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tbrusseusIhIS mramiMva ol vitrrma pafn aad uOttiUf I1t udart l by u naay oIly wonwa lssr rind KllrrlUr Wafcn jr toL roalnIgnoIjirisuirIisukl ordriuscaai- ir p an poslllTrly Kaaraatml ran Trll tb mnt aralMtxl raw II dliwtlon an raMally lollow rd aad lho innllda hoartly tub- TbtvalaUtnnnslyY IIr Lisllari1sir s din 11 Dow Di U111 Aairrkn by llIornlrtlc Irmol tliYuhlr Sulau wbu bat nintrMtnl wltk Sr Unllord for Iho irlol nrptrr lor Ib ITaltrd r4latM Cuninlwtloo i Ikrpartnirat aaiWr tb aaprrvlMoB IF IA Sldrd Ia aIIIOO1IdtalI sL6oitIy tfl sf hsr to lb trmtaint MdWaordrrlaK TAnoNIA anla writ all about their paulralar rnor I- ndtalIilaraAMr2tba nut prliacy j a to llwlroirrMpoadmf at ao tMtlmoulaU j MUn frOm bullr an efrr pablUbcd by u OaboxotCMIONIA Wlrsl toatnlalairn t t moatka apply will tat Mvairly aad prrpald to silly addr M la 1110 U H or Uinadaoaj rmlpt Oa Dollar amnupanlxl b tho drtalla nlyoarrn A rail aart rompbrt tiratroratla rladlKic all nMTMary radldn and onrwrltUa 1- I RaaranlM bin l llan payabl U advance J 1 Thl ham i ra i including IrH ailrlra and tall dldlu0dlII tional tbarm ol aay kind tkar tilMlnc f trMlmrat wltkla tho nacbbt all i Addrmi Coiunltatlon Ittfi tttv Noylfa lallrr iompmiy XI rkl sal lllh HU Ihll iIIhlI IMyr i What Drink lias Done for A Fami ly In Delaware j la a flttle town of Delaware a few r weeks ago a woman met her haibnod lice to face lu a hotel bar room jnstoa I tie battender was handing him a Klasa of whiskey furnlnc to the bartender and the loungers she said I The pan has not done a days workJ thllwlnte rand lam worn out trying- VI l snppott hint and the teat of the family 1 want to krow II something cannot be done to keep him from dls troylnj his own life and starving his 1fam y womtn was thin and pale 1J lId lips quivered as the spoke JEer rItrail body could hardly stand the train Sofihe unfamiliar environment As labeGnlahed the little girl by her side f bunt Into tears The bartender took 5 tf back he whiskey The abased hue band flood with bowed head One by- i one the loungers left the room Preis i ently the barender gazing nt the poor woman solemnly vowed that the man should not drink at his bar again It was a pathetic scenesIt was tire laitreott ofa desjexttqwoman and as Bhe left the hotel with her huibi nd nndllttfegiil there was a lesson too pilnlull for any pen to picture Making it hewBpapej laa soft snap You olten bear people 8ay that It reminds us of the des I a con who said PreAching a eermon itr lajuat ne easy ita lalllnu ort a log 5 One Saturday the parson took sick und tlufdeiiCdnwnB naked to preach p Sunday Certainly he wuinld with t pleasure When1 Sbmiay c l1ebe wenlint the and wcntitluough F the openlngexeicises without a hitch Thenihe opened bigBible and rend as u t h1stext VWhy do tKeheathen rage SadtiieqplImaf11e Tainthlngi I tljenudlenceThen Icandwalte tordlvene eflhtus tORiVedonn hut it didnt give down wotth a 0audsay Hetookoff hip glasses and paI I hued tbemvlgorouali wlthhift banda inibut the spirit would rot move S him then heread bla tej pver once i more and looking up aaWSF11 1J 11 cremattd II I know wb lId us pray Most anjohe can edit n newspaper In that way The right thing for every moral Christian man to do Isto help make the newspaper Take U pay odt put our adInto Us columns and pay for that on a time JOont Issue a verbal aotehI promise to pay then keep the business man ager ttottlng around with hl ocket fnltof ageworn bills If yqu hIveit item dont stow it away your ears until it is staleTen it to your newspaper friend Journalism as methodical and plain and practi lug as any other high caUIp It this day a tremenddas power in building up a strong moral andChria tabs tentlment in every community can such we want It We need It The newspaperIs a mlghtycoWnMjt inflneBce and agenc We without Jt not any ol us church schools trade men women adtb preachers Support it thej tat you kuow how Earllcgton Bee What Credit Is Based on MaayooarmlDbflluoID a boil neaa career for themselves wake the le miitske supposing that financial Is based wholly upon property fa capitol They do not understand that character and reliability combla with aptitude or ones business tbe and a disposition to work hard are aad more important assets to have but than millions ol dollars The young fellow who begins by sweeping out I store and who finally becomes a clerk manager or superintendent by energy and reliability ol character al- I Iota not usually find it difficult to BI- secure credit to start In business for w On the other hand jobbing a louses are nut inclined to advance the credit to the man who though he may have inherited a fortune has shown capacIty lor business antI U of- loubtin character The young men who stait for them selves on a sidall scale are more en I n ergetlc work harder are more aleit are quicker to appreciate the chances ot the market and ate more polite and willing than those with large spItalVThe credit men In jobbing houses are very quick as a rule to see theI a success qualities In prospective buyI crs and seldom make a mistake In their estimate of wbatcredlt it Is sale for extend OS lard r lnMay Succus po b Much Cheaper- I 01 am Inloxicattdwllh love said 1 he youngnsauYou find splrltu Irumentl nuch cheaper said the old fellow N Yo Sun 550000000 of Gold On the 8th of May 1902 the mount 01 gold In the United States reasury was f549 429369 the larg est sum In gold coin the national II money vaults ever contained This gratifying condition exists after five q years 01 McKinley Ism DlngleyUm Protectionism or whatever ouI pleate to callit It contrasts strongly with the conditions lch existed six I or seven or eight years ago under a Tariff relorra or FreeTrade adminis ration Then we were selling bonds to make good our Treasury stock t f gold which had fallen to about 50 000000 or say 500000000 below the preaent high water mark No sooner did we exchange bonds for gold coin than the gold would be drawn out again in redemption ol legal tender notes So it went thatI disheartening endless chain of tak ing in and paying out gold McKln ley broke the endless chain Bud It has thyed broken ever since Piecing Thata a word which may not be In the dictionary In this tense of Its use but which U in very common use in some sections of the country PSuea always piecing ayol the woman who tuna to the cupboardat Jrregular hours and edtaa piece of pits cake or tome other daluty Irregular eating is one of the chief causes of dyspepaLs and weak stomach Diseases of the toraaclv antI other of digestion and nutrition are completely the Use of Doctor piercea ldea Medical Discovery It Incrcasea the upplyofricl1 I and gives tile body vigor Ayorago I wu kltnhiYerybdIyw1ttI I Mrs Abfamio ij1 johnson AvSnae Urooklyii K Y wd C Very 001 when I iii down it the taUt I could not cat but would h a way without ertn tattler the food ChancTiur to beat a friend who Golden Medical Vtoornytord- iKasia similar to mini I thought live the a trial OOdl con hardly esprea medlclb rrettved from It the IIro doil nsa gui Ny wctt ri- turnidaud 11 ble at lzmart1ly athllJlfOYtd 0 mad store taltlalt the Uotdca ocoreldoIot look Ilk the urns 5OFa3fl to tIt t ot oIabotOC 1f Jeoe Ooldeq Uedlcallltjcovei 1 R c Dr Pierces Common Sense Mdl l- Atlvberpaper coven Is tentr e 0u receipt at onecent stamps to pity expense o mailing only iiesa Pr beJrV DwuloN Y NEWSPAPER COMMENT A Whit tile Editors of the Country Are SayIng About the Led lutf Toptcs of t6e nyNff Bryan has run upagalnst a snag In Cottoectlcnt by arglsg tbenomlnatioa Mayor Muivibiir Bridgeport as and candidate lorGovernnr Mnlvlhlll Is the stoker who was nom lasted and electedIsisyor by the labor organizations of Bridgeport alter have previously served the town accept able as a n ember of the Council Bryan IH reported to have said If Mnlylblll can sweep Bridgeport byaf fie not sweep the State But DclcaMo1 Couasctlcnt n irIHixsieattZielnEerldu ling ea rjrin i part with their case dulrpand they propose to make Our otectton of a candidate for aids Chroalderl5The man wko votes the Democratic ticket is an enemy of bllowa self deliberately does that which if uccesfiil would deprive himself and so that pll1JIrllllll111I1D The Djivenport Republican out Vre Traders construct tbeorleaIn try to back them up with figures cure usually jail Just so only al- ears instead of usually The only glues In the FreeTrades lexicon areJo 00000 Marlon lows Register Mr Bryan still makes an occasion jab at commercialism Mr not ryan doesnt seem to realize that It as largely lor the purpose of getting all good article of commercialism that people defeated him Kansas City Journal It has been a long time since the Democratic party had full control of itftlonal affairs but it makes the cold hills rUn ill over a person to think the home market That enables diversified industriessnch as our fore i theta used to enjoy and such as sad gave the United States its grand stsrt before the war and the days of trusts Binghamton N Y Republican There are a good many Democrats sad Congress who dont respond to the hypocritical party wall oJustice to Cuba They declare that they are the sugar men of the South belore she hey are for the mendicant Cubans ferre Haute End Trtban Upon not a single Important issue the time U the Democratic party a Congress united except upon a esolatlon tofight any attempt to in restfgate the extent to which the cut rage laws of seversl of the Southern Hates violate the Constitution Here s the rest Boutbonism raanllleat and coosplc oas Let It be a question ol lolng some wrong to1 the negro and Democracy Is harmonious but let it be any other question anjj Democracy he be divided San Francisco Call I A contemporary observes that the uestlon What is a Democrat is et to be answerd Well the an iwer is ready It Is a bald beaded set few York politician of the name of illl Kansas City Journal The Democrats have yet to decide which Is the best evidence ol a true democrat the length of the moss on the back or the name blown In the joltle Lawrence Kan Journal It dalle Rheumatism Cured Af ter Fourteen Years of Suffering I have been afflicted sciatic a heumatlem for fourteen years says Josh Edpar ol Germantown Cal iI was able to be around but constant y inhered 1 tried everything I could carol and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I lid and was Immediately relieved and io a short time cured and I am hap py to Lay It has not since returned Why not use this liniment and ttbe well It Is for sale by all druggists r For Conatlpatlo 4- 1ksLyonsLsstls Srrops If you dont like II belle tbaii any ou tine ever used ourdiugglel will refund the money 1 r1CQ26c Gt Ufe Sentence Chicago May 190UY Locke aged eighteen ai dJRd ward C Bufley twen ty years ol age were today sentenced to penal servitude for Ilk Jar the mur der of Peter FafinskL You ought to be bangedyou de serve It but being minors protects youEaid Judge Bretano in prp pouncing sentence BUeytD away from his home In New York with the Idta ol teeing some of the wild lifo he had readabout fa dime novels Locked home in Rowlettala village in Hart c Ky where Ida iatherkeeps a general merchandise store The murder was committed while beboya were at tempting to rob Fafinakls grocery lettyJreen civnia PermiHo go Armed New York May 19 Hetty Greta the noted woman ol finance hubeen granted a penult to carry a revolv r by the pOllcedepartmerit of this city f Mrs the ertaU about aweekago tp Capt Stephen OBrien ol the eonardstreet station iik THE HOME aOLDCUREf WttlohnlDrunkardare In Spite of ThomaolvoSi Noxious Doses No Weakening of the NorVel A Pleasant and Poal f tlve Cure for thoLiquor Hblt3Itla now generally thatDrunkuesa a andBot weakness A body filled with llIn3 tierves completely shattered by periodical orconstiati use ol Intax trequires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and cradlcat 3- Ingthll poison nrjd destroying the 3S8 craving for intoxstants Snflerera l6- mayuowcure themselves at home 34l without publicity or Ion of Utae rroia business by wonderful Home Cure which has been perfected iov many years of close atudt Z treatment of inebriates lalthv i IUilCQlI1IUJJ ll1llf111 9ftJl wowteflBl p6sltiyejy guaranteed tb cure the moat obstinate v ao matter how hard a drinker records show the marvelous transformation ol thousands ofDrunk Into sober Industrious and up 3 Ben j6i4 Wives cure your husbands II Chile 39edyspecific for this disease skilllnlly devised and prepared it Is thoroughly soluble and to the taste so that It can ein a cup of tea or coflcewltb the knowledge of the person tak It Thousands ofdrunkards have l3 themselves with this priceless p remedy and as mauy more have been 1bavlngI friends and relatives 4 their knowledge In coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued 1988 drinking of their own freewill Do wait Do not be deluded parent and leading improvement1- Drive out the disease at once and time The The nome Gold Cure is sold at the extremely Idw 5wlthlnreachment more effectual than others cost ing26 to 50 Pull directions sc company each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when requested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt ol one dollar AridjesvDept 50 Edwin B Giles St Companyi3330 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents strictly con fid entlal 1 it was on his recommendation that the permit was given Capt OBriens repot on tbeap plication says Mrs Green declared was in the habit ol carrying e turns oznoneystocks and jewelry w SheateTMUUt waa W I j l secure pistol permitin all ThC larger cities In which she does bUllatH3E Follow the Heart of Brute5CRomantic history tells us of Robert Bruce the Norman knight and Scot lands king who won fame for him self and glory for his race upon the bloody field of Banrjockbnrn In the snnset of his life weighted ff with years and weakened with wars recalled the vow of his youth to buried in holy ground at Jerusa era Calling about him a fevy of his most faithful knights and retainers they forth on that lastpllgramage Bat 5 weakened by age the old king died upon the journey Ills last commando the living was that his heart be burled by the sepulcher at Jerusalem His companions opened the dead 5 kings breast took therelrom his heart and placing In its golden caV ket set no toward Jerusalem to bury In holy ground On the nands ofthe desert tbatllttle 5 ndofthe faithful was overtaken by vast horde of Saracens A death 5 atareil them in the face and while the heathen flaunted his banner In the lace ol the Christian those few of the 5 faithlnl gathered for the last charge As they rallied their broken ranks about the tattered standard of the dead king the oldest knight among them raised the golden casket hlgh above his bead and flung it far out in midst of the enemy and shouted Sons o1StIand follow the heart of Breed And thus the kilted chlval ryof Scotland followed the JtftBruce to the death In this hour let those turrt back who wills Jfalihful unto death we will gather uplnour arms the sacred principles our party and with it unsullied banner waving above our heads we take our stand in the pass behind wbichMIe unguarded Interests and Industries ol this Republic Prolonged applause on the floor of the House and In the galleries r OA or OnXaYH Hm Utn tM Beanthect 11 rTlicre is one rational way to treat nas the medlclnei applied direct to the affected membrance ThcretuedyisIflya CreamBalm It restores the inflamed tissues to a healthy state without drying all the life out of them audIt jiveaback the lost senses of taste and smell The sUIIerer who Is tired of vain experi m nt3 should use Cream Balm ljglatllell It for 50 cts Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street Ncr Ybrkwlll mallltvo O 160nJrau j0U hd Yrs Has Mwi JS Ot- f AI 5 4 COMON LAW kiqJjirCNlt Court May Terml 1902 c J S8VBNTH DAY 4lda J Winff vs Jai McDanlel 3Jk3Si M B KarnsvaCDBean c StP T dunther vs W S Galnes 355c1C P Keowa adiur vs Barton Whither Same vs NM Mitchell R J Daniel vs W N Martin Son tiP J Duncan ftCo vi W P Graves ttAStom c VB L A McDaniel afci A Boiiitovaj W A Myers EBAllfca vii MV Monarch recr Dughcrty vs E ordA J JtY 1Rog rtrJA1Cel i 3Sjoelie Pjanklln vs Frank Smith 38368 M Everly vs Byron Tichenor 885 Sarah A Hardin vs Etlsha Huff Ilenry Stom ya L A McDanltl J9J8 G C Robeits va MS Thompson JS Reynolds va John Thompson Sidney School Fur Cova Tins tees FordsvUfe Graded School 97 Ltbitman Son vs A W Haynes 039 yM Likens vs Trustees FordsD1 Ylllerld d School flt Sledge Co vs Henry Daakhbrt cPQ74Jtfo DeWeese exr vs R II Mac ffsm too W T Baldwin vs Mack Woerner ooo Jas W Keown vs Jill W Arnod 1 Sidney School Pur Co vs White Common School Dlst No 86 655 W Alexander vs Hartford School Board oo4 U S School FurCo vs Fordavllle Graded School 015 Same vs White Common School Dist No nr otg Same vs White Common School Dist No toy IIIGHTHDAY- o n John Spencer va B F Wallace J3 Fordsville Banking Co vs Pat Bark chi064 Henry Dunkhort vN R Sledge i Co 6030V L Anderson vs Chas D Brown ot iP49iSame vs Martha Brown cb-S o5ojsV E Grinstead Co vs King Baize 8- 15q5oErneCurtis vs S C rownD 5058 W U Rowe vs Arvllle Balls c- oI1FOrd c vs D T Wilson ctuLsLcw4Iersva R r Taylor Jr S79 IdWciiirSliTvec iP R Kelly c va Ed Davltoa c o8o Laura Ann Coy vs Jas T Taylor Elizabeth Jolly vs Illinois CeuIn tral R R CoIjoSg Thomas vs Same a i99p Same c vs Sametbl090 Bertha Duke vs Robt Nelsoacgrl S098 C W Adams Sons vs Oliver cd jico F B Sullenger vs Helfrlc Lam ber Mfg Coaio8 Indiana Machine Works vs Mc Henry Mfg Mch Co jiocj David Baird Son vs Cora Bean Stateler c- iziUSSchool Fur Co vs T T Wal lace cItSiLt Beaver Dam Deposit Bank vs W C Smith has jitS J WFord vs G TWestetfleld cm ii6 H T Crow vs Samuel Keown 1863 G T Westerfield vs T Jshn 4062 W P Drake vs Rowan holbrook NINTH DAY il8 EdCooper va Illinois Central R theRCo t19 R T Taylor Jr vs C D Chick jSzo B D Ringo va Helfrlck Lumber For Mfg Co i2i Ernest Woodward admr vs lilt note Central R R Co 5712 Tbos Burton vs Juo W Martin 5123 W E Mosley va Ed Davidson i724 John Blown va Robt T Hoover 5735 W E Grinstead Co vs W H White 5126 Griffith Bros vs Georgia Coots 5127 Standard Oil Co vs Fordsville Block Coal Co 5128 N H Ford vs Wm Powers c 1129 Wm L Williams ys Royal iris tetnal Union 13o Gal In Taylor VM Evansville Bowling Green Packet Co 211U II Thatcher vs A O Bridges 5132 S Goldstein Co vs A Shspero 5733TJmmi J Thomas gdn vs New York Life Insurance Co 5134 Mary Burton vs Hannah Burton 5136 Dan T Wilson vs Carton Byera 51361 Jno H Wilson vs Same 5137 P R Robertson ys Francis J Reltz a 5138 F L McKernan vs A J Casey 5139 S D D Myers vs Green River Mining Mfg CoV5140 U B Curry va Same St4r JB CotTman vs Same 514 Neal Givens Co vs W H Cot line- Acopy Attest S A ANDERSON Clerk By W O HAKDWICK D C Hanna Exposed 0J The Kearney Hub= says sarcas- ically that since Senator Hanna has been duly exposed by a certain popn listpaper It expects the Ohio Senator will engage In some nefarious scheme to keep people at work at good wages Senator Hanna Is one of the m peculiar men in America He pays sttcaf ocd wages and treats every man Bud woman In fits employ Wench a kindly considerate way that no out sldclnducement has ever yet ca then to strike or spealcdl hltn except I Bfif BAnDABA MoDOJIALp Preal IYIdent ot the St Louis Bins Btbbo wrltei th i following UlU eoaoemlng Feruaa frOm 3M7 Dajtoj street St Louis Mot It If with feelings ot gratltada tor benefits t1 LCd frOrntb use of Porun 1 dufrto proclaim to hum pkta4 experience hoping that U will bone tome nnfortunata sufferer like myself II Suffering for years with what ap to bo an Incur bl malady and a great ez Incurred consult Ing physicians without any benefit I WU recommended to try Peruno JLii listexpedient Ipnrchsjed a bottle and before onehalf of the content were wed toll the beneficial remit I am cOn tinning to 010 some and might aay I am entirely well My disease seemed tube catarrh of the stomach andtharnauseating sensation and the heavy languid tlrodout feelings with which I suffered especially after eating have entirely len me and my dlgeaUnort gans are In splendid a which I owe to the use of Pornos MRS BAJIBARA McDONALD 211M Julia V Teller ot 2618 Prairie street Milwaukee WU U President of the German Young Womans Union Her opinion of Peru s U glren mUle following words 4 Our German Young Woman Union nothing but praise for Fernna Threo of our members hare been moat Wonderfully helped One of thorn had I The lasstfude Incident to spring many varieties ate especially j the term pelvic catarrh Any woman wishing to be ptac should Immediately send a caions for the first months f will be supplied by the dodor but Read what the above ladles hay rell you do not derive prompt at d lfaitaraagirJia fIIstatemead I Address Dr IiartaaEreI4 praise When McLean spent ahalf buying up every pnrchsseable in Ohio to defeat Hanna and flooded the Buckeye State with reenbacks Senator Hanna shook ilmself buckled on armor andmarch to victory Such was his rugged ommoneense logic and such his- opularity that crowds flocked to hear him and do him honor and not the east aid which was given him came from processions consisting of larger delegations of children marsbaledby their mothers who sang for hint and- trewed his path with flowers Long live Mark Hanna The wage earner no more devoted iriend Econo a I eop It lit You HOB knit when the bowels fail to set prop dy take a dose of LyoNs LAZATIV iVR0i Tlt a tsgenttybuteffecualiy oa kidneys liver and bowels will keep four systemin good working order sad make your complexion clear v sate byJ Thos Allen RosIneKy Not Precisely Generous There has never been a generous monopoly but there have been mo nopolies that have served to reduce the cost of production Kansas City StarFor example the PreeTrade mo- n poly of 18936 produced things tent porarily at a reduced cost by cutting wages 40 per cent and reducing the purchasing power of the masses But that can hiy be called monopolistic generosity At a Bryan dollar dinner in Tennessee recently an Impassioned orator referred to our peerless leader who has done nothing to forfeit our love except to die for us crucified cross ol gold The same day Mr Bryan moved into a 3000 brick barn while his 3ooo house was being completed No Loss of Tlmu I have sold Chamberlains Colfc Cholera and Dlarrhoec Remedy for tare and would rather be out of coffee and sugar than it I sold five bottles of It yesterday to threshers that could go no farther and they are at work again this mormilugIl R Phelps Plymoth Oklahoma As will be seen by the above the thrash ire were able to keap on with their work without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle 61 IIIJeltBoy And Bull Pup II a man had a twodollar bull pup he would lopkalter It carefully and ci119t let him be around at night allover town but it he has a boy We auns constant bloCltaeJle for thOlai yearThe othei two mien rom err tanhef thelnKland throat I have lIIodUafCeraJnQupleuan experience with an attack of lagrlppo and found that three bottles complete ma to beslthZnlIsVI Teller Mrs Mary Hardy of M W Poll street Chicago 111 writM i i I IIIDti It rieceuMrr ech tpHeg tt ukeeol8l kin ot a tad IIm4 ktrt tried m grett mtay but bre tones moat ofiucli nine mtPerum After UklBf few teelultllegood effect sad teltSoaf aiet jo tbwore than one bottles a tprlagmedl ciaeMrs MaryHtrty Ills Catherine Ro Berto 8681TEim street Contralto J1L writes I 44 1 have found Peruna tne most saLts tying medicine I star tried In n yi lUll dtor years with catarrh of the weather Is especially tryingto wot ten roao to aggravation All this clad IS OBJXellstotDrHartmaaspa me mail syaptomfduratloif of dl raiment will be promptty mailed all accessary direction wilt be tut- i to say otfteruaa as mcure tarthe satisfactory results from the us r your CMC madhe will be fleased te at rm e f 1bT Cum VVV different He Is turned loose at an early hour to go to the devil aad then the people wonder where the array of tramps burnt loaders dead beats gamblers drunkards cutthroats and murderers como from They are germinated from bad seed gathered from our homes and sown broadcast on our streets and alleys tt piay be that your boy is making a growth In tbar direction At all events the boys should be given an equal show with the bull pup KeatoaArgas it Carvegie kKoSoPl1 A basket lull of bonds Is tke h vIlest baaketjoait1lucverl had carry I would almostas soon leave young aan a curse as burden him with the elifligbydolla- rIAttilbutemostomy ucteea In life to the fact thattrubJernna oil tay hick like watd irom A duck Men who Inoldsgcstriveionly to Increase their already great hoards are usually the slave of the habit of hoarding formed in their youth At first they own the money later In life the nloney owns them College gradnates will usually be found under salaried trusting labor dinates IklanDt from the sonsol the mil liohslres or the noble that the world receives Its teachers 1U martyrs its I Inventors Jtt potts or even its men of afialrs It Is from tile cottage of the poor that all these springs It will be a great taUtike loV the community to afaoqt the mllllonalrea for they are the beeJI that make the most honey and contribute moat to the hive after they have gorged themselves full IMoaey is left by millionaires topub- lic institutions when they must relax I their grasp upon it There is no graceapd can be no blessing In giv I log what cannot be withheld From I The Empire of BuslnellI Itut1w WeWasteStarnps Goverment employes who are in a position to know say that there are more than 1 000000 worth of stamps wasted In the United States annually The United States ofcourse reaps th- benefiUor Sml every one ol these stamps represents 2 cents turned Over to the United States Treasury without any equivalent services being rendered People mayat first be iuclleed to question how such a qtu ntlty ol stamps are wastedV Well for one thing there are aiotbf them which JH the course bfa ar1teflost in a cornerof a pocketbook or In the darkreceaeea ol a desk where they arernnjpled sad torn Hot weather used to inln a lot o stamps by guramlnj them together agavate4ivfood did not digest properly end life lost Its best charm until I tried Peruna It made a new woman ofInO Ittook eight bottles to effects complete core but I would not be back In the former cbndl ilon for a thOusand dollar ammost grateful for being cured completely and feat better than I hire done for years Catherine It Berto Ailments peculiar to the sex ot affecElons are dcscrlbei leafs forfreejiome ireatmeataat em and treatment already tried tree ot charge No free medicine wished 4 teases of Peruna write at ftncetto Or iIvjouksyaluMead vkegrftltl ihas OkIe 7t T P bat the little olledpaperctsmp books sold now obyiate much of that lou Many people are careless about put- tingstanupsgupapers andeavelopea aad befaretBeletttrs reach their des tInitfoi the stampa are lost and the package gets held up lor more postage Other people put oa too much postage often slapping oa a 5 cent stamp on a package that requires only one cent One other great source of stamp revenue to the Government and of waste of the people to from the prac tlc indnlgeIn bmayfirins of send lugont letter soliciting1 patronage and containing a stamp for a reply which Is velitiaceR Women as Well ifij Men AreMade Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble upon the mind dls courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor I b and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys out of of diseasedKidney trouble Y has become so prevalent that It Iinot uncommon for child to born ainicted with kidneys I child urln ates too often II the urine scalds the flesh or II when the chlt reaches an ago when It should be able o control the ge It U yet afflicted win bedwettlnr depend upon the cause of the difficulty tt kidney trouble and the first step should towards the treatment ol these Important oreans This unpleasant trouble Is doe to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bldder and not loa habit tx most people suppose Women as u men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the Immediate effect of SwampRootIs soon realized It U sold by druggists In fifty cent and one dollar sizes YoU may have a sllnDls bottle mail order a be weak the be freeabopamphlettelU Hornet 8w aq Roo4 all about It of the thousands ot testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and- mentIon this paper THE NEW YORKWORLD x 1 Thrfc ia Week EdltlonAt I most a Daily at the Prke of a Weekly Tea PreIdnttat eampalyrn l ciTtr but tba world iroea OB lust lb setup and It la toll ofnew ToUornthlantwa lad u It iaprornptljnsato mparUalljrjaUIthato k ITa in tho colunin of The ThrloWsk Edition of lb w YorkW5vtd hlcb eass to ti sub acribrlM 11w ayear ThaThrtWt orld dRlllln aD a pub flaMe otarat sw baa 1IIa It rcalaUon whir attrtha EDgtolr langnag U spoksaastd you TDtfarlcaaWatkWorlda regnlar subsetS tlouprlcalaoalj 1104 OrrMrv Wa oSr thla totcbs regular svbcripUos prieaolta pa preIeauG p IJL 7h4ia2aiLI J wIF I VS Trtl I 1 I c 2 Hi f r J I= = h I I r 1 n- Jr Hartford Republican SliWd frlJjtil b i tin Hartford Pub CoJitcirporatti tnil ilHjitlotdp toficiieeondtlas5niailinjlU Yw L =rnQPrq i CzndQn O nGih niv Q JOHN IIUVUY THOMAS i lllnr p FRIDAY MAY 2ji 1 ANOVNCEMEiTM t ForIIrrIiJiuslrIf- r ireantborhe4 to aiounWI OtINt- ounhya 01 a canilidat or Ufcult 1 Judl utbt MIlth Jadirlal ftstrIrtsubjcttutb- a1toi of tli lJHuoratw 1 4rty tT E stars and stripes were Grace JuIIy furled in Cuba Tuesday and r Cubatook seat in the council of nations that day COL W J Bryan is in Cuba just how Mr Bryan started to Cuba aboittbreoyear ago at the expense J of the Federal Treasury butwell there was fighting goingOn over there i then SEE in this issue the announce ment of Judge W T Owen for the nomination of tho Democratic party forrorclccliou to tbepOico of Circuit Judge Judge Owen is wjoljjiuown- r to tho people of the district as a gent Jlemaii and alawyor of high character andan able and capable Judge yrABOUT two weeks ago Mm Eva V Brown daughter of Mr ST Brown of Centerlown was expelled by the faculty from Hartford College2and the young ladys friends asked for an investigation of the case which was had before the trustees ot tho College last JFriday night resulting in a vin dication of the faculty We are not familiar in detail with the facts in the case but feel it our duty to say that Miss Brown is a perfect lady and is in every way worthy of the respect and good will of our people p s a4 t SULPHUR SPRINGS KY May 20 Farmers are busy plant Ing core and making tobacco hills getting ready for a large crop 7 The health of the neighborhood is i good Mrs Eo A Cate bas announced openingtv erybody Is invited Tbe Dundee Vband will furnish music Refresh ments of all kinds will be on hando Mrs Cate extends an Invitation to the editor and his estimable wife to be present she also extends an invlta t tion to the editor of tbe Owensboro V Messenger as that coupty Is her old- S J home Mr Isaac Stevens wife and son re turned Sunday from KnottsvlHe S where they have been visiting Mrs Stevens parents Mrsfcate is offering her farm ho tel and springs for sale The baptizing that has been postponed so long will take place next Sunday the 36th In Rough river near Joe Shultz at4 pp1 WILLIAAIS MINES May 20There is going to be great Improvements in our little town they are talking of putting the electric machines and air compressed In the mines Mr R W Hooper and sons Robert and Wallace of Echols visited friends and relatives here Sunday Mrs A M Smith and Mrs L Smith of Beaver Dam were In town Friday Mr and Mrs Andrew Tbarp and Master Ralph Messrs Granvllle In gram andJno Reynolds left Sunday to attend the Carnival in Louisville this week t MrE G Rhoads was the guest of Miss Ethel Thorpe Saturday f Bora to tbe wife of Mr Lawrence Craddock on the isth a bouncing girl Mr Robert Calloway is visiting friends and relatives in Luzerne this week Miss Annie Hocker of Goshen was In town Saturday Mr Leman Austin and wife was the guest ot his mother Sunday Mr and Mrs Guy Steltler went visiting Sunday Miss Mary J Vernon visited friends at Gosben last weekiMr Vernon Cooper left last week forlHdlana Mr Ernest Brown of Echols passed through here Sunday enrout to Beaver Dam to see his best girl Rev Larrison preached nt the School house Sunday and Sunday nightMr Robert Tbarp Srof this place lelt the 2d of this month for Philadelphia Pa and set sail from there on the tenth on the steamer Noor land to visit friends and relatives in England He is expected to return the latter part of July Misses Anne and Maud Mlllard were in town Monday South Kentucky Crops The wheat in South Kentucky counties Is reported to be looking badly and the farmersdo not expect more than a third fa crop this year Cut worms are doing great damage to young corn In that section and caterpillars have appeared on some of the fruit trees to the detriment of the fruit- S 41 Felled A Bull Danville Ky May I9Martln Jones a resident of Danville was only saved from a bloody death by the power of his right arm In Casey count =ty Joiiej Jin jfnU fiqd V and wpat into a ijeld tj secure 4 Calf A Us bull disliked his looks for some teasotf and alter a few preliminary bellow ings lowered his bead and wade a wild rush for him Jones bad no means of defense bUt doubled his fist and as the infuriated animal was about to plunge his horns into him struck It furiously over the eye with such vloltn that it felljand roed on the ground Jones then escaped but his hand Is badly Injured from the blow FdRDSVILLeKY 2r School closed here Fri IMa Mr Clnrence SmltV formerly ol this place but now located In ijpuls vllle came down Tuesday for a shot visit to relatives I Miss Catherine Griffith of Russell vlle will arrive Thursday to be the guest of Mlssjessle Reynolds Mrs Arnold McCarty went to Owensboro Tuesday bra visit An Indian Medicine Show compos ed of eight Indians came to Fords ville Monday for a weeks stay The following parties will leave for the Mammoth Cave Mrs Adair Misses Nancy Smith AlmaI Ford and Jessie ReyOoldi1Prof Drus bel Edward Sifeatt Arthur Smith and Wayne Reynolds v MnJ fbi Graham ofNairowrfwas Ittlown Monday Messrs Peyton BlleySam Keown J L Davidson and others have been attending Circuit Conit this week Mr WW Camp was In Owens bora the latter part of last week Mrs Nancy Mils of Trisler spent last week with her sister Mrs Helen l Walker f- Mrs J B Rice Is on the sick list Prof Drushel and Mr Jack Elmore spent Monday near Askins Station exploring cave t Miss Irene Whlttinghiii of Trisler- Is with Mrs J R Walk r this weekI Mr and Mrs Jett McCarty are on the Invalid list f Mr Me Wise is In Irvington this weekMr J D Dabbage of Cloverport was In town last Saturday Mrs Rachel Johnson of RockCeld Ky is here for an extended visit to her daughters Mrs Dudley and Mrs Perry Cooper Several of our young people spent Sunday at Tar Springs Breckinridge county those who made the party were Misses Nancy and Mamie Smith and Jessie Reynolds Messrs Edward Swcatt Ester Martin and ProfDrushel CERALYOKY May 18 Farmers are busy pre paring ground and planting corn and the cutworms seem to be getting their share of the corn that Is up So many will have to replant Oats wheat and meadows are needltfg rain Mr Thomas Smith of ladia Hill visited this place last Thursday and returned homeFriday Miss Maud Barnard visited friends in Rockport Friday Mr Jessie Garrett returned home from Paradise last Friday Mr George Duncan Smallhonse visited his father Mr George Dun can of this place Sunday Messrs Finis Chancellor and John Chancellor visited their aunt Mrs Florence Williams Saturday and SundayMrs Clemmie Everly was celled Tuesday to tbe bedside of her sister at Williams Mines who died shortly alter her arrival Miss Lottie Oilman is visiting in Ceralvo at this writing MrsNola Mullen is visiting her sister Mrs Plennel Jones this week Dr J M Everly made a flying trip to Louisville last week Dr G G Everly Is on the sick list this week rJ W Garrett visited this place last week Mr Charley Glenn the drng drummer was In town this week Convention Pursuant to an order of the Repub lican Committee for tbe Second Appellate District of Kentucky a con vention ic hereby called to meet at Leitchfield Klon Wednesday June 25th 1902 at 2 oclock pin for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for Judge of the Courtof Appeals lot said district The Re publlcanjrof thelvarious counties are directed tp meet at the county seats of their respective counties on June 2 ist 1902 at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting delegates to the said convention Tbe basis of repre sentation will be one delegate for eack 100 votes cast for McKinley and one for each fraction over fifty By order of the committeeN Chmn 2nd Appellate Dist Rep CornIBy T W SWKATT SEC Wont follow advlco after pay- Ing for It In a recent article a prominent physician says It is next to Impossible for the physician to get his paI tents to carry oltany prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the small eat extent he has but one resort left namely the drug treatment When medicines are used or chronic const patlon the most mild and gentle ob tamable such as Cdamberlalns StomC ach Liver Tablets should be emI ployed Their use Is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels In a natural and healthy conditionlFor sale by all druggists ta Jail Delivery Stanford Ky May I9J W Cas ted Chris Jackson nnd a prisoner iLJf I c f Yeiir fongftfe fIr its doa d your stonmeh is bad your liver is out of order Ayers Pills will clean your tongue cure your dyspepsia ma your liver right Easy to take easy to operate JSe tIdrugg- l1tFtyourmouitS or boatrl bttatlfal trowB tt rich t TbuuI- I BUCKINGHAMS DYES 1rA e S N S S tSm P H lamed 0 ryan escaped fron jail here laft night Jallrr Hmln allowed them the freedom ol the corridor Sun day alternoon and they took advant ageofbis absence nt church find broke the iron hats liom II WindoW In I he second story nnd reached the ground by means of bnnlelii nad Tinto ropes The alarm was quickly Faun ed andI a posse formed to capture them Jackson and Olr au were captured near Crab Orchard l ut Casteel Is still at large FARMERS Three carloads of the eCrthOxjust received at T JTpr Icy Cos Hartford and they arc selling it at poSeeyour order We can save you money and sell you the prizewinning Tobacco Grower having taken all first and second Pre miums at OwensboroKy going for the best Tobacco grown with our brands of Fertilizer at our next opening Yours for busines- sTJTURLEYCO Free Lecture Mrs Florence Bacon of Boston will give a free lecture to ladies onl in court ball tonight at eight oclock physicalbody and how to away wrinkles All the ladies invited- SMAWIOUSE KY May 19 Rev G W Shugart who has been sick for some time was able to come to his regular appoint ment at Equality church Sunday Mr Jake Barnard bas returned home from Hopkins county Mr Calvin Warden has gone to Evansville with some stock Mrs Amanda Williams and little children Elbertle and Serena are visiting friends in Rosine Mr and Mrs Joe Bullock and fami ly visited their sister Mrs Dave Luck Sunday and returned Monday Miss Ethel Hunter who is visiting her sister Mrs Jas S Trunnell will return home Friday She will be ac companied by her sister Mrs Trun nell and little niece who will remain several days visiting her parents and other relatives MrTom Harris who bas been suf faring greatly with rheumatism for several weeks Is no better Miss Annie Balls who has been visiting Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo has returned home The little infant child of Rev G H Lawrence and wile died Saturday was burled at Equality Sunday Prof M D Maddox who is teach ing a school in the West Providence neighborhood visited his parents Mr and Mrs M D Maddox Satur day and Sunday Mr Sherfield was the guest also of Mr Maddox Sunday T FREIDALAND KY May 20Our Sunday school at CaneRun is progressing nicely with JR St Clalr Superintendent Mrs J O Sandbach and son Willie will visit her daughters near Pine Knob Grayson connty next Saturday and Sunday We wish them a pleasant time Dr J A Duff has returned home from Louisville where he has been at tending a Medical College Rev H D Butch filled his regular appointment at Cane Run last Sat urdayand Sunday Several of our young people attend ed Cbllderns Day atOakGrove last Sunday and report apleasent time Judge JP Miller delivered a lecture to our Sunday School last Sun day evening which was enjoyed by all present Mrs S E Hamtnack Hammack Kywrites With pleasure I recommend Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets I have used them my sell for several years and can testily as to their efficiency in sick headache and other troubles peculiar to our sex The entire Treatment for only 150 m T 150 Killed Knoxville Tenn May 19 One hundred and fifty miners were killed this morning ct the Footesyllle and Thistle mines by an explosion of gas The cause ifthe explosion Is riofae finitely known The mine was badly recked and many of tbe bodies were mrnedprcrushed beyond recognition judging by those that have been recovered but relief parties are opened as soon as possible They visited the school the presl ent of the board first putting on a obg tailed coat saying She adds dignity and then she hides my gun which are a bad example afore them blldren I dont approve of anybody under fourteen carryln a gun- Tilt KEENER of tile Davicss County Castile as Seen by the Alleged Dank Robber HL Mush Hartford Ky May 22 19 2 To Tim PUBLIC On the night oi January 21 1902 the Bank of Hartford was robbed and on the following morning I II J Marsh together with James Keeley G R Gray and Joseph Mills were ar rested charged with the i Inur ont at the preliminary exarnhiathn err heM for the action ofth grand jtry and remanded to the Owenstxiro jail for safekeeping Far be it from me to detract one jot or little fioiu the good name uf any 1 man but with all due respect to the citizens of Davless county permit me to say a few words abut one ol the officials ol said county vU John Asbby Gentleman Johnas theI Owensboro Messenger calls him which by the way is a nitsnomer As many citizens of Hartford rantes tlly when we were taken to Owens boro our personal appearance wasite spectable iinot gentbehpldour return to Hartford and this is CanO tletnan Johns doing 4 ObI Lord During the siege ol smallpox In Oorensboio j ilwc were compelled to deep In tile same cell with men who bad smallpox and noI precaution whatever Mistaken to prevent the spread ol the disease My lamp costing 250 and my oil can 950 lull of oil 15c and Irom 25 to 40 worth ofclothes Irom each of us were destroyed At the same timf Mr Ashbys clothing and the dustfilled benches and spittoons could notjjold contagion Mr Ashby still wear his same bat and shoes ours 5 hats and shoes were burned MrAshby s little girls could play along the fiver bank Mr Asbby walked about town and his trusty Tom Hackitt could sit on the back fence and talk to all passersby but no one could write a letter It would carry contagion II a prisoner had money and wanted to buy food the money had to be lumigated Fumigation candles 30 each 150 for Ashby and yet we talk about the Eternal Fitness of Things The Owensboro jail Is a Dintea Inferno and over its door should read the inscription Ye who enter here leave all hope behind Any man of Intelligence knows that jails are not Waldotf Astorias and expects to find plain fare and no Delmonico Menus at the same time in old Kentucky the home of all that is good in this world hq expects at least humane treatment Xn right here let me ask Did it ever occur to you that mans inhumanity to man can make a criminal out of honest material and ia really the cause of the crowded condition of orff penal mali tutions I just had breakfast bacon eggs and good biscuit and coffee and ohl what a change from John VAshbys rotton sausage John Ashby will tell you Ob I give the boys good food I feed them plenty1 Iltl lIe gives jou eggsyes indeed during four months sojourn I got one egg We usually got fur breakfast twoor three half raw biscuits and some rotten sau suge and you eat that or starve un less you bought food yourself Dur- Ing four months we spent ov ru5for food which accounts for our well fed appearance The food served there is not only Insufficient bnt Im pure and of everything you buy Mr Ashby must have a commission of toper cent He will tell you that he feeds the prisoners from his own ta ble and they fare the same as his fun fly I dont say they dont but I do say heaven pity his fmlly J S Adams who was jn Owens boro jail was furnished a shirt by the county through Mr Asbby In which to go to trial His case Will dismissed and be was brought back to Jail and relieved of that shirt and sent out naked in January with snow on the ground A negro Joe Jordan by name gave him a shirt This is gentleman John Oh Lord what I say here is not from my re vengeful or vindictive spirit or from any desire to injure but Is simply a plain statement of factsthe truth of which can be verified by a visit to the Owensboro jdl not by Mr Asbbye nor from appearances butby quesv tlonfng the prisonersRCoo Lash Arnold Wra Wlnn Jamea Howard and J T Doyle tare all men who will tell the truth Some of tlie other prisoners Ashbys tools would tell anything John Ashby told them to tell Jor a chew of tobacco They are modern IIEsaus and would 8 their birthright for less thats mess of pottage I guess If John i Ashby knew I would write this be would have poisoned me bnt its now too late It has been my polfcyslnceI became a man to speak of a man saX find him and If I could not say a good word I never say a bad one but dur 20 years of travel over America En gland France and Belgium Xbven- ever come in contact with as email a character as John Ashby Language Is inadequate to express his petty nature I jlartlord we havenot only been treated humanely klnJly and though I may be sentenced to prison I shall ever remember jlie Ohio county officials as kind men who havebourne out the reputation of their and hate proven tbemlelves gentlemen No doubt you hare read of the famous prisons of Libby and Andcrsonville of Moro Castle and the Black Hole of s Calcutta but they all pale into Inslg 1r 0 Ttbq HHt1 woetim a given to wht COnlag10US 14 generally known as the DAD II8 EASU It is not confined to dens of vice or the lower classes The purest and best people arc sometimes IWood polso Infected awful malady through handling the clothing clunking Hout tile sallie using the same tollct articles or otherwise in contact with vesselsIwho have contracted it I IL tI1 111 IL ucgns UblIUIl wiin groins a red eruption breaks Out on the body sores and ulcers appear in the mouth the throat becomes ulcerated the hair eye brows and lashes fall out the blood becoming more contaminated colored splotches and pustular eruptions and sores appear upon different parts of wai the body and the poison even tue 4 S S Slsa Specific for this loathsome disease and cures it even in the worst forms It Is a perfect antidote for the voVCrlul virus that pollutes the and penetrates tg all parts of the system Unless you get tills poison out of blood will ruin you and bring disgrace and disease upon I children for it canbe transmitted to S 8contains no mercury or potash is guaranteed strictly vegetable compound fr Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious Blood Poison If you want medical advice give us a history of our case and our physicians will furnish alllhe information you without any charge whatever THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA n nificacce when compared with the baRtlle of Davless county If there be aGod of lovea God of metcy sad Infinite compassion who sends us a the tijiree cardinal prlnclpes f which are faith hope and charity He must have had nn incapable sub stitute when be created John Ashby for he wade a jioor man In the cull iuti Krspctlully I H L MARSH SPor John Howard Mr Ashbys deputy we have only tile j warmest words ol praise lIe is a I gentlfnian but I fear lor his future He is liable to contamination by con tract with his superior officer Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Rel Ward for any cased 1 Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheny Co Toledo O- We the undersigned known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe his perfectly honorable In all business transacting and financially able to carry ont any obligations made by their firm West Trnax Wholesale Drug gists Toledo O Waldlrrjt Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface ol the system Testimonials sent tree Price 750 per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the best e Notice Tbe Hartford Water Mill Carding Machine will be open lor business this season Bring on your wool tf JW Ford a A Tribute to Thomas Basbanv Trlsler Ky May2oBy their works shall ye know them This Is pot only the test of congregations churches societies and orders but of men We gladly apply It to the sub ject of this sketch We knew him by his works we knew hint as an ex ceedingly kind husband as an Indul gent yet firm disciplinarian in the governing of his family as an oblig big neighbor and ever punctual in the performance of his promises but above all we knew him as a sturdy Christian and by the multiform and efficient services be rendered in a modest way the church to which he was attached Alter his conversion did any one ever know Thomas Das ham to neglect a Christian duty when tbe surroundings would admit ol its performance You could discern in his sad sweet countenance the out cropplngs of a generous obliging nature and a heart full of human kind nessAs his family physician the writer knew him welt In all matters pertain lug to his home life and his many virtues and In his death deeply tbe lots of a trusty and a trusting Irlend But death is no respecter of persons About the loth of last Jan uary although be had only livednot yet quite thirtynine years the grim monster called for him and be obeyed tbe call I scarce can realize that my good friend is no more of earth In this humble tribute to his mew ory I voice the sentiment of alt who knew him as I did I believe that his neighbors will join with me in every utterance J W M 5 u 5 S SCOHS Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the meant of life and enjoyment of life to thousands women and children When appetite falls it restores it When food isa burden it lifts the burden When youlose fleshit brings theplumpness of health When work is hard and duty is fheavyf it makes life bright It is the thin edge of the wedge the thick end is food But what is the use of food when you hate it and cant di gest it r Scott Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefood that makes you forget your sfotttach r If ou have not tried It send SOP froeanmple Its Barre abe tasta will ysgcoTt YorIIDOc uIavI Ut DUIC IOCU DSIIIII5 4Tsaof Blood Poison I under treatment 4 4do888 I commenced to Improve at once emS In a very Ihort time all evidence of the dleeaia disappeared I took il bet 4 ties and today ameound and wilt 5 K Wall Morrletown Then uuesiiw ponca 4 your it your from S but 4 wish 6A P have lees and men M Election Notice oiitycyuvrYcourtT nguiafyenm Ith dv M tayW2 IJ ColWruoi t af rptlUoatn 1 d nr Japn s1 Olor A Ixxil Option tflwtloVli th 4 Townf1lokporI Vrat kitI J J Culbotlsnu W MlIollificlil 11 D KiiedJen WmJJI ler OeoW Tilford Z Ilirrel F B UewiltC II Cbesenhfcll Harve Kelley WJ F Shruru Henry IL Price Qeo it Maddox RobU IV Her It E Her Jt8 Tllfonl Ed Turley Riley Hughs B 0 Petty 8 1U Keowu W J Howe H N Moore Eli Rush L 0 Napier lIil Howard Joe Tilford Arthur Ferguson W E Hammons E 0 Campfield L D Her M L Campficld E A Garner W P Graves John Bratcher Theodore Bennett A C CoweD W U Ham and F Baker having by an order ot the Ohio County Court duly made at its last regular April 11902 term filed their written petition signed in writing bjr each andall of them prayS ing for a Local Option Election to be held in and for the town of Rock port Ohio county Kentucky on Saturday the 7th day of June 1902 which said written petition was in said order u it is now adjudged to be signed by a number of the citizens residents of legal and qualified votes in said town qualified to vote for county officer equal to and more than equal to twentyfive 25 per cent ot such said viler voting at the last general election held in and for said town and the said petition ers having by and through their at torney E P Neal deposited with J P Miller presiding Judge of this Court and the tinCJudge oTiliis Ohio county Xyn amount in money in a sum sufficient to pay for the printing and posting advertise menls u provided for the lees of the Clerk for making the entries in tho Order Bok and other expensed of said election it is therefore ordered ami adjudged by the Court tbe Court being sufficiently adrited that an election be held tn and for the Midtown of Rockport on Saturday June tbe 7th 1902 to fake the sense of all the legal voters of said town quail fled to volt for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirit uous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned and trafficked in in the said town of llockport or whether or not the law now in force prohibiting the sale better loan of and traffic la such liquors in Ohio county shall become inoperative in the said town of Rockport 0 P Kcown the regular duly elected qualified and acting 8h riO of Ohio count I appointed to hold said elec tion for which purpose he if ordered and directed to open a pollat each and all the voting places in said town for holding municipal elections and he will duly advertise said election as required by law M 8 IliglanJ tbe regular duly elected qualified land acting Clerk of this Court is or dered and directed to properly prepare and furbish poll books for said election as is required by law and this cause is continued This lOih s i1y of May1902 A copy Attest Mi B RAOfciNU U 0 COF NOTICE Pursuant to the foregoing order and judgment oCtbeqiu9CounJy Courtr I will on 7th 1902 cause a poll to be opened as and in the matttier required bylaw al each and all 10 t the voting places Id the town of Rockport Ohio eouaj ty Kentucky Tte take the sen of the legal yQera of said tqwp qqaU fled to vote for county officers upon the prop08hlonIIWhetbcflr not spirituous vinous orlalt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned or trafficked In in the said town of Ohio county Kyfor whethetQr not the law now in force in Ohio county Kentucky prohibiting the sale bar liquorsabtown of Rockport Ohio county Ken tucky Given under my hand as UbenQof Ohio county Kentucky this the 10th day of May 1902 V OPKiowNSQO t Far Sal Alarmpfi5oscresneariSUnflyi- lale Rough rivet bottom land well Improved Can on or address J JAS WVSOKC Snnnydale Ky J V- Ii PLEASE 1 1 I REMEMBER 1r1 That we are headquarters for nil kinds of Dry Goods 9A Ladies Dlvsa Goods Shoos Hats and Lathes and It Gonta Furnishinga u specialty Mattings a largo tt V lino nt popular pricesTitsli Fabrics of nil designs 3 lIullntcst patterns Linen Goods al lowest pre U Seo our elegant lino of Mens Shirts and Tics 4rics- nil it on Goods guaranteed to bo tho lowestr quality U U 1 considered If you need anything in Dry Goods it lIo 9 will pay you to visit us first it lOur Spring Clothing i fj JBV For Men Youths and Boys is tho largest most styl JJ J ish and heat over shown in Hartford Theso Suits J arc made of fabrics that will givo long and eatisiac tl 41 tory Horvico tho tailoing cannot ho oxculled mid tho lJo J etyles uru notably correct Thcso Suits were pirioii it tub selected and an experience of twenty years in lIo 91 Clothing and Gents Furnishings enablt us to offer these selections to our customers with tho assuninco it i that they are absolutely tho best and the cheapest lit J1 that tho market allbrds J 1 4 Bring us your ountry rnxluco for which we J J will as always pay you tho highest market price ftof 41 9fl i SAM BACH 9 U 9 9 U 41 41 Hartford Ky41 w Now is the Time to Buy atS7ggy or S7 rey Ifyou want tho BEST buy an AMKS It has stood tho test of titno Built of timber bought from homolpcoplo Bodies nil inado in our own factory byskilled workmen Our guarantee is therefore of Mmio value 1 Now Styles and Fresh work win always be mml3t our General Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky 4 CAPACITY of our Factory 20000 Finished yet TiicIespVr antiuni F A AMES COlCwenbrQ X3r I COLLINS SALOON f BaBTPC BD nndllnmdlcsOld International f11wcinltiC8j f BeeriBa Ba COLLINS CO Mass Convention Pursuant to call issued by the Second Appellate District Republican Repubtcans ed to meet In Mass Convention at the court house In Hartford Ky Saturday June at 1902 at1 oclock pm gattstovention at Leltchfield Ky Jnne 25 onedelegateover fifty cast for Win McKinley for residentin igto NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn LyTAFYLave Syrups a vegetable preparation absolutely In ita it acts gentlyon tue kidneys liver and bowels cures con bllioninesi sick headache J thebloocas well as adults I orsalebyj Thos Allen RosineKy It Is easy to temporarily check a cough with the opiate cough ures but when it is to be cured tbe ltbaythe old reliable Just think of It I a positive cure for 25 cents m t CASTORIAFor I The Kind You Have Always Bought BaaratheSignature d 4i- O 101CHINNS SALOON ron FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES lEI R ElC CIGARS i AND TOBACCO rdleRyeapecla1ty 1EE CH1NN IIMTVORkIflp ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY WlJOorouTn Talk being cheap and necessary Jwhereand build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole count ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the River Telephone Companyor they will be nt the whole expense if J 1 you say so We connect with alt In particulars Hartford Ky 1 3 CUDl rlan T ohph 011 IAND1 INCOBPORATKD tol1UnellInconnected by its Long Distant line thirtyfiveStates surriunillugservice8 comprehensive and valua ble as a specialty of furnishing service to parties living ressqflabledistance atII I 1 w1Bun8IgTIftuiiSubscribe for THE HARTFORD fdadvance t I- fr j YAr r r m ir I 4 d = ctc ctc ctc ctc ctcctcf tOur + t LITTLE + ow ebs i Prices tAre the result of light expenses careful buying and a willingness to take less than 2 4c the usual profits for our goods Now that 4iiio hot weather is here it finds us well ifixed for your comfort Qualities the j4 highest Prices lower than anybody T Service the best 5 sji SPECIALS a 7 Big lino of LaI181regular Gc goodsat 5c f i jsi Twentyfive pieiis Sheer 121o Organdic at fOe I Dig him 18o Dimities at ICc 4 iNow Giiiglmmsnetunln1iiu i2cnt lOc a Now 18uvery1uiny5t lOc 15c 2Ocad 25c t Ladies Gatixo Vests Ho to fiOo y I iUlaek I ico Striped Hose 2oc tt 4sc Childa Ribbed Hose 1OCfl regular 15c quality 4 Mens Fine S1iiEJ42Cilhtfl4 1 pair euild 50c 4e Mens Fancy Half Hose lOc to COc Moils Light Weight Umloraliirte 25c MWIIH Iv Gut Shoes OOto25O 4sF Choice him Mens Straw Hats 25o to100 relics Strap Slippers 150 to 200 I F Bring us your Wool Eggs Ginseng 3 Feathers Chickens Hams Etc Highest 4 imarket prices paid 4 Do Trading at thes24BARGAIN CENTER i x i tt444c4 444 r b BiliousnessIMakcs Chrof1lc Invalids Wieo die UII toipid aa4 WJa 10 do lii work the Weun tM bIoo4 is a nnnt poisca ba Icome ocaUpitO btfloustaI llek beMaebe veru adutluU Thtoolytnttmint hat gi be her JU Ibo nbl loath ud tam NMUII wort to be rigtn- BtBBtril PILLSjTU pOl IJIWIIIo 21 cSoIeI tor d r IIi NIl ao I M your tut It eus llntlr tad fOIl wiU be wU bto s yuu tt Ub Ibwn Bnp fri For tale It I I IUduIN jol rJc p l 1 t r F aFar sale by J H Williams DruggIst Hartford Ky Hartford Republican44 L FRIDAY MAY 33 New Ginghams at Pairs cI Big line new Vans at Pairs i 1 Newest cl9tlIIngalwayaat Pairs of Tweddell make good meal Try j J j v4ilm tf J I I NzaijiiwaiMs l r children at r lIIalrat y Vh1te Silk veath at stat Fairs Jtoo quality Kid Gloves 895 at O Fairs Black Peau de Sole Silks for skirts 1 nt Fairs i I Bvery thing good to eat at City Res c tsurant t wBbrn totIIeofMrJobn King veaneaqtbt 150 qriality black tJbtJiJ hose loc per pairRtF lrs Call on Carson Bios for Anything la the grocery lincv I sacvlraiI1fliefythe laiestls awsioreI MriInu was in Owensboro 1r the rat5tbe week br RIU bl Cromwell was In tcltjWd ead4 f Prlng your Wool Begs Feathers t etc1 to 141re Highest prices paid Sheer Organdies Paris Muslin In r diaIlnensetc commencement at Falrs f I y f ojM 1In8 ad CI Coblen I IIlJe vrsitlng her daughter Mrs T Morton tIM week t F fJI Vt oC City Restaurant Is chock lull ol a goodies Nicest Fruits in Hartford at City Restaurant j Cheese Sausage 11am aadCrsckew at City Resiamrant Soda water Lemon4crad Puss phates at City Restaurant I J New line oi Fancy Candles and Fruits jast arrived at Cleve Ilerii Mr John Vreeland Bdltoi Pares ers Home Journal was In towk Mon day Cleve Iler groceries Rough River Phone No 15 All goods delivered free Best Sauaage aud Cheese st Cleve hers Grocery next door to Ecouomy Dry Goods Store Mr Alva John ton Owenaboro vII Itt his parents near Sulphur Springs Saturday and Sunday Mr John Taylor of Tennessee via Ited his sister Mrs Rpwan Holbrook the first of the week Call oa A C Taylor Liveryman hartford Ky for special bargains In Buggies and Wagons See Cleve Ilet the new grocery man for ever thing In family sup plies Moores old stand Dr A F Stanley and Mr iao Jt Thomas wit go to Owensboro today and will retur tomorrowi tDrlugyqurBggs Butter Rums Etc to Cfeveller Hartford who will I pay you the highest market price Price DomcMtlc Shirting Cotton Fabrics ol anyjklnd then come to Furs You will find then lower than anybody i Weak cent II I suffered terribly and was ex tremcly weak for 12 years Tbe doctors said my blood was all turning to water At last I tried feeling Ayers Saruparlllirand was soon Mrs 3 W Fish Hadlyme Ct of longyouhave poorly you may be today day be s Sarsaparilla is the best you can and take for purifying and en riching Dont doubt it put your of whole trust jh it throw away everything else I IINktli tldfI5gWI AikTovrdetorwpsIh Ihlnki of A wInprtgt II ll tKMltklrru4 old tmiiymdiein rllw kit t4TtM an4- p WlU hi I C Ana eo LowU JUM State Treasurer S W Hagar was n tows Tuesday Col C M Barnett returned to Louisville Tuesdayp MrJordonJVade qf McIIenry waa by mong our iallers Saturday Misses Ullle and Etta Thomas Wtntto Owensbpro Monday Get jour toad things to eat during CircUit Court atCUy Restaurant Freshest and Daintiest line of Cakes la Hartford it City Rertauraatv mylwhtdeliclousce Cream I a aud Sherbet at City Reatanreota Mr B D Rlngo went to Frankfort laat night and will return today Mrs Sx Cox and daughter Miss annie went to Louisville yesterday Mr and Mrs W W Park were leasant callers at thla omen Satur day horn to the wife ol Mr Ben Cham and rlalo of No Creek Friday morning a boy Seaator N T Howard ol Morgan tow Is attending court here this wceL the a Dr B A Carson of Leltchfleld t sited friends here Saturday and unday Mrs H W Rolph of Louisville is siting her mother Mrs Jennie Me IIcnry here- Dont to forget the discount allowed B you on tailormade garments at Carbe IOn ColWIe City Restaurant Is the most npto dte place la Hartford Call and seebr Cor yourself Amea Buggies the best on the to- lIIarket for ale by Av C Taylor lartfordi Kris 0 b 4 The farmers were too bUy 19 come toconrt Monday and only a laIr crowd was here Carson Bros the Grocerera will flyer Grocrlrsat your house Ulve themicall Miss Nannie Mosley who has been tending school here has returned to here home at pleasant Ridge Mr and MrsS S May of Prentls were in Hartford Saturday the guests 01- of the family of Mr B P NealcWagons BugglesPhaetons Snrries and alt othtr kinds of vehicles for aateby A C Taylor Hartford KyIII Prompt delivery oran goods bought oC Cleve 11cr Best Groceries Veget bles Canned Goods Fruits Flour met1R 1 Tweddell is now 0 rind your corn Satlslactlon guar nteed Mill located southend Iron ridge Hartford K tftMr A CTaylor has sold wore uggiea in the lilt levee week than were ever sold la Hartford before In similar period of time IThIIthe last visit of the lowly locust andt they are appearing again la IwarallaWHteraX yaneBatUeitlaadBeaverDam1JHe I batl teems kat the Pair grounds I ereSAlarda wlth Very satisfactory suits to the Ilnrtlord boys We guarantee a tit In tailormade lothlug NQ fit no monerean nd get thebenefiioI the be ire June liti CARSON Co- At the teachers examination held ere last Friday and Saturday there ere fiftyeight applicants The uesttons were reported to have been ery easy Mlsajerushla Matthews of Ne- wfljdand Mrs Ludlow Flake liTsiiarlea Xyate visiting IIlwWe represetat Bdward Kose Co lercbant Tailors Their workman hip Is superior to all others 20 per entoS oa suits per cent onip nts untllJune 1st gst CARSON v Co Mr Cltve Iler who has fist en aged ia tke grocery business here he yonngtst business man la town iut ke kB ws what the peciJnVwant baUi to quality and faCnrkQdk prepared to please his fttoiatracbTue coadlttoa bi the col ege groundtt here Is an eyesore to laltora tk Ue college There taO 5 no excuse orsucb neglect nd wehopsto see the matter given msaediate atteatloa by those luau bority Until June rat we will give aoper oft on talior made suits and to percent cjjfon tailormade pants CARSON Cfj 1 UsqPi IL Alford of near Ibis 11 Branch who has ben sick for several months with a complication of disease erts Is still very sick and It IsCI feared by lila friends that the end is near Mr and Mrs JK Davidson this place are at his bedside Hi T Wade Stratton left Wednesrpl evening for Melden La when ent goes to lake charge of the business department in the Home Institute Central Louisiana BuslnesA Co legeatthat place Wade Is n hus thug young main and the best wishes his many friends here go with him n of Childrens Day was appropriately on held at Oak Grove Methodist church near Narrow last Sunday The exercises consisted of some excellent vocal music speeches c by he children and others A large audience y was present and a dlnncEwaa spread oa the ground that would cer tainly have pleased the most extreme epicure The day was profitabVi spent and will be long remembered J those who w rep resetitr i The marriage ol WJ WIihEchol Dundee lo 11aaIucytrapaoCthe the Mctory nelghbborhood tOok place ble esterday evening at residence of Tnu Brown near Hartford RevGJ Jean performed the ceremony In a- cry Impressive manner The Ret ubllcan Wtsheathe bride and groom long and happyllfe as they travel long lIes rugged stream The Ohio County Pair Company la reparlng to have this year the best will Pair ever held in Ohio county Un nraged by tbe liberal patronage ties given the Fair at season the Pair to Company will spend a consderble mount of money this summer in rej lairing the buildings antI grounds in securing attractions and com The otts for the visitors The Fait will egla October ist and continue four iaya A farmer living eight miles out in andcountry came to town Wednesday nd got too drunk to go home Yes men efday morning his faithful and de oted wife who had spent an anx ms sleepless night because ot the rolonged absence ora profligate insband walked all the wayto town see what had becom of him IJy e it said to the husbands credltthat had heart enough to greet hisr eeplng wile pleasantly and shame to want to leave town at to once but the faithful woman whose was not benumbed by drink as thoughtful enough to take him the court house where be was inder a 500 bond jar his Dpart nee as avItrf Jiujbe iCir ltlf COrtThla was only a link ntlief ndless chain of heart aches andw ears that rum has forged toirag tl down the human race y A Remarkable Showing j Notwithstanding the enterprising 6niroC T J4 Tnrley Co have only leca la business here a few weeks H they have already sold three car loads if Buggies and Surrles six car loads Implements Wire Seed Fertilize 1 candblve a good many sale ed ir future delivery Having the mount of Vehicles Implements i ccbought In large quanIltIeSfoE potcaihT J Tnrley Co have ive large storesbea1des a large whole ale trade which enables them to sellIhere it the lotest possible prices and they re people who enjoy dividing a good falng with their customers TbenacJ ess they have had In coming to Hart ord shows that the farmers appred te the low price and fair dealing of his Company I 1 Given Away A 6000 Buggy A ladleaGpld Watch The buggy to the most fyp lar gentleman teacher the watch to IC most popular ltdy teacher The wpple will decide the contest For each as cent paid this paper pa inb crlplioa froai this date the part pVy eg will be entitled to cut ooe vote r th lady and gentleman teacher of Is choIcer The award of pjaeail1- mudcbybe acommltteecboaenbyt nstltute WhIch will be bei4 oJyiu ctober Tickets In thlsypffice or railed on application iIIAAoRbtvatisurNoco J s lilgpiBSl Bilgoiesl BiIlfoiBS I I have on hand ajiicp lot of Celebrated AMES Juggles and Surries 1 will sell CHEAp Th s ieyou ire in need of a Buggy or Surrey give me acall A C TAYLOR Liveryman Hartford KyjV Court NotesIThe Ohio Circuit Court met ton with Judge WT Owen pr Ishig and Commonwealths Attorney J B Rowe and County Attorney V H Barnes present rAnthe Commonwealth cues on the nd days docket were continued ex cept the case of the CommonweaitH- s Capt Davis c which lau tJ on trial the following fa list ofthegen e em empaneled as petit Jurors at iI- srdfthCcourt A b Letch J WPBannqn E L Boswell JH JaiBisoaVJ C Bennett 1 1HarrisonRobinson L nfShavcr Clinton Igle heait MD Ashby T WDunhI Tliomns cifecr Thotnaii Sanclcrs VV Rhdads M f LIkens WmA Hlgga S If AVIiltqley Horace Itobor Sain kcmvn 1rank Black nnd liurton Messrs John it Wilson ond M tHeaVrln practicing attorneys were appointed examiners to exanjlne ap Ucantl for law license at the termayesteuiay against Netter Gillstrap for murder one against AlVln Daker Ior malicious shooting nndpne against kethel Duke for house breaking all wb said prosecutions are set for trial and Monday the 7th day Comth of Ky vs Geo G Gray cjor robbing the Bank of Hart ford WaS set over until tomorrow Comth vs C D Drown who shot L Anderson a year or so ago the Attorney for the Commonwealth filed statement and the prosecution was tion atVicken oil LIyBarristers 01 IIf Jlryv h tnd 7f i- tOvr adthlttedto theb tattbli term of court The examiners feay jfonn ladles passed a very credi examination A more extensive- no W ice next week 1BrSughtBackfor to I Trial SherifTKeown went over to Owens to bOro Wednesday nod brought over Marsh Keely Gray and Mills pris at oners charged with cracking the Bank of Hartford safe wbose trial be tomorrow The prisoners greeted Sheriff Keown nnd his depu very pleasantly when 1eywentS ihe jailand pleasure at returning to Hartford Jfliand Gray were handcuffed to gether as were Marsh and Keely prisoners asked for the privilege of walking to the depot which in was granted The prisoners hadn each a brown work jacket for which they showed no very grea fondness while passing some working on their way to the depot they each gracefully and without comment to passed his jacket to a work nan When passing Cushions sa loon Marsh proposed a drink in Mr CVhlch his fellowunfortunates heart of j6ined and immediately repeated led The prisoners showed the greatest respect for the officers in charge ol them and appeared to be really pleased come back to Hartford to There were a number of people gathered at each station along the route flnxus for a peep at the bank robbery At FOdsviHea kind heart idpdold gentleman with a commends ritpfVympathy for the unfor at sbbo k1taf1 8 through thecar with each of the prisoners lofl fatherly sort ol way the old gen man said to Gray Hike you for yon neverUd me any harm What fa out name he asked of Marsh My name is Jasper Jones Marsh responded Jasper said the old gentleman warmly fsPm glad to see you He then addressed Keeley as the train moved away and almost shout Do you know me Pan Keeleys cold gray eyes spark le4all he said in an easy quiet way yes yes I know yon1 The trip was without further Inci dent and the prisoners were locked up at 1230 Wednesday Jill Kinds Building Material I wish to notify the public that J have piEr chas d the saw and plan itfg mill of JWFordnear Rough river brldgeHart ford and after adding 5 new woodworking ma tines am prepared to manufacture and furnish the public anything they want in the Building Ma terial line 1 have a large tock of pine Ceijing and Flooring Doors Sash Columns Screen Doors oj4ldmg and alllurids- finsMfinishings Custom sawing and planing done to order Parties having Walnut ortGumnarket by calling on B BCollinsor the undersigned 1 will give you satisfactory prices in all dealings Give me a call JNO R PHIPPS f West Kentucky Seminary Notes Beaver Dam Ky MaY20The- d commencement exercises ofthe Semi nary will begin on Tuesday evening May 27 and end Friday evening the 3Q the programme Is as tollows Tuesday afternoon American and- lfltfah Authors Wednesday after m P eu seaslon H Ii Society JHfadoesday evening Primary and In t miadiate department Thursday fttvloon Rhetoric class Thursday eyening TheOperetta Pauline Fri dayjajternoon American literature 3 evening commencement All tUe patrons and irienda of the Iristltu p Stimulus of Pure Blood That Is What Is required by every of the body for the proper performance of Its functions- It prevents biliousness dyspepsia constipation kidney complaint rheu matism catarrh nervousness weak ness faintness pimples blotches and cutaneous eruptions perfection the vital processes W P E etoo WowUtock Ala took HotdV StmptrUU to lUke hli bleed POM H wrtUt that he Lad not felt wU but hiM tars Mm Before he h 4 finlih tt tfil twttl of tbl mrdlelne be ftlbMas tot n b bid taken tbe mod WM tlb uotbtr IDIIIIrelrom tht tired SHUnS able to do hi work Hoods Sr8pmrlllm Promises to cure and keeps the promise Accept no substitute but get Hoods today are very cordially Invited to at tendall ol these exercises WOKOUt von PAULINE This Interesting iftxd delightful cpmlc opera A H be given In Semi Vary Hal BeaveDaw1C Joa Thursday nlgbt Mayaj This play will be under the direction of Profl Si Weaver ol the musical department 61 the Seminary and promises le the most unique affair ever pre rented In Beaver Dam Do not Ian enjoy this Admission 35 cts Reserved seats 50 ctSy Tjcketa on sale Williams drug store Best Wire on earth 240perlOOwtatTJ y Gos Hartford us We can save you money An Amusing Incident- A very amusing Incident occurred lhegrand jury room Monday after The proprietor of the Democratic organ here dropped Into the grand jury room to Interview the members of that important body and asked the usual questions in regard the politics religion etc of Its members and when the Herald re porter was about to leave the room W S Deane a member thejury suggested that he be classi as a Gold Democrat Instead of a Democrat Are you serious queried the Herald reporter Certainly replied Mr Dean lama Democrat but since 1896 I have been compelled to vote the Re publican ticket to get what I want Needless to say the Herald Wan not report tbe gentleman as dl rected What this 80ysE Mother Says has been said by the mothers of other boys and girls re carding the wonderful curative and strengthening qualities of D 1 Miie Nervine lUsmio Nit ipumsforyouid we doctored cooltniuUjr won lid bad Un In one wtek Our attendon was dlncUd to Dr MIIesNtrr Joe and we bran lei UK Wbea be spurnsdlupprued perfcct Dr Miles Remedies arc sold by all druggists on guarantee to benefit or money refunded I Of Kite Medical Co Elkhart Istd FOR THIS SEASON = We will sell at retail tho Cele brated Delker Buggies Driving Wagons Fbaetons and Surreys at WHOLESALE prices for OAHU This is original in design correct in proportion graceful in out line Standard of over 40 years We h- aveEuios From 83000 up If In want of anything in the line wecan save you money Call and inspect our Styles and prices JOHNdDELEEa EONSIIMM K liar KU Uweasbor Ky PiPppipppppppe 5 TST THE tECONOMYi = 5 CLOTHING C Come to us when you waut a new Suit for p yourself your sou or your kinsman We make specialty of Clothinjjand deal only in the most goods Vo carry a stock sufficiently ns 3reliable fit almost anybody A new lot of un a lined allwool Summer Suits that will make you K comfortable throughout the season These goods 4 It are marked at a close profit and you will cer tainly realize the worth of your money SHOES AND SLIPPERS 09 In Mens Shoes we can fit you in any style from the cheapest everyday wear to finest Pat Q cut ViCI See our guaranteed Victwe stand every pair Our Ladies Misses and abebkd Shoes are the bestwearing goods on TtbO market Slippers for the warm weather to K fjuiteverybody The newest Toe Slippers in Ittwo three aad four straps II you need any thing in thUlioe you could not find a better as sorfment to seledt from outeldr of the large jj cities Bhoea have always constituted our ttP stroBg Jineand our assortment is large and up a todate aWash Dress Fabrics Millinery Notions Etc Our assortment of While Goods js the beat the a market a ordlThe prettiest Paris Muslins and Organdies for Commencement Dresses White Dimities Persian Lawns and India Linens A beautiful ortmeatof Colored Lawns The prettiest line of 5c 7cjc and lOc Muslins ever p shown JIartfonl 000111IiIt bar or years experience consequently we can = aUord to sell a Hat cheaper than any other house We make our goods cheap in this de p I partment A bargain in eveiy Hat Childrens i Hats A specialty Each Hat trimmed and shaped to suit the especial face Everything 7Jp It new in Dress Trimmings and Notions that are elegant but cheap IMrs Sara Collins Smith = Hartford Kentucky 44444444444444 EVERYBODYS STORE Wool Wool Being tile largest handlers of this staple in this county and always paying the highest prices the market will stand laving a stock of Merchandise from which you can select anything you need unquestionably low prices makes our the most advantageous place to sell your Wool Millinery Goods Our second purchase Newest Shapes and readytowear r Hats lias just arrived and we are showing this week an en tiroly now variety of shapes and trimmings Dress Goods Department Ourontiro line of Spring and Summer Wash Fabrics is low opjsn for your inspection You cam buy an airysum nor frock at from 3c to 50c per yard India Linens atfrpm 50 to 25c per yard Fancy Nainsooks Dimities and other Vhito Goods at from 5c to 25c peryard Silks and Woolens n endless variety YOU are compelled to BCD this line in order to appreciate its immensity and cheapness Carpfts Rugs Etc Spring cleaning must soon begin Ajiow Carpet must be ought A feWnov Rugs must replace tho old ones Lace urtains to be had Shades for the windows White Quilts for the room A now Couch A now Wardrobq Now ilmirs andji gks Now Stand Table and Cover All of theMve catf piJyati a very reasonable cost to you Is it nd1iWyour vtenfcmaterial advantage to buy whero you get r f P thbbest service largist aook and lowest prices Wo are showing quitAtmple line of Brussels Carpets from which you can seleckyour patterns and we will have thorn cut and made ready to go on your floor If you want Brussels look through our lino and if wo dont s yoyou money dont buy v Ietflippers Slippers M Our entire line of utodatoiiisers is ready for inspection Strap Slippots 125ttO Oxfords all lidl to 250 Misees and Childrens Slippo 125 LOAD UP your families come to B1verDaisndspend brie day supplying your needs from the great storeofr 4 E P BA N 13ROJ 4 I I U- Tqi 1 t l I t d jc L = lionfor As IAetb1etoeFoodandllcduIa andDwrels of 1 IIroiotcs sJI DigcslionChecrfur 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2n pIU o Nol doISjapm No Ill dus A Inm i Xuriil Fllrhtll NolldnWOatu So IM dn SH po- S n ViHwitTia AKat h to PtSOS CURE FOR andtutus mm ALL IAL UiCoo h tijru tuIe Gumi Vu tora IntliD in4 bY drurIL iiiii1Cmeut only FORT HOUSEVVIFE ly cause The Jfew Workbox Plara Mnnr Tart Tho AmericAn husband Is not the only only man In the country who Is etrlv log to wako llfo as easy as possible top This my lady of many whims The mnnu fncturera straIn every nerve to add to Cure her comfort nnd lessen tier cares as low ono may eeo dolly In a thousand tHree tlona Take the newest workbox for Instance It contains not only the means of making and repairing any to thing troll gloves to stockings but a set ot manIcure Implements ns welL Core What a comfort dud Batlsfacttoa Inas this well made and well looking box that when tho Journey conies to a halt or It pelAnolherworkbox has a Jewel caso attachment in Tho top tray divides Into two triangu lar trays swinging open and arately upon n pivot The box unl1erto ncath Is the jewel case It Is the very save nI trInor a trunk It contains a capitol varl ety of glove silks emS other spool well as many generous fittings all tortic the price of 3ionce Plnnta Ia till llonap See that your plants get fresh air whenever It can be given them safely this This means that cold air should bo no y thadmittedof tim room before It reaches the plants themselves Give your plants the benefit of light and sunshine If you wish them to do well Water only One when the surface of tho poll looks dry This rule cannot be devlatd from with 2 safety by the amateur The experi enced gardener will frequently dis cover conditions which make It safe for him to vary or modify It but these the amateur will not discover and It Is not possible to lay down any Instruc tions by which they may be discover ed says n writer In Ladles Home up Journal Ovcrwatcrlng docs untold c harm ns It causes souring of the soIl and bring on decay of the roots Ap ply fertilizers only when a plant Is growing for then and then only can make use of them Begin with a small quantity of whatever fertilizer you use null Increase the amount as the plant Increased In growth being careful not to overdo the matter An Idea For a Ilreraa The recess for this seat must of n necessity bo fairly deep No recess under eighteen Inches deep should be attempted Tho soot should bo flxed across the recess at about sixteen Inches above to LOUNGE BEAT AND 81IELVEB tho floor the underneath front being tilled in with n fretwood support as shown This will torn a receptacle If curtains uro flxed inside Tho seat need not bo upholstered If a that cush ion of tho fuuno size be made to flt it About n toot from the ceIling fix across n shelf with n decorative wood work front anti finIsh tIllIol along the top trout with n molding Under and Inside this tho smaller shelves car bo fixed tar hooks arid an open cupboard us shown for pottery Keep these well out of the way of tho head of tho person sitting down Tire wood should bo stained and vor nUhod or clue enameled In some pretty art sImile When finished tho wholo structure will give great satisfaction l li plml Culture In Huaaehold York Household labor Is varied In Its re quirements and can bo mado an aid to physical culture Walking up and down stairs can bo mado an excellent exer clso for developing tbo muscles of tbo leg from thu hip down arid giving a good polgo to tim body if performed In lie correct arid easiest way As usual ly done with the body thrown forward at tire hips tho heel of tho foot con staidly striking the poise of the hotly Is lost and u treat strain IH put on tho back tending to Increase tho nervous ness of tbo housewife If the body Is curried well poised upright from thc hips tho ball of tho foot striking tbo stair first tire knees being flexible both In ascending nnd descending ail the good effects are secured and 1C much stair climbing is done there will be great difference In the feeling of vital Itji Ascending stairs rapidly by spring Ing from the ball of ono foot to another forms an excellent means of strength ening the ankles dnd curing a tendency to flat feet Good Housekeeping floor FolUh A good floor polish may be made by shredding finely two ounces of bees I wax Ruth ono ounce of ycliowTs6dp Into a jar Cover this with turpentine and dissolve It slowly on the stove stirring occasionally with a piece ot stick I When cool the compound will be ready for use oA SZ ORJA1Ie- a1l tlrIbi KM Yoi Hats Aifffl Eotghl 18Ip11IlD 1I g t tjad lMthirla ow yfitl f ba- Sunu 7 Is All DoctoiH liHVe trltil to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid inhalers anti ilrURnfln paste I Their powders dry up the mucuQiid membranes causing them crack optn and bleed The power acids IruMi in the inhalers have of entirely Mien itway tire name mem rants that their makers have stared cure while pastel and ot tmet ts cannot tenths the discae An old experienced piactitiunrrtprhnhas many years marie a c tully speciality ot the trenltntut ot atarh has at last erlectt a treat which when faithfully userl nut rtlleves nt once but permantnt cuies CittBh by removing the Mopuine the dUcharjitB ruin I curing all inflammation It Is the remedy known to science that actually leaches the iIDictcd pans wonderful rtnudy la known as Souffles the Guaranteed Catarrh and is sold at the extiemrly price ol One Dollar elicit icinitcontaining Internal and rxlernM medicine sufficient lor a lull tnqctlis treatment and everything necessary its perfect use Snuffles is the onl perfect ever mAde and is nevneroKnhed the only sale and ciirefor annoyint and clhgn tlnlidlselle cures all irflaniation quickly and and in also wonderfully to relieve Hay Fever or Cold the Head Catarrh when neglected often less Consumption Snuffles wl1I you il you nse it at once It Is- o ordinary remedy hut a complete- eatment which is postively euatans ed to cure Catarrh in any turin or stage if need according to the dirrc which accompany each pack ge Dont delay but Send lor It at and write lull particulars your condition and you will receive1 special advice from the discoverer of wonderful remedy regarding I our casa without cost to you beyond I e regular price ot Snufflts1 the Guarantee Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in tbe United States or Canada on receipt ol Dollar Address Dept I Edwin D Giles Company 2330 and 332 Market street Philadelphia PEOPLE OF THE DAY EmlinaaiKlora Dlaimrr Quite a little iniw8 inns lcu stirred In diplomatic circles over the stories urrent U8 to the efforts which It li alleged were made to secure a concert favorable to Spain prior to the corn mencement of hostilities In the Spun IshAmerlcau war In IbtiS The air U full of chnrijea and countercharges between Germany nnd Ureat Hritnln BritUh nuthorlUes deny the aiwertlou I 11U VON IIOUEDKN i that Oermany makes to the effect that Lord rnunocfotc Ilrltlsh embnssnilor the United States mode a move to secure n coalition against the United States High German ottlclals contra diet the denial of Great Britain and as sort that it was necessary on two occa sloan In 1803 to Instruct Dr von Holte ben the German cuibassador nt Washington to reject the proP mode byI Lord Pouncefote who favored a col lective note declaring that armed In tervention In Cuba would bo unjustifia ble Tbo Mercantile Bphlnz Marshall Field Is tbo iphtar of theI mercantile world colossal awesome and silent We ore ns familiar with the charac teristics of tbe giants of buslncsslund an wo arc with their names We speak ot J Plerpont Morgan and the trusts In the Nituo breath the very name of Rockefeller Lois become oleaginous CarnegIe opening a fresh barrel of I salve arid with AladdlnIlkc magic erecting palaces of learning reminds us afresh thnt this bonny phllantliroI pist was oncu the master of with u nuturu us bard us the product of his mills We know the story of Gould und his mousetrap and forgive I him munch for the sake of his daughter t heroine We remember wltbrldo thu nclleelllents ot expntrInitr1esrvthI blush for the self ant The virtues of the house of 1nti dcrbllt snake us forget Its faults r Tim named of O Irani 1eabody Cooper lund Cblldfl touch the wclUprlngs ot patriotism ami humanity and flood with gentle and Inspiring recollections Hut In the long list of multimillionaires are n few names litivn llttlu or no significance to tho av erage reader Incuimplcuoug among these Is the naniu of Marshall Field It Is Bcldoui beard outside of Chicago except In mercantile circles yet Marshall Field is the greatest merchant la the world and possibly the third rich est maui in the United States I f f IG 1 II Itl IIIIIU urlltC P a ciatrlefltlt titiTrdTo tire IIIICN Ut the rollit t4bI JoeI tlioso of hIs home city of Chicago bj eluiply a gIgantIc business empori um niclinnl Unthlcum In Alnilcon 1 Ia the nIn War Theres Avnr in baseball circles find lovers of tho national game are awaIt lag In fear anti trembling the outcome the contest between Andrew Freed tho u ILprllIentposed to Mr Frcedinnn com = Stoup to each other a most bewildering Till Co AXmiEW VDEEDU1M collection of Inshoots outcurvts and ilcnUI drops Mr Hpaldlnu 1s an old band In the pitchers box and thirty years Ago he was the Initial end of the battery that did business across the plate for the Chicago White Stockings Since those days Al has made oodles of money furnishing supplies for the game and now be gets back into the actual game to save It from destruc tion us btf says Mr J eedman must be wiped olE the baseball map plxo says Mr SpnlJIng Youre nn uthrrP retorts Mr irecdtuan Such Is tho game of baseball In 1002 Tom Damn ta nrllrr On account of III health Tom Dunn the fatuous golfer will retire shortly as professional at the new Hanger tllll club near London Whooping CouGh A woman who has had expetUtiw with this disease tells how to prevent any ilangeions consequences JronU It She says Our three children to l whooping cough last summer out baby boy being only three months old and owing to our giving them Chamberlains Cough Remedy thej lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whos parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little girl would call Iu tly for cough syrup I between whoops Jessie PIn key Hall Springville Ala Thin Remedy is for sale by all druggist m I Thi LIB tL1 Ri1Wi IIESUEKSOX KOUTB Are preparing to do a large excimio business from July 3ht to Augtu 12th from nil poinU on their line to the new Owcnthoro Chaulauqua Nothing like it hud ever come to Kentucky For twelve days the very belt and most attractive Chautautjui features are to be placed in tbe beau tiful Seven hills Park near Owen boro which is almost bouuded by Ibis popular line of railway Ever good taste baa been catered to Ther- tyill be popular lecture by Gen Our don Gen Wheeler Dr MacArthur Coy Bob Taylor W H Sears Mrs Borer of the Ladies Home Journal Mist Ellen M Stone the raniome missionary Lieut Hobtou Dr Job MacNeil the Scottish Spurgeon nun scores ot others and every day and every evening will be given a series If the most delightful entertainment consisting of everything from slight olbaml and jugglery to the class of popular music and nuuvin pictures Farmers and their families will b especially Interested iu the coming Jpltn M Stahl Secretary of the tional Farmers Congress anderer evening a great pyrotechnic diepla wilt be given rLnltoes electri founl m tw t feet larger than iho one ahownatthe Worlds Fair Remember tfmt the Hend Route the mrxl popular paiseuge line in Kentucky will give you fulII and complete information ab mt thi nlthia assembly 1111addltionullealIres agents or yoi tcan write to lIe Superintendent o Chautauqua W G Archer Ow eutbnro Kyand be will send you u special booklet containing full Information as to camping and living prig lIeges aud the complete program LJIrwiuGP A IGYGLES BELOW DOST a 1BO2 MODELS tho 5000 15tacwrllllby us at 1900 and 1901 Models flGd 7 to Catalogues with largo photogravhio anJ full specificatIons stnJru to anyaddreli Wo ShIP ON to anyone or Canada mthovt a cent in advance and alloy 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL laffl- mF P III1n ordering from us aa you do no tbo does not you SOOSEOONDHANDWHEELfJtaken makes moan lirel eOuTPmSn 01r5u5daofausrdausjr5u- I II cIioq A each town torid RIDER IOEIiTSWIIITED JIItC model b lo IIl01I1 uparo yoni can mak u ao I weck betides bivlnat a wheel to ride for roundS aiaeruuure or WE WANTS relI able i eT Ofl In denoi uo c4tsLOtr and our ipeolsa ole- lJILINEAD WTtt todaYecwro for a blflyrle CYCLE CO Chicago III r tiTLLirililT IlKWITT L 11ev PraakUaWltltalniiiihi und UiixIMe iIol nt rhrlnllnn llrrnlil Unljr liojiti rliilnrnril Talumit Inuilljr Knnrninuii inillt for aaruU hoartqnlcklr Dntnt teg reiita VII mine illalltuOIAUU A 40 asa N ii M IMillMilKlitiln as ilriitlou thin pavf WHISKE 125 PER GALLON entnn tbt paper and arnd fur irIItg- t prim rllr Wiumuu lit t Vln MnNc owrst price Whisky Hou- seouthern Railway TbroasbKI btIlMtRnitth 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