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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l4 J V THEt HAWTFOTh REPUBLICAN r C- cj Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFJCIUUUH OFTBE PUTYJII CONDaESSlONALDJSTICr Subscription j a year i VOL n XIV HARTFORD JCYlDAY MINE 6 1902 N o46 t I THE HOME GOLD CUREI An Inifenlous Treatment by Whic I Drunkards are Being Cured Dally In SpUD of Thompnlvee INoNoxious Doses No WoakonlriB of Nerves A Pleasant and Posit tlvo Cure for the Liquor Habit It III now generally nncternlooil that Drunknea in II liietme nntl not f weakness A body filled with poison anti nerves completely shattered by 11rlolhcalor constant use ol intnx trqnlres an antidote uadieaIIC lor I t niay now cure themselves at home without publicity or losscf time Ironi business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perftcted Mter many yearn of close tudy and treatment of inebriates The faith hit usr according to direction of this wonderful discovery Iii positively guaranteed to cure the wild obstinate1 CaCj no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous traiftformatioa ol thousands of Drunk ards into sober industrious and up b right m n- Wives cure your husbands II CfalU dren cure your fntheinl I This rem- edyI in In no nense a nostrum but III a tpicific for this disease only and is co skillfully devised and prepared t that it in thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that It can hr piven in a cup of tea or entire with ont the knowledge of the person talc Ing It Thousands ofdrunkards hnve cute themselves with this priceless remedy and as rosuy mure have fen cured and made men by having the Cure administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge In entire or tea And liellevc today that discontinued drinking of their own Iree will Do tint wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and letdlnc Improvement Drive mat the disease at once and lor Ill time The The Home Gold Cure H sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus piscine within reach ol everybody n treat ment more eflectunl than others cot log S26 to 50 Pull directions ac company each package Special ad vice by lledphyslclans when re qnented without extra charge Sent prepaid to Any part nf the world on receipt ol one dollar Address tept I Hdwln n Giles I nnd 2332 Market tieet Philadelphia All correspondents strictly confid entlal r T 4 Afoat The Word Kanaahas Can more mlWbf rail road than New Vork I An average ol twenty tonaof oil Is rendeted front K Urge whale JCIJJon xUnItUlllbeIJ 4rny neverbe relighted in an Austnln royal palace No fewer than 61 rrrcentnfOermn students are hortsl hted8talei Pipf Chon ol flreslau China has decided to establish a general jw tfllce nnd turn over the administration of itNsfo the marine cuitonis service under Sir Robert Hart Sedeni lait census recotds the lowest death rte yet attained by a clvllltd nxtoft Duriug the last ten years It only nveraged 1649 per i ood One result of the recent explosions ol nitroglycerine Ardeer Ayrshire was the breaking II 300 eggs In a shop at 0 rvlne a tnlic and a quarter away The yearly Interest upon Prance debt Is equal to 4 21 for every man woman and child in Prance as com pared with a yearly chargeof 44 cents per capita In this country Practicalmeasures arc now in progress with a view to exploiting the various coal fields existing In Egypt and elsewhere on the direct eastern routeThe Egyptian Government has granted concessions lot this pur I paac to Edward Nichols an Eng lishman Heat front cold water seema fabu 4lotta1 but it Is an established fact The water is decomposed by elec trlcity Into Its constituent gases hydrogen and oxygen When these gases are reunited the act ol combina lion causes the evolution of Intense heat The wellknown limelight Is I nn example oHMs Our President and Our New Possessfons The speech made yesterday at Ar lington by President Roosevelt is tile expression ol a national purpose expounded a by President McKinley in his last nnr tnT message to Congress the diflererice being primarily that President J KlnJey reported to Con gress on the work done by the army nod President Roptevelt reported to the people on the formal accusations s madeagalnst that army by the lenders of the opposition in the country Peace and freedom were what Presi I dent McKinley promised to the Phil ippines eighteen months ago peace I and Iretdotu are what President Roosevelt tells the pople the army has established in the Philippines to dy r Peace first then orderjrtben lieuis dom A s to Independence FOtntthlng for the future the distant a future to determine The President said tButour armlet do more than bring I peace do more than firing order Thiybrin Jreedoui i Remember at ways thaljtie lndepenilente pljIl trite f lit community raayVnif often does 11 I L r have nothing whatever to do with the freedom of the individual In that trjbe Ihor community There are now in Asia and Africa scores of despotic monarchies each of which Is Inde ispendentthere the slightest vestige ol freedom for the Individual man Scant Indeed Is the gain to mankind front the In dependence ol a bloodstained tyrant who rules over abject and brutalizedj staves nut great is the gain tojin manity which follows the steady though slow Introduction of tbeordrly liberty the lawabldlng freedom of the individual which Is the only sure foundation upon which national lode pendence can be built Wherever iiI the Philippines the insurrection been deli nltely and finally put d w- njhejhe individual Filipino already enfbys mh7reedeaifMC liberty under our ruleal he could never1 even drew oi under the rule of aa Independent Agulnatdlan oligar chy The work begun by the navy under Dewey has been continued by tfie army by the schoolmaster and by the exponents of civil government It will be cUlled on by the directionr ol Congress through the people until all the world Including even the croakers at home will hour or the American name and praise the men who have been the instruments 01 the pcoplewihiLouisviiie Post Fact And Fiction A rose for the living Is better than a boquet for the dead Prayers are usually thin alter being shamed through a mortgaged Church roof The soft touch of a babys fingers makes a man feel Just a little nearer heavenSome young men are BO smart that they discover God is a myth long before they discover what they were created for When your hear a girl saying she Is going to be an old maid you may ex pect to see hername hyphenated with another in the local paper before the season ends- Attending tile church with the tall et speredxs no t Insure close stand tag to the thone Time spent In bemoaning the tail ure of yesterday will not Insure the success rf tomarrow If politics is a diaty business Itra because so many men thlnjrthey are too posd to engage In It The man who carefully look alter the comfort ol his family is sure to take good care of his horse A great many men Who express a willingness to tlc for the old flag always let their wives carry In the coal In many Instances ittarks ofcholera morbns terminate fataly before medi cine can be procured or a physician summoned The safe way la to keep at band a reliable medicine for use In such cases For this purpose there is nothing ao sure at Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme dy W 1t Bosworth of LsPayelte Ala nays In June ipio 1111i a serious attack of cholera morbns and one dose of Chamberlains Colic Chol cia and Diarrhoea Remedy gave me relje in fifteen minujes For sale by M iiruggl9ts mI OJaMfXOXIX BMrIth 1MIdThHiiAtsiiBI tfuttr 1M4 lAHorrible Affair A special from Huntsville Ala to the Birmingham News says News reached Huntsvllle lt night ol a terrible outrage committed upon Tom Harlecs a white farmer who lives on the Essllnger place near Berkley Hatless had been plowing and was eating lila dinner at a spring on the place when he was confronted by two strange men wjth pistols whp demanded that he throw up hla hands The farmers pockets were then rifled ofwhat money he bad 4and Ute robbers then backed him up against a tree The loose folds ot flesh on each side were pulled out and nailed to the tree with nails Ills hands were stretched above his head and nailed to the tree and in this condition the man remained until dark when he was rescued by a farm hand Noth lag like this case has ever been heard of In Madison county before lIar less was literally crncGedand his snf ferlngs while nailed to the tree were almost unendurable Ills bands are rulped and be will probably uot be able to work in several months Mys Family Doctor Blue Island III Jan 14 1901- Messrs JJIy flroaI have used your Cream Balniiln rny family tor nine years and It lisa become my family dotor lor col a In the beada I use it Ireely on myjchlldren tSoiaend to children as they ore tfdu bled more or less Yours respecting J KImball Judge for your lf A trial alze can beli5dfOrthe small sunTodd cts Supplied by druggists or mailed by WamlljStNewYork 1 o s aa r I HOBO DOM rTile Real lipto What He is and How lie Lives Two further facts about tIne hobo niay serve to dispel A popular error First he Is wlhlu certain bound a patron of literature There are very many exceptions to the general rule of illiteracy Second he spends a very respectable amount pf hla tiae In the use of water soap and towels Aside from the question ol special fit ness a man is the creature of his op pprtunities and this truth in its scope runs to the last farreaches of Hobo dora The dweller in this realm when in the harness obtains but a HgktacqMlaianeewltb IeurJm- atwork ijp rfeeiTtrI fhe on aa average ea hoar aday he must have more than eight hours sleep It Is true that even this schedule leaves him a few hours to himself on working days J nt the fact remains that through fatigue and lack of tacit Ides for the appointments of a rail orOld camp are few and extremely rough he Is unable to utilize his spare time to the best advantage After supper most ot the men retire to the bunktents to He on their beds and smoke and talk Some play cards others disposed to be exclu comIbooks and belated newspapers by tine flickering light of n candle fastened at the head ol the bunk Sunday of course la the hobos day of freedom anti he apptopriates the time to avocation ol his own Inclination He bathes shaves oils his shoes bolls his underclothes sews on buttons takes stitches where needed gossips writes letters to absent partners sad red As may be supposed trashy novels predominate among the books of the holos selection However as a counterbalance totheraes which altogether trivial and volatile he areI ishea the polemics of the famous ag j noetic being especially effected by their sensationalism and eloquence On his tramps from camp to camp the hobo addicted to reading burdens himself with a volume or two which when he has finished he exchanges with fellowtravellers oi similar pro pensity A box of old magazines pro vldedby One contractor foe tbeuseot- his employees proved to be greatly appreciated by the men the demand for the periodicals being quite extensive and constant The amount ot general information thus acquired by the reading hobo would surprise those gentle personages of glorious opportunities and cultivation who look upon him san outlandish clod like piece of humanity The exis tence ofa world more polite than he has ever seen the developments of popular science inventions and events of national Importance the recurring crises in European diplomacy all these chiefly through the medium of the newspapers he is aware of and can discuss with a readiness which would do credit to an even more alert mind By Charles Ely Adams In the June Forum p At a recent dinner of Civil War vet trans some things were said about the many organizations of veterans of the Spanish War An old man with one leg told this dory which be teemed to think was sppropos in some way James Smith who did good service in the Johnstown flood was give ing his pedigree toSt Peter prior to his admittance to heaven There artfmaby James Smiths said St Therehave been times when the wild bcaits mayo been aton- emerciful human JstonlshIng being and Ttllantit woman j for women In sees the maid with the signs of suffering she recognizes so welt but it does not lighten the sick girlllqadbytouch of lien finger store see the pallor and exhaustion which mark womanly weakness but allows nothing for them It is work or Doctor lierces Favorite Prescription make weak xtotacu strong welt l the womanly disease which undermine thf health and the strength Favorite Pre acriptloneltAblbbeartgtlarlIY dries and ulceratlonasc1cureafemalo weak ness Wtwri I lint rommcatedaalaiDr Wcree1 BKdldntio 1OfI of Cuticnort Stntogm Co N V I wu tuffer frwa fcmaU weakn nadLuirtraMe txarinedown pIewssk and tired Ungiti the Ume dnmd around la hat way for two tlwn r aegis IaltlqJllr mcUldnt After Grtbe ant Wgsa to rdtttur I took Veer boOn of Of PUrct Faror tie FrrIptMi two 01 Goldca Medical DuC- DfUY one 01 the PitaMni Psthta atia- eeO ooo bottle of Or egs Cunb Keraed Slow 1 fist Uke new Kimm leant thank you tnotuh foe your kind and Ihi good your tbdn4 Favorite Prescription makes weak woolen strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which w wonders for weak women Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets aW the most desirable laxative for dclieats woeian I L L Peter You had better ipdpl Or yourself in jIomew Well twthe betppj M town OOOlIaall1 Jai rVery good iwld St lel r A few days hater James SmlthSj approacled StiPeter ebeeil Ing folks wkD I awjhe sajuh a every Lint that Lveentioncu I was the hero of the Johnstow a little weezeued up Old fellow- up and said ok Iielll Every crowd that gathered to bear meti the story of the Johdstown flood tha little old fellow poked hula way lnan when I got through said oh he Who Is that little weazened upbljt cuss that says oh hell every lintel say Im the hem of the Johnstow j flood It Tiratai1d 8tJMUS14II- Landhhthat JIs old NoahNew York livening Sun Parade In New York New York May 30 Decoration day was observed with impressive solemnity in this1ty Crowds at tended all the lixerclses the weather being fine There was an impressive of G AR posts National Guard reg- Iments United States regular troops and bluejackets and marines moat the navy yard The parade was re viewed by Lieut Gen Mllesj Rear Admiral Barker Acting Governor Nixon Mayor IowGen Howard and Gen Brook A soldiers nnd sailors monunient said to be one of tile costliest ol the kind in the world was unveiled lit parndeIMeraoral services were held In the afternoon at Grants tomb In the presence af 5000 people Judge Thomas G Jones of the United States Dis trict Court ofAlabama was Introduced and delivered the oration In his tribute to Gen Grant Judge Jones said in part This honr is one of indescribable moral grandeur When but a beard less youth I drank the cup of defeat at Appomattox and wusof those allow ed to return to his home not to be disturbed by the United States au thoritles so long as they observed their parole and the laws in force where they resided Prom that day to this there never has been an lour when I would willingly omit an opportunity to do honor to the memory of the ImJt1rtAlwho Jorebpre to d- dt the burden of our sorrows then No true soldier can deny to the il lustrious men whos mortal remains lie here the possession ofahl the qualities of a great commander The man who died at Mt McGregor was never envi ous of the Captain who won battle for him and be sustained them loyally In the field No ignoble emotions came to him in the hour of triumph He did not take time alter the collapse at the little Virglola village to pass through Richmond the prize for which armies had so long contended but hurried direct to Washington to begin the disbandment ot the army He was called to the highest civic rank on eaith The gaze ol the world beat in upon him there and found no stain President Rcosevelt sent a wreath of roses and the Chinese Minister Wu Ting Fang a bed o roses there are more sufferers from con stipation than front any other enemy of our race there is a lout train of annoying ills as a direct rejultJand there is nothing fo effective in lta treatment as Ramons Llvtr Pills and Tonic Pellets ascts sample free m He Never AgajftStopped Ills Paper Once upon Vtinie a man got mad at the edltbrandstopped his paper The next week be sod his piper The next wcekhesold ittCOtfl Sour cents below the market price Then his property was sold axes because be didnt readthe trie treasurers sale He was arrested nrTd fined fS for going hunting on Sunday simply because hedldnt know It was Sun day and paid 300 fof a lot ot forged notes that had been advertised two weeks and the public cautoned not to negotiate them He then paid a big Irishman wfth a foot like a tong ed hummer to kick hiuahl the way to the newspaper tffice when he pald I four years in abvance and made the editor sign an agreement to knnck him down and rob him if Jie ever or dered his paper stopped BgalnlIx cnange t v A TtirHUrig Experience TDA SprfnlieU Kew Lesder says John Applegate familiarly known as Mover the night watchman pi thatjI before he time for tbe train to move out the other Corning It seems that I the starting lever or some part of the engine had not been working very Emoathly and that morning after Ap concludI erytosee hail went well He cut the engine loose fom the train and opened the throttle and all went well rather too welt foncqmfort The toI Itr pulling frantically at tire lever a vain endeavor to stop her but tnethlng had gone wrong and old lilpearedtoveaded for Louisville ahead of schcd C time After a wild ride ol abont ree miles however Jibe engine was ippcd and brought tack lo the sta in lot her foul t Senator Vests Contribution to rIIfstoty The lIon George Granam Vest his bena member of the United States aate Aa long that moat peopli had forgotten his counectloa with the Senate of the ConfederateStatea Mr I Vifttremltided the country bl It recent i 4 when hrose to correct a state t about the hltOrlcr conference in iiamptori Roads in 1864 bctwejn President Lincoln and Alexander Stephens Vice President of the con federate government R M T hue terJaadMr Campbell Mr Stephens ana his associates came tothe confer etide with the Idea that some adVan tate for thtlrfeoyernment might be obinlned form it Gettysburg the ye1 r before had really decided the is sqeoftbewar but the Confederate representatives had built their hopes oMhe fiction that tIne North was weiry of the struggle and might even grant the South independence to end itMr Tillman In a speech in the Senatcitecently hail repeated the old story that at the Hampton Roads ccn lernce AIr Lincoln wrote tbe words Sive the Union on a blank sheet of paper and told the Southern com missioners to fill In their own condi tion oi pence Senator Vest said that MK Henry Watterson whp passes for a war historian lund made use of tire same rumor iu one of his lectures But Mr Vest while not preaent at the conference knew that Mr Lincoln had done nothing of the sort floUt Mr Stephens and Mr Hunter bad told the Senator just wdht tad occurred Mr Hunter an nouncedtbat he and his associate were instructed to consider no pro position that did not involve the in dependence ol the Confederate States whereupon Eresldont Lincoln said the conference might as well terminate at once for but abtolute and nn coirditional surrender would be accept elf from what he called itheRIch Daood government As Alexander Stefiliena passed oufOliJ Abe ssidta him according to Senator Vest Steph ens you are making a great mistake Ypur government is a failure and when the crash conies as it soon must core there will be chaos and disasters which we cannot now foresee come to your people Senator Vests version has the ear marks oi truth It glvrs us Lincoln as we know him resolute firm tol erant and kindly It was the same Lincoln who said of the war In his second inaugural address Yet if God wills that it continue until the wealth piled by the bondmans 250 years of unrequited toil shall be sunk and until every drop ol blood drawn with the lash shall be paid by another drawn by the sword as was said 3 opp years ago so still it must be said The judgments of the Lord are true and rlghtions altogetherSuch a man never had it In his soul to let the South make terms of peace which should de cfde the fate of the bondman and might lay the train for a future ex ptoslon Therei a pathos in Sena tor Vests reflection that in a very short time he will join the inajonity- iti it suggests to survivors of tie war period that unless they add their re collections to the general fund of in formation history will be written Wrong No mans contribution is too insignificant to be useful New York Evening Sun Let onr ladyfriends read this ex pression of appreciation Stain Mrs Lula Frady of Uree NC I am void ol words to adiquately express mjr appreciation jot Ramons Liver villa and Tonic Pellets I was a great cufferer when I began the ust of this Treatment They have completely changed my life Stain one of suffering to healthful enjoyment 01 CASTORIAror Infants and Children The KM You Have Always Bought IDearsthe Signature of Ca7 U4t TroubloIyour bertanC Cholera and Diarrhoea Rtiutdy It Js almost certain to be needed before the summer is over and if procured now may save you a trip to t wi lathe night or in your bus lest season It is everywhere admitted to te the most successlul medicine In w rbwer ompliua both for childlrea nd adults iJpYamlly can afford1ie wltbontlt For sale b- yait4ngistI urn v- I i Gave ijUp Aiyoung woman of twentyeight uponreturning homealter albng a- bsreeted by herod maiuray t TheHome ofPetitna I As f well known prRajrfmsn Is till president of the Ilartsaan alilurl an instItution whi b hu a department devoted excl llvely u the treatajnt of female dUealci ne ithus brought to see thousand of such cuss every year the mod of THE GREATEST OF I whom return A7JLIY A 0 I totheirhomes atCIISANITARIUMS pondoBc Tho principal remedy irs relies upoata such cues Is Forums which erejy 1111iJonalec In view of the great maltltad of women suffering from Some kind of femal dicac and yet tin bU to find any cure Dr Hartmao Ute reapwaeJl gynsjcologut itu announced wfl lingncM to direct lbs treatment of M many C NII maymakoapplfeatton t him during the aunumar months with out chug The treatment will bi condnctcd by correspondence Tin doctorWUlj eerlbo all medicines applloatkmf by glonle and dietary regulation neei- ury to complete apere The medlciac dnctoreiTilttbe summer mOnths Any woman ed became a regular patient by ceadlac a written statement of her agog condition of life history aad ymptoatof hoed raniemeai All CMC of female dkeate IncImJlHg mcatraal lnrefBUrlH dtplaeemeiiter nlceratlon jlnfliHiraiUoni dischtrgiw elAu 1 drepy of th alxomenrhoaltl Ypplylit baeo and become registered u regular with An suo Miss Caroline yer aint married yill No mammy and Iveabout given upall hope Well honey its powerful comfor tin when ye eases to struggle but it will be mighty disappntin to yer mawJnne Llpplncotfs Msgazene Read I tin His Newspaper Jeorge Schanb awell known Get man citizen of New Lebanon Ohio is a constant reader of the DaytonVolks zeltnng He knows that this paper alms lo advertise on ly the best In its columns and when he saw Chamber lains PalnBalm advertised therein for lame back he did not hesitate in buy ing a bottle of it for his wife who lot eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief He says After using the Pain Batu for a few days my wife said to me T feel as though burn anew and before using the en tire contents of the bottle the unbeara ble paths had entirely vanished and she could again take up her household duties He Is very thankful and hopes that alt suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful recovery This valuable liniment is for aale by all diuggltts m Iop OonntlpaUon Take Lron1 Laxative Syrup I If you dont lite II better than any UuutlTe you have erer Died yutudruggli4 wlO refund ttwnroney irtce56c THENEWYQRKWORLDTbriceaWeek Al most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly Th Imlikntlal campaign U orer but tbe world KOH on JoiUtb sam sad It It fill oleiwe- To Imra this aew feat u It U prumtitlj aid Impartially all thatjoo bays to do l to look In tIueoluimia of Tt TbrlnaWwk EditiOn uS the New York World which COIOM to thi auth xrlber ItS time car pablIberotIran the KoRlUb lADgnag U pokenad fUlwant It TbThnleiaWeek World rrgutlar nlHotTlp tlon price U only 1100 rwr y- aneqaalfd Ws offer thu neiripoper and TIll RtrDiucix to pettier onar for IAO TclfQlaronbtlpUoD pile oilll two pa pro U 1100 p My little son had an attack of whooping couph and was threatened with pneumonia but for Chamber lains Cough Remedy we would have had a serious time oi It It also awed hint from several severe attacks ofcroupH J Strickfaden editor WorldHerald Fair Haven Wash For sale by all druggists m I v Keep It i21f Home And when the bowel fait tqact properly take a dose of Lxs LAXATIVB SVROF U acts gently but efTectuaUrbn I the kidneys liver and bowels will keep j your system in good working order and I make your complexion clear For sale byj Thos Allen RoslneKy J L L Jjl lIit sthkari f- iczbuiS T t IqUI0 I patients All eerreajfiiMM wHlllil BUM trkily eoMdfaU K tetUrieii Jala of cure wlkt be jivea to the yibUo I exUfl by t express wi eeaa patieot NaJmowJbeiter Pr Nail raaa how fleJdli woauaesftrwltbGdiseases peculiar to knows bitter tiihe deesbow BUB i fJ- ettJaem auifr with eavdtea Ja MIMI 1 he f Hyr ntu jtA o teai C iMSyj r Ialat t- our7r m AWeea to tIMI avopal years with a ekrmlaJea U a I DIIIAS aial1y aUPImJWJtfO 1MEMAL Lsued theWtSifl sjetam atIrpyafeMa aid xesaedy after gtfa tJiTH msateefaita of ftf- in erdir I get ui MhI fajny l- pbyAielaaa I bopeneelsthe news that Dir Baflaaab woi34treiI such eases free frC1t1il 4ir laamedlatelr wrote the doctor dee lt IES her we sad tlTtaK lita all ur aymptuear SIte s received a MM tr JI18e1 xsity whit to do UIiI a uat ee medietaes aatf aiiSei to get tk tfce began the tieataMttttI1pi Ji Uir u- uuina I al enesaed le- sB 1 tow week wflailtiegaand able to do her owp work L Another woman who meftt eruaa ithout becoming one of nrtmaas regular pa J OFTUmOOOloUowSue perlenoe 1a Ida LASTYEAL reen wrItes m l oMflsldwlnvllloOaifr jSrtiindhaysena1lng4oaturedicine that non did me slseod Bitty diy H wu t VII alwaytilck I M temt tie CM ebtttea to gM up iaif t ke any etenmedklae t wui tIE Itxtted tee ttwoycars Jttttbetortlbegta tikerwaa I warveiwqk htkfeiJwtt bHhu andomsllpated 4 IMdpsInaisrmybckindtd aad flIag6f Ae wmb wltii bewjay down palatfOne day will reM J my new paper ream across aI ad read of the tk for woeaOdt41eduU051G45nd raateW I am now thoroughly cure- dlSIDAOItEEN JremoaaWuJJII Perutrnsnetoalycare4 jae of female anyWiM1lloeEaarkAve hoew my family need BO doctor Mrsreea XeUer Sen4 Ie Seas benWedR- dewt Alaru Br flsitaia Ilimb Ohio Our Yotillg Cofitest l GIVEN AWAY FREE Wo are going to give a IjADIES GOLD WAyttH guar anteed for twenty years Elgin Movement to tho mpstipbpu lar Lady Teacher in Ohio Bounty Also an At BUGGY to the mstpopular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County The patrons of TI E RpPUtiLicAjr shall detcr1inoho Con test in tho manner following For each 25c sCWMd on subscriptibn to Tun BEI UMCAN ho shall Q 1 to cast ono vote for a Lady aid onO for a GentlemanIriaclier Arrearages a vaiices and now subscriptions all count alike Cut out the coupon below fill in the name of tho Lady and Gentleman for whom you want to vote and mark the num ber of votes you are entiled to in plain figures oil tho Coupon and send it to this paper rite contest wilibo in care of a committee to bo appointed by tho County Superin tendent The ballots will be opened and counted by tho committee and the property transferred to tho winners on tho first day of the ohio County Teachers Institute which will bo hold tho first or second wok in October l cowq1Votes for Mis i as tho most Popular Lady Teacher in Oho County J Vows for Mr vrf hy- as tho most pulnrJGenUellUl TcafihoririQlnfcGotinty 1 t c 1 V Signed y Svf 1 S ri SJ 0Ha COWlS SMJHxxwrwc3DqX2Handles tho BEST aid PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W8 Sjlpno and Old International f specialties BOck Beer Bock BeerJ S k l t sCLLISt e l 1 1ii 1 J i5i I lHartford Republican that 1 f liitif FtUtut tv IhtHattfentfub Coo opoMr1I wilid nl ftdatlJrtfMdmstolfKSiss ttnUcUsmailiiutler the ally tJCC rnbd year r uh t 1v r7 == with JOHN IIE4lIY TI1432t4EuIIor year J FRIDAY JUNE 6 the L until r ttclMENI W 1 dative For AiprIIiiI Judge thurlt4U t mnuoniico JIIDCIK Hi U I JUKFV iii e runilldau for refl lloii to the Fast tttkIfJudgul the AppqIetS Con it lDtbS South imif JodlHal ilrnl t u etlO the notion of the llrimbllran inrtj For Clreolt dlfllI yeall nnthortind to nnnoanc W T OWES ncans oIHoTlf utta ft cnnilldiU fur art lt Jndgt In the Btxth Judicial IItzictPubccttotLe- Uon ray at ot the Democrktle pert hens WTIAT is the matter with M L ind Ifeayrinand R W Slack ior Circuit he J dge Commonwealths Attor footed n yf We arc not particular which tion runs for which FUNNY sure but the first votes caiHn our voting contest was four votes for a married man and the eamo number for an old maid Of course Gates ifaia a soured old bach lorwho did phone tnovoting JOT us have some shorL licauon from teachers leltenLori ptttingtheir favorites in to teTotedforin our prize contest Beginning with our first July issue each weTsball publish each week the stand lug ot the candidates WE feel no great interest in the Democratic nomination for Circuit nie Judge nor do the Democrats then girls selves The general opinion among Democrats is that Judge Owen will win at about the Bryan ratio This laud of course accounts for the lack of in t rest among the Democratsas NATOLEAN BONAPARTE said that had thVRoman Empire built the Appian Waya broad broken stone roadway ville across the empirea century earlier and Rqman Emperors might yet be die tating the policy of all Europe Such of Wars opinion was the great Master of the value of good roadsM COL E H TAYLOR a wellknown Frankfort politician has announced We his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Goernor Col Tay lor is also a wellknown distiller and if booze counts among Democrats all one over the State like it does among Ohio county Democrats it is within the ability of the gentleman to win THE election of Chief Justice B L D GoBy to succeed himself as a mem ber of the Appellate Court is of the utmost importance to the whole peo pie of the district Judge Guffy Is one of the few men able to rise abso lutely above personal and political for feelings and do his duty without regard to consequences to himself or leIs to his party Even Judge Guflys enemies will say nothing against his personal or political character that would disqualify him for the lull confidence of the people TUE Kentucky Press Association meets at Oweosboro July 7 and 8 and will go from that city North toh the Great Lakes for an outing The editor of THE REPUBLICAN is going on the trip with the press gang if our delinquent subscribers will pay up their subscription accounts before the press meeting The railway and nav igation companies will provide free transportation lot the editors and it is only a queitionol a cot and three daily hashes between us and a de at lightful trip to the North Send a check or bring us the cash andC well drop into the office of that fun ny paper at DetroitThe Free and tell the funny editor what funny joke you played on us Well pack our grip while you bring in the cash BRITISH arms have triumphed in the Transvaal and the Boer Republic is no more The Justice of Great Britains War on the Dutch Republic can never be determined by news paper controversies and we do not care to indulge in it but since popu lar opinion in this country has been formed chiefly by an abstract scouI meiit of sympathy for a small Repub lic we care to pay that Great was confronted with a problem band she proceeded to solve much as any other great and strong country wloldt have done under similar circum stances British subjects owned twot thirds of the wealth of the Republic but were not allowed a voice in leed government of the country and tho situation was aggravated by the incapacity of the Boers to govern Brit ish subjects sacrificed millions of dole lars to the incapacity of the Boers to rightly govern their country and finally the British government did what anyother human would have done went to the reicuo of her subjects upon tbe principle which right or wrong will always obtain that the owners ot the wealth of a country are going to govern tLI IT is to be regretted that our citi zensregard money given for building goodroadsonlyaa so much money thrown away If they could be con vinced of tho factund it is a fActI IJH t every iwbllc rfguwAy in the county could be lalddowD with some and tatting road material and people collectively and Individu be richer by it at the end of ten loadmaking would find favorva llib1 peojilc It would not be practical to build all of1 our roads in a but the work should begin with chIef thoroughfares and kept up tho whole system was covered hli- If our Fiscal Court will take the inl public sentiment can be stim Jtc- ulatedto build a good roadway Iron to West and from NoInto through tbe county Local interest would then stimulate corn nuniiiea ofl of these roads to dev lle to get to themalldlD this iuitber the education of our cil in roadmaking A county or Vti janization of our progressive farmers business men who have studied value of good roads should be ef for the purpose of the educa of of pur citizens upon the question 1- 1of good roads Who will take the nitiative TilE TELEPHONE GIRLrJ IF wo were keeper of the Celestial wo should admit alf tbe tele exchange girls first Ourpar tidily for tho telephone gir1a1rcaul- thiefjy4rom the kind obliging and she 8ervic Miss Minnie Mc boW charge of the Home- chaogohere From years ciui to rears end she responds hello to of a thousand rings daily as Viccrluly as if she bad been waiting iours for a call and welcomed it to relieve a monotonous stillness While wo should admit Mies MinUI first there are other telephone for whose cheerful service we are personally indebted Miss Besaie Morton who operates the Cumber Exchange here has earned the in gratitude of the patrons ol popular lino by her faithful ef In ficient and untiring service Miss Bessie Welborn of the Forth Exchange is punctual pleasant polite and merits tbeP goodwill of those she ICtvestlIf we were at that Gate we should have the telephone girls of at least Mexico and Mobile to give precedence to the day operator of the Harruon Exchange at Oweuaboro do not know the young lady name but we do know that she an ewers the caller with a rich sweet musical alright that almost tempts to bore his friends with useless calls WILLIAMS MINES June 5Mr Guy Steltler has moved to Taylor Mines Mias Ethel Thorpe is hsltlng1Jts8I Annie Hocker at Goshen Mrs M D Hammers and Miss Lucy Hooper of Ecbols visited friends and relatives here Monday Mrs Andrew Thorpe left Sunday Owcnsboro Born to the wife of Mr Newt DanI a girl Mr WT Ingram will move his family to Beaver Dam this week Mr Harry Barn rd of Taylor Mines has moved to our town Mrs E T Cooper has gone for n two weeks visit to her mother at Owcnsboro Mr George Smith of Taylor Mines moved here Mr Frank Crane and Miss Molllc Craddock will be married Wednesday night at the home of the brides par ents Miss Ora Millard was in town Tues day Miss Ethel Thorpe was in Hartford Saturday Mr John Wilson is on the sick list this writing sMessrs Virgil Craddock and Frank raue went to Hartford Tuesday on uel ness Mr J S Williams returned Sundaya went to Indianap olis on business this week Mr A Thorpe and sons visited sister MrsR W Hooper at Echola Sunday v Doafnoss Cannot bo Cured by local applications as they reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by inflamed condition of the mucous lin og of the Eustachian Tube When this tube Is inflamed yon have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing when it is entirely closed Deaf ness latheresult and unless the in flammation can be taken out and this ube restored to its normal condition hearing will be dlstroyed forever Inc cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but Inflam condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by halts Catarrh Cure Send fur circulars free F J CHENRY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c ltlians Family Pills lire the best Jefferson County Records The records ofJefferson county in the future will be typewritten with Indelible ink and the latest Improved Elliott Book Typewriters At the April term of the fiscal court jthe county purchased Irons the Elliott Hatch Book Typewriter company machines which have just been Installed in the court house and on which the county records nre now be L niingtwrltten JThls progressive ulotfc Here InsurefjtbAt Ita mlure the records will beSindelible legible and uniform we fromaft economical standpoint ii- also ton means a saving ol 50 psr cent In D spice and storage room on ac ter count of typewriting being more coo at densed thatrpen written records class SMALLHOUSE KYocJune 5 Mr H D Hunt visited family at Beaver Dam Saodaych Mr A M Hunt and Mrs C B attended church at New Hope Sunday About lotuteen couples ofour young had ptople Attended church nf Ccralvo Sunday nice Mr Thomas Hard is very ill ot rheunfailsni iithtshome Mr llenv flirt ll quite rfMc Mr and Mr Ho1 Heimetl and sot o1d firi virtling lhir old hue at BMaMTr flI Mrs Alvi Callnwliy IInrItt laihlir MiivV visltul tin lam II Mr Tutu Altai shear Ceinvo Fun t Paul M DMnVox Mat lime Stain Imvinir cloeJ his school Uy rt West ProvldTce Mr ihJ MttJiB J S Trunrpll rr turned to their hOI SnMUy loin a lag visit to relatives and friends here Mrs = Harris hs uiurned home from Waltons Creek whets IMS been to se her AAU hter Mrs Srim Billiro who Is sick Mrsrnc PullocV Uvisitlmr her sister MIF Z4l U Luck Mmtaizix who It ill In The above signature lion the r of very bottle of the OWENS PINK MIXTUREthe babyS friend from birth he hu his teeth AU druggists FORDSVILLE KYUJune 5 Mrs J B Rice is still on the sick listslMr H P Taylor of Hartford was town Tuesday Mrj U Renfrew ol Narrows 1Ia town Sunday to visit friends Mrs Helen Walker is In Hartford a this week vltiltlngrelatlvesS Miss Nancy Smith has Accepted IIh as clerk with Quisenberry merchal1tbDr McCarty and Mr I C Adalr went to Hartford Monday Mrs Mike Conniff spent Sunday in Whltesvllle the guest of Mrs Livid CecilMrs Clarence Smith and little daughter Irene of Louisville are vis iting relatives here The storks visited the homes ot Messrs Perry Cooper and Morton Holbrook last week and left weeI girls as permanent visitorsIThe ladles cf the Baptist church gave an ice cream supper in their Sunday School rooms last SaturdayI night and realized quite a nice little sum Dr Ellen Trabur Ryan is in lawnI on her usual professional visitJMr Jesse Harned of the Louis yule Clothing Company has been InI town for several days Mrs Emma Cooper and Miss laKt Smith spent several days in OwenllI boro last week attin Hag the graduating exercises ot the high school Miss Ara Sutton who frequently visits here being a member of the gradual classMonday was election day with our school trustees the following teach ers were elected for the ensuing term Prof Otho Fowler Madlsonvllle a graduate from the National Normal University Lebanon 0 and a stu dent from Yale principal with Messrs Morton Holbrook and Sin Wilson In the intermediate and Miss Hunter preparatory departments The following party spent last week at Mammoth and Collojsal Caves Misses Alma Ford and Jessie Reynolds Prof S G Drushel and Master Wayne Reynolds joined by Mr Lou Rogers of Greensbnrg who was In waiting for the parly at heof cav To those in search of pleasure 1maDd the marvelous we cannot ine anything of more real than a visit to this worlds great wont derthe Mammoth Cave A more graphic account of the Impressions made and cave generally will be placed at the disposal of Tim REPUB LICAN next week lotOf what does a bad taste In mouth remind you It Indicates that your Ftomach is in bad condition and will remind you that there is nothing- ao so good for such a disorder as Cham berlalns Stomach Liver Tablets alter having once used them They cleanse and invigorate the stomach and regulate the bowels For sale at 35 cents per box by all druggists m A Pleasant Trip Donlphan Mo June a 1932 EDITOR REPUBLICAN According to promise I tend a few lines about our trip On the 17th of May Mrs P A Paul and your scribe left McIIeury on the eleven oclock train arrived in Paducah at Here we found the largest ever saw it being the last day of the carnival We were nut at the depot by Mr Sherman Jones and Major Bowman with buggies and carrIed- to Cunningham where we visited slsterllIlrsdrove to Bardwell where we took the train for Cairo We crossed the bridge at Cairo three tulles longand the high trestle which is thirteen miles long At Cairo wet ok the Cotton Belt for Annlston Mo We crossed the Ohio again and the mighty Mississip ptin thetransfer this tlmeWe ar rived at Annlston atfbur oclock a kO foUlitl thb finest corn end wheat cropa lever saw The s6ih took the Iron Mountain at Charier for Dexter where we visited T Patterson and children LtfcDezt the aSth arrived in seven spent the night at the Gib boas House and must say it Is first In every respect At eighttill the 2911 left the Neeleyvlllc Here we made out last took the branch road lor Don lphan and arrived at eleven oclockai worn out by a tnp weeks Out the tight of the two brothers I not seen for twenty years has Im proved my feelings I am having visit regardless cf the low ot IurIi trunk on the way I find the people of Donlphan cal turtd and intelligent and will ever remember with pleasure my vtlt I rrAd our paper here and anx iously await its arrival We loot it until Monday LUK OA 1ctDo ABUM u sjto KM YH Han Alnii BwU 5- 15r 111 ulTUCODamong the Yaqul IndJns Js becoming general A detachment of 73 the men from the fotce of Gen Torres who is pursuing the Yxqnis Inlhe Mnntan Mountains cut of Htrraosll CIIynumber killed Fitly Indians are reo polled killed Win Without Striking ChIcago June 4 Fur the runt time twenty Par the jib printers ot Chicago will have their wages raised simultaneously In alt the jo printing shops in the city Typograplcal No i6to which the men belong always has been averse to and last night succeeded In getting the raise in the wages with out one Over ig 10 men will be beat efited by the raise The printers have been getting 18 week for their work and demanded 19 50 This was given them They had one apprenti to ivfery ten men and the employers have anrlous to cut this down to one lor every five On this point the two parties coub- not agree and the matter will be It ft to arbitration The agitation from increased wages and fewer apprentices began threeI weeks ago and for tile first time in years the word strike was used in the council of the union This was agreed upon II the demands Rerepot acceded to and the proprietors were of tbe fac- tSafeBlowers o Still at Work Paducab Ky June 4 Sifeblpw continue to get In their work ii Southern Illinois and Western Kentucky They cracked a sale In Sam Del Victors store at HamlettsVnrg III and recnred several hundred dol lars making their escape It Is the lonrth sale blown within a month The biggest haul was made last week Lola Ky where 1200 was ss cured at Johnson Bros store New Oil Company Frankfort Ky June 4 Incorpor atlon articles were filed in the office of the Secretary of State today by tbi Empire Oil Company of Barren coon ty It has 15000 capital stock Cow Attacks a Minister- A vicious C3W almost made an end of Rev J H James Mrs Jam went to the lot to milk the animal The cow attacked her and she bareij escaped through the gate MR Jame then went into the lot and the cow attacked him knocking him down and attempted to gore him In thestom ach He was held firmly to the ground between her horns and Would have been seriously Injured and perhaps killed but for the Interfereno Ben Brocking who was Dear lie ran to the assistance of the prostrate man and by beating the covr drove sther away from him Owcnsboro In quirerHow Tour Gain FleshPersons have been known to gain a pound a 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 patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do before and that is the way the gain is made A certain amount of flesh is for health J if you have byilStOllS fmelslon I You will find It lust as uitful In wmmer u In winter and I you are thriving upon It dont slop because the weather U warm csII4n1g1sta IgSCOTT DowEl Oxmlnt Nw Yfrkr = DPOTIN AGENTS FORiettt r I1 UOI1 Office County Court Clerks Office 5 SGROFULAI bequeath to my children Scrofula with all its terrors humiliation anti suffering This Is n strange legacy to leave to posterity n heavy burden to place upon the shoulders of the young Tins treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hinders growth and development of the faculties and the born of blood poison or scrofulatainted parentage- is poorly equipped for lifes duties Scrofula Is a disease with numerous and Varied symptoms enlarged glands or tumors about the neck catarrh of the head weak eyes and dreadful erujtions upon difiercnt parts of the boll show the 3thewhite swelling a pallid waxy appearance of the skin loss of 110 gradual wasting away of the body S S S combines both purifying and tonic properties and is teed entirely vegetable making it the ideal remedy in all affections It purifies the deteriorated blood makes it rich and strong and a complete and permanent cure is soon effected S S es the digestion and mssirailaUoa of foodrestores the lost propertics to the blood and quickens the circulation bringing a healthy Icolor to the akin and vigor to the weak emaciated body Write us about your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise and help you in every way to regain your health Book on blood and kin diseases free TilL SWIll sfxciric CO AsianS Ge SELECT KY Junes Rev Willis filled his reg ipiolnttnent here the fourth Sun ond Sunday School wa organized at church Sundaywith Mr John ed Sliullr Superintendent- Mr Willie ArbncUe mid wile Chi slay for MetheiiirMriMr Atbucklea Mr W C ArbucklevMrs J A Hilton wlo hits been quite fict Is thought to be improv ingMr Chnrlie Mason and wile GraI son county vlMlrd relatives in acd round Seect Saturday and Sunday Mr Harry OBannon is talking of going to NasllUcd Texts the I AThe above signature Ii on wrapper obevery bottle of the grllulnc f1 MIXTURI3the babys from birth- until he has his t clh All druggists 1 1111 Kinds BUilding Material I wish to notify the public that I have pur chased the saw and plan I ling mill of JWFordnear 1 I Rough river bridgeHartj ford and after knewmg ma I chines am prepared to manufacture and furnish the public anything they want in the Building MaIJ terial line I haves I I stock of pine Ceiling and Flooring Doors Sash Columns Screen Doors i Moulding and all kinds of inside finishingsI Custom sawing and planing to order Parties having Walnut Oak Poplar Beech or Gum to sell will find a market by calling onE B Collins or the undersigned lv will give you satisfactory prices in all dealings Give me a call JNO R PHIPPS 9ForSale A farm of 150 acres near Sunny dale Rough river bottom land well Improved Call on or address JAS Wvsouc Snnnydale Ky Liver Pills 1 Thats what thing to cure yourLiiious iness and give a digestion Aycrs Pills arc liver pills cure con and biliousness Gently laxative Aiidrnuu I w ntyoumous1im er boor a buutuul I I brown or rich 1 BUCKINGHAMS DYEMfcJ N 00 N N ISO r GO TO CHINNS SALOON FOR FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES BEER ETC CIGARS AND TOBACCOS Hurdle Rye a Specialty LEE CHINN HARTFORD KY a It strength scrofulous possible done Mass Convention tPursuant to call issued by the Sec Appellate District Republican JCommittee of Kentucky the Repub licans of Ohio county are hereby call to meet In Mass Convention at the court house In Hartford Ky Satur June 31 192 at I oclock p m the purpoie ot selecting delegates the Second District Appellate con at LeltchfirlJ Ky June 35 Etch county will be entitled to one delegate or each tot votes or fraction over filly cut lor Wm McKinley for In 19x1- NICHOLAS OARMASS Chmn Lyons Laxative Syrup sn vegetable preparation nbtolntelj harmless In its effect acts gently on kidneys liver and bowels I curescon 4 itipation biliousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the pure Au remedy for child as as adults For sale by J Thus Allen RoslneKy ROUGH RIVtR TELEPHONECOMPANY IsroapoaanT cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where yon can buy your own pbonuI and build your own lines talking distance with the whole touts ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or theywill be at the whole expense II you say no We connect with all Independent Companies For partlcn call on D W f Manager Hartford Ky Ontalui Trillion i AND Telegraph COMPANY INCOHPORATHD Operating exchanges and toll linta- in Kentucky Indiinn Mississippi nd connected by its Long Distant line withall principal points in thirtyfive StJtesund Territories has established an exchange Inllaitfmd and turround Lug country They wish to make the service us comprehensive and valut- ble as possible and make a ipeclalt of furni blng service to parties llvlnp in the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rates and other Information may be obtained at the exchange over Williams drug store Hartford Ky C P Nowtm Manager FOR THIS SEASON We will sell at retail the Cele brated Delker Buggies Driv lug Wagoni Phaetons and Surreys at WHOLESALE prices for CASH This work is original in design correct in proportion graceful in out line Standard of over 10 years We ha- veEuggies From 83000 up inn want of anything in the Vehicle line we can rave you money Call and inspect our 6tylei and prices JOHN C DELKER 3t SONS11011 J E Stain Ht Uncnuboro Ily Now is theTime to Buy a 6Lggy cr SLrr y If you want the BEST buy an AMES It has stood the test of timo Built of timber bought from homo p Bodies all made in our own factory by skilled wor Our guarantee is therefore of some value V t Now Styles and Fresh Ayork cats always bo found at our General Agents A C TAYLOR Hartfprdky CAPACITY of our Factory 20000 Finished Vo liicles per annum r F A AMES CO4 i cVVeDbQ O Ep ufoI l hi1 tIC 1 SAM BACH Tho Hartford Merchant wants tho peoplw of to know that ho can sato thom both time 5Ind money in tho buying of Dry Goods Same time by pleasing them quickly and money by his low prices Since moving into his now qU ltcJ8ho lilts added givat Ii lytohis stock and now luis ono of tho largest linos of Dry Goods Clothing La dies and Gents Furnishings Hats Mat tings Etc to bo found anywhere Ho tASKS THE LADIES ITo make his store their headquarter for shopping He has a fino lino of Wash Elegant Dress Goods Fine Shoos tlesiey and nil kinds of Ladies Fur 5both in tho bulk and ready Iimadc Everything now tho very latest most iiptodato Farmers mIll thcirJItwive and daughters are especially invited ft Country Produce taken in ex change for goods at tim highest market Iprices I 10 4444 A Lot of New Things Our buyers have again visited the markets for the new and good things for the hot weather sea sale New Things in ev son and we arc placing on ery department We have the best values the market affords in Stylish Reliable Merchandise ready now for you to see We buy no cheap shoddy goods to impose on you We desire that I satisfactioniSummer Clothing Our lino of Sorgo Coats and Vests Crush Suits and rants is complete filth tho price is within reach of all Our all tlieycnrnround Suits nnd odd Pant were never more nttnc tive nttho low prices wo charge lor lliein than thisI season BOYS AND CIIILIRENS SUITSaAnd odd 1nnts arc curtninly tradewinners and you have only to look at this lino to bo convinced that our store is tho best place to fit up the largo and small boys Mens Furnishings Our lines of Underwear Collars and Culls Shirts in fact everything n man wenre are worthy of your attention nnd wo arc sure to sell you if you look through these lines Wo t can save you money and give you strictly firstclass goods I Millinery Goods Now things every clay in this department If wo cant ploaso you in this deparnicut you lmd just ns well give it up that you cnn bo pleased Wo have tho material nnd wo know how to make n Hat that is becoming to any face Shoes Shoes 1 Wo attribute our success in tins department to our buying direct from first hands and soiling nothing to our trade hut strictly honcstmndo Shoes and Slippers made on Kllto Jlasts at a very low price You con sco hero mol Sloes ntHl r 11 Slippers than at any other store in this county You vilL I find prides lowest when you consider tho quality ou got Givo us your Shoo business Buy only good Shoes and you are sure to save money i EPBAINESBROBenverDom t JARNAGIN 1L1AMShi seavcr DaD1 syArc still at their Dig Building on Maiu Street raving tho peo tile money on their celebrated line of Canton Farm Imple mania and the Milburn Wagon itn n eit and beat raadeP O Buggies fully guaranteed Richmond Wheat Drilla lho 10uoly Drill with a detached fertilizer and teed hopper 5 are county agents for the JC Case Engines and Thrwb ntrs Including lea Bullets We are agents for McCormick I Harvrstini Machinery such ai Binders Mowerr Corn Ilnrveil era and Shrotlilpw Your patronage in solicited Prices tho j ltwertaiid quality guaranteed Ynurt ReapyiILLIi WILLUM BI vr D ID Ky t v = k f ic if cm a l r i 1ii 11 fJ C JcM I Corset Talk IJJ waist It what + is in L gores at tho sides so it cannot 4T break ut tlio waist Suitnhlo day and all tim s lit Good to work in walk in or rest in It is rhopoly 8111 ttlIIU flfldas it cannot hltnkut wnist it is cheapest lady can Iltmr l01l10 in whitolong or I medium waist Triw 1 Tito noxt time ou try asL 4The R G Corsets if These Corsets wo hun dlo in a variety of style oftany lady All Ibcstfttoed not to stretch Our 1 7 No 257 is made short hip low bust coutillo s with sateen strips four clnspnot L white fliRt black Sixes 18 to m Wee 7oc 4f Our is Empire stylo or iirtlca Cor taken tho forsORESCO ltho not it CRESCO front i the J2 t7 thu the a llllV a I 1 set much sought after They como in JsulIuncrt3Ies Try a Girdle Pleasant tow ar S c 3ib44 Wo are oflering prices now on Kid Gloves Todies Silk Gloviw white or black Mitts Hand + kerchtefs Ladies Vests Wash Goods Etc f i4Ysit the Greatt p tBargainCenter ttcffa jiuouln Makes Chronic Invalids Wb llm U torpid sri Ulb U da lu work the bUs SntmT u bIoo4 u a nlllleol poUIOIIo Th eoa eonMlpMiop MBowwai Mk hMiUeb tmn taj mahiU nit only ti 4UD nt tht gtfH u UTM la- u nail touch and Naumt rk lo rlgtl- DUUMTl 2AMONS L1YERPILLS J PELLETS L be j m toocbM ths Urn and Un ptUeu 10M a 1 14 X doe for 31 dip cost e ou lad ra ITM your cue It uceedlllrlJ lied 700 win U wcU Uora you abb them 8apl tre For isti aU dMlu For sale by J H Williams Hartford Tweddelt makes good meal Try f him tf JJvery thing good to eat at City flea taurant City Restaurant Is chock lull 01I a goodies Nicest Fruits in Hartford at City Restaurant Mr William Mojris Ceralvo was j In town Monday I Y Mr 1L Smith wait inBowling IGreen last week Mlsa o Belle Warner is visiting relatives In Louisville s Cheese Sausage lIam and Crackers at City Restaurant Call on Carson Broslor anything In the grocery line Mr H P Fofeman of Narrows was In town Tuesday Proi M D Mad ox Smallhouse called to see us Monday Mr Dozier Bartletr of Wesfetfield 4illed on us Wednesday Eq W M Awtry Horse Branch was in town Tuesday Soda water lemonade and Phos J phates at pity R Freshest and Daintiest line 6f Cakes 1 In Hartford at city RerUuranl I Mr 11tCpianoJT1IYaa I lt among our callarsA ednesdsy i My I inylwhat delicious Ice Cream ryd Sherbet at City RVaUurent 1WhenpUling stop and see Cleve counterHMrs lIchen Walk r f t visited the lamllylol 1RiMWalk4 a er this week i l1Ioi JLrL Vo have agency tho celebrated Corset a Corset that cannot break at matters ritwaist is rendered uncomforta ble mill useless Tho 4 r Corset disconnected at waist lino and has olustic CRUSCo any ctnufortnhlo Corset short Corcot No1 I I S I also tho special 4 r n the tam UM ANDTONIC G Druggist Ky1 The first story ol Mr JC Riley S new business house Is completed City Restaurant is the moat upto date place In Hartford Call and see r yourself Carson Bios the Grocers will deliver Groceries at your house Ulve theni a call Mr and Mrs E P Neal wilt go to Prentls tomorrow to spend d week with friends there County Superintendent Ja DeWeese is spending few days with his mother at Trlsler Miss Lulu Tanner ol the Alexan der neighborhood Is visiting friends arid relatives in Owenaboro Mrs Rev Jo BRoceisandchlldren of Moweaqua Ill are visiting Mi Rogers mother near town Mr John C Rlleya new building Is progressing nicely and already be gins to Icbk like a city building Miss Artie Marie Wilson who h been attending school here returned to her home near Rbsine Sunday Master Eatnuley son pf rBhlI- me Ie RaleyJ of Ioulsvlll is visiting ti family of hla uncle Mr M r Heav rin R L Tweddell is now ready to grind your corn Satisfaction gnit anteed Mill located southend Iron bridge llirtl rd Ky tf Cap Davis was given eight ears by Circuit court here In the penit U tlary for killing Jo Miller rSul phurSprlngs about a year ago Misses Mary Smith Bud Maggie Nail wentto Owensboro to be pres attbe marriage of Mr Rolls R Hal to Miss Bessie Nail which occurred that city yesterday C GrayHa r Vigorformy scalp free from dandruff and has prevented my hair from turn Ine y F A Souls- hIuiingi Mont There is this peculiar thing abut Ayers Hair VigorIt is a hair food not a dye Your hair does not suddenly turn black look dead and lifeless- Butgraduallytheoldcolor comes backall therich dark color it used to have The hair stops falling too IIN a WIleAIInuIaJe If year drujriut cannot enlpl yon und ui one dollir and wo express you a haul lie curs and clr name otyournrvIextru offlre Address C A VEU CO Lowell Mui Mr II P Taylor was In Owensbor I yesterday Tfaorat Carter colored of Haytl died Tuesday night Childrens Day services will be held I at No Creek Sunday Cheese Sausage Dried Beet and Crackers at Cieve Ilers Mr T W Barrett of Barretts Perry was In townyesterday Cleve tier pays highest market price for llama Butter and Eggs Miss Mabel Hnbbard Is lo Owens boro the guest of Prof Alexander At the hour of going to press John Sep MoMey Is thought to be dying Col C M Barnett Surveyor of the Port Louisville is In town this week Just received a new line of Choco Istes and other candlesat Clevellers Miss Belle Morton ofOwensboro will arrive here today to visit rela tives Mr Wallace Riley has accepted a position In the Economy Dry Goods Store Mis J N Likens and children Caneyville are visiting friends at Horse Branch The Sinking Pund Commission paid 50000 on the countys bonded debt last week Mrs Schuyler Acton and Mrs Jas Pltxhngb of Sulphur Springs were In town yesterday Mr Dan DeMoss Hanson Hop kins county visited his sister Mrs S T Barnett last Friday and Saturday Mts M S agland is at the bed side of her daughter Mrs Lee Canon wbo Is very sick at her home at Pen rod Mr Robert Hickmaa ofOwensboro and Miss Ella Bell of Please t Ridge are visiting the family of Mr J H Williams Mr and Mrs F T Gunther ol Owtnsbpro are visiting the family ot Mr Gnetbers brother Mr Louis Gantber here Ice Cream Ice Cream Soda Ice oIa lemonade BonBons Coca Cola all kinds ofIces and everything coot at Griffins New vegetables wilt atrive at Cleve Jets grocery today at noon New Potatoes Tomatoes and Beaus Telephone your order now Attorney M Ie Heavrln went to Owensboro Wednesday to argue a motion before Judge Owen in the case ot Watklns vs Newton Mrs P H75aiey7wWtLvlllevls Ited her brothers DrS J Wedding and attorneys S Rand R R Wed ding here Saturday and Sunday Mr B T Lawrence and wife ol New Orleans were in town last week Mr Lawrence was raised near Olaton audi wen known to Ohio county people Capt W R Echols conductor on the Owensboro branch I C Railroad gave his children Muter Fred and Mlsa Helen a trip out to Horse Branch Tuesday Mr John Dobbs ol Rosin e was In town Vedneiday night and incident tally attended thel Wills Recitations IMr Dobbs sail that Prof Wills sei lections were splendid Mrs J W Lytle and son William Henry of Owensboro are visiting Mrs Lytles brother and sister Mr J H Williams Mr Jv W Lytle is ex pected here tomorrow IProm a private letter from Port Smith Ark we learn that two daughters of Mr C S Carson a form er resident of Ohio county graduated In the Fort Smith High School livingasnear o tuberculosis L the bowels Ther young man underwent a dangerous surgical opeiatlon a Kwdays ago but there Is bat little hope of his recov ery Mr ChuR Gslllon ol the Louis vllle Street Railway and Miss Stella Acton of Sulphur Springs drove down to Hartford Wednesday morn ing1 and returned in the alter noon IrwGntllou returned to L uUvltle yesterday The Rockport Lodge Free and Ac e cepted Masons met at RockportW d nesdsy and conferred the Eastern Star Degree npon about twenty la dies A very interesting meeting atwas had followed by an elegant sup reaper Judge J r Miller Mr RI ley andwife and Mr DavelaldVla I Hartford were In attendance T Dr E W Pord has a new Xrav machine We should have saldinoi abput Itbut we were alratd tdRonea the dangerous looking thing Miss Porn B Gibson left yestetda for Crowley LI where she goes p accept a position In the college there Miss Gibson has had a large expert ence In college work In both Ken trIck V and Texas and her filendi wish her ranch success In her newel fort which she so richly deserves Mr Sherman Vlckandaon Gordon of Owensboro were In town the first of the week Mr VIck Is a travelle salesman for a grocery house and h son is handling a tone sosp Gordon Is a brlghtpleasant looking boy and being only thirteen years old la per bapa the youngest drummer on thi road He la having good sales Rev JoB Rogers formely editor of this paper who baabeen in the work ol the ministry at Mowesqus 111 has been called to the Baptist church at Springfield that state a much better charge Rev Ezra Shultzormer Ohio county boy and a brother pi Prof O M Shultz of this place hall called to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Rev Rogers at Moweaqua i We are getting quite a number of bright Intelligent young Jadles on our list df correspondents Our week ly letters from Fordsvllle Beaver Dam and Cromwell areby young ladles making their first efforts as newspaper correspondents Their weekly letters are a feature of the REPUBLICAN of which we arejustly proud We refer to these because they are nw writers we are equally as proud of the reoI malnder of correspondents Esq P H Alford died at his horn e near Horse Branch Tuesday lIeI had been sick several months and his death had been expected dally for some time Es quire Alford was one of the best as well as one of the bestI known citizens of Ohio county H was for many years a member of th Ohio Fiscal Court and was consider ed one ofihe best magistrates in the county He would have been nt one years old todayIMrJM Cuebier died at his real dence in Hartford last Friday evening of a complication of diseases and his remains were interred In Oakwood Cemetery Sunday morning alter fu neral services conducted by Rev E D Maddox Mr Cuebler was one of Ohio countys oldest and beat citizens and was a consistent member of the Baptist church He leaves a wile lander relatives and Iriends to mourn hiS- taking away FosterGro90ormerly of Msganthls county was adjudged a lunatic at Ha wesvllle last week Gross was in jail at Hawesvllle charged with break ing into a store in Hancock county but was tried for lunacy rather than for housebreaking and was sent tithe asylum at Hopkinsville Grots Is well known by citizens Hart ford on account of bis eccentricities while in jail here three years ago charged with the murder of Prank Burke The remains of Nlch Gunther who was drowned near Spokane Wash about eleven years ago were brought here Saturday and interred in Oak wood Cemetery Sunday afternoon Nlch Gnnther was a son of Mr Louis Gnntherof this place where h e bad lived since his childhood until about eleven years ago It was not our pleasure to know the young man while be lived here but the universal love for him by Hartford people ia the greatest evidence of his worth Sheriff C P Keown and deputies John O Keown and Jo Roberta lelt Saturday noon fur Eddyvllle with prisoners Keely Marsh HIllls and Gray the convicted bank robbers and Cap Davis sentenced for eight years where the prironer ewerestate prison The trip was made without incident and the donned the prison uniform with th usual resignation Mr H M Wills the popular per sonal Impersonator and character De- lineator had good houses here Wednesday night and last night Hart ford people are delighted with Mr Wills work which was decidedly the best entertainment ol that character ever given here Mr Wills has mia tered the mystery of human uat and portrays itwith an ease and grace rarely snd never excelled He is the mischievous in sisters arlorthe long haired countrysqtilrev and the impassioned painter of awn mortal depth scene with equal clever ness Hartford people are anxious to welcome Mr Wills again Marriages Mr J B Cambron Dundee to Miss C V Clark Dundee Mr Richard Baker Taylor Mines 5 to Miss Katie Dectle Taylor Mines Mr Clarence Dennis Prentls to Miss Unle Wilson Prentls Mr Monroe Htflln Centertown to Miss Orna Brown Center own Mr Martin Pleener Cromwell I Stella Paugbt Cromwell Mr Prank L Crane McHenry to Miss Mary Craddock McHenry Mr Thomas Mills Ctnavllle to Miss Fannie Ewen JEtnayllle la County Court M W Bell etc motion for new road petition filed and Jas Nail J A Tichenor and Nat Ltadley appoint ed viewers B L Boyd and others petition for local option election in town of Horse Branch petition filed and application continued The will ofJohn K Walker deceased was admitted batead Hel enC Walker was appointed admin Istartrix The will ol Sue E Mitchell deceas ed was admitted to probate and Dr Geo n Mitchell appointed executor New Divorce suits Robert Bennett vs Harriet Bennett Nancy James vs 1l p James Allen Evans vs Margaret vapsI DICK NICIIOLS ryhO Loved Not Wisely But too Well In Trouble Again Sheriff CaV P Keown left to iliy for Danville III where be goes to liming back Dick Nichols who Is charged with burning Taylor Stevens barn near Ctnletiown about three weeks ago KnrunucAN renders will remember Nichols as the overfond lover of Mr Stevens daughterinlaw who was in jail here sometime ago charged with shorting at Taylor Stevens Ifbnt was released from custody because ofbis supposed Insanity Alter Nichols was discharged the Here he returned to his bome near Glasgow and nothing more washeard of him until about three weeks ago when hewas again seen near Centertown one afternoon and Mr Stevens barn was burned that night Nichols fled the county but Sheriff Keown located him at Danville Illand telephoned the Sherifl there id bold him Nlch ole Is In jail at that place from which he will be brought back here for trial L Atmospheric Eccentricities tVe ar lndebtedlo Dr W H S cratb of Arnold for data for the fa- tting weather notes In JJarch 1849 a terrific cyclone swept through Butler county destroy ing mnch valuable property and the path of which is in the remaining forest well marked to this day The winter 011863 occurred the heaviest snow fall ever known in Kentucky The level fields were coy ered to a depth of three feet and the drtftswgre from five to seven Sect in depthNe years day 1864 was the coldest ever experienced in the South Jn J75 cloudbursts occurred in ohIo Grayson and Butler counties d much damage to property and resulted in the greatest flood of the century in the local streams etn 1888 occurred what has since been known as the great Dakota Bllz zard which swept the country East ward tothe Atlantic ocean This was the most featfnl and destructive win ter storm ever experienced on the Western Hemisphere Thousands ofa lives and trillions ol dollars worth of property were mans tribute to the fury of winter This storm resulted in a heavy sleet In Kentucky which will notbe soon forgotten March 28 1890 Ohio county was a tornado the like of which we hoPe never to witness again Pcb 3i899 will be remembered fort excessive temperature and Jnly 22 1901 lor a temperature of 107 in the shade1 but If some of our subscribers long In arrears do not pay up soon the warmest time is ahead BtlUgicsl BlIiBllflfli88I I have on hand a nice lot of Celebrated AMES Buggies and Surries that I will sell CHEAP These are the very BEST Ve hicles made and if you g are in need of a Buggy or Surrey give me a caJiI AC4 TtYLOFLivoryflanr V DUNDEE KY June aMiss Lake RlnesofI Fofdsville is visiting relatives here Mr Jim Sptole and little nephew returned from Woodbury last weekrMr Chess Cole is very ill Mrs R W Hlnea and family of Fordsvllle visited relatives heree Sunday and Monday Mr and Mrs Byron Bean attended 1 tht funeral of Miss Iva Bean at Beaver Dam Wednesday feCole Mrs Cook Bean who has been on the sick list improving Mrs G A Hlnea returned froms Union Ind Saturday Mrs Ream Smith and son Master Earl of Fordsvllle were the guests ol SundayeMrs Guy Stateler oi McHenry was the guest ol her sister Mrs Tad Dead tasJwee1ci jtfra RenTrWi of Nar rows Was In town Monday I Miss Unie Bean spent Sunday at borne with her parents CENTRAL GROVE KY JuneKfrMrs L J Iglehart who has beett confined to her room several months is able to be out again She spentSunday with her daughter Mrs W W Rocker loMrl P M Brown and children 01I Elmwood neighborhood are visiting relatives in this community Last Saturday while Mrs D MI Park was returning home from Will lama Mines her horse became tight ened and ran Away with her she re- ceve4sjght1njurIes irotn which she willBoqa oyerIMr 8 it Miller and family will leave this week for Chicago wher- ethywUl snake their fntdrehome Mr J P Blahbri who was thrown from a b ggy and hurt a few days ago b able to be Out again MrsOJHe Maddox and little son Clifford McHenry spent Sunday at Mr WL McKernans Several people of Central Grove contemplate attending Childrens Diyefterclacs otUoCrtek next Sun day Mr Alex Smith and Mrs Sonora ThJGGS the coffee roaster user to glaze his waee with you eat thatkind of eggd Then why drink them Lion Coffee has no coating of storage efgt etc Its coffee pure IV unadulterated fresh strcng and of delightful flavor and aroma VaUor QU1157 i41 ytSSeI4pec1MS Barnard McLean county are vlsltln their sister Mrs Dora Miller Master Sidney Williams Hartford is visiting ba aunt Mrs Belle Igle heart Mr and Mrs U S Fanght and lit tie daughter Ruby Neal Centertown spent Sunday at Mr S K Mlllera Mr and Mrs S W Rowe Center town visited Mr S R Miller family recently Mr J W Tanner and family spent Sunday at Rev U M Millers Mr D M Park was at the bedside of his brotherinlaw Dr G L Ever ly who is dangerously at his home in Ceralvo Saturday night and Sunday Mr WP Tichenorand family of Centertown spent Saturday night and Sunday at Mr B M Fanghts Mr and Mrs J E Curtis entertained a few friends Monday night There will be a musical entertain went It Mr B M Fangbta next Saturday night To The Public We the undersigned desire to ex press publicly our thanks to Messra C P Keown J G Keown Clarence Keown T S Black and all officials ot Ohio county our most grateful ap preciation of the kindly and courteous treatment we have received at their handsTo Messrs Glenn Ringo for their eloquent defense ol our cases we heartily express our gratitude- To J H Thomas for the kind Interest he has manifested In onr wel fare we ore most deeply grateful Let us all look forward to a bright er future Let Hope be our guide nd Pate the anchor May your batques peacefully glide oer humani tys sea and finally rest la the harbor of eternal peac Respy H L MABSII GnoG GhAY JAS KEBLBV Jos MILlS For Sale A nice young Jersey cow and calf T L GRIPFIH Hartford Ky d ICE ICE- I will deliver Ice every morning In Hartford Parties wanting Ice will call on Estil Park or myself TCOLLINS BEAVER DAM KYsJune 5Prof WS Weaver has returned to his home in Dayton VB Mrs Mamie Roll Nelson was the nest ol friends last weekIMr and Mrs Torn Lawrence on returned Saturday to their home n New Orleans Miss Sallle Law ence will spend the summer with her litter Mrs C D Beau Miss Lumrale Coots accompanied y Miss Everly ot Point Pleasant Sunday with her mother Mrs Georgia Coots Mr arid Mrs W II Austin have returned from Livermore lit HD Hunt has moved his fern ly to Smallhonse where be Is engag d in business Miss Maude Cairns has returned ler home in Rockport alter a visit to Miss Bessie Barnes Mr and Mrs C P Austin spent Sunday with friends in Leltchfield Mr and Mrs Alfred Leach andI Miss Ethel Annie Cromwell visited Mr and Mrs Prank Caiebler Sunday Mr Roscoc Pleraon Cecilia spent days this week with Mr Claude McKenney Mrs S B VanMeter and daughter Blanche have returned train a visit to hiends in Leltchfield Misses Annie and Margaret Hayes who have been the guests of their unt Mis J P McKenney returned Tuesday to their home in Rbche fer Miss Dora Gibson alter a short vli t to friends in Hartford left Wednes day for Crowley La where she will spend the summer with her sister Mrs Carrie Williams Mrs John Trent who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs JV G Welborn for the past six weeks bas eturned to her home in Rldgewood Va She was accompanied by MrsI Welborn and little daughter who will spend the summer in Virginia Mrs Dr J Coleman is visiting her father Rev Casebier near Rockport tills week Mrs J C Gentry Cromwell Is the guest of Mrs John Martin For bllloufut use Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets They cleanite the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels effecting a quick and permanent cure For sale by all druggists m Wan Paper Designs new and very attractive Call and see It Z WAVNB GRIPMH Bao DeafMutes Wed Lancaster Ky June 4W W Worthington of Mison county and Miss Ella Humphries of Marksbnry this county both deafund dumb were married here to day i PPPPPPPPppppi9i1TTIIE IECONOMYIt ft CLOTHING tCome to us when you want a new Suit for jp yourself your ton or your kiniman We make a specialty of Clolhingand deal only la the mot = reliable goods We carry astock sufficiently as =sorted to fit almost anybody Anew lot of un p lined aUwool Summer Suite tbat will make you I comfortable throughout the season These goods ore marked at a cloeo profit and you will cer moneyJtl In Mens Shoes we can fit you in any style a from the cheapest everyday wear to finest Pal cut Vici Bee our guaranteed Vlclwe stand every pair Our Ladies Misses and IbehInd Shoes are the bed wearing goods oh p SUppers lor the warm weather to fllP The newest Toe Slippersin anya Ii sortmeflUd select from outside of the large cities Shoes l1 always constituted our strong line andburtassortment is large and up todato aWash Dress Fabrics a Millinery Notions Etc Our assortment of While Goods is Iho best the ffmarket affords The prettiest Paris Muslins and f Organdies for Commencement Dresses White- DimrtleirPcrsivf iI Lawns and India Linens A beautiful asMrtment of Colored Lawns The p aprettiestliaof 5c 7cjc and lOc Muslins ever fl I Thliis tke place to buy your Millinery Goods Wedo our owa trimming having had a num fyears experience consequently we can Iberof to sells Hat cheaper than any other house We make our goods cheap in this de SP Ipartment A bargain in every Hat Childrens j specialty Each Hat trimmed and litBhapcd to suit the especial lace Everything Dress Trimmings and Notions that are elegant but cheap I tMrs Sara Collins Smith a Hartford Kentucky 4 aalAlZETOWN KY Jane 2 Farmers are well up with their work and crops are looking well Health ot tke coiBHiunlty II good Levi Baize who kaa been seriously afElctedyls slowly recovering Two of Mr Billy Stewerta dangh tera eldpedf with Messrs Trail and Raley last Sunday evening Gone to parts unknown Our mall route was changed the first ofithia month Arthur Keown was here recently taking pictures Mrs N B Hudson has gone to Mound 3lty Ill on a visit Messrs John D Oliver and S Baize have returned from a business trip to Muhlenbarg county T CROMWELL KY June 2Mr Bill Tlllord Is still on the slckilsti MrAllre l Leach and wits otthls place 8p nt Sunday U Braver Dam Mr Leslie Baird of No Creek spent Sunday at Cromwell Mr Martin Pleener and Miss Stella were married Sunday evening the brides home near here Mr Henry Trbut and Miss Laura Coleman spent Friday and Saturday- at Select The crops of this vicinity are doing well the fanners are through setting tobacco and have had plenty ot rain Rev G H Dorset is giving the Cromwell people a treat ofa series of sermons Large crowds are attend ing the meetings The spring school at this psce taught byMr os P McKIhriey Is qniieaucres JdratrBtacken is Improving rom received a few weeks agoy a runaway team Mrs S P McKinney and children are spading a week In the country SULPHuR SPRINGS KY June 2 Tobacco setting is about overMr c M Cole the Dundee black smith is seriously ill of a head troub le lIe Is not expected to live The Sunday School at Mt Vernon is preparing for a Childrens Day service the loutth Sunday In June MrS J Weller made a trip to Hopkinsville last week to see about purchasing a flouting mill and farm nest there Miss Alice Spurrier ol Grayson county is visiting her sister Mrs S JWelJerofthlsplsce Mica Burma Morris has returned from Central City where she has been Visiting her aunt Mrs Curd Mr Wa Potts of near here who baa been very ill for some time Is Im prqvlng now Miss Bettle Canon of near Olaton J 1lsveryihlotdropeyIt that Corporal Jas D Tnrnham oCo K lothlnft and Private Jaa M S ndus4cy of Co J c M roth InfrhaveJxth been killed while in a skirmish They were both well known and liked by every one Saadnsky was misled In the easier part of the state aj mountaineer but with his brothers moved to Narrows a few years ago He was a peaceable industrious citizen not like some will have all the mountaineers an outlaw Corporal Turnhams parents moved to Arkansas from this State both died there be and his two brothers and two states came to Kentucky about ten years ago and all are well loved people Corporal Tnrnbam baa a brother In the 6th Inlt also In the Philippine Islands The deaths of these twq boys have not been a fficlal ly reported and their many friends are hoping that the report may pray e untrue Nrtki I have this day get my son Obed Allen free given bfta his time and I will not hereafter beresponsible for his conduct or contracts This June 4 1902 J T AuPN Notice The Hartford Water Mill Carding Machine will be open for business this season Bring on your wool tf JWFord I No Time to Lose You cannot afford to disregard the warnings of a weak and diseased heart and put off tak ing the prescription of the worlds greatest authority on heart nervous disorders MUeVHeart CureI- fsour heart palpitates flutters or you are short of breath have smothering spells pain in left tide shouUer or nun you have heart trouble and arc liable to drop dead any moment UaofJWW ooaIr use ot the best IIIUIn 011 ouetalv lbs eon 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all the time A l iJ t Qo iirq- f Th t t rtfo Repuq1icaDr FRIDAY JUNK 6 Illinois Control RailroadTime Table New time card titling effect Hominy DeC teatcoon Korlli llonnU Nnnlh Jlnnndfa Ill die 137 a m No 121 dnitl17 n m toNoUfdooU30IVteights Iii due TWa m Ko 191 lne 6T p to- H n YAMeTXI ARflt to PISOS CURE FOR CURLS WILKL ML tAILS DM Cough ejruo TmttM Oooi UM lor In tine Sold bf drutrirUta CONSUMPTION ly FACE HER FORTUNE hy One Girl Got Good Paylasr and Hair Position She was a sweet looking girl with as a pink and whit complexion as I woman ever desired and was chatting one of her own sex on a Stolen Island ferryboat while I Will seated near that I could not help hearing Several times my truant eyes deserted paper and stole a at the that was so attractivetIt was the luckiest thing that evcrChappened to roe she said to her panlon when I went Into that Fifth as avenue store just to buy a comb lIowI little I thought that I would be work It thereat greater wages than IlIAd er hoped to earn I bcxltatcd about ing In because I feared the prices in ould be too high but I did go In and came out with a comb without paying to edIt for It Mid better than all I been engaged to begin the next Monday as a saleswoman IE was nearly discouraged before for I was getting only 4 a week 1 wo were awfully pinched at home my luck changed on that day and was Friday too fortunately for me store was crowded when I went In the proprietor left his desk that stands In a little railed ort corner nod lime to walt on me I noticed that be looked very sharply at me but not at In nn Impudent manner I Pardon me nils he sold but I looking for a young lady to assist In the store here nOd It your cir cumstances are such that you would dIttO for the place I would like to have consider It I was wonderfully surprlced but thanked him saying that I knew nothtabout the business ItI That doesnt matter he replied You cnn soon learn It To be frank I would like to have you oil account of your complexion You know we sell torts of goods for the complexion and articles for beautifying and your face would do more to make sales than of the arguments and representa lions that could be made Well the result was that I got nttine place with easy work at week My hours arc short and I slmf ply play the agreeable while uclllnc goods nt an Immense profit I wouldnt any of the concoctions touch my face for anything but tbe customers appear to be Impressed by my OmI plexion nnd the proprietor Is satisfied am Itew York Herald POULTRY POINTERS A close unventilated house Is emI phatically a foul house Ground or crushed bone Is a good form In which to give lime Tho nest nhould bo arranged BO that the fowls can walk In on them Brat Is a better feed for fowls than Corn because Jt contains more nitrogen An excellent feed for young chicks Is cracked or coarsely ground wheat for tho first week A cock that tights nnd picks his mates every time they are fed Is not good breeder and few of his hens eggs will ever batch Cane or sorghum seed can be ted to fowls to good advantage It stimu c gg production and In many ways s good to use for variety For a good breeder select a rooster with plump full breast broad across the buck wide between the legs nod that crows often loud and long It Is a good plan to mate up the fowls early for occasionally one of the bens will want to alt during the Inter aud It will be best to have the eggs ready Pile For Marriage F A Lutheran minister In a western Maryland town told tnt an amusing story the other tIny sold a gentleman to a reporttr Some tUlle ngo as tbta minister was walking along n street nt the town au old German advanced to ward him with extended hand The minister shook hand but remarked that be could not recall lilt name Oh yes said the old German you remem ber web I nm the man who gore you pig when you married me The minister smiled at he recalled the incident and as be was about to tuk about the wife the old German nald Now I tell you what Ill do Whim you married me I gave you n pig so Ill give you two pigs It you now uumarry me Ilaltlmorc Sun Looking out roe Papa A sweet little maid of four years was distressed the other evening because her father did not como homo to dinner on time Her grownup ulster said to her Pnpn Is naughty nnd when be comes wo wont give him any ten When ho did come tho sister sent tho trnpot out to tho kitchen for fresh tel The baby looked on with a troubled fiice and stolu noftly to her own room Shortly she returned with something squeezed up In her tiny fist Going up to her sister she whispered Annie Ill give you all my pennies It youll give papa his tea And opening lion hand she displayed all her carefully hoarded pennies New York Times Politician Phil Brick Whats tho difference be tween an honest and a dishonest poll tician Phil Osslfcr One Is In polities for tbo good bo can do bbs fellow citizens while tho other Is In politics for any amount ho can do his fellow citizens Ohio State Journal thigh Toned I This the salesman said handles out another package U also an cxciry lent substitute for coffee It In wholesome It makes red blood Havent you something asked the young woman with the earrings that makes blue blood rCblcago Tribune Negro Priest Baltimore June aThe June ordi nations nt the Cathedral which will 1 4wuBUbQciiointthtng I Iha Sun All Doctois have tiled to cure ous Catarrh by the ute jxiwders acidl Inhalers ant drugs in paste of Their powders drl up tbe mucuona membinnts causing them OUR crack open and bleed The power BS acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the saute memo branca that their makers bave aimed the cure while pastrn anti ointments cannot teach the disease An old a ROil experienced practitioner who has molly yrnrx nimle a close study and speciality ol the treatment 01 Catarrh hits nt last perfected a treat went which when faithlully used not It only relieve nt once but permanent tuis Cntatb by removing the fair cause topping the dlFchatueri and The curing all iofUmmation It is the ply only remedy known tn tcKnce that actually rcnchrs the fQicUd potts This wonderful rtruidy U known ar krls Souffles the Uuaiantted Catarrh Cure and is sold at the extremely IOT price ol One Dollar Mqli pickagt containing internnl and rXlernal medicine sufficient for a lull month trealment and everything necessary its perfect use Snufflrs is the only perfect ever nmde and inow recognized tho the only fale and ponuive curs fir annoying and dingUKtlntr disease cures all itflimatioii quickly and permanently and Iii also wonderfully tad quick to relieve Hay Fever or Cold the Head Catarrh when neglected often lead Consumption SmilHes witI save you if you use it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is costively vuarsniteed lo cure Catarrh in any s stage if tired according to the dine lion whlci riccoinpiiy each pick age ont dela but send lor it at once nnd write lull particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding yonrcasa without cost to you beyond the regular price ol Souffles the Guarantee Catarrh Cure1 as Sent prepaid to any address tn the United States or Canada on receipt oj One Dollar Address Dept I Ed win B Giles Company 2330 andt 2332 Market street Philadelphia u place June 21 will have an addel trest front the lat that the second colored man ever ordained to the CuMholic priesthood in this country to will receive holy orders on that on day at the hands of Cardinal Gibbons The colored candidate istbeRv J Harry Dorsey a student at St Jo ephs Seminary lIe was raised to deaconate last tall by Bishop Al A Curtis The first colored man ordained In this country was the Rev C R Un des In the Cathedral December 13 1891 Father Uncles who Is a memo ber of tbe Josephene Order is now stationed in Delaware The colored priest Father Totten who died a Sew years ago in Chicago horn the effects heat was ordained abroad II The Rev J Henry Dorseywastoro in this city twentyeight years ago and was educated at St Paul Minn under Archbishop John Ireland Father Dorsey will labor among his own people A Carlnua host According to n CUIiiPRtf legend there lived In Canton 200 years before Christ an artist named Urn ICno Iounj who won an Immortal reputation owing to the fact that he was able to fashion out of a bean pod a boat complete with rudder stills mast and all other necessary appurtenances Martover on tbe exterior of the boat were en graved various maxims by Coufuclun For this masterpiece It Is said the Emperor Till Kou paid hint 1000 taels A Question of Prld She thinks she Is entitled to a dl vorce but she wont seek It Ilcllgtotis scruples I suppose No family pride liow Is thntr Sbes afraid it would make a genea logical tiingle tlint would destroy the value of the filmily tree for future generations Chicago Post Proof Punitive Tlinklns Id get married If I could flnd sensible girl SlmkltiH I know a nice girl but I dont thluk aLe wants to marry At leant she refused me TliiiUliiB Ity leorge she must be a sensible glrlt Introduce me will you I New York World Thousands nave Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To rind Out Fill a bottle or common glass with water and let It stand twenty four hours a that tells It both or set Indicates an 0 unhealthy condi r ion of the kid neys If It your linen It is evidence of kid ney trouble too desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the every1partof paSIJngIIwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soot realized It stands the highest for its cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have ihe best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sites You may have a sample bottle 6 this wonderful discovery and a book more about sent absolutely free by mall sediment tling stains frequent kidneys wonderful address Dr Khmer a lion of SwUBpitaot Co Binghamton NY When writing men tion reading this generous offer this piper O J SO OXI X A Bare thaTiii Rind Yea Hate Always BivM Blguttrt 1I Qt I1JMANUUNTEIiH Kavatte of Poljmula 5tIl pip On TUU Horrible Tradr In the scarce known Islands of the Pacific sea New Guinea Borneo Ccnini QIIolo nnd others too numer to mention man still exists III the primeval stall1 and that most horrible practices head hunting Is still In iridulged In In unite of nil efforts of vari governments and missions as well philanthropic societies who have come In contact with tile people Just as tbe scalp lock on the belt of young buick Indian was a token of manhood HO the gory fiend Impaled on tall pole over the hut of the would be young warrior Papuan or Dnynk pro claims to nil the prowess of tbe youth henceforth a man and eligible for the round and the woolug of the maiden Is Immaterial bow the trophy bo ob tained whether by ambuscade or In battle Generally It Is the former candidate for martial honors situ watt als chance by night In some neighboring village as craftily and pa tiently as n leopard on the prowl the or a poisoned arrow does tbo work I swiftly antI silently and the severed head has ample time to cool before the deed la discovered awl calls for rein button Thus an Incessant vendetta and cor nngct go OIl and only by living In In- accessIble forests and strongly stock ailed places Is It possible at alt for tribes to save themselves from an nihilation Of tho vast Island coutl nent of New Guinea tbo western or Dutch part Is tho worst looked after It often happens that numerous Co raiding parties in their great war ca The noes eomo swooping down the coast before the northwest monsoon and carry death and desolation Into tho comparatively quiet British portion around the mighty Fly river opposite Torres strait Ily the time the news carried to Thursday Island and the gunboat shirts away In pursuit It Is generally too late and tho marauders have vanished The writer was present once at the capture of a war party and forty eight heads were token from the ca noes Hanging and deportation to penal servitude seem to be but a slight deterrent for the terror recurs almost regularly as a plague of locusts These Papuans are a hardy warlike people nnd oxjicrt hpwmcn and they rely on their skill with this potent solely using their clubs for he dispatch of wounded foes The Daynk of Borneo and their neighbors on the other hand are In favor of the sumpltan or blowpipe shooting little diminutive but very cun tingly K lnoned arrows The gumpt ion has often n spear bead attached the outer end like a bayonet on a musket For close righting they rely the dreaded parang a heavy hol low ground broadsword about two feet long with tho handle often carved of Ivory and ornamented with gold and pearls the wooden scabbard covered with human skin and hair They count him a poor warrior who cannot sever a head clean with one blow delivered backhanded Even In a mountainous part of the Malay penin auto north of Malacca In the LUnd logs and Hegrl Sembllan tbcro Is to this day n remount tribe of bead hunters called the SaKl The Voltnnaa Untidy work Ianthe FolioS Pompeii fa Hie Ielrnellan 01 IU Plrrre brrolCUrk MorrU IL Matt Intensely IntermtlDK bonk ner pub lUhed Complete thrlllliK and actnrateaeroaat olrTMtMtdUutcr that ervr befell the human raw greater even then Pompeii Trill how Martlalie Os of the most beautiful island it the world wan eaddealy tran torcjed Into a ver tlble hell About GoO page pn fa ely IHmlrnted with photograph taken belnn aid after dIme tee rrartlrnlljr unlj Unrtlnqnt lloakln tlw flrld tar Trrjnni DOW IniliU OB tut Tin Trot MorrU book end no otbfr Bmt athurlnrCMt book lest Illutratrd l ntlncnllr nccornt Irlce tlM Aurnla Wtitqti Knormua troth for time who act quietly Mo t liberal trrnii Outfit lUUKUUTKIYnnd boot work lt chair ut a Uptime for making nionvjr Clark A Cu2 K 4th BU Iblliidrlphla In t itiMPK OKT nt VITT TAIMAlin by bin SOD Rev Frank DeWItt TnlmiKe and Mworlat editor ot ChrUtlnn Herald Only book endorse by Tklman famIly KoonnoQi profit for agent who act quickly OatOt trnnnU Write Imm illately to OIAHIi A U 2S3 N 4Hi NIM IMilliKlrliihlit Pa MentIon thU paper T7IIL t LRai1w y nENDERSOK ROUTE largeexcunlonI 12th from all polnlri on their line to the new Owentboro Chsutauqua Nothing like it has ever come to Kentucky For twelve days the very bed and moat attractive Cbautatitjua features tire to be placed in the beau tiful BevenJ hula Park near Owens boro which is almost bounded by this popular line of railway Every good taste bas been catered to There will be popular lectures by Gen Gor don Gen Wheeler Dr MacArthur Gpv Bob Taylor W II Sears Mrs Rorer of the Ladies Home Journal Miss Ellen M Stone the ransomed missionary Lieut Ilobson Dr John MncNeil the Scottish Spurgeon and scones of others and every day and every evening will bo given a series ol the most delightful entertainments consisting of everything from eicht ofhand and jugglery to the highest clau of popular mutic and moving pictures Farmers and their families will be especially interested in the coming bl John M Stahl Secretary of the Na tional Farmer Congress and every evening a great pyrotechnic display will be Jen by LaRoces ria- fountauUv J feet larger than Ihelno shown at the Worlds Fair Reniember that the Hendewon Route the most popular piuenger line in Kentucky will give youfull and complete information abut tbe additional features ofthis assembly through any of their agents or you can write to the Superintendent of the Chaulauqua W G Archer Ow enijborp Ky and he will tend you it special booklet containing full in formation as to camping and Jiving prigileges and the complete prngrnru L J Irwin G P A 100k at the Date you labul 11111 yOU cHin iC readily calculate how much you tnt owing on your sub r scription It may pcom n I very small item to each ono I arrears but the sum total amounts ton consitloral sum I and wo need it in our busi ness Dont put it oil but pay 1 tISouthern Railway Tirana Kl at lItHoithera Btaton KKNTUOKYTKNNKSSKK South OAROL1NA ALAIJAMA VIU GINIA North UAHOLINAGEOU GIA anti MISSISSIPPI 4t3Mtles Three Dully t nlnt netveen Loot InaadlulnlrtoD Ubotvntloii Chair Car Tralaileav coil nrrtr lxinl tlllramS VMilh Htrett Union potruoneetiii t with nuns of tie lUlaaU Central Knllroml an I 11 A Ht Ih It It Forlnformatloaadln A WMIN f A T Ai84th Ave Lonlvllle- Wu It Tit uii Aubtant O PA LonUvlll ATTENTIONWh n lii Ontaiboro taU cm Win fii lilou dealer In pore Untight Whklk rut cad IVMtk llramllM Arrnt Freak rthr llrawliK 1 Jug orderi aOl rmrlr prompt attralloa best 111 WkUkcjr In tbe Mat Wm CUSHION Owensboro I I I CHIGHESTERS ENGLISH I PENNYROIAL PILLS t i ar MwYi relabteLiithe MC Pngtit tiiirinvttirN tciLIMII in udlolil metalliC twin sated with bIos ribbon 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