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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e- S TilE llAiETFORJ EEPITBLICANI I Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL QAN OF TEE PAin INTB rOu flCQ1EIQLDTflC7 Subscription 1 ayear i VOL 4 XV i HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 131903 llo34 t t f w steelIby constant use and must have a new xjfje if It ia to do good work Constant nlokelWiJ Ilreul n toOIC Bomctlihif tlmt will the kecnticu of mind and activity p of li ly GotdcnMullen puU ntiy lift into runedownWomen It strength k eni the weak torn tbebloQdsly itimaUUi the wholebody eahbythei MedlcalDUcOTery I wa confined to my I IDOnUuIrol11l oad J to 0 JUt16thot30ptrtilfftool qtht botl oIDr MedIci InKriptloat weed a a Ilnlmtnft oUttnote coonipallon and btrdrnlnp of the Urtr waa my anyktndohoucl from my grin Thank to you forth benefit Jot1 raN WU bopclrMwbcu 1 bcflau lakwjt JOUr edJd Dont be tooted into trading a tub r stance for a ahadovr Any substitute jJf Goldenidedical everyfrno ju t aa good medicine can allow ft BlliouncM cured by the UM of Dr Pierce Pleasant Pellets r Stop That Cough Care That HoarseRes R ll2i3 That Tightness Dont n ftr when there U no need thatYOU shoal But If U take molldno to reUco or lire your trouble bo sure thai yw take tint which will do tho work ibma Ooachj Cold UoaneiuM 80rtt Thrna i1ckUHi W4 to tact any I4onebial troubto that you hue rtsnlta front COEgmtkU bt parts soctiL Uw Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam I to Cure f Thl la one of hit moat ronuvrktUo comb a J nation of rmanUol agcoU that baa erer been offereil to the people ntvt has a reputation seontto none to mnedjs sdenco IRIOE 85 AND 60 CENTS AU Couch 11 ant Ootda ore Iustd by eon urcr Is not itcuntf ngni Na ture Waning Uiould hare attention Take Dr Carlsiedls German LiwPawder- It is always rreih Which will nle 14 at one and a core la v IUJIr nUxiL No I aooarenjmoa etxporieaord w 10 tll urns It wilt rty 2 klllt1lthllllklnrlinhl1the ttlQM and make a new of oa U prarenU doctor WU Do not becom- Deir Oarlatsdta Qenaan Liver Pow dar lIcuronu It la pmreJr ffgetabjeand ran IS OIl 1hl Is rt UT r wlrin IC thaturm Do not take any other Sold In tjottti 80o and SlOO sack Bold br 11- 11DraIPaID Mrdlcina- flUC AUBUltlN KAXKAOAIi CO I Role Proprietor It411Inrulllnrut4 f LJPPINCOTTSI MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIBRARY Bi Best fe Cunent Uterta- Z CoupLtrc NOVELS YEARLY k MANY SHORT STORIES AND OPICJi PCNYCAH 25 era A COPY NO CONTINUED STORIES c7 CVEKV NUMBER COMPLETE in ITSELF f1 H SilbermHn y v BrosiLaiistFurHousslaAmer1ca lUattnl cub prleaald for n kInds I R of raw fur hold yoer allJlDlenl until you tel our price list Writt Str tuba WmatItltm- SILBERMAN S BROS lZitol29MlehlnnSiChlcagollll I For Constipation Tali Lyond Laxatlro apitlsplcauotlolakeaudper- gcuybarmleuuuderillclrcumalances ru t an Ideal remedy lrlCl3IIO fot Mrs Fred UnrathC1 Betett or 1IIkh Mtumyflrstbaby WM lomididnot 1seemto rtgals my sl4houh iSa gays me a tonic width hi conttd 4J I iced wry but liutcad of gtttbij- i bitter weaker every thy My hus hand teFrtt3 that I take afCdu for a wctk and Mi what R wouU do for ma IdId labs tN medicIne end Wit tato IIai my s4rtntk whuHia ilow rturnMg 10 two Web I WM out d bad ad U a moatJ wss tbh to taltl myiuitnl duo ifl very IMhuJI aj4IIiiIMNWif the f dqdeal ff1lli tanaeW1drrlh 1tpevoutmb- I 1 ir qQsiIa4eIsar ua or4ng oL bee t 1 Z4r bad ttkit Wino of Cardd befse her came show noL have been weak as she wan II rapid reoovro obuaead this remedy to G sWnt mother Cezdut- ifigulates the meootroal flow i W i7cbiii k I A j TO WIPE OUT The State Debt With War Claim is the Governors Plan The Checks are Turned Over to the Governor Sinking Fund Commission Will Meet Monday to Consider the question tiF DISPOSITION OF MONEY In a dispatch from Frankfort to the Jatuailutar 7jsys Three check ruiiggrev gating i3a39993S representing In terest accumulation for nearly forty years on money furnished the National Government by the State ol Kentucky during the War of 186165 were received today by Governor Beckham who eighteen months ago set on oot a movement lor Its collec tion and payment into the Kentucky Treasury The checks were placed in the Governors bands by Capt CCiColhoun of Lexington to had Intrusted the work ot presenting the claim to the Government through the War Department Capt Calhoun brought them in person from Wash ington where he has been engagedt constantly for months on the aReralphotograpb taken for the CourierJournal in the Farmers flank of Frankfort for colI lection They are for 13177787 I I65r64 and 1566 The arrival of Capt Calhoun with the checks ex cited much interest about the capital and a host 01 people flocked to thelExecutive Department to stet a hresentingWhat is to be done with the money ii a question that has excited ranchh lottrest not overJKentucky Gov DeckharntowhoF efforts its is due has very decided views oa the question aid has called a meeting of the State Sinking Fund Commission to place c hla views before that body sad have ate settle what is fo fee done The Governor thinks that the moneyt BBonld be uwd to pay the debtednesa ol the State if that can be accomplishedbThis bonded debt is an even million dollars of which 500000 is payable in 1905 antI the other 500000 Int 1907 He Is not of course InlavorIi of paying an extortionate ortthese bonds but believes they can be purchased at a resaonable market price The matter is entirely under the control of the State Sinking Fund COll1mliItloa and If the money Is notiused for the purchase of the outstand ing bonds 11 will go Into the Sinking Fund of the State TreasurysThe Kentucky claim U largest Interest claim yet allowed to a StAteg by the Federal Government 200000 in excess of that allowed thetState of Illinois and larger than thecclaims of the States of iBdlan and Michigan together Altogether twelve States have collected Interest on war debtaOf these slxallowedI bythe Congress just adjourned wereI for 3000000 and Kentucky got nearly half the total allowance But Kentucky is not yet satisfied and will likely get a further appro priation The Governors attorney figures that there is some 20000 yet due the State as Interest and a deterI mined effort will be made to collect itt LifeGuards The life Guards are two regiments Ct cavalary forming part of the Brit ish household troops They are galI lant Boldlsrs and every loyal heart Is proud ot them Not only the Kings household but yours our everybodys should have its life guard The need of them is especially great when the greatest foes of lUet lfseaaeafir ditlllealn the very ele meats as cold influenza catarrbJ the grip and pneumonia stormy month of1 March The best way that we know ot to guard against I these diseases is to strengthen theJ system with Hoods Sarsaparilla the greatest of all life guards It removes the conditions which these diseases make their most successful attackI gives vigor and tone to all the vital organs and functions and imparts a genial warmth to the blood Remem her the weaker the system the greater the exposure to disease Hoods Sar saparilla makes the system strong Another Riod in Hancock It Is positively asserted that the j 1l build a swtthAEritj IWhftesvUlt to Pellvlle thence l fI Haweaville to the river says the Hawesvllle Plalndealer We knbw nothing as regards the move but such a line would traverse the finest coal lead and oil fields in the State and I make money for that great system and bring wealth to the people of this I county 1J J sij pi STEAMER Charlie Curlin Sinks in Green River In Deep Water Near Calhoon Lives or Women Aboard Saved by Evansville Traveling Men While Others Swing TO LlflBH OF OVERHANCUMI TREES The steamboat Charlie Curlin sunk yesterday alternoon in Green river at Irwin landing a point about four miles above this place says a dispatch of last Friday to the Henderson Jour v The boat Is completely submerged only a part of the wheel protruding from the water It Is feared that it will go to pieces before it can be raised The accident occurred at 2 oclock in the afternoon There were twelve people on the i steamer when it went down and they all mlracuulonsly escaped death The heroism of John tamey and John Closter two traveling salesmen from Evansville was responsible for the rescue of the three women on the craft one ol whom was Miss Mary Hill of Calhoon and known as one the prettiest young woman In the own The traveling men lowered a life and assisted the women into it the peril of their own lives The members of the crew were busily en In vain attempts to save the vesselThe boat was in charge of Captain Hougland who was at the pilot wheel In attempting to make a landing the boat struck a log which was under water and an immense was torn in the hull It was een in n few moments that thet- eamier was going down and nil ands were turned to helping the pas eengers from the deck wbcrr they were seated enjoying the warm sun hlgbwiater assisttby one or two meuers crew lowered a lifeboatand helped IhV women In it The other men on ko boat peeing that the yawl was well filled withtke party launched boat or swung on to the- runches of the overhanging trees and climed to the ground in that way During the 10 minutes required for he steamer to nettle in the water the greatest excitement prevailed among he passengers Capt Hougland at tempted to quiet the panic stricken men but his efiorts were useless There would probably bavebeen several drowcings had not the limbs roni the trees been hanging so close to the boat For several minutes it was thought of the party had been lost before Hougland gathered them to ether on the bank Whed the clerk declared there were only 12 people on he ateames and the captain had ac oun d for that number a shout of thankfelRes wet up from the stranded travelers Most of the passengers and mem of the crew lost their personal ef eels to the wreck It was seen tint attempts to save the steamer would prove useless and row boats were seemed and the party set out for Calhoon The ride of four miles on the swollen stream was accomplished in a few hours None ol women suffered any from the hard rip The steamer was owned by Cap tains Houghland and limes of Cal hoon They purchased It front the Evansville bunting club about two months ago They will notify the insurance com pany of the wreck lUbe work of raising it is begun immediately It can probAbly be saved but Ifitla allowed- to remain in the water any length of time It Is the general opinion that it will be so badly damaged that will be practically wdrthless Theboat was run between Livermore and Calhoon It has been dong a good business and was becom log very popular It was valued at about 5000 For bruises cuts burns wounds of any sortfor rheumatism stiffjoints and sore muscles Ramons Nerve and Bone Oil is a prompt remedy J H Williams m Catarrh and Hay Fever Liquid Cream Balm is becoming quite as popular In many localities as Elys Cream Balm sold It is pre pared for use in atomizers and Is highly prized by those who have been accustomed to call upon physicians for such a treatment Many physi clAns ire using and prescribing It All the medicinal properties ot the celebrated Cream Burn are contained In the Liquid form which Is 75 eta Including a spraying tube All drug 561Waruu 1 BLOODY Triple Tragedy in Henderson County Allen Melton Mortally Shoots His RIccc and Stepdaughter end Shoots Mrs John Culver Shoots Himself and Takes Paris Green Last Wednesday evening at 730 i oclock Allen Melton shot and mor tally wounded his Btepdanghteriidrjd seriously wounded Mrs Mrs John Culver at the Culver home InHen derson county about three miles from Smith Mills On the evening named Melton vis lied John Culver ostensibly to see about some plant beds At the hour named and while John Culver the head oi the house was out in the barnyard Melton went toi the room In which Mrs Culver and Miss Melton were sitting His hos til demonstrations alarmed the ladlesI and they started to flee Melton fired the ball taking effect in the girls back The murder then pur sued Mrs Culver to the kitchen door and fired the ball taking effect In her back also- MlssllIelton1s thought to be mortally wounded The wounds of Mrs Culver are not so serious Melt n left the premises in double quick time leaving both women ly- Ing on the floor bleeding and appar ently in a dying condition Friends and neighbors started in pursuit and it was thought the wretch had fled to the Ohio river near by and crossedbut this morning bloodhounds from Morgaafield traced him to his own bran In Union county just over the line where he was found When Melton learned that his hid- Ing place had been discovered or just before he shot himself in the head- sinflicting a bloody wound Later it was found that he had taken Paris green in an eflort to end his wretched existence His wounds were dressed by a physician and he now lies ins dangerous condition and is not expected to recover The shooting was all done with aa old pistol owned by Melton and which had been repaired by a black smith at Smith Milts two days before It Is thought that Meltons real purpose In visiting the Culver home was to boot his stepdaughter with whom he had not been on good terms for sometime past bhe having let his home to seek shelter at the home of her relative John Culver on account of her stepfathers mistreatment Melton Is about 40 years old and married Mrs Melton the widow of his deceased brother Her daughter was therefore his stepdaughter and niece as well She is about 16 years ofageFor some unknown reason Meltcn bad been angry at his wile and her daughter and is said to have attempt edhls wiles life some weeks since by attempting to hang her The tragedy has stirred up the en tire neighborhood and but for Mel tons condition his life would be un safe longer in the coummnnlty John Culver is a prominent farmer living in the Utley neighborhood about three miles from Smith Mills He and his wIle are old citizens of the county It has been leared that before flee ing from the Culver home after the bloody deed Melton also made an at temp upon the life ota boy member of the family who escaped the clutches of the fiend and made his escape and raised the alarm READ IT THROUGH Twould Spoil This Story to Tell It In the Headlines To pe an eighteenth century phrase this Is an oer true tale Having happened in a small Virginia town in the winter ol 1902 it is a story very much of the present Up to a short time ago Mrs John E Har mon of Melfa Station Va had no personal knowledge of the rare earnt tive properties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Last January she says my baby took a dreadfuls cold and at one time I would have pneumonia but one of my neighbors told me how this reme dy had cured her little boy and I be gan giving It to my baby at once and it soon cured her I heartily thank the manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy for placing so great a f cure with himy reach I cannot recommend It too highly or say too much in its favor I hope all who read this will try It and be convinced- as Iwas For sale by all druggists CTOxirABNIitbSits Kind You lira Always Bott tSlsn Ifro o 1 WIFEDJES Suddenly After Being Beaten by Husband George Roone is Arrested and V fjJafcen to Carrollton for 1safeKleplng YlfE S bODY BEING EXAMINED t Owenton Ky March 9xrrGebrge Boone is In the Carrollton JiVSKon the charge of wife murder and physicians are engaged in holding a postmortem 5camlnation on the body of Mrs Bone wUi a view to ascertaining the cause of her death News reached here early this morn t Ing that Mrs Boone was found dead andofficers started at once on the hunt of Boone The family lived about four miles south of here on Mr Neal Littrels latin and when the officers arrived there they saw Boone making his way across a field After an exciting chase he was captured aud landed in the Owenton jail On Thursday morning he had a quarrel with his wife and it is said struck her with a club She left home and went to the house of a neighbor remaining there until that afternoon when she returned to her home to pack up some of her house hold effects Later in the afternoon she went to the home of a Mr Hearn and stayed there alt night The next morning she was found dead with her slxmonthsold child lying across her breastWhen seen in the jail Boone was very nervous He said that his wif i had often threatened to poison her self and he esked that a postmortem examination bemads to determine whether she had taken polon He said he did not believe the blows she received caused her death Later Boone was taken to Carroll ton for safekeeping Doctors Bott and Blrchet In company with the Sheriff visited the of the crime and made a careful examination of the body They re moved the stomach end are analyzing it The physicians say the blows were sufficient to cause death Since their report excitement has increased and talk of mob violence has been prevalent Noonebelieyca the story told by Boose that she took poison Boos is about thirty years old Mm Eoone had born previously mar rid and bad csveral children She was a dughte of John McCcmcs a reputable citizen of Owen county v Not a Candidate Louisville Match 9 Augustus E Wilson denies that he is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of Kentucky He said that he would feel complimented like any other ordinary citizen by being nom inated but when askedJf he would accept the nomination fflt was ten dered to him unanimously he replied that he would not accept It under any conditions OA Z Rirsth yjfta KM YN Dm Almjs fetjt 8mfIl a a Attorney Chas 0 Prowse of Hop klnsvllle has written ta the Ken tucky Exhibit Association that he can furnish for the Kentucky Build- Ing a rough frame of Jefferson Davis birthplace made from the timbers of the old home site in Christian county He also offers the Association pen and ink drawing J2 by 18 iriches in size of the blrthplac- eChamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is the best and most popular medl cine in use for Dowel complaints It totalttMreaysI have handled Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for twelve years have never sold a bottle that did not give perfect satis faction and it is the best selling diarrhoea medicine that I handle Fbrsale by all druggists m Christopher Columbus ListlJp neral Christopher Columbus has just been burled again and probably for the lajst in The event took place a few week ago in the famous and beautify catticdral of Seville Spain wherein a- pecial mausoleum has been constructed to hold the ashes of the once despised but now glorified navigator The coffin was bore by seamen of the navy and was followed by a cortege headed by the Archbishop oi Seville the minister of marine the captain general of Cadiz and other dlgnltar ei The ashes of no illustrious man have been honored with so many burials and removals an those ol Columbus They rested for two centur lea at Santo Domingo and in 1796 were transfcrcd to tie cathedral at Havaaal After the SpanishAmeri can SpalncOwheie they by deslre r a descendant j of Columbus the Duke oi Veragua k bg j TREATMENT AT HOME Dr Hartmans Free Advice to Women=zA Generous Offer to The Afflictedf i r- L nSiNtLCItJ Biftip LADE Secretary minot Woman1 Alliance Miss A Brady Corresponding Seem tary Illinois Womans AlUance writes from 2725 Indiana avenue Chicago HI Z Lost year from continued strain In literary work I bocamo very much ex hausted my nerves seemed to give way and I hod backache headache and seri ana indigestion Ono of my friends suggested that I try Pecans It certainly acted like magi on my system Within ton days I felt now life and health givon me and by taking an aces sional dose oB and n when I feel extra tired I keep my system In perfect ordorMiM Brady Miss Millie Baker writes from 200 East Ohio street Chicago Ill t LUX suffered for Tears with weakness Groves Tasteless Tonic MZonIGroves Pile Keelr1J 81STS 7SorThQflZ1iHvhllllJ J IIlltzI prerertoldbTCamS but School ollthejenr WKIGJIT PreaU have been interred in cathedral Surely the inscription qulescat written pver this tomb have of more ordinary significance hoped that this interment wilt serve to settle forever the dispute as to whether Columbus remains were ever really removed Do mingo Leslies1 Weekly You Want Ibis Gol nrp going to givo a TenDollar Gold piece to Correspondent THE REPUBLICAN who sends us of yearly Rub scribers bolero noon of ilon day April 5 Renewals counL the aa new subscriptions when paid up one your in ad vance prizo tie work ono of our cor respondents is going to it Why not could clubs having tho offer open to everybody we limit it to our correspondents because we want to show them that wo appreciate their work for REPUBLICAN Send in money as rapidly receive them Qvery subscription iIi bo credited to your account Begin AT ONCE Farming Colorado Mexico The who contemplates1 changing his location should look well Into the subject irrigation I Mas jL1S0 peculiar to women sovero bearingdown and continual headache After using flvo of I was as well and as everMfH Millie Baker Mrs Nellie 070 W Twentieth street Chicago HI President of the Ladles of tho O A R has the following to nay about Pornn- aGontiemenZ recommend especially for women aa It promptly cures tho weakness our sex and will be sure to give satisfaction MRS NELLIE BLYLER A Assist Matronof Peoples Hospital 758 Sheffield avenue Chlcagofllwrtteat I Lava had trcqoeat opportaalUtt to observe the woa4 trtul csmttve too with every bottle b a Cent package Mock Root Uvar I lo TMC CNWt3T J I I Rlfnr iIO T tC I and icnool building In thi South Instruction laiMiloa StnQeaU can enter at any time VUlton alwari welcome EI they Seville In pace would been than It is to be from Santo Do Wo nice new the of tho largest club same A for a lit anti got you Wo got moro by but TilE names arid as you and sent will club in Utah and New c farmer of r Jp= pains bottles Feruna strong Blylor t Fcrnna of always MisvW Allison I Teed l arranged ladlridnol big Before making a trip of investigation there is no better way to secure ad vanced Information than by writing to those most Interested In the settle merit of unoccupied lands Several publications giving valuable infor mation In regard to the agricultural horticultural and live stk interests of this great western section have been prepared by the Denver Rio Grande and the RI Grande Western which should be In the hands of all who desire to become acquainted with the merits of the various localities TADenverptesTOne way second class colonist rates commencing February 15th andcon tinning dally until April joth Tickets will be sole at greatly reduced rates to California Colorado Oregon and Washington points These rates will continue in effect until March 31 for Colar do and California points but only until April sofa for Mon tans Washington and Oregon points An experienced and successful ad says In the beginning he was confronted by the problem as t9 what form oi publicity would bring the best results After trying all other mediums he was convinced that not only the betbnt alsothe cheap eat medium is the newapapcrot large circulation DAVIESS COUNTY BANK tTRUSTCO1OW- ENSSORO KY Cash Capital SEOOOO Stockholder AddTI Liability 10000 QuarulIeeFuodbrCiilom r St 00- 000rE OcpotlU recelTwJ ratijw to ebeclc CoiU Mthlne to d p9 l or cluck oat All can to done br null laterert raid ea time dtporiu- tSP i a or begun =CU T II ANUEUSOV IrntJetI I i r sI1 Muw iJ tecta of Peninn It Jiffevlatea paM nod sreaest IncreaSes the appetite and so tones ap the entire system that the pattest quickly ngatoa ttnagtA ss4lJHltllMrs W A AINsoa Free Homo Adttee In view of the great mnUUode ot women Buffering from some fora iffemale disease and yet BaaWai fta J any cure Dr Hartmaa the reaow tptclalM oa female eetarrhat dH Matodlrcases as make application to him during tile samaer moatbi wlttKHtt charge J Thom wishing to become paMela should address The Peruaa Medlola OoColumbuflOhto Enclosed Tea of ALFRED HUDSON BUILDER X GONTWORH- nrlford Ky totractcontract ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY lICOirOXATZI Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home Mtts where you can buy your own pliqasB and build your own lines dud btviav talking distance with the wbi k Ma ty and business points gefreMlty by only paying a reasonable Rough River Telephone Cotnpftnyec they will be nt the whole expense if you say so We connect with all Independent Companies For particu lars call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky RE THISDyCATARRHJ Is sure to GIVE- Satisfaction IrS CREAM BALM Outs UIIf At once It clennm koothnt Bad heal the dUcnxnt membrane It en ii catarrh end dilTM anw Ilald In 0u EADorbed I protwt tbe Membrane Rtwtorfe the Sense ef Taetanad Howll Knll tlu SOe at D laU or byrn bAil Trial eli ICc br mall ELY DKOTIJEKSM WarrenStreet New Tork Lyons Laxative Syrup rsn vegetable preparation absolutely harmless Itrita effcct it acts gently oa the kidneys Iverandbowelscurcsconi- tipation sick headacbe j clears complexion and makes the blood pure An remedy for child ten aa as adults For sale by J Thoa Allen RoslneKy YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING Vten roa take Ororea Tuteleaa Chill Tonic be caora the torninla U printed on seer bot tie inowlnt that U la imply Iron and Quinine In ivtontclciw Jprn No Cure NoTar aac ATTENTION When In Oweoaboro call oa Vm Cuahlo denier In pore straight WhUklre Apple and 1each Brandies Agtiat frank Phr Drowlc Co Jurorden will recelre roQipt attention The beet 2W AVhUker In the State Win CUSHION Owensberq LL j U Hartford Republican t4Od bl tbb lllUlord ltlWiltag Coinnny n nronIO1Trdanu liiXftT TIIUuIllnr =I=PaO = OnCu=QedancSM91io- 2ouh SVMzz1RIflAY MARCH 13 d h- Unl nt drlllnfTr- nnleat aIlveLtIlemeflt1 40c per lab unit- ncntIJu Xis 1i lueb citchiiddltloual Iigttnp- edCI cd uits mi punY uniitrcirts i- JAvn iiiittf4 JOe line dIt Insertion 6c per lIoe vnb oddiliounliourliunSICard tif Ibuzibi rctioIDUuM IICU oWtflnnk 10n 01l1o81ibt Cub lo uhillieeth ovr4vE3iNrN- orlHaic V t4e1IiovbWI 111 mutborlzl tu nnnuve nntxInmom th lnnlb Snaton1aI IJlatrlct luhled to tht tetIoii ullbe nuho pUtt3mWoo nre iiutbonlzedto unoine Sf al 4 ctnJIatu tot IImte totltor fro tbe e otb SnatorIaI Vlstnlct subject to Ui ict1on 01w the Ivobllllo patty b- Wirtiutborled to aiiiOuDi II BAKER nllOA1I8 JIB rDbdllnto ton Stille enatot IroIDn the Hintb t4ecatottiLI dltrlt ublect to the tlon or the ltevUbllcAO partyaIor CIrcilIttourl ClerkflWA autborled to DOOO1l0tl V I SAND- EJuU a a candidate tOT Clerk Ohio ClrclI1t Court uubIct to the aetloc of the 1tepbUcau party we are utborlttd to aunoudce E t flAl3- 1A814 Clerk Obto CfrcnItCOurt- anbjLct ri a jndIdite for tu the atIou uf the Republican pnrty For UepreaCPilaStVO We are utboIted to axi0000ce DR A P- IAIIK t ci a candidate for Itfneomtln from Oblq coanloubltct to the lItlon of the Unpub- llvan puttydVe are lIutbotl1d to ausiounce BAKER a A caAdhtata for lteprcEutattVe troLl Ohio county eubject to th action of the itepuby tv an Ian1 ANOUNCEMETu for the DemoI cratic nomination for Represcntatire are now in order FAtuER Lennon of Stratford is 11 member of the Newllamptbirc Legii lature Father Lennon is the only Catholic prlcat in America holding I letiala ve office Tnn Federal Government has just paid into the Kentucky State frels- ury more than smillion of dollars on an old war claim The Beckliam ad ministration needed itITnERE will be a hard lIght math agaInst the Beckham machine in Ohio county Some promlDeut Democrat ic leaders here will push the fight for RJ Breckenridge- Dit 4M Scus a vienna tcientist claim to have invented an apparatus by whIch the blind is made to seeS Hid contrivance iu not applied to 1eyeand conveys images to the brain WE ate plcaoo to announce that the condItion uf Hartford streets haa greatly improved The mud Is severS ul inches deeper than it baa winter but dilulcil by the recent rains it is more navigable IN a cIvilized country the people do RiOt know the winter from the sum mer by tho condition of the ronds- Wa heard Iho fellow say it Our first iropuldEI WM to resent it but then wuI reflected the right to tell the truth recognized everywhere While the statement WIla not literally true it isI one calculated to put the thoughtful to thinking IF blue ingenious Democrat will find a head for the Democratic Na tknal ticket next year a vexed probe lem will have been settled ThuI Hartford Herald has named Mr WI J Bryatl for the tail Thia looks like telling Mr Bryan to go wayI hack and sit down but since ho math such a poor thowing as the head of the procession perhaps it is well to lel him work the other end awhile AGAiN we must insist that corre spondeuts writing for Tile RErUn LlCAN sign their real names We shall not puLlifhDl1mCiJ except where they follow immediately the commu nication like the signature to a per srrnal letter but we must know Iron whom the article comes This rule applieu to our regular as well I1S ocI easionat correspondents Many woll written communications find their way to our waste basket because the name of tho writer is not signed Foun of the first ladies of Hop kineville visited the cottages at the unfortunate women in the suburbs o that city a low days ago and pleaded with their fallen sistertu to quit their shameful haunts and return to wo manhoodagain It Is said that aUof the unfortunates expressed desire to lead better lives and many of then shed tears A house of refuge will be opened hr the four ladies where the frieodlee oulcasts will bo clredI for until rcspectable employment can bo secured for thorn Surely here an example of womans humanity toI woman that must bring the angels toI joyful tears TUE Kentucky statutes prohibit ing buying and selling votes are ideal enough but for practical par poses they tire worthlea The State of Indiana has a law on this subject that is sensible and practical In that State only the milD who selli his vote may he puniehod und as the politicians as wellas jofJd citizens though for different reasons WllutI this vote eliminated the enforcementI of the law may be and in fact is I 4 hOLt Trite it fI but just that the scoundrel who bnTl votcs deoetvs o less punishment then the scouu rel who selb but the law to punish both reults in the punishment of- either A Nsw YORK libertine who had recently filed suit against his wife for ivorce was mysteriously murdered that city two weeks ago TueSday nother libertine whom the murder man halt n1mel tie corespondent- n his suit for divorce committed Truly the wages of sin is ot withheld Nectar stolen from e sleeping gods must sooner or later turn to gall The aiim ut inth- idual happluers cannot bo increisellI y the addItion of crime Foots may ot bu couXillcc that it is true billI onsciousness of duty dono brings ans ottlreal bnppineS Man moyfor a time bribe his conscietc ith drugs ROIl drink anil- orrow from hell at usurous rates a easure of maddened revelry bulI Remone that greedy shylock COIB C- St last and demands his pound of- esh and the debtor slave must bare his breast C BARRETTS RRY Mr WnJlace St Clnlr of Olaton Clnd Miss Nannle Pollard of Shreve were quietly marrIed at the home of- he bride Sutday afternoon Mr Willie liar wife and children were the guestu of Mr J P Harl Fri ay night Mr Spuriler and wle of Atna- ule were the guests of Mr George Johnson and family laIt week Ahoute on the attn of Mr Jaxnev Boiling was delltroyed by fire last ThursdAY evening The fire broke out In the front room while the 3ml- Iy were at flupper And before they discovered the fire the flames had covered every wall Mr Erastus Bratcher and family were occupying- the house and did not save anything Mrs Prank Duncan Is on the sick listMr Carson Park who Is attending choolat ordslIIe was at his home near here Saturday and Sunday The Messrs Smith who have been cutting and hauling elm timber here returned to their homes at Philpot Saturday Messrs J N Shroader and John Godsey nut to Leltchfield last week In the Interest of the new brldie at Canelod sIpNews From the West Chlvlngton Col leb 2t 193 Dear EditorIf you will allow me space In your valuable paper I will try to answer some questions to my friends through your paper Will say that the sun shines here about 300 days In the year and strange to say it Is the lame Idcntlcal lun that shines In Kentucky The moon and staco are quite the came I thInk thls1s the liefthlest country In the west4oeo feet above set level Wll1teri here are somewhat coMer than In Kentucky but not hall so dlMltreeablr Fourteen below zero has been the coldeut this winter J havnt seen a quart of mud since Oe- tobcl It rarely rlllnll after October 15 until April r nave quite a lot ol snow rometimen but It dont lay on the grfJund more than two to three days Well this part of the state Is a vast plain which begins at the Gulf ol Mexico and extends Into Canada but the central and western parts of the state Is mountainous with feitlie val leya This Is principally a stock country but znluinr ta the principal industry In the monuta1n with farm lug along the river valleys Well money does grow on bushes here butt bushes are truly ocarce There opportunities here for the man that will work and ltay with his job This Is the finest country for the la boring man either single or married in the United States Well it this dont get Into the waste basket I will write again Why lb It tht the editor hasnt a cor respondent front Tally Ky I will answer any amount of questions anyone wl the to ask only send stamped envelope for reply This is the finest country to rear children In that I have seen yet not In quantity but In qual- Ity character and principle Best regards to all my friends Yours J T WtrrnR Ills Face Paralyzed Marlon Ky March 9COUgress man Olllc James was attacked by la- r cIa paralysis at his home here this afternoon His entire face Is paralyze ed but his physician says that It it not serious and that he will soon te cover FRIENDS1IIiHURCI1- iWe extend our sympathy to the- editor and his wife In their recent sad bereavement Mrs W W Royal spent Friday with her son Mr Elmer Royal and familyMrs Glruda Royal and little daughter Lucy visited Mrs Isaac Wester- fiel Wednesday 4r AlvlaKeetot and wile spent Satuidaf iilght with Mr Al Keeton of Reynolds Mrs Mary P Royal and little grandson Felix Royal were the guests ot Mrs Veola Westelfield Sat unlay Little Leaiie Westerfield Is 00 the sick list Mrs Etna Royal and children were the guetu of Mr J S M Royal and family Sunday Elder John Johnson preached here the first Sunday THE GIAHfl JURY Its Virtues Vices and Vicissitudesw Truthfully and Terse t ly ToldIThe grand jury like the poor Is ald ways with us especially In the month ofMarch Grand juries are always t unpopularwith the criminal classes and the present one Is no exception The grand juries have fallen Into thee habit of sitting about thtee weeks The hen sets about the tHml lengtho of time The hen frequently flTuehing Must ril jlules do ltkcwlse- mt they lit quently sit on somttliiug hat soineboJyi Ire luu htclted Thl- plellelt giand jury hl don very it tIt lHtchill 111 this Is liPid lnlt- frllt Most gtntid Jtrles bitch t o much A gianil jnry like a lien may clverbrooc1llsc1f Thq grand Jury has lal ample time to glttller wisdom In itt lifstiine ns It is 559 years old It should be proud ot its prop ct to lellve uuwelOU g- ftm11 representatives IS It has fittysix children Itd politics Is soewhatzulxed as Its threefouttbai protection and gold anti one IOrtb rte trade and free silver however It will not hesitate to take tvrentyfoui dollars a day in nny old sott of money for Its sitting For good consezva hive tensible work this Is one of the best gra1d juries that ever sat hele but then It has a sight of Republicans on It In religion It la a little mixed also It baa six methodists four Baptists and two ChllstJans We never knew a raDd jury to have so few BaptIst or so many Christians us this one As a rule the Baptists have a majod ty ou the graud jury but thls time the Methodists have a full half and Christians have doubled their former representation Now the Integers of the above totals are Jacob Weller age 73 Democrat Baptist 7 children W M Awtry age 6a Republican Methodist S children Thos P Ball age 57 Republican Methodist oJ children Steve May age i4 D ocrat Methodist 7 children W W loyd age 5t Republican Christian no children R C Taylor age 48 Republican Baptist 5 children John H DavIs age 48 RepQbllcan Christian 5 children C R Stevens age 43 Republican Methodist 6 children A R Mitchell age 39 Republican BspUst 6 children H A Wilson age 39 Democrat Methodists children P A Burdett age 37 Republican Methodist 2 children R D MatUn age33 Republican Baptist 3 children FORDSVllLE The roads leading Into town and the streets are nlnwDt ImpnEllllble a accoant of the mud Mrs Lee Montgomery Is very sick Mr I C Adair went to Louisville Sunday returning Monday Mrs Sweatt has returned from a visit to Paradise Mr and Mrs E E Quisenberry went to Louisville Wednesday to buy spring and SI1I111er goods for their store Mr J P Cooper was In Owensboro the first ofthe week Mrs Arnold McCarty Is sick this week Mr Otho Fowler went to Louis yule Friday and returned Sunday night Mise Ava Davidson entertained a few friends Monday evening In honor of Miss Jessie Henderson who will soon move with her pArents to Cln- clnnatl Mr S G Drushel formerly prlncl pal of our school we learn has ac cepted the shlershlp of a bank at- Campton Wolf county Miss Nun Field of OvcnGboro Is at the beside of her sister rrrs Mont gomery Mr W S Gaines went to Paducah Wednesday to be gone several days Mr and Mrs J J Tilford wed to LouIsvIlle Wednesday to see Ben Hut Mr and Mrs Chamberlain have rcturned from n two weeks trip to Florida Mr Proctor Woods a telegraph operator was the guest of Mr Bob Brausford last Friday Miss Marlou Adair Is the guest 01 Miss Nell Conniff In Loulavllle this weekMr Charlie Reynolds to has been sick Is able to be at his place of business again Miss Tulle Whitehead and Mrs Annie Miller of Owensboro were the guests of Mrs Millers daughter Mrs A B MeCatty lllst Wednesday Master Huber Cooper la ill of meat leg Mr and rrrs J J Droderlck went to Louisville Monday to attend fite pelormat1ce of BenHur S A Kind Tribute On last Friday evening about three oclock the darkwlnged angel o f death visited the home of Mr w J Logsdon and took from him his be loved wife She was a member oC the 1st II Church and was truly a good wutnnn She bore her sufftrlngs with patience antI was ready and willing toI go when the summons came Shi leaves a husband lour sons and one daughter to mourn her departure May the Lord be with and comfort them with tin thought thut the h tnt tleou tt uir 111rJ IY alo cowIQS We Tould sayto hetu- eep not for her for while It Is hard o give her up yet we knott hn- s In a laud where aicktteca anti death can never enter and that she Is to ay singing pralsCt arouud the der- nal Ultoue In glory with her l vidI Onlll gone ou before What a- hought 8tttIt Is to know that when hif weary life Is ended and they are calls cl to go that there they can meet mother and live foreverfWe exteuti to this bereaved family tut heartfelt symitathy truatiug that s they will look to IIInt who doeth alltulags well LUrA- i BIG BANQUET RepulLcans Give Godfrey Hunter Swell Reception at lOUISI yule Hotel Prominent Louisville Republiqans- rected lion WGodrrey Hunter late Minister to Gautawall1 with au etc ant reception and dinner tjbe onlsvl1le Hotel Ip Louisville last nighto About two score ptOthItt Republicans out In the state enii SIted to be present tom et the tehlru- tng Minister Mr Sent A AndHton Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio countyI was n guest Mr Anderson left over the Illinois Central Cor Louisville yesterday noon SMALLIIOLJS- Mr harry Everly and Mirs Hffie Bullock eloped to Teunessee last Wednesday and were married They were accompanied by Mr Herbelt Ban They returned home Saturday Mr Leslie Tally who has been In the army about three years has reo turned and Is the guest of his dter Mrs Alouzo France Mr R D Hunter who hu been the guest of his sister Mrs J S Trunnell for the past week will re turn homethla week Messrs Luther Addington Lwla Fulkerson and Chester Rosa have reo turned horn St Louis Mr Pen Ii Taylor went to Evans yule Saturday night with some hogs and cattle for the market Messrs Jese Hill and Harry Ever ly attended court at Hartford last week Mation the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesse Hill Is quite sick Mr Ed Ban Rockport wIllh our midst Sunday tilL guest of Ills par eats Mr and Mrs Will Ball Mrs Tom Ball and son of Center town were In our midst In5t Frday u Y M C A Notes The Hartford Association had two very Interesting meetings last Sun day the first was a Boys MeetIng held at r30 oclock the second was the regular mena meeting at voo- clock The Boys Department was 0- Ilulzed on last Saturday morning and Dthe boys meeting on Sunday was the first regular bays meeting There were 21 boys presenta fine crowd- for the first time The outlook for the boys department Is very flatter- Ing There are many boys that could get great good out 01 this department if they would join The membership fee Is 100 payable to suit the boy An boys must have the permission of their parents or guardian before they will be allowed to join The mens meeting was well at tendedthlrtythree present and we had a very Interesting and profitable study of the lesson The reading room Is lull of good reading matter the very best magaa- zlnes and papers ate to be CO1doQ file Conic and make use oftheicz The man who reads is the man who thinks the man who thinks Is the wan that Is n succers In life Beaver Dam Association dldnot hold their regular meting on last Friday night but held a short confer ence Instead It was decided to hold no more meetings until the protract ed meeting shall have closed All men are Invited to these meetings Come A MItMuER Wakeful Children For long time the twqyearold child of Mr P j McPherson 59 N Tenth St Harrlaburg Pa would aleep but two or three hours tl1 kJi- eearly part of the night which made It very hard for her parents Her mother concluded the child had atom- 0th trouble and gave her half of one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which quieted her stowlch- andsheslepl the whole night through Two boxes of these Tablets have effected a permanent cute and theta now well mid strong For sale by all druggists m O4STOnXADeati he his Klnd Yos usia Always COrIII IIgnatareif7 Mrs Oscar Haynes Dead Mri Oscar Haynes died suddenly Saturday night at her home three mIle northeast of Whltesvllle Mrs Haynes was a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Williams of Owensboro and was about thitty yearB old Besides her husband she leaves three boys anit one little girl The funeral ot3Iby eIfits n bilious atteck take Cha- iberlainn Stomuch and Liver Tablets and II quick recovery Is certain For sale by all druggists m 1Tndialia Law Firm of Ken1uclY lawyers Suing Each other When former Governor Taylor and Reuben Miller former County Attorney of BrlCclnrldge county went to ndianapolis thr e pars ago they Icltmed a pRrtnershp for the practice of lAW lu that city Recent dispatches rom Indianapolis say that the Ken ueiy lawyers have dissolved pattuer hip and each has brol1Rhtsnlt against he otr to compel the payment of a percenttge or fees lie alleges Is due hint rain his former partner On tbe hIoteiReistcrs- vr riru COMMERCIAL A II Rowlln Hartford C J Ah bat Parlucah J G Butch Owens boroi C W Titus thlcnco H L Wallace Deaufield SO Keown T J Morrison JaekWalkerand Clarence Smith Fod vilJe- Ai TIlE HARTfORD nOUsE- J M Shields Greenfield Ill CA SltowCIS Llverl110re Rnd J C Keown FcrdsvIlle h1ndsotiJones Mr Alfred L Hudson of hartford und MIM RUn ronea ot Pordsvllle wilt be united In the holy boudsol matrimony at the residence of the bride Thursday Much a6 Mr Hudson Is n popular young building contractor of this city and Miss Jones Is the prttty graceful and ac- compHshed daughter of Mr Wi R jones of Fordsvllle Narrow Esca e From Fire Mr Willis Heflin a friner livlug near Heilia came near losing his house by lire Muwlay nlrbt A member of the mlly awoke about daylight Tuesday morning observed that the room was filled wIth smoke An ipvutigatlon located the fire In the kitcben where the spark statltd the fire doubtttlII fell cook ttore A lArge section taIlsI floor hOQ burned away that under the stove which had tn The flor had PerhaPs been s10w- Iy burning throughout the night rue Lire was put out without serious difficulty rind the loss to the building and fnrnlture amounted to about twentyfivedollas To the Farmers If you hoe a fatw horse cow or- Iinyt1Jhg else lo sell iet the pple know It by putthignlecv line notice In TBi RnlUOllCA It will be sure to bring you n puichater REDA Rev R D Bennett Hartford filled hIsre7nlar appointment at the or E Church Sunday Mrs Cordella Hoover moved to- Owensooro last week M1iC1ltiraDct nett who bin been with her sister for some time visited her parents Mr and Mrs S A Bennett Saturday nd Sunday Miss Alberta Greet lipefJt Monday with Mrs Bernice Dodton and Mias Ethyl Bennett Mr Ed Ward went to Owenllboro Monday with tob o- Mrloney Sauderlur and amlly were the guests of Mr and Mrs W C Ambrose Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs 1 B Tichenor went to Hartford Monday to visit relatives Dr R L Ford Livermore wasln our town Monday We regret to learn of the death 0 Mrs Hllrlan Tlcheuorwho died Monday The deceased was a slsterln law of Mr L B Tlc enor of this plItcel and waa loved and esteemed by all who knew her Mrs Sallie Bennett Is visiting her niece Mrs L B Tichenor Mr L P Sandefur candidate for Circuit Court Clerk was In our town last week A Correction Loui5vllle Ky Match roMr John H Thomas Editor REIUBLCM Dear Sir In the last Issue of your paper you say that Pete Halley was accidentally killed In the railroad yards here rknow you would not intentionally misstate the facts which were these Mr lIaffey died at St Mary and Ellubeths College of pneumonia alter a sickness of more than a week Mt Hafley died lu the church ofbs forefathers and received the last saratcnt of the churlh and was buried In St Louis Catholic cemetery I ant yours truly P H Heivpv 4- Married at Eighty Mr Ell Walker one of the wealth lest men oCMcLean county sOd Mrs james Hlgdon were married at Con gleton McLean county last Wednet day The groom dos riot know his exact age but says he In rcrly elgh ty lIe rarely wears a coat and hail not worn a pair of suspenders for forty years until the day of the wed ding Immediately alter the ceremony he deeded hit buds i6o acres of fine land and 800 His bride Is a handsome woman fottynthe years of age She Is the widow of the late James HIgdon of McLen county She possesses considerable property which she hils wllled to her many children This Is her third venture iti the sea of matrimony OJ Thomas Liolinson Dead Mr Thomas L Johnson died at his home In Owenlboro Monday afternoon alter a long Illness and was burled Tuesday afterOoonin Elmwood Cern T cr ttery Mr Johnson formerly lived In Obli COtlty tld wa tout ssveuy- yrnis old Uirt wife tinti nine chil beeuaIand was known RUt rerpectrd by a large uumber of people Recent Marriages J N Ralph Maliau to Mrs Emma Westerfield Magdn N O Bwell Nrrows to Laura SanderI Horse Branch J T Petty Unrrows to Eller Shultz Narrows W D Strattou Nel1us to PcrIle- GolT leach HOW THEY STAND In the inquirerRepublican Rub ber Tire Buggy Contest MIS8 Jessie Rynoltls J531 Miss Ielia Hunter 3224 MIss I3easieDarnea 1222 Miss Laura Morton roo8IMiss l3essle LoYIl Mian Nancy Smith 723 Mist Mollie Pytou 710 MiMi Mattie Bean 6Jt Miss Eva Martin 6r2- MISiJ ophla Miles 6ic Miss Ida Addtngtoa 6q Miss Eva Taylor J JSIQ Miss Eulah Bennett Il- Misi 2 Lydia Tlchcl1or ci8- nrn1 Jennie Armstrong li- I Miss Gussle Woodnrd 2tR s Dizzy Then your liver isnt acting well Yau suffer from bIlious ness constipation ycrs Pills act directly on th l1vr For 60 years they hi teii the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure n WaD MOil or toea a beIItJ browuorrehbtec iLnIO- BUCKINGHAhVS DYE Wh C a CO h N so cs I e nrMalt Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders habit Worse Than the Disease DrMlIes Norvine Cured Mo When the neroua syttem has beta abet tried by the me of dadt drugs there b nothiug to equal Dr billet ticrvlne lurcitor tag It to health and normal activity I feel so ratefgl far what Dr Miles Re- ltorathe Nervtne hat done for me that I must tell It for thatpart of huxumdty that yearsImorphineToull u it was the only thing that wealdal ease and now you who point with scorn at morphine ullne how could yec when In such agony kllolnl It about the only thin that lIe relief trial 111 lnew It was a terrible habit and I knew of Its deadly ifUP but I never fully realized its 11116 dote untIlI hail used It a number 01 monlhs- Db the mller of being uddicted to such a habit I tniolved then and there to qui I II and resolved I culd nenr be a line to all1- Ilich demon About this time I happened to notice Dr IlIcl leltoratln Nenlnc silver tlzed sd ordered a bottle Atte using 6n bottlel I ecu tnnMu2 la tsin cured of- lllioll morphine however much persons may doubt It Coil U my witnezs I ara cured This testimonial Is unsolicited but I feel It duty to give It for the benefit of tb- sufferingMArTIS lIIUJrslrucottAIk All drulbts sell and guarantee tint hot tie Dr RemedIes Send free boot on Nervout and Heart Dlue Addle Dr blues Medical Co Elkhut lad iiiiLIGIITNIRG SEBD SOWBB BEST ON EARTH maUifctomoneyreabouscsIbytb I luexpcnii4bcnce4 tcnESt5xsWelabi tc than iced s on cnopoundcanbo sa vcit as ott- U0t f Price at your lostoff- iceiioTry coo 20 COUTIOCOt and Set happy AOCNTS WANTCO SOLD llY D L D SANDERFUR URANER DAM KY- PEALEII1f Hardware and Groceries Harvesting Machincs Fari1ing Implements Commercial For tililizors Garden Seeds and Field Seeds ROBYHOTEL I T QUiSENnERRYPropr Best 100 Hotel in the City Your Patronage Solicithd- ii Fredric St Oweniboro Ky It Cumberland TELEPHONE l AN- DTelegraph CQj- lllcorllomtod1 Theres nothIng the matter with my business I have the Camber land Telephone in ray residence and place of business My business hat Increased and my wifes voice Is neve- er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition g tP NOWh1NMllr I BIlIousness Makes chroic Invalids W1ienthUmIateTp1d tatttodOItt0t11- thbUentcxi the Mood aesetruteut ratIOn 1 hO- DoaeM eomc btUOQIII sick Ileidsobe liven ad aIria nie oGt te tgties lbs liver jUt the nhI touch and MaN NIZ5I won In the nab mAnn- entsAMONS LIVER PILLS- 1AND1OWW PELLETS Its pIIl t cbci the liver saStho poUola lone tha- lJwlemy Nsd00I Ion srcent and tin baa your ems Is o1illgl1 bGd JOI- fau be iii Wore you Snub them Sample frso For saie at all doaion- I For sale byJ H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky 1 t++ +++++++ +iir ii PUSo81N64 1 rHEAD If J IWo nra always looking ahead for something that will enable us to increase our busincss and give bet- torf service to our trade With this end in view wo i haye nailed to our 50rvice a bar cashcnrrying system 1Yo will lntvo it ill opratioli by MartIi 15th With addition wo hopo to give our customers moro sntisfictolY tiiitl quicker service Wo extend xi very 1 cordial invittioIl to everybody to visit our store and see how much more complete this mammoth business is with the addition of this system At the same time we will take great pleasure in showing you the most complcto lino of Utmoral Merchandise to be found ill this whole section of country every article of which isorth every cent of its price Re member the smallest child can buy from us as cheaply i as the inot ox1crioIlccd buyer in the country Our + store is open every business day andOU dont have buy bccauio you ito SprillgoMerChandiSei i Our buyers are in the markets to complete our purchases i for our entire lines of Spring Merclinndiseand 1Cfl rest assured that we will still occupy the 113 distributors of lesirablo goods We- have already oponod for your inspection quite a nice limo of Wash Fabrics Stiplo Gizigliam and Em broideHs Farmers Attention J We are sole agents for tho Oliver Chilled Plows 1 Old Hickoi and Tennessee Farm Wagons ftrivor Buggies Jiorsoshioo brand of Corn Fertilizer nnd- Hom8tlnd Tobacco Grpwor Vlsole is the good judgment in buying brands you know nothing about when yoti can buy bmnds of us that you know will give you sntisrnctionl Wo have just received a car loadof horseshoe brand of Corn Fertilizer and 011ifor your business in this linc right now If you have some good Timothy or Redtop Ilay for sale como to Sec us or write us Also bring us your corn We tko all Jdiids of Country Produce in exchange for Goods Conioto see us E P BARNES BRO Beaver Dam Kentucky i4+++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++s I AM 4 DEALER In Dry Goods Notions Clotlillig f Boots Shoes Hats CAPS Carpets Bed Ticking Table Cloth Domes tic Etc Iask your tr de and I1Ppc f9r share of it Just npw I I am cllingg90dsv ry low In fact to close out I make few pd csWill leave for thcEas- tulay I j9 buy a Spring stock 9I Igoods Call iI Inc I T a B1M tCTah Pit to iir 1t O fOwensboro Ky5rpln atcwttot1lOOnrll I t Anti 1oltyer Iht attention given to tock ll ndquattor for Obi count people JAMREYNOLDS Proprietor t a k r f k rT r U fJc ++++ 414+ ++ t4i + tr444 + 4 + lH1oH +44 1s+ f- I 1 SPRING GREETINGS 1t Whulo wintol hnnl9 heavily onto the outsido world- f glimpses springtimo alO to bo soon in FAIR COS L BIG DRY GOODS STORFJ2lioy are showing their now line of Madras Wnisting Embroideries Laces Giuglmms Porrols Etc A splendid time to select A i thorn Iuid certainly iio bettor time could bo found to upiEmbroidery SpecialsI Ono lot about 600 yards of Cambric Embroideries patIOne lot 600 yards snmo ns abovo hnndsomo pat 4terns widths running from 3 to 6 inches nothing in kother stores like thorn for less than 260 Our Special TPrice is 15- cEinbroidery Accoinpaihments CIrnico Him of Nainsook Insertions Trimmings Me I dalions Etc to match any of our Embroideries Our stock of Bleached Muslins such ns Hope Ma sotivillo FruitofLoom Lonsdnlo Cambrics Long Cloth Etc was never In bettor condition Como to lieadquartera for material for your Underwear It will boa pkasuro for you to select them how Spring Suitings i Nothing bottor for the early spring waist than Ma Iras certainly there is no goods that looks neater I Full 32 inches wide good fast colors big variety of a solid shades and stripes goods that sell readily over all- a retail counters for 15e Our Special Price is lOc AU wool for Skirting 38 inches wide now shades of light gray Oxford green and navy blue aU right for a SpecialPricej TRADE AT THE BARGAIN CENTE- RLT t i i+ +++++ t++ + +f + I4Jlt111411t1II1I1LH Do YoU I Want ID I i Bell Real KS1le1 DoYo VIanUut Real KstalB1 I 10 lTheAnswer YESt will Generally te Well tbllt IaJtbtAHofcoarH101- 1at to know Iliot hr lOll rftf- twhit IIe 101 t IM t tbe iniUSa- ynIt2ttO kIOt tI Ut1ggoo4o I tb11Q1IIf11 thhtl buy I I bav 1111 oaertafla IhaE s lIoriit01 rUorla trOOtl NUmOIl Sorrdi AblnugiI Call at llIICOt UflleiItlI7UU wiint to bnrfl m Ill do tb bnIir III Titlos Abstracted Tour trl- ll1SAAndersonI t RERLESTRTEAGEtIT Hartford Rb H HUH au nUt H H HTir Hartford Republican f FRIDAY MARCh J3 CaroBro piycuh for Iure- LnncIsI at City Rtaurant from Ioct1p I Mrs WUlIa Henan Ct Jear lIelnl- a very sick City Restaurant wants your trade durlni Circuit Court r1abam Jandlum ol Smallhoua has moved to Rockport fleet the markets affords at CityRes rtflt1taflt Come and see r Rev Q J Dean who hRS been sick 7forsceral dAys lB Improving Peihpptero and Irish at City Res tnurant lherved In latest styles Mrs lolia B rester who kas beei sick IQr uveral weeks Is sio better fNicest line of Candles Cakes and t rFrutts In llarttotd at City Restaurant l Mrs Commodore Ashly o a- If l tbcen sick for some time lalmpWVIug Iis Mettle Moaeley PleJlS8ut Ridge entered school here Monday r Mr Jo A flarnelt a larmer living near town had his shoulder dlaloc1t fcdwhile dehorning some cattle w- eijjjjjjjj Onions at Carton BrOi 1Potato SausageCanned GOOt1sI Cakes Crackers c litO to City Rca rtaumntIiCity Restaurant handles the nicest line of Goodaln Hartford Uverthlug the best IWith the excepIon of the colored at llortaa all the public schools In the cnueit have closed There Is going to be a wedding In this old town btfore many moons that will surprise evtrybodrl bit the contracting editor Wayne PaifJof litT Crorn IlIrhas aold hlrto for f22yJ 1Ir lulouwlthI ht family w veitif la the spring i1st spIte of the udJj reads liszt rraerekanti are kaujar toes of zoo4a hauled out from aver nall4 and will be prepared fur the ruk of spring trade Mr Wallace St Clair and Miss Minnie Pollard were married at theI residence of the bride near Shreve Sunday afternoon Rev Henry Burch performed the ceremony Superintendent lames DeWeese went to Sulphur Sprllll yesterday toI meet a conference ofachool patrons to discuss the question of some changes In school districts In thatsectlou Mr Alex Rowan who will suc ceed Mr Isaac Poster In the manage mt or the Commercial Hotel has arrived la tows and will take charge of the hoisteryin about ten days Mr JnoWrd a prosperous fat mer about sixty years of age living at No Creek was adjudged a lunatic In Judge Millers court Monday and conveyed to the asylum at Hopkins yule Tneday Asthma II One ol mTdaucllt rs had a terrible case We tried almost everything but without re lid We then loyers Cherry Pectoral and three and bottles cured herE Jane EntzmbgerLanjsVIl1CPAyraCkerry certalnlycuresflianycasO of asthma f I And Itcures bronchitis hoarseness weak lungs t 4 whoopingcough croup winter coughs night coughs and hard cOId- flnsstiu kSk II Afl4- iconIt yor doctor It hi uys tIc It then Jo al si it hi telll OQ Dot to tlk It thendont taks IL Ha knows Loa It IthJ01tMan u The Keystone of Good Health Is pure load Lion Coffee IIs afl coffeeno glazing of or glue to conceal cia fes and cheapen its quality richInscaled packagcsncvcr in bulk MrNoble iJeanol Sulphur Sprints Ism of abdominal trouble There are two white men two negroes two women and one dog In the Hartford fall Mrs Robert Nation of near Magan- I dead of a disease thought to be apt nal meningitis She leaves a husband ud two children Mrs R K Dean of Sulphui Spring happened to a pllinful accl dent by stepping on a nan yesterday morning The nail passed through her shoe sole and nearly through her loot Mr wm irair wet with a painful accident Monday evening lie bad gone Into his barn loft to hay his horse and In climbing down fell from the ladder and sustained II severe fracture of I1ls right shoulder Interest Is the right kind of a worker It never tires Is always willing never strikes wants no holidays anll Its working qualities are guaranteed The Davless County Bank Trust Co at Owensboro offer great advau- tages In their ad In this paper Read ItISchofield MidkitF who was under bond to appear at the present term ofI Circuit Court for malicious cutting ana wounding a roan by the name oft Martin at Magan several years ago has forfeited llls band by falling tot appear The bond was for S500 andI M S Ragland Henry Wright andI Bcd Smith were his bondsmenj Mr Uribeck Barron died or old age at the residence of his daughter Mrs R H Alexander In OwensbOroMon day Mr Buron was elghtyfonr years old at the time of his death Mr Barron was the lather of Mrs David Morton and spent many sum men t Suphur Springs In this county while Mrs Morton had charge of that property I The Missionary and Sunday School Convention or the Ohio County B3pI tilt Association will meet with theI church at Waltons Creek on SaturC day before the th Sunday In thisC month There will be a sermon by some one on Friday night before A program for the meeting will appear next weekdTHE SERPENTS FANGSc Arc Sunk Ruthlessly Into tile Arm That Seeks to Crush Its HeadsThe sad story ot the falling by the wayside of a man toning for freedom come froc Memphis Ed P Crowe a gentleman well known here who was suspended trom the ministry of the Methodist Church for drunkenness and lateIturned temperance lecturer was ar rested for drunkenness In a saloon at Memphts Sunday Crowe was on his was to Arkansas to make a series temperance lectures when the ser pent whose head he was honestly reeklng to crush sank Its poison fangs into his arm and he fell wounded again He had on his when arrested a quantity of tempert ance literature People here who know Ed Crowe express deep sympathy for him notI for his mlscondutt but for that weakJ ness ci will that makes him powerc less at times to raist the temptation to drink Investigates Strange IachlneI Wednesday night the grant juryI investigated the strangest machine ever sen In Ohio county and the lUte of which none of them had per haps ever seen before Alter a careful examInation and havlut the parts antI purposes of the machine explained to them they pronounced one or theI most wonderful pieces of mechanism they had ever seen but decided that it was not necessarily dangerous IfI operated by skillful hands and took no action toward confiscation of theI property or plllcing restrictions on its operation by its owner Perhaps we might have better ns well as brieferI told this story by saying that Dr B W Ford gave the members of the grand jury an Interesting demonstra- tloa of the wonders of his Xray machine with which they were well pleased rblle Sate myiriDam road on Wednesday Match z8 1903 all my personal property con slsUngof horses cattle farming 1m- plementsand household and kitchen furniture Terms of sate nine months credit with approved security WAVN2 PAXTON Cromwell Ky j SCIILEITZBAUM TRIAL Jury Out Pourtcc11 hours dILl no Verdict In Sight The enseol the Cowmonwentth vs A B Schleltzbaum charged with embezzlement was given to the jury at four oclock Wednesday evening but up to the hour of goIng to press had not arrived at vutilct The jury will bedlsihrghd at zo oclocf this morning whether It agrees to a verdIct or not It Is the pract1caly universal opinion here that the jury Is hopelessly hung- Thelndlctmentupon which Schlellz baum was tried charged him with embezzling 86 dollars belonging to the Illinois Cedtral Railroad Company while acting ns agent for that corn panyat Pordsville lat August On the z6th day of August19o2one- r II Boatner shipped by the Amen canIxpress from OweusborO to Fords yule a package said to contain 000 which Schleltzbanni receivedas agent of that company at Pordaville Boatner came on to Pordaville and directed Schleitzbauni to reship the package to him at toutsvUle Boat nerwent toa Dofe1 and spent the night and left on the early train over the Texas for Iniav1lIe the next morning Schleltzbaum claims that about 8 oclock on the night of August i6 while he was ou his way to the tele phone office with the Doatner express package and elghtyslx dollars belonging to the Illinois Central Rail road Company on his pereon to sue wee a call two masked men held him up at the point of a pistol robbed him of both the express package and the money belonging to the rail road company and then forced him to accompany thens several miles up theTexas railroad where they stopped opened the express and railroad packt ages counted the money and forced him Schleitzbaum to take dope and goto steep while they es aspect When Schleitzbanzn came Into court answer to the Indictment noted above Messrs HeavrIu Woodward Glenn Ritigo sat for the defendant and Commonwealths Attorney J Edwin Rowe County Attorney W ii Barnes and Mr II PTaytlor for the prosecutlon thirty witnesses were examined for the prosecution Among them Mr J H ShuwRker Chief of the Pink erton National Detective Agency Mr 11AmericasW Titus Traveling Auditor forthel- linois Central Railroad Company other witnesses of high character standing with their respective employers the American Exprss Company and the Ilitnois Central r Railroad Company No witnesses up pasted for the defense except the defendant who was In the witness chair more than two days of the ten ays the trial lasted The evidence was completed late afternoon and argument by- ounsel began when court opened Tuesday morning Judge J S Glenn wade the open- Ing speech for the defense and spoke bout three hours Judge Glenns was a masterly effort for hisb lient Mr H P Taylor made thetfirst speech for the Commonwealth- and made as many of the bystanders believe the best effort of his life and this Is no mean compliment Messrsb Heavrin and Riugo followed for the defense with atlanta neither of them had perhaps ever equaled before Commonwealths Attorney Rowe whose fame as an orator twell known to most of our readers closed then prosecution with a speech never excelled If ever equaled before an Ohio a county juryrThe universal Importance of thei case on trial was the occasion of these masterly efforts on the part of theatI torneyc l The case was given to the jury s about four oclock Wednesday afterw noon IsThe trial of n many respects the most remarkable criminal prosecution ever had In thea Ohio CIrcuit Court No criminals prosecution we can recall consumed much time nearly ten days andR no former case have witnesses summoned from so many different states Witnesus for the Commonb wealth In this case were Missouri Illinois Colorado Kenktucky and possibly other states no otherase has the chief of the Nat tlonal force of Pinkerton detectivesd beena witness In this no other casehas prisoner In this court accounted for the 1023 of so much moneY 28ooo heM In trust for an other upon a plea of being robbed The unusual attention the trial o Schleitzbaum attracted was due to thetcircumstances under which the leged embezzlement was committed Dog In Jan The first dog ever put In Hartford Jail was locked up here yesterday The dog had offended only by Its loyalty to Its mistreSs who was lock I ed up on a charge of adultery TheI unhappy woman was Dessle Morgan an outcast who his been living with the colored people In Haytl for a year or more past She will be tried In the Circuit Court here today When brought tojaU she begged the privilege ofhaylng ncr lttle dog the sole friend she has pn eurtb locked up with her wblcl favor generous Tom Black reluctitty granted i- I JI ABOUT PEOPLE Mrs Wm Pair went to Luuisvilk Monday Mrn Jno C Thol1U nCllttoL uls- vlUe Tuesday MrC W Morgan ltaxwellcaUed on us tonday Eeq G S Pttzhugh Dundee WilD In town Monday DrHB Innis Render wait townWednesday i Mr Willis t111u of Hentu was In town Wednesday Mr leslie Myers Render was In town Wednesday Mrald Mrs R T Collins went to Louisville yelterdllY Mr rtid Mm P T4Felix went to Louisville yesterday Mr Thomas Boswell of Narrows was In town yesterday Miss Nell Austin returned rom Cincinnati Wednesday Mr W M Lyons Olaton was In Oweusbbro Wedaesday Mrs Sara Collins Smith returned from Cincinnati Monday Mr Rowan Holbrook and family went totouisvLlle Monda- yMrt8enBach Istn LouisvIlle buy lug sprisgatock orhis store Mrs ii J Davenport of Central City lain lIartrordon buslnes Miss Atble Brown Centertown Is vlsltlag her sister Mrs Isaac Poster Mr John C Riley went to Fords vllIe Monday and returned Tuesday Mr William Park Jr Barrette Perry was In town the first of the week Miss Lillie Neville tf FordsvllIe visited r latlves In Owensboro last week Mrs C L Field of Owensboro Is visiting the family of Mr Henry FIeld Mr W P Allen Select was in- own yesthrdIyand gave us II pleasant call Mr J W Benton Betta was In town Wednesday and gave us a veryI pleasant call Editor Heber Matthews of The Hartford Herald went to Louisville this morning Mire Artle Haffey of Beaver Dam the family of Mr Bob Fortes en Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lewis Logsdon who has been vlsiling in Oweusboro returned toI her home at Beaver Dam Monday trs Ellen Bowling and son Ira elt iheirbome near Trisler Monday or Pueblo Cob where they go to renlde I Mr James Worcester and family of FordpvUie will leave next week for Morehoustl Mo where they go to esideIMrs Mnry Hoover who has been spending the winter with her sister Mrs M S Raglnd rd rned to her home at Olaton Wednesday J EDWIN ROWE Brought up In Police Court on Charge of Drunkenness Procecirgs In Circuit Court had toe delay for scunetime yesterday o allow Commonwealths Attorney Rowe to appear In Police Court to an swer toa charge of drunkenness out of a carousal the night Mr Rowe entered a plea of guilty and was fined iooo and costs mounting In aU to about ISPO After closing his speech In the Schleltzb uzn case Wednesday after oon Mr Rowe followed his usual custom oVgettizig drunk after making big speech lie was taken to his In the Commercial Hotel early n the night where he proceeded to make the night hideous with loud Impure and violent language His anguage became so offensive and In u1U g that a gentleman who with his ife was occupying a room on the floor went to Mr and In a quiet gentlemanly mannerI sked him to show a little more re- pect for the other guests of the hoteli This means falling the gentleman Mr8hal Paris who arrested owe nd started to jail with Mum This augered the prisoner who opea hIs knife and held It behind ins whik parleying with the Mar A bysiander observed the open nife inRowes hand and called at- entlon of Marshal S O Keown ofI to the matter and Keown the prisoner C J Abbot Route Agent for the American Express Company went on- Rwea bbud for his appearance In PoUce Court yesterday morning Rowe turned up In Police Court on ime pleade4 guilty and was fined en dollars anl costs the limit of the law for such ofIenses School Districts Consolidated The MIJlerschool district No 24 1I1d the Souwood district No 43 near Herbert both white have been consolidated and a new house will be nUtJoth dtstrlc J were small and nettbe4ma4 good Jmouse and the patrons of t botf dlstrcts agreed 0 the consolldatlon I Duke Out Rethel Duke 01 Beaver Dam who has been In jail here charged with grand larce y got the charge reduced to pettit larceny and plead guilty was finedooowhich he promptly paid and W8lr lease tD fT JWarch April May Thero is a best limo fOr doing everythingthat fa a time when n thing can be done to the best ad vantage most easily and most ef fectlvely Now Is the best time WhyBecauseto purify ityou know this by the pimples and otr eruptions that havo como on your face and body Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Are the medicines to takpthcy do tim work thoroughly and agreeably and never fall to do It youhave8arnparfl1stootake It In the sptlor wj4tIteI bettrthroht- he summer Mia ii NSA cnIlaHoods Sarsaparilla promlsos to curs and keeps the promleo MOTHER AND BABE I Steep Peacefully Together In Death In the Same Coffin J ri rsingle c ni he41ttl F xIbabe upon Its mothers arm lie the mortal remains or Mrs Ella Tichenor and her babe Mrs Tichenor was the wIre ofMr lIarlan TichenOr of near town and was about 24 years old Her only child which was born Sun day preceded her In death but one day The conaltloii of the mother was such at the time of the infants death that hu life was despaired or and Its remains were kept for the sad yet sweet sentiment of being burled In the same grave with Its mother The funeral solemn and Impress lye was conductCd by Bro Givens at New Bethel church ToMr Tlcbenor who suffered also about three weeks ago the loss of his father we extend our heartfelt sympathy A New Law Firm Messrs e M Barnett and e E Smith have formed partnership for the practice of law The firm name will be Barnett Smith and they will occupy rooms over the new Ru- Pontmca offices the prtEent office of Mr Smith Mr Barnett has been a practicing lawyer for a number pf years but for the past five years ha not been very actively engaged In practicing his profession because of his duties as Surveyor of the Port at tout yule and not having had an associate attorney has refused to take any practice except 11 few cases for his special friends Mr Barnett Is an exRepre sentative In the lower house of the Kentucky Legislature having represented Ohio county In that body dun big the years 1895 and 96 has wide acquaintance over the county and state Is a good lawyer and practlone- rtr Smith was granted license to practice law at the March term of the Ohio Clrcult Court In 1899 and In January 1903 he moved from his home near Ceralvo this county to Hartford and has since that time been actively engaged as a practicing lawyer Mr Smith though only 27 years of age Is a lawyer of ability and stands high In his profession We predict for this new firm a In crative practice and a prosperous future S 04 fJIOElXA cC1SIp I S horses and MtllB8 WanIet- Wo will be at Hartford Ky on Saturday March 14 HJ03 for the purpose of buying a lot of nrnlosand horses from 4 to 8 years of ago They must ho fut and sound Bring your good ones hi and got the cash for thorn Layne Moseley Headquarters at Taylor 4 LewIs Livery Stable I- tTO CURE It COLD IN ONE DAY MIdruggitW Irpos sigoaturu In on each box nc BosWlSflndCIS Mr N 0 Bosweli and MissLaura Saolt s were married at the home of the brIde near Horse Branch Sunday Mr Doswell Is an energetic young farmer of Narrows and Miss Sanders is the prettywinsome laugh ter pi Mr Thomas S ndets May the married lire of these young people be all sunshine and no sbadowlIall roses and no thorns and all pleasures and no arrovs Is the earnest wish of- Tuu RnpUntlCAN Argon Oil A great medical discovery Curia Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble For sale by all druggists City Restaurant for an uptodate meal or lunch A Strong pun Asa result of a long pull a strong pun and all pull together George Helm of near Whltcavllle Is minus a horse Helm was ou his way home from WhltesvUle when his horse fell with a cavein of an underdralnage lie failed to get the good steed out by the ususal methods employed In like cases and being gentlemanly groggy got a teamand hitched It to the poor I 1 Xis S S I S I S S S S S U U U I S S S4S S S U SS S S S 0S 54S- a x r Spring I Tailoring YOUR NEW SUIT If we tale all the risk of it not fitting you in every waywill you let us male it for you1 Well fo that and you shall be the judge Your money back if you want it You don t have to proveanything at all Allyou have to do is to want your money back and say so Our Spring Woolens arc n wready High t Classwot19ilway We cn iIeaiiiman I who knows oood tailoring when he sees it We haveOlots of readymade Clothing and I Overcoats also Woolen Dress Goods and Trmmings which we will sell at greatly rO duced prices A yisit from you will con vinc youthat we have the BEST GOODS for the LEAST money We also carry a complete line of Grocer ies and Furniture Bring on your Hams Eggs Chickens Geese Ducks and Feath ers and lets swap goods for goods and f both get a good bargain Carson CO I INcoRronkTEn Hartford Ky Dry Goods Groceries and Furniture x o S S S S S S U S S S S a S S S U S 55 5 5 5 S S S U S S S S t IJ1itIf e 4 IXItfc rd erit OkA school of Actual Business BookkcopihgShohiand TouchTypowritiiig and attendant branches We havO special arrangements with a reputable Employ mont Bureau whereby we can GUARANTEE POSITIONS to all students who complete a Combined or Shorthand Course Business or Shorthand ourso300 Combined Course 4000 Students may enter at any time and receive un iii structions We continue the entire year R H HANKINS PresIdent EWPATTERSON VPres i animals tall The horse came outr and so did the tail Helm rode the horse home but when he got Jober he killed the mutilated animal to re- leveit oIItiznlsery Loss of FleSh When you cant eat break fast take Scott Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat Fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattcncr a great strength givi r Thosewho have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nervefor invalids for con valscents for nsumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and comfortable food and a natural tonicScotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood aid nerve We will send you a free sample Dc lure lhitthlspktUtt is the form of I label Ion the wrapper ohv1 bottle of EmulsIon you buy SCOTT BOYNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY5- O and 1 all drU1Imt3 THE NEW ORKWORLD ThrIceaWeek EditiOflmAl mosta Daily at the rlco I Weekly I lb relldoUal campaign It oyr but the World goee on Just the anie and It I toIl oTntw- eToesm thIews jest 1s it Iprompttan IepartIa1tjaI1thatjoehye to do It I n tbtoilimll of The ThrkaWek Edition et thNewYorkWnrId which corn to thuubt- cr1berJI times ayear I pebUsherITer the English IlIIIiIIUSOI I 1 pokenlId loawantit snbscrfptionunepiaInewspnper and Tus RSPCIILICAIi gthrbnear for 5110 The raraullieriptiol prics of the twopa preLeLOo J- Catrfor a Senatorial Convention At a meeting of the Repubtlcn Executive Committee of the 7th Senatorial District held at Beaver Damn Ky December so 2902 It was ordered that a convention be held In each of the voting precincts In said district on Saturday July n 1903 at z p tn for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county convene tlon to be held at the county seat at each county In said distrIct on Man day July 13 1903 I1tl P m which county conventIons shall elect tIck gates to attend a dIstrict convention to be held at arUord Ky Saturday July n8 3903 at IP m to nominate a candidate or State Senator in said district The representation In the county conventIon ahallbe ont due gate for each 2S or fraction over 12 votes cast for McKInley for President la 1900 and the bass of rcpresenta- tlonln the district conveution shall beone vote lot each looor fraction over 50 votes cast for McKinley for President In 2900 The candidate te I calving a majority of all the votes cast In said district convention shalt be declared the nominee of the Repub Ilcan party for the office of State Sen Itor In said district NzcnOrAs BmAss Chimd M S RAoLANH Secy J Subscribe forTnE HARTFORD REhJBLI CAN 100 Pu ye u advance r- F 14 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 13 Hinds Central Railroad Tlmo Tablo Nov time earl taklDR effect Sunday flee 7 lt02at noon Mortis llnnuil Son III Bound No 135 due 1Il1a ra No lit dn llI7 a m No 102 dae34Tp m No 101 due 347 p m Nol2 due 124 pm Nolttduetr2ZmL- ocn11relRhta No 104 dae1Utn No 10J due 847 pm B D VlKUlTIB Agent A PrionITragedy t ICopyrtnht1902 by C rt Lewis Ono of the many prisoners rewired L at the Alton pcnltentlnrj when 1 was deputy warden woe a 111111 named HorCp ton He was editor and n weekly paper He was a pretty strong writer nnd mode many enemies k Ube nrtlcle which lei to Its Authors Imprisonment was ft live line qulbI 1ridiculing a local doctor The called to demand a retraction a fight ensued and the editor had the mlefor tune to kill his man lie was sen fenced to be hanged but the gOTcrnorI i commuted It to imprisonment When Horton reached tho prison ho- I was made librarian to tho prison 11 braryAfter r n year or BO IIortons wife got b a divorce his friends ceased to call and ho was virtually dead to the worldI There was living In the iwblcb the prison was situated a youogI lady named Calhoun She como In every Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock with papers or other things torJthe prisoners and sometimes sho company and sometimes not SoturIa day afternoon woo a holiday i prisoners that Is all were locked upIIn their cells after the noonday i nod could reed write or sleep Thisj tader did not Include the librarian pertain other trustltlJOne boon was on hour late It woe In April and tho day was dark and foggys The order was to pass her In t without question At 1 oclock In tho evening some of her friends called at the prison to say that she bod not re turned home The country around the prison was searched all night long find soon otter daylight the mystery was solved The dead body of the girl was found In the prison yard On the second floor of a storehouse lay the half naked bodytt iwhllo hilt dress skirts and wrap L In a heap besldo It4 About eight months after the murder when Horton had been with us for three years and four months ho madoI his eecapa by means of a tunnel bo had been over two years digging It began In a clothes closet off the library and ended ninctytbroo feet away out Edo tho prison walls What was donoj bad to bo accomplished between T a mIand 0 p m Horton could not bar Hnone out of tho library nor could bo what minute some one would enIter Xo convict ever worked for erty with such odds against him He simply took tho one chance In a thouj sand You will want to know how I learned of certain things A year after nor tons escape we beard of him In Montana Ho had Joined a small band of trappers cud hunters and was living 4 among the mountains After he hadIbeen located It was decided should be sent out to attempt hla cap ture When I reached Gallatin learned that Hortone party was In thoI mountains to the north and enlisted two men In the search for him We were on the troll of the bunters for a month before we found thorn evening we rode Into their camp proI pared to cnpturo or kill the fugitive murderer but ho was not there Two days before ho had sfrtcd out olonoJ to Inspect some traps and hall not roIturned The rest of the party number Ing Biz had been out looking for him on the day of our arrival but had found no trace The search woe rr mimed next day and along In the aftJernoon we found him He had fallen over a cliff and landed on a shelf about forty foot below mil fan bad bccDI broken by a bush but bo had been 00 Tcrely Injured and was almost dead when we got him op Ho bad brollenI a leg and an arm and as there war noI show to get a doctor we knew that death must soon end his sulrertDgtLI During the last day of hit life notion Wall not only conscious but talkative und free from pain He Insisted on telling mo all about tho tunnel bust nest and of course I was interested v lu tho details I plainly told him that 1 had suspected him from tho hour of finding Miss Calhouno body and tbotIfigure It out as I might no ono else bad the opportunity be bad Ue did not answer me for several minutes nod then quietly said I will give you my idea of that ute fair though of course tt may be all wrong When Miss Calhoun and I separated she started for the exit and I for tho library There were several trusties about and no doubt ono of them spoko to her and she may have turned aside It was a dark foggy day you remember and the man might have clutched her by the throat to pre Tent nn alarm and carried her to the ctorcbouso Ho took great risks but was not discovered I have always felt much grieved over tho fate of that girtWhat motive do you think too mur derer hadT I naked Probably to don her clothes and pass out to IlbertpN nut why dWnt bo carry out hie plant Probably something threw him off bis nerve na be approached the wicket Ho could have gone out unquestioned but something happened to make him suspect that he would be nabbed dad you will not confess realizing ns you roust that death is not for nwoyT My dear man norton replied as a Frallo played over his pufo taco lets talk About that tunnel and drop all dl8I mal subjects So all of you called It nn excellent bit of civil engineering oho Well I think It wee I was very road of that tunnel and I sometimesf ttclt tike going buck to have aM Poor bows later he was dead pace ing away ns peacefully as If be had Cove shed a drop of bloodM Seep It in Your Homo And when the bowels fail to act properly take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVB SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will your system In good working order an make your complexion clear For sale byJ TbosAllen RoslneKy I THE LiTTLEILACE SMUGGLER Original Little Grctchcu Lohuicr of Itrnssela Belgium was comlug to America Sho was advised by a business acquaint once to put several hundred dollars which she had saved boyoud her pa II sago money into the beautiful lace made In her city and carry it with her to New York It she could get it through the custom bouoe free of duty would add considerably to her lit capital She was Informed that nothing one wears Is dutiable There tore utter purchasing some white and black lace she set about decorating her clothing with It In such fashion that It would not likely be noticed by the run torn house officials With the block loco trimmed her mantle putting on cf course n profusion while tho white was made Into flounces ou her dress be neAthGretchen crossed the ocean In the sweet summer time when it was delightful to tilt on deck nnd watch the green waves the gulls and the blue heavens for ashore by day and the star ry dome by night Decides the moon was at thefull and beginning with tbo twilight rose later every evening Gretchen was alone but a young man Invalid on the first day out sat in his steamer chair near her nnd formed her acquaintance Though the weather wee warm he was invariably wrapped a an ulster Ho told Orotcbcn that be d dropsy Gretchen lonely herself understood moro perfectly the feelings of this young man who woe not only unat tended but ill She therefore deleted herself to blm Every morning at 10 oclock when the weather was fine and was fine throughout the voyage she would place the young mans chair for in a sheltered nook cover him with rugs talk to him read to him and every way in her power contribute his comfort The invalid seemed profoundly grateful for these attentions When she put a pillow under his bead would look into her eyes what was than gratitude He regretted that he could meke no return for her atten lieu except help to Improve hill Eng lish which was very imperfect It Is fat natural that with the language of love passing between for Oretehen was becoming attached to her charge they should get on rapidly with mere commonplace expresslona Tbe young man had hind a good education in the schools and seemed qulto ambi to succeed In life This made Gretchens heart bleed for blm She would wrap his ulster moro closely aloof him and boiwould look up with grateful lanjruVl smile so touch ag in an invalid When they upunrabrd New York Gretchen began to b worried about her lace Sho craved sympathy and confided her secret to her friend He reassured her by telling her that If she would go ashore with him be would look out for some of the officials whom bo knew and each try to distract their attention from her or if they noticed her superfluous finery persuade them let her go unmolested She gladly accepted his offer and when the ship jwas docked supported him still wrapped in his ulster down tbo gangplank Walt hero a moment be said and I will see If I can find a friend among tbcso customs officers It The invalid approached an Inspector and said to him What is there in It for me if I put you on to a woman who la smuggling lacor Tbe ota arranged that ho should receive tbo value of such Information and tho two approached Cretchen There she Is said the Invalid and officer forthwith turned poor Orel chen over to a woman who searched her thoroughly ond confiscated every of her precious lace This was nothing to Grotcben compared with the shock the mans treachery caused her Sbo loft the dock weeping Out it was not for her little savings It was for the Imago she bad set up In her heart tvhicb bad been so roughly broken The next day Qrvtcben received n card at her boarding house with tbo name upon it of Charles Turner Whitman She bad never beard of such a person and thought there must be some mistake However she went down into tbe parlor and who should be there but the invalid but an invalid no longer flits chalky complexion had become ruddy his step was quick and strong Ma Whole appearance cheery As soon as Qrotchen saw him she turned to leave the room but bo caught her and brought her bockIWalt little sweetheart till I explain When we went ashore yesterday I had on me a small fortune in late My legs body and arms were wrapped with It If I succeeded in getting it in without confiscation it would be the last of several such efforts and complete the amount I determined to make before discontinuing a practice which 1 cor dially detest No surer way of passing the officials unsuspected could be de wised than directing their attention to Dome one else Your few yards were nothing to the hundreds I had on me You were kind to me on the trip and you have been the means of my com plating my work undiscovered Share my snug fortune with me Be my wife and together we will enter upon a ca reel less risky and discreditable than smugglingIt Rome time before Orttcbcn could recover from the shock she hud received Then she smilingly agreed to take the matter into consideration Evidence was forthcoming that there was nothing against her low but the rev sal smuggling tirijw referred to anti she nt last com Mart M marry him With the protect of hto trips abroad they set up n fucty shop and lived happily GLADY8 HAURINQTON Wall Again The many friends of John Dlount will be pleased to learn that he has oflrheumatismUalm cured him after the best doctors In the town Moil on Ind had failed to give relief The prompt rellel rom pain which this liniment affords Is alone worth many times it cost For sale by all druggists m Colds aro Dangerous How often you hear it remarked Its only a cold and a few days later learn that the man Is on his back with pneumonia This Is of such common occurenccs that a cold however slight should not be dlsre garded Chamberlains Cough Rem towarddpleasant to take For sale by all druggists m Utik A a Lit 4yr- t CELERY VARIETIES Ho Aon Pelf ninnrhlnn and GiAnt raent1Dcfectd and Merits I shall hereafter groW only the Gold en Self Blanching celery for summer and fall nse snys n New York garden er in Country Gentleman The Whlto Plume is easier to grow less liable to blight but time quality Is much Inferior to the Golden Self Itlnnchtng I would never eat the WhIte Plump mywlf and my customers will not buy It after I 31 OUST PASCAL CELKHT Three fret high os the two foot rule In dicates have sold the Golden Self Blanching The stnlks are shorter thicker and when rightly grown with plenty of manure and water It Is very crisp tender nnd has the flavor which makes such winter varieties as the Giant Pas cal so good There is no better celery than the Giqnt Pascal when well grown and blanched and any celery is to be desired that approaches it In fib vor I have been able to blanch the Golden Self Blanching with boards to a beautiful golden yellow and have grown plants with my system of mulching and irrigation so large that my customers have been very willing to pay 10 cents each for them In spite of these desirable qualities the Golden Self Blanching is a weak grow er Dud so liable to blight that I would not advleo any ono to try to grow It for market if bo can give It only ordinary ilturo It must bo planted In very rich soil supplied with water when it is needed and thoroughly sprayed with bordeaux mixture The best celery to follow the Golden Self Blanching und for use about Christmas is the Giant Pascal am through trying to blanch this variety out of doors with boards or soil Sover al times 1 twice banked it early in the toll loping to got It ready for tin Thanksgiving trade and have never succeeded in doing so The latter part of October before it has become in jured by the frost I vtoro it In the cel lar It is taken up with tbo roots on and planted in soil on the cellar bottom with boards set up between tbo rots across time cellar about two feet apart Tilts is to keep tbo plants apart more and admit of a circulation of air The water is let down around the roots with tho hoso pre being taken not to wet the tollage By making the cellar dark and giving the plants plenty water they will blanch in four or fiv weeks or In a light cellar with less water the celery can bo kept nearly all winter There ore better keeper than the Giant Pascal and it cannot be left out so late in the fall as some other varieties as It will not stand us much frost For late winter and spring use Evans Triumph is good also the Winter Queen Gathering And Canning Maple Sop In gathering We use u three barrel galvanized tank with strainer lu the top and strain the snp ngnln when wo draw it into the vat and again as we draw it into the heater From there It is convoyed through a plpo to tho front pan und from there It flows through the several pans to the back end of the arch where wo sirup it off Wben ou sachromctcr denotes 28 degrees w draw off the sirup straining carefully and let it stand in a can for twenty tour hours ut least to settle nnd then pour it off and put it back into the buck pan on the evaporator Cook it down to 32 degrees and can while hot This way saves all of the work of canning at the house By using a flannel to strata sirup through all sediment and silica aro removed and a sirup good enough for tho president is left We havu a bush of over 1000 trees and wo commence to gather the sap us soon as tho buckets are onethird full im it is necessary to boll the sap as soon ns possible after it leaves the tree Cor Ohio Farmer Poraao Around Alkali Plata Tbo alkali flats of central Montana though often occurring in the Bn Lands are commonly found in the open country They are places where alkali water collects and evaporates Por Hong of the great sag south of Benton are ZOO feet below the surrounding country It contains six Marge lakes and several small ones The larger ones are surrounded by bare alkali coated flats White dry patches ore to bo found In little sags quite general ly over the country As wo recede from the barren patch we fleet Und sal grass and then by degrees Juno gross and smooth bunch grass Depending upon conditions we may also find rough leaved salt grans alkali meadow guise and squlrriiltnll guise In the non nlknllue soil on tile odgo of alkali dale blue joint and blue grama are apt to be found but these grasses can withstand but small quantities of alkali Frank A Spragg The first mouth of Spring Pa your system in shape now and escape the ills that springtime brings For this use Ramons Tonic Regulator J H Williams in CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars thedSignature of The Father of the Senate John P Jones flf Nevada will retire from the United States Senate at the close of this session of Congress Francis G Newlands having bee chosen as his successor The retire ment oi Mr Jones is voluntary on his part and followed his announcement that he would not again be fl candl f Ung Ag ihc iLlblcPrcparLllionrorA51 Promotes Di csllonChCrrul ness andRcstContalns nelllier Opiuni rorphinc norlfincraL NOT NAIL C OTIC Antarcuirs11lt2LIY7ClTa lrn Stxl A tJtniR- a4rr4 M- AWeJwl r luaSmit lh JNlJ iJ CorConsUp1non orms Convulsions fcvcrish ness MtI Loss OF SLEEP TacSiiralo Signature or NEW YORK lC copy OF WRAPPCR1r t A date Mr Jones is called the father of the Senate having served in that body continuously since 1873 When his term expires on the 3d of March he will have completed his thirtieth year and fifth term a record that hhs been surpassed by three men only and equaled by only two others In the history oi Congress only six men have completed five full terms as fol lowJohn Sherman oi Ohio thirtytwo years Justin S Worrell of Vermont thlr tytwo years Thomas H Benton of Missouri thirty years William R King ol Alabama thirty years William B Allison of Iowa thirty yearsJohn P Jones oi Nevada thirty years Mr Shermans services was not continuous but extended Liver a long er time than that otany other man He went out to take the Treasury portfolio in 1877 Mr Allison and Mr Jones were sworn in together on sateside by side since that time If h lives out his term Mr Cockrell Missouri will equal their record iu he wes sworn In two years later 1 March 4 1875fA Washington correspondent say of him Senator Jones will be sadly ml std He is one of tbe most respected and beloved men in public tile plain bunt generous full of humor sad philosophy He tells a good story and often cuts deep with his satire although he is never malicious He is a Welshman and came to this country when he was a boy his fami cly settling In the northern part ol Ohio He was brought up in Cleve land and one of his brothers was a distinguished and influential citizen of that city having served for several terms upon the bench Jones went to California during the excitement of 49 and has since been engaged in mining upon tbe Pacific slope with varied fortunes At times he has ben almost destitute he has for days wages with a workedI pick and at other times he rolling In wealth These changes of fortune and the experiences which the frontier brings have never chang ed his nature and be is just the same notiw one of the largest owners oi the Trend well mine in Alaska one of the most famous and profitable gold mines i the world Worlds Events opoq itlaAO UOh A- uowsy9ugtsarpps N 011 pUll loo dwIIItS fIOWIIf IG goaS0weA owsu OIl ijquiatusj inq sijtisiui XUB a eui JUOQ M ded spjj UI jsjjo sno us3 sjtjj Sujprsi uop hOL0 e sqlllIUOS eyi Jo opioq 0duiES e easy euinoj qIpnoys IPOW v poou nO 11 sosso aS5SJSp jsoui aqi jo Santa mjiap pazlinusert vim oqj pus PUW lieu jq3u sqi 3ujanp 8upntturrsldunsy SSWOOJSAO pus Mssq 40 OUIIt rot2usrvdFt1lRgsul C139JJ03 u sSBEstd AU ujn sqijo Iupsoyi0011dwrmgos e3paiouj aye III jaojmoo si ssqiOQ of least napro 10 lno gIll JOp- Plllq pus adauppI 0111111111 looad SUIOUIAUOO I oils si jSTq aqi UI utd jo ii end OlllJISP Iuonboll sot eiqnoj Ian pPt Jo o000P3Ao s1 II uoun JOo suiejs u II isau puoogtSy11n4un ut saiwjpui full ios JO iuawpas uaixnIna paid or d0II n Avoirs qAOtI pun lQUOJJ 6auplg aauII apunenoty iJ a n u I r 72 1UJJ2 r 7 JASIOK 4 i For Infants and Children UOJAlways Bought i Bears th 3 SignatlUeI ofIi riIiif433 Use U For Over Thirty Years CASTe c TNcuue COMPef are TOal em w CO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MaRKSI Anrona Jet angaotetanddecrtrtlonmf on opinion tree r an Intention n probatl meanies tloniitrtctlr snflder lHANDBDOfo lent free Ineat 10 1OCurtDIr ltnIcu Ilu11 Qrccelntclal notkc wlthou cbam In tea Scientific mericaue- A huidiomelT Utnstr shed weertnll rarot rtf rul1lon of an ete t Iflo Tonut M a raklM1iHow ncwKlwUem York P C SHORTHAND accomplishmentito woman Learn it Hero We each all business branch u Correct method Large timeeconWEU Writefurcatalena Lockyears Business College 2Tin TUiein4 I le d 1 r 11N11r ir + 2rJ1IiU meYY Illns = L attfiLu4 w Ft t- l rhJtf 111arCtnr1 Cnp LI i lJIIeke Lmative rromo ink T11IietCeoneverY y Seven MJSon taxes soW in 25cpast r t ENGINES SAW MILLS Pulleja 5olttig Shafting Hangers Bnbbit Motols Oils Waste Vuckings Suction Hoso Oil Cups Lu bricntoix Valves Pipo anti Fittings ty All kinds of Iron and Brass Castings All Work Done on Short Notice SclfOiliny Car Wheels for Mills and Alines USS Writc for Catalogue Le9 MaoMne WorksOWENSBOROKENTUCK Homo Phono No 449 Cumberland No 253 COLLINS SALOON J AaTPORDoi S4 Handles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stono and Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer BBACOLLINS COa All Kinds of Job Work I NEATLY DONE AT THIS OFFICE Otl lc lm l s COST KO JJOKB TITAN PLAIN Owns IN White BronzeMarble Is entirely out of date Granite soon gets I moas grown discolored requires constant expense and care and eventually crumbles back to Mother Fault Besides it Is very expensive White Drone Is strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action of Stoat Mossgrowth is an impossibility It is more artistic I than any stone Then why riot Investigate l It ba- been e t rdooted for nearly one hundred publiC monuments baatbeengranite era k ve bought White Bronze for their owu burial plots We have hundreds oi beautlfuldesignsof grades of workand want to have you see them if you are interested in a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to call with designs and sample ol White Bronze Yours truly D J RHOADS Beaver Dam Ky Agent for the Monumental Bronze Co of Bridgeport Conn II lPmD1flERDNiRa JtfO B WILSON t ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY lf8rati ttentlon clrta to taUeetlonmelle- gabsuneuadnloNotary 1uMle or Ohio toon OnP norlb side Hi are i TrIC E SMI H- ATTORNEY AJ LAW IIAllrroKU UY Will practice hU profwilon Ii nllth robrlio Ohio aadndolnlpgtvadtlesnddCuartutAppe4 HItdIlI nttentlon islnMiretrawd to bison OfflcaortrOhloCuii itHunk J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prattle hli pmlmlon Ohio end idiots HRCoanUM NpHlal tlnllou glT n tu all bjtl DIM sltuted to bU eta S P RODY wFORIIItVnIIWill prarUra hi protaxloa la all tbroartolOhio sad idJolnlnKtonntlo anUCovrtot appeals- al8lJ atUnUon firm to collrttloai axBaaxZTT I ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will prnellf hU prot uloa la alt tbt coort or Ohio and adjolnlnji connllm Hp rlal att aUoa will be given to all bntlDCH cntnutcd to him car CollMUom a tpfdilty E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will pnwtlr hlJ protoutoa m alt tile conrt ol ooUlIonl1ltJment t crlulnl pracUc UtnnaplalnONfAnDlat J S R WEDDING i- AITORNEY and CDUNSHLOR at lAW HARTFORD KY 1111 hll proMlon In all th tnirUol Ohio aadndfolaingtvaUeaJthCoartofAp 3f panda Irnmpt attention rtwn to ull bgdnM atmtnl to him OBto So7 OnUr Strrtt t R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY 4 Will prartl hla protection In UirotirUol OLio aad adjoining conatlM Alit Votary labUeiif I HEAVUIS Him HT WOODWA11P HEAVRIN WOODWARD a QUJGly i i Itssrron 1 7 VUIprnrtlrttUlr irnfeul ii la alt th Conrb iiml Com olArr CI H I ink attention Mao rUmlniU i octto and collie iton neap nut ituor to in ak ol I Union oW H BARNES Attorney at Law iASP OOUVTV ATTOnSKT- IliVTroiD Kr Win hl IOD ID all tile Onsrt Ohio aid adjotsrugcounteaad la the Coart Appeal Strict atUBtloa be fdrta to 01IbgilnfM Dtnutml to blrare Collectkia t ftl ltr Offlc la roorthoM IIk 1 Trt I 0 YHE LEAD 1 m 3313 sw v Notwithstanding the bad roads we have hall to contend with ffi t for the past sixty days we have more than doubled our trade forg ky 3 the same two months of last year 1 f 1 rroI of U tH Jc iii 1w Y1 I + 40 Y I G Ioc 1 il 1 J s j 1 1 1tSJ F J 0ANDPLENTY OF THEM 7 H g J j r Just received a carload of G THE FAMOUS KENTUCKY A1TD I i IDEAL BUGGIES9 1 2Yt 8Madeby the best Manufacturers in Owensboro fp KENTUCKY BUGGY COMPANY J These Buggies have stood the wear and tear of some very hardtIi usage in this and adjoining counties last chisAsk your ncigh bol who has one and he will tell you to buy ont from us und td 1 a GET TE E cr te E 0On which we can make you some interesting rites also carload of v 8J i O TSEJ O S 1 1tr Y Syt f Q a i Carload of Wire Just Received which will go at H Jq 2 25 per iOOAro F- 1tJ 9 Yours for more frujnhs1 a p tc IJITI J TURLEV 1 COIt 1 ERNEST BIRKHEAD Manager J G KEOWN Salesman ro f ofp1Wl pay you for your time v l 3 1 CxTr rliY a t- npt 1 I e t r fl l 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