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LTOKH r uiIUpttPItQtakfI1pCNg- ucUbudeIu1IdcTftIlcIcIiU1IICi FtlceXo T UIif 1rrflEPjRb- c BLACKDRAUGHT IpA eaI1orcornp1oiion dlllne1 tonguoMeand diseases StOTnCh and bowel troubles severe u they aro RlTO ImtiJodlato warning pnin J lIver and kidney tio blothoughle8jlpalnl at the start are cart TkedkL DJ dtDraBffat Mverlafl to bma fiidlsesMd liTer and WMhne Id ItUn U1ff tothrowol7thogenneotfevernd aue i of and Bright dlsewa of cholera With kidney reo Inbreed b Tbodlotde yklok Dt ennht thouwmd of her iwiMHttia thorn 14ihf nkr M1Iiloctor than Thedforda mack Praught It is always on hand for use an find Bavea many 81pendvewls of a doctor MulllwSC Mirth 10 1701 I hive uicd Thtdfordt fllackDraut for three ytwi and I have riot hid to to doctor Iltavc been Uklflj Tt It II the bcit midlcln fr mt that It kidneytroubles f eompbteU Rev A 0 LEWIS I I iI4J Alf 1J 4 I PRO GnA l lE Fourth Congressional District Educational Association f Friday and Saturday April 17 arid 18 1903 FRIDAY MORHIWO 1030 MusicDevotionatHiKetclM8llev Jl R GriderGreeting Prom Bnllltt County and Lebanon Junction C P Bradbury Sbepbcrdsville RuPOndtJtJlIt3 JI Craw erdIEnrollment oi Henbtra- miDAT AFTSRWXMf 1fY Doers VB TalkersSupt WB Arnold Brandenburg Sotneldeaa of School Leglslatioa T E1 Hatdwty Lebanon liThe Superlntelldeutap Hit Ex aminers Lebanon Junction I Music What Should be Taught jo Common Schools Clyde Vender Maat en WestPolatMusic Primary DevlculIlIrs Mayme Logsdoa cud UIw Katie Sweeta BllMbethtowa tiThe Common SchoolallA B- Rain UiIMbcthtown Reipoualbilitlea ol ManW Harry Amoa Zllnesdale Adj ouram eat VPJDAVVE2flNO83O A special Program lot this Maaloa kJ beta arranged SATURDAY MORNIMO 900 Addreaa HOB H 6 McBIroy teUnon The Phyelwl Side of JdtJoat WF Hlbbs Bardatowji PnbUcOpbi1Oal d lkWieJa W D Ashcrafr Branden bartf Recltatloa MUa Uajr ejfoba EUubtori Addreu SapL McChewney lOA Surfeit Extremist Jt H Reed Buffalo The Education of Twentieth Cc- nuryiLr Wa E Wood Horse Cave 1S11n reAUtpttoVtte a Tax SchoolIbtthtownJWho Is Repnslble for the Paplla Wasted TlmcW F Grlgaby SptingSeld hTbe Puplb Reading Circle General DIacnulon ao Minutes MUcellaneona Builnece Adjournment Lebanon Junction la the most aeI cessible point In the 4th District yon caa come ad gowben you wish Ixbaaor Junction to supeleed by none la hospitality All railroads will charge one Cud onethird far Some ol the Leading Lights of theI Profession will be presentdo not inia what theyhaveteY1Music will be oat et thceaJlRrefi el the oasaslon Drop SB epotklthat vcBUf raagt or your entertAinfteat Address George W Peck Lebanon Junction Very Respectfully G W Peck Chairman W H Strange J H Hostlnson J Tyler Davis jw Bush Mosea B Wuod- Committee on Program Grip Remedies In Qre t De mand When colds and grip are prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are in great demand Mr Joseph D Williams of McDaH Vai says that he was cured ole very deep sad last lag attack of la grippe by using Chamberlains Cough Remedy after trying several other preparations with ao effect For sale by all drngglsU Senators and Tobacco Senator Joe Blftckbsrn of Xeafacky was caught smoking a bit black kilto pIpe In the uate IObbYre la ihlrseaatorlal titftjaityr Aikfe a friend N6j waatorlal comfort yes the replyMost Senators ate given to modera tion in the matter of tobacco and very few caskS taihe Cajijtel et ctpt ia the Cailtt e ro8sSedt- or Frye President pro teas used to bean Inveterate iaioktr aid vis seldom without a cigar Now bow ever he ha limited himself to three r fonrlklgars a day Oat fthesejis always ajoya la UeB iteoklrroeM t4rly the1 ajtwaaba whealt la uaually Senator Perkins who re lieves him in the chair Senator Platt ol Connecticut and Senator Cullum are about the most vigorous smokers in the upper house IndulgesIalghtRe lights np immediately attar dinner and pulls away until his retiring hour at xx oclock Senator Hale never smoked Inthis yfe and Senator Aldrlch ia atver I seen with fl cigar in the CapItol The same cannot be said of Senator Alit son But of nil statesmen Uncle Joe Cannon Is the champion Amok er At almost all hours of the day be 13 seen smoklnu and when be ia pushing a big appropriation bill through tbc house he Invaribly hns an unlighted cigar in his mouth Senator M son Is confirmed smoker and his senatorial friends poke a good deal of fun at the quality of his cig are Speaking of the quality ol tobacco recalls a touching letter of thanks which prominent Senator received from a William ACnne an actor not long ago Mr Crane has many hinds among public men In Wash iBftea who remember with pleeuire his Seaatotdays Not long ago one of there friends sent a boX of cigars to Mr Craqe who is now playing in Western cities This was his acknowledgement m liMy Dear Senator Your cigars received We opened the week to bad business and I resumed smoking toconsole myself Now we are turn lug people away Very trulyW- H Ctatfc a Strange Story New Bedford Mass March 28 After an absence ot forty years Ed win Dow of Newark N J who ac- cUmulated a fortune out West is to remarry his wife Dow sometime after his marriage disappeared leaving word that be would not return until be had made his fortune and could give his family a better home A few years later Mrs Dow secured a divorce and was mar ried to Capt W J Norton Dow made his fortune and on reoI taming ound his wife happily mar ned He made himself known to hisI daughter and pledging her secrecy Ibid her the story She was only to reveal the secret upon Capt Nortons death Capt Norton died two yearsI ago and flow came from the West and meeting his former wife asked her to remarry him She consented and the marriage will take place at once Danger of Colds and Grip TIne greatest danger from colds and grip la their resulting In pneumonia tt Mbtoaablt care Is used however jtakent Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these die eases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that it la a certain preventive of that dangeroust disease U will cure a or an tack of the grip in less time than any other treatment It Is pleasant andtsafe to take For sale by all gists The Greater Interest German legislators continue to tate measures aimed at American InI dustrial supremacy and In their de bates they make no secrets of theirlbread pf American power day this hostility took the form of a bill to1acre the tariff uraa Amerl arelaerl petro uwhlchwuvoted In thfc face of wise counsel to appearedJaHerrnshelm to have the Government denounce theImost favored nation treaties especially with AineilcaIHerr Bernstein pointed out that such action would react to the injury of Germany but nn agraI dan member declared the United States b more Interested in maintaining rade relations than Germany Asa batter of fact the United States buys comparatively little from Germany and we believe can find markets else where for all products that Germany snot compelled to buy from us reoI tardlesa of duties The United States las plenty for its own people and to spare and goes abroad only for luxu jles Fittsburg Gazette Miss Ruth Ilanna is Seriously III Cleveland O March 31Senator Hanna who arrived here Saturday to take part in the municipal celebra- tIon received a number of telegrams from Thomasville Ga today con cerning the serious illness of his daughter Ruth who is suffering there from typhoid fever While Miss Hannas condition is not as yet alarming the Senator is greatly war rlediad may decide to break some oi his engagements and go to Thom S- vlllahoitly S Ramons Tonic Regulator is the most popular all round medicine we j have ever handled It Is a gentle laiitive a healthful tonic and prompt health restorer Handsome rgetln boxascts J H Williams m s Europe s bnyldg Cuban sugar for the first time in twentyfive years This because oi the small crop in the old world Euopes main reliance la on beet sugar but the production last year was unequal to the demand It is an ill wind that blows nobody good and Cuban sugar cane growers are profiting accordingly Troy TitUM A SAVING ERROR How a DIspatcb Wrongly Read Saves Two Soldiers There arc comb people yet living in Henderson who remember well the holy terror In which Gen Steven G Burbridge was held fa this State dur ing a period of the civil war Juno cent blood was shed In Henderson by Ills order The following from Louis ville will be read with Interest Captain E WEasley of Pleasure vllle Ky has In his possession a war relic In the shape of a telegram from President Abraham Llacoln It is valuable not oaly6ecaweof the pe culiar story that centers around It The telegram when written by Presi dent Lincoln was intended to save one life but through a little mistake made by Captain Easlcy in reading it the msssage saved three Captain Eaa Icy who Is now in his 74th year tells the following Interesting story of the incident In the eaIypart df 1865 General Butbridge ordered number of Confederate soldiers executed in retalia tion for the killing of some promi nent Federal sympathizers by Con federates About January 5 1865 four of them were executed at Pleas urevllle in retaliation for the killing ofPreston Sparks and on February 2 the same year I was detailed on duty with my company tt Eminence On the 4 oclock train General Bnrbridge sent down from Lexington three Confederate soldiers William E Walker Monroe Wellman and Hugh Harrod with orders that they be executed in the morning in retaliation for the murder olE B Massle of Spencer countyI sheartsick over the task assigned me and would rather have goaeinto battle against any force than execute those men Orders Were orders though and as a sol dier I had to obey But at 8 oclock ono hour before the time set I receiv ed a telegram signed by Abraham Lincoln It ordered the execution of Walker deferred and that he be Dent back to Lexington until further or dersWhen I saw the contents of the message at first glance I was so over oyed that I thought It referred to all men I cent nil three back to Lexington In this way Wellm n- and Harrod were saved for In a little while the war was over The strangest part of the whole tory Is that I did not learn my ruts for thirty years In looking over my papers one day I found the of execution and the Presidents order was for three men while the Presidents clemency extended to only one SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Curod by ono Bottlo of Chamberlains Cough Romody When I had an attack of the grip ast winter the second one I actually cured myself with one bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy lIars Frank W Perry Editor of the Enterprise Shortsvllle N YlOrhla Is the honest truth I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a teaspoonful 61 this remedy and when the coughing spell would come at night I would take a dose and seemed that in the briefest interval the cough would pass off and I would to sleep perfectly tree from cough and Its accompanying pains To say that the remedy acted 43 a most agreeable surprise Is putting It very mildly I had no idea that it would or could knock out the grip simply because I had never tried Jt for such a purpose but it did and it seemed with the second attack of coughing the remedy caused it to not only be of less duration but the pains were far less severe and I had not used the contents of one bottle before Mr Grip had bid me adieu For sale by all druggists O OnAiiearite1heisdYouHaiAIsBebt BrResults yp of a Lynching Not very long ago a negro named Click Mitchell committed the crime which brings about lynchings He was caught confronted with his vic tim identified and taken to the jail where he made a full confession That night he was taken from the jail and the verdict of the coroners jury was that he had comb to his death at the hands of some persons to the jurors unknown The fact was that he had come to his death at the end of a rope and his body when cut down was found to contain an unu sual amount ol lead Click had heirs and the heirs brought suit against the county in which the coroners jury had sat claiming damages in the Bum of 5000 the highest amount allowed to be recovered In cases of lynchings On the trial o the case the attorneys for the heirs paid no attention to the manner of the death nor at whose bands it had come about There was a statute against lynching in the state and the I statutes made the county responsible The learned judge charged the jury nail the jury charged the county 5 oooA On last Thursday the county treasurer patti to the attorney for the sald3heito the sum of 5000 and then hc paid the costs and the timing 55Qy when the clerk gave blare cclptfor the coats Of course a state not given to iychlngs would never have enacted a statute against lynchings At least It istfalr to presume that lynchings must have occurred prior to the en actment of the statute and that at leA one of a negro occurred Rctmentorthe statute the tenfSooo amply proves It finally to be added that ft runt a state south of Mason and Dixons line It was in the godly state of Ohio and it was Cham paign county that was called upon to pay the 5000 to the heirs of Click Mitchell rapist and taken from the jail and hanged and shot while he was hanging Moral People who live in Ohio oughtnt to throw anti lynching yawpsRx BestAlethods The time Las come when in order to keep up with the procession Ken tucky farmers must pay more atten Lion to the employment of the best methods In ev rjtblnj relating to their business of farming On this point the Kentucky Farm Journal says Farmers in Kentucky rind good ones have been In the habit of selecting seed corn from what they have In their cribs No matter how long they have been raising corn year in and year out the same stock is used and this too when corn Is their best crop They may be labor- Ing under the impression that all they raise goes into hogs and the size of the ears dont count but it does not coincide with other ideas relating to the improvement of crops Pew fat mers would think of planting potat- O 3 grown in their fields nnd many select new seed wheat esch year but for corn any old thing vail do The farmers In this state should take as much pride In this product as those in Illinois and other States where special efforts are made to Improve the crop Any old thing wont do in corn any more than It will in live stock II All who use Atomizers in treating nasal catarrh will get the best result from Iir Cream Balm Price Including spraying tube 75 cts Sold by druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 6 Warren St N Y New Orleans Sept I 1900 Messrs Ely Bros tIsold two bot tics of your Liquid Cream Balm to a customer Wm Iimberton 1415 Delachalse St New Orleans he has used the two bottles giving him won derful and most satisfactory results Geo W McDuB Pharmacist The Grand Old Man of the Norse land A most interesting character study Is offered in the April issue ol The Cosmopolitan in Mrs Louise P Richards personal and intimate estimate oi liThe Grand Old Man of the Norseland Bjornsterne Bjornson The article Is elaborately illustrated with photographs of the cheerful sin ger and charming storyteller taken In and about his home and among his simple brave and sturdy people This great poet of the people and dramatist of democracy has just pass ed his seventieth birthday when all Scandinavia paid him tribute giving him a national demonstration seldom accorded to a man of letters But Bjornson Is more than the pride of Norway he is a Norwegian who be longs to the world Constipation and biliousness cannot be cured in a nlghta week neither can one withstand the debit tating effects of the ordinary liver pills for weeks but the gentle action of Ramons Treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets make one feel grad ually improved as the treatment pro- greasesno bad times but a contlr ued rapid improvement A months treatmentone 25C trial box will make the chronic sufferer rejoice A trial will convince yon let ud supply you J H Williams m at The Dingley bill was enacted to cure the country ol Clevelands Gor manWilson brand of starvation Now the doggone Democrats want the Dingley bill removed to cure the county of Dingley prosperity Will the people do It Where do you stand buddy Moravian Falls NC Yellow Jacket S Capt Calhouns Fee The Attorney General has passed on the claim of Capt Calhoun for the collection of the States claim against the general government and he de cldes that he is entitled to the full amount of the claim 71000 less amount heretofore paid for traveling expenses- f It appears that the original contract limited the lee to f3000 purther1t permitted Capt Calhoun to secure what further compensation he could by legislative action Then the Legislature acted author BANY ELWALEWgTEEs Prove That Old Cases of Chronic Catarrh can be Cured A Medicine That Will Cure Cases of Catarrh or Long Standing Re serves a Very High Place in the Annals of Medical Discovery Such a Medicine is Feruno oreIof chronic catarrh that hftvo ro- ttstod oil treatment for years being promptly and permanently cured by Fernna Those reports do not all como from obsouro places signed by obscuro peo plo A largo proportion of thcso letters aro written by men and women promi non t In business and professional circles and many of them well known from ocean to oeoan Coloncl John Franklin Waters coon plea a prominent position among tho leading trial lawyers of Chicago Ho has probably obtained more verdicts against corporations Insults for personal injuries than any man of his age In the United States and during his practice of orcr fifteen years ho hat not lost a elnglo caso In to Supreme Courts of Illinois and Missouri Ho is a hard worker and has tho energy of four men For a number of years ho had been afflicted with chronlo catarrh and hay Ing recently boon thoroughly cured of hIs old affection on Interview was ob billed with him by one of our reporters In which ho gave tho following state ment to tho pnbllo- jo OraOAOO ILL Aug 0 1900 The Fcruna Medicine Co Columbus Os Qentteatea lt gives me great pleasure to testily to tho merits of such II worlby remedy for catarrh MS your Peruaa I hid tottered tot m number of yean from this very dls egrccMo disease cad had tried many socalled remedies but until I used emirs nonebad the desired effect i feel that last perfectly cured sad can cheerfully recommend Peruna to any CBS safttriaf from catarrh WATERSfAnother case equally wellknown in Chicago la roportod through a letter from a veteran Railroad man fII2IBItUS l I dosed with every bottle Owt package Groves Liver Pith a contract on a percentage basis which makes Capt Calhouns com pensation over The Attorney General has had only the letter of the law to interpret That law set aside the regular law of flee of the State and authorized the Government to make the contract lilt illustrates nothing else Itde Uonstratea the mischievous conse quences ol special legislation of leg Islatlon by means of one taltyI undertakes to eliminate an officer chosen by the people because that ofI fleer holds different political views from those controlling the Legisla tare The State has an Auditor an Attorney General and these officers cooperating with the Governor should surely have been able to collect this money without paying so heavily for the services of Capt Calhoun Louis vllle Post A Russtonovitch Limerlckski A Russian young girl named Nava jokczakasczovltch Who lived in a village ol Goloskjcz Got tired oilier name And to better the same She married man named al phabetovltch Perhaps the most remarkable bridges In the world are the kettle I bridges in Russia and Siberia oi which Cossack soldiers are expert builders They are built up of the soldiers lances and cooking kettles Seven or eight lances are placed under the bundles of a number tles and fastened by means of ropesI to form a raft Each ol these rafts will bear the weight of hall a tone Out of Repair- A small boy while walking with his mother one very warm day and j being nearly overcome with heat raised his hat and feeling the of perspiration on his brow dropsI Mother my head is Little Chronicle Colorado beet growers receive on any average of five dollars per ton their beets and they raise from 12 to as high as 30 tons to the acre This means 60 to 150 per acre for one seasons crop Pueblo Colo Opin ion j Some of the FreeTrade journals like the Philadelphia Ledger tract Rc Captain John n Lyons of Chicago fI S U SS passenger tegoat for rail I road com I panies for tho put twenty four years 3t oonnootod cwUh tho C Postoffioo Department for six years the Police Dopaitmoat- JHLTOT for lib yesr sppuI J and at proa out connected with tho Grand Trunk rUlroad tad at similar oas Hot II bcrofQAflCainpNo102Captain with much claim la treellUoratur GrovesTastckssd Tonic PLflhiotbottlesDOcsa of seoksljlvltcbI Zhskzylcs- zaudllwholelotmoreofthe n lJo lJelrnJ I sor71utnl1 Jw77rlPai I TMfEp tlaM4tMdun oeb to its ot tboo1i bulni Ti cow ont new nwrMt corner and Vent the mat sad la B Stadrmt at toy VUltore tlntjt welcome J assert Republican leaders are worried over placing of Gor man again In the as a Democratic leader It Is doubtful if they are losing sleep over the matter Gorman is a politician but be has been unhorsed time as he be In 1904Camden N J PostTelegram I Not Proportioned III should to professor what you thought of my twocolumn article on and Matter in the Evening Beacon III thought contained very little mind for much matter Mr Feath erlvtoKansas City jour- nalConsfipation And symptoms and Results of Indigestion l MioInUtf lIMnId tr tlOIIM at DRCARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Messy refea4ed roil ere not rttt4w- KlI reluitit baa curlS timauleedi- otyoUPhT Mr Bnadett vrcunInn- tMomz51d m tBt K Wi IUSUtt lot 7511- 1coDinpatucnMs Oftloajd VflTIP I to Irt ta U- lUct f it OC ir 5USS tiJ jiIII- Oft en wa I3ZIYjIO to q Uvd malITHQ AMERICAN PIIARMACALco BrwurlBolod IALFRED HUDSON BUILDER KOMRBGTORH- nrilord 111ihntdlnt anT dOilY by or trott UotbUwUrnatwibtforo yoo gtw COilI j i r votorun and a prominent mem 1013 Prairie Avo Chicago HI writes For twonty years I Buffered chronio catarrh but thanks to PerunaXsam now entirety cured It mo pleasure to ranked a statement in bohalf of your meritorious romody Poruna I htvo used same for catarrh and havo found it te ooll1lrou It I had suffered for twenty years I cheerfully rorisuncnd rcrana to anyone suflsring from catarrh aj X1 bell To that as ray vo It will provo a sure cur Captain John IX Lyotu Address The Pernnc Arcdlcino Co of L L I Is Tea liarRoot king 71000 which a said soldier affords i And far 8 OM tpectalkt bli OradaatM CT prrfcrnxl b haul are In home Second street arranged tehoot billdlng In thi Sooth IndlrtUnal lutrnetlon School ston- an tbiyar can Ur tlmr E VFRIOHT Vreet ord that the saddle shrewd and again will Well like know Mind It so I all tf Eo S rf FrD Ut is U repairing dna contract for t a ROJYFAOTEL1 T oUISENBERRYProp t Best 100 IIotetan the CityJ Your Patroliago Solicited U71 rrtin St Oe4boroy u SHORTHAND acrniplsnanSQt woman I Loom it Hora- Wa teach Ml buslnw branch tt Correct method Lnrga patromire Enter any time GOOD BOARD FOIt tI75- wunir A QIaOItlio LuokIsafS Business CdilcacvusvIUema4 r TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY lake Laxative flromo Qnlalna TobloU Alt drararUU rctnna the tuony U It full to cure E W OraTe algeottire lu on each box 5- cATTENTION1 Wh u Owentbbro call on Wan Cushion dealer1 In pore itrelglit Vhltics AppM and reach Ilmndlos Agent Frank Tebr nrewlBR Co rngorderiIU reoclr prompt attootiou Tb bolt 1200 WblItellD the Stat r Wm CUSHION Owensboro ROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IXCORTOBATID Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines find be in talking distance with the whole coun i ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they wUl be At the whole expense U Jay so We connect with all In dependentCotnpnnles Por particu lars enl on TIStevens Manager illnrtfofd Ky p 1 s 1 r 4 k S Hartford Republican Jud bT the l1artoll lubUbIDgCODlIIlJl- JcoBrORl111 JOHN hENRY TUOHASEdllor ttZt2ilp ON2C- C=brlan43GRo-UCh RSvJ33FRIDAY APRIL 3 Jtiifte 01 AIrrUahrf- raDIDt a4erttomeflta 40e peI Inch fret lrtloD oc per inch each addltloDallDeertioD b Special ratce on 7eftrlV contrnctl Local noUcee toe per fine lint Innrtlon Gc per line each addltlonallnerUOD Card 01 thanks eoIutIona RnI oblluarlee10- CDte II line Cah In IIdrILDC ANNOVNCEnEXri For alate Hellator- w are aatborIzed to annoUnce liON A S- IIESSETT as II candidate for Stllte ILenntor- f m the Seeuth Snntorlftl fltetrlrt ubJect to the acUuu 01 the nepubhean party we art authorized announce SL STE VES- a a candidate for State Senator troiii the H- euth Senatorial IMtrtct ubJect to the action ol the IteputIlcan party- Wearonnthorlzed to IIDnounCOl D UAKF1- ltILOAI3S al II candidate for State Senator from the Seventh Senatorial dtrlct eut3ei4 to the IIctlon of the IlepubUcan party For ClreuItCourCluk We lire authorized to announce F b SANDE FUR ne a elndldate for Clerk Otto CIrcuit Coort- eubjeet to the action of the ItepubUcan party Weare authorized to announce E O nA1I- JlAfS 11811 candidate for Clerk Ohio ClrcultCou- rlublct to the action of the nepDbllcaD patty lor lteprCllelltaUye We art nuthoriztl to announce DR A fl- PARKaI a eDndldnt for n1Dtatire from Ohio county ubJect to the nctlon of the 1IpuJl- lcaD party TuG LouiviI1e Herald carries an index onils first page that is very helpful to the busy reader DEAR reader remember that In Turley COB voting contct for the ugliest man your editor is a candi date HENDRICK sayehedoea not want an office if ho has to steal it from a Republican What could Beckliam say Ir men were ns anxious to attain goodness as they are to achieve great fleas their very goodness would make them great TOE historian of five hundred yeara hence will refer to the murders and lynchings of the 20th century as the work of semi savages TOE greatest wealth that man can lose is courage This once lost ho IOllows the line of least resistance which leads to the almshouse A SotrrnAItoLINA1AN shot at a preacher in the pulpit and tho preach er returned the fire That preacher had the courage to reprove sin in all its forms TUEIIU were 250 murders in South Carolina last year A character of civilization to be expected in a State that sends Ben Tillman to the United States Senate ALL the world is a court and every man is on trial Against the few false witness is borne and they are punished unjustly but the many get their just deserts It the Big Chiefs of the Republic an party in Kentucky wilt conclude an armistice until after the elec tion and turn their guns on the com mon enemy the next Governor of Kentucky will be a Republican TIlE con teet which clusea tomorrow for the Republican nominations for Representative and Circuit Court Clerk has been conducted in a man ncr which does credit to each of the contestants and inures the umtni lnOUlt8Upport of the party at the November election for the nominees A YOUNG New Yorker who had dissipated 820000 in two years went hence bytho laudanum route He left a note saying People are foolish to work and struggle when death can be purchased so easily and brought about so painlessly The young gentleman is doubtless having a warm time now TOE Hartford Heralds insinuating question of What does the City Council do with the 2000a year sa loon tufmay lead its readers who do not know the members of that body to believe they are plundering the city treasury but it fools nobody here Our town trustees are gentlemen of unquestioned integrity however lacking they may be in spirit of public enterprise THAT 8100000 appropriated to buy perjured testimony to hang Taylor and damn the Republican party IS about exhausted and nobody has yet been hung Not daring to make an other appropriation the Beckham gang hit turned to the economical expedient of ofrering freedom to life convicts to furnish the desired testimony and Youtsey wilt go on the stand next week- ANOTLIER judicial farce in Judge Cantrills court is billed for Frank lort next Tuesday when Jim How ards third trial on a charge of murdering Senator Ooebel will begin The infamous Tom Campbell wilt conduct the prosecution and Henry Youtsey who is perhaps the real murderer of Goebel will be brought out of the penitentiary under prom J80 of freedom to swear away thoI Ucs of Jim Howard and Caleb Powers pHERE is a motion to organize a Farmers Institute in Ohio county Every other cla88 of men hold meet- Ings at stated intervals for an interchange of Ideas about their business and why not the fRrmers of Ohio county Many Other counties have perfected organizations of this character with great profit to themselves and why not ours If n half dznp- rogrcaaivp farmers will authorize in person by letter fir telephone the editor of this paper to sign their names to a call for a farmers conven tion wo will publish it without charge and a meeting can be held yet before the crop season advances very far Throogh the luflnenceof lion D II smltb we have received liD tnvitaUon to be prt8tnt at the celbratioDol the ODeIluadredtbAuD- ITertarr of the aequiition of the loalellluB- TerritorTI1l1rtford herald We regret that the managers of the St Louis Worlds Sair had such a grievance against the Herald that it required the influence of CongressmanL Smith to get its editor to be prcsnt at the dedicatory serv ices at St Louis April 30 and May 1 and 2 1903 The editor of TnE RErUDLICLi received an invitation without the intervention of the special influence of a Congressman as doubtless did all other newspapers oiI the country with the exception the Herald TOE Republicans of the Sixth Ju dicial District shouldat once set about the selection of an able wise and conservative lawyer for the office of Circuit Judge The nomination by the Democrats of Mr Birkhead- a gentleman pleasant enough as such but wholly wanting in legal aMity to discharge the dutIes of the high office of Circuit Judge into whose hands the security of the lives and property of the citizens of the district must be entrusted presents a problem too eo- nous to be passed over lightly Un Ieee we misjudge the patriotism and good judgment of the Democrats ol the district 1 large number of them are willing to recognize the danger ous mistake their party has made in nominating Mr Birkhead and from patriotic motives will support any capable man the Republicans may nominate The only hope for the election of a Circuit Judge fitted for the position depends now upon the action of the Republicans and their course must be guided by an unsclri- Bb regard for the people of the dis trict NARROWS Mr Pltzhugh Renfrow Is making quite an Improvement on his dwell- Ing house Mr Jiio Johnson has just completed his new resldenee- lIIr A R Denrow will move Into our town In a few day We shall be glad to welcome Mr Renfrow Into midstMr George Wade has moved Into the house vacated by Mr Tom liar rlson Mr Roy Coppage has lately moved Into our town Mr David Maxwell of Glendeane was In town Friday Misses Effie Wimsatt awl Noun Renfrow of Dundee visited relatives herti this week Miss Allie Davidson was the guest of Miss Elsie Thompson Sunday =Miss EWe Bean went to Louisville Monday to select her new sprIng hatsMr A R Renfrow and wife went to Louisville Monday Miss Verna Renfrow went to Olaton Vrlday Mr W C Sutherland of Paducah Ky was here this week taking up railroad timber Mr n C Powers shipped two car loads of lumber this week Dr J H Maxwell who has been attendeng a Medical College at Loulsvl11ewl11 return home this week to resume his practice We will be pleased to have him with us again Mrs Ona White has been on the sick list for some time In the solemn hush of night when old mother earth was wrapt In peace ful slumbers and all nature seemed at rest the angel of death spread its wings over thejhome of Mrs Amanda Park and awaited only the moment when his sword should fall Two oclockl the chimes had played the hour when In the garb of gentle sleep death came and claimed the soul of Mr Wm Park He was a member of the Methodist church was a de voted christian and a kind husband and hither No Race Suicide Here Is a case that may relieve the PresIdent of any fears of race suicide Mr L Deter ofNo4o Orchard street has raised sixteen children eIght boys and eight girls the youngest of which Is five years old and the oldest twenty four of whom only one has died and the remainder are now In good health and most of them self supporting Mr Betars wife Is for tyslx years old and a welt preserved motherly woman wellfitted for the raising of such a large family Both f Mr Betar and his wife are Germans and came to Owenaboro from Tell City a few years ago Since coming here they have kept their children th school as long as they were of school age and they taught each of the boys a trade Mr Betar Is a gardener and a hard working one at that and Is now milking plAns to buy a homeIn quirer- a INQUIRERS VOTlNG i of Contest for Most Popular Girls and Where the Rubber Tired Buggies Went The TwlceaWeek Oweusboro Inquirer announcedthe fir8t of the year it would give an So rubbertlred buggy to the most opular yonug lady In each of the four counties of Diviess Ohio HAncock and MeItan to be determined by a voting cotitest in whkh each subscriber to that paper would be entitled to we votes Admirers of the beauties In each of the counties presented candidates and the voting was spirited until the con teat closed at noon Monday The reo suit of the contest as announced In The Inqulrtr of Monday evening and the InnersarOUla COUNTY Miss Jessie Reynolds Fordljvllle C 20874 Miss Lelia Hunter Smallhous second wIth 475S- UWIESS COUNT V Miss Maude Dawson Masonville 46727Iwith 39817 MLJAN COUNTY Miss Myrtle Coleman Congleton 21649 Miss Gertrude Stroud Sacramento second with 15020 1JAiCOCK COUNTY Miss Agnes Gordon 113a3 Miss Mamie Glllians 5072 LSULPH SPRINGS Miss Versa Boswell was the guest of her aunt Mrs Susana Moseley last week Mr and Mrs Arthur Wilson who have been visiting 4rJrs Wilsons mother for the past week returned home Sunday Miss Llda Bean Ivisited relatives at Dundee Saturday and Sunday Prof J W Petty Is here this week Mrs Fannie Dernell Pordsville Is visiting her brother MrCharlie Hull this week Miss Emma Hull vIsited friends and relatives here last week Mrs W P Allen who was report ed very sick lu our last letter has we are glad tosayrecoveredand gone to her home near Select Prof J E Mitchell passed through here Sunday en route to Dundee Mr W S Deans Dundee was here last week Master Douglas Tabor Is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs Warren Hines at Owensboro Mr and Mrs N G Doswell visited Mrs Joswells parents Mr and Mrs Tom Sanders last week Mr Noah White Frledaland was here Sunday SMALLUOUS Quite n number of our young pea pIe attended church at Ceralvo Satur day night and Sunday Mr P B Taylor went to Evans yule Sunday on the steamer Crescent City Mrs Jas Trunnel and little daugh ter Utica Ky will visit her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter and other relatives thIs week Messrs Chester Ross and Luther AddIngton have enlisted In Uncle Sams service They left last Satur day Rev G H Lawrence attended the S S Convention at Waltons Creek church Saturday and Sunday The farmers of our vicinity are reo jolclng over the exit of the back water which has been up so long and are very busy repairing fences and sow oatsMr C 11111 went to Central City TuesdayMr Bullock went to Green yule Monday Mr Jesse C Hill has rented Mr Prank Downs farm near South Car roilton and will move to same In the near future We regret very much to see them go Messrs Jo C Overhuls and C O Hunter are expected home Saturday They will return to Hartford Sunday orMondayMr Sclilreter the photogra pher will be at Smallhous April 4 5 null 6 L a4 REYNOLDS Mrs Alice Harrison Philpot visit ed her mother Mrs Black here Slit urday and Sunday Miss Myrtle Lawson of Fordsvl11eI Is the guest of Miss Rosie Reynolds thill week Miss Selma Barrett entertained soy esal of her friends Saturday night Mrs Mollie Lyons was called toI the bedside of her father Mr Loyd who Is very sick Mlsn Eliza Griffin oDeanfieid vis- Ited Mrs Alvin Keatou Ii few days last week Miss Fannie Keaton of FordJvllleI was In town Friday and Mrs Ella Barnett entertained a number of the young peopleMonday- night Mr EsUl Board Phllpot visited rlends here Saturday and Sunday Miss Bettle Owen and brother were guests of Miss Mabel Chambliss- Fordsvllle Saturday night and Sun day Mr Coda Gaines of Pordsville was here Saturday night Reached an Agreement Loulsvllle March 31The agreet mont of the miners and a L which w sreached Monday altcrnoou was based On an Increase r to percent for all classes of mine p rators Th agreement goes Into effect to morrow and will contlnbe In force Ipr one year Doth sides seem to be pleased with the settlement R FORDSVILLE Misses Jessie Reynolds and Nancy Smith have returned from a few days stay In Louisville Mrs W W Camp anti Miss Amble Camp of Habit went to Avoca Tues day to visit relatives for a few days Miss Alma Ford who Is attending school at Owensboro spent a few days last week with her parents Mr and Mrs T S Ford MIss tmmR Lou Moorman who has been visiting here for some time has returned to her home at Glen deaneMr Charlie Reynolds went to Ow ensboro Monday Miss Alma Mottlngly of Glen deane was the guest of Miss Nancy Smith from Saturday until Monday Mrand Mrs Clarence Snittli and others formed a theaterpariyjto Qs- enabono Wednesday to see the comic opera King Dodo Dr H W Ford and daughter1 Miss Nancy of Hartford were the guests of relatives here Monday and Tues dayMr and Mrs I C Adair went to Uawesvllle Tuesday for a day or two Miss Olla Gaines han returned from an extended visit to relatives In LouisvilleMr Lloyd who wes stricken with paralysis several days ago Is much Improved Mr and Mrs J J Tlllord and little son Paul and Miss Evelyn Ford went to Louisville last Wednesday returning Thursday night Mrs Annie Graham and son DouglasofNarrows are the guests of Mrs Mack Smith Mrs Jennie Quisenberry has reo turned from Louisville with her mil- lInery goods and Is already being rushed with the sllle of her goods Mr S K Allen has purchased the printing office Irons Rev Ratcllfl and has opened a sewing machine office Mrs A B McMarty returned Mon day nIght from a visit to relatives In Oweusboro I Mrs Bettle Johnson has moved In to her home recently purchased of Mrs John Walker The hotel Is being repapered and repaired generally Messrs Ilarrass and Sandefur candidates were In town Saturday Mr and Mrs Mack Smith nave moved to the Johnson property which Mr Smith recently bought FORT NIAGARA N Y Unlike our friend In Colorado i see stars differently up here Now the North Star Polaris Is some five degrees higher than a sober man In Kentucky will see It Down In Manilla BayPaloris stands fifteen degrees above the horizon while the Great Bear goes out of sIght once In every twentyour hours Then too the Southern Cross stands tiptoe on the horizon slightly out of drawing but looking softly towards the North Star as In hopes ofa unIon of the North and South Again at San Juan Hill when that spent Mans er bullet hit my funny bone I saw a new constellation but I did not get the name Spring Is here and our base balllsts are out In force trying through toll to reach the stars The beautiful Ice bridge at Niagara Falls has floated away but still the river III full of Ice rom Lake Erie The Ice lewela have dropped from the trees o Prospect Point and they stand moist und dripping rthn the mists of the Falls J C Died of Heart Trouble Mr William C Tanner died Mon day at his home near Thruston of heart disease He had been In feeble health for some time and his death wa not unexpected He as seventy nine years old and was well known all over Davless McLean and Ohio counties He was for many years keeper of Elm wood cemetery and had many friends In the city He Is sur vived by his wife and many relatives The funeral took place at the Yellow creek Baptist church at J I oicloc- kTnesdayInqulrer Y M C A Notes Hartford Association heM the usual meetings last Sunday Th boy meeting I1t 13o and the mens meet- Ing at 230 p m These meetings lire open to the publIc The boys department Is growIng rapidly and new names are being added every week The boys Bible class meets on Saturday mornings at 930 oclock The regular monthly business meet- Ing of the local Executive Committee will be held In the Assocltlon rooms next Monday afternoon The reading room Is full of good things Come In and rta1 with us The Beaver Dam Association will meet In the M E Church South next Friday utght at 8 oclock All men are Invited Have you ever read any of Sweden borgs Works II not will you send me your addrfls enclosing a stamp ur two and I will mall you one of hIs books FREE State whether you want It In English or In German Adolph Roeder 8o Cleveland Street Orange N J- s YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK lUG Wheu you take flroyee Totele Chill Toniul all the formula Ie plainly lirlntttl on ever 1ot- ie IbnwlDIf that It II aituply Iron and luinine In tuetcl4 form So Core So Pity llc I 4 FRUITLESS SEARCH For lien Rogersthe Negro Muw derer In Render Minesa Given Upg nAtt- On Wednesday of last week that Benin Rogers who murtIered Al Chi n the d engineer for the coal company at that tb place ten days before had been seen fohidingmine and l searching party was atte once organizedsA strong guard was at once placed at the shaft anti froth ten to twenty armed men kept up the search for Rogers until Sunday morning when they despaired of finding him and It was then dccietI to flood the mIne with smoke to drive him from his It hidIng place Twentyfour hours no If tlce of the smokIng process had been posted about the mine tor the protec thin of the Innocent and Sunday mornIng the alrshalt were capped Sand volumes ofsulphur and ct1yenne pepper futpes were fanned through themine for four bourn after which no life could exist tn the mine until the poisonous fumes were driven out and replaced with pure airpIn the meantime however a clew be to Rogers escape was developed that strongly discredits the theory of his being In hiding In the mine Sunday morning after the klllingon Saturday night a farmer living near Cromwell went to his barn to teed his stock and found Rogerslu his hay In loft The farmer knew Rogers very well the negro having been raIsed In that community and asked him why In he had slept In the barn Rogers told the farmer a story of coming out to wake a trade with a white man and arriving there late and no negroes living In the community he hndde- cided to sleep In the barn The farmer had not heard of the killing and accepted the negros story without further Inquiry toter In the day Sunday another farmer living near Green river saw at a distance seine one hall a down river packet and gohon board andhe now believes It Rogeistlight until a few days ago but ii fol lowed up would no doubt result In the capture of the fugitivebBEDA Farmers are very busy plowing Mr Warren Ward No Creek has moved to Mr E Crabtrees farm near y hereMr E G Barrass Taylor Mines was the guest ofMr Stephen R Ben nett Tuesday nIght Mr John Gorman znqved to his farm receently purchosed from a Mr Stevens near Beaver Dam last Tuesday Little MissMabel Ashbywho Is at tending school at this place visited her parents near Hartford Saturday and Sunday Mr Robert Rowan and Miss Antha Bennett lleflin were married lit the residence of Rev W H Cook Thursday evening Mr Azro Roan and eon went to helm Sunday Mr Reuben LeIsure went to Hart ford last Thursday Mr W C Ashley Is ou the road again with his stage Rev R D Bennett Hartford at tended services at the M It Church Sunday Mr Plummer Bennett Hartford passed through our town Monday Miss Blanche Greer spent Tuesday with Miss Ethyl Bennett School at this place Is progressing nIcely Mr Kncx Westerfitld and family Adahburg have moved to this neigh borhood Do Fire at Livermore A fire at Ltvllrmore Tuesday after noon destroyed two houses and serio ously damaged another one A two story tenement house belonging toJ R Moseley was totally destroyed and two families occupying the house lost all their household goods An unoccupied store house ownedlby Mrs Overhouse was burned to the ground and Mrs Overhouses realt dence which stood near the business house was scorched and badly damaaged e Separation aMensa et ThorooA Virginian husband has devised a novel way of settling a matrimonial infelicity HIs relations with thetpartner whom he took for better or h fur worse reached that acute stage T where husband and wife can no Ion ger live under the slme roof When he married her he believed he loved her and no doubt she felt In like wnnner toward him She may feel so yet for women have very different ways of showing their affection It Is Indeed quite as possible for a scolding wife to love a husband as It Is for a drunken husband to love his wife The Virginians wife had a habit of assailing him bitterly every time he entered the house It seemed In deed us if all her spare time were given to thinking out charges to hurl 4everyIn sleep Some men might have put up with the dally onnightly fusillade m FoRage taste and iXPpetite Others might hlve called on the courts forrclle other again used the- orsewbip Qn the nagging wIfe hile n ia few would have gone way rom the scene of cfiiagreemeni- ithout telllng where they pnrp6rel- oing Tbs gallant Vlrglulan did one of these things 1e erected ant in the front yard and moving to It the furnishings required wells there In peace undisturbed b wlbal assaults of his pugnacious parter Ills chivalric VIrginia blood rbade him to quit lie could not a deserter lIe just changed quar rs stepping out to serve as a sort of- entinel at the approaches to the house wherein he tailed totind hap plness Equipped with everythiug ceded hIs tent laa pleasant and tie Jlchtlul habitation lie Is ina posr- tllln besides to command his wlCes- sulmlsslolJ LI she comes to the tent must be on terms agreeable to him he goes back to the houselt muatbe alter she has pledged herself to keep tbe peace The neighboring women ale enjoyIng their sisters dilemma ite has a husband and yet Is hits bandless To reacquire him she must unconditionallY surrender that dear wifely privilege of glvlrlg hith a piece of het mind That VirginIa husband ic In truth a sage and a philosopher Ills example may well followed by othet husbands with nagging wives Tents In the front yard may become fashionable In many placesEx Burk Found Guilty Mike Butte was convicted Monday the Hancock Circuit Cotirtof the murder of old man Mcarver severl years ago and sentenced to two years the penitentiary Burl Is well knon In the northern part of this county having sawmllled through that section several years ago Argon Oil A great medical discovery Cures Rheumatlsln and Kidney Trouble For sale by all druggists PubUc Sale On Tuesday April 7 i93 at Cen tertown Ky I will offer for tale the ollowing Five head of good farm orses eight buggIes four mowers ne combined road and hay wagon wo rakes four road wagons one dIsc harrow a lot of plows and gearing and other farming utensils Terms f sale All sums under 5 cash In and Sums over 5 six months time with good note and approved secnrlty F M AruNC- entertowis Ky Tired Out Ie I was very poorly and CQuI- dlIardly get about the house I was tired out all the time Turn I tried Ayers Sarsaparilla and It only took two bottles to mate me feel perfectly well Mrs N S Swln nay Princeton Mo Tired when you go to bed tired when you get UI timeIiypure thats the reason You are living on the border line of nerve ex AyersSarsaparihla IMoIIItquAsk your dtor whit ho thick of JrHe know abnttbte grind clii rmllJ medicine Follow hlledoe and- we viii w citiafled J C ATill Co Lowell Mass Thirty Days Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me heartUnlesseasily become a diseased heart A little extra onhisf sudden death Dr Mile Heart Cure will one the hearts action enrich the blood Md Improve the circulatIon Itavelwaysxperienced wIth heart I had the usual symptoms of sleepledncu lost appetite con ihortnesfdft left arm My mother suUered In the same way and I suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was In agony I so seerely and became so weak thirtyayenervousnesshe oftheLtverIllsymj toms disappeared under the Influence InbellerforltIrecommendluithemWaxahaehle Tex bottieAddressDr Cumberland TELEPHONEAND t rolegrapli Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with- y business I have the Cumber Telephone In my residence and ace of business My business has creased and my wifes voice lSnev heard to grumble about the Tote one Yours for good service and ntlemanly competition B p NOYh1 Manr y A- 4r Ulllousncsa fA4ttlakcs 0 allds f When the Uvec is torpid sod fAlIa to do ill Work the bile easer the libel ii a trulellt potion n- eomce constipation bIlIousness lick headaChe fnere I and malaria The only treatment that cttII the tITer jUt Jrthe ngh teueh sat smart Natures Work In the right I manners d DMONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIG PELLETS fij 1bo pm touchoe tho t and tbcIpe1Joll 1oG00 be f system PdoaealotfldaleoeCODIIandUD f1- 2ee your CaM is eedcgl you win be IIU before you Snub thorn tuplo free Fur IA1e at 1atl desiers j j I For sale byJ H Williams Druggist Hartford KyIl i4 I New 1 SpriI3g Goods 41 41 I h We hIo just returned from ike Eastern markets where we purchased a tbrannewuptodatespring E and Summer Stock of Dry Goods Glothuiig I 1 And many other things too tnumerous to mention E u 1 We Want Your Trade J- f 9It wont cost you anything to look bit 4 through our stock These new goods have 41 41 41 arrived and arc now open and ready for 1 41 your inspection Call and see what we ei have and we guarantee that we can please tit C 41 you Give us one trIa 41for business tit J t SAM BACH Hartford Ky1 w I I BARNEs buyers have just returned from the IiOur and we are placing on sale the elaborate line of General Merchandise t ever shown Before this ad roaches forti are invited and expected to visit our store Jand see our magnificent array of everything I 4chandseofESTERIOur limo of Easter Millinery is now opon nml 4 ready for distribution Eer thing now and styles different and prettier than ovor befOre If you will- favor us with a l okin this dopartmont wo are sure riestdistributorscourse you JIaVO u much largor variety to select from hero BARNES is the place to buy your HAlS I NEIL SKIRT I IAnd a now Wttist juo ns necessary us tito now Hat and wo uro weU prepared to meet aU your wants ill this line We handlo an elegant hue of Tailormade Skirts und your eyes ziovor behold such a IinoofVnistings Suitings and Skirtings as wo are displaying and soiling If you fail to see this lino you win miss tim opportunity of lifo Miss Fannie Barnes will bo assisted in this dopartmont by Mrs Josio Plumpior Austin who is a Practical dress maker and who is ready at all times to give informu- titm concerning the latest styles to nil inquirers MEN 2ND BOYS All ages and sizes ot tim malo sox Our lines of Olothin Hats Shoes Uridoryoar Neckwoar and cvorytliing you wear are ready for your inspcotioll opportunityto 1 see It willcost you nothing to look and if wo can not please you you dont have to buy F1RMERS We han lo u comploto hue of Horso and Mule SaddlesFQrks 1cropRemember the Place E P Barnes BroJ BeaverDam fli+++++++++++++++ + +++++ ++++ ++ t++ j lQ U cJ 1OW nsQoro KyStain Htreet between Triplet lad Dollnr ntntteiition given to stock headquarter for Ohloeouat7 reopl I JAMES REYNOLDS Proprietor rI 5 1 J I 0 r JL I T f i47 t r rytl +++r+++++++ +t4+asa +++++H I tProsperity Values f I At Poverty Prices Characterize our great big overflowing stock this season- S i mo houses arc content whon they satisfy their cue 6 r i lomorsbut Vo fool satisfied only when wo save thorn Iimbnoy 4 SHOESP ir Moos rifest liiglicut ovoryday Shoes 125 Mmes rsM Fine Shoes 125 Ladies Fino Shoes 1ato1ltLoathor1iPsr flexible solos 125 Ladies Fino Shoes extension soles 150 Ladies twostrap Kid iSlipp rs good quality 150 Ladies Kid Oxfords i Patent Tip 125 PROSPERITY VALUES IN SHIRTS ff Wo are showing the most complete line of Mens Per enl and Madras Shirts over brought to Ohio county To look at them you would imagine tho price at least 1 But its not Tho low poverty price within reach of all on a big assortment is only 50c PROSPERITY VALUES IN WASH GOODS Everybody predicted whito goods season and we are showing the line Nainsook Checks as low as 5c India Linens 5e 8c lOc and 20c Paris Muslins 72 inches wide 75c Whito Organdy 36 inplies wido 25c White Mercerized 20c to 50c Mercerized Mersileen 35c White Mercerized Madras 50c PROSPERITY VALUES IN LADIES WEAR 1ho latest creation in Belts 25c to 50c Now Pointt do Esprit Ties 1 Latest in Shirt Waist Sets 25c I Pretty lino of Belt Pins 25c Choice selection of Turn overs lOc to 50c Newest fads in Veilings 25c to 50c I Latest styles in Combs and Hair Ornaments lOc to 25c Cluny Lice newest Waist Trimmings iSo to 50c PROSPERITY VALUES IN MILLINERY Wo extend to all a cordial invitation to visit our MILLINERY OPENING Saturday It will be a great occasion of profit and pleasure to the ladies Wo will I show you the latest styles in Ladies and Childrens Hoadwear at prices will make you wonder how r wo do it Dont miss this big opening TRADE AT THE BARGAIN CENTER 4++++++++++++++++++4++++f++++++++++++++++++ +++++++ 1 ro Real Estate An 80ncro firm near I Ilnrlfonl Good improve ments n good orchard A R bargain A 70 aero farm near Hartford No im provements Very cheap Remember f I win soil your farm All r sivomean dcscriptionyour prico and balf ance and will only charge v you a small commission Dont Delays But list your land with me wantIa far- mSJ 4 A Anderson Dealer in ealEstateH- ARTFORD r K- YoaTOElXAJ Besstlw1t fltYorNaraMwa JS Sartlt BlpUu of Gtkldl I BUY t rom DLD Sanderfur Y Beaver Dam Ky DEALER IN Groceries and HardwareHar vesting Machines Farming Implements Commercial Fertilizers Field and Ga den Seeds Etc r I C isTORx A fdrnktfitgaat4re T- it i r Hartford Republican IFRIDAY APRIl 3 City Restaurant Potato Onions at Carson Bran Read Davless Co Bk lit Tr Co ad Hot and cold luuchea at City Restaurant CityBakery I Best toilet soap In Hartford at Carson Bro sCity Restaurant for everything nice and good to cat- Embroidery Floss for Mount Mel lick work at Fair CoIMillinery opening Saturday at Pair Cos You are Invited I McCalls Patterns at Fair Gos 10 and 15 cts None higher Mr Asa Davidson is sick at the home of his son on Clay street I Be sure to attend out Opening Sat urday April 4th CARSON Co Remember that Saturday April 4 Is our Opening day CARSON fit Co Mr S A Anderson is having some improvements made on his residence New Turnovers Belts Pan Chains Belt Pins Shirt Waist Sets at Fair Cos Come to Carson Co for Carpets and Mattings Have just received 50 bolts The celebrated Ames buggy will be handled here this season by Taylor Lewis If you want the beat Buggy made at living prices buy the Arne from Taylor lewis Mr William Ralph a tatter living near Jlngolott his house and contents by fire Wednesday We want Hams Bacon Lard Chickens Eggs Feathers and putter CA ott icCo Arbla Petty will cletn add press your suits iaaa ap4O data manner Satisfaction guars todk People buy their Qw rill from Carson Bros because they get the best goods for the least money A Bad Breatn A bad breath means a bad stomach a bad digestion a bad liver Ayers are liver They cure con ristipatlon biliousness Uysj pepsia headache ISc All druggistsi Want Tour momuehe or beard a buntUnl I brown or black T1Ien ae- BUCKINGHAMS1 1 DYE lvaer I Duw H e f t MA A Cti NwN N- HIll UIS3 JESSIK REYNOLDS 01 Fordsvllle who won the rubber tired buggy In the Owensboro Inquir er voting contest for the most popular young lady in Ohio county Try our Pickles ChowCow Rel ishes Olives Horse Radish c CITY RESTAORANT MnALHndson was called toPorda vllle Monday to see her mother Mrs W R Jones who was seriously ill Dont miss Itour cheap Embrold ery cECONOMYFair Cos Embroideries are the prettiest in town Big assortments Wide patterns at only roc per yard Wanted Everybody to come to onrI Millinery Opening Saturday April 4 MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH a Mrs John B Pterisimproving rapidly Miss Crouse the trained nurse from Owensboro Is still with her Taylor Lewis have just received a large consignment of the famous Ames Buggies Come in and see them A negro roustabout on the steamer unIafternoonIMore Ames buggies are sold In Ohio county each season than all oth er makes combined Sold by Taylor Lewis If yon hive a soiled suit or overcoat take it to Arblne Petty he will make It new again Office over Ohio County Bank Go to Rileys Meat Shop for Meal Flour Potatoes Lime Fresh and Bulk Meats Lard Country Hams Sides and Shoulders Rev Morefield of Caneyvllle will fill Rev J D Harneds appointment at the Presbyterian Church Sunday at ii a m and at night Messrs Z Wayne Griffin Bro have just put in a new 1000 sodat fountain in their drug store Its a beauty Drop in and see it WantedEverybody to visit our cheap Calico and Gingham counter Saturday April 4 MRS SARA COLLINS SMITH Four and 6c are our prices on Calico and Gingham for Saturday April 4 These prices are good for this day only CARSON Co When you come to Turleys open ing Monday and Tuesday remember the City Bakery has everything good to eat Opposite Chlnna saloon IOh you should see our line of If you do not say they are the prettiest in town and the cheapt dont buy CARSON Co Gee whiz how awell you would look In one of our new style hats quickIThe recent floods have played fear ful havoc with the levee North of town and an expenditure of several hundred dollars will be necessary to restore It haberdashery Is what you want come here You are sure to get what you want We have all the latest styles and satisfaction is guaranteed CARSON Co Our line ofclothing this spring Is more complete than ever before The patterns are exquisite and prices are lower than ever Come and see CARSON Co Mr Charlie Edwards residence near Horton burped Sunday morn ing Mr Edwards had a nice real dence which with its contents was a total loss with only 85oo Insurance Mr F M Allen has opened up a general livery sale and feed stable at Centertown Mr Allen Is an enterprising citizen and the patrons of his stable may expect the best of treatment at his hands Rough River Lodge Nono K of P will give a supper on next Tuesday evening being the regular meeting of the lodge All members are urged to be presentS A ANDERSON M of P SulphurtOnt roof a barn that hewas repairing Monday and a nail In some boards on which he fell pierced his hand Inflicting a pals fnl wound Mr P C Miller happened to a painful accident Friday on accost of which he is now on crutches and will be for same time yet ALE Miller was engaged in a scuffle with another young man when the exertion broke some ligaments in his left ankle which will cripple him for sometime I tell you now those swell hose and half hose Carson Co have will certainly make your feet feel dress up Prices toe to Soc You had be ter surprise your feet by treatin them to a pair Mr M M Coyle a tinner who came here from Glasgow Ky last fall Is dying of senility at the Corn mercial Hotel His family has been notified of his condition but has given him no attention WantedAt the Economy Dr Goods Store everybody in town an everybody that comes to town to ask to see our cheap shoe counter You may find just what you want at a price you never dreamed ol Dont forget that on Saturday April 4 we wlllecll all 10 cts Ginghams a 6 cts and all Calico at 4 eta for tha day only Every one should take this opportunity to buy these Ginghams and Calicoes CARSON Co We should be glad to have our respondents write regularly sac week Communications must reach us not later than Wednesday to insure publication No communi cation can be published unless the real name of thewrlter Is attached Mr Eddie Davison died of consumption Wednesday the resuden his father Mr Ed Davison n and was was buried in th Roach burying ground yesterday Rev Robert Oldham conducted the funeral services Mr Davison was thirtyone years old and unmarried Mr Dee Taul Magan happened to serious accident last Saturday In which he had an ankle broken in two places and was otherwise painfully injured Mr Taul was driving a double team and when near Mr John Millers farm his horses became frightened at a dog and ran sway with the result noted above Friday afternoon Cleve Iler a a young groceryman here was taken suddenly ill with some trouble of the abdomen He was operated on Sat rday afternoon and is getting along well The reappearance of the effects of poison oak with which he was affected three years ago retards his Improvement Miss Fannye Trnnnel a trained nurse of Owens boro is nursing him The local lodge of Maccabees of which young Her Is a member brought the nurse hereto welt on him- SHOOTING ow SCRAPE levi Allen Resists Arrest and is Mortally Wounded by Town Marshal Alford Levi Allen was shot and perhaps mortally wounded by Town Marshal Andrew Alford at Horse Branch late Saturday afternoon Allen had been drinking heavily all day Saturday and about four oclock In the afternoon he approached Police JudgeWSCole and Insisted In a boasting way that he was drunk and that the Police Judge should have him arrested Shortly afterward Marshal Alford approached Allen who was standing on the depot platform and taking hold of his arm started with him to the lockup They had proceeded only a few steps when Allen slashed the Marshal across the breast with a knife which he held in his left hand inflicting an flesh wound abut three Inches longinat over his heart Marshal Alford stepped back and fired three shots In quick succession at Allen The first shot passed through his hat the second passed through the fleshy part of his neck and the tbJrdC and perhaps fatal shot pierced his abdomen Allen sank to the groan but his friends soon carried him this home near by where he now liesI at the point of death Allen has been known as a drink- Ing character for the peat years and has been engaged in man fights When sober however e was a hard workingpeaceable citizen The Marshals wound is not thought to be of a serious nature and he is at his post of duty again An Enjoyable Affair The most highly enjoyed event of the season was the phantom party given by the young ladles ofHart- ford to the young men of the town at the beautiful home of Miss Effie Lee Render Wednesday evening At 950 the guests unmasked and were led to the dining room by Mrs R D Walk er sister of the hostess A snptuons feast had been prepared and after eat lug to their hearts contentthe guests were led back to the parlor where they were highly entertained with games Among those present were Misses Render Warlner Glenn Mad dox Fair Cox Wcerner Mille- Marks NaIl Westerfield Thoma- and Miller and Messrs Turns Cox Cooper Riley Sanderfur Stevene- Miller Bean Taylor Patln Rende- Wedding and Woodward and M and Mrs R D Walker accompanle- by their sons Masters Berry Dadle and Robert Sidne- yParkSmith Wedding- Dr A D Park and Miss Ida A Smith of Rockport were married Hartford Tuesday afternoon Re G J Dean solemnized the solemn cement Dr Park is a wellknown young physician of Rockport Miss Smith Is the beautiful and a coaipllshed daughter of Mr Joseph Ii Smith of the same city M z ABOUT PEOPLE V tMr Jesse Foster went to gMr Lou Hill went to Central City Tuesday r Mr W N Coy Palo calledon us Wednesday V 4 Mr J W Thomas Dundee was In town Monday Mr Jo T Shultz Narrows was In town Monday IndEsquire Ben Graves Buford was In town Wednesday- Mr John Ragland Rosine was In town Wednesday Mr Join II Davis Taffy was In Wednesdayt of Rockport was in town Monday Mr J M Porter Beaver Dam was In town yesterday washlaIr Henry Landrum Rosins wash Loren Wednesday DrVjt S Smith McHenry was In Hartford Wednesday Col C M Barnett came down from Louisville Wednesday cejudge R R Wedding went to Sul TuesdayeDr S D Taylor Beaver Dam was in the city Wednesday Mr Charlie Coleman Sunnydale was in town Wednesday Mr Jas Wedding Sulphur Springs was in town Wednesday Mr Tice Haler Sulphur Springs was In the city Wednesday Mr WC Smith of McHenry was among our callers Wednesday Mr Jake Holloway Rosine was among our callers Wednesday- Mr Warren Lindley Point Pleas u was in Hartford Tuesday Mr Willie WImsatt Palo was among our callers Wednesday Judge Jas P Miller and family at tended the BrownPluinmer wedding WednesdayMr Davenport a successful farmer of the Prentls country was In town Saturday Candidates for Circuit Court Clerk F L Sandefnr and Ed Barrass were in town Monday Mr W H Moore will go up to Dundee tomorrow to attend a Ma sonic lodge meeting Mr Oscar Shultz a college student visited his parents near Narrows Saturday and Sunday Mr Jq Shacklett of Point Pleas oat has moved into the Patterson property In East Hartford Master Romney Wedding who spent the winter here will return to his home In Louisville today Mrs Allen Hawesvllle are rived here Tuesday noon to visit her daughter Mrs John B Wilson Mr M L Heavrln who had been in Fordsvllle and Owensboro for sev eral days returned home Monday Mr Alex Rowan proprietor of theI Commercial Hotel went to Nuckles Tuesday and returned Wednesday- Mr Henry Whltescarver of Cal TietCompany Is In Hertford this week Dr E W Ford and Mr Wilbur Tinsley went up to Fordsvllle Monday night to attend a Masonic meet Ing Mrs John R Fhlpps is visiting herI sisters Mrs R K Bean and Mrs P W Tabor at Sulphur Springs this weekMiss Maude Cansler of Hopkins vllle who has just returned from an extended trip East is visiting Mrs A P Stanley dMrs Amanda Park Barretts Ferry came down Friday and qualified as administratrix of the estate of her late husband Mr W D Park Prof R H Hanklns President of hasqburg county returned home Tuesday Mrs David Helslcy of Drakesboro who has been visiting here for several days retnrned home Tuesday Mrs Helsley was formerly the wife of the late Judge J C Townsend and has many irlnds here who were glad to meet her again ThomasNull Wedding Mr James P Thomas and Miss May Null of Louisville were mottled at the Walnut Street Baptist church In that city March 17 Dr Eaton per formed the ceremony Mr Thomas Is a sea of Mr E P Thomas of Hartford and Is a clerk In the office of Cols C M Barnett Surveyor of the Port at Louisville An Old Dictionary Dictionr ary which is certainly authentic as i hensa Websterr8 neverdconductedya was In this store that Mrs Weddings grandfather Noah Towneend bought the book from Its author In 1834 Weddingv Mat Haynwere groorm I a 51 e grooms first marriage and the bide a third i r Spring Humors maney troubles pimples and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired feeling fits of biliousness Indigestion and headache Tho sooner ono gets rid of them the better and tho way to got rid of them and to build up tho system that has suffered from thom is to tako floods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination tho Spring Medicine par excellence of unequalled strength in purifying tho blood as shown by unequalled radical and permanent cures of Scrofula Salt Rhoum Scald Head Dolls Plmplos All Kinds of humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Satarrh Dyspepsia Eta Accept no substitute but bo suro to get Hoods and get it today LOVIE AND SELLIE Are Happy as June Bugs in Their Old Home at Columbia Missouri Wehaye received a copy of the Co lumbia Mo Herald a newspaper published at the home of Sellie Doug las who came here two weeks ago to reclaim his wife whom he accused J W King of kidnapping After reproducing THS REPUBLICANS report of the case the Columbia Herald says Douglas and his wjfe are happily domiciled In their home on Wood ward Vveune and thatten approached thee by a reporter told him substantially the same story ol her experience with King that she had told the officers in Kentucky and concluded by saying she was as happy as a schoolgirl to get back to her home and family again The name of Lovle B Moore by which she was known here was her maiden name and both she and Douglas were raised at Fulton Mo BrownPIummer Wedding- Mr Lee Brown and Miss Mamie Plnmmer were married Wednesday at the residence of the bride four miles South of Beaver Dam Rev Coakley officiated These are very popular young people and TUB RE PUBLICAN wishes for them a long and happy life Ashby Duncan Mr Otha Ashby and Miss Katie Duncan both of McHenry were quietly married at the residence o the bride last night Mr Ashby the popular clerk at S J TIchenors store and Miss Duncan is the pretty daughter of Mr Dau M Duncan TUB RnruBLiCAN sends message of greeting and good will to the happy couple Two on Col Hayes Col N B Hayes of Bell county candidate for the Democratic nomination for Attorney General arrived in Hartford Monday afternoon and stoppedatthe Commercial Hotel On the same train with the Colonel came the Louisville Evening Post with an account of Col Hays mailing out over the State his campaign literature short of postage which I the recipient has to make good before he can take It horn the postoffice- A guest at the hotel who was read lag the Post remarked to ColHayes Here is a dispatch touching your candidacy The Bell county Colo net arose with great dignity and smilingly approached the guest to seethe dispatch concerning his candida cy The guest in question who i noted for his courage to call a aspade qnelredas he handed the pa per 16 Hays Why dont you pay your own postage The Bell county candidate retired to his corner and spent some time with the evening paper The Bell county gentleman finally moved over to a table to write a letter to tome of the big party bosses and in an effort to acquire room in propor tlon to his dignity was pushing stray bits of obstruction out of his way when his hand came in contact with a small mounted allegator in which life had longbeen extinct when he overturned ills chair in an effort to escape the little saurian and uttered a scream akin to that of a wild Co mancha which threw the occupants of the lobby Into a state ol terror After quiet was restored the Colonel from Bell county was shown u to his room from which he emerge the next morning with quiet nerves and hied himself away to ether scenes ot adventure 1 At One HaT the Cost ntI Coffee has better strength and flavor than many socall ed fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price U not to be com pared with Uon In quality In lib air tight sealed packages GEORGE REDDISH Of Rosine Will Spend His sum mer Vacation here at the Hotel a la Black Mr George Reddish a citizen ol Rosine who has developed an unu sual fondness for a place on the dock et either civil or criminal of the Ohio Circuit Court was arrested Tuesday morning by Deputy Sheriff R L Boyd and brought to Hartford jailsAbout three years ago acting upon Grover Clevelands dictum that the appetite of a citizen i9 not a proper subject for legislation Mr Reddish decided to supply the appetite of his countrymen for strong drink regard less of the laws of Kentucky which unhappily for him had not legislated along the lines laid down by Mr Cleveland and as a result of which Mr Reddish was fined f210 in the Ohio Circuit Court Mr Reddish was given ample time In which to satisfy the Commonwealth with the cold coin of the realm but falling to do so was finally lodged in Jail o I I than sour new pastrydelights I RENFROW Mr J M Asbby and wife have goodsforMr John Campbell has rented and propertyMrlist Health is generally good In this lo calityWheat is looking well IYoung Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weak and others stron And thats the way with children They are young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big andstrong while others stay smalland weak I Scotts Emulsion offers an difficultyChild starvation not because of lack of food but because the food does not feed r- I Scotts Emulsion feeds and gives the childrowing strength i Whatever the cause of weak growScottsit righttadore at Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl St New Yorl Soc nod fiooi ll druggist g t Tothe Friends 4 t And Patrons ofo ECONOMYf +g DRY GOODS STORE + l tP We want to say that we are once more soCi44 customers to come and see us and bring j as many new customers for us as they JCit fr We prosise you the finest assortment to select from ever displayed in Hartford ttP Our Spring Clothing is composed of all andszgrays more care the selec v tion this Spring than we ever did before Our General Dry Goods Department is L complete with all the NEWEST THINGS ii that the Eastern markets afford and it is g an absolute fact that we are about the on e ly people in Ohio county who go further tI than Louisville to do our buying L Before you make your Spring purchases Ci visit the ECONOMY STORE and we will gfr show you a complete line of Clothing Gents Furnishings Dry Goods Notions JJ Shoes Hats Carpets and the prettiest Elineal Ladies Misses and Childrens li ever brought to Hartford Our line of Millinery is the cheapest and k strictly uptodate The biggest part of T our Millinery Ribbons Etc we bought in r4s New York and we are thereby enabled lto give prices and styles you never saw Ci equaled in this section Come and in s4 spect our stock before buying aWeare convinced that it is an insult to iyour good sense and judgment to ask you two prices for an article as we know you are wise enough to know that no one ev er fell off a house who did not climb upon rit We trust always to your good judg meat If t THE ECONOMY STORE irS Sara Collins Smith ProP r a Ji NOTICE TO HORSEMEN P My two Stallions SILVER SAM and JOHN DISPATCH will mako the present season at the Hartford Fair Grounds Both Horses are Standard bred and Registered q PLVER SAM has a record of 2171 Ohio county farmers cordially invited to call and examine my stock jfcS I ALSO train HORSES for SPEED JEt O 33 LIRI g3axtfoxd g tt it e Y3oi okY 4 A school of Actual Business Bookkeeping Shorthand i TouchTypewriting and attendant branches Wo have special arrangements with a reputable Employ ment Bureau whereby we can GUARANTEE POSITIONS to all students who complete a Combined or Shorthand i Course i Business or Shorthand Course 3000 Combined Course r 4000 Students may enter at any time and receive full instructions j We continuo the entire year l R H HANKINS PresidentiE W PATTERSON V Press t h- wr Th j U t I ps=Hartford Republican rRIDAV APRIL 3 eo b lIlInQIecontral Rn1IroadTlme Table Nw time oird taktig eUectHuDdti7 DeC 7 1D02 4othIIntifld ion It JIfT1fl4- o 112 doe Glfn m No 221 dodlU n m- Jlioll1i dad p nj No lVI due 347 p in- 413p127 1111 CI Sn 1 1uL UI ropIIUIrIII- No 3V1 duo TMII m No IP3 doe 7n p i- ns1 VIlUE7L1JAglIIt r llN IMC1DENTRLDISCO VERY- l I lOrlgtna1- 1UUnkrallI are not ntwBy9 dIcoccrtx1- by lbUtlU SQmetimce ocddcnt Uhcs- lLem up Jror twiHt7 yr I Lino bn 1111- 10ct1o 8ooi iifcr I enlcred the Iro1- 08810U Nl1tller YOtIt tl itonian Catholic prlCllit OUI ot P11080 flOCk I wattcolle1 IDO onu clar lulo lith BUdy mid tolll mil tlw fuIIov1iig What I tim ooout to Ilorrute lIap- pcood last night I know nutbiug about lAw or justlco Of thu workings ot the police JX but I It W your llmdueE- Sio track IIjJJto the lnformaUon to 00 and IOU cun make whatuse of It lot think proW It was llbftlt 11 oclock aZj I wbo bad bf41 up later thiL uwnl visiting rt Lick lIIu1t1hlcllcr bat jUbt QOU1Q in azid was tpnrllg for bed whon the rant came to my room ntMl wid thtt a ctifflao WIlS waiting lit tOO door to talie mo to illvo abboIu ton to oiio nbout to dlo Iwcut dirnnI- ltAlrs and out to the cnrrthgo I found o maakid mon Inside III wag dZIVIn for Q full hour The cudagv wad a tow turun l1l1d I tanC that I SDUtt ava been driven to 1- 15uburb of tLe ttJ for aftu knvlng tho vftvcent WQ dtovo for u t1mo ovr n- C1rt ruid tu nB a pavement I madG an tlIert to ctI81liO my compnnlo- ub COUVfV4tI bUt tU faro rue no ro- pi VtnaUy t1Je ctrrnga caiie to n Stop Qnd ho bound m 1C8 with n- ModklJfchlct tho dlJ Wl8 uicned from without Ud aoo OIIG guided my Btcp over flagtono7 I think and we mounted slept I ountei six Then alter going a hot tlMtooco wo motnit- e2 mora tep5thie tIme I couuto- dtentyend 1rC made one turn In another moment I was lod Into a Vnn- na ntmlphlr antI tho bnndose was taken off by me oeo who 1Ipped out of a door behInd mo Before m polo and hngird tood a man who sank Upon hl lnoos I Sttbcr 113 tit1I I om about to ti- ciauied ly murdertl1J huvl been brought Up lis OQJ church whooe IntIu- wcce ync wefl haw can eer be en tItely oaroomo When I bogged for abwut1Qn betoe beLS put out of theIr 3vay they oouII nt tefuG sK ShrIve father I Si GIn roo ycur niC1 I sl11 nnd Nn Jt I cant Lrovent your murder 1 11a7 at kat btfn about Uee pawsb mont rt your murdttON I Should I rovoal the IItlgbtcst dr vumitance you too would be put ticro you cannot harm them 1 received Wa eonfeIon and gave bJm QbaQluUoD All tM whUo loon leda I Tu tudytng the ronu that 1 might know It agaIn There wee an pOn revloeo with a mnntel oub fil- Srrras uoo100 or 200 yors ego I flsed the bendwoxi In my mind and made a- drowiDIf Pt It ne soon at I returned 1- txicd toJlnd come cther svevlal mart ubout the room but there was nothing 0188 00u8u1I t left tho man prootmted- nJ1 WIlII drlfju home n I hall como Dyer povemont dirt rood end JlCWoo- tnaln Father Vest wovt to a desk took out ttie drawing and linned It to mOo I woe young In my bnsthee and Oo- termtztcd to xnahe zorno reputation for cielf oa thie case I did not report It I1t pollee hcodQuortcr ftB I was In duty bound to do but spont months In uuarchlng the nowspnpers to cntch u notice of some mlstlng mon My ef forts were without success nn nt last I gave It up That 1U too rears ogo and since thn I lulvo been accuecd by- my coniClcnco Lor not at once reportIng the lOro Tho only effort I haw contlu uod to hoop tip le an oXlmlnnUou of all old montela oerod for solo and I have donparvd headrede of them 1th Fa- thw Vta ttrotD11n alware to CudI Ibom dtUcvenl- One diy rtcIn1t12 while I wos po68 Ing through the very atreet In which lOa tber Voit bad lived not a bkk from tho bJluoo I passed a buildIng which WtI8 being converted from a dwoIiln- gtoantoro A crowd had gathered and oomo workmCn were currying out 1- 1elteloton which I Willi told hud been found bricked tt tn It chimney Such things may at cay time bo ot ecrvlco ton detective ao X went up to examino tIm room trom which the bonll bad QC taken The drut thing to catch Cl7 attention was B mantel which bad fooo tIlten down and waa loonlng- nsalnst tho wail The moment I looked ot It It SlCtnO familiar rakIng out Father Voete drawing which Inlw81s- Jwpt In my loatbcr MO for papers I compared the tWQ Thea romSpOooet- lunctly Going onetnha I counted twenty t1t9PS and from the treat door to the SIdewalk abL At loot I had stnmblro- b1 accident OD the teem ot the murder Tild wily murderer bad drawn Father Voet out of the city and back to with In a block of his house returning by the amo elrcultooft routo I auececdcd In gvttlng too name of the tenant on tbo date ot the murder nnd hunted up pOlle who had lived In the nolghborhOO during tile oceupuncy but 111 It WOfi err sbortonly three monththey dId not remember much about It Ono day when I was examln Lag the roota hopIng might find some oncealcd menga trom the murdered mon a workman engaged there hand IOd lUG n tAt ot paper which lie said bad fallen from behind tha mantel when It Was thksn down I tmW3 upon it JClgcr11 aDd read I Peter flendriekeon camo upon two Italian tn a wool near where they were burying tllO bOOr of a man thu had rnurdcred for Me Ellonep To ko mo from hanging tloM they baQ brought Ie hre AlIi 9111 ptOtabI runrdn mo- By krmed lbs name t o pmbertLIliunW two Tm b Otllnbtrt1 boo to I tOWld Wm IbM racutizi later I landed him on the gnllaws fits JDatu- wn novor taken Curlouly enough tJc Voot shrived the murderer OUTITnEnT wtrizia Both Dead Bryan etUl seems to think he Is very much like Thomas Jeflerson And so he Js- Nonie1lsel Fact The only difference Js that Jeffersons burled FhI1adeIphi- P r A rious f1 GYFTBElizAbcth r Cherry Vj Waltz Ooprcht IOZ by u s S lIcCluro Company + J ltJtlJ i Please lzo after tho culiki wash said a small brown figure with In- numomblo plgtnllo Utl about with pInk cord but Izo not In a hurry The cook and the butler were the In hnbltant of the SUnilY kitchen with ItA yellow painted tIOQlS and white cur talns Not In do hurry salll the flor- lbt1er I Und vyl Id like to CO dnt lubty lady dot Itba hero Sho means Uff1 Annie oy snld the cook much amused Where did you ever see her kIln Lots o Ume responded the brown ode walkln nn In do high cart down to do race track Umumml Again the cook and tho butler laugh Cd and In tho midst ot It the lovely lady herself opened the door and came In n vision ot white and yellow sun 1hlno springtime and zero beauty rho child drew A dMP ecetath breath as sho pud Who 18 tblsr asked the sweetest SOftest voice Who Is this coott 4little girl who came for the wast ibIs week repllld tho cook and stic uXOIxt8Th linT ON YO OWt DOCS Non DId mAn DAL nkedto hang around on the chance o- seeing you She calls you the lowly lady A delicate pInk tinged the gIrls cheek Thats very pretty Vhat 1e yew unmeT Thanlp You maacn- I Do you mean that Js your rca unmeT asked thorott voice wonder- Ingly now did you como by such a one Thank You bobbed oolamnly MTmRmmT1InrsIzetooon1lest one she clxiii hAd an obosso glad fob mo- she joe bad tocnll me dat flow funny Well Thank You I shall certainly bunt out some ribbons for you and cook will give them to you lie a good girl will you Jlnd careless words but destined to boor an undreamed ot harvest I e e S P Please elrl- Dlnkemoro Roes turned In astonish meat A diminutive colored girl bare footed and batlese hung nt his very cart wheels here you Impl Youll sot run over What dyo wantY Thank You gasped I1t him breatbles and rpeecbess Dlokemore Itoss war In a great hurry and irritable lIe WIlS such B keen sportsman that ho had scented n danger nil the morning The excItement thrilled him and made bln nervous Oct nvn11 Tbereg adlme for you Imln n hurry To hIs nmazement the dime lay In the duet and tbll small Ogurs burst Into n passIon ofteMSo Lnwd knows I tr2l Ia toll Terl was her principal plaint Illakemort Doss realized something ITo climbed downtrombJs seat II dlllnt treat you right did Uiowgo ahead You seem to know mor 1060 Mlotllh ltoO The man laughed Any ono mIght know Ills name today better by night than over I am Mr Ross flow did you know YoEo gwlne to marry the litbly lady nlnt ye I hope so Do ran know her But or course you do iTho told me ooout yen Isnt your name Thank Your Fooh do Lawd she done remember mel cried Thank You wonderingly But ohtIlsth Doss ye mustnt deed ye mustntbet on yo own hoes none die hrar day nn dont yo say nothln I cant tell yo whyno I cant I git Wiled nut yo kin trus me Dont yd e10 It Mlstllh nOSs rIo clutched the child by the irvin his heart beating horribly It meant thou Muds indeed almost toml ruin to him Today was the great Charter Oaks Blake OU whIch ho bad counted for months It was not fifteen tulilutos since hI had loft his peerless Princess Maud LIe could have sworn bat shv was lltfit and ready to wIn this mOoI Went Just toll me plainly what you mean lto demanded thIckly You blnck demons know 11 thousand things I The horse Is all rlghtJhaVOJust seen her Tbnnkuipoed u bSfluny of concern DootJ bet kono 00 tl1et boss rob Sbowontwln nOMOO loobrod18duF No sub she wont 1i not pay any attentIon to your abominable lies be said angrily push IntJ her away There were angry tones In tho childs eyes but she roeo to the occasion bravely Et rff dllt ugly aD stubborn go long don she said sullenlyTMan lose 70 money an shame yoaelf tOQ I toki- yo do trot dot will Je I did noss went hack to the stables and looked over his mare again pronouncedherreassured Suddenly the convincing look In the eblhl eyes smote upon his conscience mysteriousimpInging his assurance II mysterious Intuition dhisovitable as a fiuoUtr to believe In the t brown childs warning or think 1tocij4 tcan iJlfl deal AlIIM 7 t tranato the nvoly laay no ICIIQ mUSIng It would just about mean my ruIn I didnt know I was In tIO deep I could not have asked her to marry wo thIs l r S P 5 P Pale and frightened the lovely lady leaned over the box ralllnca ot the grand stand and beckoned toDlako more Rosii lie was Quite as pale when he came but very pelt contaIned and cool What does It mean she wbfIIlrcd- Ivo lost 110 end ot gloves and Bemo monty Ia there anything wrong with the harBor She scelDS Ill Ho tried to speak li8litly I- lii lIRVQ70U lost mucJlmollcyT sot ft great deal I was not In very deep A trlllII ot tim lovely lady warned mo ot It this lUorl1lnl Sho- doubtlC8 knew n gr nt denlas she lives In ono of those huts among thc track deviltry She warned mu tor- lovoot you her lovely lady It WM Thunk Your Nllmedlt19 palo one In amuse Yes It V1l1f Thank You She wanted I you to be happy I would have beer ruIned had abe not warned mo In tmo You must take her gilt dear with less recklessness nnd folly I hope It has boon n lesson The lovely ladys eyes wore full of tears They may haye been for tbs Princesa Maud torIhank You orhet clliIppolntment but her lovorseemed to think of thorn all tot the future noo that they were happy onoi LIVELY BATTLE Revenue Olitcers Destroy Several liii Stills and Make Important Captures London Ky March 28 Deputy Collector Randall has returned from a raid In enlle and Ferry counties where three stills were dertroyed At a still In Perry county a man named Ulbourne his wife mother and sls ternlaw were captured At Mose Peltur IItlll In Leslie county the officials had nn exciting time Ttey un upon the thinus while they were at work and a battle followed lu which nearly one hundred shots were exchanged and Is which one of Feltners fingers is sid to have been shot off and one of his Bssl6tnnta named Maggard Is supposed to have been badly wountle The officers were uninjured Five men were engaged on each side The stln which was destroyed was the largest ever caputcd by Collector Randall Cheap Rates One way second class colonist rates commencing February 15th and con tinning dally until April 30th Tick eta will be sold at greatly reduced rates to California Colorado Oregon andVaahington points These rates will continue In effect until March 31 for Colaraclo and California points but only until April 3eth tar Montana Washington and Oregon points lIP seep It In Your noma tnd when the bowels fall to act prop eriy take n dose of Lyons Lxnvv- SvuuIt acts gently but effectually the kidneys liver and bowels i will kecj your system In good working order nnd make your mplexioll clear For sale byj ThosAUen flcsia- eKyCASTOR IATar Infants and Ohildron The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSIgnature of RAILROADINGI No better opportunities ofIied young men than In Railroading We place you In touch with till 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 436 Muncie IudI The policy protection Is the bun datlon of our whole industrial system Nlnet nth of our industrial capital Is Invested nine tenths of our Indus trial wage scales and other arrange menta ore made upon the supposition that this nation will continue by law to reserve the home market for home produeersHannlbal Mo Courier PostDO YOU GET UP WITH A LANE BACK sidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news Jacer3 Is zirs to of the wondrrl1l cures made by Dr and bladder remedy It the great medical triumph of thiilne teenth century die covered after years of neat kidney and bladder specialist and curinglamobias and Brights DIeasc which Is the Worst form of trouble Dr Khmer s SwampRoot is not rae ommendedforeverythlngbut ifyou have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be foundI Just the rernedyyou need II has been tested In so manywayslnhoSItr1 work In private practice among helpless too poor to pun chase relIef and has proved so auccesMulh every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may a ample bottla sent free by mall also a book teUlng moro about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When wrltl gmention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address to Binghaml I SwampRootthe Is brDrIs regular flft cent and niothootapno druggistsDonthe name SwampROot Dr KIlmes BlnhmlonjN I 1tO Jthd lll lv0 t1wny Uoucltt nud w1tlcll linn boost In uso for over 3O yea1IJ hils borno tiso slgl1ntnro oI- and has been made undo his p f6yZZ AUownooartdocoi7dyoufnta son lSUlll1tl3lou slaco Itllufliflty All Counterfeits Imitations and JUStaSgORV are but Exllerlnumts that trulo with win OfltlrtiIgOt Ore IlcaltiL o- fI1 anti ChlldrenExperlonce against Iixiorl- iucfltWhaHsCASTORIA CastorJu Is u hnrm1css subllUtutQ for Cnstor ou Pare gone Drops arid ScoUting Syrups it Is1iJensn1t Tb contains neitltcr Opium Morphtiiu nor otliet Unrcotlo substance Its ago is its gumntcc jt detroys forms and allays Feverishness It cures DlnrrhooB nud WIuil Colic It relieves Toothing Troubles cures ConstIpation and Flatulency It assImilates tim Foot rcgulntcs thu Stomach nUll Dowels slving healthy awl naturnil sleep TIto OhlidreuaIanaccaTIioMotllcrs Friend CZNU8N CASTORIA ALWAYS ctlvThe Kiwi You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years ml CTU COMPAM n MUPAT ntlUT CW VOP CITY 2i31t5 I1Ji t I Worlds Fair Route B O S Low rate excursions Season I 3 One way Colonists Tickets to points In CalIfornia Arizona TcxasOregon Washington MODtana Idaho and Utah Tickets on sale every day to April 30 1903 One bare round trip to St Louis National und International Ood Roads Convention April 57th to May 2nd Tickets will be sold AprU a6th and syth Good returning to May 4 Dedication Cqemonlea Loulsana Purchase Exposition Worlds Fair April 30th to May 2ad Tickets will be sold April 29th to May rAt Good returning to May 4th Thlrtyfirst Saengerest of North American Saengergnnd June 17th to soth Tickets will be sold June x6th and 17th Good returning to June 22 San Francisco Cal National Asso elation Master Plumbers May 591k 22nd Very low rates Tickets ou sale May 2 and 3 and May nth Ir- a8th rtJal rtaiu illnlt July ztb Los Angeles Cat General Assembly Prebytcrlnn Church May gist tc June 2nd Very low rates Tickets on ucle bIny 2 and 3 and May siLk to 15thIEctitou Mass National Educa- tloual Association Juiy 6th to zoth One fare plus 12 oc round trip Tick ets will be sold July 2 to 5 Good re- oturnlug to July 12 Denver Col International Con ventlon United Society Christian En deavor July 9th 13th Rates and dates ol sale will be nnnounced later Baltimore Md B PO E An nual Convention July 5903 Rates and dates will be announced later For further particulars consult any agentfl O S Wor address 0 P McCARTY General PusengerAgt Cincinnati Ohio or IR S BROWN Dist Passr Agt Soulsvl11e Ky Lyons Laativo SyrupI Is a vegetable preparation absolutely harmless In its effect it acts gently on the kidnoysl liver and bowels cures con oiUousness sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure An ideal remedy for children at welt as adults For lIaJe byjThos Allen Rosin eKy Nasal CATARRH t1hoald1Iys Cream Bairnc- lcaniciioothea sad he418 the d1sesoI snembr4DII ltcureacatanhsn4thhcsmay in1ck1v Vrm Balm placed late lbs ncatrUr srssda over the membrane md is blOfbecJ ReUetJj 1m mediate and a cure follow It Is cotdiy1agsdoe- not produce sneezing Lsrge Size GO cents at Preg WiLt or bTsnaU Trial BIceIO ceute b7 snail KLT BIIOrwmBas Wuma Street Nell York HIWIESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS 00 el r 0 J 6116It 00 MkDruggiitforviiEciiptEnji ribbonTakeUhtone n1 ImIlnfInn JtIyofyourDni U aeiid siamp for rgnrtlcuiar Tisll Wtrby11 iirugIetouioria5Tn OuzoAL 00 sloe Jlad1eoa l3iwe aUIL laS- W p- pLIPPI N COWS MONTHLY MAGAZINE IA FAMILY LIBRARY Til Best In Current Litcra1ur 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YURLY MANY SHORT PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICSI 0250 PlAnAR 26 CTIIA cop NO CONTINUED STORIESI EVIR NUMBER COMPLITE IN nests I J1nronllfI lna I keeb and descilrtkn ins ky nuT Clinton free W1IbcT A- DInnnllon IS probably pt Tthi1 otmnujlc- t1outrletI7Ofl5deflUaI JIAItIOOIt on lGUte apen1laIeutU fittefeepectU sotk ifltbont Chute thitifl Jmricaii- A bndemelv lUattytrd wMklr TAet etJo lcnlWC QnuII ierUa n a newcelehIIJNNBranch Once v aaSaaW Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUDLI yealinlladvance S a rUlflfl XiJ8IJft11Nl4iR =To Cure a Cold ha One Day 4 Tck L ativeBromo Q nino TaNcb on Seve MIIIoa euoW la TIdI sJsnatlll8 97C b2sc i u u ENGINES SAW MILLS Puuloys Bolting Shafting Hang rs Dabbit MctlllsI OIL WnAtc Pnekihg Suction 1Ioo Oil Cups Lit brioittors Vulvc 1 Pipe and littinbl All kinds of Iron amI Brass Custitigs t All Work Done on Short Notice1S- oifOfling Car Wheels for Mills anti Mines Write for Catalogue Lo s IMIa bize WO3lOWEN BORO Homo Phone No 449 Cumberlti d No 263 r COLLINSSI1LOOrj I EIARrJ1l OED YIHatldle9 t1o BEST and PUREST Vhiskhs Wines nl1dI Br1u ics in town Old Pnrkor Rye Old W S 8tono and Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer BAB COLLINS CO AU Kinds of Job Work NEATL Y DONE T TillS OFFICJ I QVkVkC elm 1 COST NO MORE TUM ILAfli oNJIS IN Whi BrohZ6aMarble Is entirely out of date Granite OOU gets nossgrown dlEcolored requires constant expense and are and crJnltles back to Mother Earth Besides It is very expensive White Brouzels tlctlj- verl3ting r It cannot rttttlle vth the ctin of frost Uoss rowth Is on It Is more artlltlc U1dl1fenand byt1ouEands of delighted customers In III parts of the COUlltryi It halI been ou the market over a5 years and Isftn established success Many granite dealers trm bought White Bronze or their own burial plots We- bavehundreds of beautlfuldeslgneofall grads of worknnd want to have YOU see them If you ere Interested In a monument headstone marker or grave cover On receipt of a postal card will be pleased to call with designs and- sample of White Bronze Yours truly D J RIIOADS Beaver Dan ICy Agent for the Motruentat Bronze c offlrtdgeport Cone JJ 1fmRttn 4 St IUit v n 8tITD 1 BARNETT SMITH AroRNEYs AT LA w t JiWillAplaJa8pedtheir care Collection and the lrnctlce ul Cnn t laUIfIt1aL1 r JNO B WILSdN t AORNEY AT LAW 1lARTFORDj KY rabo1rnclty O5tcnortbsdpbIIoqarn I E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky Will prattlehtI proinielon to ohio and ai1oIn IpoIJIatttelltioa liT to an bt- e1tolWe 8PROEY 4ToRJbrEr4TjTr 4- 4YOHDMVILLE RIIITCUW flflprsetlehLe proleaIuu Is aU tbseoestso Appele8pdal EP NEAL Attorney at LawIi HARTFORD KY wul prtetirbia Pnll a pit the coach 01- lCeDtk UUOQ atvn to fOUfOClloM tIUinent of tleteDt tat road tIH8aaerindu5prftcUc Oi5cupta1riOrtubIock J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and CUSt1OR It UW UARTIORDKY Wlllprnctlcbie IlrufloD Is aU tilt enurteot Ohio sud dJutnttouutlee and the CoUrt of Ap ieik lrolllrtatlenUon Rhrn to sit butnss- utrustid to him 01St to m tatsr 8trvI R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD Ky rl0014la ttoray and EzatrlnerforOioCons ty 0111 onr Ohio CoDa IIADt I Jot To flRAIIIN nnN8T Wootlwum REA VRIN WOODW AND c l II CIaQ j tiAstroti Kr trill prrCtke thrlr Crufeefon In aU the COGrt of Ohln ooaoU nnd npt ot Appeale ripe lldalaunuOIIrTta grIulI5d prank aaduheer to Ilask of HrtSurd- i J- WI H BARN- ESAttorneyatLaw lIOblo sad dllalalr eoanU Clod te tll dosel 1 ppsi StriCt ttttoll W111b lit ya 052- biuiei ntrntd to ier CoDeet4ofl C red Ity Ore IAtollthouj4 v Second funual Opening of T 1 Turley Co 0 tA t 50000 Given Away to Our Customers i IEvery farmer his wife and their tO on the 6th dld7ihnf iithus r j- On these two days we will give away premiums IQF various farm products etc We will give a 5t t 75 East Orade Idea1Bggy I For the first nearest guess as to how many stock peasandSoja beans in a haLftllpnjar e A sa5 Tigsr Diso HarroW w For the second nearest guess A aODollal Cookmg Soo V For the most popular farmers daughter in Ohio county 110 Mans Saddle for the Ugliest Man in Ohio COunty A 2000 Tiger Cultivator for the most popular farmer In Olik county To tic ones receiving the most votes the above prizes will be awarded Monday is the day for the premiums for corn and horses We win giveaSaOoo Double set of Harness for the best pair or drivinghorss shown A 1200 Disc fJOrD U Dlill for the best peck of corn brought in Tuesday is our premium day for mules and tobidcWe will give a 30 set oftHeavyr Double Harness for the best pair of farmmules s1iown Cir a ASO0 qliverO ill Plow for the best sample of StemmIng Loaf Tobaeeo A S150O set of Rtrnoss for the bet sample of Stemming Loaf Tobacco raised with u Feiti1izbi j These prizes will be awarded bya committec snI tec1 from among recomo As heretofore our Opening wilt be condwddn fQll aquarO basIs We wffi in addition to this give a handsome present to eeyyi COflllS on these two days t We have tried to reach all our farmer friends quchoottl1o o We i lavQ faUedo YIJfgladly give an invitation and guess catds when the o1eo Out fdre on tliqse two rdays So come out and enjoy youiselves Agal thakUii All ptpur customers for S the hugo trade ve have had the last yuoar we are YUls truly 1 I I t T J TURLEY 8l COb 1 riKrtunato ones last yeas voio Ben S Chamborlain No Creek lyRobtDaught rty Bthiotown IefjJolin1pos tot NO Creek IjAb Tones Hartford Ky James Cecil Hartford Ky Miis Muttio firpe hartford Ky iD iitstanythingtop rlicipatcYoumn botheluckyolloJhiSycar H d i 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