of twenty years Notice To local unions of the A S of E throughout the county greeting the county union will meet in FordsviUe on Friday Sept 29 and have two days session as the amount of business that will come before that body one day is not suficient Hoping to have a full delegation from ever local in the county as matters of great importance will come before that body DAVID MOREJAND President Envoys to Visit President Oyster Bay Sept GBaron Ko muraand MinisterTakahira the Jap arese peace plenipotentiaries it was announced today by Secretary Loeb witl lunch with the President next Saturday They will come down from New York on the naval yacht Stlpii ti it Mi f f TFb sine ve ngrt1tendrron dq RQSni ga 1 M f t Him Valley StoryShort But Iota eating to Every Woman Miss Addle Nalloy137 D street s K writesI of the meanest kindall sorts of remedies home patent and prescribed by doctors 41 and no relief that tells my story a story of suffering and distress that lasted foaryeusRcatarrh gone appetite and ateeagth re tarned i liayfj wows aadnoaS orogTatefet ft r the blessing of v h allh iat1swh tPermaa has d1le for reW Addis NalleT- Jcreward ofmeeohaa been deposited hrtJMrXarittXha Bank Colom bIu ObJoaigsaraaieethattheabdve testimonials arergenuino that we hold In our possession aathentli letters certifying to the same During many years advertising we have never used oglnglo spurious testimonial more Hill They will come from Long Island City to Oyster Bay in a private car The reason for the Rus sian plenipoatentiaries coming by train is because of M Wittes pre ference for railroad travel LAged Man Weds Wife No 14 Guthrie Okla Sept 6Philip Black an aged western pioneer who for forty years has lived among Oklahoma Indians was married to at El Reno to Miss Euplaha tComer of Watonga his fourteenth wife Several of Blacks former wives were Indians NARROWS y Sept GRobert Duff went to Ow ensboro yesterday Mrs W PAllen who has been visiting her daughter lire Mrs x Fletcher Hardestpn returnefl toher home at Select Tuesday Mrs Roy Armendt and little sOn Fred Mason and Mrs M L Jones Fordsville visited Mrs Ida Renfrow the first of the week Col S R Dent is with us this week Rural Carrier Will Park and wife were the guests of the family of Mr Carson Byers near Olaton Sunday Notice All persons having claims against i the estate of John B Foster deceas ed are hpreby notified to present same to me properly proven on or before October 1 1905 for payment or they will be forever barred Any one knowing themselves indebted to John B Foster deceased promJw A4m ityhJnpj Booster deceased 1r J p I AIR SHIP BLOWN To Atoms By DynamiteWhile hSOO Feet In Air Fragments of the Airship and Aeronaut Were Scattered Over TwentyAcre Field Greenville 0 Sept IIn sigh of 25000 persons Prof Johu E Baldwins airship was blown to at oms here this afternoon by the explo sion of six sticks of dynamite while 1500 feet in the air His wife and children were among the spectators who witnessed the tragedy Baldwin had been giving daily exhibitions at the county fair here He would ascend several thousand feet in the air and explode dynamite at intervals Today he had mounted 1500 feet in the air and his air ship was soaring as gracefully as a I bird Every eye among the thou sands of thrilled spectators below watched him until he became almost a mere speck Suddenly a great cloud of smoke appeared It hill the airship from view the spectators supposed as the balloon had vanish ed completely from sight In an other moment the sound of the ex plosion reached the straining ears of the watchers but the airship did not again appear to vision For a moment the crowd waited expect antly thinking that a view of the aeronaut would be obtained through a rift in the smoke A second two three and finally a minute passed and the supposed smoke did not clearThen a groan of horror rose from the multitude The airship had vanished Where it had been but a moment before was only space space infinite Twentyfive thousand pairs of eyes searched in vain over the heavens for the speck which had been human life The groan of horror was sud denly broken with a womans shriek The practiced eye of Baldwins wife told her of the tragedy in the clouds before the crowds could fullv com prehend With the one piercing scream she fell in a dead faint be fore the vast crowd realize what had happened Searches immediately began look ing for fragments of the wrecked airship A half mile away they found pieces of silk clothof which the balloon was made and splinters of the basketlike frame workon which the aerpnaut had been perch ed Scattered about a twentyacre field were found fragment of Bald wins body The distance at which the remnants of the airship fell was so great that the crowds had not seen the fragments fall No one can tell how the accident occurred The six sticks of dynamite which Baldwin carried with him exploded simultaneously as only one report was heard It is supposed that in igniting the fuse connecting with the dynamite be fired the gas in the balloon and that exploded causing the dynamite to expbIe also Then1 is more Catarrh in this sic tica of the country than all other dleases put togther and until the lat few years was supposed to he incurable For a grw many years doctors pronounced i a local disease ar J prescribed local remedies mad by constantly fatHn to cure with local teutment prornncod it incur jil1 Science has proven catarrh to ht 1 institutional disease and there fov requires constitutional treat rnc t Halls Catarrh Cure malluI fIll aced hv F1 Cheney Co I 110 Ohio is tin nly constitu taonalcure on the market It is tak tn Mernaly in doses from 10 drops tn twispoonful It acts directly on tfp Mood and mucous surfaces of lv AlllI They offer ont hundred 4 1aiv for any ease it fails to cure s for circular and testiinunal- sV lr s F 4 Client tf Co To lUll O- Iii by Urnggist 75e- I ike Halls Family Illla fur con rrpittn Ina 11liTnnjvhile bathing Sunday after i n was imprinlil a Ikfls of a tn It was about 1 inches lunge ana was perfect ever t the smallest details including ttoKring of the rl io was Lanced Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it flow To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours sediment or set tling Indicates an I unhealthy condi tion of the kidneys If stains your It Is evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do Thve Is comfort In the knowledge SwampRoolwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing It or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soo realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best by druggists inSOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells more about It both sent absolutely free by mall It linen Sold Address Dr Kilmer 2c Rom of BwunpBoot Co Binghamton N Y When writing men lion reading this gercrous offer In this paper Dont make any i tttake but remember r the name Swamp Foot Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle deep in the flesh Physiciansare un able to explain this phenomenon as there was no tree within several hundred feet of the spot where the lightning bolt struck The ways ol lightning have long been past find ing out O A 8TOHx0w Bun You Hue Always Bav0 of thett IJZ BRYANS UNDERSHIRT Was Used To Drain Potatoes at a Chautauqua Din ner SnrniinHh NlWhen William Jennings Bryan twice Democratic nominee for the Presidency of the United States ap peared at the Chetek Wis Chau tauqua a year ago he was entertained at the summer cottage of Eau Claires exMayor W H Fraw Icy The day was stifling hot Mr Bryan had just completed a two hour talk and finished shaking withseveral thousand people Per spiration poured down his face His collar was wilted and his clothin clung to him as wet as though h had been soused in the lake He was rowing over to the Frawley cottage Arriving there the great Ne braskan said to his host and friend Bill I would like to change my undershirtHe into the guests chamber where the change was made Mr Frawley took the damp garment just discarded by the ora tar to the kitchen where he hung itI on the steel towel rod which projects from the range Several prominent ladies present assisted the hostess to prepare the sumptuous dinner already a trifle I late The potatoes are done saidone lady poking a fork into the Mur 1 ihies in the pot Ill drain them said Mrs Fraw lew The regular draining utensil had not been brottcrht into camp Take a tea towel said one The hostess grabbed in the general direction of the steel towel rod projecting from the range Something soft and white came Another grab and the pot of potatoes was on the way to the back door In it minute the pqtntoe were drained as potatoes were never drained before The operation just completed Mrs rawleys eye caught for the first time the unfamiliar red mark Oh Oh Ohshe cried The other ladies rushed to her assistance fearing she had scalded herself Whats the matter Whats the matter they asked Oh girls Ive strained the potatoes in Bryans shirt said the hostess ready to collapse And sure enough she had OneMhlUt0CoughCureI COULDNT KILL HIMSELF Remarkable Story of WouldBe Suicide Who Was Foiled pyuaurtellxle rp A farmer living at Cottonwood Township Lesueur County Minne sota made a desperate but unsuc cessful attempt to take his own life yesterday on his farm because of a I disappointment in love that lately came upon him therya sincere earnest and thorough man with a hankering for the drastic and wholesale seeking even to have too or even more strings to his bow and as many anchors to the windward as possible and this tendency came lastnthing that characterized him on this planet Nothing could be more business hi81lattersightedness in avoiding failure j He selected the barn as the scene of his last activities and provided I himself with a welloiled strong I slender rope a strychnine capsule filled with enough of the drug to kill a cow a loaded revolver and some matches shavings and firewood He first tied the rope to a high beam in the barn with proper nooseI at the lower end dangling ently near to the edge of the hay and then piled up his wood beneath the place and started with shavings I and matches a small flame that he calculated would soon grow to a large one consume the barn and make him an elegant funeral pyre As soon as the blaze began to eat its way into the wood he hastily climbed upon to the haymow abjusted the noose about his neck cocked the revolver holding it in his right hand ready for use popped the capsule into his mouth strychnineI swallow it Alas for the plans of man His mouth and throat with all his hurry and excitement were as dry as dust and the oblong pill wouldnt go down He craned his neck and gulp ed at it frantically for the fire was burning brightly now got still more excited and slipped over the edge of the mow before he was ready the rope closed in on his guilt and in an intant shut off the capsule from where it would do any good But the revolver was still in his hand and he was all nerve even if he were getting no air He raised headsand fired Once more alas The aim was poor and the bullet after gouging a glancedeover the top rope and dropped our hero with a crash into the tire putting out its newborn flame at once while the puff he gave as his shoulder struck the floor shot the poisoned pill far far away To Consumptives- The undersigned having been re stored to health by simple means after suffering for several years with a severe lung affection and that dreaded disease Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure To those who desire it he will cherfully send free of charge a copy of the prescription used which they will find a sure cure for Consumption Asthma Catarrh Bronchitis stud all throat and lung Maladies He hopes all sufferers will try his remedy as it is invaluable Those desiring the prescription which will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing will please address Rev Edward A Wilson Brooklyn New York 82yr When Beveridge Laughed The direction of my career was completely changed said United States Senator Albert J Beveridge to the writer by a careless laugh I When 1 was a youth in Illinois I heard that the Congressman from our district intended to hold an examination to determine what young man he should appoint to West Point I pitched in and stlflildIhard for that found it easy when I came to I it Most of the other fellows seem ed to be still struggling with it when I had finishedand I was so confident that I had mndefew mistakes that I was in a pretty cheerful frame of mind Tnis is why I laughed when one of the strugglers asked a rather foolish question of the professor in i charge The latter evidently felt that the dignity of the occasion had I been trifled withfor he scored 1 percent against me When the papers came to be corrected this loss caused me to fail one fifth of 1 per cent below the boy who stood highest on the list He is a Captain in the army now where I suppose I should be had it not been for that laugh I believe in the power of cheerfulness Looking back I am rather glad that I laughed iTINY MOUSE Showed Detective Where Box of Diamonds Was Hidden f lMlnUI 111 li ntlhj The whisk of a mouses tail as it disappeared into a hole where it had made a nest in a box that also contained diamonds valued at 1000 enabled Detective Tate Jr to clear up yesterday the theft of the jewels from J Castleberg Co of the Mint Arcade Building Following the course taken by the rodent Tate came across the diamonds hidden beneath the flooring of a stable owned by Dr J Boger at 2213 North Board street They had been hidden there by Thomas Dixon a negro servant who obtained them it is alleged by swindling the Castleberg firmDixon in July obtained the dia monds to sell on commission In a few days he reported that he had been waylaid and robbed of the jewels Not believing his story the Castleburg had him arrested Dix on then caused the arrest of the ne- gro who he swore was the man who robbed him They proved an alibi and Dixon was held for trial charged with stealing the dia mondsDetective Tate was detailed to find the gems that Dixon was sups learnedIa search of the stable Tate peered into every hole and corner of the place He pulled up loose boards on the floor and was about to give up the quest in disgust when a mouse jumped into n tiny hole in the corner Tate thought that the incident was a good omen and stcr Eelon the mouses trial After pull ing up a number of boards he came upon a small box In it were missing jewels Dixon will probably be indicted on a charge of perjury based on the as sertions he made under oath that the two other negroes had stolen the jewels from him Loudnrlvuhd rllllunt I ttructlvo i1NIxNNNN 1 t25CIel NI1 BEARDED SORCERESS Is Stirring Up Chinese and Plans I Another Boxer Out- breakI tChlnit saal I It Is reported that in the eastern part of the Province of Kwantung there is a condiderable movement- on foot which in some re sembles the Boxer outbreak of HKX The leader of this restlessness is sail to be a bearded woman She hat been urging the to form I themselvos into a guild or associr I tion She gives out that she is an i incarnation of a fairy who has comedown to teach the the arts of magic During the large mnedIr fox devilsIn which the are I profound believers can foretel events distinctly and announce what happiness or misery shall befail the lot ofothers By the same mighty mUKic1 moreover like the leaders of the Boxer insurrection she promises immunity to all her sincere followers from bullet of rifle and thrust of spear as well as from the effects of water and fire The are said to be moved Wealth is pouring into the coffers of the lead ers so that they have provided themselves with and are now being by large numbers of local banditti of whom in everyplace in China there are more than enaugh They have already assum ed the offensive and have looted some rice stores and other shops What their ultimate purpose is does not yet appear but they are in stores of provisions and have so tar terrorized their neigh hors that many of the welltodo of the are for their lives and seeking safety in quieter dis tricts It is reported that already they can muster more than 10000 It is believed however that the incarnated fairy who appears in the form of a woman is nothing more than a man who has assumed this guise for the sake of secrecy and effect counties have been infected by the contagion CASTORIAFor Infanta and Children The Kind You Ran Always Bought Bears the ASlgnAtureoC BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 750 to 100 Disc Machines 12 to 65 Tho Craphophono roproduoos all kinds of musIc perfectly band orchestra violin vooal and Instrumental solos quartettes etc It Is an endless souroo of amusement Clear 0rlglnal Musical B nsplrlnn A NNnlxlnlNNn xxxI111N111111111X1 respect People people spring Chinese people deeply weapons joined laying people fleeing bearded Several n INNx IxIN41YI1x INKIIINx NxIN COLUMBIA Gold CylinderRecords INM111111111111 I11Ix INIXIIIIIIIn Ira Ix111111I IIx11111Nn11 Illinois mml Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Personal Attendance of In dividual Holders Desired JFRET TICKET TO Till MKHTIXli Public notice la hereby given that the regular annual meeting of tin Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will IM held ut the Companys oflice in Chicago 111 inois on Wednesday October Is A 1905 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be issued To Each Holier ofOne or MoreSharos of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis tered on the hooks of the Company at the close of busine onTucsday CulllaTO TRAVHL PKIili over the Companys lines from tin station on the Illinois Central Rail road nearest to his or her registered address to- CHICAGO and RETURN such ticket to be good for the journey to Chicago only during the Four Days Immediately Preceedinu and time day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago on ly on the day of the rneetingand the d Four hays Immediately Following when properly countersigned anti stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 21 1005 I that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p tn in the oflice of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on IIIJlllicntionI in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago but each stockholder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each application must state the full name mid address of the Stockholder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person will be car vied free in respect to anyone holding of stock un registered on the books of the Company A G HACKSTAPP Secy Grand Prize St Louis IOO4 Columbia xUraphophonesn- Un 1Ix NNINININIxIxIN1NININNNIx ee RIchE rtulnlng oC ctptlvutlnicuttvcurlng Rowontxnt D cllghtful SuperiorT2bC n n NYI COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS 7lnch SO cents each S per dozen lOliicii 1 ouch 10 per dozen Grand Opera Records mttdo In lOInch discsonly 2 ouch recordswrecord ojfllndtrm and discsIColumbia Phonograph Company H7II9 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 Grand Prize 8t Louier1904 lff w4 nNN 1 vac 1 + o t WEALTHY LUNATICSI Kidnapped a Girl and Imprisoned Her in a Bird- Cage St ltrrbargCur WimlllUKtllll 1iwll Vladikavkaz in the Caucasus has been the scene of an extraordinary trial which has set all Russia talk ing Ivan Vitkohsks and Israel drum two venerable wealthy and highly respected citizens were charged with kidnapping numerous young women of good family and treating them in an unusual manner As a result of the trial both Vitkovsks and Grun will spend the evening of their days as paying guests in an asylum for the insane During the year of 1U02 and 1103 no fewer than M girls belonging to the most exclu save families in Vladikavkaz were abducted under remarkable circum stances In every instance the vis tim returned to her home after a short absence with an amazing story af her adventures Not a girl was allp the worso for her experience all had such extraordinary tales to tell that it was evident that the town contained more than one eccentric if not insane inhabitant of great wealthThe last victim of the demented and aged pair of kidnapers was Marya Savin who about a year ago was supposed to have been captured by brigands for the wake of a ransom Marya was an heiress and the belle of Vladikavkaz and police and public united in a systematic search 1for the missing heiress Blood hounds were employed but in the midst of the excitement Marya re turned to her home as suddenly as she had disappeared Her story was even more reciting than that of previously kidnaped women sand and it was owing to the following tale which she told that Vitkovski and Grun were eventually brought to justice I woke up in the night she said and was terrified bv suing two graybearded men both masked bending over me 1 was two frightened to scream and the men with out uttering a word placed a gag in my mouth and blindfolded me Then they lifted me up from my IKH and carried me as I was into the streets where I was thrust into a waiting carriage We drove at a furious peace for what seemed but a short distance but I think I must have fainted When I was revived and the bandage was taken from my eyes I discovered that I was in an luxuriously appointed room furnish ed as library In the corner of the apartment stood a large gilded cage constructed it appeared for some gigantic prehistoric bird My cap tors still without uttering a word handed me a closefitting feather dress mind uppearently of many thousand of yellow birds skins They motioned to me to put this on and then gently pushed me into the cage fastening the door behind me One of the old men who now proves to have been Vitkovski brought me costly food the other man Grun I never saw again Vitkovski used to come 11111 gaze at me though the bars of the cage sometimes he threw lumps of sugar the bars Early every morning he would enter the library with a jug of boiling water This he would pour into a big birds bath attached to the side of the cag Wash birds he would exclaim These were the only words I ever heard him utter 1 felt sure that the man must be a lunatic and was extreme ly nervous of what he would do to me But when I almost despaired of regaining my freedom the old man came to the cage late one night and signed to me to comedown from my feather costume Againwith one speaking a word he blindfolded me and guiding me to acarriage drove me within a few yards of my homeAlmost all the fancy shops in Vladikavkaz now display in their widows u picture postcard adorned with photographs of the Lady I bird in a Gilded Cage vaJ TaRZA BoutTyphoid The real danger in Kentucky lies not in yellow fever but in typhoid lover More people die in this State i0cu 7d4 4C4 from the latter disease every month than have ever died here from yellow fever We had better concern ourselves at home The 13305 cases last year could have been prevented Malaria fever can be prevented by the same precautions that are rc quired to prevent yellow fever Screened houses will practically eliminate both typhoid and malaria fevers in Kentucky By proper precautionary measures we can eliminate consumption If all the spu tum coughed up in a year were destroyed as it is coughed up there would be no consumption in Kentucky Typhoid fever which could have been prevented cost Kentucky lust year over 900000 besides the lives that were sacri ficed Statements of Drs 1 M McCormick and William Baily of the State Board of Health REAL TiliNG IN AIRSHIPS Greek Invents One That Will Hun Against The Wind lju nuCr New York llrriill J A new airship the invention of a Greek named Marinakis which has been patented in the United King dom and British colonies and which hats obtained the favorable opinion of several british experts is to be ofIwere by the report upon the machine by IL C Braun technical adviser to the London Chamber of Arbitration who says I have gone most carefully into the invention and procured more than one sketch of the model the frame the wind guard and the tract or and am prepared to say I consider the invention exceedingly clever I have no hesitation in saying that the invention is a distinct step in theI right direction and likely to lead to the most important results in aerial navigationOne many difficulties con nected with navigation of the air has been the inability of airships to op pose contrary current Marinakis considers that he has surmounted this difficulty His vessel is so constructed that a current of air which otherwise would interfere with there sired course of the ship is broken up deflectedand caused to pass along side thereby more or less nulifying the pressure of side currents The silent point of the invention is the tractor which is placed in the front part of the airship where it docs the double duty of propulsion and steering It can be driven by any motive power being composedof four or more arms equal to are lon ger than half the diameter of the airship The objects of this arrangement is to protect the front part of the ship from the influence of wind blades of proportionate size are so as to move the airship forward whilst protecting its side from the wind Attached to the tractor is a wind guard of ingenious character The airship is steered by the varying di rection of the vertical axis on which the tractor is curved The motor is placed at the rear The airship has a long cylindrical body FIFTY CENTS IN some conditions the gain from the use of Scotts Emulsion is very rapid For this reason we put up a fiftycent size which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children In other conditions the gain is slower health cannot dayInEmulsion must betaken as nourishment a food rather than a medicine Its a food for tired and weak digestions Send for free 11mpl Scott Bowne 409415 PH S- tCblII1atNcw York 50C and S j1IOe All druggist p 3rr dJYalw a TINY GIRL Ten Years Old Swims a Mile in ThirtyThree Min utes Iiotnn Cur IhlciiKO rtirnulcli A remarkable swimming feat was accomplished in Dorchester Bay when little Rose Pitonof the ten yearold daughter of Mr and Mr L Pitonof of 337 Freeport street swam over a mile in the phenomenal time of 33 minutes The worlds amateur record for a mile made by B keran some years ago in Australia is 24 minutes 36 onefifth seconds The performance of yesterday which was witnessed and recorded by competent judges is without doubt the best record ever made by a girl amateur swimmer The little girl started at the Savin Hill beach Dorchester in comgany with a playmate Hattie Vaughn a girl of 12 years in an effort to break the record made a few weeks ago over the same course by Miss Schll lander of Dorchester 15 years old a frequenter of the Freeport street baths The latter made the distance in 36 minutes 30 seconds The Vaughn girl although more experienced in swimming conld not keep up with her playmate and at the finish was just one minute behind but she too of course broke the re cord of Miss Schillander The nearest approach to the Piton of performance yesterday is found in the record made by Miss Keller man the crack Australian swimmer who made a mile in baths in 33 min utes 49 seconds Had it not been for the choppy condition of the water yesterday it is believed that much better time would have been made by both girls The children were accompained on the trip by their instructor George De Cost who has done much during his stay at the Freeport street baths in perfecting the young est element in the art of swimming He trained Miss Schillander Both girls used breast stroke the entire distance and were in such ex cellent condition at the finishing point that wheu they were asked by Mr De Cort if they would care to make the return trip both consisted He refused however to allow them to do so At no time were they in needof assistance and during the swim frequently smiled and readily answered questions which were put tothemThe are great favorites at the Freeport street baths Neither child had attempted a longdistance swim before 4 po The Colonels Waterloo Colonol John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Water loo from Liver and Kidney trouble I in a recent letter he says I was nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried my family doc tor he did me no good so I got a 50c bottle of your great Electric bit ters which cured me I 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 Griffin Bro druggist at 50c a bottle WeeksIAsleep For Seven Marshalltown Iowa 2 For es1agedany recognize any of the friends about him He receives nourishment will appearanco1knowing doctors are puzzled and pronounce L the case one of the most peculiar in medical historyi Burkes is a tele graph operator Although he appears to be in health andsleeping a natural sleep he is slowly approach ing what seems almost certain death Incrodldlo Brutality It would have been incredible bru tality if Chas F Lemberger ofi 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 Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drugstore p A New Version- If you should turn backwards 0 t r time in your flight and make me a child again just for tonight would I my mother draw me once more oer her knee and with her slipper put I kerbosh into me Would she the find coomb and examine withI care this old cocoanut that grow hair Would she plow up myI scalp and plow it for keeps and object slap me to sleep Turn back to the time when I was too young to vote and the bank wasnt pushing that sixtyday note when I didnt have to hustle to pay my grocery bills and my little bosom filled with goslings love thrills Take from mv muscle this rheumatic pain take it and give me my childhood again Ihave grown weary of dust and de cay weary of humpingdayafteday weary of sowing for chinch bugs to reap but I dont need anybody t reck me to sleep- Always Successful When indigestion become chronic it is dangerous Kodol Dyspepsia will cure indigestion and all trouble 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 better remedy than Kodol Dispepsia Cure I have pre fcribed it for a number of my pa tients with good success Kodol Dyspeysia cure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro REMARKABLE STORY Of Father Who Bnried Ills Son Alive to Cure Para lysis- II1ruelo6louloo IwdrrJ A fifteenyearold boy and son of of a farmer named Emilio Conti liv ing in the districts of Campo di Marti has met withu terrible death through the ignorance and supersti tion of his father The boy had for years suffered from paralysis and epilepsy and his father had vainly consulted various doctors and tried numerous reme dies to secure his recovery Lately he was advised by a cer tain Ernesto Monti a man of 85 who enjoyed the reputation of being a magician in the locality to bury the boy in a grave leaving only his mouthand nostrils free He was to allow the boy to remain in that position for Ive days at theexpira tion of which he would be cured of complaintConti dug a pit at the rear of his house and the epileptic made no attempt to resist his fathers inhuman deed Contis neighbors having heard of the affair remonstrated with him but to no purpose He was sure he said that the magician could be trusted and that his son would be curedThe day following the burial Dr Frascanti a local practitioner who also tried to persuade Conti to ex tricate the boy from his living grave informed the commandant Of the corps of carbiners and a number of I soldiers were at once sent to the5110tI with orders to remove the On their arrival at the improvised grave they found Conti occupied in rubbing the boys head and face the i upper part ofwhich was all that appeared above the ground with brandyThree soldiers were immediately set to work to extricate the lada delicate operation as at every at tempt to remove him he screamed with pain- Finally having been dug out and the clods of earth and clay removed from his paralyzed limbs he was conveyed to the hospital where he died the same evening form the to the nervous system EhockI The father and Ernesto socalled magician are both to be pre sentedAn I ago Kansas woman wrote a Missouri I farmer with whose family she spent last summer and told him she would like to go again this summer but that she objected to the manners of the hired girl and to the fact that the swine were kept too close to the house His nswer has put the woman on the fence He said You can come all right Hanna has went and they aint been no hogs on the place since you and your family left last summer m aear iy2 + + Y AweetablePreparationlorAs ling Stomachs andBowels of Promotes DigcstionCheerful nessandRcstContalns neither OpiumMorphine nor1finera1 NOTNAn OTICI forConstip1non Worms Convulsions feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK r EXACT COPY OF WRAPER l I of the t J Ky NMN 1 mini or vumiir woman who win success in life This it ie ot tint In pet ynur at the that stand in the very trnut N E Cor and Sts Ky from V T the will be to you lr1 M can enter at any di- mE F n4llbllnoSt IUSHDo You bold brIt nn4 two r+rot lUun to Cane pol Ug iCrnLEADERS i All Writ trmFCMTr Iunt lC Ir w CI ro 4111 4t h ptpII- J STEVENS ARMS TOOL co- CIllCOIEEIF O Doiovt MASS usAI I REPUBLICAN is to Print mi in a umiiiier I 01 i CASTORIA i t For Infants and Children The Kind You Have f Aiway Jght Bears t In- Use I I For Over Years CASTORIATM i fHarris Positive Pile Cure The Biggest Seller Age HllrlDffilenthIbytheLrltrhtlldlhsniucInt WILLIAMS Hartford N4MMNMM r BUSINESS I absolutely necewary to the young wotiM being conceded importance Iraining schools rsn- kBRYANT Business College Second Walnut Louisville specialSHORTHANDTYPEWRITING testimonials graduates occupying prominent pwtiniiH Hl United Statesit mailed FREE School IlhHr Students J WRIGHT President STEVENS rrpautton8ffiSSH barIuLIiotormamoImnQlbprownrot jAi THE 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n11a2FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOn REIllKSENTATIVE CHARLES C BEARD FOR COCXTV nun W B TAYLOR FOil COUST COURT CIKHK W S TINSLEY FOR COUNTY ATTOKSET- K M WOODWARD FOil SHERIFF R B MARTIN FOR JAILER OSCAR MIDKIFF KUPEIUSTEXIlEXT OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE FOR A8SESSOK SAM W LEACH FOR Hlnlt Eroll- NATHANIEL MOXLEY FOil COIIOSER JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGISTRATE 1 Hartford DUtrlct Xcholai llnnmm t Cromwell Itbtrlct W I Mlllfr 3 Salpbur SprlnB mtrlctW H Itean 4 Ford Tlll DUtrlct W II Edgy 6 Ilnford nltdetnen M Ctmmlwrlnln 6 fentertown IMntrlct Herbert Render 7 Rockport Dlitrlct John JIllw FOR CONSTABLE- I Hartford PUtrlct J II Dcnnln Cromwell District It M Young 3 HnlphurHprlnam Dktrlrt Walter MMklff 4 PtordiTllle Dlntrlct E Hetlilrn 6 IVntertown Dlntrict W II Hill 7 Itockport Olntrlct Jainn Clark Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us THE whole world take off their hats to Teddy Roosevelt MARK TWAIN can extract humor out of most anything except the gout IT is reported that an Ohio hen lays boiled eggs but all efforts to get her to lay before breakfast have failed NICOLA TESLA claims to be in possession of a scheme which if proper ly manipulated will throw the earth out of balance SECRETARY TAFTS hosts at Tokyo served iced whale after sizing him up and deciding that nothing less would meet the emergency WANTED a class of men who can telescope themselves and roll down hill without getting hurt in the pro cess for automobile chauffeurs rAN Arctic explorer on his returnIto New York asked the who was the Democratic for President in 1904 Do you re member his name A MAN who narrowly escaped be ing run over by ail automobile was so surprised that he fell dead of ifeart failure The auto certainly l gets them comin an goin t A NEW YORK gentleman and an Ohio lady come forward with the i noveltiest of novel weddings They married that they might occupy the only remaining room in the only boarding house in a Colorado town not already filled with guests So FAR as we are informed Judge Jas P Miller and County Attorney W H Barnes have invariably been two of the three members of the iron bridgeconstruction committees and by reason of that fact are pos- siblyI in a position to explain how that competition does not cheapen the price when it is an iron bridge r that is being bought AT a meeting of the bridge building committees held at the of r fice of Judge Miller last Friday of which Mr Wysong the representative of the Champion Bridge Co seemed to ht tin honorary mem ber we are informed tho con f r r tract for the building of the three iron bridges ordered at a recent call session of the Fiscal Court was awarded to the Champion Bridge Co Mr Wysong voting in favor of the award It was not generally known that the committees would meet and no one except the members were present It is generally believed that the trade for the bridges was practically agreed on at the time the Champion Bridge Cos man was here a few week ago and the meeting last Friday was called to complete or consumation that trade The Champion Bridge Cos man remained in secret consultation with Judge Miller for some time after the committees had adjourned and the members thereof had left The prices agreed on have npt been reported BRIDGE QUESTIONS STILL NOT ANSWERED After persistent entreaty per suasion coaxing cajoling and in terrogation for a period of more than three months and by employ ing all known means that might move the mind or passion of man to influce the members of the Democratic ticket who have always constituted the self appointed work ing majority of the building com mittees that have had the various iron bridges constructed in the coun ty during the past few years or some one for them to explain what the bridges have cost and why they have not been built by contracts let to the lowest bidders at public out cry TilE REPUBLICAN has at last induced the Hartford Herald to feebly and plttifully say As information for TilE HART FORD REPUBLICANwe will state that there has been a saving of more than 10 per cent on the bridges built in the county in the last seven years and more than 25 per cent on the building of the abutments Now either show this is incorrect or shut up about public outcry letting by secret bids etc The Herald and the ticket for which it speaks would be very glad indeed if we would shut up about public outcry letting by secret bids etc but we will not so long as it and its ticket refuse to answer these questions with more satisfac tion and intelligence than they have yet done We have been unable to learn from the public recordsand these public matters should be open to the publicor any other source what has really been paid for these bridges and it is impossible far the Herald or anyone to know what per cent has been saved or to have any definite knowledge approaching that point unless the actual cost can in some way be ascertained In any event the Herald the Democratic ticket or any of its members will do us and the voting public a great favor if they will explain that com petition does not cheapen the price of an article even an iron bridge Red Mens PowWow Warsaw Tribe No 73 Independ ent Order of Red Men entertained the McHenry and Central City tribes at tribal headquarters at Rockport last Saturday night Many visiting brethren from different sections of the county were present and enjoyed the work as well as the corn and venison prepared for them A most enjoyable time was afforded Resolutions of Respect Whereas On September the divine Architect of the universeI called from labor to refreshment our worthy friend and brother W E Morton therefore be it Resolved That in his death our lodge has lost one of its most honor ed members the craft a worthy brother his wife a loving husband his parents a dutiful son his broth ers and sisters a loyal brother our town an honest and upright mer chant the community a valued citizenResolved That we extendour deepest sympathy to his family in their sad bereavement and commend Get Ridof Bancbes eruption Inflammations core Dell of the eyelids and ears disease of the bones rickets dyspepsia catarrh wasting are only some of the troubles It cause It Is a very active evil making bavoc M the whole syst- emHoods Sarsaparilla Eradicates It cures all Its manifestation and builds up the whole system Accwt no substitute Ayers This falling of your hair I Stop it or you will soon be bald Give your hair some Ayers Hair Vigor The fall Ing will stop the hair will Hair Vigor grow and the scalp will be clean and healthy Why satisfied with poor hair beI you can make it rich H My hair nearty11 came eat I Ihtn trleil Ayer Itatr Vljinr 01 nee ladle smpwt- the 111111 yew lrlnell1 real JI a IIlIle curl11M r M SMITH Mratoa N Allldi ietttOt J wt nroM Thick Hair them to Him wno has promised to be a precious help in time of trouble Resolved That these resolutions i I be spread on our records published in the Masonic Home Journal and in the county papers and a copy be sent to the wife and parents of our deceased brother Ceralvo Ky Sept 2nd 19015 E 11 KIMMEL W S HILL Com J W BAKERI WHITESVILLE Sept GThe ice cream supper given by the ladies of the St Marys Catholic church Saturday night prov ed to be a success Mrs Mag Roberts son and daugh ter Carl and Fannie B returned to their home in Yelvington Tuesday after a visit to D L Jackson and wifeMr Ezra Jackson Owensborowas here Monday Mrs P H Haffey and Miss Mary H Wedding left for Cincinnati 0 Sunday to purchase the fall millinery goodsMrs Livia Cecil and daughter Haffey returned home from Hart ford Friday They were accom panied by Miss Mary H Wedding Messrs Tilden Morrison and Wil lie Sargeant Fordsville were here SundaySchool opened here Monday with Prof Sam Turner principal and Miss Burnett Haward assistant Wm Petrie and C J Berry spent Sunday and Monday at Powers Paul Drury West Louisville spent Saturday night and Sunday here 0 Hickey Owensboro bpent Sat urday and Sunday with his parents Chas McCarty went to Owens boro Monday to work for the Cum berland Telephone Co Hickey Smith Owensboro was here Monday Miss Sallie Hewlett Pleasant Ridge returned home Sunday after a visit to Miss Annie Bell She was accompanied home by Misses Annie Bell Fannie B Roberts and Martha KittingerMiss Hayden Owensboro returned home Monday after a visit to Miss Amy Howard Misses Mary Barrett Ola Howard and Bertha Hamilton left Monday for Bethlehem Academy where they will enter school Miss Cora Hamilton left for St Josephs Academy Monday to enter schoolC L Obenchain spent Tuesday night in Pellville Thos Potts spent Sunday and Monday in Owensboro with his fam ilyErnest Stinnett is on the sick list Paul Barrett and Clemmie Hamil ton left for St Marys Academy Monday to enter school Enter Business University And secure a position Write for catalogue now Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky- SMALLHOUS Sept 5The infant son of Mr and Mrs Ray Addington born Au gust 28th died August 31st and was buried the following day at Equal ity Mrs Mag Faught who has been quite ill is thought to be some bet terMrs Zona Pierce Roseville Ind is at the bedside of he sister Mrs FaughtThe news of the death of W EI Morton which occurred at his home at Ceralvo Sept 1st was a great I I IIIii j r Drake and sisterMra Oppie Kitting er last week Mrs P L Wood and daughter of Ceralvo were the guests of Miss Maggie Hunter Tuesday Mrs Jennie Hawkins Hartford is at the bedside of her niece Mrs Ray Addington Miss Vera Hawkins was the guest of here cousin Miss Ethel Hunter Friday and Saturday- J C Bennett and family have moved from our midst to Hrtrtford We regret to give them up Prof W C Overhults Matanzas was in our midst Saturday- R D Hunter Matanzas spent Sunday with his parents Mr and- I Mrs Robert Hunter Robert Hunter and Jake Barnard have returned from Utica Several from this place attended the burial of W E Morton Saturday at CeralvoMrs Morton is at the bedside of her little grandson Samuel Kim bley Morton who is quite ill wcreIyoung mule secured first premium and Withrows second Prof M D Maddox Beaver Dam spent Saturday night with his par entMiss Alyce Fulkerson left Sunday for Central City to attend school DeWltts Jffift Salvo For Plies Burns Sores Haitford College Hartford Ky Old Well EstabliokdRBliable It has educated more successful men and women than any other in stitution in this part of the State Its graduates are numbered among the prominent men and woman of every honorable profession trade industry and calling in life Three fourths of the teachers of Ohio coun ty have raceived training within it41 wallsBusiness Department The Business Department will be Rogerslwhocollege with the highest honors was I elected to a responsible position in business college in West ViraI ginia which position she resigned come here She will also teach by i correspondenceFirst pens Sept 405 Third Term Opens Jaa1606 I Expenses are as low or lower than in any other firstclass institution Catalog free Address I h N GRAY Presideatti a tld 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 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 see them We still 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 Slippers going at cost 4 5 Neckwear News For gentlemen A big line of the very newest things will be on display August 26th All the new styles and new shades in Ascots Midgets Strings and Windsors Young r n EPBARNESBR0 Wheat WheatThousands of dollars is paid out every year for this most important arealturd vo can see no just reason why our farmers could not raise every bushel of wheat our people consume And we honestly believe that with the proper ellort upon the part of our farmers in preparing the soil and by the judicious use of the proper kind of Fertilizers and the proper increase of our acrcing we can succeed in producing all am in many instances even more than our people can use Farmers Farmers Wo are still advocating tho liberal use of the best grades of Fertilizers fur tho successful growth of wheat After years of personal experience in the Held and as distributors vo especially urge you to use tho HORSE SHOE BRANDS of For tilixers till wheat Field testa of every description in our immediate section have proven in every in stance the superiority of this famous brand of Fertilize Increase your acreage use HORSE SHOE BRAND of PURE GROUND BONE liberally and an ordinary season will produce for you a profitable and satirfactory yield n Beaver Day Ky 1Y d THE NEWS IN BRIEF H Long AT 6fc CosEco O z STORE with Childrens Saturday FourinHand man if you want a nice new Tie for Sunday come and inspect this stock of Ties Skirt News 4 5 They are now on display Not tomorrow but today So many new styles and new shades And oh my how nice they are made The quantity is great and the styles very late 4 5 most of the weaves are new and the price is right too Come and look through and if we havent Ryour exact size we take your measure and get your skirt in three or four days afterwards Fit guaranteed 4 5 45GThey are here now for Old Men Young Men 6 5 Boys and Youths We are confident we can show you the most complete and uptodate line of 4Clothing ever shown in Hartford Suits that are made for men who know they have a good figure and dress up to it Fashion finds its most compli mentary interpretation in bur Closing Come fa 4 and let us show you through our stock l Hartford e tilcky I Y4 L 4vtu hltYO1l1 fWar11 tjiFr Jt r b t i iss ootr z r f Fairs MHj U New Goods 4 5 This week finds our buyers in the market 4 5 searching for tho latest in Dry roods Clothing Ladies lard Gentlemens Furnishings Soon they will be in our house ready for the inspection of the public t Staple Dry Goods 4 5 Our Staple department will abound in the new est styles in Prints Ginghams Cheviots Porcals Flannelette Outings Etc at prices that competi tors will wonder how it is done Visit us and give this department your special attention Fairs Furnishings This department will bo brim full of all thats novel in Furnishings fur ladies children and gen tlemen Its the new things that wo want and its the now things that wo propose to show you Our low prices will rule in this department ns heretofore I We back these assertions by showing you the goods Callandsee themI Fairs Fall Millinery In due time you will bo notified of our annual full opening Our milliners have been in tho market several weeks familiarizing themselves I with the leading styles So on their return you 5 may expect tho correct headwear for tho coming j fall Fairs Clothing For fall huts already begun to arrive They are beyond a doubt the prettiest line we have shown for years Remember when you buy a Suit at Fairs you got tho best without any quibbling about prices Come early and inspect our line ATjThe Bargain tlentef ItI Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 illinois Central RailroadTime Table North Itound So I l2 doe 407mu No lK ln lJTOpra No 02in7tni KiinlhUonndNo121ilinIlOlnin So 101 doe tfP m No Ill dBf 81O m KOTUlE THE MBMJnMCAW will print Irrf il charge Memory HolleM Obllnnrln Ilenolnlionn or Ilnptrt 10tho extrut 01 150 word Allover Ihnt urn on nl e chortle lora the Inte olin per word enh In ndvnce- TArlletee lu fXCf nl 130 word will he cot down to rrqnlrril limit nnlrna mourjr I cent with nmnnierlpl 101 eery lo n word in every Inilitnee Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant The Indians are coming Saturday September 16 fMr John Blair Buford called to see us Monday Nice fresh Fish always on hands atCity Restaurant tMr W P Render Matanzas call a see us Monday Try that Vegetable Soup at City Restaurant So good Bring your Eggs Feathers and Chickens to Carson Co Nicest tin of Cakes and Crackers in Hartfort City Restaurant delusH E B n 1tO a- very pleasant cajler last Saturday Supply you with slates and tablets SutrtTfFairs Basement IMr J C Wilson Roxey was a pleasant caller Monday City Restaurant for Ice Cream and all kinds of Cool Drinks IIts early for Fresh Oysters but has gotem ofIM F Kimbley Ceralvo called toI see us while in townyesterday j I We always pay top price for all kinds of Produce CARSON Co iMr C T Whittinghill Trisler was a pleasant caller last Saturday i Another barreIfHeinz sweet Pickles Fine CITY RESTAURANT Nat Lindlay Point Pleasant call ed to see us while in town yesterday Our Steak Meals and Fish Meals cant bobcat CITY RESTAU RANT IMiss Ella Herring has accepted a as stenographer for Mr G I B Likens Esq J A Park is having a cistern dugnear his residence on Washing ton street We will pay you for the next week 12J cts per dozen for Eggs CARSON Co Mr W H Griffin left for Louisville yesterday to purchase stock for his new drug store The Nebraskan Redskins are coming See them at the Fair ground Saturday September 16 Mr Moorman Howey Central was the guest of Mr J W pre tKefirolttie week Mr Lee Lpngpf thefirm ofLong CQ left Wednesday for eastern markets to purchase fall goods Urp Miss Martina Bennett is the guest of Mis3 Edith Tichenor at Liver more Messrs W N Miller and W F Sandefur Roxey called to see us Monday Judge and Mrs R R Wedding were the guests of relatives at Dun dee Tuesday Mr Sam Bach left Tuesday for the Eastern Markets to purchase his full stock of goods Hon C M Crowe returned Wed nesday from Frankfort where he had been on legal business The Heflin and old Hickory base Ball teams will cross bats at the fair grounds here next Saturday Mr Hez WardSr of Okland City Ind is the guest of Mr V C Ward and other relatives at Beda Miss Margaret Marks who has been ill of hay fever for the past several days is slowly improving After visiting his family here for a few days Cal C M Barnett re turned to Louisville Wednesday IrJ F Wallace of the Nocreek neighborhood who has been quite ill for the past few days is improving Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4 tf Miss Mary Bennett returned last Saturday from a few weeks visit to relatives at Morganfield and Owens boro Mr and Mrs Will Fair left the Mrst of the week for Eastern Mark ets to purchase the fall stock for Fair Co Miss Amanda Bennett and niece Miss Mattie Bennett city left yes terday for a few days visit to rela tives at Matanzas Mrs Emma Carson Crowfert of FriscoIndand MrsBettieC Dodge of San Francisco Cal are the guests of relatives at Beda FOR SALE CHEAP Good location for a Doctor collections good Address DR P HARDEN 7t4 Millerstown Ky Senator A S Bennett Louisville who had been the guest of his par ents and other relatives for a few days returned Tuesday The Big Indian Base Ball team from Nebraska will cross bats with the Ohio county team at Hartford Saturday September 16IMiss Lucinda Ford of Horse Branch was tried Monday and found to be of unsound mind and was sent to the asylum at Hopkinsville Mr W M Heflin of the Heflin neighborhood left yesterday for Evansville Ind where he will look after important business matters Mr Hewlet Young Livermore and Miss Ada Park of the Central Grove neighborhood were the guests of Miss Emma Park city last week City Restaurant most uptodate place in Hartford Everything neat as a pin Everything good to eat Everything cooked as ordered Mrs Olivia Cecil and daughter Miss Hailie who had been the guests of relatives here returned to their home at Whitesville last FrI- day Mr E A Cottrell Pensacola Fla joined his wife Monday who has been the guest of her mother Mrs Lucy Hubbard for the past several weeks Mr Speed Guffy a prominent at torney of Morgantown died at his home Wednesday afternoon at 6 oclock The cause of his death is unknown to us Miss Mary Wedding who had been the guest of her mother Mrs Julia Wedding for the past several weeks has gone to Cincinnati preparatory to her fall millinery woik at Whitesville IMr J S Igleheart Matanzas to see us while in town last Friday Mr Igleheheart told us that he lacked one pound weighing a pound for each year he is old He weighs 86 pounds and is 87 Yearsof age Messrs L P Foreman R R Riley G B Likens wn Barnes C R EampbelJ JffiagveJjR MlUerj and MlssMihtiie Mclntire Miffs C W Sturgeon and CE Smith and were aatobg the1artf rd people who attended the burial of Mr W E Morton at Ceralvo last Saturday Rural Free Delivery Route No1 qutfrom Hartford began operation last Friday with Mr J E Davidson carrierThe Peoples Bank of Beaver Dam opened its doors for business last Friday The new institution will no doubt do an excellent business Its initial business on opening day was indeed flattering Childrens Day services were held at Nocreek church last Sunday There was a large crowd present and a splendid program was rendered A most excellent dinner was spread by the good people of the commu nity Rev Chester Stevens will preach at the Hartford Baptist church Sun day September 10th at 11 oclock a m and at 7 oclock p m He will preach at the Beaver Dam Baptist church the same day at 3 oclock p m On account of the Lador day cele bration at Render Monday there were so few in attendance at the meeting of the Farmers Club which assembled here on that day it was decided to adjourn to next Saturday September 9th FOR SALE 100 acres of land70acres in high state of cultivationlying opposite the Ohio County Fair grounds Also one house and lot in Hartford For price and terms callon CAL P KEOWN tf Hartford Ky The most famous Base Ball team in the country is the Nebraska In dians This organization composed f genuine American Savages They will play the Ohio county team at the Fair Grounds at Hartford Ky on Saturday September the 16th 1905 4 6t4 Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or profession Read the display advertisement of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easy u young man or young lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position tf Since our last issue the county has lost four of its oldest and most honored citizens Three of them Archilles Webb Beda aged 86 James Farmer of Ralph aged 88 and David Owen of Ralph aged 70 died Friday The fourth Mr David Westerfield died at the residence of his son Mr Alex Westerfield of the Concord neighborhood Satur day in the 87th year of his age Mrs Wayne Griffin entertained in her usual pleasant manner a few of the young folks at her beautiful home on Union street last Monday night in honor of Miss Lydia Goer ing of Hawesville Those present were Misses Lydia Goering Stella Woerner Hattie Barnett Fannie Cox Willie Smith Artie Wedding Annie and Kitty Collins Arbye Brown and Messrs Len Goering Arch Lewis Cleve Her John Taylor Clarence Casebier Cecil Stevens Marvin Moseley and George Lewis License to Wed The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk M S Ragland since our last report- J M Gray Echols age 19 years to Dora Kelley Echols age 16 years Herbert Maples Hartford age 23 years to Katie Watson McHenry age 16 years Thomas W Peach Rosine age 39 years to Ida Inez Allen Rosine age 29 years William Reynolds AJcHenry age 24 years to Musa Faught McHenry ago 19 years Rupert Fulkerson Echols age 28 years to Annie Kifer Echols age 16 years PLEASANT RIDGE Sept 6Rev T J Ratcliff Fordsville filled his regular appoint ment here Saturday and Sunday Miss Sallie Hewlett who has been visiting in Whitesville returned home Sunday accompanied by Misses Mar tha Kittinger Fannie Roberts and Annie Bell and Messrs Frank Bell Willie Brooks and Tom Spurrier Mr Stair and his electricians of Owensboro are here this week put ting in the new exchange Prof Roy Bell Ensor and Miss Sallie Underwood Livia commenced school jbere Monday with a large attendance i i M5sseRuth and Clayton Williams entertained the young people Satur day night with a watermelon supper Miss Bessie Welch who has been quite sick is better Miss Fannie Dave Headley of Car 1 00 f u 4 1 Weaning i 49 Don t buy your full Suit until you have seen our 4large and Hobby line of fall Suits of the latest styles i willearly a larger line of Clothing this hall than j ever before We will huvo nothing but the latest 4 andcheapest not in quality but in price Case af 49 tor case is arriving 4 so we must make Jj room for them and I4 to do this you must 4i assist us by taking = advantage of tho bar 49 gains wo are offering J on some Summer 49 Clothes andalsofine iJ quality Fall Suits 49 that wo have from jjlust fall Wo can f4 save you money now 49 before the fall season j sots in When we uroreC1C1 CCIVlng the largest 4q line of Clothing this beforeI or 4 4be the largest supply in Hartford for we are noted i 4V as the leaders of clothing in Hartford = 4 Wo will give special reduced prices on all Ulothb Jj ing till tho Fair You will have the pick of our J entire enormous fall stock that we are receiving = C1 lii 44fibWe can dress you from head to foot for little = money with good goods Here is your snap if you = = need a Boys Suit All our 350 Suits for 275 49 300 Suits for 225 250 Suits for 175 200 = 2 Suits for 150 XL50 Suits for 100 = 49 i4 I SAM BACH7 1= 208 Main S- tHartford 49 Ky E fi + FM +++ +++++ + +4+d lfffI 4+ tFt4+ + t+ FF+7 i Ii BANK OF HARTFORD iINCOllPORATED 1taN Z- t Capital Stock 4000000 t Surplus 1100000 r Stockholders Additional Liability 4000000 c 010 Security to Depositors 9100000 iJ W FORD President PresttJ W FORD + H P TAYLOR t JNO C THOMAS mi 111 is visiting Mrs D C Hew lett Miss Allie Fielden left last wee to take up her school at Maxwell Miss Golda Johnston who has been visiting in Springfield has returned home Miss Hazel Hunt left last week to open her school at Philpot Messrs Ike Sanderfur and Clarence Casebier of Hartford were in town Monday advertising the Indian baseball game at Hartford MATANZAS Sept 6Mlsses Ruth and Naoma Bell are very sick with the fevers Worth Tichenor and wife Liver more were the guests of relatives here the first of the week- S A Bratcher wife and daugty ters Prof W C Oyerhults and Miss Nora Bennett attended phil dreris day at Nocreek last Sunday Messrs Ross Bennett and Rosco Render went to Hartford last Mon day to enter school Several people from this place attended theStreetFaifatpentertqwn x I r IIRR HOLBROOK JNO T MOORS to++++H i Dlrectoni I ++++++++++++ last Saturday teachk her parents at Rockport last Satur day and Sunday- S 11 James and family have mov ed from Centertown to this place Prof J C Hoheimer Rockport was here Monday evening BEDA Sept 6Business is very good in our town The nice rain which fell last Friday appreciatedk1dissOwensboro is visiting Mla Alberta GreeraMrs Dodge San Francisco1 Cal and Mrs Calvert of near Princeton t Ind are the guests of relatives here Misses Pearl Nave Alber ta Greer s and Mrs Dr Stewart spent Mond ay with Mrs Bernyce Dodfton and Ethel Bennett Several from hero attended Child SUIKI t d tt LoI i THE FEARLESS PAUL JONES Story of Famous Leaders Work on the English Coast During Revolutionary War I Whitelm veil was a town of con isiderublc importance savs Cyrus Townsend Brady in Metropol itan Magazine It had a pop ulution of about 0010 i eople and several hundred vessels of all kinds were in the port Two forts commanded its harbor hilt John Paul Jones believed largely in the value of the unexpected anti bj three oclock in the morning was making for the place with two cut ters manned by li men earh armed only with pistols and cut lasses One of till cutters in com uiniul of Capt Jones himself mule directly for the town feud the other under command of Lieut Walliugford pulled for the shipping docks on the opposite side of the harbor Jones landed ijuietly just as the tlrst streaks of dawn were tingeing the east final leaving one man in the boat set out at a run for the nearest fort Gallantly scaling the walls the party fell upon the small garrison and made theta prisoner without firing a shot After spiking the guns Jones locked the English soldiers in their own guardhouse and set out at a run fnt the other fort half a mile away Hut during all this time tier was no sign of the work of Wai lingford not a spark of light or a cloud of smoke to show that that officer was doing his part of the work Not until Jones had reached the other fort and spiked the guns did he learn that Wai lingford had abandoned the at tempt because the match which he carried for the purpose had gone out It was broad daylight and here and there were signs of ac tivity in the houses tear the docks Capt Jones had no time for delay He boarded a large yes sel and with his own hands kin died a tIre in her steerage Upon time flames he threw straw and hatchway gratings a barrel of tar completed the work In the meanwhile the gathering of townsfolk had increased until the crowd had beromo a frantic moll which wits now threatening till men and the landing place Seeing that he could do no more Toms went ashore sled drawing Ids two pistols went down to face fifteen hundred people lIe was not a large man hit there was something in his face to supply the deficiency of majesty in stature He swayed the mob with his pis tols as a summer breexe moves a rye field He reached till cutter and easily held the infuriated people at hay until the lire was well started and iris men were safely wits in their cutter Aft rthat he entered the Lout and was pulled away Value of Hard Work All the records of history and all tit facts of common exjxri flirt support the statement that men do not dluf hard work but that hard working men who shun dissipation told avoid all waste of vitality live I lit longest It was said of William Pitt that he died of till age in his fortyseventh year worn out not II lord work though he worked haid but by in attention to his health and unphil osophie worry and chagrin Pres ident Roosevelt today in his forty seventh year displays the exuber ant 1nergv oT youth not because he leads an easy life but because while working probably harder than any ntholliit of the got ernment lit pays as he has always paid close attention to his health and avoids tin means of weakness and debilitv lloston Globe Partridge In Rabbit Burrow The French partridge must look on till rabbit as a truefriend for tilt hitd has nocompiiiict lUll in ilia k lug use of its burrow ns a plan of refuge in times of necessity This tendency on its part is not gener ally known hut those who have to dent with the redleg on till wide heaths of Norfolk and Suffolk which sure infested with rabbits and jMTfornted with their bur rows am fully aware of the man T r ht whicb time birds disappear below ground if driven very hard Like Sunshine Lions in captivity are affected by hill weather just as human be- Suss tare 1 raiiv des will umake 1111glimpRe Walks a Whole Lot j IIlIf1flItYes sir that lie does said the little girl seeking alms He should take more exercise lie doesnt walk enough Oh yes he dots sir its him what rushes the can every lime we has mixed ale sb1oukers Statesman WHAT ALASKA TOTEMISM IS I Some Light on an Interesting and Little Understood Subject WhichIPuzzled Scientists It is interesting to note that I totemism is found nut only in Alaska but among the North I American Indians the aborigines of Australia the Hottentots of Africa and even the hill trilns India says the Housekeeper IIfI tems are also common among t Samoans liroadly the totem is the budgej of a clan or tribe but it a great deal mate thou mete polit heal or social alliance It is IwlI only a tribal emblem hurt familr signal not merely a s1I11 bol of nationality but also an tX pression of religion not simply a bond of union among primitive peoples but also a regulator of the marriage laws and other so ial institutions A totem huts been defined as a class of mate trial objects which a savage re Bards with sujierstitious resejMt believing tint there exists be tween him and every iiiuinher of the class an intimate and sjiecial relation Among the Ojibway Indians there are no fewer than JM differ tnt totems Nine of these mire quadrupeds marking out till wolf the bear the beaver mind other clans eight are birds tin are fishes and 0111111 Some thlIIII1III tines regarding Samoa Thus it is believed that if a turtleman tats of a turtle ho will grow very ill and the voice of the turtle will be heard in his in side saying He ate me I am l killing him If a bananaman uses a Imnana leaf fora cap he be curies bald If a butterll man catches a butterfly it strikes him dead If a fowl tnnu eats a fowl delirium and death result 11111 1111111Itcance of a fatally emblem Regarding totemism it is to be noted that the relation of mutual help timid protection includes also the totem itself that is to say if a man takes care of his totem In expects the totem to return t hIIcompliment If the totem is a genius animal it must not hurt his clansmen The scorpionmen I of Senegaiubia dtilan that most deadly scorpions will 11111I over their bodies without hurting them Then is a snake clime in Australia which holds to a similar belief Among the crocodile clan hillttll IInIHetwccn till lumber manufac turer the naval stores operator and the annual forest fires till south is being rapidly dnudcdof her forests while noeffort is being made to jMrxtuate the pine tim ber The cypress is of too growth to offer much hope rf1 quiring 11 years to grow one inch ntirtIiIIi mint three is promise of an abundant HIIIIIIIf timber by the time tin phil shall have disappeared Thin owner ofut catalpa plantation in Louisiana hUH planted 00000 of these trees in Florida for the East Coast Railroad company A cy press tree four feet in diameter re quires Will years to grow south ern yellow pine grows largo enough for sawing in li0 years while catalpa 1I11lCio1lUI two fIt 111 diameter has been grown in New Orleans in 14 years Because of this rapid growth it is i now one of tit trees most in favor Ledger for railroad ties Philadelphia I Subscribe for TilE REPUDLICAN EGYPTIPurchasing pNative Culti vator Now Being Increased Squalor EliminatedI In closing a comprehensive re j port in regard to the Itl11I1ItlIIt rlgypt and the shore thcrein IIfI the Inited States Vice COli General F G Morgan ut diaws the following pen picture of trade conditions III ancient Egypt I have already mentioned that the purchasing iower of the coun try is ineitasiugyear by year hilt I should go further and say that the purchasing jKiwer of the fel 11111litthat it is It is but a few years since any display tint of wealth but of bring one degree above the limit of abject poverty would hove brought round the govern ment tax gartherer with Iris per thillaHting lot modern comfort not to mention luxuries increases with his growing prosjHrity and feeling of absolute security Iron bed steads out woven iron mattresses have replaced the old angarecbs m sort of coiicln wooden floors have made their appearance in up per rooms cheap European car pets with gaudy colors take the place of ried mats bent wood chairs and substantial tables pro vises with crockery and cutlery and a tablecloth replace the old mat and brass tray which former I repnsenfd till furniture of the dining apartment and so on through a whole chapter The picturesque squalor and poverty once the delight of th1 artist must be looked for now on the limits of cultivation not near the Nile or in the neighborhood of the larger towns Tiidecd one often hears the complaint made that the oriental ehanicteristics of Egypt are rapidly disupjicar ing whether it tummy he in connec tion with the handsome blocks orI buildings being constructed over the country or in theclot lung and domestic life of the inhabit nuts And it is to this new IKO pie sued this new countryfor it is a new country in spite of the hoary antiquity of its monuments and history that I recommend American manufacturers to turn their serious nttntiouIA DENTAL TREASURE TROVE Forceps Artist Advises That Gold Be Taken from Teeth of Dead and Given to CharityII know where right here in this country and dig up millions of dollars worth of treasure said a dentist I Where would I go To cemeteries To tIll mouths of curl dead In the teeth of our dead i inoiigh gull is going to waste to enrich a small t Von have in OWIIIgold Your jIlIdAmerica j Moss to each persons teeth i a half dollars worth of gull You bmlye t benI111111111110 hidden in our mouths When we die this gold wont be extracted It will be buried with us To take the guild from the teeth of the dead before burial would JIIWt501ll1jItlaw requiring all this gold which dotH no goinl in till peatto be re 1lIIIIIIiIltli1mtedlIII Work for the Insane Work for the insane is a special study ut the Villejuif asylum Paris Painting carving sketch hug nail even tattooing are includ ed and recovery is often due to the employment In other cases the condition of UK patients mind is mirrored in the work done aid hug the physician in his studyof the case more than arty long dis cussions or consultations Womans Privileges In France A French woman slay become u doctor a lawyer or a member of the board of education She may even be decorated with the I the of but WeIl1mentaOn Hi Sights i mnleartcd Lady Comeback atVven oclock tonipht Ueinrnr Impossible madam 1 y belong to the union and they dont allow us to worlfovertime Meg ueudorfer Ulaetter p Notwithstanding Japanese are UntruthfulI ceit and prevarication adopted by the Japanese War Department toI ward even its own people as well as the out side world in reguard to the losses sustained in battle on land and sea the truth is leaking out whichshow that Japan hns not come out of these conflicts in such fine shape as she would have the general puclic believe It now transpires for instance that the converted cruis cr Nippon was so badly damage by the shells of the Russian warship in the battle of the sea of Japan that it was found necessary to ruts the vessel ashore to save her from being I a total loss Knowledge such dis asters as this coming after the of tidal reports given out by the Japan Government in which it is made to appear that they came out of the conflict with practically no loss or damage at all does not tend to en hance respect or confidence in the future of dealings of that Power with other nations It will give rise to the entirely just and rational sus picion that a nation which includes is such unwarrantable and unnecessary trickery anti falsification in tinge of war cannot be trusted in a time of peace Startling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality for appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flunnery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Con stipation and Biliousness 25c at Z Wayne Gritlin Bro druggist The Trouble With Corn Roasting ears this season sre scarcely fit for swine They are neither sweet nor milky A ScotchAmerican of keenest observation said to me the other day I can easily explain why the green corn we use for the table is wortele In gathering the ears they are thrown recklessly to gether in a basket or hamper and allowed to remain there in close con tact for hours Now the instant one ear touches another an excess of heart is generated which quicky sours the corn and destroys its flavor Never let one ear touch another whether in or outof the shusk until both are boiling in the p- otc4lETORzJLBeat rtelime Kind Y93 Hut W3Y- SSJgutur Boots 01 b LoneLived Animals- In that interesting volume The Farmers Notebook the seventh edition of which has just been is sued a table is given showing the lengthof life enjoyed by animals md birds One wonders why a iheep which is given 10 years should be shorter lived than any other farm creature Even the dog and cat are credited with 13 and 12 years respectively Other creatures have the following years assigned to them Hen 1J goat 15 cnv 20 to 23 pig 25 and horse 85 The goose is reputed to be an octogenar inn 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 sjstcm of all bile without producing unpleasant effect Sold by Z Wayne Gritlin Bro Lost Ships We pay but slight attention to the the loss of a ship three days unless many lives are sacrificed Therefore it is surprising to know that in the hervy storms of last April 118 ves sels were destroyed of which 77 were propelled by sail and 36 by steam In addition 376 suffered damage Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery For CIcegrgl9 IA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It faUe Trial BoHIn fre POPULAR Cheap Excursion NiagaraTo Falls Thursday VIA AUI 17 1905 Big Four Route Only 1050 Round Trip From Louisville Toronto Ont Only 150 more than rate to Niagara Falls Alexandria BayN Y Thousand Islands Only 700 more than rate to Niagara Falls Montreal Quo Only 1065 more than rate to Niagara Falls Stopover allowed at 1Vestlels Jar sidetrip to CliautuiKjua Lake Tickets good returning twelve days including Into of sale Elegant trains of Pullman Sleeping Curd and Superb Day Coaches personally con ducted by representatives of the Rig Four who will look lifter the wants of passengers These excursions need no intr suction to the public timid the popularity of the Rig Four time natural route to Niagara Falls via Buffalo is well known Full information in pamphlet form curt be obtained from Big Four ticket ollice s j GATES GontutL- otflwIllc Ky W J IYNCH O P T A Cliiclnntitl O OpportunityWe in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe 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bdnentrntI to hUinro Cnllrrtlouii l tUr naclnronrlnu YANCY tfOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky Will prnrtlivliU pndiou In sill Hit rimrl i- iiblaandndJutnhigrnautlwnndIntInrtot Anpwtla A lii Noinrr Iulillr are nor rlft NnMonnl Hunk 60 YEARS ECPERIENCEV or tiGN- COPYRIGHTSIt Ac mlqaltlonittrtctlrronodtnlUI HAIDBOOK on ImtpencrturecurmffalentaIatnt T Ifietal notUt without chute la the Scientific flmcricaw A huidinmilr Illnitralcd wklr I rent eta ruUllon of n irtttiUOo juI Term II a nawdlrFNUNN of llrancb offlc ffit F 6U Wutilnnlon I Co JdrAwtjucirprrlahtrtcIN ALLCOUNTRIES nuulu JiMjIneit Jirrct vritk Hutiltgtoit laret tlmt ma ll y aitJeftt I i faetudvttfwriteOM VUta tnt ore Vilto4 SUtM heat OBn WASHINGTON D C ROUGH RIVc TELEPHONECOMPANY IIN l lafIka r l 11 The Rongh River Telephone Cur is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 conversation 15 miles 10 ets3r I miles 15cts 45 miles 15 cts c W A CHANDLER Gen iilpr- Hartford Ky J W OBANNON Local Mgr Beaver Dam Ky I ilstvh SuritF4 T 4 ee vr J i r S T a RIDER AGENTS WANTED No Money Requiredun- til you receive and approve of your bicycle We to anyone ltlJ on Ten Days FfffC Trial 24Ili06with Coaster Brakes and Punctureless Tires 12BustAny tnuAe or model y U want at one third usual price Choice of any standard tires and best equipment on all our bicycles Strongest guarantee Wo SNIP OH APPROVAL C O D to any DAYSFREE etarnoO NUT BUY a icycie until you line written for our DAU1N rFRIOC ANA mre THUL WIN Tires ourII PUNCTUREPROOF TIRES IMf M ttleIo H SO per pair I Ti Mfrndu- b willS 75YIDlaSaAMtfaNAtuTACKS i lErrpNf MME TIIUIlE tram PUNCTURES Result of lIS sears exper lenae In tire making I PINSNAILZTAOASorOLrSS Serious punctures Ilka Intentional cuts can be eu like any other tire 475 EASY HEALING FULLY PATENTS IMITATIONS Send for T thowlnr all kinds and mike of Urn at Ho pair and N also Coa ler llrakr IlulItUD Wheel and IllcrclwHundrlf at Half fitdpisNn- Uce the tblclc rubber tread A and puncture stripe li and U Thlt tire will outlttt tnr othrr mtkoPoft Eltttlc and Easy We will ship COD ON AtMOVM AND EXAMINATION tnlktul t mil Sp sit We will allow a a of i thereby making the price lUG per pair If you send tuHmmmh Tires to bo returned at our expense If Dot on W A MEAD CYCLE CO Dipt JL CHICAGO ILL OUR CLUBBING RATES TUB RKPUIHICAN and Ixmisville Homtd125J-m RKiiMiiicAX laid Iiuisvillu Daily Herald 250 fa THK llKitTiiiicAN and CourierJournal 150 TUB RKIUIIIIOAN nnd St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THK RKPUIIMCAN and Homo and 125 THK RFII1III IAN and Lippencotts and Coainoplitan 325 THK lUaumicAv and Twiccu Week O venyboro Inquirer 175 Tin IlKiUiuicAN nnd Daily Owonsboro Inquirer 370 TiiK IlKiUiuiuAX and TviceaWcek Oboix Met LMigvr 175 t a P80 1II The Modtfn dOle before Inch mealsill mAltflU heIstrong and well PANOLA bu no equal for Inillertuin Dt spep I Catarrh of the dead Throat Stomwch Rnwth Ltv nnn fadneT t 1 Ln Grippe and general debility Made by the IiKTCHfiKUi PHAR I R A MACAL Co Inc For sale by v J J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky j wwwwyww st- f M W W DO YOU WANTA Position that will you from 500 to 5000 a year +N tII 0 That is our graduates are dcmaiul ing fin their work We give the of 4 training that counts from the start Increase Your Salary By taking a in the OWKNSBORO HUS1 NESS U N 1 VERS1T begins Sept 4th Write todny Address it Owensbor Busines Univerity Owensboro Kentucky was l1LiiJWff1lMaIlYJmlrUilT11lrJUT Jm30 J Southern Railway Tartest ant Fastest Lines T418U1r- Lexington ani Louisville ro- a 1 outs killa West1- FTwo trains daily as follows pave Lexington 610 a m Lou a m arrive at St Louis i12 p m Carrying vestibulod I ooaches and Cafe Observatiml Parlor Car Meals a la carte through without cange heave Lexington 530 p in Lou aville 1015 p m arrive at St Lou S 132 am carrying free reclin ng chair cars and Pullman sleeper trough without change Reserve Sleeping Car at 111 fristMainSt Lexington Ky 234 ourthAve Louisville Kyor plop Depots Firstclass typewriter aper for sale at this of ce cheap I RIDING STRONG tUMBLE SELF COVERED by BEWARE OF Cittlorue Riding daIdwNArdr satUfactory eitmlnttlon Farm tonics pay what kind course Term berths BEST FOR THE- BOWELS If Ten hnnt rtcnltr txalthr tnownent ef the bowels trtrrdir youre 111 or 111 b Keep rout bovtli open mod be well Force M of ttoleot or pill potsoo It daarerom The imoothtit MiUit mot perfect WJ of keeping the bowls CUmr and do Ii to take CANDY L CATHARTIC tt EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant r lttblt Potent Tads Oood Do Good Never Blcken Weaken or Orlpei ID H end H rents per box Write tor free sample end took let on health Address 41- 1Stirling Remedy Companr Chicago or New York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Nasal CATARRHIn should be tltanllnoi Elf a Cream Balm cteanitfBoothee and heal the diseased membrane It cure catarrh and drive away a cold la the head oulckJY puadllOTer tliti or by mill Trial Size 10 cent by mall I SI BUOTHERS 93 Warren Street New York MORE FISH YARNS Trout Jumped Into Boiling Spring and Were Cooked for Anglers ICblfogo Chronicle Speaking of fish said Turner as he knocked the ashes out of his pipe reminds me of the time when the fish were so plentiful that you didnt even have to put in a hook for them Why one time when I was fishing on the Fox River in Wiscon sin the fellow who was with me in the boat suddenly said I have him and reaching in the water he grabbed a threepound black bass with his hand and threw him into the boatOh thats nothing said Moore One time I was camping on the bank of a small trout stream in Col orado The fish were so plenty that the sport of catching them grew tame because there was no trick in it atall There were two of us and we had been out after bear all day but not a sign of bruin was visible and we returned to camp hun gry and tired We built a fire put over the frying pan with some lard in it and were just about to put in a fish which we had cleaned in the morning when we saw a fox dash out of the woods and make for the timber on the other side of the clear ingeWe both grabbed our guns and ran in pursuit but he was lost sight of in an instant and we returned to camp But the funny part of it was that while we were gone a fish had leaped out of the water into our frying pan and was cooked to a turn when we arrived Moore deftly dodged a sofa pillow and then Johnson spoke Speaking of cooking fish reminds me of the way we used to cook em when I was out in the Yellowstone You know they frequently have out there an icecold trout stream on one side of a hill and a boiling hot spring on the other When we want ed some fish to eat we just went down to one of those hills with a rod and tackle We would throw the fly into the cold spring and in less time than it takes to tell it a big trout would be on the hook Then we would fling the line with the fish on it over into the hot spring and in about 10 minutes that trout was boiled to a turn But here the meeting broke up 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 from Witch Hazel that is a specifice for Piles For blind bleeding itch ing and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruised and all skin dis eases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWittsthe genuine Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Robin Kills an Adder In a vigorous battle between n robin and an adder 14 inches long the bird killed the snake The fight took place in the garden of George- S Johnes in Leominster Mass and was seen by John A Hannisand oth ers who were attracted to the scene by the calls of the birds which had collected in the trees to urge on READ THIS Bowling Green Ky Jan 121904 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir We have been selling your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for years and can reccommcnd it to any one suffering with any kid ney 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 kidneys anti 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 mentioned Sold by all druggistsI Dr E W Hall sole PO box 629 office Street St Louis Mo I their plucky mate The robin had a nest of little ones in an apple tree near the garden When the snake wriggledacross the field toward the tree the bird swooped down and at tacked it vigorously with claws and bill aiming its attacks at the head of the adder which spat anti hissed but was soon put out of the battle Not however on the first round as it gradually came on after the robin and left it and began to move The bird Discovered the motion and flew again at the snake not leaving it un til it was dead Can You Eat J B Taylor a prominent mer chant of Chri man Tex says I could not eat because of a weak stomach I lostall strength and ran down tn weight All the money could do was done but all hope of recov eryvanished Hearing of some wonderful cures effected by use of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure I cocluded to try it The first bottle benefitted me and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Ko dol Dyspepsia cure digests what you eat andcures Sold by Z Wayne Gri fin Bro Cut The Weeds When Tennyson wrote Come in to the Garden Maude he had never contemplated the weeds that have grown in our gardens and on farms this summer as the result of frequent rains The oldest inhabitant and the youngest farmer agreed that the mind of man summeth not when weeds were so plentiful and large at this seasons crop and the man who lets the weeds grow unmolested will find himself and family not only with a couple of weeks on hand but a case of malaria or typhoid fever or hay fever which is said to be the result of inhaling the pollen of ragweedgold enrod and other weeds that irritate the mucuous membrane of the nose throat and lungs Exterminate the weeds and reduce to a minimum the liability to these dread diseases Best For Children Mothers be careful of the health of your Children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop them in timeOne Minute Cough Cure is the best reme dy Harmless and pleasant Contains no opiates Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro- Artesian Well Spouts Fish E J Sims a farmer in the western part of Otter Tail County this state got a big surprise when he sank a well in his meadow a few day ago There are artesian wells all over that locality but Farmer Sims got not onlywater but seven tons of fish from his Evidentally the bore tapped an underground lake for the water gushed out in great volume scatteringwriggling finny things all over the farm Already Sims has removed and buried five wagon load of the fish They are all about four inches in length and have no eyes Mrs Sims cooked several of them butjfound them to be almost tasteless Strikes Hidden Rocks When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of consumption 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 coughs and colds Guaranteed atZ Wayne Griffin Bro drug store price fiOc and 100 Trial bottle free Those Corn Crops Kansas Man Let me tell you what ve did The other day we went out to the cornfield and found where an old rat had built a nest in a corn shock We pulled the shock down and took out a bushel of shelledcorn besides her nest- Oklahoma ManThats nothin Are went out in the cornfield the other day and heard the dogs bark and when we got to him he had aI coon treed up a cornstalk We i chopped the stalk down and took five young coons and their mammy of the shuck I out CAronX4Ilam lbeItSklad Yn HDI Alaats BoufltI I6Ipahre + tt A4q4 tL3 f CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Couch Sjrrup Tutu Good Use In time Sold by dnittlMt STRONG Again Ilwbat Mrs Lucy StoYaHofTiltonaa sold aftertaking- Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds ofothsrwaak women being restored perfect bMUhbythlsnm ody YOU may wsll you will take Indigestion cants Marly sick ntii that wome hart deprives system nourish mint end rho dsllcatt organs psculkr women suffsr wtakin and become dissassd Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs digest and assimilate the whole food that maybe eaten nourishes j the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belehinghtartburn and stomach disorders Digests What You Eat IlulttlasllaanfI UMM M k U the irt l Sr Hat all I I an f to I if be k 1 all the a It th of U to all of oml It all Prepared r 0011 urT IKOJltI NOId by Z WAYNE GRIFFIN nlmrn Ii Ww Rules ANNOUNCED VIA Southern Railway Extremely low rates are announc ed via the Southern Railway from Louisville for the following special Occasions 2925 Denver Colorado Springsand Pueblo Coland return August 11 12 and 13 account Fraternal Order of Eagles 2300 Denver ColoradoSpringsand Pueblo Col and return August 29 to Sept 2 inclusive account National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic 1585 Athens Ga and return July 1 8 and 15 account Athens Summer School 665 Chattanooga Tenn andre turn September 16 17 and 18 account Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of Chicka- mauga 6150 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 on account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 7250 Portland Ore and return going or returnining via San Francisco and Los Angeles frequent dates during June July August and September account Lewis and Clark Centennial Ex position 6650 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and return August 3 to 14 inclusive 7250 San Francisco Los Angelesor San Diego Cal and return Frequent dates during June July August and September Cheap homeseekers tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points July 4th and 18th August 1 and 15 Sep tember 5 and 19 Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Rail way Stations For full information folders schedules etc Address- A R Cook G P T A 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky C H Hungerford 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B Allen A G P A St Louis Mo W H Taylor G P A Washing ton D C lAyers Pills Want your moustache or beard abeantlfal brtwn rrich black Use Cumberland TELEPHONEAND j Telegraph CoiIncorporated TaeteB nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and place ol business My builnesH bas Increased and my wifes voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition AtE PATH Manr Ohio County Circuit Court TF Blrkbesd Jidge DenD KlngoAttorney T II Black Jailer Ed 0 Barraae Clerk Frank L Felix Mater Com mlialoner Y L Mo ley Trnite Jury Fond Oa P Keown Hherlff llartfoitt Deputy Sheriff C Keown Clarence Keown Jo H Roberta Nam Kown ConrtconTene llntMoa day In March and Augot and continue three weektand third Monday In May and November two week Connty Court J I Miller Judge 1 118 flag and Clerk W H flames Attorney Hartford JTCourt conrenee lint Monday In each month MondaytoCourt of Claim Conrenee ant Monday In Jar nary Tuesday alter second Monday In October Other Officers J H Wood Bnrreyor Ceralra frank Lowe Aueaor usda James DeWeeee School Superintendent Hartford Den L Davis Coroner Sulphur Spring Tixattcsm Cevurts D F Hudson Bearer Dam Febrnary 18 Ma I18 Anguit 11 November 10 UeoV Martin Balietown February 12 May 14 August 20 November 12 JnoMOraham Narrow February 28 May 2 August 29 November U T A Kraut Fordtrllle January 1ft May 7 August 27 November a J A Kick Buford Febrnary 7 May t Aug net 12 NoTeinber 7 W A Rone Centertown February t May 11 Auguit 24 NoTembert D J Wilcox Rockport February 20 May t Angu t2i NoremberU- TCmrtford Fellco Covurt Jno II Wilson Judge C K Smith City At torney 8 r Barnett Manhal Court eon renen second Monday In eachnionth liariouB Bmrvlcmm M E Church Boa th tierrlcee third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p m and conSunday at 7 p m Prayer meetlngerery Wednes day evening Her WTMlller Pastor Baptist Church Serrlreeheld Saturday nigh before econd Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev J B Barnett pastor C I Church Servlree ant Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7pm Her J D liar ned paitor School Trnateee Ilartford Ja P Miller J Glenn H T Stevens U M llocker J U B Carson Jon C itlley- CltyCounrllfluwan Holbrook Mayor U A Anderson lark Dr H J Wedding W B Tine ey A C Taylor It1IfeeyrlaT J Morton Councilmen ecrt SoclaUvai A O D W mOlt lint and third Friday night In each month Hartford Lodge No 811 F4 AMaonsflrt Monday night la each month Hartford Tent So US Knight of the Marca bare every Thursday night Rough Hirer Lod No110 Knshl of Pytbla meetierery TsMday night Preiton Morton root No4 O A R hold red nlarmeetlngarlatnrdaybeforeflntSundaylnesrh month PromcUT obtained orno fee Write before apPI111Por TI LE TEItDt obtain PATENTS THATePAY and help Inren tort to enocne Send model photo or tketch and we tend IMMDIAT FREE RPOnT ON PAT ReatendU at BOBB07 7th SL WASHINGTON D C Thousands of Acres For SaleIat reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line olt- bIRON MOUNTAINROUTE In Southern Missourian Northern Arkansas moat direct line viaiST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS Through Pullman sleeping and Iria reclining chair cars llomeseehcr Excursions first and third Tuesdays of each month Desenptlreliterature maps pamphlets olden etc on application H C TOWNSEND StIl1 uruUkLt R TO TriTtliu MATTHEWSI IKeepBUCi INGNAMSDYEReua xy- 1YRleM k 1Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 RENDERI of Lu zerne was here last Wednesday Coroner Ben L Davis of Sulphur Springs was here last Wednesday J H Fielden was in Hartford last ThursdayW Kelley was in Centertown last Friday Messrs Simon Jones and E H Gwyn were in Hartford last Satur dayMrs Annie Hall returned to her home in Whitesville last Saturday after visiting her sister Mrs Ida Maddox for the past week Mrs A V Bennett left for Evansville Ind last Saturday where she will visit her sister Mrs W S Buch- ananl for the next two weeks- J H Brown Central City was here last Saturday Wm Fair and wife Hartford were the guests of McDowell Fail and family last Sunday Mr and Mrs Leslie Leach were in Beaver Dam last Sunday b R N Mitchell of Mercer was the guest of L Francis and family last SundayMr and Mrs Chas Roark of Echols were the guests of Mr and Mrs F E Harris yesterday- C K Reneer of Centertown was here on legal business yesterday There was an immense crowd of people here yesterday attending la bor day celebration it was estimated that there were 900 or 1000 people L here everything went off peaceably Miss Ada Snell returned to her home at Horton today Mrs S M Tilford Horse Branch is the guest of her son J W Til i fordMiss Amelia Southard of Prentis is visiting Miss Nellie Harris Mrs J H Brown Central City is the guest of Mrs H B Innis Miss Mary Peters Olaton is visit ing her brother B W Peters and sister Mrs F 0 Allen Mrs Chas Robinson is visiting in RosineMrs S E Lamastus of Deantield was the guest of Mrs M L Dowell today t You Should Arend the Southern Normal School Because it Has Established reputatidn unexcelled facilities magnificient buildings reasonable rates faculty of special ists modern methods splendid equipments moral surroundings thorough course large library com plete organization Christian student body healthy location fixed policy Catalog and full information sent on request Mention course wanted Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky CENTERTOWN Sept GMrs Mag Tichenor has moved to our town- J B Stogner and son Will have gone to Arkansas on some important businessWorth Tichenor and wife Liver more visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Will Eades of Greenville was a pleasant visitor here to friends last weekJ Shacklett Williams visited 1 C Warden Sunday and Monday Will Kelley and wife McIIenry spent several days last week herewith the family of L M Phipps D C Benton has returned to Louis ville after a short visit to his moth er Mrs Mary Benton- S 11 James has moved to the Bidwell faun near Matanxus J T Wallace and wife of Bcda T R Kinchelo and wife of Provi dence and Miss Mayb d Tichenor of Matanzas visited the familof H H Davis last week Mrs Aniiiu Rune Beaver Pam spent last Friday with Mrs 0 B Bosket H II Lewis idittd friends in Beavor Uiim iastSuhrt day and Sun day Ed Itendor Livonnure was here Monday on business Mr OPlynn and wife Utica are visiting E M Morton and family Our Street Fair was a very good Thing considering the rainy weather the most enjoyable part of the fair vas the show and drill of someof Mon to Cristo coltsthe best colts that it hits been our pleasure to see it C Ashby received first premium and Tim Bennett recnnu premium Let us have another fair and includesome agriculture products r Our brass Band is getting out ofI f M it ti The Celebrated Nebraska 0 INDIAN MI i CLUB- From Lincoln Nebraska Will Play a Ome of tease IBsuLl ab thet2I 9 FAIRr ytfi Hartford Kentucky I Slit sE With the Ohio County Teamm JAME VILE 13E CAJLBD AT 130 h M B C These Indians are the picked players from the Choctaw Chickasaw Cherokee Snake Flathead Mohawk and Crow Nations They are the genuine aboriginees and besides seeing a great game of ball ytfu will see a type of people who inhabited this country before our fore fathers did ADMISSION 25 CENTS sight on good music Sunday school and prayer melting is doing a grand work Bro Boggess preached for us Sun day it was one of the best sermons that we ever heard I Notice The Farmers Club will meet at the court house in Hartford next Saturday September 9 at one oclock p m The public in general is invited to attend and participate at this meeting Discussions will bt rendered on wheat sowing grass seeding and development of our bot tom landsS STEVENS President ALVIS B TICHENOR Secretary Japans New Island Will Japans new island thnt ap peared recently from the depths of the sea endure Scientists have been asking this question Graham island popped up in much the same way in the Mediterranean sea in 1831 and was at once decorated with an English flag But the ac tion of the waves demolished tho island in n short time On the other hand the island of Bojroslotl in the taring ten appeared with equal suddenness in 1705 and together with n second island formed in 1883 ins stood the test of time to tho uroeit lay OppositLr Nature IIIIK provided exactly opposite laws for the governing of mental ami physical pleasures The Hum you study philosophy the wore you like it The mon eliiifkeil you eat the less you like it NY Times The Renewal a Strain Vacation is over Again the schoo tell rings at morning and at noon again with tens of thousands the hardest kind of work has begun th renewal which is a mental and phy sical strain to all except the rugged The little girl that mostI days ago had roses in her and the little boy whose lips were then BO red you would have insisted that they had been kissed by straw berries have already lost some thing of the appearance of health Nov is a time when many children should be given a tonic which may avert much serious trouble and we know of no other so highly to be recommended Hoods Sarsaparilla which strengthens the nerves perfects digestion and assimilation and aids mental development by building up the whole system HERBERTIl Sept IiByron Petty and family of McIIenry visited relatives at this place last week Steritt Haynes and family of Ow ensboro vitited Oscar Haynes Wed nesdayW Skinner visited relatives near Patesville Thursday FrttI Bruner left Saturday for Sorgho where he has been employed- to torch the fall school Rev R T Bruner of Owensboro filled his monthly appointment at i this place Saturday and Sunday Mesdames E W Lyons and S G MidkilT visited Miss Rosa Early near i St Lamence Monday i Miss Etta Merl Taylor of Haynes l ville was the guest of Miss B Miller Sunday Emmet Haynes is dangerously ill at this writing j Mrs Charlie phillips of Walnjjt Grove p and Evans aJ rMilleJWednesday Mrs Wade Bartlett is the gut t of fret Father Mr Dave Mjller fSeveral from this place attended HawesIvilleROXEY Sept 6The singing school at Pleasant Hill is progresing nicely Sep Taylor and family St Louis Mo are visiting relatives in this communityTim Illinois is visiting Job Williams and friends at Rob Roy this week- Clime Davis visited relatives at Pleasant Hill Saturday night and I SundayJesse Hill Centertown visited William Parks and family Sunday Birt and George Davis are on the sick list Mrs Willie Shields spent the day with Mrs J H Davis last Sunday The bean hulling at Mrs J H Davis last Friday night was an en joyable affair U LOOK HERE j For sale iff leCorn Shredder and Engiri 4 eight hofE Dfcwepfjn good sharffe Pride 350 a v jl JvlIonJ luaxwhll 4j M i t Half RatesPl- us I 25 cents TO Indiana State Fair IndianapolisAnd Big Four Route Tickets sold Sept 9 to 151905 Return Limit Sept 18 1905 For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets limits etc call on Agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned- W J LYNCHGPTA Cincinnati O S G GATES G A- LouisvllleKV1 5000 4TELEGRAPH NEEDED Annually to till the new pool lion created by Itnllrnnd and Trlewapb Compnniwt We want YOUNG MEN and LADIES ol rood bnb Irk to LEARrt TELEGRAPHY AXE 55 IS AC CO33 T7XX7 Q i Wvforuliib 75 per cent of the orwrntnni mid Htntlon ARPDU In Arnwlca Oor1x school are tbolurttont exrlnMre Telegraph Scbnoln In the world itnl ll lied Ovruni rod endured lijr nil 3eiufing n4118 Olftclai Weeiwutea tZM llpod to every student to tornUh him or her H poiltlnn pnjlns Jrom ale totWa nionlli InHtatt uf tbaltockyUoon tnlnn or from 75 to Z 100 s month hr State west otthe ltocktfvinni JtfljUn srudunilnn I j- liiltIlii 51S o vi =tin tk g ant eel- sClnrlrrjlfrIngue hoor 0 l ra h j 9ICI tpIO tJale C Chose JCISCOfltJf4l Q An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and liar been making for the past decade of years naturally brings to the surface numerousschemes of the getrichquick M character that benefit only the promoters of such at ltInwith every legitimate business boom ing wages high work in abundance giving employment to all willing to earn and products of the farm bring ing best prices there is little or no excuse for orie not to join the army of 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