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I I n m t flhitz4f rJ tpnblican Fine Job Work a Specialty IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND IT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a YearI VOL XVIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 6 1906 No 38 COMPANY ORGANllEO Green River Coal and Mining Co ElectsJOfficers r Committee of Stockholders to- go Over the Ground to Make Inspection The stockholders of the Green River Coal and Mining Company anew West Virginia corporation which will operate a gigantic Coal mine on Green River near Rachester this county mention of which oppeared exclusively in these columns several weeks ago organized Thursday March 23 at Pnrkesburg West Virgi nia by electing the following of ficers President C H Shattuck Vice President Lysander Dudley Secretary J W Dudley jr Treasurer J II Grogg The board of directors who are all ShatS zard U D Stout Gordon C Enoch J M Dare Jessie L Cramer WII Wolf J H Grogg L Dudley J W Dudley jr and E M Gilkeson of Parkesburg West Virginia Dr A- Il James of Penrod Ky lion Warner U Grider Bowling Green Ky and E L Morgan of Friendly West Virginia Others who arc char ter members are G G Brown of Jackson Ky Clay Taylor of Rochcs tar Ky andW F Harvey of Char leston W Va A T Smith of Fri endly W Va W J Shingleton of Parkeaburg W Va The stockholders at their meeting passel a resolution recommending that a committee take immediate steps to examine the coal property now held under contract in Ohio and Muhlenberg counties in Kentucky The board will act on this recommen dation in the near future and pay the property a visit The date fixed litupon for the inspection trip is April If the property is accepted on this visit it will be purchased at once by the company and they will proceed to arrange to operate it on a new system The board will arrange if the property is purchased to develop an out put of 10000 tons of coal daily Parkersburg will be the principal place of business for the con cern The capital stock of th com pany is 1500000 This list of business men and capi talists says the ParksburgNcws in itself is ample insurance that the company means business and that it is acting on business lines As soon as the property is taken over the company will begin operations C H Shattuck the newly elected President of the company is already President of the Citizens National Bank one of the largest financial in stitutions in Parkersburg President of the Parkersburg Marietta and In 4 ter urban Railroad and heavily interested in a number of other big con cerns As an executive officer he has few peers Clay Taylor is a large owner of coal mines and farm lands and is a prominent citizen of Ohio County Kentucky of which county his bro ther S C Taylor was sheriff for one termDr A D James of Penrod Ky has served two terms in the lower branch of the legislature of his state one term in the State Senate and has just retired from the office of the United States Marshal for the State of Kentucky which office he held for eight years having received his ap pointment from President McKinley He is now being urged to run for the nomination for Congress and is n large owner of coal farming land in addition to which he is a firm friend of the L and N Railroad He is now his energies to the the- mineralresourcesof Western Ken tucky especially of its coal fields Hon Warner U Grider of Bowl ing Green Ky has for a number of i yearsdevoted a great deal of time a rgy to brings about the proper development of the coal fields J along Green River and has been j I SOME OF THE HISTORIC SCENES WHICH WILL BE VIEWED BY THE SEVEN SCHOOL BOYS WE ARE GOING TO TAKE TO THE MAMMOTH CAVE THIS FALL J f1WiJ QJ B mpr1JJ1PEDOIU1Tr1ND1n EtP01YojTCFJIlBR LOCI Jv I QI n prominently connected with the Green River Mining Manufacturing and Transportation Company and is a polished gentleman of high honor I Church Notice I The next quarterly meeting for the Hartford Circuit will be held at Beaver Dam bcgining on the 5th Sunday April 29th and continuing over the 1st Sunday in May Rev John W Lewis D D the presiding elder will remain over to assist his Brother The Quarterly Commun i ion will be held Sunday evening at 730 oclock The Quarterly Confer ence will be held on Monday after noon at 2 oclock instead of Satur day The official brethern will please note these changes from the time an nounced in the central methodist JAMES A LEWIS Pastor I FIRST POOLING WOtitftftP- Checks Going out for Tobacco at IPleases I The Owensboro Messengs says A few more days and all business connected with the first pool of to bacco made b the A S of E in finishedhouse ers and are now being distribuut I cd Work at this house Was delayed for several days beyond that at the I Turpin Wood house by some slight hitch in balancing the accounts The amount of money distributed from this house was 28000 Results to the two houses were practically the same and the grow ers who had tobacco in the Thomson express themselves as entirely satis fied with the results The loss in weight in redrying was twelve and six tenths per cent Members of the finance committee which has charge of tne sales as well as of financing the movement are jubilant over having demonstrated the possibilities of the pooling plan while those who pooled are equally well pleased with the proceeds of their tobacco At all of the Equity warehouses receipts have been very heavy for several days past S B Lee one of the graders says that the only danger now is that tobacco in bulk may be somewhat damaged on account of the warm weather He advises extreme care in bulking toi tobacco License to Wed I The following permits to wed have been granted by County Clerk W S Tin lcy since our last issue Albert Oiler Beaver Dam age 23 to Lillie Elmore Hartford age 27 N T Travis Hartford age 20 to Katie Trogden Beda age 15 Robert Durham Centertown age 21 to Myrtio Rcnecr Centertown age 18 G W Brewer Skilesville age 22 to Emma Campfield Wysox age 21 R S Trabue Renfrow age 21 to Lou Leach White Run age 23 Geo Datson Horse Branch age 28 toI Sallie Taylor Horse Branch ago 18 tA i 37sSrku U u SHORTAGE URGED Against Cashier of Stanley Deposit BankI Cashier Neel Accused of Using 9300 Belonging to Institution Owensboro Ky April 2Estill- W Neel until last Monday cashier of the Stanley Deposit Bank was ar rested this afternoon by Sheriff Harl on a warrant sworn out by Vice President Hill of the Stanley Bank He is charged with convert ing to his own use money belonging to the bank Nee ww rrectedintheJohbX fit the Rudd House He has not given bond up to a late hour tonight His bond was fixed at 3000 Vice President Hill stated tonight that Neel promised the officers of the bank on Saturday that he would deed to them a half interest in one hundred acres of land to cover a portion of his alleged shortage of 9300 It is said that today the officers of the bank learned that this morning Neel made a deed to the Fourth Street Bank in Owens inIstitutionhe had given on a Morgantown bank and which had been returned mark ed no funds Neel held 5600 worth of stock in the Stanley Bank and he is said to have turned it over to the National Deposit Bank to cover a 4400 loan It is believed that when a thorough investigation is made of the affairs of the bank that it will show up many new and novel banking meth odsThe attitude of Neel throughout the entire affair has been quite a mystery to those who have watched his movements To see him going about the streets and in the hotel candlIdatehandshaking politician He greets one with a pleasant smile and says that lie never felt better in his life p Franchise for Electric Plant and Waterworks- Thd City Council at its rogular meeting Wednesday evening passed an ordinance providing for sale of franchise granting right to erect a power plant and a water works sys tem in Hartford The original draft of ordinance was so amended at the suggestion of the City Attor neythat it is not probable any person fmnchise1Itmay fix rates and compel the owners of the franchise to place wires under the ground In a town the size of Hartford where it is a questionable venture anyway from a financial stand point it is necessary to coax capital to invest rather than ham per with doubtful restrictions The i Council no doubt intended to protect I the citizens but in the attempt wet believe the tendency will be to keep away capital It will be useless tIJ restrict a concern to fair rates whIchunder the restrictions will never exist Court House Chat Every Sabbath the churches in this town take up a collection fox the heaten of foreign lands and the good women of our little city hold weekly meetings of the church missionary societies in order to al deviate the misery of those across the seas In attending these meetings they pass within less than 100 feet of a bodof men and some times of women who are incarc rat ed in the Ohio county jail Men whc are confined to dark dingy and cold cells and some of whom have beer so confined for more than a year are without exercise or an y mesngroJT exercise woutrecreai3lltrecrea tion ofcany means of recreation cu off from human sympathy or an hope of human sympathy And i the bright Sabbath sunshine the welidressedchurch goer passes b o on the other side in order t worship the God who sought out thE sinfuland extended His hand tc fallenOh it is pitiful Near the whole city full Friends they have none We may all hope for charity and kindness after we are dead Bu while the brain throbs with power and yearnings for recognition make haste and oppress it with your con demnation or ridicule while the ear can gladden with the word oi kindness make it carry the eold note of indifference or the rasping sound of hate While the heart beats warmly and passionotely bruise It After a while it will cease beating the brain cease planing and the eat become indifferent to praise oi blameand then we will find excuses and grant forgiveness io Meeting of the Harttord Commer cial Club The members of the Hartford Com mercial Club and all citizens of Hartfordand vicinity are requested to meetat the Herald office on Fri day the 6th day of April 1906 at 730 oclock pm to elect new officers as well as to attend to busi ness concerning and important to everY good citizen in Ohio county We may also fix a day for Home Coming of former citizens of the countywho have moved to other parts of the countryE FORD Pres JAS F CARSON Secy BUfORD April tMiss Verda Holbrook commenced her school at Anderson ville Monday Rosco King and wife Bells Run visited G W Jewell Saturday nigh- and Sunday SundayCharleyyCundilr tei MrsJlmGarrettQwcnsboro las week 5- HenryJ Fields Hartford visitei ip sl- t 1 his mother here last week II Mrs R R Cundiff who was quite sick the past week is able to be out again Mrs Joe Coleman who has been very sick the last two weeks is i thought tobe a little better IB F Graves Owen Magan and S W Bell delivered hogs at Beaver j Dam Tuesday Noble Hudson went to Owensboro today John Blair visited his son and wife I near Goshen Tuesday night TEN HOURS Nearer Sunrise Than the Far Away Philippines Writes For mer Ohio County Boy i Capiz Panay P I 8 p m Feb saja uvDoor editor and kind readersAxt I am now on 123 E and you 01 r 87 W you are just ten hoursnearer beingk8 p m you are a m or about time to rise and see the sunrise But with us moon light i- iniceras I I can read an ordinary book I of poems by its beams easily The light of the moon is our monthly holiday and laughter and pop guns fill the air- i Now the spring dry season is be ginning and streets are nice playing grounds of evenings Our provin cial election has just closed and a change in governors has resulted This province Capiz is about as large as four average counties of Kentucky It is divided into muni cipalities perhaps twenty One municipality of the first class has eighteen councillors one of the sec ond has fourteen several of the third have ten and the remainder of the fourth class have eight Each has one President and one Vice President The Vice President and Councillors elect the Governor They are elected with the President I by electors or voters who have certain qualifications so as to exclude the ignorant the lazy andI vicious Each municipality has also a treasurer civil service appointee J a justice of the peace appointed by Provincial Board and a Secretary j appointed by the President with concurrence of council So you may i see our system of government is somewhat different over herethough gradually changing from old Spanish forms to better American ones We may hope through patient instruc tion to increase the number and in I telligence of the voters and thus in time make a thorough representative government Patience kind I ness strength and intelligence of the highest types are necessary to do a thorough work I I wish to extend my kindest re to friends athome and best pape4Maythet bright as here Yours velvt lyT 1 JOHN C BARNARD p CAaJTORtAt Bond tIIfIt OPEN fOR BIDS Contractors Will Be Given Until April 23 To Compete for Construction of Hartford Madisonville and Eastern Railroad It has been learned definitely that plans and specifications have been sent out to various construction companies asking for bids to be re turned in Hartford not later than April 23 for building the Madison ville Hartford and Eastern railroad- It is unuerstood that the work will be undertaken by one company which in turn will sublet the contract to individuals or smaller com panies probably in distances as short as one mile It is understood that the contract will be i awarded in Hartford on the 23rd of this month and that General Head quarters of the Superintending En gineer will be here The new road will be about sixty miles in length and opens up a tine agricultural and mineral territory which also has some fine lime stone suitable for road building It will intersect the Irvington branch of the L H St L at Mitchell and use that roadvia Irvington into the Tenth street depot at Louisville The preliminary work looking to t the building of the road began about ten months ago and the work of surveying locating and securing right of way has been continuous About one year will see it in opera tionIt is not believed that the Illinois Central will be willing to surrender the business of Hartford and con tiguous territory without a strug gle Rumor has it that plans are I already contemplatedforaspwto I this place from some point on its line and that it will be in operation i before the other road is completed t7APCD- Burn the Tda Khd You Han Aways Beef Bl uta NOCREEK April 4L ML Ward H Ward Esten Williams and Loyd Brown went to Owensboro Monday with tobacco Mrs Jesse Foster visited J P Fosters family Monday Ben S Chamberlain and son went to Hartford Monday Several loads of tobacco were hauled to Beda this week from this neighborhoodBro filled his regular ap pointment this place Sunday He preached a fine sermen David Moreland and family visitedrHayden Webb and family Sunday Luther Lewis and family and J W Hudson and family visited Ben Chamberlain and family Sunday Lon Stevens and wife Rob Roy are visiting their sons Will and Ben Stevens this week W R Stevens baby is quite sick Wayne Pirtle who has been down with typhoid fever for some time is out again He went to Hartford MondayMrs P Foster who has been at the bedside of her son in the Pleas ant Hill neighborhood for about eight weeks will return home this week She will bring Arch and wife with her The A S of E met Saturday night with a large attendance We had several nice recitations which were spoken by the boys David Moreland and J P Foster went to Owensboro today to attend the tobacco growers association We do not know the exact objects of the meeting but we tnink there should be perfected a plan where by we could store our tobacco at home Obanon and Wilson are in our neighborhood and Heflin this week w at wotkohe telephone lines Quite aliuinber of our neighbors hayftrecefved their money for theiratobacco which was pooled at Owens boro lost year They are well satisfied with the s 1e i t- lI WITH PONY AND DOGS t Over the 1Country in Aimless Way Sleeps on the Ground and is Kept Warm by Pony and Dogs Born Near Paducah For the past month the papers of Central Kentucky have been spiced with accounts more or less true of a mysterious woman accompanied b n a pony and ten or fifteen dogs of more or less worth and beauty This woman has been described I to be of a very eccentric disposition and strange stories have been told of her strange actions One thing that added to the mystery that surrounded her was that she would tell little or nothing of herself what her mission was tray cling in the manner she had adopted and where she was going and es pecially just when she was going to move out of a given territory She has been traveling around with her pony and dogs refusing iI frequently to sleep in beds offered her and tading her nights rest in the open air on ground or in the stall with her pony and dogs At night she unrolls her blankets lays them on the ground wraps herself in them the pony lies down with his back against her while the dogs 3 pile up and keep her warm These animals have been trained to do this It is a strange kind of lodging quar I g ters to choose but it is a choice for the woman has the money to pay her way at the hotel but it is her choice and the state constitution nor the Statutes forbid her doing as she pleases in that respect At the several towns she has visit i ited she has refused to tell anything uSIingnobodys business When she arrived at Hodgensville she sent for a Her ald representative and stated that I see had concluded to give to the public enough of her life to show I that she was neither crazy nor a bad woman She is a small woman weighing probably 120 pounds has hair about six inches long was not well dressed wore a cap and her general appearance indicated that she has been exposed to the weather though she says she has not been sick for years Her conversation indicates that she is well educated and could have been refined She says that her name is Jean Audley and that she was born thirty four years ago near Paducah this State Her father was a man of welltodo circumstances but had a fondness for life on the bound less prarie and while she was but a little tot he moved to the West t When only six years of age she was taught to ride the ponies and she could go at a dash after the cattle on the plains She had been taught to love her dogs and she has a fond ness for the open air Often she says I have pulled my blanket off the horses back and made my bed on the plains with no roof over me but the skies For years it was sel dom that I ever slept in a bed I was a cowboy woman and I knew no other life I was not as other I women I cared nothing for the parlor or home comforts I wanted the open plains and my pony and I wanted nothing else But in no case did I ever lose sight of the fact that 1 was a character to protect and sus tain and no one can raise his finger ofaccusation against my virtue- I lived in the wild west my entire life with the exception of fourteen years spent in a college in the east where I obtained a good That over I went back to educationI to my old life For sen have made trips through Illinois Indiana anti Ohio for the purpose of selling Western ponies The peo pie there know me well It was a mere accident that I was nttached to Kentucky My sister WiuaiunIingr college in the Stale of New York She was graired last Ltie Afte a few weeks with her friends shei wrote me that she wanted me to join j her and make a trip with her on j ponies through the mountains of Kentucky She got off the train at Koanoke Va whWe 1 met her She j was as full of life us 1 luu with hap uy hearts we mount 1 our ponies and turned their heads toward the j Cumberland gap where it was the lifes desire of J ter to see the J ai famous pinacle which stands as a mighty guard to the three States which corner at its feet We left Roanoke and when about three miles from the town we got into a mob and we were fired at Our ponies were killed our dogs were slain two of the mob wtie killed I was shot through the arm and my sister was killed She Wa buried in a little cemetery and I proceeded on my way I traveled as I preferred not wishing to attract attention and certainly to do nobod any harm While in Central Kentucky I learned that the man whc killed my sister was in that localit and the desire to apprehend hi and have him arrested took possession of me and I stayed there Ion ger than I intended This led to thE silly rumor that I was a detective 1 have had enough of this km of life here but shall never chang my mode of living I shall go to m home at Paducah nurse my wounded arm and then go to the West again and get back into the elementt where nature and associations hays made me at home Danger From tho Plague Theres grave danger from th plague of Coughs and Colds that are DrItion Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Me writes lilts a Godsend to people living i climates where coughs and cold sprt vails I find it quickly ends them It prevents Pneumonia cures LaGripp gives wonderful relief in Asthm and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward of Con sumption Coughs and Colds 50c and 1 Guaranteed by Z Wayne Griffin fc Bros drug store Trial bottle free Woman In the Worlds Work Georgia club women support three model schools in the rural districts and have recently opened an industrial school for the mountain people of Habun Gap which is attracting the attention of educators in all parts of the county They also sup port an artcraftworker Miss Lyon who travels among the mountain people to teach the production of salable hand work They have pushed the traveling and circulating library movement until it is said there is not a rural school in the State which has not some library facilities R A woman is not a person according to the Supreme Court of New Brunswick This functionary recently refused to admit a woman to the bar The statutes declare that any person passing certain examina tion may be so admitted but the court held that a woman was not a person within the meaning of the lawIn Chicago the burden of carrying on the vacation schools long ago assumed by the School Board in New York still falls to the women who held them eight years ago Womens clubs of Chicago have contributed 25000 to this purpose since 1898 The School Board gave the use of the school hous last summer and ap propriated 5000 for teachers salaries the rest of the funds necessary being raised by the women Among the cities in whichwomen vote on all municipal affairs are London Manchester Birmingham Liverpool Edinburgh Glasgow Dublin Belfast Cork Ottawa Toronto Montreal Quebec Melbourne Brisbane Sydney Christiania Stockholm Denver Kansas City anda multitude of smaller ones Mrs Simon Kruse of Chicago who recently inherited 1000000 will build a home in Minneapolis Mimi for dependent women That city was selected because it was 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each of the 9000 inhabitants is priviledged to intotan The town is administered like any other In the country only that the judges policemen all ofiicialswork ing people even the soldiery are fe celebratedefar and wide for its beautiful gar I dens bles flowers fruits and vegeta thatieatni and allows the stomach to restre AItive organs to a full performance of their functions naturally Sold by- z Wayne Griffin Bro m T Value of Sunlit Homes Sunlight is natures most health giving scavenger A house without sunlight Id unhealthy and unsafe for human occupancy and it is necessary not only to have some sunlight but to have as much as posrible It theIif a house is square or rectangular and at least one side of the house is entirely beyond the reach of tie sunThe other three sides however can receive more or less direct sunlight and the problem of the plan is thus reduced to arranging the various rooms so that the amount of sunlight is adjustel to their uses and it j must be sunlight for mere light it self is not sufficient the rays of the sun have curative and cleansing pro perties that nothing else has It is generally admitted that a southern exposure is best fur all houses and should be obtained when ever possible It is immaterial whether the entrance be placed on this side so long as the rooms most I in use open into the house In dwellings of average size the en I trance front wall also be the front on which any important room opens but in large country houses the old distinction of a front and back to a I house has disappeared and instead i we have the entrance front and the garden front the service and ser vant quarters so long ash characteristic of the back of aI houseImay be relegated to the side placed in a wing that abuts Ion the entrance front In such cases must be well screened and its pur j pose thoroughly rdinatedIDont drug the cure a I cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the inflama tion out of the throat lungs bron i chial tubes heals soothes 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They have the light touch which makes for speed and attractive writing THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMPANY Syracuse N Y Branch Stores Everywhere lTBrnncli Office S34 West Fourth street Cincinnati Ohio I I I W r 1 = PO ir q u NOT OVER GALLON Of Liquor Can Be Taken to t Local Option Precinct So Provides a Bill Recently Pass ed By the Kentucky Legislature The recent Legislature passed the following law to regulate the carry ing movement delivering trans ferring or distributing of intoxicat ing liquors in local option districts Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of KentuckyIt be unlawful for any per son or persons individual or corpo ration public or private carrier to bring into transfer to other person or persons corporation or agont de countY1dishictwhere the sale of intoxicating liquor has been prohibited whether by special act of the General Assembly or by vote of the peeple under option law any spirituous vinous malt or other intoxicating liquors regard less of the name by which it may be called and this act shall apply tall packages of such intoxicating liquors whether broken or un brokenProvided individuals may bring into such districts upon their person or as their personal baggage and for their private use such liquors in quantity not to exceed one gallon and provided provisions of this act shall not apply to licensed physicians or druggiststo whom any public car rier may deliver such goods in un broken packages in quantity not to exceed five gallons at anyone timeEach package of such spiritous vinous malt or other intoxicating liquor regardless of the name by which it may be called whether of broken or unbroken packages btought into and transferred tooth- er person corporation carrier or agent delivered or distributed in such local option territory shall constitute a separate offense Any person or persons individual or corporation public or private carrier violating the provisions of this act shall be deemed guilty of violat ing the local option law and shall b- iN fined not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars for each offenseAnd the place of delivery of such liquors shall be held to be the place of sale provided further that the provisions of this act shall only apply to common carriers corporations firms or individuals who usually carry freight or goods for hire and other firms common carrier corpo rations or individuals who receive pay for conveying vinous malt or spiritous liquors shall be deemed violator of the provisions hereto And all laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed 100 toward 100 Thereaders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis ease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Curds taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giv ing the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in itsI curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that fails to cure Send for list of testi monialsAddress F J Cheney Co Tale do Ohio Sold by all druggists 75s Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Disagree as to Building Big Ships Washington March 29Sincethe decision of the House Committe on Naval Affairs to recommend an ap propriation of 600000 for the con struction of a battleship larger than any now afloat naval experts in Washington have begun heated dis cussion of the size of battleship which shows that Admiral Dewey is not supported by many naval officers in I his advocacy of a battleship greater than the 18000 battle n n e ti hl u Bad Stomach MakesBad You ran not make sweet butler III a foul uiirlcaii clown Tlio ytomuch servers a churn In which Ui ngltuto work up IJelllgdllftlIu slugglslliverTim I of Dr Ilcrcos Golden Medical Tllscovery nru just such ns best servo to correct ttnd euro all such do rangiincnts It Is miido without a drop of alcohol In Its composition them Icnlly trlplerellned belnl- used Instead of the commonly employed alcohol Now this dyccrluo Is a vulusihln medicine Inxtend of a debater ous nitwit lIke ulcuholrgxdally In the curo of weak stomach li y LIYIa and the Jrof1lnlerEllfllKWIKKl College Chlcngo says of It In ilyMNitsli It MTVCV an excellent put pose It Is oni of tlmlM t manufact ured product of the pivMiit tlmu In 1111 8lomlII1lolallgatlrltUlcatarrlial Inflammation of stomach It It a moot cflldunt nrvimrntlon llycirlne will rvllevi many CIIMIH of uyro l lieartl urnl and execs +tt ira Ills useful In chronic Intestinal drnlpnla oixrlally tlm Ualiilrnt variety and In e rtll II forms of chronic Nultlpatlout stimulating the secre tory out excretory functlonsof tlio Intestinal soil tIlulusttherightpnllortbnn Illuck Cliirryliark Queens rout UliKxI ruts und Maiidrakn root or the extracts of these as In Dr Ilercos Jolilen Medical Discovery tlero can Im no doubt of Its elllciicy In tilt euro of all stomach liver and Intestinal illsonliTsnnd derange JtienL Theso mivrrul limrcillents linvo thu strongest endorsement In all such twos of such eminent medical leaders as Prof It llartholow SL II of Jefferson Med ical Col I cue Chicago Irof Iloliart A Ham M H of Medical llvpnrtmcm 1nlviTliy o- IL Irof Laurenn lolinxon 1L II Mwllcal Ilrpartiiutit tlilverslly of Mew York Irof alwln M lIah M II lIhumaun lelleil- C1IrRaclIragu It John ll Wudder M1 and nIt Jolni Klnc 1L U Author of the American HUN alory and scores of other aniiinir the leadlnir medical men of our land Who can douht the curatlvo virtues of a medicine the Ingredients of which have llniflulllllfllludllfwmlntCu Plercel Ileaiant Iellet Ouo or two a dose ship Dreadnaught Naval constructors are agreed that an effective battleship with a displacement of 20000 tons or more can be constructed for the American navy but the advisability of authorI- zing one ship of this type at the present time and not making an eff ort to provide additional 16000 ton battleship to supplement the quota of smaller ships and thus making a desirable working unit out of them is questioned by many naval authorities A Young Mother at 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering from dyspepsia had entirely disabled her until six years ago when she began talking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her and restored the strength and activity she had in the prime of life writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Danfort Me Greatest restorative medicine on the globe Sets Stom achLiver and Kidneys rightpurifies the blood and cures Malaria Bilious ness and Weaknesses Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price 50c Guaran teed by Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Smell and Sauna Jean Libau was an old French cook who in his wondering stumbled upon a prosperous Maine town and decided to set up business in an old roadhouse which had been vacant for several months The Frenchman met with marked success but be ing of a rather miserly disposition he was much annoyed by a very ec entric and also saving neighbor who lived about a mile away This man had formed a habit of coming down twice a day to catch the spicy and wholesome odors wasted from Jeans kitchen and for many months he I claimed they kept him thriving aid heartyThis bothered Jean greatly and he brought the matter before the court When the case came up for trial the judge inquired of the defendant the amount of cash he had on his person and on receiving the reply A half a quarter and a dime requested that it be handed over to him After jumping the coin loudly in his hand for a moment Jiis honor asked the plaintiff whether in his opinion he had received justice and the cook answered that he had not Well said the judge Uhe smelled your dinner and youve heard the chink of his money and that is the nearest 1 can come to what is popularly known as the square deal in this case A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain if Bucklins Arnica Salve is applied promptly G J Welch Tekonsha Mich says I use it in my family for cuts sores and skin injuries and find it perfect Quickest Piles cure known Pest healing salve made 23c at Z Wayne Griffin Bro drug store I OABXORJAi Bears theThe Kind YoJ Haw Atoys foujft ai natrue 2 ZSfiPat d4 r F u SCALE Of1903 ADOPTED Kentucky Miners and Opera tors First to Agree Settlement Reached Without Clash and Reeult Means Ad vance of 555 Per Cent The Western Kentucky Coal Operators Association and the United Mine Workers Association and the United Mine Workers of District 23 were the first this year in the United States in all probability to sign a wage agreement in accordance with the resolution breaking the unit rule which was adopted last Friday in Indianapolis by the National Con vention of the United Mine Workers of America The wage scale of 1003 in full was adopted andan agree ment signed by the officers of the operators association and of the district miners union for a period of two years beginning April 1 and ending March 31 1908 at Louisville last Saturday The adoption of the 1903 scale over that of last year means a round advance of 555 percent to the miners Based on the output of coal in union mines of last year it means an outlay of over 800 000 to the coal operators of the dis trictNeither the operators nor the miners lost any time in hastening from Indianapolis after the adjourn ment of the national convention to get together and adopting the 1903 scale The joint convention was in session only the length of time that it would take to draw up an agree ment and adopt it according to par liamentary rules Both the miners and operators expressed themselves as highly pleased with the settlement of the wage scale so quickly and satisfactorily The adoption of the 1903 scale was all that the miners have been asking They asked for it last year but it was refused They asserted that the operators promised when they reduced the scale in 1904 that it wouldbe restor ed when the business justified it At the convention last year the miners asserted that the increase in the business and price of coal justified an advance last year but the operators refused The miners yielded but stated that nothing save a return to the 1903 scale would satisfy them this year The opera tors still assert that the business did not justify the increase but that they were willing to make concessions owing to the present conditions of affairs over the country Living indoors so much during the winter months creates a sort of a stuffy wantofozone condition in the blood and system generally Clean up and getready for spring Take n few Early Risers These famous little pills cleanse the liver stomach and bowls and give the blood a chance to purify itself They relieve headache sallow com plexion etc Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Why Plowing Kills the Bugs On most soils fall plowing gives best results for many reasons It lays the ground open to the acton of The Better Way The tissues of the throat are inflamedand irritated yoU- cough and there is more irrit- ationmorc coughing You take a cough mixture and it eases the irritationfor a while You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary 1 1 soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strength Thats how Scotts Emulsion deals with a sore throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL SEND YOU A SAMPLE FREE SCOTT C BOVINE nrLet the elements rendering fertility available loosening and fining the soiland destroying insects and vermin by exposing them to frost action over winter Another great advantage is that it enables the farmer to sow his grain much earlier than he otherwise could do if he had to do his plowing in the spring foi at the first thawing before plowing- Is possible he could sow his wheat and it will do very well in quite cold weather Besides if it should be i bug year hegains on them by plating and the grain is out of the way before the chinch bug becomes numerousThe of plowing is not sc important if care is taken t produce a firm seedbed with th surface three inches well pulverizec and finely prepared The harrow cannot be used too much for surfacE fitting for this crop The roller is i dangerous implement except or light sandy soils If used on heavj land it should generally precede sowing and at least one harrows follow it On fallplowed lands disking and harrowing in the sprinj is sufficient In Nebraska Kansas and Colorado most of the seed ii broadcasted and covered by disking with fairly satisfactory results Plowing may safely be omittec when the wheat follows corn 01 some clean cultivated crop but 01 grass land or where weeds or othei growths are prevalent it is best t plow to a depth of five inches turning under all green growth then pre pars with disk and steeltooth harrows Dont skimp the harrowing it is the important part Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr King New Life Pills They remove al poisonous germs from the systen and infuse new life and vigor cur sourstomach nausea headache dizziness and colic without griping o discomfort 25c Guaranteed b Z Wayne Griffin Bro druggist Notice A S of E Sectys Secretary of Local Union of thE A S of E of Ohio county wil please send me the number of members in your local send the numb of both regular and special member but have them seperated A posts card will do Also be sure to sent in your dues to county union whicl meets at Hartford April 6 and Insist that full delegation atten this Meeting it will bo a very impc tant meeting as delegates to Greenville to organize a state union wi be chosen and other matters o interest will beattended to Loci unions will be entitled to one dele gateat large and to an additianal d- Elegate for every 10 members or ma or fraction thereof The county wi be entitled to two delegates at larg and to an additional delegate fo every 100 members in the count so you see it is very important tin we get the number of members i each local Secretaries be prompt in makini your reports that we may push th eause of Equity into every settle of the countyM SHARP Secretary Nelsons Last Battle Orders Lord Nelsons original memorai dum to the ship commanders on th eve of the battle Trafalgar was r cently sold at 18000 at an aucti of Nelson souvenirs The documer is considered a masterpiece of il kind After giving his officers mi ute direstions the admiral rested n enterpise which meant so much f England upon good sense skill ai I the valor of the ship commander Said he Something must be left to chanc Nothing is sure in a sea fight the van of the enemy tack the cal Gain ships must run to leeward oft British fleet if the enemy wear tl British must place themselves b i tween the enemy and the captur and disabled British ships amI should the enemy close 1 have r I fear of the result In case signa can neither be seen nor perfectly UI derstood no captain can do vei wrong if he places his ship alongsic that of an enemy No provision was made for an thing but victory for Nelsons f varite comment on an impendir fight was There is no if about i We will win but wholl live to tc the story is another matter IJ won at Trafalgar but all that live to speak for Nelson was the batt memorandum penned the night b fore u Subscribe far Tim RKlUBUGAN rarlmtlsratu7emf mmmmoatl gnu CASTORIA 1 11 I l For Infants and Children The Kind You Have AgwayAcgetabicPrepanalionforAs ght slmfiatingtheloodandllcgula Bears t- Signature if r I Promotes DigestionChcerful ofI110TNA1tCOTIC 1docta takvixlZtV I IrcepFia Serf tGJJ SJiI I n 1tnrrJ- U SOApe Remedy forConsUp ca- I t rncssiFACSimile or NEW YORKThirty Years t b Dos wg11L =COPY Oi WRAPPER CASTOIiIllfwa OKtmWOII Ma aOaa om OUR CLUBBING RATESl a TilE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125-SS REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 TilE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 175ITHE REPUBLICAN and Lipponcotts and Cosmoplitan 325 TILE REPUBLICAN and rwicea Week 0wensboro Inquirer 175 I THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensbpro Inquirer 370 I TIrE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 s Address all orders to II THE REPUBLICANI 1 L A GREAT OFFER II On account of moving into new and larger quarters the f Owensboro Business University Will make the following great reduction in rates on just fifty scholarships Our regular rates for a single scholarship in either department is 45 Combined course of Bookkeeping 8000It a great spring enrollment we will e make the great sacrifice of 15 on the single course or 25 on r the combined course 3000Itn Further any one securing the sale of only five of these cash departmentTheseebutwill call your attention to the fact that only fifty will be n partIfbe placed on sale the 10th of this Month Terms cash Address IAMFISHEQUniversity Pros Kentucky 1 e yOII Hn n IJI y IAVt ITIt difference bcUeea Illttlnff inl Misting ll thftllf n elet eentnA nirMttnJulm rtteAtiu I s u Ihrilmliuul Gel a tiltS 10 r rty ri tf eiperieaccll behind fur bed amt IsrK ref PISTOLS SHOTGUNS ljjlo Trlccono lr11 L 1111 n rI tiuvcxsllnleeIMfntloe rile I A nlxen Fl Bttutlfai ttrree1er Alumtnm ltnrrtul be M 1Herto untie turn a aJ STEVENS AHM3 AND TOOL C- O1S0GuN IKCllicorrrUsAaurorLUCw t Il Tii1dIIe j CAN 100 per year in advance tw Low One Wa y Colonist Rater44Vl Big Four Route To CALIFORNIAWASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO MONTANA UTAH i end intermediate territory TIcUctM on Hula Mcli I to May IM IFor full information and particu to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigne- d1tlltllnlJiYXtl1ePATA I dlmltmutl Oblo 8JUTImiJOtnerallgrl f LoulirUle Ky j- rE t i 3 Hartford Republican r tuned blthe llnrtford inhllhlagCompenj- IwokrokaID t Eclloct LErILCI TO- t CunbrlncSHH3-i 4- 2Zoueh 211rHH N2 FRIDAY APRIL 6 1Examine the label on your paper if it is not correct notify us iiTHEHerald presists in keeping its readers in the dark concerning our new Legislative district GOVERNOR BECKHAM is said to have pronounced the late and un Legislature the best he 1lamented He meant to say the best has ever owned iheTilE Mayfield Monitor seems to be about the only Democratic paper the State except the Owensboro I with sufficient courage 1Infight the Beckham machine i Tins would be a splendid time for county to hold a good roads convention After a while the mud will dry and interest will lag as time for spring plowing comes I along IT is said the Democrats will hold a State primary next year Why go to the expense Just let Governor Beckham and Percy Haley write out the list of candidates and file with the Secretary of State our lead we note the Elizabethtown News is offering a free trip to the Mammoth Cave for young ladies of Hardin county We will be glad to have these people visit our Representative district HARTFORDS Commercial club has taken the initial step toward arranging for an Ohio county home coming Now let everybody lend a helping hand Attend the meet ing Friday night and encourage a good thing THE Louisville Herald has the fol lowing which is very applicable to Hartford just nowuA Jersey man who waltzed two hours without stopping is now in a hospital It takes several days skating without stopping to send some Kentuckians to cover n THE question of bonding Hart ford to finish our streets and put in sewerage system will be submitted to a vote this fall We are already in debt about 4000 for the work which has been done An issue of 20000 would finish the work give us good streets all over town and a lower tax rate could be made to meet expenses and interest on bonds DISPATCHES state that Governor Beckham allowed the new Legisla tire district bill to become a law without his signature presumably to evade the disgrace attached there to After signing the Board of Control Bill the act creating the eighth Court of Appeals Judge and the ones raising various salaries he need not have been at all particular ONE day last week this office was called by telephone to settle a dis pute at Central City over a statement made by a Republican there that Ohio Butler and Edmonson had l RcpresentaIthc position that it was too preposter i 0113 to believe Local Democratic I paper are careful not to inform theip readers of this outrage LOOK on your map of Kentucky o if you have none call at THE RE iH JCAN office and see our new- erl esentative district It is only 0iu county from the Ohio river one North and one from the Ten OB line an the South It joins H ton the Ixst and McLean on I 0 West It has A population inc three rountios of over 60000 N o more rowdies or contemptible ia of legislation was ever enact Ctl 7 8t now the Republicans of OwiiJwiro are rea0Inf the effects of iecUsr Dttivtocrai to office last No rvbr rpl nvnd everal DC ocitis of I 5v j t iidea on- fllc ticket for r imo The ion Ijayf the i h t J ran iy f and how I i V ii g of the t i l l Doch6t Ua L t- t n mti 1 officers selected by the council These things are discouraging to any party and the sooner the Re publicans in Kentucky get over the notion that they cannot win without burdening their ticket with a lot of disgruntled Democrats the sooner they will win UNDER the head of Tardy Jus tics the Owensboro Messenger Wednesday proceeds to convict Howard Powers Finley and Taylor without trial It says Howard and Powers should both be hanged and that many thousands in Kentucky sympathized with the assassin of Goebel After this vicious and un called for editorial from which one whodid not live among them would think in all these prosecutions the courts have been perfectly fair and even hindered and imposed upon the Messenger in the same issue delivers itself of the following It is becoming plainer and plainer each day that the judiciary of Kentucky must be divorced from politico The political judge is a stench in the nostrils of justice THE Hartford Heiald in this weeks issue acknowledges that the special committee was right when it gave out the indebtedness of the county as 2418246 January 1st It says in effect however that it be lieves the present Fiscal Court will be able to pay all of the indebted ness this year together with the eurrent expenses and have several thousand dollars left We hope this will be true and congratulate the Herald upon its faith in a Repub lican Fiscal Court However know ing as we do that the court is made up of highclass honorable men who will guard well the interests of the county in all things we fear they will be unable to pay out this year Anyway if they should be able to do as well as the Herald ex pects of them and pay all this in debtedness this year we know and the Herald knows at the end the ounty will have 2418246 less than it would have if it had been clear of debt January 11906 As BETWEEN the professional po litical reformer and the religious crank this country seems to have the worst of it just now For sev eral years John Alexander Dowie has been head of the Christian Catholic church in Zion near Chi cago He had attracted to his standard enough people to build a city in common of probably 20000 inhabitants Until a few days ago the inhabitants of this strange city to a man bowed to every whim of of Dowie the apostle Now all is changed Dowie has been shorn of his power He is a dethroned king Even the churchwhich he organized and of which he was the shining star so long has fired him out as a mem ber He has been stripped of all his property both personal and realand his wife and son have deserted him as a climax to his troubles In the message sent to Dowie informing him of the new situationhe is charg ed with extravagance misrepresen tations exaggerations tyranny and injustice Dowie is now in Mexico NARROWS Mr John P Johnson went to Moorehouse Mo Wednesday He will engage in carpenters work Mr J B Renfrow was in Owens boro Monday Rev T H Balmain and Messrs l Meet Clark and Willie Baker of iunnydale attended a meeting of the A S of E at Owensboro Thursday Miss Lou Green of Mil wood has j accepted a position as dress maker with A R Renfrow tC Cos DeI xirtmcnt store Messrs E G Kirby M F Sharp and John Graham went to Owens I roro Thursday to attend a district neeting of the American Society of quioty Mr Lon Phillips deeded Thursj day a plot of ground for a t the warehouse of the Equity arcI house oomynny Work on the ware hmr tvfl iln as noon on con tracts for did material can be placed Mr Asbury Harrison ie danger ously ill of chronic trouble Mrs John Cspeof MeHonry is visiting her sister Mrs Frank Graham Mr and Mrs Charlie Baker ofI Ieninll tire visiting Mrs Bakers parent Mr and Mr Joe Bewldy At R recent Kiie examination at thrie Ok io a certlfttateI to yractlee raML 1 vi1 ho vppt iilly from f ir sty made thlSj 141i ir 1 ROAD WORKING In Ohio Cou nty to be Done in Different Way after This YearI MOrning1has uary 1 1907 the public roads of tha county shall be worked by what is known as taxation system The road working will then probably be under the supervision of a road Sup ervisor appointed by the Fiscal Court and he will be required to give bond conditioned that the pub lic roads shall be kept free from obstruction in good condition for trav j elThere I will be no allotment of hands as heretofore The working will either be done on contract let to the lowest bidder or by hands and teams hired by the supervisor or by delinquent tax payers or by persons who have been sentenced to work out fines imposed by courts or juries or by two or more of these modes This step was taken by the Court on account of the FiscalI satisfactory result of the present system The change has been long desired by many and will no doubt meet the approval of most everyone Total Appropriations by the Legislature 50000 for two Normal Schools 500 traveling expenses of State Superintendent of schools 20000 kitchen and hospital at Feeblemided Institute 5000 State Historical Society 1500 State Superintendent of Public Printing 250000 to complete State Capitol HOdIgensvllle NationaljBank 1500 Kentucky Title Co 25000 State Geological Survey 2000 to Daniel Boone monument 20000 State Board of Agriculture Forestry and ImmigrationI 6600 Railrood Commissioners i 800 Governors private Secretary 68000 improvements at Frankfort penitentiary 6800 for Confederate Home sewers reservoirs etc 5000 for Kentucky Institute for Education of the Blind I 35000 improvements at Western Insane Asylum I 12500 for new laundry at Eastern Kentucky Insane Asylum I 1200 increase in Prison Commissioners salaries 1 14300 for Deaf and Dumb Institute SS700 for Board of Control j Total558495 j College News In the written examinations held I at the close of the third quarter the following sthudents led in their respective classes Arithmetic Joe Bennett Lawrence Gary Raymer Tinsley and Charlie Wilson Physics McDowell Fogle Analytic Geometry McDowell Fogle Grammer Law rence Gary Nora Overhults and Charlie Wilson tied Astronomy Mcdowell Fogle Advanced Algebra W S Taylor Plane Geometry Pearl Thomas Spelling Lawrence Gary Gen History Ross Bennett Civics Clarence Shown Rhetoric Ross Bennett Caesar Gola Cecil old J W Mark tied English Literature- W S Taylor Beginners Latin HoseoI Render U S History Elvis an arithmetic Sec 1 Connor Ford Grammar Sec 1 Mary Marks Civics Sec 1 Elementary Algebra Connor Ford- Teachers j report for the seventh month ending March 23 are r follows Primary enrollment 22 average daily attendance 20 tardies 5 Intermediate enrollment 45 aver age daily attendance 41 turdies G Collegiate Department enrollment 74 average daily attendee 60 ardies 11- There are 4is more weeks of ivsu lay school woi This w thenuwt important 13erio l of the whole year because during this time studies are omplotedthe years work rounded out and promotions made Pupils who drop out of school before thu close can not be given on the books full ereMt n the years work honce they en it 1L joomated 9eore pamH are vjrvej to hi itir te C jAmonJ Ia n Simmons and Myrtle Williams and Messrs Alonzo Sandefur and Fred MarlowThe Adelphian Literary Society gave their last open session of the school year last Friday evening In spite of the inclement weather a large and appreciative audience was present Especially enjoyable featu res of the programme were the im promptu debate by Harry Bennett and W S Taylor humorous dia logue by Jolin Bennett and Ross Bennett and instrumental and vocal musicby Misses Hettie Riley Mary Keown Cassie Riley and Pearl Thomas The society ochestra also rendered several goodselections The audience seemed to enjoy the programme FARMERS CLUB lias Interesting Meeting and Ren ders Splendid Program To Have Institute The Ohio county Farmers Club met at the Court House here Monday with probably fewer in number in attendance but with more enthusi asm than any previous meeting After preliminary matters were got ten by the progam was taken up Mr C L Woodward read a very interesting paper on the best plan to plant and manage an orchard He was followed by Mr Richard Stevens in a very timely talk on farming in general which was highly enjoyed by allMr John P Foster then led the dis cussion on the best culture of corn and pumpkins which was exhaustive and thorough and highly instructive Owing to the lateness of the hour part of the program was deferred to next meeting the time of which will be selected next Saturday by the committee to arrange date of next metingA consisting of the fol lowing namd gentlemen A B Tichenor C L Woodward J P Stevens J P Miller and E P Stevens was appointed to arrange time and place for holding a farmers institute in this county at some fu ture date at which time the Commissioner of Agriculture Herbert Vreeland will address the meeting RENDER April 3Carson Wilson of Ros me was here last Wednesday J H Fielden was in Hartford last WednesdayH of Louisville was here last Thursday Scott Smith was in Beaver Damon legal business last Friday- B F Garrett of Taylor Mines was here last Saturday Mesdames John S Spence R D Burton and McDowell Fair were in Beaver Dam last Saturday Will Laffoon went to St Charles last Sunday Messrs MeMo Liles and Otha Miller of Taylor Mines were here last Sunday Simon Jones was in Taylor Mines last Sunday I Ed Hurt of Beaver Dam washer last Sunday Mr and Mrs L Francis went to Does last Sunday Sam Jones of Louisville was here yesterdayEd of Cecilia was here yesterday- S B Fillmore and Mack Dowell yesterdayHugh was here yesterday Len McGavock of Cloverport was I here yesterday Moscow Taylor was in Hartford citorduy Miss Mary Peters of Olaton is the guest of her sinter Mrs F OIAllen Mrs M L Dowell is on the sic list Maggie Barrass and Lucy James 1 todayMrs Central City was here today Jacob Mcintyre of Taylor Mines was here today It REYNOLDS e April 3 Miaws Annie Royal Ellen Crawley t kited Mid Viral- Royal Monday evening iVIiiB Viva Royal vNituJ 1 raI A esterfied Thursday WIROJtI v- C Jane ROTO ar 4 dpnjrhter f8etUe wee the guests of Prof I HJM Royal and family Saturda I 8 M Royal aua uaQbtes n Peculiar to ItselfIn combination proportion and process Hoods Sarsaparilla is therefore Peculiar to Itself in merit sales andcures It is made from the best blood purifying alterative and tonic ingredients by such original and peculiar methods as to retain the full medicinal value of each and all The severest forms of scrofula salt rheum catarrhrheu matism dyspepsia and debility arc cured every day by Hoods SarsaparillaSold by druggists everywhere Buy it today l I SljKClAU To meet the wlnhet of thoee who prefer medicine In tablet form we are now putting up Howls Sursiparllln In choeoUteeoatet tablets as well ac In the uiual liquid form By reducing floods Sarsaparilla to n solid extract we hue retained In the- r tablets the curative properties of every medicinal Ingredient Sold by druggists or sent by malt 100 doses one dollar C1 Hood Co Lowell Mast 1Iit 1 T I WHeres tHe man or woman ethatwe ca- ntPleaset jItTheres a Big Show in Town t Its a Magnificert aggregation of 2itheworlds best tTheSign Over the Entrance Reads tCARSON SCO tYou hud better take in this show 6 Its worth seeing the display of the s Spring Suits Dress Goods Mens and Ladies Shoos and Oxfords tMens and Boys Hats Millinery Goods Notions Furnishing Goods Groceries Furniture Farming Im 2 piements everything kept in an untodate store It will interest every good dresser 4i t4 ft4r buyer of new Spring Fabrics a usT play worth Conning miles to see a 1 4 glad hand of welcome awaits every 4 E caller Be sure to take in this show + Admission nothing We are anx + iOtlS for you to visit us for your Zi spring purchases tCarson Si Co I INCORPORATED Hartford Kye 0 r c 115Iliss Viva visited relatives in Ow jTtssa u TBOlnrust Vote in Popularity Contest DoctorsBalow will bo found candidates I omlnated and vote cast fr each up =to noon yesterday in Tm Rtaunl1- AN trip If you are suffering from tuiity ontCstimpure blood thin blood de 1billty nervousness exhaus UI3TRICT NO Cecil Barnard Beaver Dam 30tlOn you should begin at once r + Darrell Sullenjfer Hartford 10with Ayer Sarsaparilla the DJBTBICT HO 2Sarsaparilla you have knownJ Johni Vallaee Rattiue 120all your life Your doctor D1TlICT NQ 3 knows it too Ask him about It n01Grawfo Otaton 10poinmuijnnlurtorl bmrbnlrmuluRlcad U l rand thusS4 prercullut the tivepnrlllnlrmn dolnR Id het ArasTalmoge ate Uur IUl Act gently DIIf tDtw66 1tIdotrvoAytci t 1Qas j 1II1A1o40t J Jrt1 Mortq 1eralcU lC 9l1m tCil 3h RttJ iil8nif Cai r c r rt ovJ tre arftJ J I q cnlt r VrW1r r yY V rF ke H Spring News X At Fairsn We certainly deeply appreciated the presence of so many ladies during our Spring Opening Their compliments and uttronagc were a soured of great satisfaction to us Wo have I bne our best to get the very latest in spring wear at the invitationIwo are Headquarters IDeeidedly Fairs Millinery the prettiest and most uptodate in town so the ladies declare The orders we are turning out since our opening mike us feel that wo have the correct Hats at the lowest prices To those who came on Saturday and to those who were deprived wo extend you an invitation to visit surly day assuring you it will bo a dolight to show you whether you buyor not When we combine stylo with prices the result is n88uredIFairs Easter Dress Goods p j horrid attract the attention of every lady in Hartford or vicinity We feel that wo have the very newest weaves in Woolens and Silks and we know our prices are too low forI competition to meet us For the above lino wo carry a com plete assortment of trimmings lining patterns etc besides competent salesladies to explain to you every detail in making Come direct to us and save worrying about what to get and how to make it potwearCertainly equip ped for Easter without having the latest in Footwear Our largo and varied stock makes Shoo buying comparatively easy You will find the lasts as well as materials of the la test makeup We shall bo pleased to have you call and let us show you our line get our prices etc Besides those specialties you will find at our storo a com plet3 assortment of Hosiery Ladies and Gents Neckwear L Bolts Collars etc in fact all that would mike you well L dressed for Easter Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 6 r 0 Illinois Contral RallroadTlmo Tablo fiord lloniiil Nimlh Itnttnt- No1ldne6lonm Soii In +lltlnm I NnllMniU Ot m Xnlnl iliio 24Sp m Nol03i1niIKi in SolM ilnrMNp lu f Fresh Fish at City Restaurant I Fresh Oysters at City Restaurant My My what good eating at City Restaurant My My steak meals fine at City RcstaUIantIMr V M pleasant caller Monday Dr S W Crowe Bedu wits ul pleasant caller Monday MivJ B Mitchell Olaton was aj pleasant caller Monday Mr Moscow Taylor Render wax a pleasant caller Monday I t Oh My do try that nice Fish atII I City Restaurant l No bones Tile newest things in millinery are at Long Coa1ennomy Store j See Fairs Lace Curtains tit 100 per pairthe regular 160 quality 0 I Mr James Cooper McIIcnry call ed o see us while In town Monday A 1011at Fairs Millinery means a IJ sale Prices mid styles irrosistable Yc r st have EfckT Jcckweir tit Govoi le F is have them jl I Try some of our Remnant Towl riff CARSON Co Esq Ben Chamberlain was a pleasant caller Tuesday For yard wide and two yard floor Oil Cloths call at Fairs Hon H P Taylor was in Louis illc several days this week See our new Spring Hats all shapes nd shades at Carson Cos Mr John Blair Buford called to CQ us while in town Tuesday Call on Carson Co for Mens nd Ladies Oxfords and ShoesI Visit Miss Lida Morton for Milli icry Goods CARSON Co Have you seen Fairs Slippers The most uptodate in Hartford Easter Suits and Hats for young ilcn are the latest Call and see them Ask to see our Lace Curtains forj only 5100 at Long Cos Economy j Store Prospects are bright for a Pythian Castle hall at Hartford in the near future Foe Scholarship in the Massey tusiness college of Loutuville call t Ten REMJBUCAX office I For Sowing Machine supplies of dl kinds call on or write to Gross Williams at City Restaurant I J Dont miss seeing our Umbrellas 250 values for 175 all colors at 1 Cos Economy Store j I fYmtrent of Linens ever shown in Hurtf t Long Cos EconomyStore 1c See our new Spring Suits doublo brett1lra cut in Black i ruts Iri ii ARROW Co i I Buy the American Lady Corsets at Fairs We are sole agents Mr J E Mitchell Dundee called to see us while in town Monday Fairs line of Mattings at 12Ac 20c and25c are the best in Hartford Mr W F Sandefur Manda call ed to see us while in town Monday Bring us your Chickens Eggs Feathers Hams andLardCARSON Co Esq C L Woodward Beaver Dam came to see us while here Monday Esq S H Render who is attend ing Fiscal Court called to see us Tuesday Messrs W A Owen and H A Owen Rosine called to see us while in town Monday The Millinery boom continues at Fairs Prices style and workman ship tell tho tale You will find the prettiest Val Laces and Embroideries at Fairs Call and see them Mr P A Moxley of the west Hartford neighborhood was a plea sant caller Monday Some big Easter Bargains in Fairs 5c and lOc Basement Call onus and save money Dont have to buyFairs want just show you their White Goods Fancy Lawns Organdies Etc C F Wallace Rosine made us a- very agreeable and pleasant call while in town Wednesday Esq W R Edge who is in town attending a call session of Fiscal court called to see us Tuesday Buy McCall Patterns at Fairs They are always the latest Price only lOc and loe None higher We have a nice lot of Silks 36inches wide Black Blue Green Gray at 100 per yard CARSON Co Esq W P Miller Horse Branch called and renewed his faith in TilE REPUBLICAN while here Wednesday u Mr J F Stowers of Eureka ndwaOJ the guest of friends in Hartfordand vicinity the first of the week Leave your laundryat Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry tftf Mrs Sarah Collins Smith will get you up something entirely new for In Easter Hat at Long Cos Economy Store The prettiest cheapest and most uptodate things in Millinery and Dress Goods are at Long Cos Economy Store i The latest and newest Dress Goods and Silks for spring are now ready for your inspection at Long Cos Economy Store You will find everything new and iptodate in ladies Belts and Col lars for Easter at Long Cos Economy Store Get on the inside of one of our nobby Gray Suits uptodate Shirts latest style Low Cuts Hat Collar and Tie and you will be fixed for Easter SundayILONG Cos Economy Store It costs nothing extra to vote for a school boy in our Mammoth Care popularity contest Every 100 paid on substription entitles you to ten votes for any boy whether he liaR been nominated or not u Hon Ben Johnston of Bardstown democratic candidate for Congress paid our office a pleasant visit while here this week Mr Johnson says ho has gotten all Democratic opRpat ton outof his way and to make sure fa sent in congress would prefer o have no Republican opponent i Mr Seth P Rannoy Cromwell was the first trustee to report tho census of his district to the Superin I sndent His district is No 20 Oak Grove and it reports 73 pupils this year Last year it reported 73 showing that hte pupils are at a standstill on the race suicide subI Kt p rMr F 0 Austin Beaver Dam vho recently purchased a franchise pantlr1l the city council of HartI mi to op rato a system of water orks met iedaysvithn committee ron1 ft ouuii composed of coun Imoii Simme man Dr Fondle ton liJ Fi foi he pui pose of ascertain nZ the number id location of fire rocs told of roe 1 1 Mr William Sdceters died at his home near Deanfield Wednesday af ter a lingering illness of consum ption Black Birkhead have received another fine Jack for the season of 1900 This one is from Tennessee and a very fine one For sale 150 acres of land within three miles of Hartford Abargain for cash Call on or address J P MILLER Hartford Ky 38tf Mis Florence Cobb who has been visiting the family of W B Render for the past three weeks returned to her home at Richmond Ky Sun day Mrs Mary 0 Hoover died at the home of her sisterinlaw Mrs Ralla Daniels Olaton Wednesday Her remains were interred at Olaton yesterday Mr and Mrs A C Taylor were the guests of Mrs Taylors mother Mrs M ALewis city last Saturday and Sunday Mr Taylor paid us a pleasant call while here Mrs Rosa Arbuckle wife of Leslie Arbuckle Sunnydale died at her home Tuesday night of pneu monia Tier remains were interred- at the Sunnydale cemetery Wednes day after funeral services conducted by Rev R J Brandon Mrs Arbuckle is survived by a husband and three children Mr Pirtlethe EastHart ford neighborhood received a tele gram Monday Morning announcing- the serious illness of his only sister Mrs Amelia Irving at Baten Rouge La He left for her bedside at 1 iclock P M Monday His son Dr J R Pirtle received a letter yester day stating that Mrs Irving was no i bettor The protracted meeting which began at Taylors Hall last Sunday is growing in interest each day Elder W B Wright is delivering some most excellent discourses and large crowds are enjoying the services Prof Leonard Daugherty of Louis vine is Jeading the singing He illustrates many of his songs with beautiful stereopticon views Messrs David Moreland and John P Foster Nocreek Warren Taylor Cromwell T H Belmain and ex Sheriff Cal P Keown Hartford M F Sharp Narrows Robert Clark SumiydaleJohn Oldham Shreye and C B Felix Olaton were among the Ohio county citizens who attended the district convention of the Amer ican Society of Equity which was held in Owensboro yesterday THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems The law making it a misdemeanor for an attorney to pay anyone to ob tain cases for him has been enforced for the first time in many years in New York The State Board of Equalization met in Frankfort Tuesday and took preliminary action on the assess ment of property in the counties of the seventh appellate district The strik in the coal fields of I Northern France has assumed serious proporions and unless the Govern ment takes an activo part in quelling the disturbances and bringing about in Understanding between the mine owners and the miners rioting un doubtedly will continue this week 0 As a result of a vote taken on mu nicipal ownership in Chicago Tuesday tint city can proceed to acquire and ontrul the street railways but can not overate them The proposition for municipal operation required GO j erceiit of the total voLiicaatinord er to be effective and it fell short of i the rcqui itcflrrcc fifths r GERALVO April lrMr Thomas Richardson lodm i 18 very sick nt his sons C R Ricliirdapn fowldaysMrs Mollie Humphrey has gone to j aduLaii Mr und Mrs Chqrlie 5pdmui Ric1ljlhjson are at the CrawfordI Mrs D YIttlth is on the sick ListDIi11 irfllner is visiting at S ice ancnfO i Vi Tiie Maddox Providence ipIJi vcek with her w 11- Jr n ft II 0 b I C9 Springilyii Is HereWe are ready to dress you from Head to foot in all itslatest fashions 5 j Spring S111 tbittPjqnow a larger line of Spring Suits than we ever had J J4 before It is a full and exclusive line of the famous = 4 Sterling Brand in Grays and other lutcy and Black ba 4i DoubleBreasted Patterns which are all the go this i AC ft A 6sFtRj where else for we feol sure that we have Suits which tfl fdesire= you an elegant line of SingleBreasted Suits bit 4 bit 4 bJ Spring Footwear J We have an exclusive line of Low Cut Shoes forE = men and women Patent Leathers in Lace or But = ton Gun Metal Calf Box Calf and Vicis They i- wj f are made for style comfort and to give good satis apA faction 4rtMo J Spring Hats b J We think our line of Spring Hats can not be sur = passed We show them in all styles and shades = We carry a full line of the Swan Brand of HatsU4 bit 4S bit = Spring Furnishings = = Something missed if you fail to see our swell line jj of Mens Shirts Neckties Collars Hose Suspenders J 5 Etc = 4 bit bit = We have a good selection of Mattings in various = = checks and figures at low prices = bb f4p Sam Bach 1 = Hartford Ky t- 1dBBiSB b g aq 3g 61E1 m RANDALL COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN When in Louisville isegS m 1 EUROPEAN HOTEL t 2i1mCorno Second and Jeflerson Streets mCOLLINS GRIFFIN Props S v E B 85B l21B tc i elieet n vvvvvvvv vvv vvv v vvvv +vv v v+v v i RK FHARTF 1 ICO1 1 U1KATh171h1H dy1 h Capital Stock S4OOQOOO Surplus 12 00000 Stockholders AcMIl Liability 4OOOOOO j Securety to Depositors 92 OOOOO S J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE Casli rtH P TAYLOR V Prcst R HOLBROOK Asst 1 i J W FonDH HOLl1tIl tH Dire trs JoCTnoaitsoS44o t A Oo1 + a3u 1 u n VR F P IfLLLLff 0 1 rfJSatA4 fl a i Ci i YYl w3 n r FAITH IN SNAKES TO CURE All Sorts of Queer Requests Made to the Reptile DealerOne Man Wants Liver The man who makes a living buying selling and exhibiting Biialccs was looking over his correspondence Theres nothing over which people are BO Iiystcr Vhul superstitious and ignorant HH miiikes lie grunted Id just like to get hold of the fellow who originated the idea that there wag healing virtue in a snake The snake man picked out no envelope from his morning mail This correspondent wants to be cured of rheumatism he said Just listen I want to get hold of a nice healthy snakes liver 1 have had the rheumatism for of years and I have read about a man who was cured by swallow ing a shakes liver If a snakes liver will cure me I unf ready to swallow two or three of them It you are willing to dispose of half a dozen livers at a reasonable price I am ready to buy them I have had numberless de mands for snakes hearts to cure all sorts of diseases Heres 4 fellow wants one to cure consump ties Seekers after health are not the only people who write to me Heres u Chicago woman who wants me to send her a cunning browulmfilIiIlmake a sensation at a fancy ball and is going to wear drcssI tume to match the snake or souse I such thing She says she is going to twine it around her wrist like I u bracelet and then have fun illIItie Massachusetts town writes mo j to send him a snake that does not exist lit practically asks for al rattlesnake without rattles Lisl ten to his description I am in want of two serpents The ones I have in mind are about two thirds grown with black heady i and white bellies They run out their stings without opening their mouths and they have a llttlo1 round hole in front of their mouth through which they run out their stingers and tongues Their eyes j are black like bends and grit h1butalso have a long leaked tail r will pay 2fiU each for them There acre plenty in New hump shire but few in this state I want them alive and uninjured The request for snakes to rid n place of rats is a sensible one for rats will scurry out of a house where they see a serpent and never come back I have often rented my snakes out for such a purpose If it were possible to permit the hull snakes to run till streets they would settle tin gypsy sloth problem in no time Theyd clear tin trees of gypsy moths in a twinkling j BURIED HIGH IN THE AIR Tomb in English Churchyard Is at the End of Long Sh1ftObJectIof Unique I In the churchyard of time little Middlesex village of Pinner Engi land there stands a monument quite distinct from all those which Kimomul it It consists of a tall square pyramid overgrown with ivy through the middle of which projects a collln made of stone This monument was raised by uI ton to his parents William and Agnes London as the inscriptions Itll They do not however tell why he chose to have his parents bunts poised in midair in the stone shell instead of being buried in the usual manner This curious act is accounted for in a III range manner It appears that his par emits came limbo sonic money which was to be theirs so as their bodies were above the ground1 When they died thenfore in or der that the money should not pass into other hands their son buried them in this envious man j ner and despite the apparent fur justice his object was lit la JltdIFor FourFooted Patients An animal hospital hues talilishcHl near Calcutta In it thiriMirc usiiilly about 1000 an 11111101 iindii Imemrtlacuthorse- oven j ninlft elephant dojrsand oven sheep mull comfortably hooded and looked sifter bv H at tiff r of SO native nurses under tin orders of a British veterinary aui geou BLUE HERON NESTS FEW Near Battle Creek Mich Is One of Few Rookeries of This Hand some Bird In United States A notable nesting plaice for tin great blue heron is ten miles west of Battle Creek Mich on the north bank of the Kiilanmzon river It is notable for the reason that there are now only a few nesting places left of this handsome and majestic bird in this state and still more notable for the filet that this is the only rookery not located III inaccessible swamps almost im possible to penetrate especially for women who are bird students This rookery is not only upon accessible ground but it is within a few rods of the Battle Creek Kahunuzoo interurban line It is visited annually by hundreds of bird students especially women anti the Bottle Creek Nature club glues annual excursions to time placeStudents front the Michigan col leges visit the rookery and one time a party of ornithologists came from the Chicago university Herons always return to th same nesting place The ones at this rookery have returned muumuu ally for 20 years past The nests are huge rude affairs built of sticks and twigs of about the sane size loosely placed together and forming a sort of tai thee work upon which the eggs ar laid Tbey use the same nest every year simply adding more sticks The eggs number from three to four are of a bluish green color a little larger than hens eggs If jwssible sycamore trees are always selected for nesting be cause the color of the bark harmo sizes perfectly with the plumage of the bird and ntfords what orni thologist term protective color titian The herons during the nesting periods are of great benefit to the farmers as they destroy all of tin snakes and field mice for mummies around When they are feeding the young the noise and commo tion made cat be heard at a great distance JEWS IN ANCIENT BRITAIN Though England Is Astounded by Russia Such Doing Were Once Enacted in That Country England is showing ranch indig nation over the Russian treat ment of the Jews but it is only a matter of 700 years since that country was on the side of the of fenders In liii the first Ed ward being slacked at the con nivance of his father III granting the privileges of Christian natives to the Jews not only deprived then of all the rights of citizenship but also ordered that they should wear badges on their upper garments by way of distinction ill seems however to have been against illegal violence from time first for when 200 Jews were hanged in London for clipping time coin it is pleasant to read that this was oulyafter a fair trial had been given them Multi that several Christians their accomplices suf fered with them It was tilt arch bishop of Canterbury who III thr year I2Siordered nil the Jews1 synagogues to be destroyed in time city of London This was paving the way for time ordinance by which in lUit all Jews were ban ished front England they hawing rendered themselves infinitely odious to tilt whole nation by their usury and extortion They were shaved only such sums as were necessary to defray the expense of their voyage to the continent the rest being confiscated by the king Edward I again showed Ills sense of justice even in doing this net of injustice for when many of these unhappy wretches in their passage were murdered by till mariners through the hopes of finding treasure concealed about them Ihr king severely punished till assassins on their return I England In some ways nndfi val England was intend of modern iIPij To shuts the futility n all ordinances professing to 6I forever tin Jews were recalled in I ifi4 by Crom well he being in HuiMicod by a deaire of improving commerce TEA RESULTS IN TOPERS rake Light Wine nnd Be Sober Ask Ten and Bo a Drunkard Says a Dibber of Claret A bibber of claret puts this startling question Will you take light wine with your dinner tutu be sober or will you take tea tumid be a drunkard Then lie proceeds to prove that the wine drinking nations are constantly clothed in their right minds while the tea drinkhtg countries hug laud Scotland Holland and nota lily Russia are prom to dally with the cup that inebriates more than it cheers and to break sat into unseemly conduct as a result of such dalliance Russia consumes store tea that any other nation and look at it Not only steeped in vodka to the lips hilt in blood to the eyes Whereas Ciermuny lilac idly topes her wine and beer and engages III no massacres no riots and none but orderly changes of H government that never changes Of course hIts China that hIlSUIiI1UOIso that the people never have a chance to get used to it Hut tea I cud whisky or tea and gin appear to go together and the tippler of the fragrant herb rushes to slew hoi to hlIIC IIpllftll it This seem I ing relation between what has long been regarded as the mildest of drinks and time harshest cud most dangerous is one that I IllI medical faculty would oblige us by j looking into and reporting l We had newer supjiosed when we were staying the invalid on IniugIthewe lard newer supposed while watching the antics of the town drunkard that he was a victim of the sewingcircle habit What a lot of mischief these five oclock teas must be brewing forsooth Can we blame the youth who Ilief from tliem and hies him to a brew cry Wine has an evil sound in the eau of time prohibitionist who drinks teaamid patent medicine which is40 per cent alcohol but the plain red ink of the table dhote is palpably less soul shut I tering thou the product of tIll Eamovar OLD RICHMOND BELLHOUSE One of the Most Interesting Land marks in Dominion Capital Said to Be Near Destruction A writer in the Richmond t W Va NewsLvadcr makes a strong and telling protest against the proposed demolition of the old lien house in the capitol grounds This is one of the most interesting landmarks III the clip ital of the old dominion In 171KI the directors of public buildings in Virginia were authorized to purchase at the public expense a tit and siilllcient hell for the use of the capitol This bell it is under stood was hung in a small un painted building subsequently abandoned that stood immediate ly in front of the portico of the capitol The present structure was built about IS2 Its histor ical associations are principally warperiodFenmI1S1 I alarms summoning the rallying hosts of soldiers citizens old men I and hays to the appointed rendcz I vous On what was once known in Richmond as Pawnee Sunday the clangor of the hell scattered the worshipers at the various churches and its penis ringing sat tin urgent call to citizens to assem ble mind repel an attack from tlu j federal gunboat In wnec It would be a pity to destroy this relic Vir ginia eon easily preserve it Hy training ivy over the structure as I has been suggested the old hell Louse ennui be given a picturesque appearance Those who desire It to be pulled down say that it pre tents an unsightlyuppcaranceam mars the beauty of the capita grounds Some of the ruins ol greatest historic interest in Eng land could never stand till beast test which it is proposed to appl Ito Boston hnd such a landmark no body in the Massachusetts cltj would have the courage to suggesl that it be destroyed because it was not in keeping with a modernizes state hotHHISad The saddest thiumghm life is toast n man following the funeral of hit own reputntiouCarlyleConfidence Wasnt your grandson rather young to marry Resigned Old Lady1 asked him j the same question myself when he first became engaged also what he expected to live on and he re plied Well grandmother tIllII Lord will provide anil Ive been the Lord ever sitterN Y Times Poorly Equipped Alas for the unto whose head is stocked only with book neiivn1 S U Picayune Better Late That western centenarian who 5 broke the smoking habit at the end rf 1110 years seems to linn made rp his mind suddenly Italtimc SuuFriendly Societies GrowingI During the past live years the membership of friendly societies i in the United Kingdom has in creased LOOOOOI USE OF SOME QUEER DRUGS Seaweed That Is Powerful AntifntI Poisons That Cure Different Diseases I The venom of the rattlesnake has beets known to curt locomotor ataxiu tutu scarlet fever staid a chemist to a Near Orleans Times Democrat reporter Homeo pathic physicians often prescribe it You know the iiuua rim the dead ly poison that the South American lmidians smear UpOIl their arrow I tips Well curara is very helpful in hydrophobia Ther is a sea wed called blad derwrack They make of this an antifat a marvelous antifat Iiv the use of this antifat I kIlOW1I man who reduced leis weight 40 pounds in three months There is a deadly fungus the fly agaric which unfortunate JlPnJ pie sometimes eat in mistake for mushrooms They make a medi else of the Hy agaric a medicine 1 railed miiscarine nitrate which injected under the skin coasts a copious How of tears French t actresses in weeping scenes hntjometlmes used this drllgICocaine causes wakefulness I I once worked 4S hours at a stretch thanks to cocaine Cocoa stimulates exhilarates timid removes all desire for food or drink1n Alpine guide will chew HO or 00 grains of it before com niencing n dlfllcult ascent Good CountertritIfinch that passes for patience ii only petrified laziue- seThousands I of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along tho lino of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE n Southern Missouri and Northern ArkansasI moat direct lino via t ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS TTiroueU Pullman tleeplnjr and free reclnlp chair CArs Uomeneehors Excursion first and third Tuesdays of each month DescrIptive literature maps pamphleis oldfn etc on application I H C WNSENU RTO MATTHEWS tanIP tsrsejftTrurrtinrPuueli krd rwms u wcrautAr iii eICURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS I nut Couch Syrup tastes Coed I UM In lime SM by dructl t CONSUMPTION ANNOUNCEMENTS- IhhINOIS GENTRfU R Rr The Illinois Central maintains Double Daily Service opciintes the best of trains with Dining Cars Chair Cats BuffetLibrary Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Louis Cincinnati and Louisville South to New Orleans The best road for reaching theTourist resorts if the South including New Orleans Vicksburg ju1f ort Miss Hammond Mardi Grass at New Orleans oeb1 7 1906 Gulfporl is a Mexico Gulf j Cost resort having the new tine Great Southern Hotel Regular i ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Central America anama Wet Indies and Europe Send or call for descriptive matter n regard to the above i Havana via New OrleansI Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central through service tfew Orleans and the ocean liner winscrew nineteenknot S S Prince Arthur caving New Orleans every Wedncs lay at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at Sunrise Fridry morning I Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Cars without change Chicago to Hot Springs with connections at Memphis from Cincinnati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville vin Nashville Chattanooga and At anta Mexico California i Special tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspicics of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday Feb 23rd for Mexi co and California the last to include i stopover at New Orleans for the Marl Gras Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullman with dining car ser vice Facinnting trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excursions o California Excursion cars through to Los Angeles nnd Srnfran isco as follows Via New Orlenns and the southern route every Friday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati and Louisville via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednes day from Chicago Full particulars coecerning nilof the above cart be had agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines f by addressing the either of the undersignedJos P A Cincinnati F W IlAKUv D P A Louisville- J o A SCOTT DP A Memphis 141 111 FOURf i I J The Best Line to 1 Indianapolis Peoria Chicago II Tcleilo- J Detroit II Cleveland e BuffaloI IBostonJ And all other points East A Information cheerfully fur IJ Wished on application at City I A Ticket Ofllco Dig Four No I 259 Fourth avenue or write toiJ S J GATESIGenl Agent f Louisville KyrI i IIIw e+ r o r holl mrIJuo =d SURE For AH Diseases CURS o- fSTOMACH FLECTRIC ITTERS Qtclt Relief and Care for Hcad Tho best tonic Curative ache DacKacho Dtrrlncss Medicine for these dlsi ILIVER o i iDNy YSIndgostlon Malaria etc eases SOc Guaranteed q 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UnlUd IUtM Mans OAct WASHIMQTON O C GASNOW ROUGH RIVUI- TELEPHONE COMPANY IHo s tot Al Ii I The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser ttendedconversation 15 mile 10 cts miles IGcls 15 miles 20 cts k ctJ Vi OBANNON Mgr j Craver Dam Ky1 rT WOLF RACES AUTOMOBIL Marvelous Story of Adventure iS Told by a Nebraska Lum 4ber Dealer A race across the plains of Nebras ka and the Rosebud reservation be- tWEen a mammoth gray wolf and his big touring automobile car featured n trip last week which William Krotter lumber king a telephone magnate of Stuart Neb made i h his machine The big gray creature of the pra ries started out of its den nci Stuart and pursued Mr Krotter al Est to I3onesteel a distance of 1 r miles beforo Mr Krotter by sendin his machine into its most intense speed was able to stake off the animal The wolf galloped along with- In a few feet of the auto all the wa erouchttd on his haunches near by when the machine broke down displayed a mouthful of sharp teeth and snapped viciously but cowardly salt the way h If you ever bought a box of Witch Hazel Salve that failed to give satis faction the chances are it did no have the name BC DeWittCo printed on the paper and pressed on the box The original DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve never fails to give satisfaction for burns sores boils tetter cracked hands etc For blind bleeding itchingand pro ruding Piles it affords almost im 1iediately relief It stops the pain Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro i The Mine iloFranceThe worst fears as to the enormit of the mine disaster in the district of Pas de Calais France have bee realized and its true significance i difficult to grasp Approximately 1200 lives were snuffed out at once The tragedy brought sorrow to ovt 5000 fathers mothers wives and children Although mine explosion and entombments involving hundreds of lives have occurred in this county nothing approaching th magnitude of this has been recorde in all tho history of American min ingIn some of the mining village reached by the French disaster ever man was killed and from one vii loge 00 were swept away 0 course the immesiato suffering o the dead and disabled miners will b forUtunatelyto a certain extent for the mine ofL orators in France are legally bourn to pension the widows and orphan and also the disabled miners I is said that the mine was exception ally gaseous and that the owne- failed to take proper steps to war oil disaster although the plant wa supposed to be equipped with tit best possible devise for ventilatin and isolating the chambers Ev dently inspsctors who do not inspee are not unknown iu France No false pretense has marked tit career of Elys Cream Balm N idea promises of rewards for cases i will not cure Being entirely harm less it is not responsible like th catarrh snuff and powder for mind shattered by cocaine The grei positive virtue of Elys Cream Bal is that it speedily and completel cures nasal cattnrrh and hay fever kBack of this statement is the testimony of thousands and a reputatio of many yearssnccess All druggis 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Vat- ren Street New York Object Lesson for Missouri- A newspaper published in soutl west Missouri says the entire lea and zinc mining district rejoices ovi the ruling of the Treasury Department reinforcing the Tariff on cer tain grades of zinc ore which ha recently been coming into this coui ty duty free of account of a peer liar interpretation of the law by th department The point is strict one connected with the protects and southwest Missouri shoul 4polley mind that it is indebted t the Republican party fot its safE- guard against the cheapest foreig competition In 1890 the souther counties gave Mr Bryan an immen majority Those were the bar times of the last Democratic rtotioi al Administration Minin M other industries was almost pro trite and Bryan promises that h theories in Government would worn magical charge Mr Bryan is a FreeTrader an his policy would admit free all fo i I I r H Thousands nave Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It now To rind Ont Fill a boltle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours II sediment or set tling Indlcate3 an unhealthy condl tion of the kid neys If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In back Is convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the partrto hold water and scalding pain In passing unpleasantgduring the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon It stands the highest for Its won casesybest Sold by druggists inSOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this discoveryi I absolutely free by mall the also nomeotaampnootI1Lion reading this gtrcrous offer In this paper Dont make any i Istake but remember KhmerstNY on every bottle 1I eijrn zinc lead and their ores H e would have put the currency of the country on the basis of a dollar of half value Unlike southwest Mis souri the country in general was against those propositions Missouri goldnstandard to thQ protection of zinc and lead or the rapid growth and high prospeoity of its mining and other industries But Missouri still I has numerous politicians who says that the Republican party should not besuppurted and that its defeat would be a good thing Before a r citizen accepts that sort of talk he should look about him and compares present conditions with thoseof 1891 Demagogues are equally to be dis I credited when they try to disorgan ized rational opinion by asserting I that all parties are alike The party to stick to is the one that makes goods What good does it do you to eat it your stomach fails to digest the f food None It does you harm f causes belching sour stomach flatu e hence etc When the stomach fail a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure after r each meal will digest what you eaSold and make the stomach sweet I by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m s t BECAUSE A WOMAN DID IT Creatre 1a Double and Triple s C The ijucstiou whither inert mini be allowed to gaze ut bitiuti ful woman reminds me how l t pliivid for tins privilege my OWl double find triple HUVH a writer in the New York Sun I e walked down front the mnsouii OU u Sunday afternoon and 1 nit t near Fortvthird street a lad v who in complexion form and cx jircssion struck nu IH one of tht s most beautiful young women t hud over HtlUi could cast only 11 sidelong glazier nt her beauty IutilI longing for u second look I Fortythflid n car rude up to Fiftythird sheet strind walked quietly down Pift avenue for the second time I saw the lady near Fiftylira street Of course everybody wa looking at her but engaged in a gentleIerof the admiring glands as of he own beauty Assured that sh never noticed poor me I could no d resist the temptation of trying fo I a third look hastened aroun I the cathedral rode up to Fifty e ninth street and walked quiet y down Fifth avenue for the thin tllllld the huh near Fiffynint street This time she saw mean gave me a ningunr startled hull n frightened tusk whiili I could no n explain I walked on in dee e thought but could not help belli d aware that several persons starei I nt ale with the same startled look e and there was a singular sour thing in the looks that made m Is feel us if I were n ghost walkiii k the streets At Fiftyseventh street I me tlll1 old gentleman with lass wif IvciueiMljwid tfi hnvnte- r oi 1 f u i I hobbling along near Fortyfliird street When the old tutu sawj tilt he seemed to throw up his hauls his eyes bulged out told his mouth opened I did not know what to make of It I had never made any sensation by my appear I nniv 111111 I thought it best to IISIII quietly on when I heard I man cry out excitedly Great lad Mary we have seen that iiinns double told here comes his i triplcP j It dawned upon me that it is i rather tin extraordinary thing to I meet the same noun three times i in 14 blocks walking along in the sit lilt direction in three different I glares anil I quietly disappeared with my double tied triple nnd II quadruple sense of my foolishness In tilt next side street Dublins Italian Mayor 1 Could yon inn 1 hoc anything In politics funnitr than the election of an Italian to lie hutynrof Dnb linf Jt reminds ie of the story of I tilt ubiquitous Scotchman Scene Italian steamer dodging among I the Oreek islands Captain an Italian and all the crew apparent I ly of till Hiune nationality Scotch passenger mustering his small Italian vocabulary strains hard to learn from Italian seamen the meaning of n break in the bows of the steamer Both sides do their best but the conversation is frog mentary and unsatisfactory The mate comes up and listens unno lined to tilt effort nt national reci jnoclty then suddenly breaks in with Vere Italian is not sae bird but Tin jtidgin you wouldno object to get the information yere lifter in yir own tongue The Scotch passenger is duly amazed to timid a brother Scot first otllcer of an Italian steamer When the Italians go to Duhliulr111N i Y Press Oldest Bnrnnlnl Mansion Ilurstmoiiceiiux astle built ol brick in the time of Henry VI bv Sir Huger de Tisanes the largest and oldest mansion of the kind in England together with 182 acres of the surrounding beautifully timbered park has come into the market tend is now being uttered by private treaty The castle fell Into decay about 1777but it re mains a most interesting speci 111111 of the fort Hied mansion of tit later feudal times with its great turretssanti courtyards Mean Mans Idea The millennium is close at land when working women are paid wage that will enable them ti supc rt husbands as they should btv l iiUajio Sim BAN ON WOODEN LETTERS When Writing to Friends Abroad In i fuse Plenty of Personality Into Missives Ileery few people write a really I good letter or stem to have tin power whets separated front their- I friends of giving tiny idea of their t daily life or manage to infuse any personally Into their letters A wooden letter is a shock to its recipient says u writer in the Philadelphia Press Ones expec I tatlons are quickened They fancy they will see something of their friend feel something of their presence their nature Instead they merely have a glimpse of en f vironments see not the friend t but a lot of external things In which they have no earthly inter I est This is not letter writing I not what the reader craves I A good letter should leave tin recipient with the feeling that one I lias actually been talking with the writer and should consist not of meneI thou of events or whoa is even worse descriptions of places but I of details of the daily life of tin individual and purely personal chatter I Nothing is more annoying or disappointing on openingt wit ht feeling of pleasant anticipation n I thick packet from abroad than to flint sheet after sheet tilled with t guide book platitudes which ore 11 utterly unconventional and iiuiu teresting J One feels that notwithstanding the writer has labored conscientiously and painfully to write a- longe letter he or she was utterly failed intestablishing that mys terious sympathy between parted t friends that the right sort of cor rcspoiulence should evoke I It would be well for travelers to- lII55- e to rememlior thief the average It brary huts a plentiful supply of books of travel containing far het ter descriptions of foreign land than they could write hooks which lit t seldom if ever opened nnd that it is of the individual am their friends and associates that the reader lies to know Do not lie afraid to dot your pa per plentifully with capital IS for that after all is the subject matter that will interest your friends AIRSICK UP IN A BALLOON Cleveland Man Tells of Experience on Aeronautic Trip with the Scien tist Baldwin Of Baldwin the illfated aero mint a Cleveland man said re remit 1v lie once took me with him a ballooning The experience was odd timid frightening A gale came up and I became airsick a condl tiou worse than seasickness- It wits now necessary to do scend but Baldwin wanted to know in whut part of the country we floated With our plusses we swept tin landscape but in the failing light only one house was visible und nearby a Mina worked in a Held Haldwiu with great skill brought down the balloon till it was only about 100 feet above the mans head li he shouted hi The workman looked up iu amazement 41Vhere are we cried Bald win as tnrtedCluwllld Where are ye repeated the man in his slow dull way Yes where are we f Why came the reply almost inaudible we were now so far past wily yet up in a balloon hainl ye Indianapolis Sentinel No Distinction- I only know that I love you I breathes the ardent swain reach ing for the lilywhite hand of tin beauteous damsel Thats noth ing to brag of replies the beauteous damsel putting her lilyo white haul out of his reach Everybody in town knows tint The really bright man is one win knows something that few others kngwtitrtly Stor- iesCASTOR IAFdr Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thodSignature CHEAPEST FARM LAND Southwest Offcers Best Oppor tunities for Securing Homes Many farmers in the Northern and Eastern states are selling their hig h priced lands and locating in th Southwest Many who have bee unable to own their homes in thE older county are buying land in thE new country Unusual opportunities exist along the lines of the Missouri Pacific or Mountain Route The rich alluvial delta lands and river bottom lands of Southeast Missouri Eastern Arkansas Louisiana and Texas capable o producing 60 bushels of corn a balE of cotton 4 to 6 tons of alfalfa 156 bushels of potatoes and other grain vegetables and hay crops can bE bought for 750 to 1500 peracres When cleared and slightly improve will rent for 400 to 600 per acre cashUplands more rolling lighter soil adapted to fruit growing peache pears plumbs grapes berries als mel us tomatoes and other vegeta bles can be bought for 5000 t0 1000 per acre in unimproved state Many places with small clearing and some improvements can b bought very cheap This is a fine stock country ftf long winter feeding Free range pure watinmild A health growing country with a great future Writo for map and descriptive HI erature on Missouri Arkansas Lou isiana Texas Kansas and IndianTei ritory Very cheap rates on firs and third Tuesdays of each month Address H T G MATTHEWS T P A Louisville Ky or II a TOWNSEND G P T A Sfr Loiiis Mo ieit STRONG Againa tovallcfTiltonGa saId after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cur Hundreds fa of otherw ak =women art being restored to perfect health by this rem edy YOU may be well If you will take It Indigestion cautei nearly all the sick flat that women have It deprives the system of nourishment and the delicate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to direst and assimilate all of the wholesome food that may be eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures Indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risingsbelchingheartburnandall stomach disorders Digests What You EatD- ellarbtiIkIas14 rrpu4 s ass La- nueaashsas I I i rtUnr IIOJ Wlt trial or at M it ill I I s0 Olas OLL NuKI lijr Z WAYNK UttltIIN Henry WattersonsPaper The Weekly CourierJournal AND THE HARTfORD RfrUBLICAN BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people in the United States have not heard of the CourierJourn a1 Democratic in all things clean in all things it is essentially a fami ly By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the Weekly CourierJournal and THE HART FORD REPUBLICAN both one year for the price named aboveonly 150 The regular price would be 2 Send your subscription for the combination to usnot to the Cou rierJournal BEST FOR THE- BOWELS IItroe Darent a regular beiltn jmovement of the Y rrdirTOBrUor IIIbt Keep Tourbowel u anil well Force In tbe ihapa ot TbsetakenCATHARTIO UIt EAT EM LIKE CANDY Pleasant Palatable Potent Tube Good Da f Oood Never Sicken Weaken or Orlixi 10 ZS and M cent perbox Write for tree sample and book lot on health Address UJ Sterling Remedy Company Chicago or New Tort KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN I HEJsrn Fi g 71VI yIarproduces tbo aboro reanlt In 30 daya It actl and quickly Cures when all otbera taiL- S VouagDeawlllrosaln their lost manhood and old will recover their youthful rigor by win- grtlivlyoItoulcklyaadeunlrreaureaNananse BUI Lou Vitality Impotencr LoitFowerFalllnt Memory Waitlnc Clieaieiand 0 ell effecta ot teUabueo or exceei and indiscretion which unlit one tor stud bUllnu ormlrtal It cot only cures by starting at the ccat of disease bat Iso great nerve tonlo and blood builder bring y Ina back the pink glow to tale cbecks and rlt storing the flro of It ward off tntanitt and Consumption Iniltt on baring KEVIVOna other It can be carried In jut pocket By malt 8100 perpjckace or six for 85OO With poal Site written to cure or refund dulldldttflvLr11t t For sale in Hartford Ky by J H Williams druggist odol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat a timbeland TELEPHONEAND Telegraph CoT- ncororpnted 1 heres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place ol business My business bas Increased and my wifes voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition B E PATE Mir IDII1f3uaSCetU1F3 S e Ohio County Circuit Court TPIIIrkhead Judge Ben D lingo Attorney Oar llliltlft Jailer Ed 0 liirrnM Clerk Frank L Felli Master Com iUttoner V L Moneley True tee Jury Fund It B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sheriff H A llratiher L V Crowcln EII Megan tyrant Pollard 49Courlconrene flrit Mon dayln Starch and Aognut and continue three itreekitnd third Monday In May and Noremher two week County ConrtW ml Taylor Judge tVH TlnleyaerkK MUoodnnrd Attorney Hart old Court coaTeneo Brat Monday In each monthQuarterly Conrt Heglni on the third Monday In January April July andUctober Court of Claims Conrene Ant Monday In Jan aary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Offlcera X Mqiley Knrreyor Bhrere S W Leach Ammtorllob noyJamn DeWeew School Superintendent Hartford Geroine Allen CoronerJInioTttaticcs CourtsX UnrrflM Bearer Dnm March 14 June 23 September 24 December 34 W P Miller Hone Branch March 26 June 23 September 25 December 24 W L Dean Dundee March 27 Jane W September 26 December 37 W It Edge Fordirlllo March 28 Juno 2 September 27 Dereni ber 28 11 Chamberlain Ueda March It June 2S September 28 December 29 Herbert Ilender Centertown March SO June 29 September December SO John Mlle Jlorkport March 31 June 30 Sep tember 30 December 31 XXartfoxd 3ellce court B R Wedding Judge J S Glenn City Attorney Beth Moteler Marshal Court con Tense second Monday In eacbmont- bR llBlovio CrvicsM E Church South Serrlce third Sunday each month at 11 am and 7 p m and cocoa Sunday at 7 p m Prayer meeting erery Wednes day erentng Her J A Lewie Pastor Baptist Church SerTlres held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting erery Thursday evening BeT A D Gardner pastor 01 Church Services first Sunday In each monthatllamand7pm Her J D Darned pastor School Trustees Hartford 0 U Crow J S Glenn Dudley Ford D E Thomas Dr E D PendletonClliCounetlJ II Williams Mayor CM Crone Clerk It E 1 Klmmerman Dr E B Ptndleton A I White Wm Fair Wra nwin Dr J W Taylor GcrtCocltis- A O D W meeta first and third Friday night In each month Hartford Lodge No 1175 Ft A Macon firs Monday night In each month Hartford Tent o00 Knights of the Macea bees every Thursday night Hough Hirer Lodge No 110 Knlgbts of Pythle meets every Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No4 a A It hold reg nlar meetings Saturdaybeforeflrst Sunday In artl month Southern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Lines l+ JJONtI Lexington and Louisville TU 1 wm unWesi Two trains daily as follows Leave Lexington 610 a m LouSisville 900 a m arrivo at St Louis 612 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and CafeObservation Par lor CarMeals a la cartethrough without cange Leave Lexington 530 p m Lou isville 1015 p m arrive at St Lou is 732 a m carrying free reclin ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 cst Main St Lexington Ky 234 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or Union Depots THE REPUBLICAN 1 is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner I Nasal CATARRHIn thouU be cletullnesa Ellis Cream Balm cltinxt loothci and hem the diseased membrane It cures cttutb and drlrci away a cold In the head qalcUr I Cream Balm Ii placed Into the noitrlli Spread 1 over the membrane and Ii abioibed Relief I Im mediate end a cure ollowa It II not ctrytns doei I not produce sneezing Large Size so tents at Drug gfa ti or br mall Trial Size 10 cents by null ELF BHOTUEU3 91 Warren Street stow York 1c f rI T1 t r e J1 rr u wrw w M w yyeW UWIHvH W III W WW yeWW V wW W h hJaAND = II I I EASTER SALE f0 The advent of our immelise stock of Spring and Summer Merchandise is oi great importance to every man woman and child of this county because of the great moneysaving chances offered you Because you can get the seasons latest styles everything at prices you usually pay for out of date stuff Because we have the same price for every customer marked inIplain figures We have been working for a month buying and putting on sale this elaborate collection of spring t 8 disc of every character Our counters are piled high and every shelf and every corner is crowded with goods you wil want J You are cordially invited to visit our stores to look at our spring showing We charge nothing for looking and as little as possible vhen you buy It certainly Will be an advance to you to call and examine our goods I Stylish Clothing j VbyHartWe have the assurance to say that we dont io believe that there is one man in a thousand that we cannot please with our Clothing and satisfy with our prices We are never satisfied withanything but the BEST and we positively guarantee any Suit we recommend to you We carry the largest stock You cant do better than to come here for your Clothes Suits in Black and fancies priced per Suit 4 I 50 5 750 850 10 1250 1350 15 SIS 20 2250 Buy Hart Schaffner and Marx Fine Suits For Men Suits1tWe want mothers who have boys to clothe to know all about our preparation for the little Men for Spring We make a specialtyof clothing for boys of all ages and everything the boy wears is here Very few stores tine able to show the variety ofi handsome wearables that can be seen here Our prices always please for theyare novel extravagant or unreasonable Mother you can find what you want here at theI price you want to payI Spring Opening Fashionable Millinery i Spring time is the index to house cleaning House cleaning demands new floor coverings and we have the coverings desired Our Mat ting assortment is extensive and the patterns are beauti ful Priced per yard 12ic 15c 20c 25c 35c Our ingrains in half wool and all wools are things of beauty and their w oaring qualities cant be excelled Priced per yard 50c GOc 70c75c Hemps Cotton and Union Carpets priced per yard15c 25c 30c 35c BRUSSELLS priced per ard75c and 85c RUGSof every known make and grade priced at each 1 135 1 50I3 S3fiO St and Sfiw If you need a Carpet and cant come send for samples giving us an idea about the price you desire Our mail order business in this department grows more and more every season which is conclusive proof that our methods and our Carpets are satisfactory to the consumer in every way Send diagram of room and we willcut carpet to fit Dress Goods magnificent collection ol the latest creations in stylish MILLINERY We extend a special INVITATION to everybody in the country to visit this depart ment and view the great assortment The latest creations from the style centers of the world are represented right here and Miss Merrie King would be delighted to have an opportunity y to show you and to tell you all about them ReadyMade Skirts and Petticoats Here are a great variety of the now weaves and colorings shown in the markets this season Grays Plaids Checks and Whites Such a collection of Skirt and Suit materials have never been shown here Silks in all colors and changeable Gray Silks Check Silks White and Black Silks Yardwide Silks 19inch wide Silks and Wash Silks Priced per yard 50c 75c 1 125 and 150 Samples submitted on application and express paid on all orders of 50c and up I Carpets and Mattings The increase demand for this class bf wearing apparel encouraged us to increase our stock and this seasons showings are far in excess ofany former season All the new Plain Grays Checks and Plaids are represented Priced at each 3 4 5 750 to 10 Misses Skirts in nice range of prices and Fabrics SILK PETTI JOATS Browns Blues and Greens each 5 and 750 MERCERIZED SAT TEEX Blacks and Colors pried oath 50c 76c 1 125 150 2 Spring Opening MENS FURNISHINGS 4 5 Easter time means new Hats now Shirts new Collars now Ties New Socks arid now Underwear Wo have quite a strong depend able line of entirely new and stylish wearing 4 5 apparel for men and boys bought especially with your needs in view You know very 4 5 well that what we recommend to you you can bank on to your last dollar You know very well that we only have one price and that is a little lower take it all around than anybody elses Congo and seo for yourselves New Laces Embroideries and Ribbons Every season brings out its new patterns in their special lines The Laces are much more attractive than ever before and prices are no 4 5 higher We are showing quite u variety of Val Laces and Insertings to match Also an elegant assortment of Embroideries and In sertings in match sets allovers Corset Covors and Embroideries In fact there is nothing new thats not represented in our lino of Laces embroideries and Ribbons Lace Curtains and Window Shades Wo lay great stress on the quality and attractiveness of our Lace Curtain line Now uptotheminute patterns in all widths and lengths Priced at per pair 75c 85c 100 125 150 2 3 350 Our Window Shades include all the regular widths and lengths in plain and fancy shades with and without fringe Priced each10c 4 5 15c 25c 3oc 50c and 75c Orders taken for 4 5 special size blinds at reasonable prices 0Q3 9BARNES PROI- II BEAVER DAM KY tsss 1- r r4h IN f h W Sau Ak7W IYirYiM lrrft r r S