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I ii t HjfIj f I AltTOOB D REmBLfekiN t I d I OFFICIALUUIOFTBEPAiTfIKTBEFOUITBCONGBESSlONALDrnarcr Subscription a yearFine Job Work a Specialty r VOL XIV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 80 1902 JSo45 ROMANCE OF A SlOOOBIU ItBegan In War Times and Saved One Southern Familys Fortunes There was n time In the 11101 the confederacy Mid the Southern cold Bel when we had BO little regard Jor the North or so much for ourselves that we didnt think a roll di green back waa worth any more than a rot of wall paper Out of this feeling grew a very pretty Hill romance which began tiiHoflySpilng8 MM and ended at the Filth Avenue hotel Jn Few York City lOrwas a 3oUng fellow of the en tbtiiiitlc ttorttkat lteUevdlutifly IB the final success of oujrcauie and when lr 1862 Van Porn swung round into Holly Springs and captured Grants money and atores I was on lund with the boys whooping it up In great shape Among the articles captured was a big lot ol greenbacks fiocoooo or 3000000 more or ItUK anSI we had plenty ot it I had shout 50000 In my saddle tugs that I was taking along with me as souvenirs It wasnt good for anything else In my opinion hut it was worth carrying along toe that as part of it was in 1000 bills and didnt take up much room I knr w a pretty girl near Holly Springs and I incidentally called 01 her We hall n Rood deal to sAy about the success of oar arms and as- a little remembrancer I got out one of my thouranddolar greenbacks anti tuck it in her autograph album writing my nanie and the date below the bill I dont suppose there is a plctute page In any of the best illus trated magazines of today that reprr Penis 1000 in cUb ns did that titus tration I put In thitt girls album Later I rode out to our camp Mine miles away anti putting up my horse I adjourned to the banks dt a little stream near by anti was ppJrlng my soul out through a flute There was only n uraull bunch ol our men and we werent thinking much about Yankee soldiers I know I wasnt I wasnt even thinking about my 1 saddle bags full ol money which were lying undey a convenient tree where- I had hrown them I was thinking bout the girl Suddenly there was a row and a ruction anTi a lroop of Yankee cavalry had swapped down on us There was no time given for prep stAtion and thinking only ot how to get away I made n grab for my horse anti without raddle or bridle and gullied only by his baiter I cut out through the woods The saddle bags I left under the tree also the flute sad I havent played the flute since How I got sway I dont know but I did and that was alt I had In mind just then I reckon those Yankees knew what to do with the saddle bas The next chapter begins long at ter the war only about ten yearn ago In fact and I hadnt seen the girl to- an that time One day I was passing along in front of the Pith Avenue ho tel when a grayhalred man standing near the door stopped me I didnt know who he was and he begged my pardon and asked it my name wasnt Stuatt I told him that was my first name and gave him my last name Then he grabbed me You rayed me and my family he said putting his arms about me and steering roe toward the bar Well have a drink and Ill tell you EIbottjt You dont know bow glad I sin to see 300- Instinctively lelt that it was no The bather sometimes flails the sand soft and leUllng to lila feet It don tot trouble him and he goes on unt- ilttfnIu Iv3cIJ 4 knees aiJ dis covers to his horror that he lint to Iht for his life a quicksand JJUcasa It much like the quicksand TIle first symptoms of stomach dojllot cause anxi But when the weak through lack of nourishment and disease of the stout ach breeds disease of heart lungs liver or kidneys the sufferer realizes Jilt danger and seeks for nll dnll aid Ir Pierces Golden Medical Discov cry cum diseases of the stopiach and nil tiifl or dl gestion and nutrition It cures diseases of heart 13IIIg liver kidneys etctwhen these duenses hisyc n ease of the stomach anti its amed organs Thomu A Swirls of ub3Utlon Co Columbus Oho lux lot writes t 7Jiwa takeu with ICftrc crsm the tomach and toy Iwoi4noVdgeTbIflkktU1 IIftI trouble r wet SO t clyKt ro uidtAtl rfI hd ill the eom l Al OOC is me ldocCorcd ChI wor I IIIb7erpaueL I d bi- arnie th hoM- byiIe all 7 Or aIraodlarotooIhh1 hil- p l Vln to die Tba Tak- ilirilereCcldso 10Ct ptwiysnd naki- a new man out of ourslt Tilt 14t- h1I4 me oci Ilboulfllt I would fyi aftDtbn- ad aJr I had tAkta atout il i wetkt1 wu weighed and found Ihidgtlne twentywren OT t hire done mull hard work i1 the pint eleven months than t did In two yMn and Im as stout ud healthy ot117 1 tbioerX yr w1L1 Dr Ifercea Common Sense MedIcal Adviser in paper covets Is sent 116 01 receipt of onecent to ex maIliDgOnlyAddrelaDr K VlieneDWIa1o N Y fINt e case ol bunko and went with him He had told sue his name before reached the bar and I knew tIe was the fattier ol the Holly Sprtngti girl We had the drink several Indeed and he explained bow I had saved him andhls family When the War was over lie had lost everything sad it was decided that the family should gather itself together and leave Mississippi for some point In the West to make a new tartoIa the process of picking up what was left the daughter came across the autogaphalbutn In which I hid pasted the thousand dollar bill Thousand dollar bills oil United States money had somewhat appre eiated In yalse to the Semlber salad by that time aad itistead of tossing It aside as waste paper the glrladq a running jump with it to her father Very very carefully they soaked the album leaf In warm Water and vetyI very carefully they detached It wits taken to the bank and pro nounced sound In every respect There Isnt much more to the story When a wan hast got a cent in the orld and the people around him arnt no better off 1000 U a great big pile and the Holly Springs girls dad had It He burn ed ofl to Memphis laid la a stock ol all kinds ot necessaries and coming back to the old place he braced him sell and hellIon He hadnt grown rich but he bad enough to give inc back the thousand by a little jquenlnp and be wanted to do It but I was pretty flush just then myself and I told him to keep It and make wore with It to give toI his daughters children for the girl was married anti had a houseful New York Sun Postal Check Not In Favor The proposition to have the Tress ry Department issne checks which mIght be used In the transmission ot mall amounts through the waifs does Dot appear to be meeting with mncbI favor In Congress where it is pend- Ing In what Is known as the Gardner bill The scheme with which our readers are tamllar has had many serious objections urged against it It la onsidered clumsy costly aiid fraught with the possible danger of contract log under certain manipulation the irculattng medium It is saldalao o present serious obstacles arising out Of hi relations between the Treasury aDd PostoSice departments which might tend to embarrass Owing to hese consideration It la not likely that thejoint committee of the Treas un and Postofficc department now onslderlng the scheme will report ta- Ita favor Itdoea not follow however that lolhlng will be done toward the la redaction of some simpler method ol urrency transmission than that now iffered by postal money orders The yatcm now in use la Canada Hue and or France might be adopted or modified to suit conditions here The Canadian system for lnstaacejIs situ pie and excellent It consists merely In the Issue of a postal not at fixed de lomlnatton redeemable at practically my point It may be made payable to bearer ly Itavlrig the name space dank or it may be transferred to Ia ither jxrrson by writing some partlcu Ian name in that space These notes are made good for intermediate aol nations by pasting postage stamps on tbtm to no amount sot exceeding nine cents The postal check proposal Is but one of many tcbemes that have been suggested within the last few years and they are likely to keep coming ip until the government adopts some thing to wed the real want which gives them birth It Is believed and with good efficient postal currency such as that in use In Canada would meet the- t requirements and end the constant agitation of the subject which so lar has not produced any plan that appeals fully to the con gressional mind Chicago Post v A Kind Hearted Mau We are olteh bowed to the dust even as Gollah by very simple and apparently humble means A Louts vllle woman who Is always getting bouquets for charity and whose name is often mentioned tncpnection with good works had a terVible tbrow down recently Everybody has something to say other goodness of heart and In the neighborhood of some of her admirers lived an old negro wo mana family servant The old woman aeeintd a highly respectable person and was uiuchlionorolby all When she dfed the white people paid their respects at her home Oae woman caidfonudsums of the ser v nts ol the family In charge ol the arrangements and alter expressing to them her deep regret fur the old- ladyadeatb she sajd it II acomfort to think however that her Tait tfays were wade easy and tree horn care j by Mug Money Bags who kept her up IilWhat exclalmYd the listeners Miss Moneybags no Indeed lady she n gaveoldAnnttBttiy scent It was Mr Blank who did Itall but JJ THE HOME COLD CURE IngenloMB Treatment by whIch DrunkarUaaro OolnB Cured Dally In Spite of Themselves No Noxlou Doses NoWeakenlnao the N eA t aiant and POll tiva CUrelor the Liquor habit It II now generally understpoi that rnDknes iIa disease and not weikness A odv filled with poison and nerves completely shattered by pr1oicai or constant use ot intox testing an antidote capable p neutralizing and eradlcat poison and destroying the craving for Intoxatants Suflereri may now cure themselves at Jiomi without publicity or loss of tintt iron business by this wonderful JInmi ColdCure which has been perfected nermayye pf close study soc treatment of InebriateaV The Isith fat a according tck directives ftbli Wonderful discovery Is tposlttvel guaranteed to cure the most obstinatt case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation pi thousands ofDrunk arda Into sober industrious and upright men Wives cure husbands II Chil dren cure yourcatherln This remedy la In no sense a nostrum but laa specific for this disease only and it 10 skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can rx given in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledgeof the person tak log it Thousands drunkards have cure themselves with this priceless remedy and as mauy more have been cured and made temperate men by bavlng the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own free will Do not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading improvement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The The Home Gold Cure la sold at the extremely low price of One Dpllar thus placing within reach ot everybody a treat went more effectual than others cost log 26 to 50 Pull directions ac Mrapany each package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when reV queSted without extra charge Sent prepaid to any of the world on receipt ot one dollar Address Dept- I B Giles Company 2330 I sod 2332 Market street Philadelphia All correspondents y j sntlal he was IQ quiet he didnt want people to know how nice be was and Aaat Betsy knew better than to give him away Actually a mean man about town me who never pretended to have any Irtues and who merely Interested Imselfjn the old woman because she tad belonged to his people bad sup ortcd her la her old age and kept her la plenty and ease until her death In he meanwhile Miss Money Saga corn tlacently took all the credit and praise ran what she never did tanliville rimea The Texas Gushers For months there have been rumors oC the subsidence of the famous gush ra of the Beaumont oil field A dispatch from Houston Texas only makes public facts that all practical 011 men have flora the beginning an Iclpated when it says The gu b- crlor the Beaumont field have ceased to gush The demise came some ime ago and just following It If not Imnltaneoosly with It the General Lmerican earthquake The Locus gusher wrs struckmore thaa a year igq and over 500 spouts have since seen brought in Those last develop cd appeared to possess the remarks tie virility of the first and so far as nitedthere was no dimlnation in oite or output The settling down if the field has come much more suit lenly than was expected The future 01 the field Is still regarded as bright as oil exists in abundance but stills lal means must be resorted to to reo nove it Instead ol natural forces There Is not a single gusher in the entire Texas field All are pumpers The history of all oil territories Is that exhaustion Is but a matter of time the average life of the welt be ng abquttwenty years The Texas 011 is the lowest grade used for fuel purposes and even for this use there Is complaint against it on account ol Ita extraordinarily sulphurnous qualities It sells for less than onethird the Kentucky product No Loss of Tlmo I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diafrhoec Remedy lor lars sod would rather be out of offec and sugar than it I sold five bottles of It yesterday to threshers hat could go no farther anti they are at work again this m rnlngHRP- Jielps Plyrooth Oklahoma As will be seen by the above the thrash ira were able to keap on with their work without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle of hIs Remedy In your home For sale bYIl11drui fstmr L A Woman of Tact A wowai f tact ISODC who feels that he atoihd9hui your feel toga is essentially bad from and io Desiderate ol the feelings of others A woman oftact Is the woman whVis onrsgeous to the old people who laughs with the yonhgt and who stakes herself agreeable to all women mali conditions of life A woman ol- iact laone who makeaVer good I raJs mornings pleasant greeting her yjf It a bright spot fa the end her good bye a hope that she may come agate A woman of tact is one who dopot alway a gauge people by their clothe or their riches but who strongly con demos bad manners A true womai oiactwboiictuut1by a Jelig lous motive jd the best type oIJ Christian for her very chiirra raakt other woman always long to ImUati her Ex Another Plank Redeemed In the Republican national pjatfor of the last presidential campaign tithe hollowing To C baindeped ence and eelfgovernment teaHuretl in the same voice by whlia war w declared and to the letter this pltshall be pertermed The prom his beets kept ttIicru5alons gboi falthi The matter la closed and ha passed Into history Whatever nay be thought of the propriety of such pledges in appealing to the unfatb omed aibitramenta of war the word of the United States was given and It baa been redeemed Congratulations for the party in authority are in order Every act of the Republican tdminls tration In regard to Cuba baa lookt to the fulfillment of the assurance b3 congress that the Inhabitants ot Cuts should be at liberty to form in Indl dependnt government of their own at their option This was one of the tracks head in 1893 though not I foreseen at the time It has beer laced and completed with character title Republican capacity and fidell tyThe rest of the world has beer skeptical about the entrance of Cubs into the family of nations The Cubans themselves were not easily convinced of the sincerity of the United States As the world goes there wcs room for doubt Average diplomacy often Blatters in double seusekeeplng the word ol promise to the ear but breaking it to the hope An interna tional pledge often resolves itself into veiled oppression in which words are used only to deceive Upon the usage of many other countries was based the suspicion that the United States also would find some way to nullify the position of Cuban Independence announces before the declaration of war In 1898 All the questionings of motives and purposes are at an end forever and Republicans can point again to the act thatthelr platforjaa are made to be carried into effect GlobeDemocrat Kipling As A Polite Man When Rndward Kipling was last In the United States he dined with a- party that includes several other jeJIknown writers a fair proportion Sf men and women who knew aomeV thing about literature and a large number who knew little and made up trout their lack of knowledge with pretense Several of the lastdescrib ed kind started a useless discussion concerning spelling pronunciations synonyms anonyms etc and aprp ios of nothing at all that had been aid one firing her remark straight it Kipling as the lion of the occasion declared I find that sugar and aumas are the only words beginning with su that are pronounced aa though begin sing with sh Bored though he was Kiplings ipUteness did not desert him and as turning an expression of Interest kl hough his eyes twinkled behind his lasses he asked j Ala you sure Philadelphia Times A Flying Machine Gen D L AdaIr ot this city a vet eran of the Mexican war and who probably knows more of that little skirmish than any other man who was there also has a record in the United States patent office He bus given some thought to aerial navigation and says that no one has yet ever gotten on the right track He has built mtuy bigger kites than old JJen Franklin ever dreamed ol nod has one now that will carry two men in the clouds with no other motive power than the air By his arrangement he can send messages and photogra phy from the clouds to terra firma or vice versa but he thinks as little ot his own work as he does of that ol Dumontor any of the other would be flyers Gen Adair says that when the true machine Is made It will be nothing more Ulan a slight fame con trolled by the magnetism of the tatth When turned pioperly it will ml awaylrpm the earth arid when reversed will rush back lionieu Any motive power will rerve to drive it sad U will be steered like a steam boit Hawesville Plalndealer sq Sciatic Rheumatism Cured Af tar Fourteen Ye rs of Suffering I have been tfllicfed with sciatic rheumatism for lourtetpyeara saya Josh Bdpar ol Germantown Cat J was able to be around but constantly antlered I tried everything rcould heatol andat last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did arid was Immediately relieved and Ina short time cured Tnra hap py tb lay it haa not since returned Whv not use this liniment and get well It Is for sale by all druggists t A DRUMMER BOY AT SHILOH Incident of That Famous Datt Related by a Comrade The history bf the great Civil War win riever be complete until alt of the incidents pathetic and otherwise which were witnessed by the privat soldiers have been reduced to prln and thus preserved With the pass ing of the old soldier very many things will be repeated with a great deal added thereto which will be handeffdown by tradition as tblns that occurred during the War of the Rebellion This will perhaps be to Sofsae extent pardonable because pI tbe lntense P trlttj m ahd iserofn dlsplayejl bythe men who fought the 65Iwhich have been told and retold Some of them have found their way Into print That great battle per blips the greatest Sought by the Western Army was fought oat the Cjh and 7th dajs of April iSt 2ilD- derUte command of General Grant Whether or not the Union Army was surprised is a question that will probably be discussed for all time to come It is well known however that on Sunday morning the enemy approached the Union lines in great force and all through that day drove the Federal troops back in the dlrec lion of therlver or landing4I have- beenat the battle ground twice since the War and I am only astonished that Grants army was not driven lnt the Tennessee river by the over whelming force against them A comrade who was iu the battle and was wounded the first day related to me an incident which Illustrates the patriotism of the young men ot that day This story I am led to be leve Is true because the comrade ho related it to me I have found to- be a truthful man Late in the afternoon on Sunday lilscomrnde was wounded and left span the battle field When the battle ceased at night he with many ithcrs were still lying where they Lid fallen and It began to rain r- hrc Wong about midnight be y 1tsIOY l lxmuch like Jje voice of a woman It was raised in song and the person was singing the famllar hymn Oh stag to mebl Ilrarrn- Wb n I am railed to die MIR wogi or bolj mtujr To watt mjr ool on blgb After singing that stanza the com ride who was listening recognized It as the voice ot a boy Being near- ie began to crawl to him on his lands and knees thinking he might Rid or comfort him some As he ap iroached him the boy continued slog lug Aroand my iljlnsbtd Lot on sweetsong he Klren Let mould chnt me lad OB earth And erect m ant In Heaven Af this stanza was being sung the comrade continued to advance towrad the boy When very near to him a little ravine Intervened In which there was a stream of water Here he comrade stopped to bathe his own evered brow and again the voice arcse In song Around nrIKelwi cloy AMemUe thon I love And Mug ol Hearen drilgbttul heaven My glorious bout above By this time the comrade had reach id the boy and placing his hand upon its heart found him still in death ills spirit had ascended to that home of which he had just been singing The patriotism of that day was the mtgrpwth ofsuch teaching upon the part of the loyal Christian mothers of the North He of whom this inci lent Is related was a drummer boy ot an Ohio regiment scarcely twelve jrejtrsofage who bad been upon the bitlte field duringthe bloody strug gfe of that day When they gathered up the dead his tody was also found and burled with the rest After the Government took charge of the National Cemetery it that place and collected the bodies the little boy was burled near the west gate There under a little mound his body lies and nt the head of the grave has been erected a monu ment of cannon balls as emblematical of his heroism and loyalty to the co untry for which he died p Keep It in Your Home kndwhen the bowels fall to act property take adose of AVONS LAXATIVB iVRUp Itacts gently but effectually on tJtkldiJ s liver andbowels will keep- youtysteutl1 good working order and uake your complexion clear P 1ale by JTh08All n RbsIneKy Mrs SKrHammnck olllamtnack Krotwrites With pleasure I rec iramejid Ramons 1ils and UeJs I hiaveusedihena my jell for several years anrl can testify ALto their efficiency In sick headache nod other troubles peculiar to our ii xjvTIe entire Treatment for only 25 c m 1 t CL CHEMICAL ANALYSIS Reveals That Peruna is Calculated to Tonorap theSystemKestore the Fun tloDS and Procure Health SO SAYS PROF L J MILLER CHEMIST 4 Prof L J Sfllltr hat Professor of Chtmlitry and botany of thi UlghSesl- of Ypsllantl Mtth write from 3327 KTJlazk Street Chicago Ill aa ellcvs I saysral et my ftUais hav spok n k m of the favora retalto atabLs4 through th ui of Pertwa especially laos II eavairk IexaJlM it ELM thoroughly t larm its comtont- sI foui U ccaposid extracts bf herbs said barks of roost valaabl inedtou1- tuhitlsa omblBMt with other fngrecll8JIt41 defleatalybasod catemUdtoto Up the ijoUns rtstor thfnneUoniaad o mrah sitti uIItIP eI tIIifIkIjaJssMnffflIypid fdlclaef which the public cmm utowltti utety tsxl tucctt PROPL JMILLER ANNOUNCEMENTI The Forum Publishing Company begs to announce that beginning with the July number TUB Poxcu will be published quarterly instead of monthly as heretofore The gen eral character of the magazine will be the same and Its high standard will be maintained but its purpose will be more specifically those ofa review and outlook It Is believed that by pub lishing quarterly a review ot the worlds events in every field as well as to some extent art outlook based on the conditions presented the essen tial features can be fully covered In order that the material may pta sent the proper perspective the magazine iwlll be conducted in departments each of which will be In charge of one who ia eminently qualified by his training and connections to take charge of it In addition to the general reviews each issue will contain a number of special articles on subjects of parmount Interest A quarterly review ot this nature will have several advantages over the monthly magazine In the first place the field being covered but once in three months the busy many will be enabled to keep in touch with all the important questions the day byI reading the magazine at his Secondly It will give those interested in a special field an opportunity to find the essence of what thay wish in comparitlvely limited space And thirdly the information will be presented In such a form that the malta zinc will appeal not only to mature minds but to every member of the family ASK I Druggistfor 10 CENT TRIAL SIZE ELYS CREAM BALM Hire llel let at once It tleaiura tootbe and heal the dUeawi membrane It cure rntnrrli and drives- away a cold In the head ralck Itasborbed heal and CATARRHCOLD protect the Uembran llMtorr be Menial c vast Until Full lue We trUI iSis lOe at- druvdts or by mull ELY UUUT1IKI18M Warren Street New York Back To Old Kentucky A Kentucky man who thought to better his condition in Dakota tried it awhile and alter a year the following wafound painted on the side of his Dakota residence Four miles front a neighbor six teen miles horns postoffir twenty five miles cowls railroad fourteen miles from a school house fortyone miles from church one hundred and V iaI4I I eighty miles frost timber two bun dud miles front a Repmbllcanr half a mile from rind a qoarter 9f a sllefrom Sheol and the Baae lattice torn a Democrat God blew jour home Gone to Kentucky wbtckfM Gods country togett fresh atart Sam Joracs on Home The place to akethe measure ofa man Is not In the market placeprf T rum but at his fireside Thertyhe laya aside his mask and you learn whether be is aa Imp or anarigcj king or cur hcroor hnmbBg ljlo not care a copper what the wprid ys of him whether It crowns him with glory or pelts him wlthegga Iicare thiswhen she asks him Jora 5 bill jirla a fraud pi the first water nth thhe prays night and morning until he shakes the eternal hills Bat I II bis children run to the front gqte to meet him and loves own sunshine Illumes the face of his wile when she bears his footsteps you can take it for granted be Is pure goldfabome is a beaveuand a humbug never getsnear the throne of God lIe may be a rank atheist and a redflag anarchist a Mormon or mugwump he may buy votes bet on elections he may deal from the bottqm and drink beer until he cant tell a sliver dollar from a circular saw and still be better than the man who is suavity but who makes home a hell who vents on his help less wife and children the 111 nature he would like to inflict or his fellowman but dares not I can forgive much in a fellow mortal who would rather make men swear than women weep would rather have thehate ol alt the world than the contempt of his wife who would rather call angerto- the face ofa man than fear to the face ota child oAiii PoaXA1Ii- JInthe 1Mti5dYO5H2iJWi15B SIpu Y r A story Is told on n doctor n t far from Ponds which is too good to keep A certain citizen vet out four shade trees for the doctor Lter the doctor wall called to give medical assistance to the cltlzfna mntberln law who soon after died The dpctor presented his bill and the citizen paid it Alter paying the bill tect izen happened to remember tha the doctor owed him for the shade trees and presented his bill explaining that he forgot to do so when he set tied The doctor looked at the bill and remarked But thVse shade t pa Bolldi up tho SjiUnu Hon Joseph II llldgeway Swsretary of tics American AntiTreat 6oclot j writes tho following loiter from the Grand Conlral llotol St Iaul Minn 1 U It is with great pleaU that I on doris Imaa as aabn st medtc- LD MtapcUat e do all ttclslms I hy uad Sfa1-Ura4 caew of aothlaf that curts so corn pIetly and at thi sam tialbuilds np the system I have rco omm nd dlV tq aanmla frltads aad always fettth ttLihujzna tbeIrpII IlldgswajrVMl na SW 11r iesSMr lake L Taylor lUlwrtt ID4 Wz1h j 5 Ifr i Ut 1 eit sitliely reeu1dIkAobeUeof yearsxand on for fifteen years s I CUL recom mend your medicine very highly for stomach troubles I take great pleunra la thanking you for yourfrco advice and Feruna Junes II Taylor I Ealoj my Meats is I Vd to Mr 3 W Pritchard Wolf Lake Inch writes r I I am pleased to say that Ihave boon cured f catarrh of the stomach by re runs Icould hardly eat anything that gethaUwould nil with gAs causing mo much distress antI unpleasant feelings for an hour or two after each meals 4 But thinks to your Pcnma I am dow com pleUly cured and can eat anything I want to without any of the dlstrosilnff symptoms I can now enjoy rny meals uIwed to do and lUll all dui to Dr fsrttasn and his wonderful medicine Ptruna MIt has been one year sInce I was rnredvtdIamaulOZyetsolknowr Dysytpsla is s T ry common lhaao of laisasasr eatarrh A remedy thai wilt ItuTfJtiryin located That it is a prompt and israaasat can for catarrh of the totnacX the shove letters testify If ya do not dtriro prompt and sills Mtory results from the us of Pruna rrlt at oae to Dr Hartman giving s all tatmntof you case and ho wilt- ep1bus4 ta gin you hla valnabl ad 1cirUaIActdrW Dr nsrtman Proaldest of buOhIoLreeaded5 So did my motherIn IJaw was the prompt reply The doctor asked for the receipt of the bill and checked further dIscnsslou Fon da lot Times HOUSEWORK X a h011J4lWwkwncbwo inuas utrMi Andtkqcoss- tantsb4gndayj nigba- a II Qit U trngfor eena fcng qlwJaeItaa aithar DeragIosassI- sairnhaa aa4 falUoj of the womb resuk from oirorirotk Every housewife needs a nuatdy to ngulato her menses and to keep her eerultlvQ female organs in perfect condition WINE CARDUIi- s doing this for thousands of American women today It cured Mrs Jones and that Is why sho writes this frank Icttezi Olendeme Ky Fob 10 1SOL Im no glad that your Win ot Cmrdu- lII helping mi 1 am line IrttUr thee have or Yeses 1 mm own work without uy b OtI wihd SLit WiCk Mitt I 01 one his tireS Tha t show that tits Win is 004 I am ICIIII flehIr 1h HdIdown Sve cr Ilx times Tery diy hut BOW donot think o Iinc down thronch the day 514 RIOIlUD JOSM 8100 AT BUfOCWTSk I Jot IJ M1g1Ad iUeslss Urr DopoJft1JoIOIIIootD Co csatteg I l A FREE PAtTERN I your selection to vsry sab I t crtber OalyiSJ Centia yer MSCALI MAGAZINE I c A lADIESi MAGAZINE Q1 I IoorllITIj v workoybol4 hIst ea sab alb iO4V Of I flY IicoPf 5t aUd 5154 luIf1a4t Billable SIepisUpto Xcouomlcai sad LollelKfKtrUUng Paper Fattms M1f CAU4- cAfff I AIer rI==I tIoIctf e111 dinbtlMbe rTHE MoCALL CO I 15111 wt kt W 811I CI C j7EHartford Republican I ard FIv v thHtutfordlub Colncopontd Iud atftarliord jtofieu Kondclii rani nailer JCL=rzc co Cvxraljorlarxd 31- nouh n1vaMM JOtIN lirMtY TIIfYltSEIIUr- PRIDAYlAY 30 N UVCIXtsI for Aitprllnle Jailer i Venrpnntliurlinl to announce JUDGED I ft avEry IkC nmmlMatt tar rrl tlon to the office it Judge of the Ai illftU Court In th Sec ot ths lIpabllcnnlnrt1Ifor circuit III dCf AutdorlMd toannonnr W T OWEN ot ItaTlMK ronnty ea a candidate tor Circuit Jndg In thcBlxth Judicial llUtricMauJnt tothe nctlonoRthe Democratic party LORD PAUNCEKOTE British Am batsador died at Washington Satur day THE eruption of Mont Pelee has temporarily drawn public attention from Ben Tillman JULtA WARD HOWE author of the Battle Hymn of the Republic eel cbratedher eightythird birthday JastI Tuesday CAPTAIN H S Irwin was nominated for reelection to CougreM and Judge Durelle for Judge tthe Ap JleUat Cotrt by tho Ittlluhll convention in Louisville Saturday The election of each of them is reasonably certain IN a personal letter to Sheriff C P Keown a distinguished citizen of Ohio county docs Jailer Black tho honor to say It has always beenI said of Tom Black that he was not only the most efficient but the most humane Jailer that ever turned a key on a prisoner Perhaps the compar ison is a little strongly drawn but the complimentintended for Jailer Black is well deserved IF steps are not taken to prevent it there is going to happen an accident in this town over which some mother wife or sweetheart will mourn For many months the city wind millwhich failed of the purpose for which it was erected has been given over otbe sport of the winds and its bearings unoiled are wearing rapidly and a funeral is not many days off unless the lifecrushing thing is taken down at once ALL tho civil cases on the docket for this term of court were continued and tbn entire term devoted to the criminal docket Legislators in all ages of tho worlds history have believed that the certain punishment of criminals would lessen crime Have criminals escaped puniahment here so long that tho vicious no longer fear a prosecution Wo should as freely condemn tho punishment of the lane cent as we censure the miscarriage oi it for the guilty but we insist that a fair and speedy trial be given every man charged with violating tho law WE are in receipt of a communica tion from a number of icputable citi zeus of Owensboro vindicating Jailer John Ashby of that city against a complaint by H L Marsh published m this paper last week which appears in another column We published tho statement referred to entirely without malice toward tho officials of Davies county but wholly upon the idea that an impartial newspaper should give everybody a hearing and we had the misfortune to have an editorial ex plaining the situation miscarry in the composing room We take pleasure in placing before our readers a vindication of Jailer Ashby and other offi dais connected with the Owensboro Jail by citizens of Daviess county who are reputable and worthy the confidence of the public IN this issue of THE REPUBLICAN will be found tho announcement of Judge B L D Gully for reelection to tho office of Judge of the Appellate Court for tho Second Judicial District of Kentucky subject to the actionof the Republican party Judge Gufly is at present Chief Justice of the highest court in Kentucky and has well demonstrated his fitness to sit in that high court of justice Judge Gufly will have no opposition for tho nomination of his party nnd will win his election not alone because the district is Republican but because he richly deserves to win It is to the lasting credit of Judge Gully that during the darkest days of Kentuckys history he sat majestic and calm and upheld the law although his official oath and judicial duty compelled him to uphold tho damnedest outrage ever perpetratedupon a people supposed to be free- ToDAY is sacred to the memory of the Nations dead and from the sun rise to the sunset of our country lov sag hands are strewing flowers Gods messengers of loveupon the graves of the honored sons of battle who have gone lip to join that grandro i union above Age with tottering and unsteady step youth rich witht faithand hope and childhood yetI danip with the dews of lifes morning alike approach with reverence andt love the Mill Sepulchers of our sleep lug heroes TIB well that it is so The tug tbofjjontl Yjld jtaTolds to thtwoofnjj wlnJi Ihatljreathq forth rich perfumes and the voiceless ilalw each join in an echoless song of puriotism which is heard in the hearts of eighty millions of the best thoI grainiest tho noblest people with which Heaven has blessed the eartht Peace to the dust of the tired veter ans who weary ot the march have lain down to restcVnnN the attorneys fir the defense n the Cap Davis murder trial had complete their argument a court official awoke Mr Rowe who had lept through the argument fur tho defense who arose looking haggard and ynruf and after getting not without some difficulty his mind col looted made one tit the best speeches oi his tile Ibis eyes flashed the fire of the old days and his voice was markedly strong That earnest faculty bat made a measure of great ness possible for him nerved bimI well and the jury returned a verdict of guilty and give the pr term longer than those in the courlI room hnd expected Btjl when night came on the lawyer who hadmade an argumentTvhicn perhaps none of legal associates could equal was in onplrespectflt least IIkethe Son of Man be had not where to lay his head It itfwrecks like this that rum baa strewn along Its path that makes the hearts of loving wives and trust lug children shudder at its power A Correction Owensboro Ky May 27 1902 TUB RKrunucAN lit its issue last week by publishing a Utter signed by II L Marsh purporting to give his experience In the Duvicss County jill we find upon examination was not only false but does an Injustice to the jailer Mr John Ashby and to the Board of Health of the city of Owens boroWe take pleasure In correcting any Impression which may have been made by Marshs letter and are glad of an opportunity to do both Mr Ash by and the Board of Health the am pleat justice- It is not true that Mr Asbby dur ing the smallpox epidemic which prevailed in the Davess County jail took no precautions to prevent the spread of the disease Both he and Dr C M Heavrln who was in charge ot the jail did everything that could be done to protect the safety of the pris onersand to make their unfortunate condition as comfortable as possible Marsh in his letter says that Mr Ashby burned the clothing of the prisoners this Is not trne Their clothing was burned by an order ol the Board of Health and Mr Asbby had nothing whatever to do with it The Board of Health is composed ol a competent corpse ofphysicians among whom are both Democrats and Republicans and we are ad vised that the course they pursued was both skillful conservative and In tile interest of the public health Mr Ashby Is one of the but jailers In the state he treats his prisoners with humanity and kindness and keeps lila jail in firstclass sanitary condition at all times The charge of Marsh that Mr Ash by exacted commission on purchases made by the prisoners Is wholly false It ought to be sold in this connection that Dr C M Heavrin who had charge of the jail both day andnight andwhose untiring and skillful atten tion to the unfortunate men entitles him to their most favorable consideration made all purchases for the prisoners and Mr Ashby had rio con nection whatever therewith Marshs letter which appeared in last weeks REPUBLICAN appears upon investigation to have been a fake anti moreover to have been in spired by malice and no credit what ever should be attached to any statement contained in his letter We make these statements fn the interest of truth and in order that ample justice may be done and we make them cheerfully CITIZENS Gold MlnelnchrfstianIl- opkinsvlIle Ky May 27Al- arge force of hands was put to work yesterday at the gold mines on the Cato farm not far from Hawkins in Northwest Christian New machinery will be put in at once and regular mining operations will be resumed this week T K Wilson and other Sebree capitalists leased several hundredacres of land in than section last year and a tunnel fortyfive feet in length was opened but the main vein of gold was missed by about fifteen or twenty feet when operations were suspended Some of the ore sent to a chemist assayed 2 to the ton It is believed that gold in paying quantities will be found and preparations will be made to operate the mine on a large scale The most improved mining machinery was purchased and a full force of hands will be given employment working with a night shift Another Eruption Port de Irance Island ot Martinique Monday May 26 9 p m Mont Pelee islagain In eruption Huge inkyblack clouds are rolling over Fort de France in great masses n which there are pecnlar lightning flashes The Inhabitants are now flocking into the great square of tbeI town Ifthe demonstration Increases panic is ImminentIA very heavy surf has been beating m the shore for the last two hours and an enormous grayish yellow cloud at a great height is dimly visible in the direpNfm pf ljpt fclcc The night l t intensely dnrk and the stirs arc atiljr t faintly visible Fort de Prance is in no danger from the volcano but there is considerable S apprehension of panic in the night time should the grayishyellow cloud here and Ashes and stones begin o fall There are noises from the volcano At present For the spice of one hour fl tines tose from the crat tothe height of 151 meters The crater seemed to be about 300 meters t In diameter- T FORDSVILLE KY M y 28 Dr Mnxwcll ol Narrows was In own SunJny MJs i Sutde Felix of Olaton Is vlsl tine Mr Helen Wnllrr A Ility foui tUrtown kit MrtiiU for the Mammoth Cxve Miss Adiju Tly ill the putntol Mian nthil Coinill a Mis Catherine Griffith wrfo hII tieen the guist il Miss Jessie Rey noUiHtreluriied t her home In Run sell ville M mUy Misses Nxtcy sad Mamie Smith Jessie Reynolds anti lolls Griffith Metsr Drushel Martin Sweats ann Smith pent Sunday afternoon at Sub phur Springs Mr Cleburn Miller of Hatlfo d was In town Thursday The Indian Medicine Show Is still here and Is atltacllng large ciowdx Mr Will Sarjjent and sister Mrs Will Camp will go lo Rock pott Ind this week to visit rclativis Mr Morton Holtroot formerly f Wbltesvllle has moved to our town and will enter into the profession ol lawMiss Maggie Hull of near Oensu boio is visiting relatives here Mrs Ona White ol Narrows wallj in town shopping Monday Mr Clarence Smith returned to Louisville Saturday Mrs W H Sargent was In LonlsI yule shopping several days last week Mr John Renfrow of Narrows vis ited friends here Sunday CERALVO KY May 27Mlss Grace Richardson Rlchardsvllle is vjslting this her former homeIDr very this writing Misses Era and Mabe Garrett are quite sick Miss Hester Duncan Smallhouse is visiting Mrs Florence Williams Miss Minda Wood returned from Huntsvllle Monday Misses Price Garrett and Edda Everly returned from Hartford College last week Mr S T Hunter and wife Small house visited here Sunday Born tothe wile of Mr Keown a boy Messrs Everet Smith and Cecil Fulkerson have returned from Hart ford College Mr Bill Everly returned from Mlf tlsslppl Sunday Messrs Reid Morton are building a new warehouse Wont follow advlco aftor pay Ing for It In a recent article a prominent physician says It is next to Impos sible for the physician to get his pa tients to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the small et extent he has but one resort left tmnely the drug treatment When midoiues ire usedor chronic cinstl patton the most mild and gentle ob tamable such as Cdamberlalns Stomach Liver Tablets should be employed Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy condition For sale by all drugrgists m BEAVER DAM KY Itfay 29 Monday afternoon the town and community was grieved to learn that Miss Iva Bean who was ac cidentally shot In New Orleans about ten days ago was dead Miss Iva was the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs C D Bean ot this place For the past two years she has been with her uncle in New Orleans where she was attending school and wasto have graduated next week Her remains were brought home Tuesday after noon Mr and Mrs Tom Lawrence and son and Miss Sallie Lawrence of New Orleans and Mr H Lawrence oi Vicksburg Miss accompanied the bereaved mother The funeral sere vices conducted by Rev G J Bean were held at the M E Church South Wednesday morning at 10 oclock af ter which the body was buried in the Baptist cemetery Mr E H Patterson alter a ten days visit t his chtlden here returned Monday to Oklahoma Mrs B F Eblea of Louisville orI rived Tuesday lor an extended visit to her daughter Mrs J II Barnes Misses Jennie and Laura Casebler Rockport are visiting their sister Mrs D J Coleman Mrs C P Austin and Mrs Miry Martin are attending the convention af the Christian church In Madison ville Miss Cordelia Welborn U the gUest jf Prof and Mrs W G Welborn Miss Ida Maddox of McIIenry is visiting Mrs Carrie Maddox Misses Maggie and Annlf +Smlth McIIenry ore the guests of Mr Geo Barnes family The commencement exercises so far have been very Interesting and well attended Tuesday alternoon the t class studying the British and Amen can authors appeared Wednesday al ernoon the H H Literary Society e held open session Wednesday evening the primary and intermediate departments t entertained Thursday af fuqn t 4 Hic class will dthivrr- lfIi tluhai thursday evening the cpentlu Pauline or an Eventful nay under the direction of Prof W Weaver will be given Friday nl ternoon the advanced Literature class will deliver their productions and Friday evening the graduating class receive their diplomas Our Premiums Tug RrtrunucAN since its organiza ion has been closely allied with the teachers of Ohio county Two coon ty Superintendents have been et the same time editors nl this paper and the present Superintendent if he will pardon me for saying so dos at least some of the edtttri0 work on the ap per when the editor in out of town The teachers of the county have np pre Uled the friendliness of the paper toward thtm by giveng ita liberal ul pjit in Hcoguizatlon ol whichwe are making the most liberal gifts to them ever offered by a loal newspt pr in the county In a popular contest The high character of the Board ot Directors of this paper C M Barnett S A Anderson C P Keown Wood Tlnsiey and Nicholas Barrass Is a guarantee that the bpgay and watch given away will heortbll class we are representing them to be We do not doubt tdat the teachers will go toaork at once to swell the circulation of TUB REPUBLICAN acid take an interest in the contest which must result in substantially reward Inif two o their number The there signature lion the raprxr of everY bottle of the genuine OWENS PINK the babys friend from birth ntil he has his teeth All druggists nil Kinds Building Material I wish to notify the public that I have pur chased the saw and plan ing mill of JWFordncar Roughriver bridge Hart ford and after adding 5 new woodworking machines am prepared to manufacture and furnish the public anything they want in the Building Ma terial line I have a large stock of pine Ceiling and Flooring Doors Sash Columns Screen Doors Moulding and all kinds of inside finishings Custom sawing and planing done to order Parties having Walnut Oak Poplar Beech or Gum to sell will find a market by calling on B B Collins or the under signed I will give you satisfactory prices in all dealings Give me a call JNO R PHIPPS For Sale A farm of 150 acres near Snnny dale Rough river bottom land well Improved Call on or address JAS WVSONO Snnnydale Ky aPrLI4ur-stile lbs Kind YCJ Hire Alinrj Bcvtt Blgiitsi ef A Remarkable Showing Notwithstanding the enterprising firm of T J Tnrley Co have only been in business here a few week they have already sold three car loads of Buggies and Surrles six car loads 01 Implements Wire Seed Kertllir er c and have a good many saltS for future delivery Having the amount of Vehicles Implements c bought In large quantities for spot cash T J Turley Co have five large stores besides alarge whole hale trade which enables them to sell at the lowest possible prices and they are people who erjoy dividing a good thing with their customers The success they have had In coming to Hart ford shows that the farmers appteci ate the low price and fair dealing of this Company Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars RRe ward for any case oi Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheny Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for thp last 15 years and believe his perfectly honorable in all business transacting and financially able to carry ont nny obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Drag glsts Toledo O Waldlnjr Klnnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood systemTestimonials bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the bet SCHROADER SCHOOLHOUSE May 26 A Sunday School has ately been organized at tblVplace1 Mr Dillard Schroader from near this place is visiting friends at Ren lerUhls week Mr John Nix was In Owenaboro his week The singing at Mr John Grays hut Sunday night was highly enjoy d by all present Mr Albert Hines of Warren y Is visiting relatives In this neigh I borboode i L I J Eczema Psoriasis Salt Rheum Tetter and AerieBelong to that class of inflamlUatory and akIn cnlltlon that cause more genuine bodily discomfort anti worry thannllotler kllon diseases The impurities or scdimtnts which collect in the system because of poor digestion inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are taken up by the blood saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids itmtnriTn out thmtKrh the elands and notes of the skin producing an inde scribable itching and burning and the yellow watery discharge forms into crusts and sores or little brown and white scabs thatdrop off leaving the akin tender and raw TIre effect of the nolsou maY cause the skin to troubled Wm crn krndbleed or give it fishy appearance again the eruptions may an consist of innumerable blackheads pimples or hard red bumps uponS the face Purification the blood Is the only for these diseases Washes and powders only hide for Um the glaring blemishes 55 S poiSnous lations the Uric and ether acids and restores the blood its wonted purity stimulates and revitalizes the sluggish the impurities pass off through the natural chaaaels an relieve the skin S S is the only guaranteed purtly veretablc blOod purifier It no Arsenic Potash or other mineral us about your case our physicians will advise without charge We have handsomely illustrated bookon diseases which win be sent free all who wish it Tilt SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta WILLIAMS MINES KY Williams Mints are still on a boom The mines are running almost everyday Mr Mrs Andrew Thorpe and son returned from LtuUvllle Wednes day night Rev L J Stlrman filled his regis lar appointment at Render Saturday and SundayvBorn to the wife ol Calvin Crud dock on the 22nd a toy Mr lUnna Uratchef of StephenP burg visited her tister Ingram Mrs Guy Steiter and little son returned from Beaver Dam Sunday nighttiMUscs Stlrman singer of Glshton mere the guests ol Mss Ethel Thorpe Saturday and Sunb day Mr John Vernon of Echols was the gnet of his iither Sunday Mr A M Smith of Dam happened to a very painful accident in the mines Monday by getting his band washed Miss Mary Vernon visited friends at Taylor Mines SundayIMr Joe Caigjl ol Echols film Is here fattedI Mrs Clay York and little ol Hartford visited Mr GDYork I last Sunday I Mr A S Sanders and wile visited Miss hooker Gosben Sun dayIDr Creel of Cental City was call ed to see Mrs Austin Saturday who has been bad for timeMr Mosley Hoover of Hartford I was in our town Friday Mr Lyrnan G Williams of Hart wlresltellbnt escaped only with a good shak I log up It Is easy to temporarily checka cough with the oidlnary opiate cough but when It isto be cured the root ol the trouble ousted one must have Ramons English Cough Syrup the old reliable Jiut think itl a positive cure for 25 cents m j advertising did not pay advertis i ers wonld not keep on expending thousands of dollars per year for it All the people cannot be fooled all the time II advertising did not pay Its demerits would have been exposed long before this The best proof that advertising pays lies the fact that advertisers continue its use year alter year Advertiser Dizzy your liver Isnt acting well You suffer from bilious ness constipation Ayers Pills act directly on the liver For 60 years have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure Aiuusifu Wau tniiituiII or btru a bcmuUIul brown rich blctt TlniitM- BUCKINGHAMS DYE 1 ls1c18 SG t O lU2fl I P pta nw a H- GO TO CUlNNS SALOON- FOR FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES BEER ETC CIGARS AND OBACCOIIifcS Hurdle Rye a Specialty LEE CHINN UARTIOnn 15W 44 Z can cheerfully ndori your 888- at K cure for Eoitma Z was with it for OB years and tried manyaremedies with BO tod effeoU but nilnir ft few bottles cC 8 8 8 wa eDUreIly relieved Oam na W Central WiChita XMl n scaly and vicious can a eradicates all accumu antidotes to and organs anti S contains and a to G nnd Sunday Beaver badly Sunday of in health some cures of In Then or I n Mass Convention Pursuant t call issued by the Second Appellate District Republican Committee of Kentucky the Repnb licans if Ohio ccunty are hereby call ed to meet In Mass Convention at the court honse In Hartford Ky Satur day June 21 i9 2 at I oclock p m for the purpose ol selecting delegates the Second District Appellate con- ention at Leltchfield Ky June 2- 5neb county will be entitled to one delegate for each 101 votes or fraction ver filty cast lor Wui McKinley for- tesident In 1910- NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn Lyons Imzativo Syrup a vegetable preparation ibsolutelj- aruilesa in its effect it acts gentlyon the kidneys liver and bowel cures con itipatlon biliousness sick headache I lears the complexion and make the lood pure An remedy for child ren as well as adults Fur Kale by I Tholt Allen RoslneKy F ROUGH RlVIRiJi l TELEPHONE j COMPANY kk 0iFt 4TtO i ii Iralk being cheap and necessary patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and be in talking distance with the whole coon ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to th Rough River Telephone Company 01 theywill be At the whole expense II you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For portlcu tars call on D M Manager Hartford Ky um ulan Tilnliiii ANDS Telegraph COMPANY INCORPORATED Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and connected by Its Long Distant lint with all principal points in thirtyfive Shin and Territories has established an exchange inllaitford and unrmund Ing country They wish to make theli service as comprehensive and valua ble as possible and make a specially of furnishing service to patties living in Ihe country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rates and other information may be obtained at the exchange over Williams drugstore Hartford Ky C P Nowur Manager Z5SWL We will sell at retail the Celebrated Delker Buggies Driv ing Wagon Phaetons and Surreys at WHOLESALE prices for CAST This work is original in design correct in proportion graceful in out line Standard of over 40 years We ha- veBuggies From 83000 up If in want ofanything in the Vehicle line we can save you money Call and inspect our Styles and pri- cesJOHN C- DELKER SONSIiD112EHaIiit Owonboto Ity Now is the Time to Buy a eLgg cr SL11ey Ifyou wnnt tho BEST buy an AMES It has stood tho test of time Built of timber bought from homo people Bodies all made in our own factory by skilltkl workmen Our guarantee is therefore of somo value VNov Styles and Fresh work can always bo found at our G iioral Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky 0 I 4 CAPACITY of our Factory 20000 00 Finished Ve hides per annum P A AMES c COW O17Venborc Kv b 4L J e EVE YBODYS STORELI Wool Wool I Being tho largest handlers of this staple in this county nd always paying tho highest prices tho market will st ndlliaving a stock of Merchandise from which you can select lhing you need at unquestionably low prices makes our tho most advantageous place to soil your Wool Millinery Goods Our second purchase of Newest Shapes and readytowear Hats has just arrived and wo are showing this week an on tirely now variety of shapes and trimmings Dress Goods Department Our ontiro lino of Spring and Summer Wash Fabrics is now open foryour inspection You can buy an airy sum I meV frock at from 3c to 50c per yard India Linens at front 1 5o to 25c per yard Fancy Nainsooks Dimities and other Whito Goods at from Co to 25o per yard Silks and Woolens in endless variety You are compelled to BCO this lino inI order to appreciate its immensity and cheapness f Carpets Rugs Etc Spring cleaning must soon begin A new Carpet must ho bought A few1 now Hugs must replace tho old ones Laco i Curtains to ho had Shades for the windows Whito Quilts for tho room A now Couch A now Wardroho Now Chairs and Rockers Now Stand Tahlo and Covet Allot theso wo can supply at it very reasonable cost to you Is it not to your very material advantage to buy where you gut tho Lest service larg st stock and lowest prices We are showing quite a sample lino of Brussels Carpets from which you can select your patterns mill wo will have them cufand made ready to go on your floor If you want Brussels look through our line and if we dont save you money dont buySlippers Slippers Our ont ro line of uptodulo Slippers is ready for inspec tion Strap Slippers 5125 to 200 Oxfords till solid l to 250 Misses und Childrens Slippers 50c to 125 LOAD UP your families como to Beaver Dam and spend ono day supplying your needs from tho great store of I E5 1 BARNES St BRO J I PLEASE I REMEMBER V I J That wo are headquarters for all kinds of Dry Goods Ladies Dress Goods Shoes Hats and Ladies and 9 I 941 Goats Furnishings a specialty Mattings a largo 4 Hno nt populur priccs Wtlsh FtiIjilcs of uU lesigos 9 9 41 and latest patterns Linen Goods at lowest prices fj J1 So our elegant lute of Mens Shirts and Ties Prices t on all Goods guaranteed to bo tho lowest quality considered If Goods it ttr 41oJ41 pay you us J I Our Spring Clothing I 9 Ii For Men Youths and Boys is tho largest most styl it J ish and best over shown in Hartford These Suits = are made of fabrics that will give long and satisfac 41 tory service tho tailo ing cannot bo excelled and tho it styles are notably correct These Suits wore porspn J 4 4 yearsinClothing r ir J these selections to our customers with tho assurance that they tho best 1are absolutely and tho cheapest J that tho market affords J Bring us your Country Produce for whichw it will as always pay you tho highest market pricet 4a 941 9 41 4 4 4 4 4 SAM BAGHI2 4 Hartford4 Kytt 4CULLINS SALOONA B IcPt3D XSLTSZ Handles the DESnnd PUREST Whiskies Wines and andOldBock Beer Bockfieer BB COLLINS COIr t A I IIJ y J y Ii E 44 L or r a 0 tlu I fcfc fJt t Corset Talk and and tho tho can como in dlo in of stylo tho form of any All ssF out of tho ilxst and guaran teed not stretch Our 4 297 ihip low bust with cmniii four ssF hooks 12 inch L side Comes in E and Sixes i18 75c + Our t Cor taken celebrated It of isorwhnt it of if at tho and CRESCO disconnected in has iannot4if isishapely comfortable durable as break at waist cheapest lady i buy They whitelong short or I buytj IThe i R G Corset iThosoCorKotswolmn tsuitable variety to 7 lady inado material to 01No mado short coutillo + ttrips claspno steels wliito black tom Price No1 is Empire style or Jirtiea it breaks it is is it it is is after also como in the 4ssty1e lry a Pleasant to wear and as good us any 85e Corset Our Price iOc 44 Wo are offering spccinl lriecs now on Kid Gloves 4 silk Gloves white or hand Z korclliof Wash Etc r fVisit tDargailiCeliter the Grcat Jt i2Z 4- BIItousncsa ft r I Makes ChronIc Invalids tha Ur torpid aU tWdhwor Ula bile entus the blocd u s UIut posion Tb coo bWouanus lick hvWs- n malaria lbs cidy reameal ibM IIree lbe Urn jiIt- ha nab touch sal ana NIIIII york 110 be rlpI1- II1IIIer II AMONS LIVER PILLS TONIC PELLETS Ts pW tothes the tift ad thi petieaU tha- I 711111 III oIoeee rot 141 0011 eall aII4 your eG Ii bad ou- wiU bo wcU before you Galab ihemrI Sampl free For uie aU duIer- sb IForsale J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 30 Mrs T C Bear of Dundee is very sick makea good meal Try himtfNazareth waists lor children nt Pairs i tuped neck vest 8 cents ut Pairs q Cot S R Dent Leltchfield is lii town Uteit style in Belts this week at Everything good to eat at City Res Mr Sam Bach was jn Lnuiavfil Tutsday j City Restaurant is chqck full ol iNicest Fruits In Hartford at City Restaurant Nobby line of mensand boys Stray lists atF irn YardWlde Domestic 4 icentv b 7 bolt at Fairs MrFfL Sandefur ol Roxy was it i town Y ne4y MrJV Coxr6i CromWeli was1 In r town f k Mr Grant Pollard of Shreve wall in town Mr J H Stewart of Select was In- toi see us Prof TJpMorto Was lit Liver Irmore VVedoesday ri j or Mr MFSharp blBiiTtttsPierry vas in town Vo luivo tho agency for tho CRESCO a Corset that cannot breakat the waist matters not what tho stylo u Corset in made waist uncomforla bio useless Tho iCorset front at tho waist lino anti cannot Corset a a almost Jitoy Girdle specW Ladies black Mitts Ludics Vests Goods 4ic WIld II eostipaO5 Ma4acbe J aezeeodingty by Tweddell Tidies f FMrsr tAunt goodies i Wednesday Tuesday Monday h Monday Corset rendered elastic Call oa Carson Bros for anything in the grocery line Cheese Sausage Ibm and Crackers at City Restaurant Ladles Bleach Lice Striped Hose I 250 to Soc at Pairs Special value in Black Dress Goods I this week at Fairs Mr William Vaughn ol Morgan I town Is in Hartford 36 inch Bleach Cotton no starch 50 per yard at Ealrs Mr Wilt Park ot Sbreve gave us I a pleasant call Monday Miss Rosa Bach is in Chicago this week visiting relatives Mr Marlon Mmtin of Dundee call ed to see us Wednesday I Good quality ot pure colored Stile UmbreUas2 at Fairs Mr arid Mrs F I Smith were at Sulphur Springs Sunday You will find the best Meat Lard and Four ot Cleve Iless Soda water Lemonade and Phos phates atClty Restaurant Pretty strap toeSiIpptfBVery ta- testti 50 and 2 at Pairs 1JU5t a moment friends Have you seen Cleve llera newfrulU Mr John M Ragiand of Pleasant RHge was in ton Tuesday I Mr Hardin Porter of Grayson I county was in town Monday Myl my what delicious Ice Cream and Sherbet at City Restaurant Mr William ArioIdtTeJtIle vita atnongour callers Monday i Freshest and Daintiest line Cakes I in Hartford at City Rertaurant it 1 P Bronchitis 4 I have kept Aycrs Clufriy Pec loral In my house for a great many years It Is the best medicine In the world for coughs and colds J C Williams Attica N L All serious lung troubles begin with a tickling in the throat You can stopthls at first in a single night with Ayers Cherry Pectoral Use it also for bronchitis consumption hard colds ofall kinds TfatitUttl2t Ilctl All 4rflSl Cnntt yoor dftflot II hi says taks Itthen ito u uJ1rr b tolls not to tksII Ibm It II kMwi tAll II with MID Wi a wUhIut J U ATO co LwsU Xu See Cleve liars glassware iocen counter Cleve Ilers locent glassware counter is a beauty Mr J B Stogner oi Centertown called in to see us yesterday Mr A J Casey of Gntherie la spending this week in Hartford If you will stop to think you will buy your groceries ol Cleve lIar When passing atop and see Cleve tiers locent glaaaware counter Hon R W Slack of Owenaboro Is attended court here this week Just received a new line ol Diamond brand Coffee at Cleve liars Mr Chesterfield Coeol Dundee Is sick ol some trouble with his head Messrs Larkln Grills and Enon Parris were in Oweusboro Saturday Mrs Dr Gao Mitchell died at her home in Heaver Dam last Wednesday Mrs B H Ellis left Wednesday for Denver Col to join her husband there Mrs J R Pirtle and children are visiting relatives in Owensboro this week Judge CW Massle came over hom wensdoro Monday to attend Circuit Court Messrs Ulystus Whallen and Buck Dennis of Prentts were in town yes terday Mrs J F Vickers who has been sick for some time Is still confined to her bed Dont forget the discount allowed you on tailor made garments at Car son Co Mr W S Schlemmer is expecting I visit of his mother from Cannelton- nd soon City Restaurant is the most uptci date place in Hartford Call and see for yourself Even this store Is not ar good as it might be But we are striving CARSON Co Mr William Dyers of Yeaman Grayson county was in to see tia Monday Profs A S Tanner and I S Mason Pleasant Ridge were in town Vednadajr Mr John Morton and Miss Ida Parks colored oi Hajtl were married Sunday night- Carson Bios the Grocerers will deliver Groceries at your house Give them a call Mr John Sep Motiley la very low of consumption and is not expected to live but a short time The Sunday School DUtrlct Confer ence of the M E Church South met at Livermore this week Mrs Harve Roberts oi Fordsvllle visited her brothers SberUf and Capt JnoG Keown Sunday Miss Annie Smith 01 Pordsvllle is visiting the family of Rev J D Hocker In Owensboro this week Bring yonr Wool Eggs Ginseng feathers llama Chickens etc to Pairs Highest prices paid Come and see our new summer Hos cry Pretty loud but not as loud as hi price CARSON Co How To Gain Flesh Persons have been known to gain a pounda day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION It is strange but it often happensSomehow the ounce produces the i it seems to start the digestive machinery going prop so that the patfentls a to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he cquld riot do be fore and that is the way the gain Is made A certaiftamoufit of flesh is necessary for health if you have not got it you can get it by taking seOIlS ISYoa wilt find It IIut u tueftil In fumner youarethivlnguponIt i 0114 soo all dnaHku SOeTT Ii oWNS IouNYari Dr J R PlJtle attended the State Dental ASsociation oi which he b Pwldcntnt Covlngtnn last week hut the next week we will rive 8 per pound for hena nod 130 pr pmin ftihuws CARSON Co Mr Sam liacli the diy gcolsmc chnit moved Wednesday into the house recently vacated by Mr A R Pate Mr John B Poster who Is engaged In the Internal Revenue Service rt Linlsville is with his family here this week Mr James Casebler who has been an invalid for everal years Is at the hour of going to press thought to be dying The Court has appointed Mr Ben- D Rlngo Commonwealths Attorney- In the absence ol Mr Rowe who hal neuralgia Misses Ola and Lute Hoover or Horse Branch are attending commencement exercises at Hartford College this week Rev J T Rushing Presiding EI- der Owensboro District preached an able sermon at the Methodist church Sunday night Mr Jno J McHeary Loulsvill spent Saturday and Sunday in Hartford the guest of his mother Mrs Jennie McHenry A jubilee celebrating the birth of time is said to have been held l Hartford about midnight Wednesday Particulars withheld RI Tweddell is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction guar anteed Mill located southend Iron bridge Hartford Ky tf Mrs P L Felix and children went to Louisville Wednesday where they will spend a few days with Mis Felixs mother Mrs A Duncan Go to the Economy Dry Good Store for your Millinery goods New goods received every week MRS SARA COLLINS SloTH Remember we will deliver goods free at all times Rough River phone No 63 Cumberland No roj CARSON Co Bring your Wool Feathers Chick ens and Eggs to the Fconomy Dry Goods Store MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH See our white shirts with solt bos oms cufl attached If you wear one your lady will think you are the real thing CARSON Co Just received a big line oi all the newest things in Ladies and Misses Slippers ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORB Liberty Brand Hat 2 Some New York and Chicago stores would ask you fJ 5ofor same quality Cs rCoP- rof and Mrs A P Taylor and little daughter Mary Lee ol Guthtle arrived In Hartlord Sunday to spend several days with relatives and friends Just received a beautiful line of Gents Spring and Summer wear Our yonng mens Norfolk Suits are nobby ECONOMY DRY GOODS STOHB A R Renfrow Coa huckster teetH ran away Tuesday afternoon and smashed the wagon and bruised up the driver Mr Mosley though he was not seriously hurt Mr Clarence Dennis and Miss Eu nice Wilson both of Prentis were married In the parlor of the Hartford House Wednesday afternoon Judge J P Milltr performed the ceremony No tailor can fit you better than we with our Sonneborn warranted Cloth lug If a bit under or overdeveloped well alter as necessary CARSON Co Advertised letters Mrs Ellen Miller Mrs Hester Shultr Miss Effie Taylor Mr Thomas Brewer Mr Charlie W Landrum Prof Wesley Smith One cent due on advertised letters ExAssessor G Davis Royal has engaged in the dry goods business at McQuady Ky Mr Royal is a good business man and well deserves the confidence of the good people of that community Wedont need your money half as much as we do your good will Well surrender the first gladly on any complaint but the latter well strive mighty hard to retain CARSON Co The commencement exercises of Hartford College this week have been largely attended The annual address which will be delivered tonight by Dr P T Hale of Oweusboro will close this years work of the College Mr J N Arnold and wife of Black Hills S D who have been visiting Mr Arnolds sister Mrs 3 M Porter at Beaver Dam left Tuesday night for Mammoth Cape They go front there to Louisville to visit the family oi Mr G C Westerfield The A O UW Iodge had an in terestlng called meeting We4nesday night at which Mr Robert Daugher ty a new member was initiated and Mr Jno H Thomas renewed his former membership which hehadal lowed to lapse while away from Hart Jord Iva Bean i1teroCurtls Bean orOl ton died at New Orleans at I oclock Monday morning and her tibdy was brought fjacki to Beaver Data Tuesday and interred In the 9 4 rGenerationAgCoffee vc in bulk The 20th Cent way is th- eLion Coffee 4waysretaining its rich flav- orwwJJJwuw Baptist cemetery there Wednesday Rev G J Bean preached the funeral The 17th inst while In New Orleans attending school the young lady who was only seventeen years old was sitting at a table writing a letter when a little child about five years old opened a closet door and brought out a target gun Miss Bean anx Ions for the cbilds welfare made a hurried effort to take thegun horn it and in so doing the gun was Iscbarg ed how it is not known and the bell entered her head For several days her condition was reported favorable and the announcement oi her death was Mbockjng surprise to her friends here t IrV Of the fiftyeight applicants who passed the examination here last Fri day and Saturday ten received first clasS certificates nineteen received secondclass eight received thirdclass and twentyone tailed Those exam- Ined were R H Miller Dr J A Duff P a Miller E A Carter Ella Herring Irene Wblttinghill they Howard Everet Smith A S Tanner Marvin Black C E Render Lennie Rowe Chester Lyons Novella Fend ley C S Bennett Lieu Hoover Bernice Miller ATJ Ellis Y C Jackson O N Stewart Clarence pe- Wee e R R Mnddox Nora Clark Myrtle Moreland T J Edge I J Hoover Jesse Rock A C Porter O O Williams Nannie King Lula Acton Stella Tanner Edna Hudson Oscar Wilson Charles DeWeese Co E Allen Frank Whlttlngh Lorena Knight Audry Dexter Ittle Lee Tones Mary Morris Mall da Smith Mattie Mosley Mrs Bettie Davis S J Paxton Jr Lillian Pqlterson Vernon Leach Ada Herrel H P Maddox Madle Park Leota Patton Garfield Brown tousle Leach Arthur Miles Ella Campbell Mntnle P Stevens Dee Brown Bilsoiesl Bllgist Bilggiesl I have on hand a nice lot of Celebrated AMES Buggies and Surries that I will sell CHEAP These are the very BEST Ve hiclQs jriadQ and ifyou are in need of a Buggy or Surrey give me a call- A C TAYLOR Liveryman Hartford Ky Bank Robber Trials The trial of pray Keely Mills and Marsh was the sensation ot the present term ol the Ohio Circuit Court In Kentucky there is no special statute against bank burglary and the men who cracked the Bank oi Hart ford safe were simply charged with houxebreaklng G G Gray was tried first and pleaded not guilty and was given the limit oi the lawfive years Tuesday the case of Dan Keely was called who also pleaded not guilty The jury took the case at 4 oclock In the after nooolut decided to sleep on it Of course nobody familiar with the case doubted the result of the verdict ol guilty which was bTought In Wed nesday morning and his punishment was fixed at five years in the peniten tiaryWhile the jury was out with Keelys case Marsh and Mills decided to plead guilty which they did when court convened Wednesday morning In consideration oi his entering I plea oi guilty Mills was given only 3 years and six months The case of H L Marsh was the last to be heard It will be retnembeted that Marsh was the man who told the officers when arrested where the booty was which made the conviction of any of them pos sible and besides the conviction bad gained currency here that this was Mlnib first serious offense and because ol these facts he was given only eighteen months Best Wire on earth 240 per 100 wt atT J Turley Cos Hartford See us We can save you money Notice The Hartford Water Mill Carding Machine wilt be open for business this season Bring on your wool tr J W Ford hjn The above denature js ontWwr eror everY bottlaoftbe genulneOWEN5 PINK MIXTURBtho from birth until hI Jmas his leelhAlI druggist Fifteen Years in The Pen May aEd Rus sell the ntgro who was arrested for committed on the person Of Mrs Woodward was trieS to3sy and the jury returned a verdict of guilty and gave h1n1ifll ee1 yeats In the pen Iten Uarjr3 dI Mrs Wqodwardklfully Identified Russell as rpe ttol the out ragej therewaspleniy oiiother cvf II dence connecting him with the crime He was taken at once to the penitch tiary at Eddyvllle ICE ICE I will deliver Ice every morning in Hartford Parties wanting Ice will call on Estil Park or myself R T COLLINS School Census The school census returns complete in the hands oi the County Superin tendent show the following results White Male 4 364 White Females 415 Total 8511 Colored Males 23rl Colored Females 234 Total 464 Grand tctil of children In school age 8 986 The reports show a de crease ol fourteen white pupils and twentyJour colored FARMERS Three carloads of the best Fertilizer on earth Ox and Armour brands just received at T J Tur ley Cos Hartford and they arc selling it at poSeeyour order We can save youtheprizewinning co having taken all first and second Pre OwensboroKyRemember prizesforgrown with our brands of Fertilizer at our next openingYours for business T J TURLEY CO OaSTOnXAJtfI JS ItItM tutZYd r REYNOLDS KY Miss Emma Westtrfield of Pleasant Ridge is visiting relatives here Miss Zelma Barnett spent Saturday and Sunday at Deanefield Misses Emma Westerfield and lIst Lie Reynolds were in Lyonia Wednesday Miss Rosia Reynolds who has been dick for some time lo improving Mr Henry Lloyd and wlfeof Beaver Dam visited friends here last week Mr John Coleman is on the sick list Mighty as are steam and electricity- In the domain of industry they are but shadows of the mightier power oi concentrated thought as expressed In type and spread before the world To let the world know through type who and what and where you are and what you have that this great world wants is the secret of uCeuandt- he printing press is Its mightiest lachine to that enThos A Edison Headachekills but SURELY It preys upon the intellectual powers more than we realize It consumes the vitality fatter than nature can replenish it and we cannot tell just what moment a temporary or complete aberration of the mind will result Headache and pain should be promptly re movedbut properly Many pain cures arc more harmful than tile pain Beware II you would be safe take MllisPain Pills- As a result of ntunleta I lest the sight of rich and Ibt pain IS have suffered u incomprehensible be In obliged to take opiates con- tlnuaII A tlcoi gave me one of Dr Miles Tn Pills Mol It us lIved me 1 then purchated a box and now trouble have also cured my daughter of nervous headache I heartily recommend them t ther Dr moodTens Soli by DnicguU aj Dotes 350 Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind DPOTIN AG1T FOR OI tett1 QU i Office ltycpjtrt Clerks Office i BIG TALK Therell be lots of it now The discount season is now at hand the season when the windy announcements of big discounts on Clothing and Wash Dress Goods appear These spasms always come two or three times a year Our discount season lasts the whole year around We have built up our mammoth business by always selling at lower prices than other stores In the Suit line you will always find by comparison that our prices are from one to three dollars Jeson the same qu Utythaneelsewhere Ifyou will compare our prices with those of others you will find that every articlein our store js marked at orbelow zero We know that this is the best method for build ing up and holding business Remember we carry complete lines of General Merchandise and Furniture r We take in exchange for goods all kinds of Country Produce such as Wool Chick ens Eggs Feathers Ginseng Yellow Rood Etc A glad hand of welcome awaits very caller Yours truly w- Crrsori r Co Hartford Ky r OUtVoting Contest GIVEN AWAY FREE Wo are going to give a LADIES GOLD WATCH guaV anteed for twenty years ElginMovement the most popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County Also an Al BUGGY to tho rnostpopularGontlernnna teacher in Ohio County b jltestsubscription to TIlE REPUBLICAN ho shall bo entitled to reachqrArrearigesCut out tho coupon below fill in tire name of tho Lady and Gentleman for whom you want to vote and mark the num orof votes you are entiled to in plain figures on the ourpon and send it to this paper Tire contest will be in care of a committee to b6 appointed by tho County Superin endent Tho ballots will be and counted by the committee and the property irnnsferred to the winners on tho first day ofthe Ohio County Teachers Institute which wjll bo held tho first or second week in October cwFONVotes for Miss as tho most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio Count Votes for Mr t r as tho most Popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio CouRty Signed PO i v l SMALLIIOUSE KY May a6Mr and Nfl a T thin ter vWted Mrs P L Wood at Ceral vo Sunday Mrs Curren Reed and little daugh ter One May oi Ceralvo attended church at Stnallhouie Sunday Miss Ethel Hunter has returned from a visit at Utica Ky Mrs J S Trunnell and little daughter Susie Oleits Utica are via Itlng Mrs Tri nnelta parents Mr and Mrs T R Hunter IellIErsklne Fnlkersoa visited Miu Nora Bennett ol Msatansu sad attended churchat Waltons Creek Sunday- MraSarnMdrtonlz ill Mr A Yelser of Hartford wu the guest ol Miss Outs Maddox Sunday Miss Made Harris Ii speodintr a few days with her sister Mn Sara Bllbro near Wsltona Creek h Mrs R IIRverly ini tjieslrk list S Mr Henry Rail and wile visited thelrbrotherMr Thomas Ball Cen tertown Friday and Saturday The Rev C B Coleman a prohibi lion evangellkt will deliver a lecture at the Smallhonse Baptist church to s hLvA crown nfontteen yonnr Iaiiei cud centltrucn trout Uisttt were Oi the Steamer Crescent City en loute for Bowling Green Ian Tuesday We learn that Dr G L Everly Ceralvo it d III at his borne MrLSThe locusts appearance here as yet but the cut worms are still numerous Rev G H Lawrence filled the p1I1 rUteD Maddox who waspresent on last Sunday VWf V i h C- v re 1 A vT j i iI = a = CHL L n 1 Tho Kind Yon have Always Bought nnd which has been in use for over 30 years has bono tho slgnntiiro of i haS been iimtlo iintler his per 0soiil supervision lineo liR Inflmcy no ono to deceive yon in tlito All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justnspood are but Cxi crliucnts that trifle with mid endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla Is n harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare u Boric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nnrcotio substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd nllnys Fcvcrluhncss It cures Diarrhoea and AVlnd Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINECASTORIA ALWAYS Boars the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought I In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCNTUII COMHIIT TT MumlA ITf IT Mm V0 CITY NO BLANKSEVERYEODY GETS A PRIZE 250000CA- SHPRIZES FREE YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TOTWO COOD PAPERS A GUESS IH THE CONTEST A Beautiful PICTURE Worth SI Llka ThliIV ALL FOR THE PRICE OF ONE PAPER TilE REMARKABLE OFFER THE WEEKLY AMERICAN NASHVIUC TENM oflowIngoffiTorrs from whom wo rtcclra the correct or pea correcl jtUe OJr gueeon the nurn rer o 0000 W pa received ciartafllfi Trnnlrom Nor 1 1901 to oyPIGTUR 11X14 INCHES IMOUNIEO JIIIf MecelTCd In April May or MMMMMIOOOIf Kecelved In July Aucust or tembcrMM60000 9 THEN AN EXTRA 50000 IS SET ASIDE p lrraklnz2WiO In nU whih will tG drvlilnl allrho Iteuovn wllhln one fl- iuiiJridortlioconTctntimt rroTided thcy dQ rwl gctunjrotlicrcaih prize one hundred a0 either way allow ouOl chance IN THIS CONTEST THECE ARE NO BUNKS AS YOU CAN CERTAINLY GET WITHIN 100 OF IT P solelyHablet o I In anyway lrld rOlniblo nrlntIoritny partoftho mime In addition to hocMhprlw 11 eli uhacribero the two who will nW one lamp to pay postage one their choice of the fallowing beautiful ilcture i 3= ORDER PIOTURE BY NUMBER ONLYN- O OM TITLI NA TITLE NO TTL NO TITLE M tloC202A20JRo eCirl 206Bubble lO70ur ret 212D loret OH Contest close on October 5 1902 Ckt midnight OX The offlcld ilatement of tho Clarkirllla Tobacco Board of Trade to be the figure upon SO which Ihe contest Ic to bo decided CbrknTllIe Is iccond In ifto dirk In rf1 the United Stales To holp you make a cloo gueu wo give receipts la CUrkiTllla for JAI 10 10 2NorNoTlB3toNoTlilS 171lNoTltn7loNoTl 118 18IJ2 NOT 1 01 toKoT102 XoTl8ltoNoTltU 4iiNoTl 8toNoTltWSO o WHATf 52 nIUILESboth mud nCpletllroYour order mull be sent to the piper In which you see this adverdcmcnlrt Cut thiN bonk out arid USo It and you nod not vrlto n letter roLiiBiiii I P amed low Iguesthenumbcrofhogtheiidsoholnccotobore- 4Ntved DIIJJIn Tenn from NoTl 1901 to NOT loo to NOTEIlle Lo ordered pent to lennYato IIdJreuesmay tboH 0 Q D H E ADSrlcuro to C dLthrcnt ono end to gU lscredUo to you- o atof Ond WEEKLY AMtKICAN 0urMMMMMMM II 1- 1POMMMMSttOMSend YourIf 11 Paper to MrMMMMMMM 1- 0POMMMSt tMMM II Send Picture NotoMrM 3 MMjPOMMMMMMMMSt to i 4CueuPOMMMMMM5ttTHE PRICE OF THE WEEKLY AMERICAN ONE YEARWITH ALL PRIVILEGES OF THIS CONTEST AND KentucKys Greatest Newspaper Dally One Year 312 Copies BY iuAL at a rate LESS THAN Ic A DAY The Ulzctt llrlghteit and licit Paper In the South Irom lOto 16 page lIy20 and 24 paces on Saturday FREE IA Copy of the Worlds Almanac oUilClIlllXu Lncyclopedla 1902 edition of over 600 pages FREE to all lending In their subscription tot one Year before April I IV02 RATES UY nAIL ONLY One Year S3 6 norths i2 J flonth JI2J One Month SOc We will be glad to end ample copies on application THE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KY 1 If You Want To keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe for The Republican And get all the news all the time t t iol rJ hwnQrd pqIicp =FRIDAY MAY 3fl J Illinois Contral RallroadTlmoI Table New lime cord taking etfwt Pundny lIe i1000 at noon North lloiinil Nnnth llonntl No 131 dne B37 q in No ill ilsjll17a NoOdo47l n Ko 101 duo 3tl p m Nol21ilcjelZ3U I m NoUl dn845 in LorinI Ffighla No 191 da TMa m No 193 duo S67 p n S D ViHUlTlt Aarat tUHti riNtKt All IthL jAILS Dest Counh Bjrup Tanas UooJ Usi In time br drnrttL CONSUMPTION I HOUSECLEANING TIME Men may talk of their strenuous life But tis nothing to that nf tbe wife Who WIth soap brush and bruotn Charges through ever room Everywhere nguinstdirt waging strife Tba season of struggles and woes When from cellar to attic she goes Making every place clean Till no dirt can be seen And not even a small dust cpeck shows ThereTire floors she must patiently scrub There are windows to wash and to rub Down the stairs on her knres She will go by degrees Using water on them by the tub Thus from rising to setting of sun Till the task of housecleaning is done Goes the vigilant wife In her stenuous life And is happy oer triumphs thus won But the man who so greatly is blessed With a wife of such vigor posessed Makes the hInt he must work Yet hes playing the shirk And is out somewhere taking a rest Pittsburg ChronicleTelegraph Ingenious Bishop Comes to Grief A distinguished Episcopal clergyman was once called on to officiate at a fashionable summer resort church ard finding only a short surplice and no cassock In the vestry was very much disturbed at the thought of hav ing to appear in n vesture that to the frivolous would look like a white shirt and trousers But a happy Inspiration came to him Why not wear one of hIs wifes black petti coats The portion that would show below the surplice would look like tbe regulation cassock and no one would ever be the wiser So he horridly sent one of the ushers with an explanatory note to his wife at the hotel and In the nick of time the petticoat arrived The makeshift turned out to ben perfect success and no one at a distance could tell that he was not wearing a cassock After the dose of service he decided to go out to the body of the church without taking off his robes In order to greet some friends And he was soon the center ofa group of fashionable women when a green Irish maid from the hoi tel came up and in a loud voice said to him Yer Rlverence the missus slut me alter her petticoat that ye do be wearln an1 I wnz to wait till ye take it oiL OAS OZOOnX4 Bun O itt Kto YM Hams Ahnrt Bought Blptun 1pof The Idea of It There are a thousand things in your store that will furnish the theme for a readable Interesting attractive advertisement Take one article or one class of articles at a time and dlij cribe them as accurately as possible Tell just exactly what you see about them that make them good deslrablei Certainly when you bought them yon had some idea that lot a particular reason one particular thing would sell Thats the idea to put into theI advertisement Good Advertising Pointed ParagraphsI- dle talk is the work of a busy tonguetAs a rule people who lack polish cast the most nflectlousIMany a man finds it easier to bluff his creditors than his wile Some nun nit born lucky and some are lucky to have been born at all Abuse the public all you like flot one ever considers it a personal af frontBlessed is tbe wile who is not tooI strenuous in managing her silent partuer Nearly every man you meet has the latch stung out for unexpected honors Chicago News Mooted Points of Law An English writer given a gcod ex ample of those quibbles in legal prac tice that have a sort of fascination for certain minds Some years ago while traveling on the Continent he metthe principal lawyer for the government of one of the piinclpalfties who told him of a curious legal ques tion It bad reference to a railway station at the boundary between two principalities Some one standing outside the window of the ticket ffice put his hand through and robbed the tlllinslde The boundary line lay between where the thief stood and the till so that he was actually In one territory while the crime was com mlttld in the other Here was a nic nut for the gentleman learned in the law to crack Which of the princi polities should undertake the prose cutlon of the culprit At it they went in good earnest anti the arguments on either side were AW Ittrn 8QfJqEg IlI Y 14I1th1tS 1100 Um19t1 Lu Sun All Doctors have tried to cure Catarrh by the use powders acid Pasteforummucuous membranes causing them powerful entirely eaten away the satin memo branes that their makers have aimed to cure while paste and ointments IIhllandCatarrh has atlast perfected n treat ment which when faithfully used not permanentlp cause stopping the discharges and curing all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that i partsThis I Snuffles the Guaianteed Catarrh extrenielylow I containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months necessarytoj perfectCureas the qnly sale and positive cure for 4lseaseItpermanently and Is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Ifever dr Cold In the Head Catarrh when neglected often leads to Consumption Snuffles1 wll save you II you use jt at once It Is no ordinary remedy hut a complete treatment which is postively guaranteed to cure Catarrh in any form or stage if used according to the direc tions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send lor it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your caS without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Snnfflts the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept 1 Ed win B Giles Company 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia long and vehement till the whole case was embalmed in many volume At last one side yielded so far as to say We will permit you as an act of courtesy to piosccute while at the same time reserving all our sovereign rights At this point of the recital I asked lAnd how did the prosecution end Ah that Is quite another matter I saidmy blend There was no nr ranging what we should do when we caught the robber but we never caught him o Passing Fancies Everything looks black to the man who is blue- Writers I devote a great deal of space 1soakIwhoThe duller the market the closer the shave some speculators have It Is a critical time in the life of aI boy when he begins to want a night key I As a rule it is easy to see through a veiled threat It is probably called a chancel rail because young couples take such chances in front of it No orator can move an audience like the fool who yells fire The man who is always tipsy rarely stands well in the community When it said that a wan has been weighed and found wanting it is well to ascertain who adjusted the scales before reaching a final conclusion Origination excuses to get out to the game has much to do with keep lug alive American inventive genius To say that a girl has been treating fellow like a dog may mean lIst she has been feeding bin on bonlons and riding hint around in her trap A good many of the tramp stories that find their way into the maga zines are on the buml R Horna in Louisville Times The Road Question If the following brief thought taken from the cditoral columns of the Brandenburg Messenger were pasted n the hat df every citizen of Kentucky and read every ime ill= hat was taken oil or put on arid lts full meaning well consideren the quotation of good roads In Kentucky would be settled for good and well fettled Good roads like good streets make habitation along them desirable They economize lime and force in tratiFpnitatlon of products reduce t wear and tiar on horses harness and vehicles and enhance the marktt I value of real estate They raise tie i fi nlojo win P1ITiiIIIIa ivn pttsM wt- ilI PMUtil llot pantry llftucl whlph they passt I It U human nature to be willing tp invest a dollars where A return of toI dollars is guaranteed A dollar in vested in good roads will bring such a return but it Is very hard to get the people to think to or rather to get them to consider the question long enough for their mlndu to arrive I tit the conclusion Prof Ellis Elected Pro Clms II HlllH of Ohio conn Iv hall Ivn rlrctrd jiTlnclpnl ol the 1 In weMVtllo trllltt1Irhool after a contest lasting stveril wtetsr There were two factions In the school one of which was for Prof Oroves who theIwho was denied a certificate by the Indiana Board of Education Prof Ellis was the compromise candidate lie taught at Greenville laytyear and is one of Prof Wayland Alexanders students which was greatly in his favor Inquire Whooping Cough A woman who has had experience with this disease tells how to prevcpt any dangerousconsequences from itt She says Our three children tok I whoaping cough last summer our baby boy being only tluee months old and owing to our giving them Chamberlains CoughRemedy they I 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 Imtily for cough syrup between whoops Jessie Pin key Hall Springville Ala This Remedy is for sale by all druggist m I I I The Volcnuon itenilly work tram ItirPnllnl Inmpell in Sup Neetencllnn 01 Ml IMorreV by hot Charles Morris 11 H Itt Intensely Interesting book eterpak Ikhed Complete thrilling and neeurate account ot greatest dbmster that ever brMI the bamon tiMw girater cern than 1omiwll TrIU how U rtlulinr on otlh luoit lAnutllul 1Iadlat- be world won inililtQl tranvforiaed Into a vrr tlbU Ml About COO 1Iroo1T Illaitnitxt with Ibotwnpha taLon Iwand nltrr ilUiw lr 1rttrllcalljr only Unrtlnqn llook la Ibo flrlil tor rTrrjrnn now IniUU on having Iru t MorrU hook nod no ether llmt nnlburtnrtnt book brat illustrated cltDtlOcollr lururntr trlrt HM Aicrnm Uniilril Enormous liroltti fur tboM who act ijnlrkljr Most llbrral trrmci Oatnt IMMKDUTKIY and brut work The chants ol a Illetlmt for making monty lark A ln8 4th lit rhlUdrlphla fn t Clt MFKOPT I nWITTTAIJIAni by blo son Her Frank heWitt Talmax aad aiwodat vdltor ul ChrUtlan Herald Only book endorned by Tnlmag family Enormous profit for agents who act quickly Outfit ten cent Write Immo tllately to vIAiti A CU 223 N lilt fit l iillnilelptilnra Mention this paiwr Tn LH L Railway IJJENDEnSON ROUTE largo excursion AuguetInew Nothing like it has ever come to Kentucky For twelve days the very beat and most attractive Chautauqua features are to be placed in the beau tiful Seven Hills Park near Owens byIthis popular line of railway Every good taste has been catered to There will be popular lectures by Gen Our don Gen Wheeler Dr MacArthur Gov Bob Taylor W H Sears Mrs Rorer of the Ladies Home Journal Misa Ellen M Stone the ransomed missionary Lieut Hobson Dr John MacNeil the Scottish Spurgeon and scores of others and every day and every evening will be given a series of the most delightful entertainments consisting of everything from slicht ofhand and jugglery to ihe highest class of popular music and moving pictures Farmers and their families will be especially interested in the corning of John M Stahl Secretary of the Na tional Farmers Congres and every evening a great pyrotechnic display will be given by LaRofes electric fountain tw feet larger limn the one hown at the Worlds Fair Remember that the Henderson Route the most popular passenger line in Kentucky will give you full ami complete information about the additional features of this assembly through any of their agents or you can write to Ihe Superintendent of the Chautauqua W G Archer Ow eusboro Ky and he will send you a special booklet containing full in formal iou as to camping and living prigilegcs and the complete progtam IsJ Irwin G P A BICYCLES BELOW COST hl hradauaantod 1BO2 MODELS thn 5000 15factories0115 a 11S1full detailed enccillcatlons scntrceto any addreas SHIP ON APPROVAl to anyone In U s or Canada without a cent in advance and allow w BAYS FREE TRIAL Yaffil no risk la ordering from us aq do not need to s cent 1tho bicycle docs not suit you 50O SECONDHAND WJiEELS I taken In trade by onr Chle a8nog tihoERlIre model blcycio In your pare can ISO a week u a beel Lutorlda tor Clune WE WAIfS S Yeliablo nereon In rica W1II11wusmuuc UU1 foe a today trio cltalogue end our ipeeiM oT- oiJILIIMADOYCLE I CO ChicKO III Look at the Daft cit 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ertialaa prattle Oak uptalr Irian block J sR WEDDING ATTORNEY and CUUSLLOR at UW HARTFORD KY ronrisotOhiop nl lruiapt attention glvn to all tnstniwa MtrasUd to kin Ode lnUrcillciiiliall lla R B WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prattle his profnulon In thntnUbIQIand aiUolslajt counties Also U U IIKAVIIIN KIINEHT WOODWARD IIEAVRINWOODWARD Ctt I CI HiBTrunn Kr ourlIelal Atleotlon given frlmlanl practlr nnd roller V lions Offlc out door to Stank of Hartford f 1 q WH BARN- ESAttorneya LawAND COUNTY ATTOIINKV- HARTrnmnlKr Will prnetlr his pfofnilon In all thitourtant Ohio and adjoining eonntles nnd In the Court u- rjupeahi Strict attention will be gIven to all buslnem entrusted to hIs raiv Culleetlous a specialty Offle In uLourI Thos F JohnsonKnlpinr Springs Ky Notary Public and Auctioneer Will writ and attest deeds etintraets wills solicItedCharge IEXPERIENCE TRAa MARK ICOSVRIGWTE eTAura tending a sketch and disruption ma allLsent free Oldest agency tee eorlnxpaUnls 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