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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fn THE IIARTRIIIP REPUBLICAN Fine Job Wok a Specialty fOFFICIAL Haul OF THE PAin 11 IK FOOBiBcomEsmtDiwic Subscription 1 a year VOL XIIIrRTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 29 1901 Mo 36 f ThegN 11 AM Wag cMUrea Into the world to atI Peopledo8IDoldcrIDirbreak into Same in the flesh of the chili Dr Pierces Golden Medical Oiaoovery aerofulaItthediacasedPr rtwrc aiedlda baa done ronden tor otDMryrwithwu Ukcnttro or thru UB with bcmor rhire from the taDn It troubled hun for over MedicalWjcortry Mr KM lad atroruloiu aore on bU nexkibiitKaanot had any don ha commenced la tak year edldnc Use Dr Pierces Pleasant relicts foe His bowels and llrer mOIr gg tJlYn1L M L HEAVRIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prattle hu protwiloa In aU the coin of Ohio aid xlfoliliiK ennttle dOo noIAppl Bpeclal attention ultra to coUrcUou ERNEST WOODWARD ATTORNEY AT LAW flrlirNHT KY Will praellc kb prntmlon In all the ronrU ol Olio rontjr and Ouvrt of ppsla lrompt uitl earhl cotuMwtito Klre ellrmyieiatruat4- to him rlarprt UntT lphm laom JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention Ktrrn to rollrctloM nakl aUlMrta at lP Kotarj 1ablk for Ohio coun ty 0siorth side pabtie iiire O E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW IRfYURLJ UY Will prattle kin profc lon Ia all lb rnnrta ol Ohio aid 01 Appa- faK1 attention Ktrea to all bwlBtuerirnrd to ilia ear ffe a oAtt1I IUflfa It euartboua F rFELIX ATTORNEY AT rAW jiAKTronn KY Will ID tb roar ol Ohio toonty and court ol Appeal Irotnpt attention elien to all ulnM InI to nla ear lrtca In herald blUdllf J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY VIII pritetlee his rolloa In Ohio and adjoin a eol rlperial atleattoa idteu to uM ntrwtrd to M can k 8 EROBY 4TTO1EY4TLATEroBhaTLIE Will pnwtlc II proMnlon In aU theionrtaol Ohio and Court ot Appeal Special ntUnlloiiKlYen to collection JOHN P MORTON ArrORNEY AT LAW lIARTrORD KY p rIal attention given to n bolinMi atrat- e4 to UU ear Ufflr In conrthoi CM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will prattle hie profealon la all the court ot Ohio and rot Hprclal attention will be Klrrn to all bnitaem ectnuted to hi ear CcllMtlon a specialty EPNEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hie profoMlon In all tbe ronrtaol Kentucky attention given to collection Mttlemeotol dfCTdrtfa eetateeroad ease nod criminal prattle omceBptalrartnn block JBB WEDDING ATTORNEY and CVNSWOR at LAW HARTFORD KY Will kin In all th court of Ohio and adJolnlnKronnllMand the Court of Ap aha Prompt nitration to all bulns eutrnnted to him Offlc In llcpcnLicn building 14 R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his proleailoa In theedirUol Ohio and adloInlnae000tle Mao Notarr 1nbllc Southern Railway Throb El bt heat Ronthern Btst- oKENtUOKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North OAROLINAGEQR GIA and illSSlSSIPPI 84M Mile Thee Daily Trnlu DttWMn ton villa and MrlnKton UbKrmtlon Chair Care Train IT and ante lx nlTlll from Hrrnth Htmt Union Ilepot connectlDK with train ol tbe IlIIul PoDr Railroad andL II A 8t U It II Forlnformatlonaddn A WUOOJI P AV A 211 IWAy Loutayf lie Wu II TifCbc Aubtant d P AlioUrllle OIlV I I THE YOUNGER BOYS Once Noted Bandits Just Pa roled From Stillwater Penitentiary One Will Become a Physician the Other a Minister A little over twentyfive years ago the names of Cole James and Bob Younger were name to conjure with In the Woolly West and especially in Missouri and Minnesota The writers of lurid dime novels were flooding the market with their wonderful exploits and many were the urchins that were secretly plan nine to emulate their bloody caiecr w ben they should attain their m Jor Uy The Younger were on a par with the James boys the Iord boys and Dill Cbad ell all notations out laws But a qua tier of a century has wonght a great change In a few days under the provisions the prill oners parole Mil recently repotted lavoibly by the Minnesota Lcglala turt Cole and Jim Younger will step forth tree men Irom the Stillvtater penitentiary And rtranger than this J4tnes Yiiiieger will come out of pris on sell educated in the study ot wed cineand ready to paw the State Board Minnesota while Cole who has been prison chaplain fur a number of years will in all probability enter the min fatty Verily time has worked wonders with the Younger brothers whose name a few years ago were omens 01 death in a terrified community Bob Younger the third brother It will be remembered died in prison about ten years ago Ills remains were interred in the family burying ground at Lee Sum mit near Independence Mo A LOUISVILLE MANS RECOLLECTIONS Perhaps the only man in Louisville who was ever permitted to obtain an insight into the early career ol the Younger boys Is Dr W B Gosaett of 617 Third street Dr Gosaett lived for one year In the family of Dr Twy man of Lee Summit Mo and dnr ing this time gathered a fund of local information and anecdotes concerning the boyhood and youth of the cele brated bandits Dr Twymans wile was a sister to the Younger boys mother and was u daughter of Judge Cisco a noted jurist in his time Dr Gosaett was asked for some reminiscences of the Younger boys a few days ago and In reply related a number of Interesting incidents con nected with their brief and bloody ca neroHe said Poe nearly one year I had charge Twymans medical practice at Lee Summit or what Is more familiarly known in the locality as Rattlesnake Hollow Dr Twymans wife being an aunt of the Vounger boys had afforded her an opportunity of gather- Ing material concerning their exploits which probably no other person in the vicinity possessed- It seems to have been the popular belief for many years thatthe Younger boys were of low ami vicious ori gin I would be glad indeed to cor rect this impression in the most decisive terms for to my own knowl edge their parents were not only re spectable but far above the average in the community in which they were reared Their father was an honest and industrious man and stood high among his neighbors Their mother was a daughter of Judge Cisco ofJackson county and a most lovable woman There were seven or eight children in the Younger family Cole Bob and Jim being the three eldest ASSASSINATION AVENGED The father ol the Youngers served with Quantrell the famous guerrilla and It is said that to this fact mat be traced a great deal of the animosity which was subsequently shown the Yonngers by the Jayhawkers or Un ion soldiers in Kansas and Missouri lie was killed and robbed in 1865 near West port a few miles south 01 Kan sas City A friend of the Ypnngera saw the assassination and recognized the murderers Uelnlormed the fam fly sod within a few months the en tire number five in all had been mysteriously killed one at a time The Younger boys were Ot course suspected and gossip was rife to the effect that they had been at the bottom of the five mysterious killings but 10 proot was ever brought for ward to connect them with the crime When the excitement attendaat upon the closing of the Civil war had subsided to some extent Cole Bob and Jim Younger settled down upon their fathers farm and tried to lead respectable lives This however I seemed to be a privilege that they wtre not destined to pug enjoy lor- within a few months their tuemlea had burned their home over their heads and turned them out iutoja hos I tile community without a roof to shelter them from the ravages ol a Western winter 4Tbey fled to another section ol the State but the depredations continued t No avenging Nemesis ever penned with wore relentless malevolence an intended victim than did these so called soldiers hound the step of the Younger family Their house was sacked and burned almost as soon as they were installed in a new locality and Mrs Younger finally succumbed from the xposuie incident to one of I these raids upon their home In mid wJo lAI t anger in these days often cain u II aunt Twyman and rel- atedI the harrowing details ol some depredation to which the family had been subjected She told me that Cole would often cry like a child and say that he wished they might be left alone to pursue their calling in peace It is said that the boys even disguised themselves and served in this capacity as farmhands until their identity became kbown and they wire forced to fly from the wrath of their enemies Tlinitt CAREER AS BANDITS It was about this time that the Younger boys became bandits In ear nest They foresaw that there was no hope of ever returning to bucolic pursuits and for a livelihood they took to holding np trains and rob bing banks In a short time a price was netiupon their heads and they became fugitives from the law as well as from their enemlea Several years of bloody deeds led np to the famous bank robbery at Northfield Minn In 1876 The robbery was projected with all the skill and daring the gang possessed The were eight in number all cold dar- Ing and desperate men They were Jesse James Frank James Bob Cole and James Younger Bill Cbaldwell Clell Miller and Chralltf Pitts These names bore the omen of death wherever they were known in the Missou ri valley TheJames and the Young er boys had made reputations and theIits usual tactics The town was small There was but one bank which did a thriving business The gang of robbers rode directly to the bank where Jesse and Prank James and Cole Younger dismounted and entered the bank They ordered the cashier J 1 Hay wood to open the safe and de liver up its contents lie refused and they shot him- Intant1y1 the little town was ablaze with excitement Opposite the bank A W Wheeler who occupied a second ltoryroom I pointed his rifle out of the window and shot and wounded Milter and Chad well Arm ed citizens who seemed Ito have real ized almost by instinct the meaning of the shots began pouring into the streets The bandits quickly mount ed their horses and started to ride out of town firing as they went and kill Ing several of their pursuers But hundreds of angered and relentless men had now joined the chase The bandwas forced into the swamps and escape seemed impossible But somehow during this extraordinary hunt Jesse and Frank James separated from the remainder of the band and though wounded made their escape after suffering hardships which seem incredible Bob Cole and Jim Younger kept together Clell Miller staying with them though he was the most severely wounded ol all The gang rode without rest for days and nights but the country In every direction had been aroused against them and bands of armed men waited and watched everywhere- On September at two weeks ex actly after the Northfield raid the Ypnngets and Miller were finally sun rounded In the swamps of the Wan tonwan river They were famished and exhausted hut still they showed fight Miller was killed and the three Younger were wounded before they surrendered The lames brothers were never captured- It Is impossible at this distance of time to give anything but the faintest idea of the excitement created by the Northfield episode Such Incidents as the attempt to rob a bank in broad daylight the shooting of the cashier and the battle between the bandits and the citizens in the streets were unknown and incomprehensible These deeds had been read of as hav- Ing been perpetrated in isolated vII lages and towns in Kansas and Mis souri then far differently settled than now But that the robbers should have daring to attempt such a feat In far away Minnesota astounded every one Northfield citizens were espe dally angered and vengefulnone- the less so when they found that by pleading guilty the Younger boys could escape the gallows One month after their capture the Younger brothers were arraigned in Faribanlt They had not yet fully recovered from their wounds They all pleaded guilty and were aU sen tenced to penal servitude for life Louisville Evening Post Cheap But Valuable So far as we know there is nothing that is cheaper than a smile nor do we know ol anything that is more valua ble acordlng to the energy spent in producing it A smile from husband to wife or from wIts to husband from parent to child or child to parent I from friend to friend a smilewha can tell Its worth Both the giver and the receiver are blessed thereby This would indeed be a sad old world were it not for its smites of approbn tlon A smile is as easy to produce as- a frown and is t thousand times bet ter The merchant needs a smile in his buslnesthe smile ot the physician Is sometimes better than his medi clues the smile of the friend is bettei than his gold the smiles of the people is the sunshln of the world We get so we cannot smile when the world gets so cold that we cannot see its smiles then Indeed do we feel that the time has come to go hence Twice Proven From tht Vindicator lUtbf rfordton N CJ The editor ot the Vindicator has had the occasion to test the efficacy Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each case First with rhenmatlsra in the shoulder from which he suffer ed excruciating pain for ten day which was relieved with two applied tlous of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afflicted and tealizing instant benefit and entire relief in a very short time Second in rheumatism In thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was relieved by two applications rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and getting np free from pain For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m O A19 T O XI3C ASean til IfcKtadYootonWranBagt IIptan dt Take a Look Back Foieslgbt la better than hind sight but usually our foresight Is all the better for a little hindsight The people of the United States will see more clearly what wonld befall the country in case the principle of Protection should be abandoned or seriously modified II they will take a look back first to see what has happened to the country when that prin ciple has been departed front In the pasta look back to 1837 and 1857 and 1893 all of them panic years and all of them years of repudiation la pall at least of the policy ot Pro tection The chief value of the study of history is in the lesson we learn as to the wisest methods oi dealing with the problems t f today from observa tlon and analysis which we make of the results flowing from the math ods tjsed in handling similar rob lems in the past And it there U one fact more emphatically taught than any other by our industrial history from the adoption of the Constitu lion until now it is that Industrial ruin has always followed free trade and that prosperity has invariably ac companied a protective tariff Amer ican Economist A Good Cough Medicine for Chrildren I have no hesitancy in recom mending Chamberlains Cough Remedy says E P Morgan a well known and popular baker of Peters burg Va We have given It to our children when troubled with bad coughs also whooping cough and It has always given perfect satisfac tion It was recommended to me by a druggist as the Lest cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful dlugsOld by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Preventing Smut in Oats Smut and rust have of recent years destroyed many crops of oats One writer tells how he has protected his oats Irom smut as follows I fear we made our first mistake of the season in waiting too long before sowing the oats This crop must have an early start We tried to make up for it by getting the other conditions right Oat smut has al ways injured the crop in former years This year we spread oats on the barn floor and wet them down with the formalin solution We used half a pint of formalin In about 60 qts of water and poured It on through a watering pot Then the oats were put in a pile and covered about two hours and spread out to dry I never tried it before but I have faith in It We ran the Acme over the fall plowed sod and put about three bushels of seed to the acre then harrowed and rolled Had it not been sod we would have used the Cutaway but I expected the roots of the oat to get down into that sod and find just the food they want in May and June Late in April we hcpe to put on nN trate of soda to quicken the oats a little We are not after grain but fod derExAn V Medicine for La Grippe George W Waltt of South Gardt neroMe says I have had the worst cough cold chills and grippe and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy Istbe only thing that has done any good whatever I have used oneBottle of it and the chills cold and grippe baye all lelt me Tcongratulate the manufactures of an honest medicine For sale by Z Wan iriffin Bro m J j v BENJAMIN HARRISON I i Career of the Dead Statesman fMember of a Remarka ble Family t Benjamin Harrison twenty third Pieeldent of the United States was bora at North Bend 0 on the 20th of August 1833 being the re ond son ofjohn Scott Harrison and his second wile Elizabeth daughter ot Archibald IrwIn of Pennsylvania In point of lipeage there has been few Presidents I who could trace their descent through such distinguished line of ancestor and with the exception of the Adams family his is the only one which has fernlahed two Presidents r of the name who attained 1 f1lstinction hi American history al I though they were prominent leaders lii Virginia a century before him was Us great grandfather Benjamin Harv risen of Virginia a descendant of the celebrated officer of the same name in the wars of Cromwell His family beat Berkley on the James river twentyfive miles below Richmond Is bee of the most noted colonial homes of that State He acted a conspicuous pint in the Revolutionary War and was one of the most active of that dare lug band who set the ball In motion lie represented Virginia in Congress h1774 75 and76 and declining the presidency of that body In the latter year upon the resignation oi his brotberin law Peyton Randolph nominated John Hancock for the po sitionHe was a signer of the Declaration Independence and chairman of the committee of the whole House when the Declaration was agreed to Afterward he was a member of the House of Delegates in the Legislature of Vir ginia and was Speaker until 1782 when he succeeded Gov Nelson as the executive ot the State It wJll thus be seen that the second Benjamin Harrison whose father was a member of Congress 1853 57 and a prominent politician in his day waithe fourth in descent in a family each generation of which contributed a member of distinction and Instance which finds few parallels in American historyi the consequence also showing advancement in honor and mental vigor rather than retrogression The younger Benjaraine Harrison received a good collegiate education at theI UrjlRHity of Oxford O t where he was graduated In 1853 and in the au tnmn of that year he married Caroline daughter of Dr John W Scott President of Oxfoid Female College from which she was graduated the previous yearAfter studying law In the office of Storer Gwynnc in Cincinnati he was admitted to the bar In 1854 and en tered upon the practice of the law in ludianapolis Ind which was thence forward his homeIIIIIS68 and 1872 he participated actively in the presidential canvass forI Gen Grant stumping the State thoroughly and becoming widely known for his ability as a speaker In IS76I having first declined he was niter ward prevailed upon to accept the R s publican nomination for Governor but was defeated by a small majority leading all the other candidates on the State ticket The vigor of his canvass and the national interest which it excited secured for him something more than a State reputa tion This race together with hiliI services as chairman of the Indiana delegation In the National Convention of iSSo which nominated James At Garfield for President brought himI conspicuously before the country Upon the election of Sarfield heI was tendered by him a place in the Cabinet bnt declined the offer pre letting election as United States Sen ator for which place he was chosen and served the term from 1891 to IS86IUpon taking his seatIn the Senate it was not long before Gen Harrison was accorded In the estimation of his party a conspicuous place in its lead ersblp and during the greater part of his tim he took a prominent part in the debates upon all the most Impor taut questions He vigorously op posed Mr Clevelands vetoes ot pen sion bills was an advocate ofahlfh protective tariff and before the expir ation ot his term was freely mention ed as a leading prospective candidate for President In the meantime he had been delegate at large to the Chicago convention of June 1884 I which nominated James G Blaine and took a conspicuous part In ItsI proceedings snowing by his devotion to Mr Blames Interest his gratitude which proved valuable four years laterntering upon his Administration March 4 1889 with James G Blaine ae his premier he was at the start confronted with several complicated J questions conspicuous among which I Will a pending controversy with Great fllaealllinonce manliested during the term all I trouble was averted and the amicable I relations with Eoglsng strengthened p 5 EXPRIME MINISTEROF ISLANDS Commends Peruna to His Friends as a Positive Catarrh Remedy lion celso ottr Moreno EzPrlme Minister of Hawaii The non CeUoCraar Moreno ex PrIme Minister of Hawaii and projector of knownItalianIclneCoheaayaI your great national catarrh cure Peruna to my frIends throughout the country as a sate reliable medicine I know of no other tonic that will build a person up as wellas Peruna ft Is a positive cure for the universal disease catarrh and those who wIll try this remarkable medicine will find a sure Very respectfully Celsocurer The Administration was also signal Ized by several events of national im portance such as the PanAmerican congress brought about chiefly through the effoits of Mr Blame and the passage of what was known as the McKinley Tariff Bill The States of North Dakota South Dakota Washington Montana Idaho and Wyoming were admitted durlug Gen Harrisons term and the reorganization of the navy begun by Mr Clevelands first Administration was continued vigorously Upon the whole it may be said that President Harrison retired Irom his Administration with the respect of the good men of all parties It was characterized by a force which evl deuce a watchful energy and intellect nat ability and was felt In all Its department s It was said that so thor ough was his knowledge ol the de tails of the business in each he could discharge the duties of any of his sec retaries as well as It Is known that he did in the correspondence at a crit- Ical time which arose between Chili and the United States during the ill health of Mr Blaine Secretary of State In 1892 be was re nominated at Minneapolis by the National Republican Convention but was defeated for re election by Mr Cleveland Near the close of his Administration October 25 1892 Gen Harrison had the misfortune to lose by death his wife who by her Intellectual awl so 1 graces had contributed so essentially to the success of his political fortunes and of his Administration Their children who survive are Rus the only son who was until late ly a Major of volunteers and Mary now Mrs Robert J McKee whose husband is a New York mcrchatt Several years alter the death of Mrs Harrison the ex President married Mrs Mary Lord Dlmmlck a niece of his first wile who with one daughter aged six years survives him You can be cheerful and happy only when you are well It you feel out of sorts take Herblne It will brace you up Price 50 cents J II Williams m CASTOnABeau dtIM Kind Yin Hate Alwairt Ml Bear f4oo1Jfl v Cabbage- A few years ago it was customary for nnny farmers to start catbtge plants in the hotbed antI some others in cold frames similar to the hotbed but without bottom heat rowing the seed in the fall and when plants were about the usual size for tiansplantlrg they were held ebaut at that condition all winter and removed to the open ground in the spring If well kEpt theywere thought to prove betttr than those stalled in the hothouse or hotbed But this method has very much gone out of favor The cold frame needed too much care It mutt be opened and ventilated when weath er woud allow that the plants might Wltltersnows the sashes must be with mats or boards and coveredI both to prevent the weight L f t i snow from breaking the glass and to prevent them from freezing too much for while a little freeze wonld do ap harm if they froze hard or remained so too long they were found to have a liability to throw np seed stalks in stead of making heads The same trouble is something found when plants get chilled In the hotbed or after setting out ot doors but it does not occur as frequently as it used to when they were wintered in the cold frames The general tendency of the larger gardeners has been toward a larger use of the glass house in which they grow three or four crops In a sea son including such as can be grown In the summer season with doors op en and perhaps the glass whitewashed to give a shade to the plants To allay pains subdue Inflammation heal foul ulcers the most satis factory results are obtained by using Ballards Snow Liniment Price 25 and 50 cents J II Williams m a It OjJVST03ClXua Bun tlilbs Kiud Yci Rhif Jaays Bought Blputsr 1141Dt Z In Memory- Of my uncle Mr Stephen Williams who died March 6 1901 aged fifty two years three months and fourteen days his remaines were taken to Wal tons Creek church for burial after funeral services which were conduct ed by Rev G H Lawrence He leaves a wife and three children and a host of sympathizing friends and rela tives to mourn his departure He was a well deserving Christian man and will be greatly missed In the church The knowedge of the fact that the parting is not final but a short time and we too shall have to pay the common debt Dear wife and little children weep not for husband and father for he is resting in Jesus arms where patting and trouble never WuhlngtoIMj oldosdaughter Malta daUoytirlacurcdof Peruna When she began totik- Perunawehad to gonpcloietobo veryloud hearAltertskfng onehalf dozen bottlesof Parana sue can hear you In any part of the room She can hear an ordinary con versation Thousands of people have ca tarrh who would be surprised to know it because Itliasbeen called some other name than catarrh The fact is catarrh Is catarrh wherever located and another fact which is of equallygreat 1m portance that Peruna cures ca tarrh wherever located Catarrh Is an American disease Fully onehalf of the people lire afflicted more or less with It In some form Previous to the dis covery of Peruna catarrh was considered well nigh Incurable Since the introduction of Peruna to the medical profession thousands of cases are curedannually Mr WM Holland cf Hartwall Qa proprietor of the Harwell Tin Works writes of Verona aa follows t thebenofitswin terof 1899 mywelgbtw88 UGponnd I used several bottles during the winter and now weigh 311 myfriendsIf I had been lucky enough tohave seen It several years Pemna would huesaved me much inconvenience I can thebenefitsremedy MymotherhasalaobeenwoD lerfully benefited by your valuable remedy t Address The Peruna Medicine Gx Columbus 0 for free catarrh book comes but all is happiness Jesus thought it best to call his spirit home from this troublesome world Weep not but think of that time when we shall meet him In heaven It was sad to give him up we know but we must look to God who doeth all things well MYRT- lEpp THE NEW YORK WORLD TnriceaWeek Edition Air most a Daily at the price of a Weekly The Presidential campaign ii orw but the world KOM on lust th lane and It li tall otnewi To lenrc this newt lot ne It U prompt and Impartially 11 that you bat to do U to look In the columns of ThffThrlcealVwk Edition ot the Kw York World which mow to the sub crllwr 1W time a year ThTbrlWk World dflignce aoapbIL- oher of Seat newt has given It circulation wherever the EnglUh language U ipokra and you want It The ThrlcraWetk World regular mbcrlp tlon price lo 001Y f100 pr year We offer this nn xoaW newspaper and Tac nicrcnucK together on year for I1CO The regular inbecrlptlon price of the two paper le SJOO Lazy Livertroubled A treat dual with u torpid liver which produces corxllpa clalwIorthemarnithat I purchased another supply and irM com pletoljr cured lahaU onhybetooglsdtorec opportunityisS920 Suiquehanca Aye Philadelphia Pa CANDY CATHARTIC YfiAPIMASS MOtTIMO rietunt riUUbie IMtent Tut Good Ito t Good Never Sicken teaksz or Oripo tOe ibc tOe CONSTIPATION to IIdiCp Mss W1MA loa Tw- tun TOIAC Sold and urnteed by ill Ru IIltstoCV1tETobacf1abIL 1 t 4 jiiifI DRSKENNEDYKERGAN No other Medical Firm In the world has the established o caring j 1010 and VoneohaDr KAI It cole Their Ziw iictbod Twe tu went discovered and perfected tartbeM Eminent SpecIalIsts hie brotfbt joy- applnessaud J contort ts boau 4 of bomee years uperieace 1m the treatment disease s they lce to Cu e or No Bmle loan Nervous UutUllty Bypfilll VarlcoccU trlctur GleeS I Secret Urn Impotency buitl And Mental Waks Kid u iud flizadir Disease Tbdr guarantees are backed by Bank floods MENS LIFE BLOOD l You mayhave II secret drain tlitonh the rlnhaathe russo ftl Ur4 out Id tue You menotrnted oar kldiesve acll Jog test desponden- tie have no ambltioi Dont letyour Lit flood tx dralaed away Dr It AI iroaraateo to Care or no P- ayBLOOD POISONS7PhlUlbeeeoarreofmalllrtncl It not be a cetne to have It 7 be Inberlltcl 0 It to remain fe the ystem LIke lather like lion Beware of auercury and LotU treataicat Dn It ft K polttTily cars lbs want cases or no P- ayVARICOCELE STRICTUSE The Nw Metod Treatment cares thus dloeuM ufol tad suruly Ifo palDao aarlnwno cIaHon rolD uln lontrhkopertlcnafld rala oar usual organ The stricture Ussneis aboorbe4lIdcaIlDcrrelarll KII tguarantee CarOl Kidneys Bladder R DoatnetlcctyoarkUaejj Yonrachioybachtells thetall Dont let Doctors tl 011 I X can canyon If you are not beyond human aid HTheycaaraatcatoCnreorNoPay CORES GUARANTEED NO CURE NO PAY CoutiUottoa U Free Block seat Ysee sailed Write for Question Blank far llom Treatment DRS NNEDYKERGAN52uiT t 111 1 IT Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 29 JltS ROUERN Edlln- rms rxQ =c- norh n- sCbl 44 Illmd frldaut 6y tssHartordlve Co Mrponttd htmd dNatttotdpostoffcnssecosd chstmrlmatter REPUBLICAN TICKET For RpretentallyA- LA IN N IIEtMTT- forConntj JndRr FON HOGLK For County Court Clerk M NRAOLAN- IForVonnly Attorney n I1IEAVHIN For Mirrlll CAL 1 KEOWX- FarHchaol Knperlnlrndrnt JAM EN IIEWEESE For rAJIr TI10MAH II BLACK For Auuor- BASI LOW- SForNurreyar JOHN IL WOUI For Coroner BEN L DAVIS THE OLD STORY We presume that Mr Benton desires to renew the scrap of 99 since he quotes an article of ours writ ten just after the election in that year anti when he and his party leaders were preparing the public mind for the legielature to come along and declare the votes of the people null and the man they elected to have been defeated Most Democrats are ashamed of the acts oi their party leaden in this State during the last few years Especially the more en lightened and intelligent but since this modern pseudonymous editor finds no place to bury his prattlingi IlInd the hatchet he will find a readycombattant in his old antagon iJ The anonymous Benton clips the following editorial from TilE RE PUBLICAN and applies it in his juve nile manner to the uccesful caudi dates before the recent primary This latterday Democracy claims that Republicans and hneat Demo crats stole the election If the Re publicans did steal the election the Democrats having control of ever precinct in the State as they dW then they ihe Democrat should be manly enough to shut their heads and lay nothing II one party be so much the wiser that it can beat auotbe which has every advantage without exception then the party beaten is not wise enough to administer the af fairs of Stale and should tint be trust ed by the people- It will be remembered that in 1899 after the leaders of the Democratic party had legislated a law into exist ence that gave that party the com plele contn1 of the eutire election machinery in the State that created- a State Board of Election Commissioners composed ot three nominal Democrats but who were creatures ul evil design for an evil purpose that this board appointed 119 eubnlinaU or county boards composed of two Democrats each and in w rne in stances three which appniniul every officer throughout the Smte in tho election ofUU Under tlc circum stances an election was held to chose State dlficers which resulted in the defeat of the entire Dew crake ticket by msjurities ranging at less than 3000 voter It will also be remem bered that the candidate tar Governor said at McHenry The other fel lows may do the voting but we Dem ousts will do the counting I urn going to be Governor That other Democratic orators oflercit bet their souls salvation against a counterfoil penny that if any stealing was done the Republicans would not do it Notwithstanding the fact that ev ery element of chance for Repub lican victory had been removed by this election regulator that these assertions were breathed upon the ears of rational Kentuckiane that these fellows were overwhelmingly defeated and when defeat came the cry of fraudwas hurled from the Pur chase to Sandy by the urge and the small fry journals The visible and acknowledged advantages of the Dem ocratic party and the unparalleled sertions of ita leaders inspired the above article The ri Uculicity at the charge of fraud that the Repub licana should have committed was so apparent that the idea tame to us as- a most absurd proposition and it Benton desires to go dig up these unparalleled acts of the party for vlici ho h supposed to speak we will kindly assist in the matter TilE COMMITTEES REPORT l The investigating committee ap pointed by Judge Barker to Inquire iiito the profesalwul mitconduc brought against Mr It C Kinkead by the Governor of Kentucky in the Ed Alvey pardon has made its report It is a most exhaustive report Made only aver a very laborious in veniiniion of the case under the charge ofa committee composed wholly of honorable Democrats So grave wire the charges of young Beckham against the prosecuting attorney and the Judge In the Alvey case that an investigatien of his con duct was demanded by Mr Kinkead which was right and just And to the delight of all true Kentuckians this investigation has completely ex onerated the Judge andattorney and paced the blame right where it belongs It is demonstrative of the fact that Mr Beckham is using the executive clemency to shield and pro tct the criminal classes and especially the gambling class The charges against the prosecu don of Ed Alvey were most shame ful The Governor charged that it was the most barefaced and inex curable case of judicial and political persecution that has ever come before my notice Notwithstanding this thrust the investigating committee all Democratsand the Bar Associa tion Cammittee of Louisville have labored diligently in investigating this charge and the evidence shows that not one time in the record before the Gjvernor was any allusion made to Alveya politics or anyone else then why should the Governor refur to this case as one of barefaced and inexcusible political persecution hue Stranger still knowing these facts why should the Democracy of Ohio county declare in their platform that We endorse and commend to tha voters of this county the wire conservatism and to tbe peoples Interest administration of Governor BeckhamAs the infamous bargain of Kinkead in procuring evidence to convict King Alvey the committee iaa this to say Wo are unable to perceive in this any element ofa corrupt or infamous bargain It waa the exercise and it teems to us aI proper exercise of adiecretion vested by law in the Prosecuting Attorney ill criminal cues If there had been a bargain to obtain evidence out of the ordinary is it not logic to con clude that a committee of five leading Democrats of Louisville would have found this irregularity To u it seems but reasonable to conclude that theywould The most logical con clusion of the whole matter to us In this Mr Beckham was obligated to favor Ed Alveythe gamblerby reason of political favors rendered in the recent State elections and with out considering the cost of such a highhanded and unholy course of proceedure the pardon was granted Tire committee in concluding its reo put thus exonerates Mr Kinkead In conclusion while not assuming in any way to criticize the action ot the Governor in pardoning Ed Alvey which would be beyond tbe province ot our investigation we feel constrain ed to say in clear and unmistakable terms that neither the record before tbe Governor nor any evidence at tamable by us reveals anything in tbe conduct ot Mr Kinkead which is inconsistent with personal and professional honor1 OUR Beaver Dam observer gives us a bit of good information in a let ter to TilE REPUHUCAK He says that there are two members of the Democratic ticket that are perpet ual officeseeker that be does not know so much about the rest of the ticket but in the main justifies R B Martin in his statement that it is an i fliceseeking horde of politicians against the people He says that Judge Miller left the Republican parry because he could get no office that he was a standing candidate while in the Peoples party and until a fusion blast blew him into the County Judgeship and that he is still a run ning candidate He also gives us some valuable information concern ing Mr Smith the Democratic nom nee lor Clerk He says that Mr Smith was elected Sheriff two terms Clerk two terms Representative one term appointed Assistant Doorkeeper of Congress was for some time trustee of tbe jury fund In all about eighteen years in office and re celving about 45000 In addition to this Observer we understand that be was Constable loug ago when that office was very reuumerativo and was Deputy Sheriff for sometime In the light of these facts we do understand upon what grounds 1Ir1 Smithcould ask another four years official favor Il the citizens who heard that speaker in the Democratic Mass Convention say The brains and money of the Ohio county citizenry are in the Democratic ranks could have seen suid speaker during thu recent days when justice was being weighed out to men in Hartford they would have wondered where the inttllgeuce had fled to There is not a tair sen leblo gentleman in any parly that vill claim that alt the intelligence or the filthy gold belongs to his orgiui zation We unhesitatingly assert that there are just as much brains in the Republicau patty of Ohio county as any other organization of men- One thing of which we can boast f that is forbidden our Democratic brethren and that is we are wllliDg to submit to majority rule We believe that when men are elected by the people that they should hold their offices for the period of years allotted by the Constitution and this too is denied the bosses ot the Democratic party May we not with perfect accord ask where are tbe brains ate A MONO the corporations that were indicted by Franklin county grand jury is our own local Telephone Company The only ofleuse of which Its managers are charged is failing to report to the Auditor which tJfIeDae 1s purely a matter of oversight The Telephone Company is giving excellent service to is patrons although it Is in its infancyso to speak The imposition of tbe fine would be a greater burden than it is able to meet and since the oflenso is so very small and tbe value and convenience of the phone are so highly appreciated by the people of Ohio and adjoining counties it would be but right that this indictment bedismbsediiud in the event the court should not grant this favorl the Governor would have the unanimous approval of tbe citizens of this section of Kentucky in exercising his power in the case We sincere hope that this matter may be adjusted and the phone company will he allowed to pursue its course until every farm house has one of its boxes COLLECTOR E T Franks Owens boro has appointed Judge R R Wedding to be a member of tbe Internal Reventue corps He has been assigned to the John Ilinnings sour mash distillery in Owensboro and will go on duty Monday This appoint ment is one that will meet tbe hearty approbAtion of all with thanks to Mr Franks for the recognition of one of- Ohio countys oldest and truest Republicans Judge Wedding has been a lifelong Republican and is fully meritous of the lucrative position to which he has just been elevated Ohio countynow has five of her oldest members oi the Republican party in the Revenue service Messrs D L Smith Jas A Park John H Thomas E B Allen and R R Wedding These appointments are all due to the fitness and qualification of our citizens for the work which MrFranks has not been slow in recognizing The Republicans ot this county are under many obligations to Collector Franks for the courtesy shown the party servants and for them we extend to him our most cordial thanks TilE rooster is still withheld from the Democratic ticket in the IJeral Benton seems to think the top line Las something to do witlyd When those calling themselves the Democratic nominees face the battl e in the open they will conclude as for them theywill never be on top But really why should the old bllli stand back so embarrassed Echo he tried the head of tbe ticket iu 97 and has been sick ever since TimE Powers and Howard ClUes pending in the Court of Appeal were reversed yesterday on incompe tent evidence and erroneous instruction This was expected by everyone for those were the mrst dastardly and partizin trials recorded in history IF one gambler is pardoned bcaui e there are still others in the professIOn who have not been prosecuted would it not be consistent for the Governor r to pardon all murderers and other criminals It wouldnt eh JAPAN and Russia are on the eve ot- war Japan is quite a small couutr compared with Russia but she whip lied China before breakfast and wh knows but that she would do the Bear THE head ot the Democratic ticks will have a splendid opportunity tn stamp his associates hard and long since he has hu foot on the neck 01 that organization IT is moved by Beckham and6ec ended by the bosses of Ohio county democracy that all gamblers shout bo pardoned Thoso favoring thE proposition IY81 FUNSTON made his name immortal by capturing Aguinaldo last Saturdy and the act will go down in history- as the most daring deedof that noblE Kansan TimE latest news from the nursery is that competition is demanded 1 n gambling especially in Louisville TENNESSEE is having trouble of hel own just now over a new Constitutional convention IP the Democratic Wade should bE elected Jailer he would understan hisjob1 Dins NATION eeems to tiara buried her hatchet and with it herself PHESIUENT McKinley is soon te make a tour of the United States LOUISVILLE seems to be the objec of young Beckbams vcngence The colored Republicans rf MrHen ry and Render organized a Republl- can Club at their school house las t Friday night to be known as McKin v ley nnd Roosevelt Club by electiu g Calvin Batrelt President 1hos Ren der Secj Thos McReynolds Ast Secy Chas Wash Trens will meet monthly Rev G W Drane ad dressed the club urging the voters to see t it that tbe entire Republican ticket to voted for by them as a vote in any other direction is a vote thrown away A rich lady cured of her dfOffnsell aud noises in the head by Dr NIchol sons Artificial Ear Drums gave IO 000 to his Institute fo that deaf peo file unable to procure the Er Drums my have them tree Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 78o Eighth Avenue New York- SMALLIIOUSE KY Mmch 25 Uitd at the borne tf Mr Frank M Allen Mable Cox in font daughter of Orlando Cox March the 2 ist ot whooping cough Deceased was granddaughter of Mr AI len The remains were laid to rest the following day in the Walton Creek burying ground beside her motherThe residence ol Mr F M Allen cane near being consumed by flit Thntday while the fxinlly were ab senUtending the burial The names were discovered by Mrs Alva Callow away Mrs James Calloway and Miss Sallle Cummings who put the tlrt out Two of them carried water while the other one climbed on top ol the house and put out the fire Who can beat that for bravery there was but one man in the little village and he got there after the fire was put outMiss Sallie Cummings has gone to Evansville for n supply ot goods and millineryMrs Cnlloway Center town Is visiting her sister Mrs Alva Callow ayMrs Ben Ross is quite illat this writingMrs W Barnard who has been quite ill for some time is thought to be some better Mary DUllard laughter of Mr T R Barnard who has been quite ill the past week of wooping cough is betterRev Edgar D Maddox filled his regular appointment at the Small home Baptist church Saturday hi was accompanied to church on Sun day by his father Rev D J K Mad dox who preached a good sermon to an appreciatlva audience Mr Clark Iglehearts joungestchll has cry cipelas Mrs George Reid Is also quite ill How Is This We ofler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh tbatcan not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toledo OhioWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation madi by their firm West frusx Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Walding Kinnan Marvin Whole sle Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ol thesys tern Price 75c per bottle Sold ball druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best h A Card to the Editor bEDA Kv Mar 25 1931 Mr Ion Rogers Hartford Ky My Dear Sir I want tro congratulate you on those recent editorial In TIm CODledI I tongueIsThen you have a bad taste in your mouth every appetiteisl tresses you You have frequent headaches and YourIconstipated Theres an old and reliable cure Ayer PillDont take a cathartic dose and then stop Bet ter take a laxative dose each night just enough to cause one good free move 1 followingYou very next day Your yourIheadaches pass your tongue clears your liver acts well and your bowels no longer give you trouble Price 23 ctnti All druIUt I here taken mil tor SS rear awl 1 consider them tho betOne pill dory me more rood kindLays I MriNETALBOT eJUrchJUlWj ArrlDgton Kan T RKlDDMCAN and in doing this I be- lIevE I voice the unanimous sentiment of the Republicans ol this county When I lead your editorials on 96 99 1901 and 97 98i9 o I was more than pleated with the truth they told I have been expecting you to produce one tf Jupge Millera cards of 97 along side ol his card ot confession but you know best1 only suggest thlll thinking that you might have overlooked this point As seven months tune intervene between now and the election you wilt have ample time to scrape up nil the questions ot interest and this the public will esptct ol you judging from what you have done heretofore Do all you can for the success tit the ticket and we are sure ol victory With best wishes I am very truly yours W We sincerely thank our esteemed Beda friend for his kind suggestion with the assurance that a little later on his request will be granted Ed The result ol an over Indulgence in foodor drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of Heiblne Price 50 cents J II Williams m Black Diamond Will stand at my stable near Small house the present season ol 1911 and will serve mares at S6 oo to insure a mare with foal Money due when facts are ascertained or mare trans ferred mack Diamond Is IaU hands high a beantilnl black with mealy points four years old and owned by F M Allen Smallhouse Ky 3tf The Kidneys and the Skin In the spring the kidneys have much to do If they are weak or tor pld they will not do it well and the skin will be pimply or blotchy That is telling the story iu a few words Holds Sarsaparilla strengthens and stimulates Ihe kidneys cUIes and pre vents pimples blotches and all cntan eons eruptions Dont tall to take it Buy a bottle to day Mrs C B VanDeusen of Kit bourn Wis was afflicted with atom ach trouble and constipation for a longtime She say s I htve tried many preparations but none have done me the good that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have These Tablets are fur fate at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drug store Price t5 ents Samples free m Shamrocks Thirty Days in Stockholm- I am inclined to believe that during my thirty days in Stockholm I learned more of its historypast and present than man had ever learned before in the same length of time ot any community under the sun I am indebted fur this wealth ot information chiefly to Uncle Lisa a typical mountaineer who superintends the production ol spirits at the Stockholm distillery To Uncle Lias the world is bounded on the North by Louisville and on the South East and West by the Stockholm horizon And he has not yet heard oi the fall oi the Roman Empire nor of the death ot the exiled Napoleon but in local lore he is a prodigy For thirty days I was an interested auditor of this must obliging disseminator of local history This good beuted old mountaineer told me many interesting stories ot mountain life but I was chit fly inter ested in his ktoriescf moon lJlnlng in which occupation he was engaged for a quarter of a century The reader shouldinot conclude that the army ol moonshiners or opera tors of illicit distilleries in the moon tains ol Kentucky whose suppression las given tbe United States Marshall sa much trouble ore a lot of vicious criminas ThtY ate as a rule neither better nor worse than their neighbors It would perlnps assist the reader ton better understanding of this matter to explain that drinking is well nigh a universal custom among mountain people The fact that they do noun dulge to excess as do the people ol more favored sections makes the hab It more respectable among these peo pie and this fact probably accounts in some measure for the nearly universal drink habit and when the United States Government imposed a tax upon distilled spirits and also upon their production the mountains were full of small distllleiUs which pro duced tram five to ten gallons of tpir t Its per day The government would not until a few veats ago Irealiz a distillery producing less than twenty gallon per day- Hundreds of there mountaineers knew no other buslnrsi but the distil atlon ot spirits they owned their din illery property which too small to produce the quantity squired by law was wntlhlesK fur any other purpose and they were not educated In the equity of the law that levied so une qually the burden ol taxation lorm thus premises the reader can conclude be difficulty of suppressing shining- in the mountain Uncle Lia wax raised in n distill cry When the tax was imposed back In the sixties he owned a distilling ul fit It was ton small to reziUer It was worthless lor any other pur oce He did not feel like pitching it Into tIe river to he went to moon shIning I was stillln at the time they made I the law said Uncle Lisa but didnt bear flJ for about two years l kipon like the other boys sai it was moren four years fore I seed a marshal One day A ole fulltr with egged clothes on an a gun on I his shoulder an three tqulrrels in a ORi ABID r LiLERS I Sore and Ulccru never become chronic unless the blood is iu f condition it Ilugih weak and unable to throw of Clue poisons that accuMulate in it The system trust be relievedof t unhealthy matter the sore amt reat danger J Islhc11temlug and invigorating the blood building l ItIall murhld efrtematter UPON THE SYSTEM Jcbtrgeulcer heals Ills y Indolent sores to grow worse and worse- andeventuallytodeatroythebones I pplicationinwble to some extent te cannot i each the teat of the trouble 555 does and no matter how apparently your condition even your constitution has broken down it will bting relief when nothing else can It supplies the rich blood to heal the sore and nourish the debilitated dleascd body Sir 1 N Talbtrt Lock Jlofromthexneeio- thefootwutmesonidsoft 110010 U1I1 verslphfdctans Spriggsbuttdllttudtiromplcteeurt Ibavebecapen welt man ever SSSIstheonlypurelltg I odd to rather than relieve your sufferings If your flesh does not readily when scratched bruised or Is in bad condition and any ordinary sore- is to become chronic Send for our free book and write our ihysidans about your case We make no chance this service THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA his band come along where I was itillin an proposed to roats the iqulr rels in tny furnace He said he had jilt moved into the neighborhood nn wanted to neighbor with me lie termed so friendly I just tuck upwith him tight along When we went to skin the tquirrIs he said hed show Me n new way to skin em like they done it up in Ferglnny where be come from He split a skin across the back an said wed just take bolt with both hans with our bacia together an when he Hive the word wed both jkan the hide bead an felt would all come off I was keen to learn this new plan for rqtiirrels were plenty here them days I tuck holt jUt like le told me an was wnitin for him to give the word to jerk but be jtrkcd first an jrked a pair ol bancufls on iiy wrists I knowcd what was up then but it wasnt no use to kick I jot two months that time but Nance kep the still tunnln while Is gone You knowed Bill King that uster live at Hartlord didnt 0011 sins tvered in tbe affirmative If you ever fee him agin you jot ast him il Uncle Lias hud good use ol his legs about twenty years ago Ran you did eh I commented No I Tew King thought he was liter John McIntyre n shiner who had killed one marshal nn he fired at me every jump lie told tbe bays afterward thnt hed a killed me but I outrun his bullets King run me nother time too said Uncle Lias but I git the tart of him that time Mywife reed I iiu comin nn blowcd the dinner horn an I ftkeedkdfUed I In moonshinin days when roe nude our last run at closing down the neighbors come In an everybody had a spree at the stiller expense an the bays would inquire ahead when we was gbin to make our last run The time Im upenlin ot runnln from King I was sorter taken my time an I met a couple i ftIer who was allus buyln liquor from me on credid and never payin and thy- Rst me when I was goin to make uiy last run I tout till I was makin it then Gospel truth too but they took it literal au went to the still house an as the fire was up Ihey pitched In to ttirrln off for me The tour monts them two fellers was in the Lcnijville j oil for shinln I was lit home rnakin away SHAMROCK t R T Collins Leads Them All rIKnowing hOW and where to buy Spring Goods wo havoiflist ixtturncd from tho East where wo purchased of goods of every description Wo saved money bttiying right nnd vo nro going to give you tho benefit of ur experience by giving you Better GOOdS and Lower Prices him any other store in tho county Wo menu just what wo t S say Our store is full of Now Goods and nil wo ask is that IOU givo us n call BeloW wo mention onln few of thoiJtinny articles which compose our immense stock 1 1 Summer Wash Goods- A big variety of Lawns Dimities kististMe L Alston Jaconet Ginghams Piques Percalu Organdletetc Yuu can get something that will suit you Curtains livery woman should make her oine bright and you cannot do this better than by turnikhtng yonr room witha vet of Lace Curtains or Scrim All new patterns In fancy or plain Table Linens We buy our Linens from the best house direct and do not pay Jobbers prices We give you the benefit of our DIRECT purchases and save you money by doing so See our line ot Table Linen Shirts See our Shirts Compare the prices Examine the goods Look at the Styles See how they are made Buy a pair youll be satisfied We have a big stock to select from Laces and Embroideries Make a dress look more attractive than anything else and on that ac count we have purchased an extra large line to select from We have the Daintiest and the Bes- tUnderwear Our utocV is complete We can suit youall colors and sizes for both men and women Oar line of Hosiery is good They are in tat colors and do not fide like the cheap ones you get and pay a price for good ones Dress Goods i We have the prettiest line of Dress Goods that was ever shown in the city All upto date in the latest and nearest patterns Hats New Patterns new Shades in fact all the latest things In Hats See our Millinery notice below Shoes We are the leader In this line We are showing the best assortment ever seen in Hartford Have Ladles a Mens and Misses Shoes in the latest styles and pattern 1901 Crashes and Towels Anything in this line you can get here Prices from sc to fl oo a pair Our fr 00 Towels are equal to any f2 50 Towels In the world asFurnishings Dont forget we have the moat com yBlindscloths and everything else you era likely to need Millinery Our Milliner has been In the nut for tbe put lew weeks and has pan chased the most extensive and com plete stock ever brought to Hartford We only uk you to call and see tbe stock Call on as If you want a Dew Hat or an old one trimmed in the lat est style and that Is where we get ahead ofour competitors fact we dunt have much competition in this line for everybody who wants a new Hat trimmed correctly gets our MIL liner to do the Trimming Our Big Spring Opening IWill take place Saturday March 30 and we cordially invito everybody to tall Mud see our stock Yours truly R T CollillsvI rr rrrrrlr r r S An Expensive U Tip S- isI10 the one which you cut off andithrowaway every time that you = smoke a Five Cent cigar rheres nearly as much in = end as all the rest of the cigar and yet everyman who buys a cigar cuts it and throws it away get U all you pay for when you smoke 5 OldVirginia Cheroots = Three hundred million Old Virginia Cerootlllllo cd tali = fjpj year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents T 4 00 YOU WANT MACHINERY For Threshing Machinery jvw Mills Huy Tresses Wind Mills Well Pumps GUARANTEED tiny Bulo Ties Coilwivo Grato Bare Pipp Fittings Engino and Boilor Trimhnngs s etc 1 T d t Call on tMoHenrjr Mf cftMaoh COia McHonrJKY j n +y Watch the Trade Winds i NOW BLOWING TOWARDS THE PEOPLES jftFAVORrrI TRADING PLACE tJOurBuyer has just returned from tho East where ho pur n largo and won selected lino of POPULAR PRICED j qsooda that arc greatly admired hnlJ for their cheapness and beauty Woolen Dress Goods mid Silks50inch allwool homespuns 1 in light gray and castor n good 1 quality for 75c 38inch allwool Yoni inn in gray castor ttnd stone shades 50c per yard Regular 05c quality Lusters in black navy and gray nothing hotter for n sum mer Skirt SOc G5c and 1 n yard Wo are showing a nico linoof colors in Flannel Wash Silks k nothing liko them for durability 10 inches wide at 1a yd i Also n lino of Corded Silks in nllspring shapes for waists nt 11 yard- Complete assortment spring shades in Taffetas at 7oc Satins in uU shades at 75c Applique Allovcrs and Applique Insertion both of which are popular for dress trimmings Wash Dress GoodsNo line in Hartford equals ours in I price and quality Remember they are not High Priced GOOdS but are big values in reach of all Our lino of Gc wash fabric will compare favorbly withour J competitors 8c and our 8c qualities are as good as their lOc Our lOc goods of which wo have n linothat would bo a cred it to any stock are as nice in quality as most 15c goods Our lino of Pongees exact patterns of Foulard Silks at 25e per yard Nothing nicer for whole suits or waists efMILLINERY DEPARTMENT Tho ladies are so well acquainted with our urtodateness in this department that its hardly worthwhile to advertise it Wo merely want to tell you that our Opening will bo Saturday and that you and your friends aro cordially invit ed to como and see if wo dont outdo ourselves 1j S= RKM EMBER WE HAVE BARGAINS EVERYDAY IN VARY DEPARTMENT The New Goods and Cheap Goods are Always Found at Hartfords Bargain House Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 29 Illinois Control RallroadTlmo Table 14 Kw tlm nnl tiiklw feast 5aodoj Qte t 4fcM t loon Nvrlh Hound Nnnih Ilnnmt No 132dnkTam YoHIdaellalnm mfLoral Frtlplda- A Nollldnreoae NoleldesLJapm- x16 VA uftEa AKTUI nIl tta lm FUR MAUlftTRATE W an nthorliM to tnioun H B Taylor Anbte rdtalmillet1oojchutefait tomoIl Utpibllcaa party W nra Mthorltrd to unDonnn taro a Marlin I Ana candMnU tar NaaltratInthe Cromwell kUcUtnUl Hwtrlrtaobaect to the action ol the Ktpiblkai party i ISOS CURE FOR ft lIiITt yiUVffTVllll oea wash Ds- sb rugpa Jhtdra CONSUMPTION Miss Willie Smith has pneumonia See Keowns Fertilizer before pur chasing elsewhere If it is flour you want go to John R Phlpps and Ret it Mr Wm Weiterfield Hiflln called to see us Wednesday Mr Sam Cox and mother were In Owensboro Satutday Popcorn hot buttered Popcorn s nice at the Singer Office Master Roy Heavrin brother of Mr M I Heavrin his measles Hot Popcorn and Peanuts constantly on had at the SJer Office Mr J F Southard Mcllrnry yeas 1r a pleasant caller Wednesday If you want hardware the place It find it liit John R PhilIPS Messrs Luther and Charlie Rogers Balzetown called to serous yesterday I Mr IlTeavibuwent to Hop klnaville yesterday on legal business T Just to dczen Ladles Kid Gloves a 75 cents These are the fl kind- tRSON Si Co sneer fOne DOSj Hoods Pills fAndtake i dose from 1 to J pllli Your will he surprised at how easily they winao tbklrworkr cure your headache and biliousness retina the againY3ceutasoldbyallmedldaedealen fit r I Seed Irish Potatoes Onion Sets Onions andFullLine CiI 0C B HIESAt CARSON BROS Dr K B Pcndeltoa was in Rosinr yesterday Mr Felix Shaver Beda called to I see us Tuesday Mr Jas II Scott oi Prentls called to see us Monday I The Y M C A will entertain atI college hall tonight Mr Ben P Rial Rosin is thoughtI to be dangerously ill Mr W R Carson Beda was among our callers Monday Mrs J B Foster speut last week I visiting in Louisville Mr L T Barnards eldest boy has a rerious attack ot pneumonia its Fertilizer you want the place Ill it is John K Keowns Try that delicious buttered popcorn I at the Singer dffice So nice Miss Bertha Pool Rockport Ind is visiting Mrs Clarence Funk Mr L M Render Louisville visl ted relatives in Hartford Sunday Everybody needs Shirts We have I them CARSON Co Mr W H PetrieSprlngfieldTenn Is the guest of his lather Rev J C Petrie Do you know that Gross Williams will sell you a Sewing Machine from 500 up Misses Lucy and Katie Lawton Biclcnell InJ are visiting their aunt Mrs Lucy Klein John R Phipps haa everything kept in a first class hardware store Give him a call Miss Juliet Thomas has gone to Ca diz Ky to work in the millinery business this spring We regret to learn that Rev l II May pastor of the colored Baptist church here is lying very low M SouthCarrollton with nervous pro tra liont Hurrah Hurrabl Hurrah here is your Fertilizer bent corn grower in the wr rld Itll going to thou who come first JOHN G KEOWM We can stait a young mnn or lady In the Southern Normal College at Bowling Green mighty cheap Call and get our scholarship and go to school Mr Chas R Louisville representing Co1U lsweelclyWRsln town Wednesday and made Tint Rn PUBLICAN a pleasant call Colliers Weeklfis afine illustrated Journal = whjchfvery household should have IN THE WINTER Bintoni Platter fc Papa H liO For coughs and colds Benson Porous Plasters Ne an Incomparably boiler rem edy or internal Their medicproperties enter the akin to On teat oftht dtieauThey reline and ours a cited cold ttingtheseats Bensons Plasters are m idletnal In the hlghet degree and qulakeet to act Placed on the cheat or back or on both at once in serious case the good effect ii felt immediately The congestion yields the improitLung poeaIbleulferingBauson Platters are immeasurably in parlor to Belladonna Strengthening Cap plutertormmenU liniment and salves yJsMghatdruggistsheretrustworthy household remedies For sale by all druggists or We will Prepay pottage on any number ordered In the United States on receipt of 25c each Be sure you Ret the genuine Accept no imitation or snbotltnta- Soaboiy to Johnson Mg Chemists KT Mr Fon Rogers has la grippe Mr Jn C Riley acd son Wallace are in Owensboro Mr Volney Taylor Oklahoma was In town Wednesday Mr A C Taylor and wife are vis iting in DavleM county We are glad to see Sheriff Stevens out again after a long illness Mr J E Davidson is confined to his room on account ol stomach trouble The colored Republicans of this voting precinct will organize a club to night Mr J L Klein is with his friends again niter an extended visit to rela tives in Indiana and Illinois Messrs LA W Carson Htfln and Elmer Barnard Beaver Dam were pleasantjcallers Monday Mrs B B Collins was called to Ro sine yesterday to be at the bedside of her tick brother Mr Ben Rial Mr Dee Render and family left Mcnd4y for Fort Worth Texas where they will make their future home We have just opened a fine assort ment oi Percale Ginghams and mer cerized Ginghams CARSON Co- Ve have just opened up the finest line ol Dress Goods that was ever shown in Hartford CARSON Co Miss Maymae Pewter Mt Sterling has charge of Carson Cos millinery department She arrived Saturday ATTENTION FARMERS I have just received a car load ol the best grade Fertilizer and its all for you Come and see JOHN G KnOWN Messrs S T Cook Banock and M C Cook Arnold made us a very pleasant call Wednesday while in town Mr Prank Pierce the Cumberland Exchange Manager has resigned bis position and will leave first of the month Mrs J L Rogers Greenville has been quite sick for several week She was thought to be convalescent when last heard from The Y M C A Meetings Saturday night and Sunday were greatly erjoyed by all present The lectures were highly et joyed We are in receipt of a very interest ing letter from Squint which will appear next week it came In to late for publication this week Agents wanted at once in each town to handle Scotts Inhaler Best seller out Big profits Art dtess c box 31 Centertown Ky The colored people of Owensboro are running a weekly paper styled the Kentucky Reporter Prof R T Ber ry editor Rev G W Drane is agent at this place Deputy Sheriffs C D Stevens and J D Taylor took Fred Amos and John Baugh to the Eddyvllle pen tentlary Monday Amos goes up for two years while Baugh serves one year Mr P A Moxleys general store with all its contentsbnrned atBarretts Ferry the 17th mention of which we overlooded last week The loss is estimated at 2200 with 1700 in surance Dr J S Coleman will preach next filth Sunday at the Baptist church in Beaver Dam at it oclock a m Subject Sectarianism Its Evils and its Remedy Let everybody come The following Utters remain dead in the Hartford postoffice Morris Moore Onis Hickey A A Sheffield Miss Ella Wysong and Miss Alice Collins WOOD TINSLBY P M Mr C E Smith has accepted the position as soliciting agent for Tim REPUBLICAN We hope to double our subscription list before the election Our patrons will do us quite a favor by settling their back dues with Mr Smith when convenient The examining trial of Cap Davis last Friday for shooting and killing Joe Miller resulted in his being held over without bail His attorneys refused to examine any of their witnes eri for obvious reasons John Daflron who was with Davis at the time of the shooting came in town Monday morning bright and early and took rooms with Mr Tom Black waving examining trial Mrs Minnie Baird Crabtree dledat her home four miles North of town Wednesday morning consumption 1 Her remains were burled at Beds yesterday at 3 pm She had been ill for quite a while She was the daughter of Mr Sam Baird a very pleasant and happy dlsposltioned young lady and a noble Christian She leaves ti husband dud a host of friends to mourn her loss Lest Sunday afternoon Mr Fred Ambros and Miss Cltmmle Hoover were out driving and in going down the Ralph hill the young lady thought the hurse was going to run and in the moment of excitement jumped from the buggy while it was in motion breaking her leg in two places below the knee It was a very painful and unfortunate accident for the young lady A physician was Immediately summoned and the bro ken limb war soon adjusted and we hope will soon be well Our congenial and fellow townsman Mr John B Wilson has been making frequent visits to our neighboring city Hawesvllle presumably by the not Informed practicing lib profes slon However we are happy to know that his frequent visits were only prospective and we are happier still to learn that he has been perfect ing a partnershiplong since admit ted by all to be the happiest of mans earthly heritagethe union of two ge nlal and affectionate souls Next Tues day at 6 a m Miss Elizabeth E Al len will become Mrs John B Wilson The wedding will be at the residence of the bride In Hawesville after which Mr and Mrs Wilson will return to Hartford where they will abide In the future Tim REPUBLICAN congratu later its old friend on winning the hut of such an excellent woman and wishes for them all the happiness they may have longed for In the un- Ion which will be solemnized next Tuesday Some Valuable Facts Given EDITOR REPUBLICAN It is not my purpose to enter into a public con flab with the Hartford Her aid bnt I notice in its issue of to day that it takes exceptions to some state ments made by Mr R B Martyr in a letter to Tim REPUBLICAN last week in which he said It is an office seeking horde of politicians against the people this was in reference to the Democratic nominees Without making any rash assertions lets look into the history of some of the men on that ticket If I mistake not JudgeJas P Miller was a long seeker after office in the Republican party and when he found that there was nothing for him he took up quarters with the Populist and was a standing candidate for of fice until elected Judge on the Fusion ticket in 1897 and as I hear he has again changed his politics and trans erred his political effects to the Dem ocratic party and is still a candidate officeThere is Mr Tom Jell Smith who never did anything but hold office If my memory serves me correctly he has held the Sheriffs office two terms which to say the least of was worth 12000 Then he served eight years in the County Clerks office and in those days it was worth 4000 a year gross or 32000 for eight years In addition to these positions he has twoITrustee of the Jury Fund for quite along while In all he has served some eighteen or 20 years in office and drawn in the neighborhood of 45000 from the public crib Great Scott is this not enough for one man If these two men are not chronic office seekers what are they I happened to know something of these two perpetual office seekers and thought Id call the publics at tentlon to them The other candy dates are comparatively strangers to me OBSERVER Beaver Dam Ky Match 27 1901 All persons having claims against R W Btankenshlps estate will file same with me at Beaver Dam Ky on or before May I 1961 and have them properly proven 3318 W R CHINK Admr r r Marriages John Carter Matanzas to Mies Laura Montgomery Centertown Date of marriage March 24 W P Hogland Clear Run to Miss Oma Funk Clear Run Date ot mar riage March 24 Hardin Hoover Clear Run to Miss Ella Hogland Clear Run Date of marriage March 24 W T Johnston Sulphur Springs to Miss Emma May Minton Horton Date oftnarriage March 24 Daniel W Dodson Adahbnrg to Miss Minnie L Moseley Adahbnrg Date of marriage March 27 John F Southard McIIenryto Miss Sarah F Hobdy McHenry Date of marriage March z8l Thos H Tntnm Beaver Dam to Miss Edna if Laws Hartford Date ol marriage march 28 16x20 Fine Portrait 198 If you need any first class artist work send Chas Sturgeon Hartford Ky a tintype or photograph and 98bnd he will make and send you- a fine 16x20 llfe slze Crayon portrait Satisfaction guaranteed 33tf Storm The well known Render Jsekl owned by F M Allen will stand at Center town the season 1931 beginning first ot April 34 8t rTo Cora Constipation rorTr lOoorHaIt AGUINALDOS DAY OVER Brought to Manila a Prisoner- of War on Gunboat Vicksburg Funstons Daring Plan Makes Ills Name Famous Landed In Manila With His StaffYoslordayMorningManila with the assistance of a number ol Macabebe scouts has captured Agul naldo in the country near Caalguran nine miles from Baler on the North west coast of the Island of Luzon The Rebel leader and his entire staff are now In Manila Gen Fnston employed a very clev er ruse to reach Agulnaldo His plan worked successfully With the result that the head and front oi the incur rectlon is uow where he will do no more harm to the American interests Manila March a8Brig Gen Frederick Funstona dating project for the capture of Agninaldo in his hiding place in the province of lsa belle Island of Luzon has proved completely successful Agninaldo was captured on March 23rdThe United States gunboat Vicksburg Commander B B Barry with Gen Fnnston and Agninaldo on board Arrived here this Thursday morningFUNSTONS DARING PLAN New York March a8Recent die patches from Manila told of the departure of Gen Fnnston on what many believed was an almost hope teas expedition The very audacity ol Gen Fnnstons plan however was such that those who knew him Intimately had faith that he would accom push his purpose Some months ago letters were captured by the Americans showing be yonnd peradventure that the rebel leader was in hiding in the north western part of the Island Gen Fnntton immediately conceived his bold plan to rapture him which received Maj Gen MacArthnra ap provalGen Funstons plan was that alter he and his party landed as near as possible to the place were Agulnaldo was thought to be hiding the native ncouts were to pass themselves off as insurgents who having captured Gen Funston and other Americans were conveying them to Agninaldo When the supposed prisoners were brought by their alleged captors before Agninaldo they were to suddenly appear la their true character sieze the wily Filipino and make their way back to the coast where the gunboat Vicksburg which had conveyed the party was to await their return It will readily be seen that the adventure was a desperate oneas treachery was always possible acd Gen Fnnston had no absolute means oi knowing how many men Agninaldo had with him It was possible that he wouldhave enough tp overwhelm the Americans and their native allies but this did not deter them for an ins stant They accepted the risk with the result that Agulnaldo is now safe in the hands of the American military authorities in Manila Courier Journal College Notes Misses Edna Griffin Ida Lou John son Mabelle Hubbard Gussie Woodward Mayme Shown Sweet Nail Mamie Bennett Lily Burton Mamie Baldwin Mattie Plitle Annie Bryant and Bernice Miller Messrs Leslie Cooper Bat Nail Guy Williams Lon Rogers Harvey Pruden C E Smith Clarence Fields Tpm Wallace and S H Phillips were pleasant vis itors at General exercises Monday morningBro Secretary ol theY M C A Muhlenbnrg county gave a pleasant talk at General exercises Monday morning Mr Chester Biehop is back in school again after five weeks Absence on account of sickness Miss Ella Campbell was a pleasant visitor at exercises Wednesday morn- Ing Misses Belle Wccrner and Mary Smith were pleasant callers at General exercises Thursday morning Messrs Eugene Kimble and Sam Turner and Misses Ernestyne Ander son and Artie Wilson visited Mr Turners parents Sunday BRUIAII Hello Here We Are H O Shiceleia Floating Studio will be at Rockport March 20th and remain until April 22nd and will go to Cernlvo April 22nd and remain un til May 1st and from there to South Carrollton May 2nd and remain until May 13th then he goes to Smallhouse May 13th and remains until May 16th next to Curtley or Humphreys land lug May i6tb and remains until May 18th then to Point Pleasant May the iSth and remain until May 22nd Entertainment ProJ Charles Barmore lecturer songster and impersonator will ens tertaln at College Hall to morrow night Ten Nights in a Barroom and a Drunkards Reform are his promisesJ Have you a cough A dose ol Ballards Horehound Syrup will re- lIeve it Price 25 cents and 50 cents J H Williams m Will Lecture at Lexington- St Louis March z5dirs Carrie Nation the Kansas saloon smasher passed through here today en routt to Cincinnati Whle waiting for her train she visited a liquor establish Good Beginnings y1Maker You ate making a good beginning when you commvxt to take Hoofs Sarstptrt for any trouble of your blood stomach ftlJneys or liver Persifitnity taken this great medicine cull bring you the goodend ing of perfect health strength and vigor Ultd fjment on Market street and vainly ex postulated with the proprietor for dar ing to name his establishment alter herMrs Nation will meet her manager in Cincinnati and will proceed to Lexington Ky where she will lecture Pimples blotches and all other spring troubles arc cured by Hoods Sarsnparilla the most effective of all spring medicines COALWe aim to keep out agood supply oi coal at the old Ulijah Miller bank Will also deliver coal on short notice Horcereed provisions and merchandise taken in exchange also a farm good wagon a horse and disc harrow very cheap Postofficc Hait ford E M MILLERS S- It Is not so much what the news papers say as what neighbor says to neighbor or friend to friend that has brought Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy into such general use It is as natural for peo ple to express their gratitude alter using this remedy as it is for water to flow down bill It is the one remedy that can always be dependedupon whether a baby be sick with cholera infantum oraman with cholera mor bus It is pleasant safe and reliable Have you a bottle oi it in your home For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Tho Cumberland Telephone Telegraph COI- ISCOIIPOIIATEDI Operating exchanges and toll liner in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in thirty five States and Territories is establishing an exchange in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McHenry Centertown and surrounding country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and valuable as possible and make a specialty of furnishing service to parties living in the coun try within reasonable distance of the exchange Rites and other Information may be obtained at the exchange over Will lams Drug Store Hertford Ky PIERcnIManager a Kentucky Childrens Home Society- Mr J W Gardner representing the above organization was in Hart ford last Sunday and perfected an or ganization here It is one of the most worthy movements now on foot anywhere and deserves the heartiest encouragement Its place ot head quarters is in Louisville It is non sectarian and while it is a chartered institution of the State yet it is not supported by the State but by indi victual aid Its aim and work is to take up the destitute and homeless children of the State and provide them with homes and support until they are old enough to take care ot themselves i Mr Gardner made a most interest ing talk at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning to a large crowd At the conclusion of his address aid was asked for which resulted In con Pityand BeautyThe most beautiful thing in the world is the babyall dimples and joy The most pitiful thing is that same baby thin and in pain And the mother does nobTJnow that a little fat makes all the differs enCe Dimples and joy have gone and left hollows and fear the fat that was comfort and color and curveall but pity and loveis gone The little one gets no fat from her food There is some thing wrong it is either her food or foodmill She has had no fat for weeks is living on what she had stored in that plump little body of hers and that is gone She is starving for fat it is death be quick 1 Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the fat she can take it will save h- erg The genuine has tspicture on It take If o uDbabif t tried It tend for free sample Its agreeable taste wilt surprise you SCOTT oI BOWNE Chemists 400 Pearl N Y and tIlOOballdru tII off J +tie aswsowo +eovwt-ii r0 + 01WV041VV0i1 O 1+ 1A- e 1t A t I J An Openingt S A HouseWarming f An Open House Ij Wo dont caro what you call it but on March 30 t1001 wo would like to have every man woman fy and child who can possibly get to our store to fa fe vor us with a visit Wo shall have only oho thought J 3 for this day and that will bo how to welcome andttbest entertain our friends We are going to t Hold High Carnival In the way of sort of General Reception and Spring JL Opening anti we have in our hand and heart n cor S 9 dial welcome We havo prepared a little enter tainment for our callers and we assure you that iitho visit will repay you in many ways for the time in making it There fill bCwell comeand see all about it Afr t Our Spring SOCk Is now in and a better display of Excellent Ln licstand Childrens dress goods has never been in Hart ford Our stock of Spring Clothing Hats and Mens Shirts are complete and the leading makers + linvo given us their best Our showing of Neck wear and all kinds of Haberdashery can only boS- MII described by the word Elephant but como anti 44 f see for yourself Wo 44 t Dont Care to Sell Goods tDuring our opening and shall maKono effort to do so- C for wo expect to devote our entire time to on IU1 I UI1111J1 friends Our whole store will be in 1fresh attire AVo will mako you feel glad that you were there Jj f Dont Forget the Date tMarch 30 1901 Como to our Spring Opening Come and bring your fri ads and make yoursolf at homo Stay all dnystuyu part of tho day stay gfc 2 44weyou dont CARSON CO 2 w v o + w tributlons to the amount of over floo in membership pledges and cash An organization and local board for Hartford was appointed as followsiOrganization Dr E President and Miss Laura Morton Secretary Commltle on Petitions T L Gd fin J C Riley and Mrs J W Ford I They will investigate the calls for help and arc to see that the society is not imposed on as it has been beforei by persons who are in a IlmYIYjwant Committee on Applications Row j an Holbrook G B Likens and Mrs F L Felix This committee invest I gates families wanting children as 10i their religious anb moral standing nancial condition character disposi tlon eta- County Organization Dink Wes terfield Pleasant Ridge Dan FGibbal and Dr J K Maddox Rt B Martin and A K LeachCromwelj- Dr G W Chapman and Alvin Rowe Centertown This committee is expected I to introduce the wgrk into eVe I cry precinct and settlement in the county having at least two good acItive workers at a place 11011brookand S A Anderson This commit tee will have some important matters to present to the State I Membership Committee Misses Edna Griffin Florence Morton Bessie Miller Mrs J S Glenn ChairmanI This committee should try and secure all the means it possibly can They j will have no trouble in getting nearly every man and woman in Hartford to desttlutejchildren on S Cox Pearl D Tweddell Chester Stevens R R Riley MUaes Lizzie Sanderfur Florence Morton Carrie Warner and Mary Bennett We ask the local board to give atleast two en tertalnments annually for the benefit of the childrena strawberry supper and musicale in the summer and an oyster supper and a candy pulling in the winterIPress CommitteeEditors Heber Matthews and Lon Rogers This committee should see that the county papers have a standing advertisement in each paper calling attention to the work of both helping the destitute child and the great need of homes lor our destitute children Sunday School Committee Super intendents of each Sunday school are sKid to help us care for these dsstl ute children under the plea of home mission There 1s no work in Ken tucky or in the United Statesathatr- eaches true mission work like our societyClothing CommitteeMrs J T Miller Mrs Thos S Marks and Mrs Jaa A Thomas This committee is to see that the children sent from Ohio county have clothing enough for a change and a nice outfit to wear to the city Rough Rhrer Telephone Compaq IHCOUrOBlTID Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize folks whore you an buy your own phones buildyour own lines in talking with the whole county lOud business points mlerallonly paying a reasonable runt sliver Telephone Companyor thoy tit expense if you say Call on A Pate Hartford Kyor particulars Wa connect with all Independent Compaiiw Sit up In bed When it becomes necessary to sit in bed to get your reath- when tHe least exertion such as walkingsweeping singing talking or going u and downstairs causes shortness of breath fluttering palpitation then it is time to do to brace up andstrengthen your failing heart Take Dr Miles Heart Cure It is best ofall II My wife was so bad with heart disease that she could hardly breathe and often had to be propped in bed nil night Our doctors did not help herso she began taking Dr Miles Heart Cure and rightCUAnLES lteynoldsvlllePa t Dr Miles Heart Cure stimulates the digestion increases the circulation and strongSoldDr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Hw AM T or Klaaera r I DrIIoeha8nsrairasPIUseor aU kwynla 9Ii tree d4IiLetU KeoCJaICAJO jI J COMMflT NCW ffT Star tin tags showing small stars printed on under side of tog Horse Shoe J T Good Luck Cross Bow and T Drummond Natural Leaf Tin Tags are of equal value In secur flike to have and can have t E Ja T I Knife CM blade good Steel 2- 5f s BcUion4Klnchei toe Cbiuli Bet Knife Fork tad Bpoon23- S EH and Itpper Bet one tub quidrupee pate on whlM metal SOC French Briar Wood Pipe 9hollow ground one Enftua bbeteef SO Knife plttc but quilt 60 r 9 PHEW SntU triple plate hot quality f 2IIU Butcher Knife Sln- btxle 7J W SbKceIlItU lncb 5- r1s Nntt Set teed e icu Silver Wm Due IwiAwoetadonillcat quaUtIOO 1e MUm Clock 11IekIW1r 81px1u oodIJOr I lit Nos 2 3 and CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the I Signatureof In- Use For Over Year- sCASTORIA THE eiNTAUH V6MK CfTV u u u u SAVE CTA D TIN YOUR TAGS w ilTFgZE 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uC1 Ho3M R1 I of rTl to cn UUJ A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL andI EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS I JAMES F BAlLARD Sols Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS UO WCREAMORMSxt la Quality BeitlaQtulltr i For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies tW2- BOLA 77Y LLZa CHVGoGo80r0S- lrepart by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis uV A Nt BUSINESSEDUOATJC oryoung con reded It le ol first Importance to RPt your training at the mhnol that stand In tbererylront rank She ryant 8 Stratton Business College OCvI Z CES Sevenexperlencedteachers ouch oneaspeclullstInhiline Grad 1I001iIiEIIliG II uatwofthlschoolV Ie NIIOItTl1ABDb Im po aw Aillbemnllydfrre V Then ant other chool tbunourn bat none that can offer our lu CO4dUOA4B tllltli M New Smith Premiers Nos 5d 6 longTheThese new machines In essential mechanical principles are the same is Models 4un equaled Wilts for Printed Miller Free Smitft mier- tgvveile CO Thirty Cloct8dar ptrctlan tn dcaalCsefmr FIELD EASY utlfulbookSlringlntmoniaisfronlardulNoecupyingpmm 412 Walnut Streot Cincinnati Ohio I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 29 A BIG DEAL PENDING ILLINOIS COAL OPERATOR MAY FORM A COMBINE Operators to Soon Hold a Meeting in Chicago GigantickConcern to be Capi talized at Over 75 000000 A gigantic combination involving the investment ot at least 75000001 is projected by the Illinois coal opera tors The enterprise Is aimed t eventually bring all the inUvi uB1 operators of the State into one organizt tion under the control of one set o officers The matter has been dis cussed at recent meetings of the Illl nols Coal Operators Association and while no definite action has been ta ken on the matter up to this time II has developed that the plan meets tbi approval of operatorns of the stale nod will eventually be efltcted It is the intention of those at UN the head of the movement to form i combination similar to that now it control of the Plttsburg Pa district The Pittsburg organization control over 95 per cent of the mines in thai district For sometime the operator s of this state have had agents watch ing the operation of the PIHsburj concern These agents have reported that the Pittsburg organization is a success especially in handling greal contracts It was reported that one contract alone called for over sooooc tons of minerun coal but with th contract distributed among the man mines of the combination this enor maps amount ot coal was delivered without delay With the mines oI this state in a similar combination the operators think they will be in r position to fill similar contracts With the vast number of mines in Illinois the daily output will be sufficient tc fill contracts of a similar magnitude PLACING MINES IN READINESS Before the final papers of incorpora tion are secured it is the Intention ol the individual operators of Illinois tc have their mines put in first class con dltlon For some time the coa Imlnec have been undergoing repairs both under ground and on the top works The machinery of the latest design has been installed and in several cases electricpower plants for the operation of electric locomotives have been added to the mine equipments In addition to these improvements several operators are uow contemplat- Ing ths instllation of electric mining machines and with these additions the output of the state could be great ly increased over what it is today at little or no expense to the combine- A meeting of the operators who are at the head of the monster undertak ing will soon be held in Chicago and It is probable that final action will be taken at that meeting A committee will be appointed to visit altthe mines ot the state to ascertain just what will be needed to gain control f the several companies This will consume some time but it is the general opinion that the consolidation will be effected before the close of the present year Ample capital is at the disposal of the promoters of the project It is the general understanding that the consolidation will be consummated without having to adopt any drastic measures to force the Individual operators who oppose the combine It is expected all will be willing to enter it a fair valuation of their capitalizi tion The state will be divided into districts which will be placed under he supervision of the district managers who will be under the control il the general manager oi theconcern- TO MEET LABORS DEMANDS All the business will be transacted it a central office and a great saving The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer of SwampRoot at Work In nit laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep bylIkidneydiseasevance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the bloodthe albumen BrlghtsDiseaseDr Kilmers SwampRoot the new discovery Is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after pit other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling about Swamp AddressDrmention tblf paper in operating and office expenses will ba brought about In addition to the great advantaged of the open markets such a comblna Lion would be placed In advantageous position to meet the demands or or ganized labor As the individual op erator will be eradicated from the field the board of managers of the combination will be ableto formulate plans with which to combat the de mands that the unions are now mak ing A prominent orator flatted stat ed several days ogo that ii the opera tors Illinois wished to operate their mines at a fair profit they would have to adopt measures similar to those adopted by the leading Eastern con cerns namely the consolidation of all the small companies into one gl untie company under the control ol t general manager or board ol man agers who would be able to dictate terms to the officials of labor organ zatlons that would be more favorable than the terms recently adopted The projected combination will one of the largest in the West havin a capitalization of more than seventy five million dollars It will likely be incorporated in the State of New Jer and will control over nine hunt Bred mines throughout the State The total production of these mines last year was about thirty million tons In the mines there are employed over thirty seven tthousand men exclusive of office help and managers which increases the total to abonl forty thousand Springfitld dispatch to the St Louts Globe Democrat Much pain and uneasiness is cans by piles sparing neither age nor sex Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment curt the most obstinate case Price 51 cents in bottles tubes 750 J II Williams m Short Paragraphs The nntanned kid is most likely tc prove tough Every man is the architect of his own air castle There are memories which even age cannot chasten Original ideas resemble clocks when they strike one A fountain works when it phys and plays when works The merchat gives a fellow no cred it for good intentions People frequently pass remarks yet no one ever sees them A womans heart like the moon should have but one man in it Nowadays whenever a woman gets her hair treated it is called an opera Lion Women will never be independent of men till they get so they can find their pockets If necessity knows no law it is not from a lack of acquaintance with young lawyers Lots of people kill themselves try ing to live longer than they have any busineSs to It will not be long before the reign of the ice man begins and coal kings endIt is possible that Bacon was a trifle hasty when he gave reading first place in the making of a full man There are probably as many fools in other states as there are in Kansas but they keep under cover Chronic Nasal Catarrh poisons every breath that is drawn into the lungs There is procurable from any drug gist the remedy for the cure ol this trouble A small quantity of Elys Cream Balm placed into the nostrils spreads over an Inflamed andangry surface relieving immediately the painful inflamation cleanses heals and cures A cold in the head van ishes immediately Sold by drug gists or will be mailed for 50 cents by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature X X T ofe7 f Dr McKs Brand of Optimism- It teaches the country to look up and not down to look forward and not back to look out and not in and to lend a hand Its a sort of opti mism that walks on solid earth and doesnt inhadlt the milky way Its the sort of optimism that the people believe in For it they have a fond ness In it they find help Prom it they gather inspiration Hartford Conn Post Claran eed900 YearlyM- en and women ol good uddreu to represent u tomu to trarel appointing ngeoU othera tor local work looting otter our Interest 8000 salary guaranteed yearly extra commliutoni endexpeneerapid advancement old ntabllih ed bonse band chance for earnest man or woman to secure pleninnt permanent position liberal Income and atnre New brilliant Unix Write at once S5tl hT FFltlllnl1H 33 tlllirrll HI new llnvcn Conn 6 Refused to Strip Nashville lIIarcb2SA dry or so ago a slim wiry looking Individual with flashing black eyes and nicely cut cameo features walked int the recruiting office of the United States army at Helenwood and asked to be enlisted Alter filling out the proper blanks the slender ooklng individual was told to divest himself of his wearing apparel as he would have to submit to a physical examination Upon hearing this the applicant be Clime highly indignant and with a volley of oaths declared flat he could F A l he ling T brdrgbfbd I eoffee t Begins the growing Anywhere between the plantation and the conee pot trio flavor may be changedme L qualitygspoiled by carelessness inexperience or un methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchfulcare the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for ARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth of qualityand strenYth A Dound of Arbuckles Coffee willttlve vou 0 A n more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffeesCBe sure you get Arbuckles Roasted package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In men pound pllekce of Arbacklw Itottttd CoffM there is a lilt or arUclM With each rekr In which tbe Uit It round th purchaser hisbouxhtadeanitepart ofsome artleltoheselected by- hlmorber from the Lfltiubfeot onlyto tb condition that the1g- actor on the parlurt U to be eat out and murnd to our Notion DepL You should see this Lilt AddrcH all commualcitUou to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NCW YORK CITY NY z nl 1 a1 Chillspa d THE BEST PRESCRIPTION IS q Groves Tasteless Chill TonicI The formula is plainly printed on every bottlehence you H know just what you arc taking when you take Groves Imitators do not advertise their formula knowing that you would not buy their medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains l Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless H form The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the- N sJ malaria out of the system Any reliable druggist will tell you that tj Groves is the Original and that all other socalled Tasteless Chill Tonics are imitations An analysis of other chill tonics shows R that Groves is superior to all others in every respect You m are not experimenting when you take Groves its superiority and excellence having long been established Groves is theIonly Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of the United States No Cure No Pay Price soc never submit to any such ordeal The recruiting officers realized that a rep resentatlve of the weaker sex was endeavoring to gain admittance into the regular army After allowing her indignation to gradually subside and extracting a solemn promise from the recruiting officers that they would never divulge her name this modern Belle Starr walked out ol the office mounted her horse and rode away like wind leav ing no one any wiser as to whence she came or whither she was going LOCAL AN- CLISIATIC D Nothing but a local remedy or change of climate will Cure Catarrh TheNpreife IN ELYS CREAM BALM It I Iulekly Absorb ed UlrarrllcfntODm Opno and rlefinace the Nasal IfiMagei Al 10llIdnmnUoDllonl and protect the Mem y Ul Iteetanr the VVc IIal1Yknee of taste and unifll No mercury Nu In FamllyleeELY llllOTIIKllflM Warren Street New York On account of General Missionary Conference Af G Church South at New Orleans La April 24 1031 tickets will be sold at rate ot one fore for the round trip 1800 Tickets on sale April 22 23 and 24 good for teturn until May 2 3 B VANMETER Agt II your child is cross or peevish it is no doubt troubled with worms Whites Cream Venniluge will re move the worms and its tonic effect restore its natural cheerfulness Piice 25centAJ H Williams m qzw rTUB REPUBLICAN keeps and excellent stock of Envelopes Letterhead Notebeads Billhead Statements Carder Etc and prints them In the- t ti J w in j latest up todate style Leave your l orders for Job Printing at this office I Headache often results from a dlss I ordered condition of the stomach and constipation of the bowels A dose I or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct these dig I orders and cure the headache Sold by Z Wayne Griffin tvc Bio m I Never mind said his friend soothingly Bryan may run again In 1904 But Agulnaldn shook his head mournfully How can I keep running lor lour years he asked bitterly Brooklyn Life I A good deal of this talk arnut the future of the Democratic patty tenets t i coifirui the uptcion that the Democratic puttys futuie ii behind It Chicago Tones herald u o This Will Interest You To quickly introduce the larunus blrod ptKifier 0 U D Batnnic Blood Qilw into new homes we will giveaway 10000 Ire itrarnts R U B will positively cute nil tljod and skin eatlingpoisondeflectingI catches cancer SwrllitiKfS persistent I pimple or watt B B B makes the i Mood pure and rich heals every sore or truptiiin and stnjis nil Rcbts and JreatIita Gt Defcrlbe trnuMe fret medical advice given until cured B B U cures old dtep eaUd cates that rrttise to heal under patent Medicines or doctors treatment It B B com posed of pure botanic dings and Ia tbe finet in the world m I To lire Cuostipallun torotcr orlloIfa- I 1 lIeal Toltrco Spit mil lOob Toor Ufi inij 7 quit tobacco eiull and Icreier terotj little lull or life nerve ninl vlirar take NoTec llac the nnnder worker that makes weak men Ilrmg All ilrii ffl talCOaorll Curetuaran teed llooklet sad sample free Address SioHnii lion sly Co Clilcocn or New York KrtnentoYonr Bowel iritli Caicarett loerJOeIe 1rJI WOJll WINe OP r I bag brought permanent relief to a mil I lion I1 women who were on theirwartopramainrairaTe Mr MltchilI deellllllll health when Wine pi Oardul performed a wonderful oaN agoneefweeklyappearanceupped her Vitality until the was a phjf preway IezCardul to nflerln women in wordl of burning eloquence VlNEOICARDmj whotry j for a f1 tle of anddo not tAte aubtitote if tendered you j 0tWineDraught hrn perrormdlenlraeglo sure j In Deaie bid been with ftlllni of the womb and mr menee6 cane aouOObImonths and were Trrband Induced m to try Cardul and DliekUratiEht and now the lenoor perfect rboea baa a rlarecl and 1 am tutored to In requiring rrecUl direction imMc The iSileV ji G leelamleerLaosCbIInooIio WRln D Dl1ST Olxto County CircoltCuort WTOwen Jadgtl JRItowt kttorney Owennboro 111 Iilack Jallrrj 8A Lndtnim Clerk Itowan holbrook lIutor Com lUitonert 0 II Liken Trnitee Jury Fund R Bterenettherilf Hartford Deputy hlhrlUl- SI licker T II Denton J lb Taylor lO8 Initey JWOmrt foorf DM Brit Uondajr In llarvli end Auftut and conUniu three weeks and third londay IB Slay pod November two weeks County CourtJ P lllller Judge UBIUft lad Clerk u U U Ilearrln Attorney lUrUord ai Co irt eonrenee Soil Monday la each month Quarter Conrt ngloe oaths third Monday a April JuLy October end January Court ol Claltne Conrenee lint lloidajr In Jan nary Tneidajr alter second Monday In October Other Offlcere N Motley Hnrt jor Shrove ll U Royal AnoMor FordiTtlle FOR Roger Ichool Superintendent Hartford L W Unit Coroner Sulphur Spring TAiatlcca Court II D Taylor Cromwell March t June 1lIep- Imber T December t 101 W A ItoneOenUrtown February II May It input = November 4 IMI T A Evans FordiTllleUarch 1 Jane I Vp ember Itorember 51101- D F thrive UnfunlMarrh il Jane M Sep ember 11 December It 101- fl fI Fltihaxh DundeeMarch R June r Bop ember I December f 1101 ConitablM T W Barrett Olatont W J Stew irt lianda J 0 Dennis rrentli Jerome Ail e lingo I L NeUoe litter aUz10Voll Bevels II E Church Boatb Berried third Bnnday la ash mouth at 11 a n sad T p nM and fourth viday at T p m Prayer Heeling every Wednee layevoteg 11evJC1trlPatorB- aptist CBarch flerfleee held second Stadaj II ch nonth atIIamasdrpm Prayer not DKirtry Thtnday erentng IUr II D Rtoii tam Tutor G IS Choreh Aerrtrei Scat Siaday In each month at II a n and T p Jn Her J DHst ird pallor School Tnuteee HartlordjM r Miller J 8 llenE W fl llardwlck W II Uaniy Woodbiry nul1 D K Thomas Town Tru teeU T Cellist J M tlattligly thelby Taylor KW Ford A DWhlt IlarUord aeret B0CLet3e A O U W meet Mcoad and fourth Tednee lay nights KnlirhU ol Equity meet eeened cud fourth St idcyIgbtKaighteof Honor meeti Scat and third Batnr Say Sight Hartford Lodge No na F A A Malone gut Monday Btxht In each month hough rover LodfeKo lleKBlgktaof Iythla neete every Tnraday alxht- ITMtoa Morton Poet Ho 4 II A It hold rag slat meetlagt Saturday before Scat Sundayla each mouth All member of the reepecurtdges an lnTltd tttrndMI aiMtlin Through Sleeping Car Sor vico Louisville to Jaoksonvlllo Yi- ASOUTHERN RAILWAY Leave Louisville 745 I m dally Leave Lexington 1030 a IL dally Arrive Chattanooga 550 p m dally Arrive Atlanta 1025 p m daily Arrive Jacksonville 830 a m dally Equally as good schedule returning Also train leaving Louisville 7145 P m has through connections and sleep ing car service arriving at Jackson ville 1000 p m next evening Southern Railway In connection with the Queen lit Cresect Route is the only line with 24 Hour Schndulo Botwoon Louisvlllo and Jack Bonvlllo Superior connections at Jacksonville for all points in South Florida Winter tourists tickets now on Bale to principal resorts of Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nas lau and Porto Rico via Southern Rail way Information sjo Fourth Ave Louis ville A Wbedon Passenger Agent W A TDBK Geo Pass Agent Washington D C hr H TAYLOB A G P A Louisville Ky r NEW THROUGH LINE TWltH fMMrYU ANDj CHIQA u L A new through car line has been sUbllsbtd for the entire distance over the Illinois Central between vansvill aud Chicago the line being via Mattoon Champaign and the road from Evansvllle to Mattoon formerly I part of the P D Si n Ry The services is as follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun vBvansvlle 73opm 730am Ir Chicago 7oom 700pm SOUTH BOUNDDaily Ex Sun LvChlcago84opm 83oam ii Evansvllle 8o5am sssopra Through sleeping cars on night trains and through fiee reclining chair its on day trains llcktts of you local ticket agent Iraete with you whether fee eeiimie tki e1tAnne Irta tl balajda 7ngr16aOaalllsnellbeegMgaanMtJbnneenhalen aaqp raMf 6W4 g ee r DROPSY abrRemediesmany tfcouan4 aces aallsrmplomnmordTNtimula4andTUDAYS LI 1 6UUS lOll Box K AtUnU Oa 70 farSt9a7lk IeRSTC e i COW PEAS AND SOJA BEANS are two of the mot profitable crop r grainandrrc bay need iSeed Corn Mlllota sirt Buns r lIIrComI Wa carry the Larawt and otcot lacUon of Swdt In th Central Wt sodFlowertOUR CATAUXIUB give full Infor all crop and will be Milled t ycnTnVtdandwellquatelow WSIS e rSBIECDMBNLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY t1 + i taK1rKrtriarRrir I it