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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE IIARTFOIID PUBLIC N rI Fine Jon Work a Specialty7IIFUVaTnCQ1RESIO1LD1TECS Subscription 1 a year 4 VOL XIV HARTFORD ICY F1UDAY JUNE 13 1902I No47 THE HOME GOLD CURE An Innonlous Treatmont by Which Drunkards are nolnK Cured Dully In Splto of Thomaolves No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant and Poll tlva euro for the Liquor Habit Itll now generally understood that HrunknesH is n disease and not weakness A body filled with polcon and ntjves completely buttered by periodical or constant use ol intox requires an antidote capable ol neutralizing and cracllcat Ing this poison nnd destroying the craving lor Intoxatants Suflrrers rosy now cure themselves at home without publicity or lots cf time from business by this wonderful Home Cold Cure which has been perfected after many years of elate study1 and treatment of Inebriated The faith ful imp according to directions or this wondtrlul discovery I positively guaranteed to cute the most obstinate CUe no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation thousands of Drank aide Into sober Industrious nod upright men Wives cure your husbands 1 I CblU drcn cure your fathers I Tide rem fain no sense a nnstrnm but is a tptCtfiQfpr this dlxexse only and i- an skillfully devised 11 nIl prepared that it s thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste BO that it can be riven in a cup of tea or coflee with out the knowledge otlie person talc Int it Thousands of drunkards lint cure themselves with this priceless remedy and AS many more have been cured acd made temperate men by having the Cure administered by loving filenda and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that discontinued drinking of their own freewill Do not wait Do not be deluded by ap parent and leading Improvement Drive out the disease at once end tor nil lime The The Home Gold Cure b sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within reach ol everybody a treat ment more effectual than others cost inn t6 to 50 Pull directions ac company tact package Special ad vice by skilled physicians when requested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt 01 one dollar Address Dept I It win n Giles ft Company 2330 and 3331 Market street Philadelphia All correspondent strictly confide entlal THE ERUPTION OF TACANA I Deadly Volcano Blots out Over One Thousand Lives San Francisco June 7 Upward ot I oao lives have been lost and lUlU of the city of Katalhnltn Guatemala has been destroyed by the etupilon of TMcana volcano according to dvices received here to day by the Chilean atamer Pdltua Irom Valparaiso and WilY polls KaUlhulen lay ieveral mile back Irom Cbampertco on the the coat and it was at that city that the news of the disaster was stcuel- njrtlquake it waa said had continued at short intervals every day since the gnat disturbance of April 18 when the city of Qutzaltennngo ws destroyed The shocks have been of sufficient strength to keep the residents ol the entire region in n state ot terror Rod little has been done to repair the dam age done by them and the volcanic eruptions Pumice tones and nshts throws from the crater ot Tncana have spread a thin coating over the territory surrounding the city A few days before the Palena belt Chauiperico an earthquake destroyed a small town near Guatemala City but Its name WAS not learned Kentucky Fair Dates Richmond July r49 Georgetown July 2226 Danville Aug 58 Lexington Aug 1116 Laxvienceburg Aug 19 as Shepardsville Aug J922 Maysvllle Aug 3033 Shelbyvllle Aug 2639 London Aug 2729 Florence Ang 3731 Germantown r Aug ajroo Hmlstovn e Sept 26 ttlizibethtown Sept 912 Howling Omen Sept 1013 Glasgow Sept 1013 IJWing Sept 1113 Louisville Sept 2227 Hxttfrrd Oct 14 OAS1OnXABiars tie lie Kind Ytt llae Alays Bought Blgsatuea dlo Charges not Proved Inillannpoltsjune 9 The rrport of ol th recent probing into the conduct if BtTalra rut the Michigan City Prison was made public today when the Sec reUry of he State Hoard of Charities filed the findiagntjlic Board with the Governor1 The prlInsuhstsnce declared that thp ale atlofu of ex 1rlnnn Physician horde were not proved but neyerthelees the banI reports that many qtthe conditions rt the prison are ohnnielul disgraceful nod brutal Tu 1s rlc refers to the treatment otteanrjirUoneia IiI wasj found also thaV i1ioikduieat been served atl a tol1ceto tile pris oners Sick atd insane prisoners had upon near two tccsstons bern brutally punUJjed nnd profane Inn gage enployed by the guards and deputy wardens r AN OVATION lion R W Slacks Beautiful Tribute to our Sol dier head Delivered at the Decoration Ser vices at the Owensboro Cem etery May the 30th Following a custom hallowed by time we are here today filled with sweet and precious memories of our dead heroes to encircle their Immortal brows with garlands and deck their graves with the loveliest flowers of spring watered with tawn of Jove and of sorrow It has been said that great names and great deeds never perish and I believe no greater names have ever or will ever In nfl the future ages adorn the pages of history than those of the great chieftains upon both sides In our civil war The Grand Army ol the Republic tire child the creature oi a war of principles and not of conquest ac complished more In behalf ot liberty and humanity than bad been accom pushed by all the other armies of all the world from the beginning ol time and its heroic deeds will live forever I In the memory of all future genera tions It is well for us occasionally In these later years when the clouds ol passion have been dispelled to revert to the causes ol a war between bothers of the same country and see II we cannot justify them both giving each one his due meed ot praise and oblit crate ttora memorys tablets all rec ollcclons oi the unfortunite bitter ness that once filled mens souls The conflict in which they en gaged was Inevitable The people of the North and the people the South while composing one great nation were drilling as far apart no the poles The people of the South were wedded to a system which was theirs by Inheritance and the people of the North to others which wai theirs by Inher- Itance Each system was diametrically op posed to the other The people on both sides conscientiously believed as God gave them the power of discern meat to tee the right In the justice of their cause but a nation thus divided against itself could not live No civil COUlt could decide jind thus settle the momentous questions involved and we were left and drill ed almost of our own volition into the court of last resort front which there is no appeal the arbitrament of the sword Patriots nnd statesmen on both sides seeing the atul consequence of the coming norm and tearing the wreck and ruin that must follow In Its wake lifted up their voices to stay its coming The sage of Ashland who had retired to private life to spend his declining years once more entered that great forum of the world the senate of the United States and stand ing in his place in a speech which the historian tells us for power pa thus and patriotic sentiment has set dou ii ever been excelled he said I implore gentleman I abjure them whether for the South or the North by all they hold dear In this world by nil their love of liberty by nU their veneration for their an cestors by all their gratitude to Him who has bestowed on them such un numbered and counties blessings by all the duties which they own to them selves to pause solemnly to pause at the edge ot the precipice before the J J That is the average time I spent In a large restau rant by three thousand lunclicn It takes three hours to digest a fresh rIf soft boiled three hours topple digest a bOlle1 dumpling three hours to digest In fact three hours is about the time TCqU1Ze4 to digest the twelve minute object ol the Iaastylunch Is to lot the buy wan get back to office work But when tine brain Is active tim stomach Is inactive for lack of blood The natural consequence is indigestion and indigestion opens door to ninny dis eases Indigestion Is cnred by the 1I3Q of Dr PierceS MedlC Discovery Thlch cmee diseassa of the ana other of digestion and nutrition mid enablesthepcrfcct digestion ana assinjliitioo ofood nteWilliIrauetUen Utuda that I 1thle tesUaoaU vUchI wb tO publish with i jra wTItu eamy 1W1tVa CoN Y Iman bad QUIc1flIUa tramdilldbood and ul2ral jtb11 Dlon OC ku as J up ft Ule 1OU tlQkeO down with Ol Mv out tenting was twiNe Cccld DOt cQtwitbnl dI trwv CouM oatr taLl Anr certain cad 1 wa not ibis to work balftb time 3Yerythto2 J tried only gave mi temporary rttli me to try Plene Goldelli I6nall DlIwftrr ud PlfUllot ruol I took six bouks cc the 0oWeaMedks DIacoo- occylad tworial at Dr Merc1 IICMat 1e1 tbea lll n Uat I po4 tkIoj 1etimo1dne Bcnl martha Mc cud cu ilo the turdat kind of work am ut any tbIDz tJul U let tit the aDd cAtarlt JamI yon old Mrt tMJ I tha finl Umt Iban cm I bccnw fl i Rw Dr Fierces Common Scum J Jlcdlcsl Adviser jq paper covers Is sent fts on receipt 21 ono t tamps to 1 ply expense f stamps c1olhboll1U 1o1wneAddie Dr K 1forPierce Buflalo N Yv 4 fatal and dangerous leap is taken Into the yawning abyss below Snow which none who ever take shall return fn safety It might well occur to us at this late day that in view of the Inevita ble and awlnl consequences of aba ternal warand such warnings aa these the people should have taken heed that there should have been enough patriotism In an enlightened nation like ours to have averted the danger but in my bumble opinion the storm gained such velocity that nothing bat the band oi God could have stayed its coming After that utterance as for years before it crimination and recrimination followed in rapid and increasing succession until Jt seemed to each ahtketbrewAsueIurtkahitUre ins forbearanceTen later when all that was mortal ol Henry Clay had been consigned to the silent tomb upon the eve of the parting of the ways just before the first shot was fired and the death knell to peace was sounded anotheratatcainan standing in the same forum in all the bitterness of his soul said The original ideas of the constitu tion have faded from mens mluds We are at the end of the insane revel of partisan license which for thirty years has In the United States worn the mask of government We are about to close the masquerade by the dance of death That language expressed alike the feelings of the people of the South and of the North We who were living then are now living witnesses of what following In the wake of that awful announcement of the dance ol death and the lul litlment of the prophetic words of Clay For four years passion held full sway and the carnage of death filled the land with mourning the nation had drunk the chalice of the dregs when almost of a sudden there was aI rift in the clouds and we beheld ten upon the bkles the holy words peace sweet peace Instantly the land was filled with joy supplanting sorrow Bonfires lighted the bill tops and the valleys and one grand hosanna of joy ascended to the throne oi God from the throats of his peo pIe The soldiers of the Grand Army of the Republic and the soldiers ot the Grand Army of the Confedercy I weary and worn and sick and tired of the carnage as brother to brotheras one American citizen and soldier to an other met each other half way shook bands across the bloody chasm and It closed That silent matchless chieftain Ulysus S Grant said let us have pe ceand there was peace Since then the march of progress has been resumed as though never broken The exFederal and exConfederate sit side by side In the same old hall of congress occupied by our fathers The old Federal generals Shafter Lawton aad Chalice and the old Con federate generals Lee and Wheeler in command of the ions of the old Con federate and Federal soldiers accompanied by the rough rider from the North in command of a regiment composed oi one hall New York Yan kees and the other hall the Rough- Riders ol Texas whose fathers wore the blue and the gray marched up San Juan hill in solid unbroken col umns under the same old flag that our fathers carried with bare and bloody feet across the frrzen ground at Valley 1orge to glorious victory in behall of liberty sweet liberty Today you invite tIre old Confederate soldiers to join with you in pay ing honor and tribute to your dead comrades his former toes Keeping your 1nuds clasped over the bloody chasm he Invites you on the morrow to join him in a neighbor ing city to pay honor and tribute to his drad comrades joutformer foes lies the world ever witnessed such a spectacle as thU A victory woo without a couquerer or the conquered Men but little noteorreckon the ul terior results pt what they do Can it be possible that columbus when he was begging in tatters and rags doll the thrones ot the kings of the world for a pittance to enable him to sight the unseen land across the seas and to plant the cross in the wilderness of the unknown savage had any con ception of the thought that he was sowing the seeds of a government that will supplant the monarchies of the old world in which he had Implicit faith and to which he gave loyal allegiance Did our tethers when they declared their independence ofy their mother country and unnounced the Doctrine that oil mrn are created equal and that the only just power of govern menUs derived from the consent ol the governed realize jibe possibility that theywerdthui proclaiming doctrine that will permeat thVwhoIe world and obliterate the thrones once believed to be of divine origin Did the soldiers of the Grand Army of the Republic when sleeping with no bed but the torth no shelter but J I i the skies and no light but the jt fever dream that in preserving nation they were carrying out tile destiny of God when He guided the bath of oumbna ncroua the o n and inspired the declaration ofiade pendence penned by our fathers it at In coming time all of HU pe4v pleTin all the nations of the world maybe governed under Its benign ence S Ji Go ask the legions pt the Grand Armies in that unknown world anp the answer from your own comrade will be wafted back on the breath ofi an angel Yes Yes in the spirit of the immortal souls they did And they were guided by the same star that was the guide of the wise men toi i the Babe in the stable at wtarftJJeaetSaTall t Bethlebem11e equal before the throne of Qodt I A few more years and onehalf aba century will stand between us and the event of our civil war The reel Ingsi which It engendered should Ife as still in t memories as all that is mortal of Its brave soldiers who lie in their graves Beneath the green mounds on yonder hill ore the ashes of some brave spirits who wore the gray and with undying devotion fol lowed the fortunes of their lost cause until its banner was furled In honora ble defeat Seek them out on this the National Easter day and with willing hands and loving hearts strew your most beautiful flowers and drop a silent tear upon their last resting place The recording angel with his wand will blot out the past that should be forgotten Under the sod and the dew Waiting the judgment dayIUnder the roses the blue Under the HIHes the gray The terms by which the war in South Africa is ended are creditable toI both sides England assumes the en tire cost not only pledging itself ootI to levy a war tajf on the ansvaalI but agreeing to allow the Boer com batants 15000000 to restore their farms While the Boers give up the arms and munitions they have in theI field they are permitted to keep in their homes for protections Pile oners will be returned at the cost ot the British government and none will be punished unless for violation of the rules of war The main con cession of the Boers is the recognitionj of the sovereignty of They are promised selfgovernment under this limitation as son as it is practicable Thecoloolal rebels will at least not be visited with capital punishment These terms are the best the Boers could reasonably ex pect and they are wise not to prolong a war that in spite of temporary successes would lead to their own extermination In many Instances attacks ofcholera morbns terminate fatally before medicine can be procured or a physician summoned The safe way is to keep at band a reliable medicine for use In such cases For this purpose there Is nothing so sure sa Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy W H Boswortb of LaFayette Ala saysltIn June zoo I had a serious attack of cholera morbns ana one dose of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy gave me relief in fifteen minutes For sale by all druggists ni Quick Marriages A The Cyntblana Times in comment- Ing on the fact that a Tennessee man burled his wife one day and married the cook the next says that it knows of the Kentucky minister who pro posed to his deceased wifes sister on the way home from the funeral and they were married within three weeks after the wifes death The Democrat knows ala man In Bracken county some years ago who proposed to a girl the night they were sitting up with the corps ot his wife and they married within n week Heaven cvitdently blessed the union for they In effluent circumstances have eight bright faced happy children and are now living on one of the best farms in Bracken Winchester Denocrat HoWto Avoid Trouble Now is the time to provide your selfand family with a bottle ofCham- berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over and if procured now may save you a trip to town in the night or in your bus lest season It Is everywhere admit ted to be the most successful medicine in use for bowel complaints both for children and adults No family can afford to be without it For sale by all druggists m CASTORIAPor Till Kind You Havi Always Bought B arsthe plgnaturo of SixfJttZ + Ltbere are more sufferers from con stipation than from any other enemy of our race there in a long train of annoying Ills ala direct result and there is nothing so effective in its treatment as Ramons tlvtr Pills and Tonic Pellets ascta sample free ru 4 BILLY SUNDAY DOES NOT MINCE WORDS Denominates Dancing and Card PlaylngDevl cs of the Devil The Gambler of To day He Says is Born at Home Progressive Euchre Banned by Plafii Spoken Preacher 0 Apersoa cannot waltz lito heaven veibercan be twostep there said Evangelist W A Sunday to a large audience in the Methodist church at Wheaton Ill recently iTbespirlt o gambling is engen derid In the children to day by their euchreplaying mothers The dance exists on purely a basis of passion Dancing is nothing but a secondary love feast netto music It originated In a Paris brothel If the yojpg people are bound to go to the ballroom they should take their partner the devil and pass on to their passion pleasure without dragging him through the church Most men dance for the hug and riot for the sake of the dance The religion that is most pleasing to the men of today is the one which is fegulated to suit their worldly fan des Cards were Invented to satisfy the whims of an idiotic king and they have since been the means of unbalancing the minds of hundreds of thousands of unfortunates Ninetenths of the gamblers were taught to play cards in professedly Christian homes when they were boys Card parties make fullfledged gamblers just as sure as a grist mill turns out flour I want to say right here that the socalled Christian homes where cardplaying is tolerat ed are aptually the klndergardens of the gamblers hell I have just as much respect for a gambler who will sit in a joint at 3 oclock in the morning and buck a- ackpot as I have for the people who parade anderthiQfaV orrcsptctabilir ty at cinque andenchre partie in the parlors of the homes of our cities each day Some people will be shocked at what I say I only speak the truth They wondered where all the gamblers come from I repeat that they emanate from your homes where they begin by looking at the picture cards in their infancy The saloon men and gamblers chuckle when they read in the daily newspapers accounts of euchre or pro gressive whist parties where prizes are offered They know lull well that the game really is progressive and be one their patrons AS TO DANCING ClIBISTIANS A dancing Chrlstain is never a spiritual Christsln never The lowest down rascal in the community Is a dancing Methodist It does not take long to cut the corners ofT the square dance and make it a round dance The young man who has a dancing sweetheart he really loves and is ft millar with the dance is the first to condemn it When polygamy became illegal and unconstitutional the Mormon church which alone previously bad taken an stand against daqcing changed This is a little something to take over In spite ol our boasted Christian civilization even a heathen when entering a ballroom for the first time has been known to cover his face to bide his sense of shame and to exclaim II have never seen anything equal to this since I was weaned Men do not choose to dance with themselves not even with their own wives and sisters Beyond the thrill of music and the poetry of motion It seems to have a sex reference Road It In His Nowspapor George Schaub a well known Ger man citizen ol New Lebanon Ohio is a constant reader of the Dayton Volks zeltnng He knows that this paper alms loadveitlse only the best in its columns and when he saw Chamber Iains PalnBalm advertised therein for lame back he did not hesittte In buy Inga bottle of it for his wife who for eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief He says After using the Patti Balm for a few days my wife paid to me I feel as though bi rn anew and before using the en tire contents of the bottle the unbearable pains had entirely vanished and be could again take up her house I hold dntles He Is very thankful and hopes that all suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful recovery Thla valuable liniment is for sale by alhdingglsts m 4 a No PronounsllereP- urchers are always looking for something to buy merchants areal ways looking for purchasers but if the merchant falls to let the puichas ifr jihr tj er know what the merchant wfanes to sell its only a remote chance nn accident that the purchaser will wan der into the merchants store In give the merchant a chance to sell the purchaser what the purchaser desires to buy from the merchant Conclu sion It pays to advertiser Let onr lady tnsendsread this ex pression of appreciation from Mrs Lula Frady of Uree N Cr I am void ot words to adequately express my appreciation of Ramons Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets I was H great snuVer when I began the use of this Treatment They have completely changed my life from one ot suffering to healthful enjoyment n Mutual Mr SquashiyDoyonu1criw11l1 j Dearthlng at times I am fearfully at tempted to end ray JIM Miss Dearthlng absently as tbe clock fctrikes JAre you Mr Squashly So am 1Ilarvaid tam poon My little son had an attack of whooping couph and was threatened with pneumonia but for Chamber lains Cough Remedy we wonld have had a serious time ot tf It also saved him from several severe attrcks ofcronpII J Strickladen editor WorldHerald Fair Haven Wash For saleby all druggists m I GIVES AWAY NICKELSI Method Adopted by a Storekeep er to Attract the Notice of BuyersI A shopkeeper is this year calling tbe attention ot customers and those be desires as such to his wares by aI novel method The person towhoml it is addressed receives a envelope with no external markings to indicate its contents but up in the left hand corner of the envelope aret printed the words The five cents is InsideThe appearance of the envelope to gether with the notice is eal ulatedI to induce curiosity at once statement that the five cents ts inside is true for on opening the letter a bright new nickle of 1902 date is found tucked away between the midIdie pagesof Bpamphlet The explanation given in the1 paw phlet is that the sender is not a stealer of other peoples time and that fa- It was calculated that the recipient would use up five cents worth of his own time in reading the shopkeep ers story the latter had decided to be honest and pay for the time used or purchased as he puts it and he therefore inclosed a nlckle In pay mentWhether the method pays the shop keeper is not yet a settled question New York Sun STOPS PAIN Atbns TUB Jan V 1 H- Em ala tk flrai at Jar mnlu t WM T ImfttUl in4 I Iolpahck IiDnr1nlr period without pain far the Stun tlm m1 lars NUJlIII DUll What Is lift worth to It womansutUr lag lib Ksnnla DI ls satjer47 Yet liners ara wanes U thousands homs looday who art bearing that terrible menstrual pains In silence II you arm one of thso w want to uy that this nm W1NECARDUI will bring you permanent relit Con solo Yoursilf with lbs kaowledg that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wine ef Carduf This wom en suffered from leucorrhoea Irregular menses headache backache and bearing down pains Wins of Cardul will stop all these aehes and pains for you Purchas a tOO both of Wins of Cardul today and labs It In the privacy of your home jVztIegTbvenc THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWeek EdltfonAI most a Daily at the Price of a Weekly nbc ITwIdtntlal campaign U ortr but tat world got on mci tbi umt and It U rail alp wi To team this DI wi Jut aa It IopromptlJ cad ImpartlalljraU that joo hay to do U to toot In the column or Tb Tbriea Vt k Edition ot tbe Kiw York World which cow to Ibeonr icrlbt r 1M time a yiar pubushertrtrtba EnglUti langauif U pokuiaidou- wautit ubietlptfl1uprIclou17lOOprar totbertwoppOSPOnXA IIrtheC ItW PAYS FOR THE PRIVilEGE New Orleans Sailor Enjoys 1S Worth of Profanity Fllteen dollars a month or the privilege of swearing is a pretty good price to pay for it and yet this Is vhat a man of my aiquaintance did and there is a rather singular story connected with the fact says n writer in the New Orleans TimesDemocrat disItnictwho ba penchant for using bad language lie is at this time ngsg ed In a portfolio business and ordi easily would pass current as a good fellow when he is In the city he is athome and hev manages itoj keep loaded all thktlsae When be Is at work he does not drink and Is noted farattending strictly to his own business Theists a cottage next ifoor to where he lives butthe ownrr has ex perienced trouble in getting a tenant who would remains fotaay length of time iii the house This has been truefor the reis6n that as soonjas the old seafarfngman would retnrn for a short stay he begins to use such foul language that tbe nextdoor neighbor in the cottage cannot etacd it and he simply moves out Some time ago the owner who waS ve y much annoyed by the condition sought legal advice He ansi told that the only thing lie could do was to make the swearing man pay hint the amount the cottage rented for He was getting 15 a month for it He would simply have to make the swearer pay this amount as damage fordrivlng his tenants away The swearer evidently thought the proposition was agcod one for be ac it and is pay ln the money ike a wan But the indications are that he will quit paying this aw nit when the month is up exactly here is point ot the story There1a minister of the gOspel who ruleSes In the rear He wrote to the than who uses bait language and asked Kim to desist and told him that Iliac did not would at once takesteptto mate him brldls his tongue and quit blaspheming As soon as die qwear ing man got the note he walked out Into the back yard of his ironic and I began to deliver an address which caaaotberpredaceff la poll tef type The preacher was horrified Then he walked back ia6t e house THE NEW WOMAN I 1 Mill Alter Conn rxlUtv from 474 Eltrtmth Street Brooklyn N T M follows t HtvlagtiMd poorhiiltMttrMfretl eaoy months fad new tariff it re ftored makes me feel verygfffetal to ftrunt Muttered M greatdul during J tIl PCite4J uu pains mat wu xtnertUy dcpreutd hut eta truthfully iujr that m few bottles of Pe raft h removed all pain mndtnade anew woman ot mliMISS ALICE COHN The coming of what Is known as the now woinam la ellr country la not greeted by ercryon as It SB were a great bussing But there ii another now woman whom everybody la glad to act Every day aoma Invalid woman I- anclatm1acI ban bun made a now woman by Dr Hartmans borne treat meat It la only necessary to send naa j address symptoms duration of siokmasa ami treatment already received to Dr nartmah C lrimbus 0 and dime tlomaf ron months treatment will be promptly forwarded Tho medicines can be obtained at the nearest drug store It you do not derive prompt and satisfactory result from the use of Peruna writ atone to Dr Uartman giving a fuliaUUraent of your case arid be will ha pleased k gIve you his valuable ad Ties gratis I Address Dr Hartmaa President ot The Qartmaa Sanitarium Columbus bhto mind went to the bathroom He slipped fell and broke a leg in two places near the ankle He has been in bed since that time and the pretty part of the story is thefactthat bis good wife whom he had often abused in unmen byhllto attend to his wants And Strangely enough he has not sworn an oath since he cursed the preacher willIprivilege ofswearing alter this OllrVotIflgCntestGIVEN WQ are going to give i LADIES GOLD WjOTH guar anteed fortwenty y nrsrlg Movohiont to the mpsfptym lar Lady Teacher in Ohio CountyIAlso an Al BUGGJY to tlio most popular Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County i J Tho patrons of TuERuiUiJLicAN shall determine the Con test in tho manner folloing For eflch25c In Cash pnid on subscription to ritE ilePUBUdAN ho shall bo entitled to cas one vote for a Lady and ono for a Gentleman Teacher Arrearages advances arid new subscriptions all count alike Cut Out the coupon below fill in the urmip of tho Lady nnd Gentleman for whom you want to vote and mark tho num ber of votes you are entiled to in plain figures on tho Coupon nnd Solid it to this paper Tim contest will bo in caro of a committee to bo appointed by tile County Superintendent The ballots will be opened and counted by tho committee and tire property transferred to tho winners on tho first day of the Ohio County Teachers Institute which will bo held the first or second week in October rr 47 I P c ccwcrVotes for Miss as the most Popular Lady Teacher in Ohio County J Voths for Mr f as tho most Populnr Gentleman Teacher in Ohio County v 4 Signed r F P b r I COLLINS SALOON BABTFOBD BYHandles the BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Ryo Old W S Stone and Old International specialties BbckBeer BockBeerA yJ BB C LbINSGQa 1 lA V5 tuiuI 4 r Ir ri CtHartford Republican limit nid i titftHaHfotirati CorfiftcrxJralrS Ntnsd liHllllord pOlolliu IS mDDdclass mlil mlUeJ co tcrC30NCGl CMnatilB4ad Q the Zog nsvggJOHN hENRY T1IOMAH Editor FRIDAY JUNE 13 had ANoU7CEMFNTflFor sate ed W are aathorlHxl toi nno nw 4UIH1E H L candidate tot reduction to tbllIIUP FT M ft ome I JiJge of the Apptllate Court la the eWI und Judicial Dlatrict inlJd to the uctlon of ltf ubllcnn ForClrenUJndlCIe WI wiiiitUorii lto nnnoonro WTOWKX for Orc lt- Jadge rniilltlfttoof flakeeouety an n In the Filth JmllcUl lfletrkteubjeet totb ctloa ot the IVinoctatte petty HANNA stock is still at the head ofhi the lift of Presidential securities Ite went up ten points after the Ohio State Convention In TUB era of great meu in the United States may not bo put but certainly the era ofasses is on Carmack and Tillman are up there It is about time Republicans were interesting themselves about tin election of county and district off cers to bo elected next year WHEN the city wind mill falli and crushes out a few lives it will make an interesting news item but at thod price of orphans tears and widows heartaches SENATOR Quay has won another victory over the Wanamaker forces in the nomination of Pennypacker We hope to see a reformation itling Pennsylvania politics after Quay dies A few Democratic newspapers art continually referring to Mr Bryan as theman who ledIIX millions ofI voters Would it not be also sugges tive to refer to him as the leader who than one mill was defeated by more ion of votes WE are pleased at the interest tboI teachers and others are taking in ourt voting contest The watch and buggy we are giving away are well worth a contest and they are going to be won by the teachers going out and working for them THE King and Queen of England have accepted an invitation to dine with American Ambassador Choate the first time in many centures a British King has dined with a foreign ambassador But perhaps this is the first chance for some time that a British Sovereign has had to dine on t American Ch6ate WHAT is the matter with Augustus E Wilson for the Republican nomi nation for Governor Gus Wilson is a great lawyer and orator and hat which fit him for popular leadership and besides he hat not indulged in the family blood letting which has been so disastrous to Kentucky Republicanism for the past few years DR A D JAMES writes us that he has secured a rate of one and one third fare from all points in the district to the Judicial Convention at Leitcbfield June 25 Every Repub lican in the district who is interested in the success of the Republican ticket this tall should attend tbis convention THE forthcoming coronation of Britains King will be the most gorgeous aUalr of its kind witnessed in Europe for centuries It will bo at tended by all the show ceremony and pageantry of the palmier days of Royalty But it is the caprice of King Edward not the taste of bis subjectsthat will bring it about AN Illinois divine preached Sun tiny from the text It is harder for a camel to go through the eye of a needle etc and the very next day bis most prosperous and most pastor paying pariaber bought a local newe- paper TEe divine repented His ctibicflTof a text but the once prosperous young business man was al ready an editor NOTHING grieves the editor of ala cal newspaper more than bis inability to devote more space to death notices Almost weekly we have letters from the friends of some beloved dead which we are unable to publish be cause of their great length or per haps because the death has been al ready reported Columns of well written memorials would be very in teresting to the family and immediate friends of tbo dead but not so to the general public The death of a person not well known interests few pee pie beyond the immediate neighbor hood in which it occurs Standing by tbo grave of one we love we can not well understand why the world does not weep with us but it does not However we shall cheerfully give space to bnef well written death notices if sent in within a week or two after the death of the person wiitten of C Carried In a Cage An old Confederategsoldler sorely stricken In mind and body was carried through thelower part of title county 10 1 t r Friday evening caged like a wild anl mat1he name of the bplat prisoner Is W Pike He halls from Ohio oty lie was penned in a big wooden coop securely fastened upon top ala doubledecker moving wagon which was occupied by his wife and six children The outfit Is much like those used by hucksters to collect poultry excepting that the peny stout wooden slats to Insure the confinement ol the captive The melancholy little caravAn arilv at Mayfield Saturday and will re to main there today Pike received a In the civil war through the head which renders him liable to vic fits Seven years ago he went Lost January Mrs Pike decided to move to the Choctaw nation with her children The family started over In order to convey the afflicted and father safely It was net to keep him locked in the cage which she had built Otherwise one of his attacks he would probably do himself or some other serlna injuryThe family has now been on the road for six months They will reach the Indian territory In the fall Mrs Pike was Miss Effie Choate ol Christian county She has several brothers living In Graves county The luiptltoncd veteran served with credit in one ot the Kentucky regi ments onthe Southern side He was born and raised in Ohio county Pa NewsDemocrat FORDSVILLE KYIJune iziIss Rose Johnson has returned from an extended vhlt to MarlonMrs Tram Beatty ol the country has heed very ill but Is now improv Messrs Wilt Moore and James San derfur were in town SundaytMrs Flemlster Mrs Maddox and Crider attended the burial ol Mr L Haynes near Wbltesville last weekIMrs Will Smith near town wasI called to the bedside of her daughter Mrs Fred Lltseyof Whltesvllle who betn very sick Mrs John Runner of Warren coun is here visiting relatives- A baby girl has been lelt with Mr and Mrs Ed Qulsenberry for permanent keeping Mr Romney Renlrow of Dundee was in town one day last week Miss Marion Adair who has been In Hawesvllle for some time has re turned Mr Will Camp went to Rockport rod Saturday and spent Sunday with Mrs Camp who Is visiting relative thereDr Paul Dempster ol Glendeane was In town Tuesday Mr Clarence Smith who has Leeu holding a position for some time with Louisville firm has resigned this to find one more lucrative He and his family are vow visiting relatives In our little town Mr and Mrs Me Smith and tittles n Graham spentSrinday afternoon with Mrs Smiths parents Mr and Mrs T M Graham of near Narrows Mr J B Rice and family visited relatives in Breckenridge county last weekPresiding Elder Rushing preached at the M E Church Monday night to a large audience Mr J B Renfrow was in town Sunday on his usual visit Rumor has it that he Is soon to rob our town of one of Its sweetest girls Mr Arthur Smith was in Glen deane the latter part 01 last week Alter July the tat Mr Smith will be located in Glendeane permanently having been elected cashier of the new bank just established there Mr Leslie Walker went to Clover port one day last week Quite extensive preparations are being made by the Baptist Sunday School for Childrens Day June 20 Rev Pendleton Jones ol Owensboro is expected to give an address on that day Dinner will be served on the ground and everything as entertain Ing as can be in every respect The editor of Tim REPUBLICAN has been very kind to ask that this correspondent who was a member ol the party who went to the Mammoth Cave recently to write an account oC the trip experiences etc for his paper and which was Intimated w should attempt for this weeks publl cation however time has slipped by and we do not find our manuscript assuming creditable shape conse quently we are unable to give you this visionary journey through the cave with this correspondent m guide In this weeks paper Altho we may be able to do so at some other time Of what does a bad taste In you mouth remind you It indicates that your stomach Is in bad condition and will remind you that there is nothing so good for such a disorder as Cham berlalns Stomach Liver Tablets after having once used them They cleanse and Invigorate the stomach and regulate the bowels For sale at 15 cents per box by all druggists m Handed Girl a Note Henderson Ky June n lithe relatives of a young woman in this city could get their hands on ayoung negro Clarence Cheatham be no doubt would fare badly On Tuesday June 3 the negro walked into Ma nons candy kitchen where the young woman is employed and handed her a note saying he would soon return for an answer The girl supposed was from some of her friends cvv 1 v rv 0TZjib she read Italic VPBS frightened at Us impudenccftnd sheer audacity She Immediately turned it over tit her brother whb at once Instituted search for the negro Falling to find him the brpther finally reported the nut ter to the police who soon learned that the negro had left the city Soon after leaving the note the ne- gro returned for an answer The woman was alone In the storey The nero told her that he had comef for his answer She was frightened but told him she had given the nolea her mother who would answer Ittl Turning away the negro told the girlb that she had his life hands liea never returned for on answert1rr WILLIAMS MINES Ky Mrs R T Cooper has returned from Owensltoto ol Mr Rosco Darnnrd was the oC his brother Mr liainnrd lattl wrektlMr and Mrs Sam Reynolds wertD In Louisville SuodaycMr Frank Crane and Miss Mollie Craddock were married on the 4th instat the residence ol Mr JT Crad docks Mr Clarence Boskett has returned hotheIroui Alabama where heas been for some time IIttle Alvla Reid ts on the sicklUt Mrs Mary Vernon visited the fain Iy of Mr A M Smith at Reaver Dam last week Mr ET Cooper returned fret Indianapolis Saturday- Mr Lyman Williams Hartford representing the Cumberland Tele phone Co was in town Monday Mrs A M Smith was In town TuesdayMr Vernon Echols was the guest ol his sister Sunday Mass ConventionIPursuant to call Issued by the Sec Appellate District Republics Committee of Kentucky the Repub llcans of Ohio county are hereby call ed to meet In Mass Convention at the court house In Hartford Ky Saturday June 21 1932 at I oclock p m for the purpose 01 selecting delegates to the Second District Appellate convention at Leltchfield Ky June 25 Each county will be entitled to one delegate for each ion votes or fractioi over filty cast for Wm McKinley for President in J900- NICHOLAS BARRASS Chinn Lyons Laxative SyrupI- s a vegetable preparation absolute harmless in its effect acts gently on the kidneys liver and bowels cures cot ttipatlon biliousness sick headache clears complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for children as well as adults For sale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy J In Memory Flossie Washstella McKinney was born July n 1888 In Warrick county Ind died June 6 1902 age thi teen years ten months and twenty four days She was a loving obedl ent daughter and loved her mamma and brother very devotedly and a ways tried to relieve her mamma t every duty that she could She was a patient sufferer and lelt strong evl dence that she was gone to be with Jesus and the angels Mother desks that all her school mates the pall bearers and all who love her meet dear Flossie in heaven A FRIEND CROMWELL KY The sick ol this place are Improv ingMisses Verda Stewart and Dell Norman of Select spent Sunday with Miss Henry Trout Mrs Virge Stewart and danghtei oi Beaver Dam are spending the week with Mr Bill Tillord Miss Addle Barnes of Prentla vis- ItedI the family of Mr Warren Taylor this week- Mr Leo Glllstrap has come horn to spend his vacation Mr Roy MIllerHartford is visiting Mr J W Taylor this week writeThe abon IllInatre II on tbe every bottle of the Rtnulne OWCN5 PINK MIXTURGthe babys from blrtb until he has his teeth All druggists Why Gravy Held His Job Messrs Welsh Marks are contractors for the masonry of Mr Join C Rlleys new business house Gravy N a colored mortar mixer anL hod carjier Messrs Welsh Be Marks brought over from Owensboro Gravy does twice the work and tour times the talking of any other colored laborer on the job Haitlord whisky aids Gravys digestion and on Sundays he makes up his lack oi exercise with additional whisky Monday morning Gravys diges tlon was away above the normal and in order to keep it there he multipli ed his drinks numerically and quan tarlcally with the result that Messrs Welsh Marks discharged him Gravy said he was going back to Owensboro but he didnt go and heres the point weve been driving too In the reason why Gravy did not leave while this building Is in process of erection there is a lesson for every young man in the country and some older ones as well The reason Messrs Welsh Marks did not let Gravy leave was that he did his work better than anybody else they could get to do it The man who gives better service than anybody else can give to the individual company or corporation for which he works will nevertannt lor a job It is the man who makes his services indispensable who never lays awake of nights through tear 61 los foin ji i t s r T very strong personal attachment has made his services Indispensable and alter a little merited chastisement goto both to his wage This simple anecdote of a simple negro carries a lesson by which many of us might profit Card of Thanks I desire through the columns oC valuable paper to thank the who were so very kind to me and my family during the sIcknesst my daughter Flossie Words are feeble to express roy thankfulness I pray Gods blessing upon themI shall ever remember them andI kindness MRS LAURA MCKINNRV Hanged to aTr eISalisbury N CJund II Amob about filty masked men hrokelntoI jail at I oclock this morning and Harris and James Gltlesple boys to the outskirts of the and hanged then to a treeI bodies were then riddled wIthI bullets The negroes were charged with thet murder ol Miss Cornelia Benson In Rowan county Monday SheriflJtI- tan summoned a tumber 6r 41tra deputies in the jail bnttbeywereHol able to withstand the mob Deafness Cannot bo urou by local applications as they cannotJ reach the diseased portion ofthe ear There Is only one way to cure dearness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by at inflamed condition of themucous Hn Ing ot the Kutachlan Tube When this tube Is Inflamed yon have tI rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it Is entirely closed Deafness Is the result and unless the In Datamation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will be dlstroyed forever nine cases out often are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but infin ed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollar for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hallt Catarrh Cure Send fur circulars free F J dIsNEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 750 21I011s Family Pills are the best BiiQiiesl Buggies Biiggies I have on hand a nice lot of Celebrated AMES Buggies and Surries that I will sell CHEAP These are the very BEST Ve hides made and if you are in need of a Buggy or Surrey give me a call A C TAYLOR LiTcrymruJ Kyrnil Kinds Building Material IeI wish to notify the that I have purchased the saw and plan ing mill of JWFordnca Rough river bridgeHart ford and after adding 5 new woodworking ma chines am prepared to manufacture and furnist theyIterial line I have a large stock of pine Ceiling am Flooring Doors Sash Columns Screen Doors Moulding and all kind of inside finishings Custom sawing and planing done to order Parties having Walnut Oak Poplar Beech 01 Gum to sell will find a market by calling on B B Collins or the under signed I will give you satisfactory prices iri all dealings Give me a call JNO R PHIPPS The PrizeContestC- entertown Ky JD1Ie9iiUt ir REPUBLICAN I herewith respond ta your invitation lor nominations la your teachers prize contest Iwil name Miss Dena Woodward oftbl place for the winner ol the goli watch and Mr M D Maddox qI Smallhouse for the buggy Pfeas send me some extra coupons and I will swell your subscription list dowi here Centeitonn is going tohavi one or both of those prizes TUACiiKR Rosine Ky June ii EdltorRs PUBLICAN Noticing your Invltatloi for nominations In your voting con test I want to put In nomination aa the most popular lady teacher Miss Artie Mule Wilson of tbisplace and for the most popular gentleman Mr James Duff of Olaton I also Inclose check for my subscription and e votes each for Miss Wilson and Duff UM Fordsvllle Ky Junezoflftor REPUBLICAN Allow me jftTnbnlinate as candidates In your prize ontet Miss Daisy Godsey and Mr J W Odell There are not two more popular teachers In the county thanliss God sey and Mr Odell and I want to In vlte every patron of Tim RKPUBLICAN J UrI rr f = = MALARIA ij I Means bed air ahd whether it Enemy lO Healthcomes from the low lauds and marshes of the country or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities and towns its effectupon the human system is the same These atmospheric are breathed into the lungs and taken up by the blood and the foundation of some long debilitating illness is laid Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia torpid anti enlarged liver kidney troubles and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible foe Malaria Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system because liver and kidneys tail to act and are poured into the current until it becomes so and sluggish that the poisons literally break the skin and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers and various eruptions of an indolent character appear depleting the system and threatening life itself The germs and poisons that so and weaken the body and destroy lifegiving properties the blood rendering it thin and watery must be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient can hope to gtt rid of Malaria and its effects SSS docs this and quickly produces an entire change in theblood reaching every organ stimu biting them to vigorous healthy action S S S possesses not only purifying but tonic properties and the general health improves and the appetite increases almost from the first dose There is no Mercury Potash Arsenic or oUter mineral in S S S It is and entlrel a vegetable remedy Write us atout your case and our physicians will gladly help you by their dvlce to regain your health nook on atid skin diseases sent free TilE JTWIIT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Gtu vote lor them Please write me your rates for Tug RiruuuCAN taken for less than a year as I believe I roe could get tome subscribers here lot three or six months who might not take It for a whole year TBACIIBR I NOTE TUB REPUBLICAN Is sent three motolbs for 350 or six months 1 forsoc Send them isiLd 7CATTLRChoice to prime shipping steers 6 10 6 35 Medium to good steers 5 85 6 lo Choice butcher steer 5 40 5 75 Medium to good butchers 4 6c 5 to Common to medium 4 oo 4 60 Canners I 75 2 25 Good to choice feeders 4 50 4 75 Common to medium 3 o 3 50 Good to extra stock steers 4 or 4 50 Common to medium 30c34cG- ood to med slock heifers z 50 3 oo Plain light mixed stockers 2 5 J3 oo Good to choice bulls 3 50 4 10 Medium to good bulls 3 25 3 50 Choice veal calves 5 250 S 50 Coin to medium calves 3 50 4 50 Choice to fancy milch cows 350c45o Medium to good a5 oo ju 00I Plain common iy oc 2500 HOGS Choice packing butchers 200 to Ibs 11ChoIceChoice pigs 93 to 120 5 75 6 15 I Gcod pigs 50 to 90 4 sessR- oughs I ISo to S o 5 5c 6 60 SHEEP AND LAMBS I Good to extra shipping 4 4C0 4 51I Pair to good 300e351 Common to medium 2 50 3 oo Bucks 2 250 3 oo Extra spring lambs 70o Seconds 5OO5So Good buther lambs 4 oo 4 50 Common tailend lambs 3 OcfJ 400 POULTRY We quote hens at 120 per pound spring chickens t so2 50 per dot en I5i8per lb young ducks 9C per tb young turkey 73c old C7 TUB GRAIN WARKKT WheatNew No2 red and long berry Sac No 3 red and longberry 780 rejected 23 less on levee ic leuCornNo 2 white 6jtfc No 2 mixed 6c No2 yellow 66fe No 3 white 670 NO3 mixed 6sc No 3 yellow 6sJc OatsNo 2 white 46Je No 2 mixed 4sMc RyeNo 2 650 The prices for wheat are those paid by dealers the quotations for corn oats and rye are selling prices TIlE PROVISIONS MARKET Mess Porki7oi Hams Choice sugarcured tight and special curs ia4c heavy to medium ial3C Bacon Clear rib sides rae regular clear aides i2Vc packed breakfast bacon J3i4 c sugarcured shoul ders toe bacon extra sac LardPrime steam In tierces lotfc choice leaf in tierces nc in tubs szgcpnre leaf lard in tierces jatfcj in firkins wtfc Bulk Meatf Ribs nc regular clear sides ujf extra short nc Look a0he Date On you label Tind yQU can readily calculate how much you aic owing on your sub scription It may seem a verysmall item to eachono in arrears but tile sum total amounts to a considoral sum and wo need it in our business Dont put it off but pay it Felix Monroe Dead Leltchfield Ky June 9- fdrFetlx Monroe a lumberman died here at noon Saturday of Brights die ease lIe ran a planing mill at Beaver Dam and up to a few weeks ago lived at that place lIe was well known among the lumbermen of Western Sick HeadacheFoo- d rFood doesnt well Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coated Its your liver1 Ayers Pills are liver pills they cure dys pepsia biliousness 2SC All drunlitl V Ytsut iou moniucb or ear4 a UMtitul brown vr rich black t Then mo 1 BUCKINGHAMS DYEMftr- M I nt n Muu t N I PH l A eo Kunu LW hftuL =LLJ 1 n Kentucky lie was filtysix years bl age and was tbe lather of Harry Mon I of this place Drop Into Lee Cblnns saloon and see his new fixtures Wueit In town Masonic Barbecue The second annual celebra tion of Dundee Lodge No at Sylvaniil Park Dun Ky Juno 28 Prof Baker tho worlds greatestI highwiro walker present and perform nets of nerve and feats of skill on a wire at a dixy height con eluding by turning n double somersault from the wire an living into tho river fifty fee below Wall Paper Designs new and very attractive Call and see it Z WAYMR GBIPKW BRO CaSTOnzaBuitha1kLiadyosHssMrnaih t atrr 1110 i Both Feet Cut Off The little son olChatles Flannagan who lives near West Louisville lost both feet In an accident which cccur Tuesday afternoon Mr Ilannagan was snowing hay and his boy who was eight years old was hunting In the grass for a quail nest Ills lather did rot see him drove the machine on him Both his feet were cut off at the an kles Drs Clayton and McCain were sum rnond as soon as possible They dressed the wounds and the boy is do big as well as possible though It Is by no means certain he will live owing to loss of blood shock and danger ol bIoodpoisoningIquirer A Miraculous FeatIt seemed that nothing short of a miracle could save my little daughter from an untimely death says Marshall A H Malcolm of CherokeeKan When two years old she was taken with stomach and bowel trouble and despite the efforts of the best physicians we could procure she grew gradually worse and was pronOunced in curable A friend adv- isedNervineNfl and after giving it a few days the began to improve and final ly fully recovered he is now past five years of ago and the very picture of health Bald fcr an Druggist Dr Mites Medical Co Elkhart Ind J Nasal fv ivs CATARRH b co la HI iGfo- ihould U deinUnu1IVtR g7 EIjs Cream Balm ftIootheaaDdtho dluued membnne 50 Ztciiiecztsnhe5dleiwyacoi4 k qalckl Cream Balm Ii placed Into lbs nostrils sprsi ant tin acmbnot sod U btorbed BilUt U Immediate lid a CUN follow It It tot dfrlna01oel- DOt produce meeting Ltrje Size M oenti at Drat IiUotbrmAlll TrltlSUelOcnUbrmtlL SLY JJUOTUEIia M Wtrren stet New YOlk s GO TO HINS SALOOII FOR FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES t BEER ETC CIGARS AND TOBACCO fl Hurdle Rye Specialty 0LEEIIAUTrOHDus bLz I 7 I 7ATLot 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 are 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 every article we sell you shall give you perfect satisfactionSummer Clothing Our lipq of Sorgo Coats and Vests Crush Suite mid Pants is complete and tho prico is within reach of all Our nll thoyeararound Suits and odd Pants wore never moro attac tire tit tho low prices wo charge lor them than this Benson BOYS AND CHILDRENS SUITS IAnd odd Pants arc certainly tradewinners and you have only to look at this lino to ho convinced that our store is the lest placo to fitjip the largo and small boys Mens FurnishingsIof Underwear Collars antI CuiU Shirts in fact 11ovcrthing a man wears are worthy of your attention and itwo arc sure to soil you if you look through theo lines AVo cnn save you money and give you strictly llreUclass goods Millinery Goods Now things every day in this department If wo cant plcaso you in this deparment you had just as woll give it up that you cant be pleased Wo have the material and wo know how to make a that is becoming to iiiy111Cc Shoes1 Shoes1 Wo attribute our success in this department to our buying direct from first hands and selling nothing to our trndo hut strictly honcstriundu Shoes and Slippers made on lIjItAIdato lasts at a very low price You cnn see hero mow S ICJ and Slippers than at any other store in this county You will Idlilld prices lowest when you consider thllun1it got us your Shoo business Buyonly Shoes and you are sure to save money E11BANESBROlleaverDarnJARNAGIN Y i seaVer Qcm sYAre still at their Dig Building on Main Street saving the pea tile money on their celebrated lino of Canton Farm Imple ments and the Milburn Wsgon itrongrtt and belt niailcI A O Buggies fully guaranteed Richmond Wheat Drilli Iho only Drill with a detached fertilizer and seed hopper We are county agents for the JC Case Engines and Thresh ers including Pea Bullets Wo are agent lor McCormtck Harvesting Machinery such ai Binders Mowers Corn Harvest ers and Shredders Your patronage it solicited Prices the lowest and quality guaranteed Yours Iletpy JARNAGIN Y1LLI4M 7 Hfiawflf Dam K7r Now is the Time to Buy a I8Lgg37 car Slrrey If you want tho BEST buy an AMES It Jias stood tile test of time Built of timber bought from home people Bodies all made in our own factory byskilled workmen Our guarantee is therefore of some value Now Styles and Fresh work can always ho found at our General Agents A C TAYLOR Hartford Ky CAPACITY of our Factory 20000 Finished Ve hides per annum P A AMES A CO- cwe1abcD1c Ir 11 Uerlaii Telethon AND Telegraph COMPANY Operating NCORroRATRDI 14In Kentucky Indiana Mississippi and by Its Long Distant line with all principal points In thirtyfive States and Territories has established an exchange inHnttford and eurronnd tug country They wish to make their service comprehensive and valuable as possible and make a specialty livingIstore Hartford Ky c P Nowtm Manager A9LAlJD PATIN AGENTS FORJpc U01d t Office County Court Clerks Office p 4 FOR THIS SEASONWe at retail the Celebrated Delker Buggies 1riv log Wagons Phaetons sad Surreys at WHOLESALE prices for CASh Tills work- is original in design correct in proportion graceful in out line Standard of over 40 Wi ha- veBuggies From laOTJO up Ifjnwotit of anything in tho Vehicle line we can save you money Call rind Inspect our Styles nd yj- 4fJOHfr Cl DELBERtSONS1IMIS K Mali 8t Ouriuboro Uf f I v I j 11i A or t ti tn 1a 1 f 1 It f t Nt Jl 0 ii i 1 iii i vv Yv1 itu Was never better than NOW for now is the Z time whim our Bargains are biggest and brightest 2fr In our houso you will find our diflbront dopart taunts complete with tho latest Sumner Wear g Wo are ofl ling now some special things in thin Waal Goodsrqualitics that usually 011 at l6c to t18eour special price is lOc If you are looking for sheer White Goods such JL as Paris Muslin Nainsook India Linens Corded 1 and Check Novelties late wo have thorn at from Co to 7fic per yard r have received another piece of tho Minch tWo black Cheviot for Skirting a regular 75o our special price SOc ydsNitt per 0 fy or were sold for lcsthnn 200 Whilo Curtain 4f Pubs to match at tOe each 4 In our Clothiiig Department wo are making r isomo special prices on Summer wear such as I jfa Serge Coats Black Luster Goats Linen Suits Etc c Now wouUL ho an excellent time to got any of these goods at a special price ti Our Staple Department is in a healthy condi jr lion Wo are still soiling Shirting Domestic Ta bio Linen Bleached Cotton Cotlonade Elcchcai ior than our compotilors Try us and see if we don- tj Bring us youriVHams Eggtf Chickens Feathers M Elf 1mideG HEM EMBER THE PLACE i e Qt air iQets- ti r At a L Y Biliousness Makes Chronic Invalids Wa UM Uw U torpid u4 WU la 4olu work tale bttlat roe brood u a rnuM pouoTbSa- mmw cctgdua bU1ont e ask besdebbrn- ud makrU TU only trtttmcat Was gtf M IM UTW pen Uu nab touch aDd taro NtUln work 10 M rip UMTU 1AVOlts LIVER PILLS J ANDTONICPELLETS 1 Tbr pffl loootiM UM aver aid MM poUeU Gat lie mtlO sow lor 9 Urt oat ccau and m IM roar eua U eeodlnly Ud row s win lr wellbefon roe bleb hem Bwnpto frM For uleurau delen I For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 13 a I Loaded rhetls Carson Bros I i Tweddell makes good weal Try him tf I Everything good to eat at City Res taurnnt I 1 wiClly Restaurant la chock full o vi Nicest Frnlts in Hartford at City RestaurantMr I Taylor went to Louisville Wednesday 7 I Late seed potatoes for sale at Carson Bros I 1 Mr John R Braver Olaton asln town Wednesday 4 Gallon Carson Bros for anything In the grocery line Cheese Sausage Ham and Crackers at City Restaurant The fruit crop In Ohio county Is al most an entire failure I Cheese Sausage Dried Jet CnCckeis at Cleveller I Soda water Lemonade and Phos fo phales et City Restaurant I I resheetand DalntlestineOICake In Hattford it City Rertaurant 1 When passpg stop and see Cleve I rt liars locentglasawareconnter W Myfroyl whatdelicibus Ice Cream and Sfierbet at City Restaurent I Cleve Her pays highest market 1kprice for HamaBntterandEgg Anew supply oftiiaiiningelotthi n enlt- 1l J Mr A D Romans Caney vllle Will In town Tuesday Dr Coleman and wife are visiting- In DavieucountyMr In Lonlsvlllfthe first of the week Dr A F Stanley was right sick the first ol the week Dr J W McCarty Fordsvllle was in Owen boro Monday 1Prof Bloomer Renfrew of Neafus called on us Monday Everybody went to Child rea Day at No Creek Sunday Dr Hollcroft and wife of Select were in town Wednesday Mrc W Morgan Maxwell gave us a pleasant call Monday IMr Nathan Thayer of Owensboro was in Hartford Wednesday The Ohio County Medical Associa tion met here Wednesday Mr G W Armstrong ot Casey vllle was In town Tuesday lIon A S Bennett Is spending a few weeks in Montgomery Ala lCol C M Barnett Is confined to his room with an attack of wumpe Mr R D Walker was in Owens boro on legal business last week IMessrl C E Morrison and Randall Collins went to Owensboro Monday Just received a new line of Choco later and other candlesat Clevellers Mr Alex Grigsby of theConcord nelghbortioldcalled DO us yesterday Setnpre Giovlne Queen of all Skin Foodi can be had at Mrs Hard wickshomeantlt biro Bacon returns OHARTFOROS LADY LAWYERS 1 I I I IT MISS MARY SMITH MISS LAURA MORTON Mlsnes Mary Smith read LSUM Morton who at the May term of the Ohio Circuit Court were granted license to practice laware the first lady lawyers to enter the profession here Miss Mary Smith Is a daughter of Mr T J Smith who 1J well known In Ohio county She Is at present engaged on the clerical force of the Bank ol Hartford Miss Morton Is a daughter of the late Jno P Morton and has been for some years Deputy Circuit Court Clerk here If brains count with the Court and beauty with the jury these young ladles have a bright legal career before them Girdle Corsets at Fairs Hoosier Brown Domestic 4c at Fairs Newest creations in Wash Goods at I lain New Ribbons Laces and Insertions I at Fairs a6 Inch pure linen lor skirts soc per yard at Pairs Latest things In White and Black Silk Goods at Fairs Pound Prints 50 to 75 yards in roll I 1 per roll at Pairs Mr and Mm P r Felix and children returned from Louisville Monday Messrs Hleazar and W D Mitch ell Fordsvllle were In town Wednes day City Restaurant is the most upto date in Hartford Call and see for yourself Miss Mary Dent ol LeltchOeld Is expected here next week to visit Miss Nell Austin Circuit Clerk S A Anderson went to Owensboro Wednesday and return ed yesterday Ney Foster son of Mr Jpo B Fos ter has accepted a position in A D Whites grocery Attorney Ernest Woodward went to McIIenry yesterday to spend a week with his parents Carson Bios the Grocers will deliver Groceries at your house Give them a call The latest news from the Hartford fishing parties is that they are alt sober but hungry I Judge JP Miller is sick of stomach trouble and has not been in his of fice for several days We have clothes built to hold theC boys that are hard on them CARSON Co Mr Iva Nail who Is with the Cumberland Telephone Co In Indiana was at hoeSundayCOar 250 Spring Neckwear Is as hand some ai the Soc kind most stores sell CARSON Co Mr Jake usher of Paradise KyJ was In this section the first of the week buying elm timber Mr Z 0 King of Peewee Valley delivered a temperance lecture in court hall Monday night New Creations in Mens lines The Bwelleat are hereiCARSON Co Mrs T II Allen of Hatresvllle is visiting her grandson Mr and Mrs John B Wilsons weeblt of a boyIi That hot spell is on the road Hows your thin underwear Plenty here CARSON co The wheat harvest has begun In some sections of this county The crop is reported below the avmgeI The figured patterns In our S mer Shirts are new Come and see CARSON Co Mrs Tisba Johnson of Barren noun ty will arrive here Sunday to visit the family of Mr Robert Forrester Many a boy has been hung on a nail because he had on a pair of our Tough Trousers CARSON Co For the next week we will give 8c j per pound for hens and tic per J for hams CARSON CoIt Mr Jo Carson left Tuesday for An dersonvllle where be goss to visit his brothers in law S W and Henry Ben nett I I1I1ItMarshal S O Keown ol Pordsvllle1 brought Clint Smith and Arthur i Johnson here Tuesday evening and lodged them In jail where they will pay a lineal 900 each for a breach of the peace According to Johnsons story he and Smith met one Walter 011lastDarnell about sweartng that they Johnson and Smith had peen selling whisky Dardalittnckto his story and when Johnson entered a plea of denial flcal1ed him a damned liar whereupon Johnson assaulted Darnell Johnson and Smith were arrested and taken before Esquire Evans and fined 900 each I n Mrs Dr Joe T Miller returnedj Monday from a ilslt to IrlenBs at Greenville Mr Wade Strattonwho has been Louisiana for some time came home Wednesday It dont pay to buy poor clothes for the boys and yon wont if you buy here CARSON Co Mrs C B Morrison is this week with relatives at Reyaol and Fordsvllle Mrs Lou Barrett Sacramento visiting the families of Mr Hen Field and Dr Joe Miller Now is the time to buy thin dress goods Our stock is complete Come and see CARSON Co Mr James Wedding and wile Sntt Iphnr Springs visited the family of Judge R R Wedding Saturday and Sunday Partners In the Western and Sontht ern parts of the county report tbeI crops suffering seriously from the drouth Superintendent JamesDeWeese whoC has been spending the past two week- with his mother at Trlster will return Sunday Miss Florence Morton and her guest Miss Belle Morton of Owensboro will spend next week at Sulphur Springs Cot C M Barnett has sold to Mattie Barrett the residence propert- on Clay Street now occupied by froJWill Fair Mrs P IL Haffey and Miss Mary Wedding ol Wbltesvllle visited Mrs Julia A Wedding here commence ment week Ice Cream Ice Cream Soda Ice Soda Lemonade BonBons Coca all kinds of Ices and everything coolat Griffins Parties desiring Ice delivered Sunday morning will leave their orders Saturday evening with R T Collins Leslie Wedding Little Miss Daisy Wedding Louis vllle came down Monday and will pend the summer with her father R R Wedding Just received a big line of all th newest things in Ladies and Misses Slippers L ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORE lion Charlie Crowe of WhlteavlUei was In Hartford Saturday Charlie us a pleasant call while in townII was greatly appreciated t1Siorereceived every weekIs MRS SARA COUONS SMITH Bring yonr Wool Feathers Chick enl and to the Goods StoreAMRS SARA COLLINS Surra Rough River Lodge No rto K o will hold memorial services at Oakwood Cemetery Sunday afternoon The public is invited to be prcaenLlJ Mrs Dr S J Wedding and little 1 son Walter returnee from Earllng p ton Monday where they had been visiting Mrs Weddlrigs brother Drw T D Renfrew r Logan Baker of Narrows who was operated on for tuberculosis ol the bowels ometlme ago is decided better and his friends now enter hopes of his recoveryhMaster Earl Raley of Louisville who has been visiting the family ofy his uncle Mr M L Heavrin went to Horse Branch yesterday to visit grandfather Mr J W Raley ot Mr John Sep Mosley whose dying condition we reported last week passed into the great beyond Thurs day night and his remains were in terred in Oakwood Cemetery Friday Dr A R flyers of Orayton county was in town Saturday Dr Byer- will be eighty years old soon and hasI led a very useful life as Ftornpreacher and representative Houses ol the Kentucky Legislature The following gentleman left Hart feItbte fishing RE Slmmermaa Marvin I Beep WH Moore A IWhlltW STlnaley and WD lGIr r= Lite seed potatoes at Clcve llclii when passing stop and nee Clev Tiers glass pitchers Just received a new line ol glas n pitchers at Clcve llera Everybody come to the Masonic Barbecue at Dundee June aS See Pairs fancy Hosiery Prettiest In town Price ro to 500 pair Miss Isabelle Cox returned lam Monday from a three weeks visit to friends In Ulkton Everybody come to the Mason Barbecue at Dundee and hear the old time fiddlers contest II1aitord and Central city ball team will cross bats here Saturday niter noon admission 15 cents Mrs M S Rngland who has bee visiting her daughter Mrs Lee Can on at Peurod will return home urday If you want to see the biggest crowd of the season came to the Ma sonic Barbecue at Dundee Ky June the 28th This office Is thoroughly fitted out todp alj kinds ol b work Our Job press prints bills 12x18 Inch ttfng + your wbrk II R L Tweddell la now ready tin o grind your corn Satisfaction guar antced Mill located south end Iron badge Hartford Ky tf Remember the singing sasses are all invited to take part in the contest for the gold medal at the Masonic Barbecue at Dundee June 28 erectdse dwelling house in North Hartford which when completed will be 1eoccupied by Deputy Sheriff R L f Boyd Mrs William Welsh and Mrs Clay tVil4oyteofOwenaboroheve joined their husbands here who are doing the masonry on Mr John C Rlleys building The colored Babtlst Sunday school Convention here this week was well attended ProfS E Smith the din tinglshed colored leader ol Owens was present Mr Chesterfield Cole of Dundee who has been suffering of some per trouble ol his head and whose reportededecidedly improved The liquor election at Rockport Saturday resulted in a victory for them wets Whisky will now be legally in Hartford Deanfield Roslne Render and Rockport County Clerk M S Ragland huI attractiveyof his house which adds very materially to its appearance Just ecelvedia beautiful line of Gents Spring and Summer wear Our young mens Norfolk Suits are nobby ECONOMY DRY GOODS STORK Five lady and loaf gentleman teachers have been voted for so far In our prize contest one lady receiving twelve votes at the hands of an adtmirer who declined to vote at for a gentleman teacherrMessrs Jno T Moore W II Barnes Ellis Thomas T H Black Harve Condlt S T Stevens and Clarence Field are the guests MrSamM6rton Ceralvo this week Really this Is witheat Mr Mortons MrW L Ragland and wife were erlpusly but not dangerously hurt e nounty were on their way to visit Mrs Rowlands parents when the team scared at a bl and ran with above resu tIher Randolph Wedding of the polled States Navy stationed on the t Battleshlp Alabama Brooklyn Navy Yard visited his mother Mrs Julia Wedding last week and Indden tlally married Miss Rowena Reid ol Weddingralter which Mr Wedding and wife went to Rockport Mr Wedding left unday for Brooklyn Mrs Wedding 11 remain with herparents atRock ott for the present ProfeC H Bills ofnear townt ill bemarried to Miss Corlnne Lenq cjtjro qfdaihoon Jnlyaj at 10In the Baptist Church at thatf place Rev Crostfield of the Christian Church Owenesboro will officiate Prof Ellis is one of Ohio countys most progressive teachersI recently graduated tre College Danville Ky and is a man of high moral charac ter honest upright and christlar like The brldelobe is a daughter Judge B F Landrnm of Calhoon Old Uncle Dan Kelley died at his residence near Tllfbrd In Butler 1 county last week Uncle Dan was extrenlely eccentric and spent a large share 61 the last days ol bra Itfe hunt geek While not hunting for his partner Uncle Dan devoted time chiefly to prayer and song May node Dans widow follow heav enward his wandering soul as faith fully as he followed her wandering epi in this valley of tears Wanted Booze IrisrepoffedhliethstllobDanlel Jack Neighbors Ernelt Burlc and Ernest Williams broke IntotbeIC RRrtobl house at Beaver Darn Mon h It t M Blctc1iHair Vigorforpleated with it It certainly re grayhairHelen KllkcnnyNewPortUnd ItAyers Hair Vigor has restoring color to gray hair for fifty years lcan it never falls to do workeither You can rely upon it for your keepingryour grown outyou k bottle lie loro and RIrehena- morronraaarelepreuolna Addreu J tOIoIIM day night and took out a velocipede for the purpose ol going to Rende- for booze However on the way down the velocipede broke down and boyesI t Dam At si hearing Tuesday Before the Beaver Dam rbllce Court they were each fined fifty dollars Daniel and Neighbors arranged their fines but Emits and Williams who are reo cently from Tennessee were atlll In the lockup at last accounts XRay Machine Messrs C P Nowlin Addis Pate Or L B Dean the editor of The Her alai and the editor of this paper are Indebted to Dr B W Ford for a ape cial exhibition Monday night of the mysteries ol his new Xray machine This machine ii not the most ntefnl Is at least the most wonderful of the electrical inventions The electricity for the operation of this machine U developed by a number of rotating glass discs which set the molecules of the airIn the closed bux la motion and the molecular friction develops the electricity which Is conveyed to the Crooks tube by conductors The Crooks tube is an oblong glass spheroid containing a vacuum which when charged gives ofl a pale green ish yellow light called the X ray This unknown light Is so called because XU represents an unknown quantity The Xray light with ref to the air is of very low illum ating power bnt it pierces solids with magical effect A pocketbook exposed to the Xray light shows the silver nickel or cop coins with remarkable accuracy and the outlines of an ordlnany door key were plainly visible through two books aggregating three inches in thickness The hand or foot when viewed Ihronghthe fluroscope shows only the bony structure Viewing the skeleton of a living being is a grewtome apcctable but a truly won derful sight But the moat remarkable and fad natlng action that it has ever been our privilege to witness was to look a human body illuminated by unknown light and see the heart and fell in its ceaseless labor of sustaining tire Aside from Its Xray attachments the Static machine is coming into favor for the electrical treatment of nervous disorders and rheumatic troubles The above alznaturt U ror PINKveryMIXTURBthe friend fnm birth until ho hasMs regret All 4ntff Utt pDtdeuce at Beda Wednesday morning Foster was In usual healthTuesday evening shaved himself and did his ta usual night work and WAS a corpse at ocok next morning His death was due to heart failure Dr Foster was 78 years old at the time of his death and had led a long and useful lifeDr Foster was a native of Pennsyl vania but came to Ohio county when- a boy He enlisted In the ifith Ken tucky Infantry September 1861 and served as a private until alter the bat = tie of Shiloh in 1862 when heAasI made hospital surgeon and served ntil the close ol the war He was successful Jarm uand Amassed uite a little fortune He leaves two Mr John B Foster of Hart ord and Mrs Azro Rowan He was burled in Mt Hermon cemetery Wed nesday A large congregation ot friends and relatives attended the in ferment For Sale Ono Wind Mill in the town of Hartford Ithas boon used comparatively little If not sold privately before it will sold at action at the IJCoon trio first Monday in Au ust 1902 For particulars on or address J P Miller- or A D White committee Hartford Ky tf Marriages Mr RT Wedding Hartford to Miss Rowena Reid Rockport Mr A T Williams Ceralvo to Miss Hettle B Williams Ceralvo Mr David DellkesIndiana to Miss Mary L Carter Centettown MR MlI Tappan BeaverDam to Bliss Inla Shugart Beaver Data rr i a fI BIG TALK Therell be lots of it now The discount season is now at handthe season whenlthe windy announcements of big discounts on Clothing and Wash Dress Goods appear These spasms always come two or three times a year Our discount season lasts the whole year around We have built up our mammoth business by always selling at lower prices yourwill always find by comparison that ourit prices are from one to three dollars less on the same quality than elsewhere Ifyou will compare s our prices with those of others you will find that every article ini our store is marked at or below zelOr We know that this is the best method for building up and holding business Remember we carry complete lines of General Merchandise and Furniture We take in exchange for goods all kinds of Country Produce f such as Wool Chick J ens Eggs Feathers Ginseng Yellow Rood Etc i A glad hand of welcome awaits every caller Yours trulyj4 Carson CO Hartford Ky Hartfords Bargain Store Has an Elegant Stock of f t t f lI A general line of Merchandise Clothing and GentsFurnishing Goods will bema o a specialty A choice line of Ladies and Gents Fine Shoes in fact everything kept in a firstrclass General Store To the PublicThose goods wore bought for cash and will be sold to the coplo at tho very shortest profits Como and examine my lock and compare my prices Tho BEST prices paid in Hartford for Country Produce ken in exchange for goods Load up your wagons with 1 Country Produce bring your wife and daughters along and eturn with the best BARGAINS you ever had 7 SAM BACH a Proprietor In JavaNatives do sot glaze coffee with a cheap and Impure coating They I have too high a regard for health as well as for the naturally delicious t flavor of their popular bury Tko alaraIIItouch or glaze their high priced Java Why u never glazed Os Llon RflffAA adulterated It U JUST PURE Coffee ibdlaaokt tawdrorseastr aile ttaaw Farmers Bttentionl Best recleaned Stock PeasWhippoorwill go at t9SfGlay 165 First come first served Yours for business T J TURLEY CO a Notice The Hartford Water Mill Cording Machine will be open for badness this season Bring on your wool tf J W Ford Rr Sale Raloe young Jersey cow and calf TLGRrpPIN M Hartford Ky j ICEIICEI I will deliver lee= morning in HartfotdPartles- wanting Ice will call on Estll Park or myself R T COLONS ChamberlalaSto repJatethcliverand permanent rare For sale by all druggists rg i Notice r1 have this day set my gins Obed Allen free given him his time and I wilt not hereafter be reapopslbwlfer his conduct or contract Tbla June 4i 1902 J TAtMBf 1 1Fr r h 1t i 1 II r I q V I Wii Tho Kind You Have Always Bought nntl which lias been In HSO for ocr 30 years has Loruo tho KijjnaUirq oC nnil lins bccu made under Ills per i49r fioiml supervision since its infancy 0 Allowno ono to clccclvo you Iii this AU Counterfeits Imitations nnclJustnsgooclMnro but Experiments tlitit trifle with and endanger the licnlth of Infants mill Children Experience agalust Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorla is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops nnil Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nnrcotlo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms Jind allays Povcrishncss It cures Diarrhoea mill AViutl Colic It relieves Teething1 Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural Bleep Tho Childrens PauaccaT1io Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS r Roars tho Signature of d The Kind You Hale Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMCCCNTAWM COMMNf TY UNVSTtIT NlWVOftft CITY 0 NO BLANKSEVERYBODY GETS A PRIZE 250000CASH PRIZES FREE YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO TWO GOOD PAPERS- A GUESS IN THE CONTESTS ADeauUtuI PICTUE Worth SI UkoThIco ALL FOR THE PRICE OF ONE PAPER TilE REMARKABLE OFFER THE WEEKLY AMERICAN NASHVILLE TCNM ndour rniUo th follovlnielTcn To tliOBuUcnbcroriubsrritxTJloboih ps j era from whom wo receive the correct or MhohHmirih curnhPICTURES 11X14 INCHES ClnrtaiTllI Term from hor J100I to NOT soy I 1W lncltnlT CRih J1rlzu will be as follows a II Received In December January February or MarchOOOOO I A and If Received In April May or Juno 0It ReceiveS In July Ausust or Septembcr500OO 9 THEN AU EXTRA 50000 IS SET A5JCE4 1- nuklnir P to tMM In nlll which will bo dovldfj equally among nil who guru cern wllhln one IliiuiUrtd ot the cOrrlCI taih Ono hundred 0 0 chbrw allow ou 2111 clianeniUIS THIS CONTEST THERE AtE NO BLANKS AS YOU CAN CERTAINLY GET WITHIN 100 OF IT UlIORTMIT1t i dlollDcllT nthriod nod agreed thai tho Wetl American Is 01 iy J- ha1d br lua utah thomon T hnrea otlertd in prizea anI that our 0- I e In any wnl held rpobILlooraudiornT partotthoinme addition to iocssh pr1znA ei11 iibperibr in 1 ono stamp to piT poitago will recelvo ono ilicirvbeicv otthe following Uuutiulpictureit 1= ORDER PICTURE BY NUMBER ONLYN- O = t1 In TITLI HO TITLE NO TTL MO TITLE t251Crndi Tu 20 t HuiUnrf Time I 207Wlthln Re eh 2100ld NirpIst I292A Wall ZOSKtllecUon 208Our New Biby 2IiI3cct tI 203Rose Gut 206Dubblts 209Our Pet 212Dclore ntl to Contest closes on October 1 1902 txt mldnlfhb The official tlalement of he Clark vlllo Tobacco Hoard of Trad to bs the figure open 11Iwhlili the contest I to bo decided Clarka yUle Is ocond In sire dark tot the United 6ute To help JOB Bioko aclono fiacis wo giro roceipU In CUrkirllle for put wn 10t I it to Nov 1 M 23lNov 1 W to Nor 1 JM 3G26 Nov 1 Hg to Norl W tl23 t1Nor1oTl Si to Nov1iO ti2UoY to ToyI5From Indication about 1rO average crop will bo marketed Ibis year n RVLES AND REGULATIONS A yara anbieripdon p ld In adranco at o named bn low to both o llra DUI accompany your guru no circumstance and for no wills gue 9 M changed after It reaches us o must bo aent to pay tho pottago oncpicture You mutt select your picture and sire tho number of It Your erdr mutt Le4ent to the paper In whtcli you see Ihta adrerlUemenl r Cut thin blank out und UHO Itand you nuod notwrlton 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ft-U U 0 I 0 0 J Stl IfTou WantTo keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe for RepublicanL5 all the time i ij jt G 0 i l f Hartford Republican 1 FRIDAY JUNK 13 illinois Contral Railroad Tlmo Tablo New ttrnrtl tuVInK eBml Snnilny tee 1 IIOOul Noon JV irlti llnnnil Nonlh llonnil Nol due 37am No 11 ilojllrlr n m Nn in daeHI in No 101 due 14 p tu No1 due 123U p m No 131 iloo84p m Iornl lirlutilH No Itt dnTMam No IS3 doe SM pm 1111 VAKUETIH Agent ltIJIi1tUKtS WhlUt Ml II tAILS itt Couth bjmp tat Uthi Vie In time br dnmltn CONSUMPTION ooooooooooo- I 0 EFFECTING A i o By Frank S Chlswlck o JS of o Copyright 1KB b tho 0 T S B McCluro Company ooo oooooooo o When Orrin Payton left tho law ECliool ho decided that lie would con flno himself to criminal en sea na offer ing better pay and greater credit tlinii tho usual work which falls to tbo lot of the beginner An amplo fortune en ubled him to decllno cases which lest fortunate young lawyers might have been glad to talio up Ho tintS already figured In ono or two trials of considerable Importance but his practice was not law antI hIS principal occupation consisted In won dcrlns about the pretty girl In the of flee across tim court Ily a Judicious expenditure of tips among the elevator boys who In turn questioned tho letter carrier he finally discovered that her name was Mnudo Klngdou and that sbo was u stenographer for Masscy t Keller architects This Information while of Interest did not materially aid him In forming her acquaintance He could think of no excuse for Intruding on the archi tects nnd Miss Klngdon was not tho sort of girl ono could get acquainted with In tho elevator Iloth dress and manner Indicated un amount of relIne ment and acquaintance with social customs that necessitated a formal Introduction 1ayton moved in good society but ho had acquired an Intense dislike for the girls with whom ho came In contact nnd whose god was Mammon not Cu pid The little typewriter across the light shaft was of far greater Interest to him and tier apparent inaccessibil ity Wade him tho more eager to form acquaintance Once he met Mas In company with n business friend exultingly told himself that this would at least afford him an entrance the oftlce But oven this hope was dashed to the ground when In saying goodby Massey expressed n desire to meet him on returning from a buslnou trip that would occupy several months He had about given up all hope when one afternoon the young clerk who formed hit entire oillcc staff broke on his solitude Theres a lady outside he said handing Iayton a card who wants see you about taking up a claim the street car company Tell her said his employer that dont take up damage suits And then as the clerk turned to go he no THIS in OCTIUOEOCB SAID TOE ainu cldcntally turned over tho bit of pasteboard between his fingers and with a gasp caught his retreating assistant by the coattails Tell Miss Kingdom to conic In bo commanded The case may be worth looking Into A moment later Maudo Kingdom was seated by his deslc They told me Mr Iayton she said quietly that you take up only crlm inal cases but I work for Massey Keller on the same tloor and I thought you might bo cr neighborly enough to consider ray case IMyjon LIt his lips Her eyes had suld BO plainly And you dont seem to bo very busy Quite right of you to come over Ill bo very glad to look Into tho matter I did start out with n sort of definite policy nnd I can afford to watt for something good- Soniethlng In his tone offended the girl nail she rose In that case I beg pardon for my Intrusion she said Icily Probably my suit would not appeal to you Quito the contrary ho cried alarmed I am ureortlant In to say I assure you I wasnt referring to your case Half appeased tho girl sat down again It Is n comparatively simple matter Whllo my mother was alighting from a car last night tho conductor signaled the inotorman to go ahead and site was thrown heavily to tho street She fractured two ribs and was severely bruised I should like to make the street car company pay the expense other Illness for to bo frank wo hardly afford to let the matter pass Inyton Jumped up excitedly They ought to bo made to pay punitive dam ogee Well flio them for 523000 Miss Kingdom dId not share ills thuslasm I should prefer she said quietly to compromise the matter without resorting to the courts It was finally agreed that Payton should see tho claim agent and enI CA IS T OXI XA Bar iiiItsKind Yru Hais Always BougItt BlIrx o I SS LL A WORTHY SU ooa Something Now Under TIle Sun dlAllCatarrh by the use powders acid gases Inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed The power ful acids used in the Inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have shined a to cure while pasten and ointments cannot reach the disease An old I and experienced practitioner who has lor ninny years made a close study to and speciality ol the treatment 01 Catarrh has at last perfected a treatment which when faithfully used not IIIycause stopping the harlCe BndI curing all inflammation It Is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the nfflicted parts This wonderful remtdy U known ns Snuffles the Guaiontted Catarrh Cure and is sold at the ezttemely low price ol One Dollar each package containing tolerant and medicine vudicient for a lull months treatment and everything necessary It to its prefect use Snuffles is the only rCect Cure ever made and is now recpgiiized- as the only sale and positive cure for that nnnoy inland disgusting disease It cures all irflatnation quickly and permanently and Is also wonderfully quick to relieve Hay Fcvtror Cold in the Read t1tosave you Iou nse it at once It is no ordinary remedy hut a complete treatment which Is rostively guaranteed to cure Catarrh iu any form or stage if used according to the directions which accompany each pack hge Dont delay but send lor it at nl once and write lull particulars as t9 n your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of ol this wonderful remedy regarding yourcasa without cost to you beyond tI- the regular price ol SnuOhs the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Sent prepaid to any address In the United States or Canada on receipt ol One Dollar Address Dept i Edbwin B Giles Company 2330 2332 Market street Philadelphia deavor to rush tho matter through as quickly as possible This afforded hUn an excuse for a dally visit to SUits Klngdon and the more he saw of her the more bo was satisfied that she was the ono woman who could make hIm happy The claim progressed slowly as claims always do but finally be secured from the company an offer of 000 the maximum payment In cases settled out of court This Is outrageous said the girlI when ho communicated the decision They know we need tho money and that wo will Stave to take this rather than wait several years until the ease has been finally settled on all nlISomething like n sob ended the sea tence and then she smiled bravely You must not think me mercenary Mr Paytoii but my salary 1s all we have and mother has never been strong and the hospital bills must be SIpaid The offlcb was empty and Paytons sympathetic brown eyes looked straight Into her own SIte could stand nay thing Just then save sympathy Two great round tears rolled down her checks Payton suppressed a wild Inclination to kIss away the tears and took her hand gently In his Believe me Ml i Kingdom I have done my best The greatest lawyer In New York could do no more Six bun dred and fifty Is little enough to win from a corporation but whether you have guessed It or not you have won something morethe heart of your at torney If youll marry me you you wont have to worry about tho street car company She looked at him with brimming eyes You are very good Mr Pay ton she said simply but I could nev er permit you to make such a sacrifice You have done as much for us as any man could do Dont think that be cause you failed to get more you must offer yourself In marriage layton was nonplused for a moment Sacrltlcer he echoed If you argue along those lines youll be accusing me In a moment of marrying you for your money Cant you rcallro that Ive been Interested in you more than a year and that Ive loved you ever slnco you come Into my office She looked up a smile breaking through the tears In that cast she saltS softly In that case be retorted jubilantly I think Ill take my fee Had Put It to Proof Most of the mom who wont west In ISm were from the north There were however a tow southerners among them a Ilnltluioro family who took along an old slave Samuel Jefferson Samuel was a patient traveler on the long Journey across the plains but very skeptical about the succjf of bis masters expedition It wns n rtfuntll his master became one of till gold kings of California that Samuilsldp ped shaking lilt head In silent protest Samuel lived to a good old ago and after the war was till special attendant of his masters echildren One day Hugh the youngest sou was explain ing to Samuel the spherical shape the earth If you should go straight attend far enough youd come right around to where you started from Now loolc hcah chile yo cyan nick me bllcvo dat I aint helped yodnddy tote his things all do way out hcah ran Italtlmo rr nullln If what yo tells me was true wed a come bac to Maylan about fo times I knows fm spcrlcucc honey drlvln crpss dew plains dat de worl am flat out tern a hoecake clean till yo bump ter do ocean The Man Chnrn A convict had broken bounds and tbo dogs were put on tho trail that was nBtllI warm It was an exciting scene No one was near except o few prison officials III charge of o hundred desperate felons and I felt the exciting sense of a sentinel on a lonely outpost ns till enIlx bloodhounds bounded through tan gird forest baying madly at every leD Eager was my desire to sea the fi I It came soon Tho negros fbrco was spent and ho took to a tree In his effort to save himself from the baying gLII I could not help thinking of the scene when a possum Is treed but I doubt whether the slmllo occurred to the I wretched felon He laid broken off a branch and was desperately lathing tiyhatuitu vial of tlfeUnW blooM hound in thd itAtc Whose mouth Wltll only It root or two below film Dyna mite has been known to climb trees and to make a spring of ten feet In getting up to the Oral branches Then tho EbOlrLeslies Magazine A Poet Little Story Magazine poetry sold a young Philadelphia who dabbles In verse Is always a source of wonder to me Kor long time 1 have read It and tried to undinitand It but many of the poems couldnt make head or tall of For five years I have sent verses of my own ono mapizlnu end always got them back UKuiilly with a printed rejection slip but occasionally with n polite note from the editor explaining why the verse was not available One It occurred to tan that obscurity the open sesame to the pages of this magazine and more In Jest than anything else I scribbled oft a sonnet that meant absolutely nothing IYTI only thought was to string together n lot of meaningless words that would nor rhyme I couldnt help laughing to myself when I road It over I called It Oblivion and sent It off After three months halt gone by I got a check for and a letter front tho editor compli menting me upon having at length fath owed the depths of true poetry What humbug It all UrPhlladctphla nee onj XepIt in Your Home And when the bowels fail to act properly take a dote of LYONS LAXATIVB It SVRUP It acts gently but effectually on kidneys liver and bowels will keep = your system in good working order and make your complexion clear For sale by J thus Allen KnslneKy XThit Volrtuiun drnilly work tram Silo iRII ol Ituiipfll In ilin llrrlriietlun Ht Ilrrrf br Prot Cbarlo Morn IU llont Intrunrlj InUmtlng bodV treriit lUheiL Cunplrlr thrilling tint arcnrttoturoant irrutnt dUmtrr that trrr brMI the Suntan racegereter VD then 1omprll tell how lsetlntque one ottbe moat Imtatlfal Iinu4a In wiirM wna niltlrnljr trniwftirimHl Into A Ytr tlble hell About CM liitimi proftwly llla tnil0 till lth hnti KMvh tntm Iwriir nol after ilUiw tee Practlrall ouf llnrttnqat hoot In the IMdtcirnvrjou now lmUt nn haTing Irol bout nnj mi other lleol alhorJurirMt Imt llUitratrd clfntlflcallr ntTQTnte lrlco 160 AurnlM Wninril Knormoa proiitafortboswho net qalckljr Moat liberal trrnu Outfit 1MMKIIUTKIV nol be at work The chhitre of n lifetime for meting money tlnrk A Co Hi a 4th St 1hlladrlphla Po Mountain Chautauqua Mountain Lako Park Mary land On tho Crostof tho Alloghany Mountains Unquestionably the most super and senitlble summer resort in Ameri ca 38 o feet iibove fea level 350 000 invested in improvements une tihl the place retains its charming rural simplicity 1ivc hotels and irs fottagea open tot boarders at reasona ble lates This resort is the site n the Mountain Cbautauqua am summer schools and of the grea Cbautauqua itself and Is Annually via lltd by thousauds ol persons who art strengthened in mind by the unezIcelled facilities tflorded or si work and invigorated in body b the health giving influence for whIch this paradise of the mountains is fa mousExcursion tickets may be obtalnef over the B SouthVestern Iron June 1st to September 3 th Rood re turning until October 3iit 1902 Specially low rates during July ant August for the Cbautanqua sad olhei gatherings Information about at tractions entertainments xumoiei echo i I sessions etc will be lurnUhw in reply to inquiries addressed to I A Kudlssll Mountain Like Park Maryland Eec information on the culjtctni rates and time of trains apply t Ticket Agents B 0 SW K R 01 the undersigned R S BROWN Dist Pasar Agt- Louisville Ky o P MCCARTY Genl Passr Act Cincinnati Ohio The LIB S t nilw HENDERSON ROUTE Are preparing to do a large excursion business Irum July Slat tu August 12th from all points on their line to the new Oweotboro Chautauqua Nothing like it has ever come to Kentucky For twelve days the very best and most attractive Chautauqua features are to be placed in tbe beau tiful Seven1 Hills Park near Owens hoto which is nl moat bounded bv this popular lino railway Every good taste has hceu catered to There will be popular lectures by Gen Gor lInn Gen Wheeler Dr MacArtbur Gov hub Taylor W It fears Mrs Jturer ol the Lucius Homo Jmrnal Mist Ellen M Stone the rnusomed miitimiary Lieut Ilobtou Dr John MacNtil the Scottish SJ1ur eon and scores of itliert and every day arid every evening will be given a series ofIhe most delightful entertainments consisting of everything from aUght ofband and jugglery to Ibo Ligbvsi clara uf popular music and moviug pictures Farmers am their families will be especially interested in the coming of John M Sttthl Secretary of the Na dean Farmers Congress and every diaplaynl fountain twJ feel larger than the flue shown at the WorMs Fair Remember that the Heuderion louie the most popular passenger line in Kentucky will give you lull anti complete infunnalipu about ii additional features taf this assembly through any oi their agents or you Pcan write to the Buperintendent of the Cliaulauqua W G Archer Ow eniboro Ky and he will send you special booklet containing rulllnl formation aato caw llng and prig lIeges and the complete program I L J Irwin G V A SS LOWRATES1 WESTVIA c O SW S nndanACCWNT BIENNIAL MEETING KNIOHTS OF PYTIl lAS Tlrttts will bo old Auguat it to Sib laclalre Denver0010SUNDAV 8CHOOUCONVENTION- TldtU ullllw ldJnhl to 91 larlui IMJ TACOMA WASH Young Peoples Christian Union So clety United Presbyterian Church TlckrU will U cola lau llth taO InclulM SALT LAKE UTAH BENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE ORDER ELKS will Ix old AuKDit I to I Inclusive 100J For partlrnUn tlnrplng tar ffuftrtt roll on ant IB cfcs O SVCor BdJrwn the nmlfnlRunl D P MCCARTY Itntral rnucninr nl- nnlnnnllIIIIt R S BROWNf- lhatrirt rawwnnr Agent loallIIe 1i- 1or ConMlpatlon like tyoti Lenitive Syrup If you dont Ilkt better ban any Lnxiilie you IMTO ever used your drunUt will rtfond Uw money Jrlce Sto SouthernRailway Through El bt nmt Ruotbtra Htn- tKENTUCKYTBNNKSSKK South CAROLINA ALAUAMA VIRGINIA North OAUOL1NAGEOR GIA and lISSlSSlPIII5453 Mile anti l tb1IUlDOIC4001r ForlnformatlonadJtM 1 A WIKUOX P A T A Its its Aye lulI11 WlITuLOAIUlDtllIAIoalUI if- I Q Thtt URIBR JONAL 1 TIMES 11 A WEEK 104 Times a Year Th T virrmru foimiritJO- VIKVAI U Ibt ifrp lhtbIUnited Htatri Ir Drmorratt and lor All MOden UUth Uittolnmny lalll taadth ul nil titer K mlWr Hlr or WeekllM IliMry WMtirmnnKdltnr Tile Wrilnwdny IMU l domlnl to hEWN nilTliKXIIwHAtiirdajr lean U ilootnl to tle lion I IInmlIII i arutfrr pa 1111 ration Adilmw SItE VUVUIKKJOUII NAL til LaurUillW Ky Ily itxtlnl arnmavmtBt yoo ran get tb PIE IUIIIIDAN and the TWIOI AWEKIJ COIIUIKIlJOUllNAI both DM ll1U fur only 8100- ThU U fur nah tDbwrlptloni only Alhal Krlptloci andr tide combination uSe mutt be wntthrongbtlliii 1tepthIlrti utile For Conilfimtloii like IJallIullvOIIfIlInllat rezncdyfoi IIUJ bnuluucrlllic UWaCC 1lve1 NEW THROUGH LINE TVHM tnmmic A- ItDCHICACOA new through car line has been established for the entire distance over the Illinois Central betweej Kvansvlll and Chicago the line being via Mat toon Champaign and the road from Itvnnsvllle to Maltoon lormerly a part of the P D St U Ry The services Is na follows NORTH BOUND Dally Ex Sun Lv Rvansvlle 730 pm 73O5mi- Ar Chicago 700 rn 700pm SOUTH BOUND Daily Rr Sat Lv Chicago 8140 pm 8301 m ArKvansville 8058 rn 550 pm Through sleeping cars on night trains anti through free reclining chili ars on day trains TlcUtts ol your local ticket scent FIELD SOWSS3S33 XTiOFSrasSORO TRANSFER LINE= wmT UAI1O = z3JAVCA AU BARTFORD YA VAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Our Clubbing List Republican nnd rwi caWcck ouricrJournnl poryr 150 Republican and GlobeDemocrat per year lGO Republican nUll Louisville Commercial per year Republican and Toledo Blade per 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Farm and Gar ten If WEEKLY IrJTEROCEAN Ii THE INTEROCEAN Is a member ofthe Associated Press and also is the only WrMrrn newspaper receiv t 41lugtbe combined telegraphic and cable news matter of t 4Ii both the New York Sun and New York World respect tlo lie41i ively besides daily reports from 2000 special corre tit spondents throughout tbe country No pen can till t IiWIlVis the BEST on earth t otl tTBy II clat arrangements we run furnish TUft RF 41 1UBIICAN and title great paper lor onlyta5 Ad 110 41 dres Alt orders to the Ii 1 RepublicanS ttI- g eli Hartforn Ky Ii 9- J2 It y 4- SJ WlIWl 1n 1 Olvlo Cevmtjr Circuit CartWTO fnJulKO JI How Attorarjr ttwboro rlI IllitrkJallrr HA ADtlrnnna rk licmnn llulbruuV Mntr rorn DIloa I n II MkrnnTrn trt Jury latiii tol KIHKD Hhrritr llnrtf rd ihpnty KlrrlH J Knxmllnrruti Kmwn Jo II llutwrlii U L lloyd Eleni IIIrPn NStunrtrunvuuire Scsi Wuu tlnjln U rrl ami Juguit anil cnutlnun tttrm wMkiiinil third Monday In llnjr and NinnnWr two week- County Cunrt J V Miller lnigi MS lung anI Clerk W II narnr Attorney llnrtlntd jriViort convene tint llundnjr In with mimll- iUotrttrl Cuurt llKKlitu on the tulnl Uundnjr la April July Utolxr nnd Jononrj Court u 1alin 4onrtun tiut ilondnj In Jim ar1 nIy slier wrnnti tlimilnjr In llctolrr- Otlirrlim rn J II VmidHnrfryorAriiUu frank Ijiwi Aunwur ltdi Jamr IvWm Hfbuul haiMrintrniUnt llntlfotl lien I littLe Oo1OlIollhaIIIrtlO 7uatiea Covtits II K Ilndioi ltmrr Dam Kbrnary Ii hay IT August SO Hfwrabrr SSOM W MartIn llalwtown Febraar 31 Mnjr a Antut 2 November s Juoil arabam lluudFbrvsry U liszT Aonat J7 Dwrmbrr J T A Krani FurdiTllloftbniarr B Slay 9 AngestnittuvwbrIJ 50 Stay 1 Ann nat I KoTtmkf I W A lion Ontertown Frbrnarr 10 May II AOKUit 9 NoYtmtwr 3 111 WUcoi Ilorkport February a Slay It Anguit tt NnTmbrr I sr ttrord rciieo covitJ- no II Wllion Judge J H II Wrddlnu fly Attorney W II Uamy Mankal Coort run vne wcoxl Monday In rark iuontbSZtUffloua Oorvlcua- if K nnrrb HoathHrrrkH bird Hnuday la ach month at 11 a m anti 7 I uand lourlb Minday at 7 p m lny Inwllon irrry WrtlaM day Trnln hey J c Ittrl 1ator- lla IUt CbanbHrrrliMi hild Mvund Knnday la Mfh month at II a in and 7 p iu lr1or uml liffmy TanraJay rmlnic hFned pa tor- HcboolTnutm HnfttorJJ r hillIer 111 OlrunH T KtTesp II II Ilockrr J II II Car on Jon C llllry IToa TnilMA DWtlte U P Warner J II 1atlon W II HardwIrkH J Wrddlac 1 Ccrt CClc1U AOUW meet lint end third IIalaIfsieSta llartlord Lodge So 7i K A A Wiuo tnt Monday night In seth month noOKh Sliver Ieulgyo 151 menu Trry Tni lay nUh- L1nton Miirton lot No 4 KalllbllIIllhlInlar owibAiImmterof lof UtB Hat nrday Wlur the fHltlt sew attend nil mretlno IulII ATTENTION I Whoa In Owrn boni teflon Viii C tikhlnii dekr la par nlmlMlit WbUklm A11 0 sat Iearb llrnndk Atent Frank IVkr htreehag- V i JncirtVra will nrrlT pniuipt nltinll n ThI1 fiM Whtkry In the State Wm CUSHION Owensboro lEJ OlrlE Jif3 It JNO n WILSON ATTOUNKV AT LAW HARTFORD KY HrUI attention Iren to rttetIsniking- sbtrseleAsko Niitnnr I tIe lor obloroOD Li tJiliwniibseipitu l C B SMITH JiXYlllpraHlrvhUprufmliin In alt tho e ailolOhio and adjotnljreountle andftittrtbf AIIJIMII Hnwlnl nttntlon xlten tu all bnaIeeeuul to rhlirar OilivnvrrukIsVuessy Hank J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law IlAltTKOUD KY Will prartlr hU prolnulon In Ohio and mljoln niceonntM HpfcUl attrnllun alirn to till Lh tfentrusted to hU car S P ROBY ATTORNEY AT LAW rOIIUSVIIlt IIKNTLIUY- Wlllprertl nhla profession Jn all the tit of ObluauOailloliilnxmnnllMnnilCoDrtuI Aliesi special ntttnUon given to lIedloDtCM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KYSWlllpnictln hUproli lon In nil tkaeonrUot Oblii and adloUla rnnnlle ttperlnl atlentlun will Iw RInD to all tiulntM atraKxl to bU tar CollMtlou a ipecUlty E P NEA- LAttorney i at Law I HARTFORD KY Will prattle hU prutruloii In all the eoorUnl Kentucky KfMrlnl attention Siren tnrohliwtlou ettlenentol decedent estate road ruse nbd nOminal pratUr flOe llalIIlmn block JS B WEDDING mORNEY and COUNSELLOR at LAW HARTFORD KY iWill ralI hlo protrwlon In all the ennrtnl KilnlnlnKronattM tinS th Court of AI peal Irorant attention given to all butnreu 4 ntroiUd to Lira Otto In HirdBUCjiK bullJInx 1 = 1 R ILWEDDIN- GiSttoriioy at Law HARTFORD KY Ulll prnrtlnt hi prntuulon In tberonrKof liblo- anti atUolbiug ctNtte Al n Notnrjr Iiblle X- M I UKAVlllV KltNKST WOODWAIIO HEAVRIN WOODWARD 1- t Qtt c ILiU3 lUuTroun Kr jVHIrrartlntthrlr proltwlim In nil the Vouch 1 roonty nnI Court ot Alpenle HM Idill attention given crlinliml irurtli and mllro JII lloui Dfflre next dour to Hank ol llartfonl f J WHBARNES Attorney at LawIAND COUNTY 0 lliurrniiD Kr Will prnctlre hbi profeiilon In nil Ohio and adjoining connlle nail In tue Count ol Append Btrlct nttentlon will be given to all 1 bunlDM rntrnited to hi cur Collwtlon n pcclalty Offlc InconrthonM jo YEARS tii oEXPERIENCEJ h 1 tilDUtONBIAnions nendtac a iktleb and doerlptlon aMrt lii our orinln 111jInrmlloa U nrobaklr twtwiUbl lion utrt tI Usndbookon l1tentlent mc Atoencr Eu icurinwtsntj XII lsteta takn tlunn eo rlniptclat nUUf without cbarvo hattie Scientific JVtncricam A han Iomlr IllnrtraUid wkly TftttttenUtlon anr edtntlBo journal dlofieat i four month L Bold br aI ndlUN CO3 lBrosdwar ew Itime IS rtit WaiblB10 li U 4