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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c V I TgiIIilTBJRD REFUBLiUANFi- ne II Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAlt or TBE PdE1Y IN iBE FOOwToCOSOE3310996DiSiZICT Subscription 1 a year I VOL XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 20 1903 035t i e f t i Y U To say a pleasant Word to anyone was almost impossible I WLS troublat math female weakness tor- ter I yrtntnliwrrrd mert thin l nil lrlr reflodleCcau tatr t that toaa a pleatwt fiord to- ayoat mat almost Imrwlhle orcmIkllOI1lcflhe most skllltd reliefhen ocl1 attkt order talllnllDr lrUerlPtOD t- lo DI apd tol the ahleebaron lu the Comm Btha1edlittr W Ur emllnud tM IIIraIDODI aDduthnkt- itiklepe1Iroat h- I to mfr Womanly db- QftJeI Da a rulo tllnpoblUoa the extreme nrn HapvlneSlille woman WhOM dl cola1 condition it PiercePayddtePreseriptlon twofruitlessMVarorlt lrrKrlpUon tatotod lira greatremedy hulaInflammatfemale weakness The Common Sena Medical Adviser MntronlyDt1L Ad 1 Iass MEArr MALT T141DUI TONIC ao RICON115UCTtY- VThtros life sad 51rcgth la Every Drop A sdcntlfkIxmbintton d t garolW constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURR OLD MALT Loulntlk Kr lD11U7u Ian MEAT It UtLTCO LotaInUle Xy Gent r toe lidbrrs ml r Haland f M t oC areuketN Jass- Cu Natutlmeac earrtardhtwe Ink ye4tualwnctrtiteledtnvt Ntet w- aetdNt i 1U cUCui 1I1leLIII7 CC I eroly- Loa1Nrll ID rNT lIHo1 D Colke of rttimq- MCAT i I ALT CO LeurawlU IIC- rtr ++ iiBros In Lallilut Fur UOilalnAmorloa EuropRs- e 11111 W mall Il fta- SILBERNAN S BROS 111to13rMkbitenal ChtCagotll UPPINCOTIS MONTHLY MAQAAIN A fAMILY LINARY The Dust InCurrnt Ut8raftrt 12 COMPLETE NovcL YEARLY MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS 260 PEA TEAR 28 en A COpy NO CONTINUED STORIES GVCRT NUMatR COMPLETE 1ft ITS UP For Couultpatloa 11Lron iaUtpielaiaafUotaleniedpt lAd Itland child tueUl barJllleaa uuacr allelrollUlltanCei I hays tau ooceson to all your nlltkDrausM Stock and poultry Medii cine Ift am to ftIIat 111tVU weda l g for toct that gan hlf Igood UWfSttloa I heartily rerota meld It to aft own J B DELSIICR SL louis Ma- 81a atotk sotkoeldc peot t- Aic Trod teak and try aropick icin Don i tuff thorn with worthless stook fnode Unload the biiWW andalit ur tbotorpid Uyer and the animal will bo IUt 11to enro It Blaah onLPoaltryMadieItId the riiIt cure avll7 of s- takop In time eeeure gS6iwatpoi- ackD- btodicnoanditwlllpa DrMIght MdIt for ft o ton tlmctOTerlJor Vows mTO moro tnllk Hogsjaln h- And hcnl11mEisan blood tho fieBh food t of- rho smallest nmount of lamed Buy neon from your deakr- t I P1AIE HOME Well Preserved Hut Still Vis- Ible in Lyon County Was Once the Abode of the lIarpcs Famous In Ken kyHlstory Passengers lag acroaa the 1111 sole Central bddgeover Cumberland river a few miles west of this city rosy by shading their eyes see down the stream on the Livingston county bank the relIna ol an oldatone house says the Kuttawa Times The eiact loaUon Ii ntuir where Livingston creek empties into the Cumberland The zuinbas been sundial there as long as the oldest clUCls can remember The structure was eucted by Big Harpe and Little Harper the noted river pirates who wade thenrselvea a tenor on the Ohlo and Cumberland rtvere for many years while the couatJy was apanely set tied A story le handed down from some pioneer settlers that the Harpea burg led an ImmenJJe wouatofthelrtolen treasure near their stone habitation and many perpons leave Iearched for It la vain During Leant years rq mantle torldof the burled treasure have beta setanoat In the neighbor- Hood cad an effort to locate It hu been II1Ie- Theold store house was once a regular fortress against II attack It had only one wayof lazrtlundJhere were numeroaiopeflhis Istliethicl- waiileforfhlt lrate llblga lA boot at approachllSC enemies Masy of the older cI aa ire yet In the belief that the alleged burled treaurl there exists j For bruises cnts buI wounds any rOJtorrhtu aUm stlffJolnta lid tore nua Iee Ramona Nerve and- Batte0ll isa jlI W111lams1Z n- rr II PrIze FIghting Haltt9rdls rapIdly becoming the great prlu fighting center oftbe country Y01111 Ha ord turns out eve1Y afterebontoebgegdllleclentlfef- ig eaconatan andp1 er 3lartford turns out to witness the sport Be It said to the credit or Huttords boys that they are nil game and pat up plucky tights For the present Dodsons stable is the sane o1 theme splendid exblbl tinny or manly sport but a large building for tht purpose Is In course or contemplation No admission le charged at these exhlblttons and the public will find open doors The first tnonth of Spring Pat roar now end escape tbetlisthat springtime brlngs lor this use Ramon Regulator J H Wmlaman m 1 MissIonary anti SundaySthoo1 Collysntk R- Frogram of theM Io 001 Cont cntlouolthe tyBaptlatAiisodatloetobe Church March 37 38 end 29 Friday night the 27th opening convention Sermon byn W Coakley Satur day morning ro oclock Sunday mornIng to oclock Reading and gayerRev W N Miller Organization Object off the MeetingBy the Chairman Are the Heathen Lost Without the GospelH P Drown and O M Shultz Is the Commission Matt 28 1910 on the Churches of thePrea- ent DayLDlMaddox and Rnftie Carter What Is the Duty of the Churches Toward the Cause of MlsslonaL P Drake and D J X Maddox What and Where Is Missionary Territory lu Ohio countyJ P Mil leradBugene Maddox Relgtjaa of the 9aaday School to QW1bordonRelation of the Sunday School toy MtsstodsG tJlI1caaadRlc tBeck The Sunday School as a Meanaof Saying 8oIB A Cottrell aadJ NJaruagln What It tkq Pr4I4Dlaer n Be- tYreea aP h K t cry and is- Mmleelouly Bap et 7I i Caubl- aaa r R tEhankh How can we stimulate our Churches to give asthe Lord has ptogpere- dtheslG 1Iwrellc audS Wr- Coakley 1 Dotia of a Sunday School Superiat- eu dentA JWIUJa and WZI Miller U Duties of u Sunday School Teacher IL W Patterson and G T Ttnaley How I Prepare My LessonnE J Ashby and Lowry Tichenor- My Duty to My Sunda School A B Tlchenor and W A Casebier Now brethren please prepare yourselves and etli nd a this Is the first 11 n1l101elationbe mndea euacess We hope to have a number of good tnlks by brethren whose names do not appear In the program What church wants the neat meet lag which will be just before the fifth Sunday In May E W COAJLPV Chmn FIRST MILL STONES Ever Drought to America Ate Now Within the Borders of OhIo County EDITOR RurunrIcAx4In your Is the 6th Inste you gave an account of an old set of mill stones now In Garrard cOunty made of Kentucky time stone which ground corn for the early settlers over coo years ago and which Is no doubt so but there Is ptrhaps but a few that know the first mill stones ever used lu America are stow In Ohio county and In a good state of preservation Under the head of POrbea Letter The Kentucky Standard of March 16 1899 tjaya this Three miles east of Pordaville on the Texas branch railroad In Ohio County is the little town known as ones Station On the east side of- ttg toYu the railroad crosses the small creek known as the East Fork of Adams Pork creek A few yards- above the railroad bridge Is yet to be eeSt the ruin of an old water mill and in the bed of the creek when theater Is low can be seen a pair of old patteraIpants of this community know any lug of these old mill atones and up tear to care less Some years ago I td a talk with the late Remus G hlttingblll about these old French ur mill stones Mr WhlttllngllJ s nan oldtman said that his father John Wblttlnghlll came to Mercer bounty Ky from near the Rock Bridge is Rockblide county tVa When a youth andon the Istli day of- tlctober he came to Ohio county and ettledoathefirin Jones Station Is pow on He said about the 184o- le lather hunt a grist mill on the Ereel near theWhitUngh1ll homestead fad Iii saswtr to my questiontWhere ldogt therge the millstones tie pdtfiat he bought them In Mer ter cottaty and hauled them to his mill In Ohio county John Whit tnshlJl dIed at the old Whittingbill mansIon which in sun rtanding Sep tember s7 1846 la the 70th year of his age and a few years alter his death his mill for want or water power was abandoned to ueg beet and ruin No further account of the old mill tones can be obtained here and we Icon only surmise their early his which will no doubt be the following That the stones were brought front England to Virginia during the- early colonial days and es the settle menta Increased they were taken westward and they were no doubt the firststones to grind corn for Capt ames Harrod and bls gallant band of teer seftieraal Ft Harrodu w NIlirroda6argand the atones aliou- lberettiiard to the citfxensof liar rodaburg na relies of the bold adventurers who not only hurled back Indian atrocites but made smooth the path for generations yet to rise up The article alter describing other relics now In the trordsvlJle community Is signed by Edwin Forbes Pordaville March 16ear SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured by ono Bottio of Charn berlalns Cough Romody When I had nn attack or the grip last winter the second one actually cured myself with one bottle of Chew berlalns Cough Remedy says Prank W Perry EdltoroC the Enterprise Shortsvllle N Y This Is the honest truth I at times kept from coughing myself to pIeces by taking a teaspoonful of this remedy and when the coughing spelt would come onat night I would take a dose and It seemed that in the briefest Interval the cough would pass off and I would co to sleep perfectly free from cough and its accompanying pains To say that the remedy acted as a most agreeable surprise inputting it very mUd ly I had no Idea that It would or could knock gat the grip simply be cause I had never tried It tor such n purpose but It did and It seemed with the second attack of coughing the remedycausedt to not only be of less duration but the pains were tar lest severe and I had not used the Ontenta of one bottle before Mr Grip had bId me adieu For sale by all druggists rera eTrade paper Is ttoabied because of the duty of 4 a ton on pig iron and 67a a ton on steel rails which are being imported In considerable quantities just now because the Immense domestic output Is Insufficient This la the duty of the German Tariff and Is paid by the makers In the country from which the goods are ImportedIudlauapolls Journal HII HER LAW Than That of Man Calls Attie Melton to Account for His Crime MIss JessIe teUon DIes and Mrs John Culver yet ln a Pre carious Condition A higher law than that or man can ed Attie Melton the murderer and suicIde to account for the horrible crimes he committed an account of which was ilvenln our last Issue Melton as stated was brought to Morganfield Thursday alt rMn of last week nod placed in Jail Medical attention was given before the officers left IIItC3vme with him and also after he reached this city When placed tn his cell Thursday night It was thought he had recovered sufficiently from the Paris Green taken In his barn to be out of danger but Friday morning It was discovered that he was much worse lie was then brought out off all and placed on a bed In the guard room and given every attention but the effects of the selladministered poison proved fatal and at ro mlcntes LIter to oclock Friday night he died Alter his death his wife and people were notified but remembering the dastardly crimes he had committed they refused to take charge of his remains co he was burled In the coun ty cemetery at the poor house Miss Jessie Meltou one of his vie aims died Friday morning and was burled Saturday atlilghland Mrs John Culver the other victim of his deadly aim Isstiltnltveat this writing though het cotJdltlon Is such as to cause doubt and alarm It Is not thought that she can recover It Stems to be the general opinion among those who knew Melton that he rQS not crazy at the time he committed the heinous deed Some time previous to the tragedy of last week twe ore informed hegota rope ready and endeavored to com pen his step daughter to assist him la hangIng hIs wire At the time there waJ some talk around HlteavlUe about taking him out and hanging him Melton had some personal property at the time or this death fond Mr Chao TArup hltl been npPintd to Ddmhlltr the esetaAhrgmficld Sun AI Rushvllle Ind Metlsrs Ey BrosI have been a great sufferer from catarrh and hay fever and trIed many things but found no permanent relief until I found It In Elys Cream Balm about eight years ago and we have been fast friends ever since Rev R M Ben tIe1- rteSsra Ely IjrcsFlnd enclosed 50centafor which please send sae your Cream Balm I find your reme dy the quIckest Dud most per manent cure for cold In the head catarrh etc Yours truly Dell M rot ter Gen Mgr Arizona gold Mining o Keep It In Your Home And when the bowels fail tit Act prop erly toke a dose of LVONS LAx TIva- SYnUPIt acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liar and bowels wilt keep your system In good working order and make your complexion clear For sale by J ThosAilen Rosin ey In Memorlum Peter HalTey died March 3 In Louisville where he had taken work In the I C R R round house He had worked three weeks when he was taken m with pneumonia and onty lived six days Mr Halley was born In Ireland February 27 1856 came to America In his teens and married MlsaAnnle B Pelix daughter bf Mr JobaI Felix In October r88JMr- Hafley was burled Afatch 4 In St Louis Catholic Cemetery at Louis vllle He leaves a wife and four chll dren to mourn for him But weep not for your loss m his gain When his nure thought danger was near telephoned Mrs Haffey but before she arrived In Louisville his soul had taken Its flight to the beautiful beyond But little did his wife think when she was speeding on her way to his assistance that she would find her dear companion a corpse but all was wen with hlmtfr HolTey was a cousIn ofMr Patrick Haley or- WhltesvlUe AlllUtND Grip Romodlo6 In Groat Do mend When colds and grip are prevalent the quickest and surest remedica are In great demand Mr Joseph D Wi1Uamsj of McDuff Vak says that be was cured or a verydeep and last Ing attacker la grIppe by using Chamberlains Cough Remedy after trying stverai other preparations with no effect For sale by all druggists In Memory of Mrs Ella May Tichenor Lost Monday venlng as darkness overshadowed thohoine of Mr lIar tail Skbenor and carried up to heaven his llrlhctll1panlort Ellai the only dnughtet of Mr and Mrs C A May She was I t the tlentrfifth yp9r of her age and joined the Methodist church In which she han lived It deg vout cllrLstian life We cannot see why It In or so youu nCfi fair just budding into wuufanilood should have sp short n journey on the sea of life but we feel assured that she Iii slnglllg praises with the angels Her dyfar words acre DI not grieve U4C81 to die htu id with me I want you ail to tvst In him for lIe doeUt nil things well Rr passed sweetly away Dear husband aid mother and other relatives It would notIbeSwcl1 prepared liS dear Rita wrs whit s LOrd calte for you and you wilt nv r b an unbtocei fallJliyli heaven leer eufletlng here on earti- is oer and she has gone to melt lather and darling babe whom wea aid by her side UmIA Dangor of Colds and Grip The greatest danger from colds anal grip Is their resulting In pneumonia II reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken aU danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have need this remedy for these db eases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted In pneumonia which shows conclusively that It Is It- certa preventive of that dangerous diseasett will cure a cold or an at tack of the grip In less time than any alllsafegists CASTORIAFor Infanta and Children the KInd You lava Always Bought DollS the 1I81g trueRAILROADING No better opportunities offered young men than to Rallrcarllng We place you In touch with all depart meats Write for particulars stating what branch of the service you desire to enter Managed by practical rail road men Address Central Railway Bureau Box 46 Muncie Ind FfProsperity hh been general the cotatry over dace tLc Dtngiey tatln law has been In effect Even In Tex RS where crops have bees short for two years the people are more pros perous tbrn they wtre with a low tar lIT and good crops The present tat III law Is all risttVa11ey Siills Texas Protectionist Constipation And aU symptoms and- Results of Indigestion aIIIW tlmmrd hr the use sf DR CARlSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER lawittbrreiltrihacredtbooutindi why trot you Mr E D r uketlapromincntmerchmtof- MorganaelK pontupadona fadetertlanUdwepno- ooderbvone r orbod Lottiocd 1 had doO 1 tune oace1Gbl when be pe an thca t bettermost nd aiLmmNnUI of 1111 tradedpfDIludt r ii Dow medidos iC MaltitwtilcastToooniTTdcentstndthauldtttpt nfaed roar money Trio AMERICAN PNARMACAL CO EraervWe lod A W8CONSI PIONEER Recommends Peruna as Being Worth its Weight in Gold cC C lion John PauUn Br a pioneer of Port WeahingtonWlaisheld In htglr MIUert1 have used Peruaa With lOOfI results for coughs and colds It has also cured my catarrh which always became worm Whaaffected with but a slight cold Illtrl 1ommeading Pease because fliworth Its weight In goldonN PAULIN S P rlllA 13R1 a t BAYlESS GOUNTYI BANK TRUST 00O- WENSBORO KY Cash Capital 50000etoekhotdnAddvl lIbllllT 50000a- aaraoIM rudlorClomn tio0000D- epos tt reeetted sbleet to ohetlr Cotta eothtng to deposit or cheek out All DD be dons by awl 10terct ptld on 111M depadu t- rorPItR b ceded einooasb nwImtrdttgt can orwrtletorratter tazUoalats T 51NDEa5O r Preoli1 When In OwolIboro call on Wm Cashion dealer in pore trnlght Whlaklo Apple Sad Peach Agent Frank Co lllg ordnwilt receive prompt attention The beet into Whiskey In tilt State Wm CUSHION Owensboro YOU WHAT ARE TAK INC When on take Oront Taetele Chili Tonic eanetheformula lacplainly prt tedoneverbot tie tbowing that It is ftlmply iron cod Quinine In- wtuteteae form to Cure No Pay SOc Mr A Howell Marietta Oa WrttMl toheadyour IIl from accounts that I hac gOotaoohTuna and whoso VfMlt3 could not bo atulIIt hll mado a now man t mOo j I Will all my life up to about Ave years ago a very hontthy man end abouS that tlma I wall troubled with catarrh T tried a number ot prescriptions trom dUforllntdoctof but none reamed to re- 8evo mG 10111 I commenced tho use of gaythat4tI nm now In my cllltY3cventta year and can walk and crt about as- well u many much younger than a- self and t4fbuttl Itgreatly to the ryas- fif1eryrta Ikoepeome on hand all the time and c9prldoi 1t lbe cheapest uiedJ clue In the word4MrrAIIowep J RPrince But Leon N YWrUol- lPoni has daved my ltfo and made mePcVW7tfWooJdsused Peruna bu t- w h o n I do catch cold Peruna Io my medlelno A rutntater camo to me last sammer and said that ho had coon my teats monlalathopaparr and begin tAking Pornna Ho a aid that it straightened him right npheJ a Pnnoe fps was troubled with kidney trouble and Peruna cared him I cannot xptusli my thanks for the b eneftyoar medicine hu been tome fir B Prance AbrahantZiegler PIedmont Wayne County Mo writes t My Wlto who is now efghty1OVea years old suffered frr about sixteen years train severe catarrh of too head heartngImanse and testimonials similar to hoe case attracted my attention I one bottle and It helped her so muohChd aho is now using the second bottle and she think U is abmothtngwonderfu- lIlelbeating and sight are bot tayaal 9Income thickened and partly lose theta geattiro dlstnrbancce Porn+ na corrocta- all this by its pooltJo operation an bodyOne toloqtIf you do riot derivo promptanssuw Torunarltotall statement ot your case aiid ho1irm be plousd to gho yon his valusbia- wiytobgritls ratTheq Groves Tasteless Ca Tonic alfFOtt1CSDoesMiDioa stkEnclosed who every ldottilo la Tea package ofCroies ack hoot tcr 1 3e TTENTIONa Brandies FebrBnwtng KNOW YOU beg pottla11oeaofhearing on I lJoKKeepfllJ VW BEJT lS TIlEChGtPFJT I Stor71um1j Toeatfr7itryfWII brad Far ti3lalus C94f1j1nan- o w I experienced teacher eeeh one a epedallet Iii Ialina Ylraduatea of ibis eMIge Pteerrer by business boas we are now to br new hometieerat corner t3etond and WJnatstrattbeA- netandbeat arrsnRedschool tb straetlan all tbeyear Snidest can enter at aqrllmyVtltonalways welcome SeaWHIOIITPies 16y SI If You Want To keep p d- well4nformedf and othctii5 e subscribe for i- r IThsRspublioan I the time The Sol- ithsKAUFMANSTRAUS Greatest Shopping Headqllaliers S COiC INCORPORATED 533 535 537 539 541 5113 545 547k 44 Fourth A onnoLouisvillo j r The Grand Formal Opening 1 t Of this Big New Store will take place e Monday March 23 1903 and Continue Duri g Three Days The honor of your presence is respectfully solicited Thedieplays will nclude ALL the latest ideas and exclusive designs in high class DxY GoqdsfLadies Gar montef Millinery Ladies Shoes Furnishings Chinaware CrockYf Etc Our opening of this magnificent storo marks an era of Dry Goods Merchandising iri this country I CSIO hFLO EJ Sw i s I a M t K r t y3d ir E k a Hartford Republican ieti111 the narUord Vub1IhIragCoTtipftfl7 ooarollnp JOhN IIENRY TJLOMAMEtluo- roie = =lntONC- C =bllen 3 nlvr aa FRIDAY MARCH 0 JlnlcI 01 AtlvrrUIIIIIt- Tranolnt ac1nrUaewent 401 ter Inch tint IneerUonOC per Inch each IIddlllonallioertlon Special ra1 on yearly contTaete Local noUce lOe IIr line rt InetIon k IrI- In ench nddillonnt Incrtlon Card of thanu rtllolallon and obltanrlel0c- onte a tin ClUh In ndyaflc- eFoi A1NOVNVJl1l T8 Ntntl ficllnnr We are iutborted to nnnoanco liON t S 31ENNETr 81 a condloJl1te tot State nat- orrt tho SeTnta Snatorlal DItrlct oablect to th MUon of the flepublican pftrty W are anthorl1ed announce SL STEENS- 8IIHandldate for State SnfttOT from the SeT nth Senatoia1 Dlltrlet ubled to thi action of the Republlcnn party we are atbortie to announce D BATEU- EUOtDS State Senator fromaa a candtdate for the Smath Seuatorlal district mub2ect to the action 04 the Uapablican party For Circuit etClerk We are authorized to nunoante r L SANDE Pug ae a candidate for Oert Ohio CircuIt Court ubject to tb action of the Republican party WeaN authortued to announce E O DAR BASS ilia candidate for Oerk Ohio ClrcultCourt- enbjcct tu the action of the Republican party For flcprteefllMlO- We LIe authorIzed to annonuce flR A D- PAnK fla a candidate for lteprrentatlve from Ohio county oablect to the action of 4the Repub- llcon party ThE flamfl5ger machine is getting scared U IT looks now like Germany is go ing to respect the Monroe doctrine for the prescnt at least Dxocais are talking Gorman for PresIdent Loolee like a iate of the moun lain coming to Mahomet Ay Indiana Judge has sentenced two well known Louisville attorneys to sixty days imprisonment for conS tempt EXPRESIDENT Grover Cleveland is the only exPresidont living and ho is anxious to have the distinguishing prefix removed TuzE days of sunshine and good prices for labor and farm products should bestir our subscribers who are in arrears to pay up- A CRAZY Louisville negro thinks ho has killed the devil Out of sympathy for our delinquent subscribers we wish ho were right about it TUE great Mississippi river is making rich deposits along its lower course for future generations but it is taking heavy toll from the present one for the job TUE many friends of Mr George Baker will regret his withdrawal from the race for Representative Mr Baker is an excellent citizen whose nomination if made would have been popular one ThE great ship road connecting the Atlantic with the Pacific by way of the Isthmus of Panama is now as sured but it will take nearly ton years to complete the canal TOE election of Mr George Baker of Taylor Mines to the responsible position of Secretary and treasurer of the Miners Union of District No 23 was a trust imposed on 1 worthy man The office pays a nice salary A zoati 200 year old hne been found In Rue oln Tbt gin tie reacon to hope that some of u lofty iIte long enough to eo the Republican party redeem nt lent one of Ite pint form pledlDrrnn Commoner Butnot to see the Democratic par ty do so if Mr Bryans leadership should continue indefinitely ONE of Hartfords most successful business men says our streets and our county roads are about what a similar state of civilization demands every where We were impressed with the good sense of the remark but regret that it is true TIlE attention of4Hartfords city council is again called to the neccssi ty for passing an ordinance to keep the hogs on of the streets Many of them hit the stepping atones alright but a few of theta prefer to swim across the streets and the spectacle of hogs swimming across our principal streets discredits our public im provements INNOCENT comments sometimes contain more phylosophy than intentioned ones Two Hartford matrons wore discussing a few days ago the question 01 useful but cheap house hold articles Mrs A described to Mrs Bn certain very usefularticle and said she had seen it at Mr Cs store Well well commented Mrs B I always forget about Mr Cs store Ho dont advertise you know but I must have one of those 0 C CALUOUN n Democratic lawyer has been allowed an attorney fee of 71000 for collecting the mill iondolll1r war claim from the Federal government Under the law ex blinK when Clifton J Pratt was sworn in as AttorneyGenerl1l it was his duty to collect all debts due the State and for which ho could not be paid for the collection of anyone debt more than S3OOO But Pratt was a Republican and in order to a s save the graft a Dcmocroti Jegte1- ature passed a law authorizing the Governor to appointan attorney for the collection of this tiebt It saved the graft for a 1emocrnt but it cost the taxpayers of Kentucky 868000 in this one case to do it FRIENDShIP CHURCH Rid R J Brandon and Mr W W Royal and wife weut to Owensboro Tuesday Born to Mr and Mrs Rd Fralzc the 12th Inst a girl Mr G D Royal wife uid little son were the guests of Mr S M Royal and family Sunday Mr Prank L Royal and wile visited Mr T D Royal Sunday Several on the sick list this week Mrs M A Gillespie Is visiting Mrs Prank Reynolds Mr Hiram Powers Narrows went to Oweusboro Tuesday Mr Saudefur candidate for Circuit Court Clerk passed through Satur day Mrs Saute Royal visited her daughter Mrs G W Johnson a few days last week CENTERTOWN Mrs Charles Collins who has been sick for several days Is slowly fin proving Mr J A Reneer Is confined to his room with an attack of erysipelas Mrs H Kuykendoll Is suflering with chills and fevers Mr Alvin Rowe arid wife have gone last to purchase spring goods Mr L C Brown and wife were In Louisville lost week alter new goods- Mr J W Rowe and family are via Itlng In Render Mrs Lucinda French Is visiting relatives and friends near Point Pleas antIMrs M E Woodward Is home again alter a visit tg the family of Mr Berry Tichenor near Point Pleas ant Mrs John Greenwood after visit- Ing her father Mr nv Phipps here has returned to her home In Liver moreMessrs C K Reueer and T F- Dalls were In Hartford this week on buslnclllI Mr Herbert Myers of Cofiman visited friends here this weak Mr WIllie BIshop has returned from Evansville Born to the wife of Mr L E Re neeron the 13tbinst a boy S SMALLIIOUS MeSsrs Robt Hunter Sr and Wayne Overhuls went to South Car carroUton Saturday They were ac compauled by Mr and Mrs Charlie Overton Mrs Overton went from there to Falls of Rough lo see her sls ter who Is sick Mrs John Bsrnard Is the guest of her sIster near Island Station who Is very sIck Mr W I Howell went to Island Station Sunday Mrs WUlIam H Pulkerson was caned to the bedside of her daughter Mrs Wm Atherton Central City who Is dangerously sIck She was accompanied by her daughter Mrs Willie Witbrow- lIIr and Mrs W E Bail of Rock port were the guests of relatives here Saturday and Sunday They were accompanied to their home by Mr and Mrs Harry Everly Mr Frank Tlcheuor has gone to PaducahMrs Hunter Is very sick at this writing Mrs Sam Morton and little Marion Hill are Improving Mr Bob Bennett and family have returned from a visit to their old home at Beda Misses Sadie and Della Rudely Ceo ralvo are the guests of Mr W P Maddox and family Messrs C L Ross and Luther Ad dlzigton have gone to Paducah Mr Sam Morton returned home toni Hartford Saturday There Is talk of changing our mail route from here to South Carroilton Instead of Mcllcnry Misses Ethel and Lelia Hunter and Mr Wayne Overhuls went to Central City Tuesday S Dowle May Wear Wings Chicago March 17The call has gone forth from Zion City to aU the members of the Faithful within a ra- dlus of zoo miles of Chicago to be at Shiloh Tabernacle Monday night A great special meeting has been arranged John Alexander Dowle In his capacity as general overseer of the Christian Catholic church In Zion announces that he will not preside Instead he will sit as Elijah the Re storer IIe promises to come out with a strong aflimation of the ElIjah platform of 1901 He may even con descend to wear his wings There are a few doctrinal points which he intends unraveling for the benefit of doubting Thomases of his flock Then he announces he will tell about the completed arrangements for the proposed Invasion of New York There will be the final promulgation of theplan to turn loose a horde of apostles In Gothan who are to make a housctohouse canvass un- tIl toooooo persons have been Invited to join Dowle and pay tithes Dowle says The times of resto ration are at hand Much lies before us on this solid land but much more lies before us In the lands beyond the IIseas Argon Oil A great medical discovery Cures Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble For sale by all druggists STRANGE story of a Missouri Man of a Long Search for His Kidnapped Wife Located at Mdllenry and the Abductor Arrested and Lodged In Jail Tuesday Tnewny morning a welldressed prosperous leoklng stranger about thlrtyfive years oldappeared In Judge Millers office and told that official a story that sounds more like a fairy tale thAn Q story Itoni real life He saId that hIs nRnte was Settle Douglas that his home was Comm bin Missouri and naked for a war rant ofatrest or Jack King whom he charged with taking by force custody of his wile Lovle Douglas front his home at ColumbiA Missouri September 1911 and detaining her against her wilt since thAt date Sheriff Cal P Keown and Jailer T H Black left at noon for Mdllenry to arrest King who was an employe of the Central Coal Iron Company there When the officers arresttd King the woman fainted but was revived without difficulty and the of ficers reached here with King and the woman about nIne oclock Upon their arrival here the kidnapper and the kidnapped one ordered a drink ol whiskey which the officers reluctantly allowed served them The woman drained the glass In the regulation way In the presence of a curious crowd When King and the woman bad drained their glasses to the dregs he asked to be allowed to see Lv1e corn ortably fixed In her room at the hotel before he took his quarters for the night and perhaps many another night In the County Bastlle which favor Sheriff Keown generously grant ed The final parting of Jack and LovleIt was lovIng and affectionate The abducted one who had made the trip from McHenry to Hartford In the abductors arms had with one arm about his neck drank from her other hand his hesith now gave him a fi nal embrace a kiss and a pleasant good night and King went to Torn Blacks for supper When left alone In her room 10 vies thoughts still turned to love but with her abductor safely caged she did not call or her husband from whose loving arms she had been so ruthlessly and mercilessly torn these eighteen months ago but told the night clerk to bring her a udvel Pearl Bryan was hastily selected for her by the accommodating clerk While these Incidents were transpiring Douglas was In the County Attorneys office where he remained until King had gone to jail and Lovle to her room Left alone In her room Lovle soon tired of the story of the unhappy Sate of Pearl Bryan and dispatched ames senger for Douglas When Douglas entEred the room Lovle shook hands with him and made some formal inquiries about the folks at home The loving embrace and Impassioned kiss lavished on King a Sew minutes before were not duplicated for the husband After Duuglns and Lovle had held a conference for sometime they came down to the hotel office and registered as S Douglas and wife Columbia Mo County Attorney W H Barnes and Attorney Claude Smith remained In the room with Douglas and his wile for sometime After a general con versatlon of a few minutes Douglas wile gan to recount to him the events of her life since she had been separated from him and soon they were In each others arms weeping like children The womans story as recounted that night In the presence of her husband to the officers re counts If truean experience that falls to the unhappy lot of few women LOVIES STORY In September 190f our family myself my husband and little boy were rooming In a flit In Jefferson City Missouri This man King oc- cupled a room ou the same floor One morning King gave my little boy some candy and gave him also a piece of candy to bring to me My little boy told me afterward that King poured some liquid on the candy he sent me- After some little time had elapsed as my boy told me laterI did not know what I was doing at the time a closed wagon drove up to the door and King placed me and the boy In the wagon and drove to the depot from where we went to St Louis by train I first recognized my situation after we reached St Louis and was almost crazed when I realized It but King threatened me with Instant death If I did not live with him as his wife and said he would also kilt my child anti husbantL I finally man aged to get my boy on the train and sent him home to my husband with the story of my condition but when King found the boy bad gone he made rue leave St Louis with hIm at once and after wandering about through the South we finally reached Mcllenry about six months ago I walked the entire trip from St Louis About three months ago King forced me to write my husband for moneybut I lidded a postscript when King was not present and told Settle not to send money but Ifhe sent any thing to send me some clothes and he sent this dress 1Am now wearing On the 6th of this month I wrote r Settle fully about U1Y galling alavety and the perU of trying to escape Turning to her husband she asked SeIlle why didnt you bring that letterwith you Douglas handed her two letters See here It Is just as I told you and here Is the other one with the postscript too Gentlemen read them yourselves I am as happy as a school girl now alter all these dreadful days ure over and that man safe behind the bars II DOUGLAS STORY y name Is Setlle Douglas I am 38 years old live at Columbia Missouri and am a plasterer by trade On the morning oCthe 12th day oC September 191 I went to ray work as usu nl and when I returned nt night my wife was was gone My wife and I had been married twelve years during which time she had been a tine and faithful compan Ion and a pious christian woman I could not account for her going away with a strange man and made many efforts to locate her but without avail until about three months ago when she wrote me from Mdflenry- Kg to send her 3ooo which Idld but began to Investigate the cireum stances olher being there which I had not efltcted satisfactorily when she wrote me again not to send her any more money as she had been forced by a man by the name of King who had kidnapped her franz our home and kept her with bias by threats of violence to demand money front me- Having perfect confidetce In her as a woman wife and christian I came here and took legal steps to liberate her from her galling slavery iCINGS VERSION OP TilE AFFAIR Kings frank story Including as It doeshls criminal conduct lends Interest to his statements He says My name IsJ W King I am 9- ypara old and was born In New York City I am a machinist and have worked In many of the large cities of the country In the fall of i9oz I was repairing some machinery In a newspaper plint at Jefierson City Missouri and met a lady at my boarding house who claimed to be Lovle B Moore Her room was across a hail from mine but I had no conversation with her until one morning she accosted me with the complaint that she was suffering for want of food Her lean body and colorless face attested the genuineness of her complaint and I relieved her want for which she made many expressions of gatltnde and finally when I was about to leave the city begged rue to take her with me I was a single man and fancied Ithe woman no we Joined our fortunes together and finally in pursuit ofinytrade we came to McHenry Alter we came here she told me of her husband In Missouri about whose existence I had never heard before I then Insisted that Ifahe preferred to remain with rue that she go back to Missouri and get a divorce from her husband that we might marry to which she agreed I offered to fur utah her money for the trip but she said that Douglas should pay the ex passe and she wrote him for the mono ev and she would have gone back to Missouri at once to introduce divorce proceedings had not Douglas appear ed on the scene here II- XING PLEADS GUILTY King was arraigned before Judge Miller Wednesday afternoon and plead guilty to six counts charging him with adultery and was fined 20 In each count He went to jail where he will be confined sixty days to satisfy the Ii ne- King sent Lovic a note just before noon Wednesday asking her to visit him at the jail The woman read the note with apparent interest and show ed some disposition to visit her recent paramour but Douglas declined to let her see the Scotch machinist King showed his disappoIntment when told late Wednesday afternoon thatDouglas and loving Lovle had left Hartford at noon and were speed- Ing on their way to Mlsso1r1 He made her go but she will not stay with him was his serious comment King Is apparently really fond of the Douglas woman and asked a vis Itor to the Jail to send an officer to the Jail before whom he might prefer the same charge against her to which he had already entered a plea of guilty but his bird had already flown His purpose In preferring the charge was to detain her here rather than to se cure her punishment All the parties to the unfortunate affair are Intelligent and of very reo spectable appearance J Ratified Washington March i7WIthout dotting an I or crossing 11 t even without changing a single punctuation mark the Senate today voted to ratify the treaty with Republic of Colombia for the construction of an Isthmian canal The vote for ratification was seventy three In the of- firinative to five In the negative The Senate was In executive session when the result was announced an that only the Senators themselves and a few confidential eznployes were present sa PrIces commodities are high as a result of the Protective Tariff labor Is generally employed at good wages as a result of Protection HIgh prices and prosperity go together while low prices are producers of destitution and Idleness Congress has no call to In dulge In Tariff tinkering to unsettle present condltlonsSheffield Ala Reaper SULPHUR SPRINGS Supt James DuWccse was here last week Ml1scs Minnie Daniel and Ethic Mitchel Olnto are visiting Irienchi and relatives here thisweek Misses CnlUe and Ruth Shultz and Mrs Mary Shuttr were the guests of Mrs C P I3oswell Thursday Mr W P Allen Select Is at the hdslde ofhi wife vio is ery nIck at the home other daughter Mrs Ea Hnrdlson Mr nid Mrn MO1rcr Itnrrlron vIs- It d Mrs Harrison brother Mr Ar tFir Wilson Saturday and Sunday Mr II L Thoms was the guest 011- II I son Mr 3 W Thomas Sunday The social given by MIss Annie D trial Saturday night In honor of lthEcs nffie Mitchell and Minnie Daniel wan largely attended and en joyed by all Miss Myrtle Thomas Is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Noble Bean this week Mrs Mary Leach and daughter Miss Minnie Horse Branch are vis- ItIng Mrs Leachs sister Mrs Pan nle Stevens this week Mr Charlie White who has been working for the Illinois Central Rail road Company returned home last week and will WOIk with Mr E P Poreman this season Mr anti Mrs Henry Cummings returned from Grayson county Thurs dayMr Marlin Keith Rosine was here last week and secured the contract of painting the residences of Messrs P WA Tabor and George Na borsMr George Denninger Louisville Is visiting his his sister Mrs N D White at this writing Miss Mottle Bean Dundee was here Friday looking after the Interest of her school which she contemplates teaching this spring We wish Miss Mattie success In her new field olla her Mr Nattie Boswcll and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs 1 S Bos well SundayOASTOnXA Bear theItskild 8r MiJBrght You Can See Without Eyes Prof Peter Steins alleges that he has discovered the secret of restoring sight to the blind The announcement Is publls1d In the Revue des Revues by Dr Caze who explains how ProC Stems tested on him a wonderful apparatus 01 Prof Stems In ventlon by which the ptolenslor Is not only able to restore lost sight but to give vision to tho3e who have never known It Prof Stems took Dr Cue Into a dark room and bandaglll his eyes sole cuuiti not see lIe hcard the pro Issor wjk to and leo strike a match fond light a lamp Then he felt an rplratus fixed around his temples tvhereupou lie Instantly raw a dim lght which enabled hIm to distlng- ilsh surroutJdlng objects Presently the light became strong u and Dr Cazc as able to count te professors fingers when they tere held up before him and to enu- mettbr tnguteroJ- ust as he was feeling that his via ion was clearing farther and he was convinced that he would soon see normally Prof Steins suddenly removed the apparatus and Dr Cue was In total darkness Pro Stems claim rests on the the ory that wan does not see with the eye but with the brain the eye only serving to receive the Image which the optic nerve transmits to the seat of perception If then the image can be transmitted to the braIn without eyes a blind person can see as well as any body the The professors apparatus has the same scientific basis as the telephone with the substitution of light for sound r Cne says that several other physicians have experimented with the apparatus but none of them Is able to explain how the astounding results are obtaInedLondon Cable to the New York Sun OASXonrASei theThe Kind Ycu Hate A1w375 Bag- 4Useful BljrllltUlt 11101 Food I want hat n pound of water crackers said Mrs Newcome- AUfired sorry niaam replied the country storekeeper but I aint got but two dozen of em In the place II- WeU Ill take them Just walt ten twenty minutes HI Peters nit Josh Slocum has been usln em for checkers an theyre playln the decldln game now Philadelphia Press It DOlsnt Scars Folks to be told the irutA about Lion Coffee The scarecrow coffees are those factoryeggiho1eomenoglazod reai4plckeyefiNS and uniform It HOW THEY STAND In the InqulrcrRepnbtfcan Rub ber Tire Buggy Contest Miss JesslQ Reynolds 3931 3347MissflessieLoycl Miss Laura Morton 1408 Miss DlsnleBnrnes 1212 Miss NttIY Smith 823 Mm Mut Peytou 710 Miss Mottle Beau 6i4 Miss Eva Martin 612 Miss Sophia Miles Gin Miss lila AdditigtonI 608 UsJ Bv Taylor 510 Miss Uulah Bennett 412 Miss Lydia Tlclieiior 408 Miss JennIe Armstrong 46 Miss Guasic Woodlnd 208 00S IX oxtcBear thekInf yyj Hare Ass B SlguIUlt d dtl A Novel Case McKee Ky March ISThtre Is quite n novel law suit pending before Magistrate King at this place Va lies Darrett auld Hardlu Shepherd for 25 cents the price of a pInt of turnip ICed which he says he sold Shep herd for which Shepherd has failed to pay him Shepherd has filed an answer In which he pleads that Dar rett owes him for for a gallon of caus seed whIch he pleads as a vetoil against the turnip seed They are both represented by able lawyers Livei Pillsl Ithingness md give a good digestion Aycr s Pills irc liver They cure constipation and biliousness Gently laxative Afldleti- F Wat your mmitarhe or beard s- I bcallWRI- brcll1l or rich blult Then a 1 BUCKINGIIAMS DYE5lOr O D4to sI P w I eo k N K- Jr r Excessor Smoking Affected MyHeart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Mo There Is acthlug that has Ii more deleter toni eSect upon the cardiac or heart ncnei than the u vie of tobacco rain nd tenderness around the hurt an oppreuhe feeling In the chut choklcillenuUoo In the throat discomfort from slecptxcg on left aide arid Imotherlnc tpeils at nl ht when the sufferer baa to lit lip bed to breathe an the most common symptoms ofa welt heart Smoken who feel these pymomi and who do not underetand their meaning should be warned In time by the followIng experiences si wu snat17 troubled with an affection of the iirt 1 think toucelSlvclmoklnll On wriug to you for ad Ice I was directed to begin a course of treatment which included Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr MJu- Nemne and Neryc and LIer PI1s togtier with bathtnv etc I faIthfully followed the directions iTan and am pleased to sa that my cure is complete permanent Before the use of your I was zo nervous I could not keep my hand still and sulfered greatly from seere palnl around the heart Many times at night would be forced to assume a sitting posture to t breath and for the time it toppedbeatingIn case un cbccrfuIIy Miles Heart Cure Restorative Nervine and other remedies to ad qeCferl from heart or nrvouc troubleYocrs truly EuJAIl HALt Dothan Ala druiairJ sell end JIIIuantee first bottle Dr ClCdleLSend for tree book on NereeU and Heart Diseasi Mdtess Dr Mcclcal eoBlkhart lad THE LIGHTNING SEED SOWEE BEST ON EARTH Ocaruntood to givo entre ictis- facuo it not to ho returned rI and snonoyro 49I be uo1 by Can the 1tL t4 will lOW from GO to RO ACRES rrii DAY Wellb loss thanc onepound I can be ucd on hone wI uwell ax on loot PrIce at your postomcc 1GO- Tn one ho COnTIQOOd and eolbappy AGENTS WANTED OLD Y D L D SANDERFUR BRAIIIfR DAM XV- JIIALIR mx Hardware and Groceries Hnr vesting Maclimes Farming mploments Commercial For tililizors OarIon Seods and Field Seeds ROBYHOTELRTI Best 100 Hotel in the City Your Patronage Solicited 17 Frodrica St Owenlboro Kr U CumberlandTELEPHONE AN- Dlelegraph Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my resilIence and place of business My business has Increased and my wlfep voice Is nev er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service und gentlemanly competition P TOIL1N Many DlUouncss M1k Chronic lnv Uds Um do the bite enters the blood am a ytru1cn polODIben4 come oonazfpauon bUlouaM sick heIdac fOYe- llu4 malaria The only treatment that give the Uycr JUlt CIo naM touch and itart Natures work In the rtglltt- DIIIIOr I- iThAMONSLIYEfl PILLS- ANoTONWPEILETS Tto pil1tooebos tb tpoari ue pcuota taco tna JD doaaI of 00 dap OOIt cent tIII f- n BalDpio free For lea all de3Joce For sate by J o H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky u 2 1 Newofl I Spring 41 I Goods We have just returned from tko Eastern markets lwhere wo purchased a- brannowuptodatospring l land Summer Stock of iAndnumerous to mention r VIe Want Your frade Isp 44wont cost you anything tolook-q lJt l41 through our stock These now goods have tJt 4 l41 arrived and are now open and ready for your inspection Call and see what wetofi have and we guarantee that wo can please 41 you Give us 000 trial toCi r ofi Yours for business B SAM BACH Hartford Ky- 1PUSHINGAHEAD t w lK i i Wo arc always looking ahead for something that will onablo us to increase our business and givo hot t tel crviee to our trade With this end in view wo have added to our servico n bar cnshcnrljing system i Yo will have it in operation by March 15th With this addition WO hope to give our customers more sntisf1ctorj and quickersorvice We oxtomi a very cordial invitation to everybody to visit our store and ECO how much more complete this mammoth busi less Is with the adlitiOfl of this system At tim same time we will thko groat pleasuro in showing you tlle most complete line of Goioral Morchantliso to be found in this whole section of country every article of which is worth ovdry cent ofitsprieo Re chenply t store is open every busincsg day andou dont have i to buy becauSe you loo- kSpring Merchandise Our buyers arc in the markets to complete our pur chases for Qur entire lines of Spring Morcliandisoand you can rest assured that we will still occupy the front place as distributors of dosirnblo goods We have already opened for your inspection quite a nice hue ofVnsh Fabrics Staple Ginghams and Em I broiderics Farmers Attention i We me solo agents for the Oliver Chilled Plows EOl JIickorynnd Tcnilesseo Farm Wagons Stayer braid of Corn Fertilizer and goodjudgment i when you can buy brands of us that you know will givo ou satisfaction We have just received a car load of Horseshoe brand of Corn Fertilizer and i Homesthad TobaccoGrowcr and have another car remlyforshine good Timothy or Re top Hay for sale onio toP Yet1Goofls Cqm tosco us E PJ3ARNES BRO BCar Darn Kentucky t++++++++ +++++++ 1- 3Oensbopo tO Ctf i KyMain Stroot betern Trlllet and flolirer fleet nttltto Iuto imtotk UoodlJuarter for peopleJAMES Proprietor C 4 j S I s 4 j ti i r 1- 1I 1 t4 l I Js j t Ifii i i 4- a t I 1 jl i I i yjI I A ffffffffff FGfffffii rfrfffrFffffff 14ffafffiifffffff f Spring Greetings While winter hangs heavily onto tho outside world glimpses of springtime aro to bo seen in FAIR tC COS BIG DRY GOODS STORE They nro showing thoir flew lino of Madras Wuistings Embroideries Laces Ginghams Porcals Etc A splendid timo to select thorn and certainly no bettor timo could be found to tmako thorn up Embroidery Specials Ono lot about 600 yards of Cambric Embroideries width running from onehalf to 2i inches select pat terns good washable edges widths that soil everywhere 10 10 for 8c and lOc Our Special Price is 5c One lot 500 yards eamo as above handsomo pat torn widths running from 3 to GJ inches nothing in other stores liko them for less than 26c Our Special Price is 15- cEmbroidery Accompainments i Choice lino of Nainsook Insertions Trimmings Me dallions Etc to match any of our Embroideries Our stock of Blenched Muslins such as Hope Ma LongClothheadquarters for material for your Underwear It will bo a pleasure for you to select them hero 1 Spring Suitings Nothing better for tho early spring waist than Ma dras certainly there is no goods that looks neater Full 32 inches wide good fast colors big variety of solid shades and stripes goods that sell readily over all retailcounters for 15c Our Special Price is lOc All wool for Skirting 38 inches wide now shades of- light gray Oxford green and navy blue all right for a spring skirt worth 65c anywhere Our Special Price is 50c- TRADE AT THE BARGAIN CENTER J r ifffff4 +fffiffffi+fffffffff+fffffffff Fffffffff4i tee HnnneeH HU Do Yoil Want To Btly Real Estate Do YoU Want to SellReal Estate The Answer will Generally t- oY ESl welt that foInlltbll cut 01 fOlIl011 want tq taow loll where JOB ma net what you want and at the eaetime yoo want to know U the tithe U Rood to the property that yon buy I hare no doacre farm Ijlng a mite- mudltlonnurthwut ot Ilarttur In good Drente A bll l nrg tu CaltAtonm- Jlfrnftnlwr Ifjon wart to boy or elH ce no Ill do the balance Titles Abstracted your tr- ulrSAAndcrson REALESTATE AGENT Hartford Ky Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 20 Potato Onions at Carson Bros Carton Bros pay cash for Furs New Silks for waists at Fair Cola New Spring Ginghams at Pair Gos See Carson Co for readymade skirts Lunches at City Restaurant Irons IDC up Nazareth waists lor children at Fair Gos City Restaurant for an uptodate meal or lunch Best the markets affords at City Res taurant Come and see Tobacco Cotton yard wide good edge itfc at Pair Be Cos If you want the worth of your money trade with Carson Be Co Dont fall to see our readymade skirts CARSON Co rf Our stock is lull oi the worlds best CARSON Co Fresh Oysters and Pish at City Res tanrant and served in latest styles t New Shoes and new Oxfords for ladles Iud lot men CARSON Cow 0 I fs Prettiest line of Spring Shirts are at Pair Cos Nicest line of Candles Cakes and Fruits in Hattiord at City Restaurant Mr Noble BeanofSulphur Springs who has been very sick is improv ing The celebrated Ames buggy will be handled here this season by Taylor Be lewis For Cheese SausagcCanncd Goods Cakes Crackers e go to City Res taurant New Spring Wool Dresa Goods at Pair Be Cos Etamines Melrose c- VeneUanlEtc If you want tbe beat Buggy made at living prices buy the Ames from Taylor Lewis ICity Restaurant bandies the nicest Une of Goods In Hartford Everthing the very best o Dont tall to see our new Gingham and Wash Silks for Shirt Waists CARSON Cot One lot 36lnch Percala light shadesregular price istfc closing out price 8c at Pair Cos More Ames buggies are sold in Ohio county each season than all oth er makes combined Sold by Taylor Be Lewis S We want your Hens Chickens Eggs Feathers Bacon Lard Beans Dried Apples In fact all kinds of goodS Country Produce CARSON We greatly enlarged our stock recently Call and see it ARMENDT Be WEDDING Dundee Ky Rev J D Hocker bought of Mr William Logsdon a house and lot on East Fifth street Owensboro for which he paid 3200 Mr Hiram Babbitt of near toils Mondayi Messrs Prank Black J E Bean and Dudley Ford were appointed com missioners at the present term of coutt to flit the jury box with names for jurors for the next year Remember we discount all heavy winter goods we have in stock both for ladies and gentlemen ARUBHDT WaDDINGDundee Mrd E P Thomas went to Owens boro Wednesday to be present at the funeral of her aunt Miss Nannle Tanner who was killed by an electric car In that city Wednesday We have i case ot genuine ihnnel commonly called a faced Canton flannel put up in sib bundles that we tell fort per bundle this would make Itsc per yard CARSON Co W A 4 Health II For 25 years I have never missed taking Ayers Sarsaparilla mybloodwayJohnNY Pure and rich blood carries new life to every part of the body You are Invigorated refreshed You feel anxious to be active You become strong steadycourageollsTLatswhat will do for you lletl bottle All dC1lul1tl Ark dolor whit he thlnki of Aptt- arruptlll lie knowl atleboutthRr nd old fimtly medicine follow Wudrlaaad- ae will beAsJ CoN Lowell MUI Postmaster Wood Tinsley returned from Central City yesterday where lie had gone to appear before the Board oi Pension Examiners Miss Mary Morris died of consump Lion at her home near Jingo Sunday morning and was buried in the Mil ton Taylor graveyard Miss Morris was daughter of Mr William Morris and was about seventeen years old v A Pleasant Evening On last Saturday night the follow ing gentleman entertained at the parlors of the New Commercial Messrs Chester Keown Lester Polk E W Patterson C D Stevens Alvin Patin Cleve Her E E BIrkhead A E Cot trell R H Hanklns R R Riley Arch Lewis and J M DeWeese The ladles present were Misses Maggie Marks Isabelle Cox Mary Smith Martine Bennett Elizabeth Sanderfur Laura Morton Mary Bennett Mabel Hubbard Bessie Pair Florence MorI ton Annie Moreland and Eva Brown The evening was passed in playing flinch croklnolc andtlI spy At 1 130 a shower of cold grub fell consisting of nuts fruits candles and vegetables After these had been rounded up and overpowered the guests stole away to their homes and were soon folded in the arms of Morpheus dreaming of another even ing pleasantly and delightfully passed JTaylorJohn H Thomas Editor REPUBLIC AN Hartford Ky Dear Sir ClrI scumatancespast few days are such that will ran den it impossible for me to farther continue my race for the nomination for Representative from Ohio countyy I regret very much to make nonncement after having canvassed at large portion of the county I feelt that at the hands of the Republican party my nomination and election to this high and honorable office was asS snred I desire to most heartily thank I the good people of Ohio county for their expressions of confidence their loyal support and their general hos pltality while a candidatetI have accepted the office of secretary and treasurer for the Miners oft Western Kentucky which la aposlt lion of trust and honor la my only reason for withdrawing from the race for RepresentativecThanking the good people of Ohio for jVeryGEORGE BAKER Y M C A Notes The Hartford Y M C A bad two good meetings on last Sunday afternoon the boys meeting at J 30t clock and the mens meeting at 2 oclock At these meetings thereI were good crowds present Eighteen at the boys meeting and thirty to three men at the mens The members ot the local assoclatI wtlonBro Petrie who is ed in a meeting at Beaver Dam conductedfl the services at the M E Church on last Sunday nightDThe boys new members on last Saturday moruh Ing This department has two meet each week the bible class on- aturday morning at 930 oclock and the on af tternoonBoys between ten and fifteen of with the consent of their areE admltteclt1JBeaveron next Friday night in the Baptist church at 730 oclock All men are invited Found Dead Warrren L Maddox wan found dead F- In his room at McHenry Monday morniiig He died of heart failure Mr Maddox wasllving with his son luIaw Mr R L Brown and when a member of the family went to awaken- shim Monday morning found him dead Coroner Ben L Davis was summoned and held an Inquest over bodyMr was about City years old at thetlme ol his death Other members of his family have died sud dealt of similar troubletaKilled by Street Car Miss Nannle Tanner of Owensborob was run over and killed by a streetcar in that city about 7 oclock Wed nesday morning Miss Tanner crosst ed the track in front of a waiting car and just as she cleared the trackr turned back just In front of the car which had started and her body was ground to pieces under the wheels of IY the car A coroners jury exonerated motorman Husk and conductor Kin ncr who were In charge of the car Miss Tanner was about sixty years old She was an aunt of Mrs E P Thomas of Hartford and had visited here recently II KILLING AT McHENRY Ben Rogers Kills AI Chinn in the Engine Room of the Power House and Escapes Ben Rogers stabbed Al Chinn to death at McHenry Saturday nig and Immediately fled the county and has not yet been captured Both were colored men Details of the tragedy can not be obtained as the only witness to the killing a eister ln law to Rogers refuses to talk However Rogers and his wifes sister called at the en gina house about 9 oclock and an ar gument of some character ensued which resulted in Rogers hacking China to pieces with a razor Rogers was considered a negro especially when under the In finance of liquor Chinn was a man of good character and had accumulated some property He had been a employe of the coal Company at Mc Henry lor twenty years Death of an Old Citizen At his home one mile south oi Shreve Christopher C White died Wednesday of a complication of troubles incident to old age He was one of the oldest citizens of the county having reached the rare age o four score and nine years He was born in Fayette county and removed to Louisville in his youth To th writer he has related many Incidents connected with the early history of the metropolis He remembered distinctly the construction of the canal around the rapids in the Ohio and the hanging of two murderers one a negro hack driver and the other a common artisan in the early days of the city He was present and wit nessed the execution of Mose and Bob Kelley at Haweavllle for the murder of a flatboat crew almost a century ago He possessed tenaceous memory recalling with remarkable distinctness many incidents of his early life He had a knowledge of astronomy possessed by few of his extremely limited opportunities All through long and eventful life he was noted for his superior physical his excentrlcity and un questioned honesty Uncle Kit as he was familiarly known Is the last of a large family almost all of whom had their lives extended out be ond the ordinary time limited to He will be missed by his ma relatives and friends His Inter ii ment took place yesterday at Pleasant Grove cemetery in the presence of large assemblage New School Districts On petition of more than fourfilths of the patrons directly concerned I have formed the throe following com at school districts to wlt NO4 Sulphur Springs Begin at Mrs Cates including her- hence with Hartford road to Will Bakers Including him thence to A Millers thence to Henry Devers ins him thence to Jack Welters hTrim thence to Ed Cooks excluding t1theFonzoMidklff and Henry Dover have T been appointed trustees for the dlsw NO7 Duff Beginning at Jeham thence to Wems Acton s w thence to J B Mitchells farm thence Nancy Canons thence to Allison Nabbrs thence to John Nabore to John Daniels thence to the idow Millers farm thence back to Isham Lees the beginning All the arms mentioned in the boundary in except the Nancy Canon farm are- ncluded in the district Robert J uff J B Mitchell end N B White ave been appointed trustees No 24 Dundee Beginning at the Prank L Smith farm thence to W F Beans farm thence to Sam Wallaces thence to Doc Naborf on a straight line to the mouth Adams Fork on the north bank oi ough creek thence to Jo Bratchers to Geo St Claire thence to as Wimsatta thence to Romney Renfrews thence to Claud Renfrows thence to Prank L Smiths the be ginning All places mentioned lu for the boundary except the Sam Wal lace farm are included W S Dean H Coppage and Doc Nabors have been appointed as trustees for above district Should any mistakes have been made in arranging the foregoing boundaries those effected thereby make It known to me before April t Hoping that all may be well with the new districts raw in SincerelyJ C S S IeRevw ttSaturdayThe baptizing which was to have een the third Sunday in February but on recount of the ins dementweather will take place the the Sunday in AprilaMr and Mrs M G Snell visited in Cool Springs neighbor hood Saturday and SundayaeSunday School has been reorganized I at the Baptist church with Mr 1sI 3 L U Loney PQ Superintendent a Mr L J Igleheart Assistant Sup intendent Miss Gola Dempsey Echols via ed Miss Ethel Miller last week Mrs Ira Miller who has been Wyoming for several mouths is n the guest of her sister Mrs W Tanner Miss Violet Loncy who has been attending school at Beaver Dam is at her home on account of sickness Mr and Mrs S B Snell Cool Springa visited in the community Sunday t Mr Dallas Fought who has Itsick for several weeks is nlowly 1 ABOUT PEOPLE Mr Will Fair went to Louisville yesterday Mr Simon Jones Render was I town Tuesday Dr J S Smith McHenry was in town Monday Mr H E Hill Wysoxwasln town yesterdays Col C M Barnett returned to Louisville Sunday Mr Melvin Wilson of Roslue was In town Tuesday 1Mr Martin Collins Render was in town Wednesday Mr C K Renecr Centertown was in town Wednesday Mr Cnrt Miller ForJsvllie was ii1 Owencboro Monday Mr Carson Byers of Olaton was In town Wednesday fDr G F ChapmanCentertown was a town Monday Mr W W Moore Fordsvllle was MondayeMr James Martin Fordsvllle was In Owensboro Monday Mr Chester Lyons Olatou attended court here this wcekIRev J D Honker Owensboro was In Beaver Dam Tuesday Mr D Baker Rhoads Beaver Dam was in town WtdnesdayI Judge C W MassIe Owensboro was here In court this week Mr E E Qulsenberry Fordsville was In Owenaboro Tuesday Mrs Bertha Sapp Owensboro is visiting friends at Fordsvllle Coroner Ben L Davis Sulphur Springs was in town esterdayI Capt J H Riley of Owensboro attended court here this week Dr A B Riley and wife Louis ville are here for the summerI Judge L P Little ovousboro Isthere on legal business this week Hon R W Slack of Owensboro- Is hereon legal business this week Mr J W Davis of Birds Eye Ind here this week buying hickory Urn bar County Court Clerk M S Ragland wept to Rosine Saturday and returned Monday Mrs Ezra Young Owensboro InII visiting her father Mr L W Leach White Run- Attorney E E Kelley of 1IVI3I vllle was here on legal business the first of the week Messrs Clarence Armendt J W Thomas and Claude Renfrew Dun dee were In town Saturday Mr W M Camp Fordsvllle who been in Owensboro for several returned home Tuesday be Mr George Arnold station crier of Owensboro and Horse Branch di of the Illinois Central Railroad here attending court this week TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Lnxittlvi Bromo Quinine Tablet All dnmtet reload the money U It rolls to eon E hovel signature In on each bus ie or FORDSVILLE- Mr and Mrs Frank Reynolds of Reynolds were guests at Mr J S Reynolds Tuesday Mrs Pollard and Ollie WIlE on are Louisville this week Mr and Mrs C S McElroy spent Friday and Saturday at Reynolds Mr Will Camp and others from here went to Owensboro Monday to take a special degree in Masonry Mr Harry Cans who has been the baggage master here on the Texas fot quite awhile has resigned his peal flan Quite s pleasant entertainment wes sited at1 the college hall Tuesday night under the auspices ol the M H ChurchMisses Nancy Smith and Jessie Reynolds went to Louisville Friday a few days c Mr and Mrs J F CoopeJ1returnedS from Louisville Mr L T Johnson of Marlon and Mrs Minor Burton of Colorado were the guests of Mrs Bettie Johnson last Thbtsday Miss May Dempster Glendeace was in Fordsvllle the first of the week Mr Waller Fant of Clarkson was Fordsvllle this week Mr Ellis Johnson Henderson won here Sunday tileavewhere they will make their fu home Miss resale Henderson went to Ow ensboro Tuesday to visit friends Mrs M ConniiT of Louisville was guest of Mr and Mrs J J Tilford few days last week Mr Otho Fowler has resigned his position as principal of our school to a position with the Book- Lovers Library to take effect Monday March 23 J MarchterI Itstatoa n adr fectively Now Is tho best tlmo for purifying your blood SPhy4I tryingtopimples and other eruptions that nave comp on your face and body Hoods Sarsaparilla PillsmAre tho medicines to take they do the work thoroughly and agreeably and never fall to do it youhAvo ennwetakethe eammer JRS S J KAt Meuraya Pan Hoods Sarsaparllla promises to ouro and koopa the promise SHOTnBut Marshal S 0 Keown of Fordsvllle Got Ills Game Marshal Sam Keown of Fordsvllle had been carrying a capias for Jim Woostcr for sometime and learning Tuesday morning that his man had bought a ticket for Texas and started on his way caught him at Narrows l Wooster paid the fine and continued on his trip to Texas I Marshal Keown said the amount 1 was rot large but as it was the last chance he decided to venture a wing 4 shot for the game I BEDAIFarmers are verY busy in this sec I 4bedsMrs Mildred Barnett is 1 after an Illness of several weeksjMr and MM W C Bennett and I little daughter Etta spent last Sunday with Mr G W Bennett and I familySchool began at this place Monday 1 I with prospects for a full school 1I Mr W C Ashley near Hartford ti visited Mr S A Bennett and family Sunday 1 Mr Hartford TuesdaYtiMr Peter Shown of tbe Alexandria 1 neighborhood was In our town Mon tl day Little Miss Mabel Ashley of near Hartford is attending school at this placeLittle Miss Flora Hoover of Bar Creek Is visiting her cousin Miss Mary Parks tRev W S Winkler failed to fill his regular appointment at the C P t Church Sunday Miss Clara Webb Alexandria was the guest oilier cousin Mrs Savllla Chamberlain one day lest week Mr L B Tfchenor end family have moved to Mr Harlan Tichenors farm HartfordJG3TORIS Dean the Tim Kd You Haw Mwajtj tett aigantrse fear r DO CTheenue has issued a ruling forbidding the use of any strip of paper or other material over the cork of bottled whisky which might be construed to In similitude of the green bottling F- In bond stamp used by the govern = ment as a guarantee of purity the This ruling is of widespread Interv berlons RUTS to the The walking sick what- a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sickenough to go to bedetII Chronic cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English means long sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they needa Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness need Scotts Emulsion 111Itnew life to the weak last foScottsthin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new the rich blood strengthens the appetitefor Scotts Emulsion can betaken as long as sickness lasts and do all thetJ coimeTheres new strength and flesh in every dose jtoII doses free II to Uure that thli picture lathe form 01 a label to on the deEmultlon foSCOTChemistsbe 409 Pearl St N Y the 5Oc and I all druggists Astonishing Values a Departmdlltli i moreiever These values are repre 1sonted in everything that ianow seasonable I For a few days longer wo will continuo to l soIl our Winter Goods at cost This means what it snysi10 fake The goods must goI to mako room for our Spring Stock and I these prices means dollars to our patrons ItI is our time to sell and your time to buy and save money Wo aro making bigreductions in every department of our Winter Goods It is a Grand WindUp SaleIOn all heavy goodsShoes Underwear t Hats Shirts Overshoes Clothing Over I coats Furnishing Goods Etc Our Dress j Goods Department will prove interesting to 4 Ladies and they are invited to call and see the attractivo bargains we aro offering Here are goods that will wear you at lowest 4 cutrate prices Same way with Shoes and 9 many other kinds of goods which aro always 4 serviceable winter or summer This is 1 Where You t t Save Dollars t 4 On big purchases and dimes on small t things It will be to your interest to take t advantage of this opportunity Call in 4 anyhow whether you buy or not You can 1 got posted and make the other merchants 1 como down to our prices Remember these 1 goods aro all firstclass and embody the 1 very best wearing material that can bo found Here is where high value and low 1 price meet on common level The sooner 1 you como tho better you will be satisfied 1 with your purcbasetThe Economy Dry Goods Store 1 MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Manager 1 G if e alltHartfora entuOk37A school of Actual Business Bookkeeping Shorthand TouchTypewriting and attendant branches We have special arrangements with a reputable Employment Bureau whereby we can GUARANTEE POSITIONS- to all students who complete a Combined or Shorthand n ourse Business or Shorthand Course 3000 Combined Course 4000 Students may enter atany timo and receivofull instructions Wo continue tho entire year H HANKINS President E1Y PATTERSON V Pres corks of bottled whisky was bIl long before the passage of the in bond act The ruling does not forbid the Jur ther use of private strips bit merely prohibits those which are calculated mislead the public into thinking whisky Is bottled In bondOw ensboro Messenger DUNDEE- Mr C L Armendt was in HarUord Saturday and Sunday Mr Robert Dover visited hid par near Mt Vernon recently Mr Byron Wedding is sick at this writingMrs James Sproul returned Tues day from an extended visit with rela flues at Woodbury Mr Byron Bean was in Fordsville week- Mr Joe Westerfield was in Hartford SaturdayCol R Dent Leitchfield is in town thia weekr looking alter insur business Supt J M DeWeeM was in tofra week Miss Effie Bean who has been sick the past week is better at this Mr Jim Sproul has purchased residence occupied by Mr Ed TonesMisses Nolla Renfrow and Effie Wimsatt were at Narrows Monday On last Tuesday evening while sawing down timber Mr Wilber Dever came very near being crushed death by a falling tree He was nsiderably bruised aud shook up i t it is thought not seriously hurt I n The Commoner begins an edito vial by saylngiIf removing the tar will cripple the Coal Trust etc just hold on Billy we want you show for the firsttlme that the re moval ol the coal tariff has any ten to cripple the Coal Trust be re you undertake to make sane folks I that removing the tariff kills trusts Morviau Falls N C Yellow Jacket THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWeek EdltlonAt mosta Daily at the Price of a Weekly The Presidential campaign U over but tbe world goes on Joit tbe lame and It U lull olntw To loam thleeeweelust M It l pronpUr and Impartlallj nil that you haTe to do III to look In the column ot The Thrlcea Week Edition ol the New York World which come to the nb crlberlW times iv year palloUthr ever the ngUih language L pokn and you want It ubcrlpUODunequaled nevepaper and Tni lllpuuutus to gether one year for 1160 pdproCall for a Senatorial Convention- At a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of the 7th Senatorial District held at Beaver Dam Ky December ao 1902 it was ordered that a convention be held In each of the voting precincts in said district on Saturday July n 1903 at electingcfelegates tion to be held at the county seat of each county In said district on Mon day July 13 1903 at i p m which county conventions shall elect dele gates to attend a district convention SaturdayJulY18a candidate for State Senator in said district The representation in the county convention shall be one dele gate for each 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast for McKinley for President representaUonln be one vote for each zoo or fraction over 50 votes cast for McKinley for President In 1900 The candidate re calving a majority of all the votes cast in said district convention shall be declared the nominee of the Republican party for the office of State Sen ator in said district NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn M S RAGLANS Sec- ySubscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance M c 4 J L II- u t fl t S 1 S I n Ss I arordR3PUbCZtflI =FRIDAY MARCH 20 =fl1n3Contraallr ndTlmo- Tabl Ne t1m card tfttU cITectannd7 Dee 7 1o2 at noo- nNorth lionnhl t40Hh Bnand- No 13 duo 0311113 zul21 dwl1I7 a to No 102 dIl8241118 tn 101 die 4T p m- Nol22 dool242 p to No 13L due 8J5 iI to rCtnl1rlhUl-No lit dooT5ft m So IO 10e N1 p rn 1111 aiMXH ASt Take Warning A wan who 8uswerett Idertlae- ments In cheap story ptpera baa had some Interesting experience says an exchattre He lenrud this by sending r to a yankee he couli1 get n cure for drunkennea Sure enough he did It WAil to tribe n ptetlge 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of waste paper The Peerless Manual Is printed from clear type on an extra qulbity of BI ble paper made especially for the purpose making ItpoDslble to present in one volume more printed surface than Is usually contained In books ten times as bulky It contains a million facts ol great value to every one and a fund of general Information that cannot be obtained In any other form for many times the small price asked for It It Is handsomely bound In cloth covers with red edges The publishers Geo W Ogilvl Co i8r Monroe street Chicago nt wilt send It to any of our readers on receipt of 25 cents They are so confident of complete ratthfcttou that they offer to refund the 25 cents to anyone who Is dissatisfied on receipt of the book and returns It to them In good order Grover Cleveland having stated that his attitude respecting next years Democratic nomination Is orno consequence Mr Bryan has at last n chance to cordially agree with him Salk Lake Tribune I The nmthua l canllalrn next year will find the Democratic party again making war on the Industry and prosperity of the nation the same as It did In 1932 And the people of the South will be asked to remain folld- fn trying to kill the goose which has laid the golden eggs of development and good times for themnHouston TeXas AgeDenmocratic UJlAU uLJj M- oHETTY S TAM trp iJY Jrnec Vtn4 oJ i4 3 rrfttjtheSMaurCtflpa1 tyqyiyv vIrT1TiVVrYYVT IiI run way Th waI nrttr Warncrt tPply to her Jdr when tol4 that buu1d TlO longer k op company with SRIll thech- or 11ulyvfti nineteen Ont nn only child find the Wnrners were n1 t cIa formnr3 lvIiig Just outsIto the town tit LtncoltiyIIIp Slim b3eeehr WeIR II rnth er fast young man Ihlnlf In 1wn rind htq eiIs lit tte tlrmhouj had not bon recIvetl with favor ty thi ld tdlIDont III tool ll Hettr ild blr- 1Ilhcr Wo dont want to I you throw youreIf WRY on A wortbss- yuLlg man Who sayit hs worthless demand eel the daughter with flashing eyc 1VhJrerrl1oJy Itnows he drInks and swears mill gets Into rapes fes simply n young man ot splnt and 1 Gdm1r him for It For the londs ekel We It seer- nthatfstherdIdtktIutb8 ftdown a mInute too soon Now youd better flnIh hemming that tablecloth and watt fat a better man to come along netty had no moro to say She felt humiliated and defiant and she lI1S determined to do something She wanted to wAke her father and mother feel ballworso than she felt herself There was one thIng loftto run away The more she thought ot the plan the bet ter she liked 11 She would stelll away itt night Sho would loon behind her a letter saying that her blflrt WSB bro lon She would so tar tAr away among strangers and probably die- wIthth n few weeks and bo burled under a willow tree Her father would search In nln and be sorry for his cruelty and her mother would pine away and become n bliingskelotou- Ilotty allowed a week to glldo pallt to lull snsplclon and to see It Sam- Beeober would bid doflaneo to her fathers edict and then she was ready Slim did not show up nil was having n lawsuit Just then over a horse trade and ho hall no Umo to sebemu and piAn At 10 oelO1II one summers night nett Btole trom the house to return never again She left a heartbroken letter on the kItchen table and there WON tMrslnher eyes os she bade the cat and dog and cherry trees and flow er bOOs gOodllf nupll1n was to walk through tbo village und keep on until 8lo bad put hundreds of mites between m IS xr RC1U x fD om 8- 55vALX ber rrlQ1rur heart and the door old home She had 70 entain cash and G grim deterint 8tion to dlo a niartyr to parental lfljU8UCe She got along bravely until she had passed through too village and was holt n mile beyond Then a thunder storm came up and drove her to IetJk shelter tn n tanners barn but before she got under cover she was thoroughly drenched and had torn the skirt of her dress halt olr In getting over a rail fence She found a door ot the born open Md crept inside wIth chattering teeth and was wondering It Sam Beecher wouldnt ahod tears ot grief It ho know her situation when tlio odor ot tobacco smoke came to her nostrils neforo she could rnako n move how over a mann with A pipe In his mouth stood between her and too door and o gruff Oleo said Well old dusty I bids yo como tn out of the Wet and make yerseif nt home Got any cold vittles with fOr Whowbols Itr screamed the girl Mllho started beck Thump me It tt tulnt a tomnler growled the man Who Is It yerallt- rItsttll mea girl And Its mea tramp Dy Jingo but this Is a rum gol DIe yes father send 1e out here to disturb my medItations nnd turn me out In the midst ot a thunderstorm No II dont belong hero I was going somewheo and the torm drove me In here I guess Ill go now I guess no Uavln Invaded the SIF- ered precincts ot my domicile as- flbakeaenr haIt I nnt toJ iiiuw- b1cbnu of It DeJ1leIoO 1ay should taveI about at midnight Lb Q- thundlrltorm wIthout Q beau tro- a btg gal or a littlo gun Como now tell me whats the trouble I want to gvr ozeWmr flCU7- svbod havo given nU the Sara noccbere on earth to bo sate at homo tu cP bed Jut then But ye cant ye tcntlw llrotm the trump Its what the perflca calls a saeptctous case and rvogot to inwes- tlgate Wbose gab are ie What do yo lIve What are ye dbIU out here this time of night I Itnt a bad mann and tt yev Qt any servers pour era into my lietenin ears Chattering with the cold and tttm bUng with tear and having only the Idea of nppenlln to the txempa sym pathy nettr stated her case It rvtsnt much ot G case nil she bad to admit to herself when he had stated It and the reply of the mon Vila prompt and to the point Say gal ho bbaerved Gli she flu- ished ye are a aJlJi kid 1Ei dad lnlt mntrD was ll iljj11t ImuItI 3u- outht ter be looked up WlIar woe o rIyoI1I ont know o Coarse don t It Is jest a al3t- Vh1m and n mighty silly one Gale has Jot to ho bossed and yo ought to know It The old folks has got to keep nn eye on om tilt they II married off A kill ot n gal ts liS apt to marry a rascal As on honlIIt tllller and I dont reckon your beau Sam Is anything to brag of The storm is pasain over and when St stops ralntn yo era gain back home nut I cant H sobbed Hotly But ye must sea morro Im go In right along with ye Mlbbo yo kin get Into the house null up to yar room wIthout anybody beln the wiser At any rRto yeve got to try It Miss lIotty wept and objected though all the time hoping tho tramp would carr tnt his progrnmmt When the rain bad ceased and the sbrre shone out again he said Now gal well jog along Putty wet nnll muddy but yuil rcmeznberit the longer Very lIttlo was said bS they splashed through the mod left by thQ shower and brushed against the wet weeds of the highway ne tramp smoked and JIetty shivered and ebo was ready to sink down from exhaustion and emotion as the pair finally arrived at the rarmboueo gate it was nearly 2 OClock- In the morning and aU within the house vua quiet Dill ye leave tho door on the latch kid 7 asked the tramp Yes Then sneak in and up to yet room cod tomorrr rnornln yo set out to cJt- yer common Penso bock Toll sense me wont ye1 oJ ol SAndNo Then hllCs my paw an1 Ill stand here till ye are safe Inside Dont never do It again Good night And the only thing said next morn- Ing was by the mother who obeorveds The cat must have got sopping wet last night for I found traits ot water all over the kitchen floor when I got up this morning pWt1 The Stouter Cluune5enn- A chameleon which had been a long while in Q ecge had become so entirely the color ot the wood that It wan not easy to distinguish It I placed It among plants and on the grass but tt dId not turn green agaIn and then I loft It on a TRee ot flowers tn the center of which I placed a tall stiff spray Soon the erenture found Its way to the very sum wit and there It remained os still QI death until a Sly happened that way Then there was a very slight movement A clIck was heard and the chameleon- resumed Its silent observation na it no- fly bad been swnllowe There Is somethIng cunning and weird almost sInister In the expression- of that very small eye In the center or apex lit Its mobile globe now turned upward now downward so Quietly yet IC watchfully rarely the two eyes look Ing the same way The chameleon must surely be endowed wIth duality ot braIn for It certainly rust ttko In two Ideas at once through its two eyes or why should It move both so ccaselesty- In contrary directIons MoUoziirse S the nnlmnl hour otter hour the ayo being the only sign of life tt displays too one at the top ot a spray in the IIHo flowers remained In the same posItion day after day only throwing out Its tongue to catch a fly when ono flew by and otherwise moving only Its evei restJoo3 eyesErcbange lime nit ofidyorttslrtjt In his volume on EtoIetrtrleltltS ot Genius Major Pond says that DUO evening when lIelll Wen1 DNCbt was about bait through with his icC ture the attention of the audience WM attracted to the front ot the house as Emma Abbott thu singer walked down the aIsle tn her Tulll makeup and wig the train fairly swooping the ialea Upon rahIng the orchestra rail she turned and walked In front of the audience to the box which was on the left ot the stage and which she easily have reached bi the side aisle without observation After the great wave ot interruption had spent Itself Mr Dechir continued tils lecture to the end when Miss Aba tjott leaped from the box and rushed to Mr l3oocbar tu whose church in Jr99krn Bbs had formerly sung e calming Dear Mr Deeeher bow do you d01 You must excuse my Juliet makeup and dress and wig I felt that I must see you and I rushed from the opera over here without changing rD1 tress fearing I should miss you As a matter of fact she had not seen the theater since oclock nn availed tlerselt ot this opportunity to secure a little free advertising r OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy KWneys ZakC Impure BIQOd to9 fAil the blood In your body puses through ypur kidneys oncO every three minutes yourbloodter out the waste or Impurities In the blood Ulhey are sIck or out of order they fall to do their work 1 Pains achesandrhell- mallsm corns from excess of uric sold In the blood duo to nertected kldneytroubboi m unsteadyhearrthey had heart trouble because the heart Is kidneypoisoned urinaryroublesbut now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin nlngln kidney troubler mlslakebyKllmersSwampRoot UsJslid is mold onjts merits by all druggIsts iii fillY cCnt and onedellarslz os You may have a sampRooLfresolt If you have kidney or bladder trouble 4enthin this paper when writIng Dr Kilme- f4 Co Binghamton N YrDont make any mistake but remember Iha name SwampRoot Dr Khmers BlnghamlonN Lyons Lamtivo Syrup to a vegetable preparation absolutel harmless in its effect it acts gently on bowels cures con IIUpatioobiliousness sick headache the complexion and makes the blood pure Au remedy for child ten no wen os adults For sale by 7 Thos Allen RosIney 4 v ac S WS S a 4 fl S a Thm 7tVTC FWt A3wyti Boughti 1v lch has been ua l rx 8 o r Iran borl hO slgimntnro of 9 aria Imas been U10 1lCI hlslJC1 tc8k f suporvis f Gin o its Infliucy U4jAl10w uo ono tn ccel 0 yon In tbls- AU CoumitovfeI Imltltfons and uJ t mi oP8r0 hub Lxperineutq Int trlflo TUb a1tlCfltIgCr ihollcnUh of- Iunmta and hlhlrcnEtporlcnco t nst Experiment What is CASfQRIA Ctstoria in n harmless substitute for Castor on Pure gone Drops milt Soothing Syrups It In Plcnsnnt It contains neither Opitun llorphlno mtir other NaeotO- anbstnnce Its ago Is Its guarantee It tlcitrofS Worrn nun alltiytt Feverishness It cures Plarrlttaa 8111 Vlnd Colic It relieves TeethIng Troubles cures ConstfsJltlon- Qnd Flntnlcney It assimilates Uto Loot regulates tim Stomach anti Bowels giving healthy nuti natural aiccp The Childrens lauaconTho Motlicr3 Friend CENUINE CASTORRA ALWAYS Doars tho offrc The Kind You Have Alvays Bought In Use For Over 3J Years T4t ctatAlI CONPAN iT uUftAV STIT tw YD Afl- Va t1mIaY J jJ rrr iI Cheap Rates One way 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lltl tl VngiouIonEsTzacnnMtoL 00 1100 Sladtion qai l I1L4 IS- au WI ps- IJo You Want This GDld We are going to give a nice nov TenDollar Gold piece to time Conespondent of THE REPUBLICAN who sends US the largest club of yearly sub scribers betore noon of Mon day April 5 Renewals count the same as new subscriptions when paid up ono year in ad vance A big pro for a little Work and ono of our cor respondents is going to got it Whynot you We could get moro clubs by having the of for open to everybody but we limit it to our correspond cuts because wo want to show thorn that wo appreciate their work for THE REIUBI4IcAN Send in names and money ns rapidy as you receivo them and every subscription EQnt in will bo credit d to your club account Begin AT ONCE ALFRED HUDSON IIIJILDRR CONYRCYORI- lnytlord lLy- Bnltttng anl rnIrtng done byilv or IOn trMC Jet hI MUmnw before ron Vt JOR IQntrBCt ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHDrIE COMPANY IJOOBroall TaD Talk being cheap and necesaary you chould patronIze houie folks vThere you can buy your OVU phones and build your own lines and be In talking distance with the whole coun byIRough River Telephone Company or- t ey will be It the whole expense If- you say so We connect with aU In dependent CompanIes For pnrtien bra call on S T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky EXPERINCE eso YEARS Taaoz MARKS DUIQlt8C- OIIYRIGHT8 nAnynol t jlnc n btc end cCaII4kt toes 1111 uNJtAln ler optEon tree wbcthjt lID Inventlnn II probabIpLenta1lA jommnI- lIonarttlronlldctlaL oar GA laicot Soul free Jleat ac forecuringpat- Vatenth Man the iusb Sluon Xi mnosLr- IpprU aotLv wltboc charge IA the SIe11fi RmericatAb- andomly matonad wet7 lunt cit- cnaUon of any pele tDO rtry II a M tNO3 1 =biafl New rkJI- ratICU UIJce Ci2S V litWaablDlnoa n 5S S- SKORTLI accorophlshneattot IOU Learn It Hero We teach 31 bRAlnea branch Cl Correct meth04 Larga p ronaee Enter any tme- aoo BOARD FOR l6 A- WEK Writefor camaloeoe Lockoaf3 Cuslacts College E anIhla lad V T 11 u rc r q O rnWl I f oII1J Cw 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Mossgrowth Is on impossibility It Is more artlatlc than any atone Then why not inveatste It ban bn aJlpted fr nearly one lmuured r uJ1 umonumer oli and by tusans of deihted customers In all parts of the country It haa been on le market over 25 years and Is nn establiaued IIUCes8 Maby granite dlRrs have bought WhlteJlro1zo for their own b trill plota W- havehuiicc1 I Ucaulful designs of all gzades tor workond want to have yoq- see theta ifyon ore Interested IQ a monument headstone marker or grave cicovertrulyIIkavcr Darn Ky ofiirldgeport Cnn A I 9 7 r Oi W Ln- cJCr7- gjfeltvoflay oh box 25c pmD gJ1rl YnIt JNO B WISONA- TTORNEY A LAW HARfFonD KY moklllltabuU Olflcborthldupnblleq nro O E SMICH- ATTOnNEY A LAW JlAUtFOHD tcv oOhiotohisJEtDAVIDSO- NAttorney at Law 1LARTY0RD Ky wIn prnrtl hi proIon In Obtai anit adolaft- IfCClllaU Hpqrtl Muntlun glmi to alt batloo PlitralfArd to his tare S P ROB- Y4TTORJIEY4T L4PJO- ROMVILLE M1IUVI4YW- thlprietIcqbI ptofetOn III all tbrourtaol Appta8IIPldal O M BARN ETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will prAttlt hi prolloli In alt tbcoartaol Ohio and adiatolag counthea tdalattatIoawIll blI1nll to ci buInU nttnt4 to hie eare- ColltttltJo a pc 1u E F NEAL Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will prsctlc hi prfraIoi la all tb tonrta ot- Ktntnck 1Idaltotlon 1n to colUon01- eUlomet or dcrdnta tntroaI caer- ect1tnal practice Ulllre npt4r urine btock J B R WEDDING and tOUhSjOR at uw- HARTPORD KY Will prftttle hli proteulon III all the enrta of Ohio alltlulnl coantits cud the Court of Appeal lrornpt attsntloi given to aU blnes- enUttd to film tka O rr ontrr SIrIt R iL WEDDING Attorney at Law IIARTJORD Ky Will prarllcoo hie prorIonln tbconrtaotOklo and djolatnS eonu AIt Noun lbhlC- LW ilEA lr ERNIMT WOOD AnI- a HEAVRIN WOODWARD 0 QttI tUlIIlrUJI I I anin all the Coorti 1 oth roantt iadCoartof Appcal 4p- laI alt i I c trlyr 4 imInutIInd aol roltro 1051 mineit uourtolakoJlCtUOrl Wi1 BARNES AtQrney at LawQl T1 AtTORNIIY- HaITFOSO dA icr Will practice hr prollm In fl Iii ollna of Ohio aid aJolalult COuolse and In the Coirt of Appeal titrld istlinUflu tlIW given luau bulae tnled to hi no Colketlon a- ttt flfle lii roaflboas r WE Si L g TILAeSoq Notwithstanding the bad roads we have had to contend with for the past sixty days we have more than doubled Ourtradc fort the same two months of last year j Cjl If hie J AND PLENTY OF THEMI Just received a carload of THE PMOUS itENTt1CK AND IDEAL EUCCXSSMade by the best Manufacturers in Owensboro THE KENTUCKY BUGGY COMFANYS These Buggies have stood the wear and tear of some very hard usage in this and adjoining counties last year Ask your neighbor who has one and he will tell you to buy one from us und GEI TaeJ E3ESrz On which we can make you some interesting prcesaIso carload of OerJaEe O rrs Carload of Wire Just Received thich in go at 2 25 per 100 Yours for mOre businessS TBJ TURLEY I CO Ai ERNEST BIIMHEItD Manager J 6 KEOWN Salesman P 81ho OLD STUDEBATCBR WAGON is still on top Como and soo uswlmen you are in need of anything in our line and if you do not say woo have rondo you monoy wo will pay you for your time 0 3v3ry ATTORNEY