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F i 4p THEHAl1fFORD RIEPTIBJiCAN e yearIVOL XV HARTFORD KY FKIDAY MEIL 17 1903 No 39 I A 4- I ifS J f 1 k t- k t I l 0I 1J 1 i I I TIlE FffE3T 81rElPI nlothcrUfeattempt to walk la begun HO early as to childish courage and sturdy l enjoyrtllthat tilt child is ilium weak oul deficient It vltatltlIwl clings to tin UQdealrMothers should learn that to have strong chll ilren they must them wives strong for the cliutis Strength h the of the mother TIle use pf Dr Ilcrces PaorIte- PrescrIptIon expectant motheri- give them health and strength tcgive their chil uourIgreatViwcnlar vdulcs1hYrctn OII1IhffULtnmrdtIUtyCo kntilco1iId i dl1 atnut at well as aayune he had iei iithtInqauj tbumIUlythFavorite Prescription make weak Acceptnoworks bonders for weak women MiicalAijiscrten away ar one cent tlItlfls okinDrLMEAT MALT PS IDILIOWO N ClCITItVCTlnt Titles Lite aad Strength la Every DropI A tclratifle combination of the ccntIa1lconstituents of PRIME BEEP PURE OLD MALT LouUvUIe Kr Jinawy u i 001 MEAT MALT CO UabrllW Kr Gtnlkmea IUTlncnuralntJ Meat indUill IthliuinpnItafsdIH I dlnInn iriI udott III tITDnl 1fl4tiVIoflir4 UD KASTKNIlINC MD- oJou vllc c1 t T1 1- lLrZ tSALf CO LoutviaI to BftVlESS OOWTY- E1NKThUST GO OWENSBORO KY Cash Capital SBOOOOSl- oeVholdfr AJdtl UliblWy JO000 Q srt far CmlomtMt 100000 rvpMlt nettnt nbjcct to check OM I natkloc la dtpMll or eboclc cub All till IK doMbynull bums UoaUm4rpotU i 5 P E R CENT for UroonthaSorlrrornt fortfcorttrpttivii tmwmtttrtuliuwiiuulj Mil of wu f91 ftutkw ruUonUn T IAJIDEBSO f prsta I F SilbermanBroe U Lnroost Fur Houso In America Branches All Over Europe Highest cub price paid for ill klndt R or raw furs hold your ihlpment- nnlll you cot our wire Hit ttrlti friggoJu VmitIlttrS- ILaERMAN S BROS 121 lo 13 Mlchlttn St Chicago III Tor Connllpntlon raoLou ttie ru lIn IoImlltlDtdr to ladIeioudctiItdII oIttIaJICAUnIIOLAkCMIIIN fecUiUamileMnuucraUciioumMaaets S J DFOkD- SBMDUJli THE GREAT- flJruivMEDICINE Thcdfonla BlackDraught has saved doctors more than For tho common fam consUpntlonIndlgoetlonJ nose l1oodncho and other like complaints no other medicine is It 1llte antinoccsulatci the ilyor diot1on stimulates action of tho kidneys purillOit the blood nnd the of foul accumulations It cure Ihuoomplalnt indlgotkn sour rheumatic pains sldeach back l oDtdiiuThiDI cdlda and bcadaaha Jve dma gist hasThodfcrds BlockDraugrtl In cent pflckagpa main moth1 sizo Never accept a substitute Insist on too original nuulo by thd Chattanooga flcDughtis Company I for any and everything I hays a family children and for I have them on foot and healthy with no doctor but Black Draught A J GREEN Hlewirs U I I jtJ Fin QUICK TRIP Meteoric Journey of the Worlds Fair President He Shook Hands With Three Mqnarchs and a Pres ident Caused Increased Interest In the Exposition Project Pres Francis a Former Ken ticklji European nstloaa have frequently been amazed at the manner in which Notth AmericanB do things Their latest cause for wonderment is the meteoric trip of David R Francis President ol the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Company a former Ken tncklan who recently visited five cap- Itals in the old world A cabled invi titlon asked President Francis to be present aLit bacquent to be given by Americans in London on Washing tons blrlbdny The governors asro clates on the Worlds Fair management urged him toattendiand make a tour of Europe la the Interest pi the FalrIreturn voyage was n ev en better time titan the outward journey the German steamship reaching New York March 17 Many thter talnment had been planned for Presi dent Francis In the metropolis the most pretentious ol which was a ban quet tendered by the Missouri nolety at the WaldrolAitorla on the evening of March igth On Monday Febrasry 9 Gorernor Punch decided to make jhirIp The next day he left St Louis Iqr New York where he arrived the following evening at 7 oclock Early on the day following which was February n betook passage on the La fire Ugne of the French line and arrived Havre eight days later thedrans Atlantic journey being made la excel ent time considering the heavy MSS into which they continually pomaded The governor left Havre Iafl4elyf- or Londoa gojog Wy way ljSg th atnpton and reached the Britlsh capi talon the morning ol February at He bad barely time to make n change of raiment when he was Imrrfcd to a luncheon given by Joseph H Choatc United States ambassador and other prominent men The next day was Sunday Monday morning February 23 he wes presented to King Edward who invited him to a private confer ence on the day following and in the evening be attended the banquet at Hotel Cecil which bad been the inl tlal canccof his making the oul1le abroad February 24 he met King Edward in private and convened with him for half an hour securing a prom ise that hla majesty would send to the St Louis Worlds Fair the Jubilee presents o tiill late mother Queen Victoria Oo February s6 Mr Fran els met I number oi En llshaiea promlpent In commercial life end on the following day he attended a dIn- ner given by Lord Lansdowne On Match I the start was nude for Paris which was reached the next morning and before the sun had time to set Governor Francis had been received by President Lonbet and had held several conferences with other prominent Frenchmen Retiring late he arose early Match 3 and took a train to Madrid which was reached on March 4 nnd alter a conference with the prime minister of Spain and the ministers of state and agriculture the exposition company president tttrt ed back to the French capital reach lug there the evening of March 6 The next day be met other Parisians who were Interested in the coming great exposition left there in the eve ning and arrived at Berlin Match 8 in time for dInner with Ambassador Charlemagne Tower The day follow lug March 9 he was granted a private interview with Empeor William who conversed long and earnestly cpncernlpg the WOII Pair and promised to do all in his power that Germany might be well represented at St Louis In ip4 That very night he departed for I Belgium and wss received by King Leopold at tile place at Btmsels From ibis jnonarch he secured a promlsa of a personal visit to St Louts next year This audience at aa end be left immediately arCher bourg France and sailed from that port the following March ft on the XtottPrla W4lklm J The Worm Turns After having suffered for over 100 years under oppressive blue laws which prohibited a man romklsslng his wile on Sunday Philadelphians at last are arroused and demand the repeal of the law HarUord men would not have stood for the thing a week as Sunday is the only day on which they have Jlrne to kiss their wives i L L HUNTERS FEES Will Have to be Paid by President Roosevelt in Montannn Helena Mont April zrPresl dent Roosevelt wont be allowed to kill more than three deer while he Is in Montana unless he breaks the law As he Is a nonresident he will also be compelled to pay a bunters 11 cense of 4 If he goes niter big game If he is content with small game such as partridges prairie chickens docks etc he will be let off with the payment of 150 The Legislature which has just ad- Journed passed jnost strongest game laws bnttheb l was Introduced be fore it wa known President Roose velt and party would visit Montana Even with the strict game law the President will have an abundance of sport If he wishes to take up his rUBe and invade the mountainous section The killing of moose is prohibited at all times but the President can hunt deer elk Rocky Mountain goats and the finest of all shooting the Rocky Mountain sheep Only the most skillful hunters are ever able to bag the Rocky Mountain sheep It frequents only the most inaccessible crags of the inouutiins and because ol its agility anduenae of smell it frequently knows the whereabouts ol the hunter long before the hunter sees it if he does at all The object of the passage oCt e law regulating the number of deer and other big game to be killed is to pre vent hunters who arc after pelts and the teeth of the elk from exterminat lug these animals The demand for elk teeth the official insignia of a bet ncvolent order has been so great that tunny hunters kill elk solely for the t ethThereis no limit placed on the number ot Rocky Mountain heep a hunter may kill The legislators knowing the wariness of this animal thought it well able to take care of itself Chinese and Japanese pheas ants and quail are protected lor five years The new law relating to the killing of big game work a hardship on pJeIlpcln the nonntaips who depend opon their rifles lot their mat This U especially trueof prospec tots and others who are in mountain fastnesses far from civilization These people arc not particularly alarmed aa they do not believe any fury would convict them for violating the law if they could show that they made the kills for the purpose of supplying themselves with food Meat is n vital question up in the mining camps It is customary for n party to be organized and take a week oO to go alter deerf bear and elk to lay in a winters supply of meat A photograph taken recently shows the return ol one of these hunting par ties alter a week in the mountains seventy miles east of Helena The deer and elk will keep until well into the spring The carcasses are allowed to freeze and as rhe alti lode Is nigh the finest meat Is always at hand Frequently the meat freezes to solidly that at times it becomes necessary to have axes to cut oil a roast ot steak The Paesldent will be permitted to kill all the bear mountain llonpautb ers wildcats etc he wants In some localities they are so plentiful that he will be welcomed if he will shoot up- S a few Practical Advice- It is as easy to be a rich man as a poor one Half the energy displayed in keeping ahead which is required to catch up when behind would save credit give more time to business and add to the profit and reputation of those who work for gain Honor your engagement II you promise to meet a man or do a cot tain thing at a certain moment be ready at the appointed time If you go on business attend promptly to matters on hand then as promptly go about your own business Do not meddle with business you know nothing ofi Never buy an article you donot need simply because it II cheap and the man who sells it will take It out In trade Trade is money Strive to avoid harsh words and personalities Do not kick every stone In the path more miles can be made in a day by going steadily on than by stopping to kick Pay as you go A man of honor respects his word as he does his bond AleS but never beg Help others 11fte e but sever give what yon canBottijTord to simply because it is Learn to say nenecessity for snapping it out dog fashion but say it firmly and respectfully Have but few confidents and the fewer the better Use your own brains rather than those ot others Learn to ect and think and act for yourself- Be vigilant Keep ahead rather than behind the time Young man cut this out and if there be folly inI the argument let us lcnowEx S I STORY OF GHOSTLY MOANS Cries and Groans of Distress are Heard Nightly at the Place Where the Steam Shovel Excavated a Womans Body Marion Ind April 13Whlle making a cut through a hill two mullen couth of this city workmen employed by the Cincinnati Chicago Louisville Railroad Company unearthed the remains of what was thought to be the body ola girl or woman The large steam shovel gathered up the decomposed body carried it to the edge of a gorge and dumped it with the dirt into the ta vine below This was last week and the incident was almost forgotten It was brought back however quite vividly Monday night when D D Bannahan night watchman was startled by cries which he thought were uttered by a girl or woman The piteous moans and shouts continued until daylight when they ceased Chas Smith a fireman remained with Bannahan the next night Shortly after dark the cries and moans were heard again they seemed to come from a person in great dis tress Smith walked to near the spot from where It was thought the cries came and flashed a lantern Nothing unusual was visible but the cries ceasedSmith remained with Ban nahan the next night About midnight he was startled by seeing the form of a wo man gowned in white standing on the spot where the body had been excavated Smith made a dash at the figure but when within a short dis lance of the apparation it fled down the railroad track and when it reached the gorge where the body had been thrown it flitted over the bank and disappeared A spiritualist and a number oi men are watching the place now to determine if a ghost is hover- Ing about the place ateLaws Needed for Mad Los It Is still we believe an open ques tion among people who dont know anything about it whether there is such a thing as rabies among human beings but we are bound to say no doctor has any doubts on that score Besides it is useless to discuss the question since human beings who have been bitten by mad dogs do die Y f something extremely horrible whether It is an actual fatal toxica tlon or a lorm of acnte mania induced by fear We speak of this matter with some seriousness because ol the alarming number of cases of hydro phobia reported in the papers in the last year The blame must rest on local health and police authorities who do not insist upon the passage of laws that would prevent the Infection of animals with rabies or if the laws exist fall to enforce them Whatever the disease may be hydrophobia has been stamped out in Norway Sweden Holland Switzerland and Denmark In Great Britain a rigid quatantlne against imported dogs and sharp laws on muzzling reduced the number of fatal cases from one hundred and twentythree in 1889 to three in 1902 Some action is needed in this country Every real lover ol dogsfor- we reverse the old cynical saying and put it that the more one knows of dogs the more he thinks of men every real lover of dogs shonld be in favor ol regulations that while aIm- Ing at the protection of the human community also save the brute crea tion from diseases As for the peo pIe who dont believe there is such a thing as rabies I and the folks who have more sympathy for dogs than lor men we shall not attempt to convince them The present situation is as a physician has raid precisely the same as if a centre of smallpox were allowed to exist because a few persons did not believe In vaccina tion Editorial in Colliers Weekly The Mistakes of Nature- It seems strange that nature made so manymlstakes It placed horns on the head of cattle but man saw a chance for improvement and decreed the horns useless ad must go It placed tails on horses but man said the Creator was again mistaken and the tails came off It placed whiskers on the face of man but Populism fhdcd from the lace of the earth and man bade adieu to the unnecessary appendage It placed seeds in or anges but little children swallowed the seeds and miniature orange trees grew in their stomachs so man said the seed must forever depart from the luscious fruit It coated chickens with leathers but now man declares this coating is not fitting and the leathern must go the way of the cows horns the horses tall the mans beard and the orange seed And now the Department of Agriculture in poking forapig without a hair I u THE MONROE DOCTRINE i President Roosevelts Speech in Chicago on Our Wavy j The President spoke on our navy in Chicago April 6 In part aa fol lows Mr Chairmen Ladies and Gen I tleman To day I wish to speak to you not merely about the Monroe doctrine but about our entire position poslHon out of it has grown the acceptance oi the Monroe doctrine as a cardinal feature of our foreign policy and in particular I wish to point out what haa been done during the lifetime of the lost Congress to make good our position in accordance with this historic policy Ever since the time when we de finitely extended our boundaries west ward to the Pacific and southward to the Gulf sipce the time when the old Spanish and Portuguese colonies to the south of us asserted their Indepeu ence our nation has insisted that be cause of its primacy in strength among the nations of the Western Hemisphere it has certain duties and responsibilities which oblige it to take a leadfug part therconIWe hold that I hemisphere arc greater than those of any European power possibly cax be and that our duty to ourselves and to the weaker republics who are our neighbors requires us to see that none of the great military powers from across the seas shall encroach upon the territory of the American republics or acquire control thereover This policy therefore not only forbids us to acquiesce in such territorial acquisition but also causes us to object to the acquirement of a control which would in its tfiect be equal t territorial aggrandizement This is why the United States has steadily believed that the construction ol the great Isthmian canal the building of which is to stand as the greatest ma terial feat of the twentieth century greater than any similar featlnanyI preceding century should be done by no foreign nation but by ourselves The canal must of necessity go through the territory ol one of our smaller sister republics We have been scrupulously careful to abstain from perpetrating any wrong upon any of these republics hi this matter We do not wish to interfere with their rights in the least but while carefully safeguarding them to build the canal ourselves under provisions which will enable uSlf necessary to police and protect it and to guarantee Its neu trality we being the sole guarantor After giving a history of the troub le in Venezuela over the claims ol Great Britain and Germany the President said Both powers assured us in explic- It terms that there was not the slightest Intention on their put to violate the principles of the Monroe doctrine and this assurance was kept with an honorable good faith which merits lull acknowledgment on our part At the same time the existence of hostilities in a region so near our own borders was fraught with such possi bilities of danger in the future that it was obviously no less our duty to ourselves than our duty to humanity to endeavor to put an end to that Accordingly by an ofier of onr good services in frank friendlia spirit of ness to all the parties concerned a spirit in which they quickly and cordially responded we secured a re sumption of peacethe coudendlng parties agreeing that the matters which they could not settle among themselves should be referred to The Hague tribunal for settlement liThe Monroe doctrine Is not inter national law and though I think one 4ay It many become such this is not necessary as long as It remains a car- dInal feature of our foreign policy and as long aa we possess both the wilt and the strepgth to make it ef fective This lost point my fellow citizens is all important and is one which as a people we can never afford to forget I believe In the Mon roe doctrine with all my heart and soul Im convinced that the immense majority ol our fellowcountrymen BO believe In It but I would Infinitely prefer to see us abandon it than to see us put it forward and bluster about it and yet fall to build up the efficient fighting strength which in the last resort can alone make it reo spected by any strong foreign power whose interest it may ever happen to be to violate it There is a homely old adage which runs Speak softly any carry a big stick you will go far lithe Amelrcan nation will speak softly and yet build and keep at a pitch ol the highest training a thoroughly efficient navy the Monroe doctrine will go far I ask you to think over this If you do you will come to the con elusion that ILls mere plain common sense so obviously sound that only the blind can bail to see its truth and only the weakest and most ir 1 retolute can fall to desire to put It la tojforce p I CROSSEXAMINATION Once at the Lawycr Got the Worst of It tthe conUt bttttvouu connscjl and wllncaa mu t necessarily be an unI qurl one ovid it in little nmprtalcg that tJi s rvtE of tV j Vr i more often with the latter than the I former or that whenever a witness stores a point over a bullying crOi j examiner it is hailed with delightIHave you ever been a pompous counsel once naked In the I writers hearing of a provincial trait er No never came the decisive an swer Now be careful sir how you an swer this question Have you ever stopped payment Yea AhP said the barrister with snt isfaotlon I thought we should get at it Now sir tell his Iqrdtbip when that happened After I had paid aliI owed the witness answered amid a roar of laughter to which the judge himself was compeilcd to join On another occasion a conceited counsel hcd been crossexamining a young woman at considerable length upon the age of a person with whom I she professed to hu wen acquainted Finally he asked her old now do you take me toHovI The wltnees scrutinized her or closely for a moment or two anti then answered Prom your appear ance I should take you to be sixty from your questions sixteen Will you describe the man you say you saw near the scene of the crime naked a diminutive barrister of a witacsS in a recent murder trial Was he a big uall Oh no nowt ot kind answered the witness a burly Yorkshlreman He war just a little insignificant yourIselThis story reminds one of an qnI1 ly crushing answer given to another dimensions1were of imrdrtance Did you see this tree that was mentioned by the roadside the bar riater inquired iYes sir I saw it plainly It wa1 conspicuous theur No I shouldnt say it was exact ly conspicuous the witness answered You are trifling sir counsel con tinned II as you say you saw the tree plainly how can you say it was not conspicuousWell like this time un bashed Htness replied I cnn ace you plainly among the rest oi the lawyers though youre notabit conspicuous You really mean to say once asked A wellknown lawyer now a judge that as the result of this ac Ident your son will never be able to follow your business If hes not fit to be butcher what do you propose to make of him Well was the answer which convuled the court If his no good for owt else Ill aka lawyer of him You say this Mrs Robinson was a friend of yours a learked q c once asked a witness Yes Is she here No Do you know where she is No II Now sir counsel retorted in a fury I warn you to be careful and to remember that you are under your oath You say that although this women is a neighbor and a friend of yours you do not know where she is to be found Tell the court at once sir where she is Thats more than anybody knows sir came the startling answer Shes dead But perhaps the smartest retort ev er administered to a bullying lawyer was the following A counsel alter eVi1denceas say aI word you say I can see scoundrel ism reflecting in your face I Sorry for that came the crush ing answer I didnt think my face was such a good mirror London Titbits Keep It In Your Home Anti when the bowels fall to act properly take a dose of LYOMS LASAXIVB SVBUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep ll141make I CIlPin Gridioye Brotheri DEWEFS FL1GSHIF OLTMPIACAPTAIff G1UDLET COHJLLXDEE Mrs Oridloy mother ot Captain Grldley who wys In command of Deweys flagship at tho destruction ot the Spanish fleet at Manila esys ot our remedy Perana e t vr At tho solicitation of a Mend I used Pcruna and can truthfully say it la a grand tonic and is a womans friend and should be used In every household After using It for a short period I feel like a newperson MRS ORIDLEY Mrs Tjongstroot Is tho wifo of tho fa mona Confederate General Lieutenant Gcnoral Jamos Ixmgstrvot tho only liv tug xConfed rato oiliest of that rank She writes as follows to The Perana Medicine Com I can recommend your excellent rem edy Foruna aa one ot the best tonic slid for tEoso who need a good substan tial remedy X know of nothing better Besides being a good tonlo It Is aa effoo tlve curs for catarrh Mrs James Iongitreat lIon Zuclua E Orldloy brother of Captain Grldloy also spoaka a good word for Peruna In s letter written from Mil T Stroot Washington D O hosaygt Tho Parana Medicine Co Columbus O QsntIemca YourPerut Jias been tboroagbly tested In my family My mother and wits used It with the very bcft results and 1 take pleasam intro ommc dlnz It to all who want m good itibstaatlalremedy both at ionic and m catarrh cureLucius fi drtdtey Miss Mary J Kennedy manager of the Armour i Cos exhibit Trans Mlsalscippl Exposition Omaha Nob PofttnaChlcagoI111 t U I found tho continual chango of dlot lJf kk 4 4 boot building uou a tlaif WRIOJJT BLIND IN Children Music Piano Broom Making and Other The Kentucky Institution or the Education of the Blind was so successfully and conducted during the ending October 1902 that the fiscal of New York State Charities asked for de tailed information regarding the ad ministration oi the institutions af fairs The New York official said that the average cost per capita to ed a blind child Kentucky Is below the average for the whole coun try And yet annual report made the visitors says that 70 per cent blind children In state are not availing themselves 01 its benefits The Kentucky institution was the first one built west the Alleghenies and the clgth in the United States There are now fortytwo such schools List year 126 white and cost of running the institution was 2517160 for the white and 390468 for the colored a total 3242875 A balance of 352247 remaining to the credit the school at the end of the school ygar The school teaches blind boys mu sic piano tuning broom making caning and simple upholster ing The girls are taught music sweeping and house work Besides these directly useful arts reading history aud natural science are taught Students showing abil ity In music especially trained because this is one line of work the blind are at the least din advantag with two heads are better than one r Incidental to eight years travtliag corn pletoly upset my dljestlr system On consulting eoveral physicians they do eldod I suffered with catarrh of tho stomach Their prescriptions did not seem to help mo any so reading of the remark tblo cures perfected by the use of Peru nAt I decided to try It and soon founi myself well repaid U I haro now used it for about throe month and feel comple taly rejuvenated I believe I am perfectly cured and do not hesitate to give unstinted praise to your remedy Perana Mary 3 Ken ncly Congressman Goo Jf Smith of Mimi physboro HL writes I take pleasure in testifying to tho merits of Pernna I haro taken ono bottle for my catarrh and I fool vory much benefited To thom who arq afUlctod with catarrh and in need of a good tonlo I take pleasure in recoi- nmnondlngperunaQeoW Smith Ifyou do not dirty prompt and satis factory result from the UBO of Porass writ at once to narknan giving a full Utement of your easo andbo will be pleased to give you his valnablo vice gratia Address Dr Hartman President cJ The Hartmaa Sanitariam Columbujb Ohio ZIooee 4fED3TI TiC CNEAPEf ffhorTKan ublllltF7ilfrIl JaI w7i lndilslyue aurt and arrued Bihut In the outb Iniiltldaal lustra Scb ot tlon all tteyoar Studeattacaaert rot any Vklton always wtlcomo E J Poi5 KENVUCKY Taught Tuning Employment economically year 31 ucate in in the of the the of twentyseven tanghtwell department department of of chairs sewingknitting wrUlngarlthruetlc geography exceptional arc IM which Incompetl their jocrirtIn jbJeruna Dr preferr4byROUGH RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY IXCOBrOBATKD I Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones and build your own lines and beta talking distance with the whole coun ty and business points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole expense if you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For parjtjea ManagerHJtrtford Constipation and biliousness can not be cured in a nlhta week neither can one withstand the debili tating effects of the ordinary liver pills for weeks but the gentle action of Ramona Treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets make one feel grad ually improved as the treatment pr- ogreastsno bad times but a contin ued rapid improvement A months treatmentone 250 trial box will make the chronic sufferer reJoice A trial will convince you let us supply you J H Williams Lyons Laxative Syrup preparatlonabsolutclbanntelS the kidneys liver and bowels cures con stipation I1ioustiess sick headache clears the complexion and makes the blood pure Auldeal remedy for child ten as well as adults Forsale by J Thos Allen RoslneKy Nasal CAtARRH In all lu sUges then ihqold bo cletQllaMS Elys Cream Balm cleaaasoothuszdbealatha It cures caUnh inS drlres aWl I cold tA time head onleklq Cream Balm Is placed into lbS nostrils spreads I em the jnsmbnie and Is absorbed KelUtUlu mediate an4 a tuN Ipllon It U sot dztzmgdoesn- otiirOdQC inteilri j tifgo Sbo CO cents at Dw gtitaobmallTttalSIzelOCeatablmn1lZLI tocta 4 Groves Tasteless cull Tonic MillionbottlesEnclosed with every bottle is a Tea Cent package of Groves flack Root Liver PiSs S S L 1 1I i 1 1t Ij J II 1 1 J Hartford Republican lliued bllho lIurtlofll VblIehtug Couipan- 7toflPo1UD = =1nO 10 ctt=bozlo = 31 Coulh n11z FRIDAY APRIL17f- thlftN iii Ah rlluKTr- DDereDt ndTertemeflt oIOe rer larb thst Insertion or per Inh twb AldllloD8110eertlo- DfIHlnl rill On fearlT contnct Local notlvv 1OCpOr1In lIt IiuertIonc per liDO cacti nd ltlonnIIMertloD Cards of IhDb te1tk ACJuLttutirlct 10 cents a tIne Cub In idantn ANOViCFUEiTNForNIflU We lire nntbolllld to onnoonce lION A 1jINuTT ni R cnDdlllat for tate tltDolol from the Ieventb Ieontorlal metrlct aultCt to the rietlon of tbo RepubllcaD pnrt- Wo nre nntborIze1 to nnDoDnce ilT sTvEs- a a candidate for State eoator lrom the Soy enth SeuatorIaI DtstrtCt lultCt to Us netlon of the nepubllean party- Wooroauthorttet to BDnOUDOO U DAKER- nnOADS State Senntor fromn a raDdato for the Sareoth IeDDtorlol dltrlet tnb3ect to the DCUOo of the Itpubtkafl poTty CARYEU IIARIUBON is thought to be afiiictOO with presidentialaspera tions pA SOCLtLIST has been electEd to fltkIfl the council of the city of Cbi- cago ThE Ohio Connty Fair will ho held hero on September 30 and October II 2 and 3 How long will the people of Ohio county have to watt for the construction of turnpike roads Ohl Lord how long AT tho recent election Chicago elected an Alderman by the nnmcof- V Jazki Ju Wirkowki What an admirable Collego yell for a class in Sanskritl TOE returzis from tho recent municipal and State elections indicate that the Democrats should hold a Jeuleraonbirthday harmonybanquet about once a month PRESIDENT Roosevelts sermon ou prolific marriage seems to have turned public thought in a certain section of Ohio county seriouelr into this usuallyavoided channel IT is announced that a man by the name of Gunpowder is to marry a woman by the name of GassatCarth age Mo What will follow the mix ing of these highly explosive chemicals we are unable to foretell TOE Street Fair to beld hero on May 15 and 16 rr mieesto ho one of the greatest public gatherings Hart Ford has ever seen Its novelty and the very liberal and unique premiums ollered proml3e to attract wide spread attention EDISON is one of the busiest men in the world In the briefpan over which his life has extended he has secured patents ou 791 inventions and yet there are countless people who rebel at the inevitable sweep of time HIs works are an admirable illustration of what can be accomplished by a life of strenuous application TnE Government is finding It a difficult matter to supply the navy with sailors There is now au aver ago of 300 desertions per month Even if there were no desertions it would be almost impossible to train men fast enough to keep pace with the rapid increase In the navy IN the last two months over 800 000 pounds of irieght have been hauled over from Beaver Data to the merchants here Taylor Lewis think the freight traffic here for Fob wary March and April WilllaBS the million mark And yet there are some people who think Hartford is a dead town fitoit school pupils of Madison Wis are keeping in touch with the times by going on a strike because the school board has refused to grant their request for half day sessbon during the remainder of the school year What a glorious opportunity for an application of the oldreme lies used by our grandparents three quarters of a century ago- lTiia officers of West Point Military Academy have decided to eradicate cigarette smoking from among the cadets Cadet Berry of Kentucky has been courtrunrtinled for aiding other cadets in procuring cignretts and dismissed from the academy President Roosevelt has approved the sentense It IS believed by the offi ccrs that this drastic remedy will soon breakup the pernlceous habit Tun projected station of the Peun sylvania railroad in Now Yorkwill bo by fir the largest in the world It will occupy two entire squares being 420 feet wide 800 feet long and four stories in heightb with a surmount ing dome 140 feethigh The entire WAlls will be granite and the architecture Doric Its passenger wRiting room will ho the largest and most spacious outs kind in exiatancet ONE feature of Kentuckys exhibit at the St Louis Fair will be the mountedskeletons of some of her noted horses The BkeletonB lire be- Ing mounted at the State College by t- iiJiti the tulltuts under the direction of Prof DavId W May They include Himgar a champion of early days Black Squirrel once the noted Md die champion of all Kentuck jOeorgn- Wilks the great trotting sire a d Hanover the celebrated drc of thor oughbreds OARDINAL Gibbous has called at tention In a newspaper article to five great public evils which retard the success of young men and demor nlizo society nil ot which are worthy of the most serious consideration They are DivorcelIu imperfect and vicious system of education the desecration of the Christian ththbath gross nod systematic election frauds anti the unreasonable delay in carrying into eUect the sentences of our criminal courts and the nunieroua subterfuges by which criminals evade the execution of the law IN a speech at Louisville Judge Breckinrithze candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor saidIIBy the eternal God whomsoever n jury or this country shall decide aided and assisted in tho murder of William Goebel I shall never pardon This was a most vicious utterance and to our mind clearly demonstrates his unfitness to the high position to which he aspires It mat tera not what extenuating circum stances might develop to provo the innocenso of the accused niter their conviction Breckinridge should the people be so unfortunate na to elect him would stand pledged to deny executive clemency 444 tW4WO- LATON K- Yt1fB J+ Uh HfH + tt+ H The farmers have finished sowing oats and have began to break corn ground Mr Charlie Huff visited his sister Mrs Godsey nur Patesvllle last SundayMIss Maggie Mitchell has gone to the Narrows where she has accepted a positionMiss Cora Magan vIsited her broth er Saturday and Sunday Mr Bill Christian of Cane Run visited here Sunday Misses Ester and Lou Johnston via ltcd their cousIns Misses Maggie and Effie Mitchell Saturday and Sunday Rev C K Bean filled his regular appointment at Mount Vernon Sunday The Sunday School at Mount Ver non Is progressing nicely Mr Dab Duff Narrows visited his mother itt Sulphur Springs Sund- ayUfl44HH f l H RENDER KY HJMu E L Myers and MIss Vaden Feutress are vllllting In Louisville ot this writing the guests of Mr Lee Fentress Mr J F liocker went to Bevier SundayMr coe Davis of Leltchfield Is visiting relatlvcs here at this writing Mr J II Drown was In Central City last Sunday Mr E L Myers was In Louisville last Sunday Mesra E H Guynn anti Chas Car al went to Echols Monday to attend the funeral of theIr uncle Mr B F Cargal His remains were brought to Mcllenry for Interment In the Fisher burying ground Mr Judso Rowe vIsited In Centaal City and Rocport Saturday and Sun dayMr Andrew Stewart was In Leltch field last SundRY Mr E S Reid went to Rockport Sunday to attend the funeral of his daughter Mrs M I Williams Mr L Brown of Paradise was In this city last week Mr TamarIlendow of Loutsvllle was here last week on business Mr W S Vlck of South Carroll ton was here Monday Mr Den Woodrafl attended the Easter ball nt Central City Monday night S r 13434414M ILH 4 L LOAN ELM KY H+HHt t tt f Th Messrs W M Awtry and son R W Ragland W H Ash A W Al ford all of Horse Dlonch are here on a fishing trip They are stopping with Mr H P Ranuey- Mesars Alex Ranziey anti Henry Shields belt Sunday on the steamer Crescent City for Greenfield Ill Wheat looks well Tobacco plants very forward Farmers are well advanced with their work Health good In our community No marriages no deaths no births to reportMr Shultz from the Pails of Rough was In our community last week trying to buy alarm r- O04STCJDXABew T8 rs ofhecCaH Cheap RatesIOne way second class colonist rates commencing February ztb and continuing daily until April 30th Tick will be sold ot greatly reduced rates to California Colorado Oregon and Washington points These rates will continue In effect until March 3J fur ColorJdo and California points but only until April 3th for Mon ails Washington and Oregon points A BIG STREET fAIR To be Held in Hart ford May 15 andlO Merchants and Business Men Show Their Liberality and Progress By Giving n tnrc List of Vala- ble Preiiiliimslti all Contests Hartford Peo pie are Barred lii ktipirg cItl the progrsaive pint elf the times the business men 1 lIortlord have iCCiltd to hod a- trcet Fair here on MR f5 And i6 The lemuknhle growth of Haittnd luring the lll1t to years and the immense volume of trade whch It hat jytcl have made It one ot the most urctlve liS well all the most pro tresslve town In thin part of the State The fair Is given soie1y for the benefit of the ontoltwn people the people In lInlttnd hving no opportunity to ccmpete for any of the premiums The contests are open to everybody and absolute ftilrness Is nssurcd The premiums are all In terestlng and valuableamounting to near 4o- oGmesofchanceand nil fakir that usually Infest fairs will be excluded by the town trustees Tun RnpunLTcAN will donate all the space it CAn to advertising the enterprise It will feel happy If every one else Is made happy but Its sum of happiness will be substantially in creased If old subscribers will drop In and pay up and new once add their names to Its mailing list Here are the Jules and regulations governing the fair RULn3 TO GOVJRN IIARTIORDssTRuaT FAIR OR RNTRRTAINMRNT- I Messrs Ben Newton W P Render Sr and IL B Taylor Sr are Invited to attend and oct as the Executive Board and they shall decide all questions that may arise their decision being final H The Secretary shall keep n ice ordof all entries record all votes and guesses and Issue his warrant for all premiums He shall also assist the Executive Board lu counting the votes and guesses III All premiums to remain Is possession of those who gave them until 4 oclock p m of the last day then to be delyeled on the warrant 01 the Secretary IV Everyone except citizens of Hartford to have full privileges and prerogatives In showing products voting guessing and receiving premo tums V No one but a fanner shall net as a member of the executive boold or act as judge of any product or nr tide VI The Executive Board shall select judgea to pass upon the merits of all stock fowls products and per lormonces exhibited for premium VII No person stock or product shall be entitled to any premium that was awarded a premium at the Inte opening of T j Turley Co is Hartford Ky VIII All entries to be made with the Secretary by J2 oclock m llrlday May r5 193 IX All articles exhibited to be returned to owners and no executions will be matte for articles on account of taking a premium LIST 01 PREMIUMS We the undersigned agree to give the articles and amounts oppoltc our names for the purpose Indicated by us same being given In support of a Street Fair or entertatnment to be held In Hartford Ky on May is and z6 1903 with the understanding that no citiara of Haltfold aba I paxtki pate either directly or Indirectly In voting guessing showing products or receiving premiumi Carson CoDest mare ant young colt one sewing machine 25 J H WllllamsNeRrest correct gueRs as to number of pills In a pound bottle z watch i5 Sam BachFor best looking man I suit of clothes 15 John B PosterBest suckling calf I barrel best flour 15 Thomas BrosHest cow and calf z cooking stove 15 G J BeanFive Sliver Dollars or- firfeat loklng lady over twentyelght years old and under fortylive who has never been married R T lIerTo best looking widow I sidesaddle blanket and bridle io Taylor LewlsDest Gelding set of buggy harness io Henry NailTo best oldtlme lid dlfr saddle bridle and spurs ft5 J W PardFor prettiest baby two years and under io In gold Sec ond prettiest 5 In gold Fair CoTo choir that makes the best music limited to five selec Lions apiece 30 yards all wool Ingrain carpet ts A D WhiteTo winner In footj race I bicycle f2 Economy Dry Cools StoreTo mOit Popular young man i trunk 7 So To most popular young lady I young ladys hat f7 50 Canon BrosDest young colt sliotgtiii 6 J G Shock let SonTo oldest man J walklllg cane 2 50 r 1rn W S TinsleyTo the father ant mother of largest family all to be present I hatchet z 24lnch brass rule J drawing knife z coldchlgul 1 try square i No J02 block plane 1 oil whetstone J mincing knife J pdr 7 Ji Inch best shears z dozen tablespoons r detlt sauce pan and I delft teakettle total value 6 RtleYsMeatSho o bstcwt and lamb I clock 5 Commercial HotelIor largest tur keg 5 In gold 14F Wrernerncst hen and ten chickens z pair ladies fine slices 350 C J RhotdsDest onehutt dozes trylngchlchcns i set lIuller Chlllr 6 Nearest guess ns to number of grains of corn contained In n quart j4r r Iron bedstead 10 F CrtbtrceNeareat gnus as to number of seed In pumpkin to be cut P111 evening oflnst day 251bs good tTec To next nearest to lbs To Sal 7 So- Dauk Of Hitfidflcst pir of hOles either sex owned hy one man 15 In gold Bet htrae any age dther sex 10 In gold Ohio County BankBest double nm In harness regardless of tIC or wnershlp flo In gold First National DankDeBt yoke oI xeu 25 tn gold RL Twedl1ellBellt So ears 01 corn S shovel plow 5 W M HudsouDst mule either dcx 10 lu gold Yeiser MoulsonDest hllll bushel of wheat I shovel plow i5- R H GillespieDest half bu9bel or oils I set of double tree and single trees 250 B B Collins CoRest string band 10 In gold Z Wayne Griffin noNtarest guess to r quart of mixed grain I set flf dlshss 25 Lee ChinnBest twoyearold colt either sex I set of harness g5 Will SchlemmerClosest guess to umber of loaves of bread sold on loth days of fair r cake 5 Wood TisisleyFor best bale of hay f3- City RestaurantTo the winner In 1 sack race 17 51 cash To the see oud at the post 2 5 cash Tbe two newspapers of Hartford The Herald and Rnrenucxwil each donate as their part towards the enterprise all the advertising neces gary to bring this matter to the pco pIe which will amount to quite a much as any premium given a City Restaurant for everything Illee and good to tat Do you want to understand the alms and objects of the Siugle Tax If you do you can obtlug literature on the subject free of cost by writIng to The Brooklyn Single Tax League q67 Bedford Avenue Brooklrn N Yow p I HH HHH BEDA KY 1 fll i i tit1 1H1 Rev R D Bennett Hartford fillet his regular appointment at the M E Church Sunday Mr M D L Bennett Gteenville visited his parents Mr and Mrs B M Bennett MondAY night Mrs LoulrR Tweddell Hartford Is visiting friends and relatives here Quite a number horn here attended the Quarterly Meeting at Washington SuntlltY- Mr Bennett traveling salesman lor- lriedman Rrts St Louis nl lu our town Monday Miss Vlviirn Bennett Is vlsrtlng her HartjfordMrs E M Woodward Hartford spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs Stephen Leach Mrs Naucy Park who Iras been ill I is thought to be Improving Misses Esther Bennett nod Willie Simmons went to IlRrtford Monday Mr R P Bennett Sniallhous vIs- Ited relatives here this woek No 5792 Report of the ConditIon of the VIR8Y NTIONh BRNK Of Hartford at HRrtford In the State of Rentucky nt the close of business April 9 193 itFOUftCES- 1oana nndilecoout f6Hl1 J3- U H ilonde to atCuno dreoiatlou tS000O- IIOvrdrafto Ireol nail unseeuroInono- Ilanklag hpnee furniture and tlztiirii i33L00 Hue train Natloual flatika not ftoIerTO- oRCntR 7m1A line from State hank and lInllb 6138 Due from oprovell rvoeryuI out J62oR- bka nnol otbor roeb Iwlll321olSotH of othtr National hank 50151- 0Iractlonai paper currency nIeklo oni- cent 0111- 13IFCL Mosey lteay 15 iiAaI y- lRIkMleTt000lLeul tender sstounote 200COJ ItldemptloD tua1 with U R tunenr- el 5PTecat of clrcullllloD 121000 Jue from U H Treaourer uther than i- a Per cent redemption fun4 41000 fUT AI IbJ912119 i1A1lI1iTIE- Capltiit etoek taIi to f2liOOO- OO8urpluullI 100000- V11ytiied vrot leM UZpeheod nod tuUll paid 107769- Nallonal flank notee oUtlludlnR 500e0- iaeto Htateilank l1d naDkerid 7803- InlhJclunl ieioltI uheet to cbtClIlJi 3S659i TIOIe certllieotes or drpoatt 21 78 lhbtIItIro other than thoco above tilted CO18I TOTAL 1 OD12W- HtDto of kentucky Vouat of Ohio J I J c nUeJCnbler of the above nnwell bank oI80IoIUDI neDr that the above statement to- tTuo tu the befit of niy kllrolc nod belIef J C IIILEr Cashier HulRerlbed Ro1 worn to boloro rue thb 16lb- o1n1uIAprlllVOJ II K Cix Notary lnIlIc- My eonnIeeIu exIrvo tiuuary 3 1110- 81ConBtCTAtwt s- l WAY JlllrrlII loreJIIOOID Your Tongue If Its coated your stomach isbad your liver is out of order Aycrs Pills w1ll clean tongue cure your dys psla1mnke your liver right Easy to easy to operate 2Jc All drtgjlsto LAUUijbiown BUCKINQHMS DYEJIj0 e Os Y ft P 4i4 HfH41I- riH VERNON KY mol Farmers are busy breaking and planting corn Bra C X Bean filled hio regular appointment here Sunday The death angel visited the home ci Mr and Mrc James B Johnson anti claimed for Its own their Infant daughter Miss JOh 80 Is visIting her sister 1m Dettle Cole Dundee Quite n number of young people at tended Sunday School here Master Ray Cole Is visiting his grandparents Mraud Mrs T F Johnson Mr Robert C Dull Narrows spent Saturday night with his parents Mitses Attn Deli and Cecil Kny kendall called bu Misa Lena Johnson Sunday afternoon Mn H L White Mrs R J Dnff and Mrs Derta Mogan spent the day with Mrs T If Johnson Wednesday Droll J U Drown anti F Hartford will preach the funeral of Mr Ches tellield M Cole the fourth Sunday in ZlInS at the Masonic hail Dundee flrc S A McKay our pador wvi- ruartled to Miss Gertrude Grady o- flIadn clunty the Sb WW44W4CENTERTOWN rtrt1H H H HY t i I t I Mr RJIIn Ashby nrtt family visited relatives In Beaver Pain mat Sundiy Mis J Ihu W tone Is at home again dIet a shirt visit to her puents In Render Prof G T Tinsbey 01 Render was hue on business this week Mr Will Stewart and family of Ceralvo have moved to our town Mr Fannie Igleheait visited hers father Mr Lee Allen of Horse Braich this week Mr Claude Ross Is out again ur L R Goodall went to Hartford Monday Our Sunday Seboctis axe progress lag nicely Some of our lady friends have organized a cottage prayer meeting We have prayer meeting at the Methodist church each Sunday night Mr F ZiX Allen our busting liveryman had R tale Tueedsy and disposed olobout live hundred dollars worth of his rigs which he will replace with up todate ones soon SHERIFFS SALE Dy virtue of Execution No 2076 B I I dIrected tolIIcn whtci Issue from the Cleks office ot the Otifo Circuit Court iii favor of mo Simpson against Jut Brown I or one of my DeputIes will on Monday the 4th day of May J9 3 between the bouts cf I oclock p m and 3 oclock pm at the Court House dor In nrtfurd Ohio county Ky exposed to pun UC SALE to the highest bidder the following property r so much satisfyPlaintifisto wit Flrlt known l1 lot Nt 3 In the dlsvMon of the estate of JAcOb H Iglehel1rt deeea4ed and bounded as- fhlowa Beginning at a stone In the original line N R corner to lot No 2 thence N 36 H SSP to a ston thence H 16rP and 16 L to a stone thence 5pthence S 59JJ E 88 P to n stUIIl thence E 48 P to the beginning containing about ao acres Also one half Interest In a 53 A trAct of land bought by defendAnt Jut Brown and his brother from Frankllcfiin on which is located a coal mine levied upon as the property ofJut Drown RERMSSale will be made on a credit of 3 months bond with approved security required bearing Interest at the rate of 6 percent per annum IrolU day ofn1e and having the force and effect ofa ale bond Witness my hand this i6th dRY ot April 1903 C P KnOWNS O SICJ NOTICE IN UANKRJPTCY III the 1ttiet uirt f tu nII1 M0j5r tb- IIJcro VIMlrlrt of kintueky ntuborQ lteIpk le tb mntttor I Ban 1- 1tD lIonhupt Ia lIlttultC1 To the crtdituro iI Riun Z1aury Pt- tcioti ul Iilti Ltztant In tot Couuty ofOhtn and Dlstnctalorc- IatI tltnkn1t Notice Is hereby given that on tht- 71b day ot April A I19 3 the tfttd- BIJI Maury littireon lfnl ditty ad- judicited a bar rupt til that thll fire meeting ot rretIIrR will te hddsi the law office 011 A Dean In Owens bro Kcnttiky on the 20th day of April A D 19 3 ut 2 p ut ot which time the sAId creditors n3ty o tend prive their claims appoint trustee exgsnine the I3anknpt at- tratiiaot such othr LtIdnt tl8 iis- PiOlCS t1t r hcfnre Mid mtetlnQ 3 A DPA- NRcfltt In narkrttptc April S 193 I ITho Strength I of the coffee you buy adds to Its value in ihia cu- pLiofl I C II comes to OU fre3h and of full SC3lcd1alrtlghtIHces srrerhdcteriomte In also K lther dirt IlnttermtIy trhn n10 trnothC- rC tOIOra4 to cows Coffee Cured At 70 of Heart Disease Contracted During Civil War Veteran Grntoful Dr Miles Heart Curo Effected CurC Heart disesselscursble but I a oi advanced age It does pot readily lrndttsel to ordinary triratmenL There owner hope for sU suffereri In Dr Mitl hear Cure which we know from watching hundred of cases anlt from tbe Irlter 01 5 aldul- lufferers will cure where all cUe ku tailed alJediseasedulator of the hearts action and the mot effective treotment ever formulated for tin proving the circulation of the blood Durlci the Civil war I contracted hear dlstaIC and InlS9f whle living tthcgranc 1 old town of Luloilono val ifeW somuch worse 11el there wtihmy wile to ylsit lilY RoazoljeVaexpected to ltvc to return to deuald ton On reachIng lTs Kirby l llllUstcd I should try Dr Mies lIult Cure I procured a tottles of hato the and Tonic After nslni one or two tattles I could see no Improvement sad I de ailed of ever being better but my faithful wife In Ited on keeping It up Which I dId urn provement soon began In earned and I took In all or iattcn bottleL I was restored to perfect health and while I am 70 years old am comparatively a boy 011 sir are a age I cheerfully recom sufheilnghumanhtyJ AU dnlsts scil and guarantee fast bottle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Hurt VlseesAddru- 1r Miles Medical Co Etkhut had HICHESTERS EGLfSf- iPENNYROVAL PILLS cJ o- caJlVSO PG6tt s NaCskflrurtit it aawflnldaab45iUhInvdTooUlftnlnloby rSr21a11 IUOOuTceUJ1wwa 001451 eli 1rugt COIJOO 5-55u Uola PSD t roiiiiancE TELEPHONE AN- D1eegraph CO- I tncurpornteIi Theres nothing the matter with my bualnecs I have the Cumberland Telephone iu my resldepce anjJ place of business My busincas baa increased and my wUes voice Is nev er heard to grnmlale about the Tell phone Vours for gtoi lIJvc aitd- genUemably competition C p NUWLIN Manr NOTICE TO UOISEMEM- My two Stallions SILVER srand JOHN DISPATQH will make the present season ut tho Hartford FairGrounds Both Horses are Standard bred and Rogistdt s SILVER SAM 1115 It record of2174 Ohio county fhrmors cordially invited to callm1tloxl1mmo- my stock gIALSO train HORSES for SPEEI i I n B AILD t t yiilt iiii 1 J ELtitrcrcI J enZI J3Wyt A school of Actual BusinesS Bo kkc pihg Sit rthund 1uuchTypowriting and attonlunt branches Wo have tpccinlurlal1gemol1ts with a reputable Employ nunt Bureau whereby wo can GUARANTEEPOSITIONS to aU students who comploto n Combined or Shorthand Courio I BUsiness or Shorthand Couze 30OO Combined Course 4000 Students may enter nt any time and receive full in trucLionsT0 continuo the tntjro year R H HANKINS President E W PATTERSON VPres t lJ aUlou313 Makes if ChronIc Invalids When the liver h torpid and tails to do Its work 1 the bile GotorS the blood 118 a vinsient poin TIleD I e contipaboo t1I00t3c alk headache beets r and Q1arIA The oWl t eo that t1fne tbt Liver JIM ebo nM Ioth nn4 rtart Uatnrus wort IT the rtgbt- macnor ii 1J MONS JbRVEn PILLS 11 PELLETS Tbo pm tJubJo ma liver a tse pcs to tko10O moJ s coe ft or H d Ihm lee yur cold l I YtIfly you AU bo k- 1n7 For sale by J H WIlliams Druggist Hartford Kyi t Special Attention 10 Spring Sales Clothing and Sliots a specialty lis OUt stock ill this line is very large and our priccs are vary low Also our other lincsDrcSd Goods and Unttings- We quoto you SOZIlO prices on Clothing which YOlL nicelyIWO1StCl size I to 10 yoars250 Childrons Suits from 5 to 1J ycars75c Moits Woollant nice colorsI00 Mons fine Summer Pants 500 this is n worlds boater Mozis Shoes IO01 La ilicsShoes 100 Trunks unto Shirts 11111 IIIII1Y other hitioles can be found in a firstclass dry gools house Your call IWill beapprccint d and our clorks willgivo po1itQqti tendon Yours for trade SAM BACII Hartford Ky P SFeathers 1inscns Wool nnd General Produco nt right iliCcl tnkezi ill exchange for goods Horseshoe Brand Fertilizer Owing to the unfiornblo weather tilo planting season is cropItilizors We aro ccrtaizily well Pruliared to supply this do mnnd with the old ruliablu IEor8oshoo Brand of Furtslizor at- thl following range of prirc lk 1OO 120 130 16- 0Jjj 11111 200 Wo can furnish as cheap IS anyono or wo can turnhh the beston earth BuggIes Buggies StnvQrBuggiesis no moro durable or bettor finished lino of volhicles on tile Buggyliombcrtjro at 10000 O K Stoves and Ranges We have learned from personal experience that thoro is no line of Stoves in this market that equals the O K line 1hoy last longer cook quicker and use but littla fuel Be- sureto buy thoO K Stove mill Range lhoy have in creased the hrtppinessin many homes Wo can furnish you- a Stove complete with all the cooking vools at 875 10 1260 135O 1500 1050 1975 2260 2500 3000 mmoo Furniture We ttrry quito avariety of everything needed to furnish tholargest30Sisftom1J0QpCI I set Evnrything olso iii this iopart in same proportion Bth g t jflof yotui Produce Wo pay ovory cent the market will justify and soIl you the best Merchandise at spot cash prices E EAS IBilOi BEAVER DAM KY 1O clf cIb OMlGnsboroKyMain Street flo ntteutlon given to hock lieflibtuarter for OblocouotJ tolle JAMES REYNOLDS Prdpriet r S e 0 tt tta t An Open J r = Confession I 41Jiyou when OU visit us Nothing gives tls so 111lwh yCh fliJpltasUlO as to seo the contontecl faces of our f ustouleV ns our prices tiro wing quoted to GOm 4 ofn 6 IHole Our Specials for e Hex Ton Days 6i Special No Iliiftcon dozen Ladies Bleacha 1od Ribbed Vests taped neck and armholes n rCg- e uln1 t6c our price c aSpecial No 2Ten lozon 3Ginch long IFrench web crossback Suspenders nothing over spccinLaiiprlCo10c wool CIRSimero Knoo Pants olnsti wnistbnndwen we- f made same goods other houses wnut1 fur our special price is 50e 1 Special No 4lwontyfou1 pair ladies fine a8 Vici Kid Oxford Ties pl1tont Up looks like tho ti 2 grade a bettor Slipper was never made for tho- fI price nor the style oxcellel bo sure to see them tZi our price 125- SpecialiI No 5Threo hundred lairs child 4 rcns black seamless ribbed Hose a quality that Iwiththose you IlaY 25c for our special price for ton 2 days is16c or two pair for 25c Special No 6ls two great bargains in Em a 7 aac Second lot 01 yards to piece samo ns IJ to O1 inches wide goods that retail for 2c oura prico lOa Sold by piece only af = The Place Ito = r I Ice a ac C CiIcCilln I Can Sell Your Real LsiLev 1hctts my hJiIli4 I lilo tldls rytin for gogd rUtIUS I Withlinoecco n u ifryuJ want to 1uy dr sou r 3 i J A Tins fltrul ueur Pads in this county of iO IICICt acres hill baud 2 i fino bear tom haul GuOIl houses gooi barns antia fine orchard A BARGAIN S A Anderson Dealer In Real Estate UARTFORD KY I Buy From Sanderfure Beaver Dam Ky DEALER IN Grecories andl Hordwnro Hn1 t vesting Mnchinos Fltrlnin Implomonts Commorci- aFortiliors meld and Gar don Seeds Etc r ALFRED HUDSON BUIhDKR CONTRACTOR Ilwrllord fly naltdtog end repaldog done by day or coo tlnt lletbletelhnateebCfore yua girt 701- canttpgt r hlartford Republican FRIDAY APRIl 17 City Restaurnnt Read Davless Co Bk Tr Co ad Butterlck Patterns at Carson Cos Hot and cold lunches at City Res tmrant IWe want our tcool CARSON Co For pure Aulmal Fertilizer call on W S Tlnaley James H Williams will fill your preacriptioaa at reasonable prices Dont buy a IIuggy until you bave aeen Barr TAYLOR LEWls Let your wanta be known We will do the teat CARSON Co marIweek Knutmana Perttllzer was awarded highest medal at Paris In J900 Sold by Tinsley Mr C P Westerfield and family of Beaver Dam will leave for Oklahoma tomorrow Pot polite and careful attention and Grst class tousorlal work call n- Bulllngton Haft Our honse Is chock full of new goods Come to see us CARSON Co Col J S R Wedding who bas been sick for some time of liver trouble Is some better Arbln Petty will clean and prera your suits In aq uptodate manner Satisfaction guaranteed Mr Cleve IIer la very much 1mI proved and will soon beout attend lug to his buslneu affairs again Try our Pick lei Chow Cow Rel Ishes Olives Horse Radiah e CITY RESTAURANT Every visitor Rt the Street Pair IsI Invited to inspect our line of Buggies and Carriages A car load fast received TAYLOR 1EW1s The three months old child oJ Mr and Mrs R B Martin Is suffering from an attack of bronjlifal pneumonia SDTaylorfipensbonaiWednesday Soiled clothes of all kinds made new Womens skirts a specialty Toke them to Arbln Petty Office over Ohio County Conk Dont fall to come to the Street Fair and guess at the number of pills In a pound bottle as you may get a 15 oo watch J H WILLIAMS I NEW PRESIDENT OF HARTFORD COLLEGE Pror O M Shlsllz the new head of Hartford College has been connected with this Institution during almost the entire period of his active school life Ills long and faithful work fu- lPtettest patterns In MaWngs are at Fair Cos McCaU Patterns at Pelr Cos to end iS ante None hIgher Best 011 Opaque Window Shades tact long a5c ot Fair Cos Fair Coa rso Strap Slippers- are like other oases oak you 2 R G Corsets never stretch Pair Co have them from Sec to- t550 Pair Cos new Pan Shirt Waist and Belts are the nobhle3 t In Mr John Ilohelmer Is lu Livings ton Tex where he tees gone for his health Mt Jns R Moseley of Livermore stopping at the New Commercial this week Fair Cos Lace Stripe and Fancy I Hose are what you want Price Lo to So cents per pair I Dont worry abontsyour Spring come to Fair Co Ileadquar i tern for Millinery I Mr N U Murphy representing the Pickett Warehollse Toularllle was In town yesterday I Those 3f yard long Lace CurtaIns at Fair Cos ot t So pair are ex aptly what others oak you for Mrs Alice JarnagliS was adjudged a lunatic here last Saturday and was conveyed by Sheriff Cal P Keown to Ifopklnsvillc Monday I Bring on your Hams Bacon Lard Feathers Eggs lIens and Wool You cant bring too much CARSON Co Its not a question of the cheapest but the best fir your money lilts Fetttlizer you want get the best and WISFlour Potatoes Lime I Bulk Meats Country Lord IIamsI Sldea and Shoulders AU i livered Mr W D Oates of Green villewas before the pension board here Wednesday lIe to an applicant for an In crease In his pension He Is a gene Gclatp or the Civil War Mr Isaac Foster Jr has resigned his position In the Carnegie Steel Works at BeUalre 0 and has nc- cepted a position with the Beaver l Dam Pinning Mill Company The local sports played their first game of ball at the park Saturday evening II this game Is taken as a criterion of their summers work other teams are sure to fair badly at their hands Mrs Ed Boswell of near Sulphur Springs was operated on for ovarian turner by Drs Wedding Miller Felix and Ford last Thursday She Is get tagalong nicely and will In a short time recover I will unload Old Reliable Eagle Fertilizer that has stood the State test for thlrtytwo years at ten cents lea on the hundredon April the z lilt Beaver Dant Ky D L D SANDJtRPun DryGoodseverybody that comes to town to ask to see our cheap shoe counter You way find Just what you want nt price youneverdteamed of al The local V bl CA will give asocial to morromufght beginning at 730 A good programme has been prepared and refreshments will be served at 93 oclock A good time Is promised Everybody Is Invited Jas R Moseley special agent for the Security Life Insurance Co of Binghamton N Y will be here a week working with Prof H W Pat tersori and wpl take pleasure In tx- plalnlrig their various plans to your ly justifies his recognition and pro motion lIe Is an educator of strong personality and the school will con tlnnc to pros er under hIs efficient management Irlr E W Wright and Mrs Anna of Rosine were married In the clerks office Saturday by Judge J P Miller Mr WrIght Is an energetic young farmer while his bride Is a popular young lady In her community A barn belonging to Mr Luna Maples who lives about three miles northeast of Hartford was destroyed by fire last Thursday night The loss was about f400 with no Insur ance It Is supposed to have been set- on fire by an Incendiary Efforts to nse bloodhounds as usualproved un availingKA fine line of AMES Buggies and Surries just received Prices most reasonable Every one who is interested in a high grade Carriage should see our line and know our prices before buyingTAYLOR LEWIS T gTopening disposed of their premium corn and tobacco and donated thes proceeds amounting to 8 zo to thea lIarLford Y M C A We take this means of publicly expressing our thanksand appreciation of this gener Dug gift Dy order of the Executive Committee of the Itartford y M C A April 13 1913tR H HANKINS Secy New Faculty The following teachers were select ed by the board of trustees of HartI 3l1rll1ay 1Identliglate D Y Hocker Intermediate MIss Mabel Hubbard Primary Prof T J Morton will retire at the close of the present school year The school is closing one or Its most prosperous years work and the newly elected faculty promises to hold It up to Its high standard of em clencyIYMC A Notes The Beaver Dam Association will be held in the Chtlstfan church next Sunday afternoon at a oclock No tlce the change of the time of the meeting changed from Friday night to Sunday afternoon All men are invited Hartford Assoclitlon Mens Meets lag at 230 p m on Sunday all men invited boys meeting at 130 p msto which all boys of fifteen years and under are Invited Boys Bible Class meets on Saturday morning at 930 oclock The social planned for last Satur day by the Hartford Association will be given on next Saturday night be ginning at y3o Everybody Is InvltE ed It has been quite awhile since the Association entertained and we hope to have a large crowd present A conference of the Western Kentucky Secretaries of the County Y M C Ats was held In Madison vUle on Thursday April 16 The counties In this conference are Ohio Union Muhlen6erg and Hopkins A party of the junior chaperoned- by Secretary Cottrell went fishing SaturdAY afternoon the fish were not expecting them and were not at howl X Argon 011 Ii great medical dllcovery Cares Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble For cute by all druggistsI YOU KNOW WHAT VOU ARE TAK t- INa When you take OroTe Taeteln Chill Toolo be- Caaeothefotnnlaleplalnlj printed OB ever IottI thnt It Iuwl Iron andUalulneIn titaeteIeeform So6arvNoVu se 5 h WILL LONG A Local Tough Creates a Little Diversion for the People of Rosine and Lands Be hind tile liars Last Monday Will Long of the Hells Neck neighborhood wen t to Rosine filled his anatouy full of liquid crime and proceeded to do the town In Imitation of frontier style When accosted by the Town Marshal Jerry Cark his first ImpressIon wan to analyze the little official kith the aid of a big knill but after a moments rlfiction during which h was forced to inspect a little pact ficatrr of the Smith Wesson variety I the hands of Clark he changed hIs mind and went before the Police Judge But he soon decided that Inge Rney bar no jurisdiction In his special case and proceeded tom ke things ioterestlug In the court rom whereupon he was sent to the cooler Alter mature deliberation he evl dntly come to the conclusion that his burden was too heavy for him to bar and that he would sacrifice him self on the altar of public good So he deliberately set fire to the lock up and awaited developments The fire was discovered and Mar steal Clark reached him just In time to save him from a long and uncer talc journey Clark then brought Long here and lodged hint In the Ho tel de Black He will now have toI go up against a charge of arson Notice to the Public On May z 1902 the remains of W B Tlcheuor will be dltenterred and burled at Woodwards Valley cemetery Funeral services conducted by Rev Dan Yeiser at Woodwards Valley church on Msy 3 at 11 oclock Of Interest to Teachers From JuneI7 to August 8 a Summer Normal School will be conducted by the State College of Kentucky In the Interest of the teachers of theI State The following are a few of special features offered Reduced railroad rates throughout entucky Special season ticket rates to the Kentucky Chautauqua Many lectures and entertainments with ant extra charge Excellent li brary facilities free Expert lostruc flea In Nature Study free to mottle ulates with use of best labratorles In South College courses with toward a degree Thorough teachers review of the county and State certificate branches A county superintendents conference Au In ltutdnltrnct 8 conference at the call of the State Superintendent Free room rent for men students Use of- ymnasium with baths All an additional Incentive to Infduce the teachers of the county to- pend a part of their vacation pleas and at the same time profitably I have decided to ecdse every teacher who will attend the Summer Normal at Lexlngton from attcnd- aDce at the Institute and the county associations For information rata to the schoo uiddrcss Rune N Roark Dean Lexington KrIVery trulYIJ M DltWlulsn S C S rII I SMALLHOUS KYIII HU II Mrs Beltle Hatcher Centertown who has been the gnat or her sister Mrs Sallie Drake of the New Hope neighborhood for some time Is lu out midst the guest of her sister MrsI George Reid Miss Altha Addlugton and Mrs M Lashbrook HtfIln attended Sunday School at the Smallhous church Sunday Miss Ida Addlnglon Is the guest ol- her sister Mrs Will Addlngtoa Hef llnMrt James Trunriel1 and littleI daughter returned to their home sear Utica Sunday Miss Lucy WIntluow Is on the sickI list Mrs Charlie Bullock Is still veryI ickMr Jesse Hill and family have to the Down farm near South Carrollton Messrs Oscar W Overhuls and Ed- Hunter were tn South Carrollton Sun day Mr Horace Taylor and wife Beaver Dam were the guests of Mr Taylors brother Mr P D Taylor Saturday Sunday John Ross Taylor the little son of- Mr Pen D Taylor is on the sick list Mrs Rolla Bishop will return In n few days to open a millinery department at Mr H D Hunts store Mrs Jennie Balls Rockport KyI and Miss Sadie Barnnrd are nt bedside of Mrs Bud Bullock near South Carrollton who Is still dangerously 111 Mr P Bo Taylor went to Centtt town Monday rM MANDA KY tttt t7 7ttt7t tt The Raster service last Sunday at Mt Pleasant was a great success The recitations by the little folks were all excellent and a nice collec ion was made for home inleslona Mr J P Black fell and broke hIs arwifrTaylor was called and set- thebroken bone 444 I i 1111 4444 PERSONAL MENTION H a Mr J R Hlmts cAlled at this of je Monday Judge Den Newton BOJord was In town Monday Mr WlUb Iirfiln of Htflln was In town Monday Mr Albert Cox of Jingo was In- torn yesterday Mr L L Tlpp Evansville was In town Tuesday Prof Chas mllll Calhoon was in town SaturdAY Eq J S Fitzhugh Dundee spent Monliay In town Mr CP Ballzsll of Dundee was In town Monday Mr John T PAtton of Bcda was In town Monday Marshal Jury Clark of Rosine was in Iowa Tuesday Mr L M Ward No Creek as nt the office yesterday Mr J R Goodall Centertownwas In Hartford Monday Mr J M Holtoway of Rosine was In Hartford Saturday Mr A L Martin of JIngo called at this office Monday Mr J T Davis Sulphur Springs was in town Wednesday Mr Bruno Frey Sulphur Springs was In town yesterday Mr J P Coleman of Prentls call ed at this office Tuesday Mr Chas n Tally of Rosine spent Saturday In town Mr W L Martin of Dundee was a caller at this office Monday Mr Joseph Lewellen of Magan passed through taws ltoa ai Mr T W Watkins of Owensboro was In Hartford last SaturdAY Mr E P Stevens of Beaver Dam called nt this office Wednesday Mr E W Wright or Rosine was a caller at this office Wednesday Ur Flelden Acton Sulphur SprlJgTIII In town yesterday Mr Harmon Stogner of Glenvllle McLean cotinty was here Monday Mr John Sanderfur of No Creek was a caller at this office Wednesday Messrs Byron Barnes and John Barrass Beaver Dam were In town SundayMr n Chapman of South Car- rollton has been visiting friends here fur the last week Miss Norma Brown Centertown visited her sIster MIss Eva terra Sat urday and Sunday Attorney M L Heavrin went to Pordavnle Monday on legal business ret rnlng Wednesday Mr S P Southard of M Henry was here Saturday and made this office a very pleasant calk Mrs M I Heavrin left Thursday or Louisville to visit Mrs J M Ra ley She will return today Mrs Mary U Embrey Cromwell- Is visiting the family of her brother Mr R B Martin thIs week Messrs H T Vance and Chas II Bennett of Lolsville were registered nt the New Commercial Wednesday Miss Fannie Trunnell who has been nursing Mr Cleve lIer return to her home In Owensboro Tuesday Morglntowoon legal business He will leave today Jllr L P Rowan Nuckles has come to liartlurd and will make hIs home with his brother Mr A L RowanMr GI Doss of Central Citywas before the pension board here Wednesday lIe Is a Civil War pensioner and desires au Increase Mr E L Bnllln ton left for his former home atWest Fork Ind Monday where he had been called on account of the sickness of his mother Secretary EACottrellleft Wednesday for Madisonvllle to attend the County Secretarys Conference of Western Kentuckv lie wIll return today Those who attended the Beckham speaking at Owetiaboro Monday were Messrs Ben D Ringo R E Lee Slmmermau W H Barnes and R T Collins SOfT CORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhere The springs of red blood are found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with therichest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work Send for free sample SCOTT III SOWNE Chem a- ao4tS Icarl and jtoo I all dreggltNew York I r rL EXCENTRIC CHARACTER lt M Coyle Succumbs to Urenia at New CommercIal Hotel Monday at t p m At one oclock p m Monday Mr lit M Coyle died of utenia at the New Commercial Hotel IIe had been sick for about two months and his death was not unex pelted His wile who came hereabout ten days ago was the only met bar of his family ptefent when hu died Ills re nrins ware tJkcn to Bowling Green he hom of the fam- Ily for Interment Tuesday Judge Coyle was n tlnner l1 trade and bed been located here for about eight months He served RS Police Judge of Glasgow for eight years lIe Was noted for his excentrlelty He had spent the last ten years of his Iifc In gavel and following VllriOUtl occupatlous but he has not sailed off ona longer voyage than ever be fore lie was Inclined to the Catho lie belief and before his death was visited by Father Roof of Central City At the request of the widow Mr S A Anderson was appointed admin Istrator of the estate HalfSick SarsaparillaInhave taken It every spring as a blood purify I n g and nerve strengthening medicine- S T Jones Wichita Kans If you feel run down are easily tired if your nerves are we1k and your blood Is thin then begin to take the good old stand ard family medicine Ayers Sarsaparilla Its a regular nerve lifter a perfect blood builder slkaabottle AU blI1W ayeteSrreparttlaoldranulymedicine 1011011 w wad bO eathae J C4na CO I owsUHete WHEN IN HARTFORD STOp AT TIL- ECommerciaLNew Services firstclnss An mod ern convenience Rates ReasonableRO- WANA HI Proprietor Spring MlJdicine There Is no other season whon good medlclilo Is so much needed M In the Spring Tho blood la impure weak and impoverisheda condition indicated by pimples and other eruptions on tho taco and bOdy by deficient vitality loss of appetite lack of strength and want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and PlllMako tho blood pare vigorous and rich cruto appetite glvo vltant strength and animation and cure tamLybeginfloods Sarsaparilla has been used n our lamil for some time and slways wth good resUlts Last spring I was aU rundown and got a bottle of It and as usual received great benefit Miss Dzgur Bona stowe Vt I Hoods JaroJparllla promises to euro and keopD tiro promlco HHHHHH IIH I SELECT KY 1i a i t 4 Kt V gettlngRev Miller will fill his regular ape polutment here the 4th Sunday Born to the wile of Mr P Darze on the 9th Inst a boy Mr J n Snodgtals Morgantown has been In our town buying ties Mr J S James visited his sister Mrs Miller Sunday Mr J J Stewart has been east to purchase his spring stock of goods Mr Ell Ranney left Sunday for Greenfield Ill They are preparing to build a new school house la Oak Grove district r Hows This We offer One Hundred Dolldra Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hells Catarrh Cure FI Caeney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last r5 years and believe hIm perfectly honorable In all business transactions and finan daily able to carry out any obllga- tlons made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Drug gists Toledo O Walding Klnnan Marvin Wholesale Dauggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh CUre Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho sfstem Testimonials sent frcePrCce qc per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family piUs are the best y We should be glad to have our cor respondents write regularly each week Communications must reach I1S not later than Wednesday to In enre pubtlEation No communi cation can be published unless the real name of the writer Is attached t To the Friends t And Patrons of she r ECONOMYtt DRY GOODS STORE It r J We want to say that we are once more in the lead with the most complete line we have ever carried and want our old 4 customers to come and see us and bring as many new customers for us as they can We have adopted the Oneprice plan andlthat the lowest possible r We prosise you the finest assortment to select from ever displayed in Hartford allt1 grays more care tion this Spring than we ever did before Our General Dry Goods Department is THINGStj we are on furtherethan Louisville to do our buying Before you make your Sptirig purchases ci visit the ECONOMY STORE and we will show you a complete line of Clothing Gents Furnishings Dry Goods Notions Shoes flats Carpets and the prettiest E linen of Ladies Misses and Childrens Slippers ever brought to Hartford Our line of Millinery is the cheapest hdstrictly upto date The biggest part of our Millinery Ribbons Etc we bought in New York and we are thereby enabled t to give prices and styles you never saw equaled in this section Come and in spelt our stock before buying We are convinced that it is an insult tot your good sense and jUdgment to ask you two prices for an article as we know you iare wise enough to that no one ev ii uponitmente it THE ECONOMY STORE e 44 Mrs Sara Collins Smith Propr HatforcI Republican FRIDAY APIUI 17 illinois Contra RallrondTlmo Table New Ume ear4 takIng cUe ct i4iin4iY Dec T- 1ont t4Ih flooD IDmId o1Ih UflJN- ola2dao 170 m No IH di1l1 Q n- No 102 No 101 tIne 8t7 p III dOe2t7rmNo122 ai NoUldu3I1II Lural 1rtllfto- 1tI1e7aaflL No1fi lie n pmt- 4 II S UWKTU Agent aaNtasflnsnflern v EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS Of Kentucky to be Well Displayed at the Fair The display Kentucky 13 to make In the EduuttonAl building at the Worlds Fair next year will opeq the eyes oI edncltors eyerywhcre to Ken tucltys posslb1ltles In eductlonal- afialrl The Kentucky Exhibit AR- Ioclatlon has pnced nt the head of Its nducatlonal txblblt committee Pro leslOT n G Brovnnll rrlnclpal of the Manual Training HIgh Scbool of Louisville anti he has appointed 20 of the states best known educators as his Associates on the committee They are as follows Professor H Va McChesney Frankfort Profcsor R P Hnlleck Louisville Professor W H Butb010mew L1ulsv1l1e Professor F Paul Anderson Lexington Dr Chase Paluir Danvllle Pre1cient William Dinwiddle Jackson Dr W Prost Berea Dr B B Muntooti Louisville Dr P V Collins Louis rifle Dr Arthur Roger Georgetow- Soperthtendent A Casidy Lexh2g too Superlutendeut S I Frogge- Franklort Profeesor C J Crabbe- Asblandj Professor McHenry Rhodes Owensboro Professor T S AUer- Del1evue Professor C C Cherry Dowling Green Professor Enos Spencer ItutsviIIe Miss Pttle S HUll Loulsvllk Mrs Lily It Bracken Louisville and Mrs B Tnckr Louis yule 0Ramons Tonic Rcgulator Is the most popular nil rouud medicine we have ever handled It Is a gentle laxative a healthful tonic and prompt health restorer ItuHltome large tin box 25 cipJHWiilIams m 7AS1OElXAE- mltLeItsKind Yoa Pate Away Bouth 5rit n Summer Fairyland To those who ate planning a sum mar outing and zeek1ng green fields and pastures new some place wheN they may csst care aside arid rom inane with primitive nature where tho the sun shines ever brlg1Uy cooling bretzea nlways blow and great beat Is unknown It is rfey promised that among the rocks and lakes of Muskoka district about zoo miles north of Toonto situated In the Highlands of Ontario iooo feet above sea level they will find en chautment Handsome illustrated descriptive pubUcatlons will be sent free to any address on application to R McC Smith Southern Passenger Agent Grand Trunk Railway 224 Wood ward Ave Detroit Coming Prohibition Conventlon The Kentucky State Prohibition Qnvcution will convene In LousvIlle at 2 p m Tuesday May 5th and continue through May 6th It will be a MnsfI Cuuventlon evey voting Prohibitionist present a delegate and AU members of the W CT U or ofthefunlliesof voting Prohl- bltlonlsts present will be fraternal delegates One and one third rate for the round trip on the certificate plan will be charged delegates voting or raternal by nUroiliroads In thestate with prIvilege to remain lu Louis yule three days alter Convention ad Thoueanda Hnve Kidney Trouble anti Dont Enow it now To YItId Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your Water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or Set tflng Indicates n unhealthy cond- ltIu of the kld neys If It staIns your lineA It Is evidence of kId- ney trouble too frequent desIre to pauIt or pain In Iha back t Glo biadderareWhAt to Io These Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRoot thebackInabllllytoIt or bad effects followIng use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necer4tty of being compelled to go ofen tlmudurlnrordinary effect of SWJmpRoot Is soon realized Itslands the hlghesl for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cues If you need a medicine you should have the tset Sold by druggists tn SOc andl sizes I You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that tells tjfabsolutelyAddress Dr Ktimer nome or 5wznpRoot Co Binghamton N Y When writing men lion reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwaznpRoot Dr KHmers- SwampRoot and the address Binghamton NY on every bottle jOl1rnll But a delegates certificate must he obtained from depot agent where the going ticket Is purchased and prerented at the Convention In order to get the reduction on return ticket Every Prohlbltlonllt In the state together wlh their famtlkc and every member of the W C T U who can possibly attend are earnestly re- orrqutod to be pieent anl thexby show their appreciation of the cause of Prohibition And all who In any wry desire to see the beverage liquor traffic killed or crippled are cordially lnvitd to attend LIter a program for the meeting will be printed and nil who desire a copy prior to the Couvsutlon are requested to notify these headquarters Cordially J D Smith State Chairman Grip Romodiosin Gront Demand When colds and grip arc prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are lu great demand Mr Joseph D Williams of McDntI VtI says that he was cured ofa very deep and lait lug attack of la grippe by using Chamberlains Cough Remedy alter trylugeeveral other preparations with no effect For sale by Idrug- gIstsccrLxLhBear thelbs Kin Yol Have Awt JtIt- BIratuo 1IfrIl vl- r May Hold up Their Skirts It Is lawfulior women to hold their skirts high and dry In Joplin In mud dy weather Such Is the decision rendered In Judge Potters court Miss Plo WtIlImms had been arretted for holding her skirts somewhat higher than usual She demonEtrat ed the elevation of her skirts and ex plalned to the court that her action had been prompted by a desire to keep her silks out of the mud She was dIscharge1Jop1in Mo telegram to Chicago Inter OCtan II Danger of Colds and Grip The gre1test danger from colds ncd grip Is their resulting In pneumo It reasonable care Is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remsdy taken all dAnger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for thece diseases wehaveyct to Itlr1 of a single cue hayIng resulted Iq pneumonia which shows conclusively that It Is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease It will cure a cold or an at tack of the grlplln less time than any other treatment It Is pleasant and sale to take for pale by all druggists CASTORIAFor Infant 1d Children Tho Kind You HaY8 Always Bought foam thedSignature or r4 The Presidents western tour con tlnus enthusiastic crowds greeting him everywhere Decline of Moonshining Moonshining In Kentucky has declined to about onetenth of Its pro portions of twenty years ago a shown by the figures of the local rev enue department Since the first of the yearthere have been about twenty pUns destroyed whereas a score of years ago the demolishment would have auloltated to perhaps 200 stIlls There is B remarkable decline In the Illicit trade said Maj R L lIaqcOc Ijfly een pJeased with receat rpo isiu not prepared with any eXAct figures but some peo pie even predict that the trade will eventually cease n1to ether I dorft expect that however though it will grow lessCouricr Journal Very few p opll ever get B soft berthwithout hard work Apparently well founded complaints of cruelty to Inmates of the Central Asylum1 at Likeland are being ouli daily investigAted There seems to be dLpoaitiou to go to the bottom of the matter Kentuckians will ev- crywhere endorse the summary punishment of any cruelty or unkindness to the States heJplesswlrJJ S SHORTHAND accomplllbmentfor woman I Learn It Hero We teach all busneu branch CL Correct method Large patronalfe 3nter nny time JOOD FOlf 518 A WeeK WlIefor catalogue Lockyoars Busiaoss College vansvilleIn4 1CRailroad Ireat preOnratloas are being made for thR en- tertnlflment nt New Orlenn or V I lItllod- Iber trleoda on tbuoeuaIon or tbu Annual Renunion Uruted Confederate Veterans Whic tskce pla to Now Orleen 1ay 18 to ro 11103 nod la order that large nuinbere may attend there b a 110 made on the liiiuuie Ctoo- UlLt It 1111 rate o- fI Cent a Mile III oneh direction trot nil tntione south of the 0111 river to New Otiane ilekut t tLl rate for thti ocezuion will bo on nle Muy 18 to 21 cml for trimin ebednld to nrrlve in New Or- leisu Lloru noon on Tiiy lJ They will be good fur return tinfil May 24 und COD be ezteudc4 on J1a3IIIent of tOe to June IG laUculotH or your 10101 ticket A J cIIOUOAII- JIIvlolon lneenccr geflt New Orlolloe 0 W 1lIIIIW- Vlvlloll liueenger Agullt Joolarllle- A II TTIAJIAhlellgo THE BURTON GHOST- It iicnrcd tJu lunold LzpIore Z iund- Icauaa Itt hog Whcvo wu tlierG n bner IliflIl I wondcz than t3ir lUchard Burton Once though his aCt Ialtod and his breath came In gusts A ghost did tt of COI11 and thIs was too mnnner of It Burton was told ot n bonito In London Quito a poor mrt ot house hr tho way which woe said to ho hauttetl I lto not OOJcC 1t cplltxl Burton Then he was tolll that It was n nptclally terrl- ble lind ot ghost and ho said ho didnt- b2icve that either tIc would go and see To tire CWIty hOUSO tire thlro Inst tonnnts had been found dead In bed anti such thlug get talked about went Burton wIth n frlent and n dog Come up with mo snlll ho to hIs friend anti at hIs own request the companion locked Burton lii the room and took tbfJ nilIgreat traveler whispered confidently However It I rIng get ready to como uP and should I ring twlcowoll como quickly The friend waited D8 be was bill ttin- utca passed like hours fits oyro were glued on tho boll banging motionless A long walt Full of foreboding ho WitS on the point ot breaking the conditions and goIng up to prouupect when the belt did ring AntI before he bad tAckled the first flight ot stairs It pealed out again and Up those stairs ho rushed two And three steps at a time you may ho euro To open the door was the work ot on Instant and then Into his nru1 ttO41 fltirtoit almost dead with tUTOr The place Is accursed ho rlllIlxod Wliat liavo you scour begged tim friend Burtons htt1d shook No ito he cllNL 1y poor dogs dtitl Im almuut palsied with fright Mote then that no 110 I tnQOt tell you Now this Is iitlttO trul arid the bouoo was Immediately afterward pulled down Whut did Burton see No one knows lIe la dead now pour fellow arid no ono ever will The three tenunts could tell us but terror and dmth came together to themLoDtlon Tatler ANCIENT MARINERS Qo Delict Thoj held boot the vneap1os Ocean- The landlocked tediteivauean which wan the only sea known to the nomnns- aoo Greeks ot twenty odd centuriemi nit was tllkt with mystlrtous terrors whUo the moro distant lands bordering on It were the abodes of wonders anti strange ptJopJcd Ootls ot monstrous shapes ruled too wntCf1 lnclnnUno sirens tlllt on the Wets and reeks anti on the dry land beyond wero to he found weird enebantresses fire lrulth lag beasts fleece pygmies and dreadful cannibals Mvcnturous voyagers who got Il8 tar all the pillars of nerculc9 now called the strait of GllJrnltnr brought back intelligence that the great ocean beyond wan not navigable It aa part of the mighty river which flowed around the flat oortb In an un endIng stream- Trndition nays that there WflR tn those times nt Gibraltar a stone Iillar 100 cu bits high with a brass statue on It and fin InscrIption stating this to bo the 11m- II of navigation Beyond was a sea ot- tlnrkncss Infested with terrors beyond the power of the ImnglnnUou to con tClo Occasionally n bolt navigator did nevertheless venture outside Into the Atlantic but was compelled to turn beck very quickly A whirlwind would arIse and threaten toswnmp the vessel or more alarming still a gigantic halht- sUPllOsetlto be that of Satan would emerge from the OCctInot eternal gloom and varn ouch the mnrlners Not merely on those accounts was the ocean imlrnetIcntJIo for sliIpt It was reported to ho so dense with salt noes and so crowded with seaweeds and huge beasts that headway could not bo made through It Even up to the time ot Columbus such beliefs Irtvalied and hIs crews were terrIfied on enterIng the Sarogossa sea by the wteds and calms TakeR at IU Word When dealing with black servants In India It I necessary to bo very careful In the wordIng ot ones Instructions for they are sometimes taken very literally A missionary voyaging on fI river boot with primitive accommodation was compelled to use a bucket as a wash bowL One morning his boy servant was bringing the bucket to lila master when bo spilled some ot Jt over the lilt ters feet Why dont you throw It nil over mar mid the missionary Irrl- tublr Abut exclaimed the boy and promptly dId no- Concerittag I1bl1too In Wiid Fruits el the Countryside the author gives some interesting In formation about mtatlos As n pars sito It possesses mummy curious peetiliar Woo among others the tact that It Is the ouly plant whose roots refuse to shoot In time grotnmd Another point about mistletoe Is that it is supposed to grow on the ouk tree Mistletoe rarely grown on oaks Most ot it Js gathered from apple trees Out Oat GirIWbo was that distInguished looking foreigner that was announced just now I dldnt quito catch the tI tlo Other OIziYou wont either Lit Dill lion bus made a catch ot tbntCblcago Tribune The flet lie Could Du- WlmrI1etoro they weN married ho said he would ho willing to dIe for her WnggWell ho bus partially vvove- dIt At any rote ho dUCtint tetllt able to earn a living fur bcrPhlilldolllbln- JlaOtd It wo are looK absent from our friends we forget them It wo ate con Bluntly with theta wo despIse thorn IIazlitt p VNtM1 to Cramped Quorters- Iluabtmti InspectIng house and lot- with a vIew to inirchaseTbo lot Is abl- Iurdly slllall my dear scarcely bIg enough for a flower bed Wife fresh torn tIntEreouklnt- Wa haw A toldlllg flower bedUuiuirt- Bvt Why the Iwoehr Failed 80 the nlv Mr Ooodlty was a fail tire nt that church ell T- YtfI ho tried to bring the congregation Into lmrinony with his ideas In stead of bringing his ideas Into hnrwo- n1 with the eoltgregtttiouExcliangoPersonal EditorYou must tryto cultivate q vein of satire OontrlbutorIow cnn that be dooo Well study yotirselfLife You cant ten the stay n train has gone by the tracks C Tim rind Yon Uno AJnn1f flouht 1l1l1 wheh inia bcii- Iii uso for over tO rcms hot bora ilia lttunO or lIcreAU Countorfelts Imltntlml3 mHlll Jtistttsgocd arc bttb- izI1ei1niont4 that trifle with nrul endanger tio health of- Iuftuts tinti ChL1tlrcnRperienco against fullorhueut What g CASTOFHAVrt- storia Is rt harmless substitute for Cato on PLre gone Drops tulll Soothing Syrtips It la Pleasaut It contains neither Opluni Morphlio nor other NnrcotJo- 8nbstnnce Its ugo Is its guarnntee It lcstrO8 Wornt- nnel nUns Fcvcrhilmness It cures Dlluhron nUll WIiuI OtIlIc It relieves Teething Troubles cures Coustiputlon nUll Platulency It nsslmllntcs the Iootl reGulates tins Stomach Ilul Bowels giving healthy nnal natural alcep Tim Chlhlrcns PanaccaTho loUlcrs JYrlciid CENUINECASTQRiA ALWAYS Bears tho Signaturo of c D u The Kind You lEave Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years The CTU eopy t7 MUUAY STSCCC CW YOU ern i J 41OOEJ IN PRlZR8 The Owensboro TWICE AWREK- MSSENGER still distribute tICnof- n prices of which roo Is In gold smong Its subscribers on and after thisdate and until May919t3 at 4 p m who estimate the nearest to the correct vote Josh Griffith will receive lu Davless county In his race for State Treasurer In the Primary Eke Uon May 9 Ten estimates will be allowed with each Ioo paid lu subscription to THE TWICEAWEEK ZlmSSEN GFR whether new or rene al and a person may subscribe for as many years In advance as desired or for as many single subscribers of cue year each and for each dollar paM will have the privilege of making ten es timates Write us at once for a sample copy of THE TWICEAWEEK MESSENGER containing fun particulars of this offer also for blanks to use In making this estimate Address TIlE MESSENGER Oweusboro Ky SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured by ono I3ottio of Chamberlains Cough Romody When I had nn attack of the grip last winter the second one I acttiaIy ured myself with oue bottle of Cac- aerlains Cough Remedy says Frank W Perry Editor of the Enterptise- Shortsville N V This is the hon eat truth I ot times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking 1 telspoonful of this remedy and when the coughing spell would come Os at night I would take a dose and it seemed that In the briefest interval the cough would pass ofT and I would- ci to seep per ctly free from cough and Its accomponying pains To say that the remedy acted ns a most agree ble surprise Is putting It very mildly I hal no Idea that It would or could knockont the grip amply be- auRe I bad ncvr tried It fur such II purpose but t did and It vcemed- vith the second attack of coughing the remedy caused It to not only be of less duration hut the pains were far esn ervere atirl I had ubt iisrd the contents of one bottle before Mr Grip tad hid me adieu Fr sale by fill lrurgllltll srir ABears he lit Kind Yoi Hal1 Always Bought SIgnature of U A Neat Program Niw that the Dedication CUtlTlo Ics of the Lonl lana PoreImse Expo tltlon he Worlds Fair tre so close at hand the public Is coiumiienci to wonder what St LOl1l hitu tIT Iff r In rime way of entertalunwnt to lIutot town visitors The llendcrncm Rutr mich Is the Worlds Petit Un iits gotten out a- very neat buoklt velltpcke size which contains the cOll1plcte tffiial program of these crllIIII It Is a modern Jllerc of work In ev ry respect printed In green and red- with gray antique cover reid hIgh grade enameled book stock Inside Copies will bN glally lurnlshed on application J J Irwin Grnl Psscnger A gent Go L Garrett Traveling Passenger Agent- IIem1tion RuteL- ouisville Ky Died at Henderson Ernest I3rilett aged terenty years lIed of tphnid lever Snlltlny nlghtat the residence uf AIIelt Helm is lien derson Young ihrthtt wis over1eer fur the Sondlarid and Csniphell place in iIenlereon county and wail n young mart of itcring qnsllties His parents M and Mrs J S Bartlett uf lJl1tfllrd wcrermt his bet3idcie wht11 the enti Clime The reimiain were I brought to this city Tnrdity morning I tti1t111toterumentOtvensboro Mtscrmgtr W dJs Fair Ro- uteBO SVV low rAte xcurlo1s Season 193 One wa CO01161 Tlouets to Points it Cmlifiiin Aitzt TexaOrcgon Washington Montana liah and rtah1cJtct on eDc cvciy dRY to April 30 19 3 One fare rouni trIp to St Loul National ant Intt1natlron1 Good Roaie Convention olrl zt1i to ifay- 2nd Tickttt will be sold April 26th end 27th ooi lIurnlllI to Mty 4 Dedication Ceremonies Louisan- oIurehse HxpOlltlur Worlds Felt April 31h to May 2id Tlckttl will be sold April r9th to UayIt Goo rturaing to May b Thirty first Snngereat of Kmtb American Ssengezguad June lith to- atlm Tickes will Le sold Jute i6tli Irnll r7tb Good rdurnlg to June 22 San Francisco Cal National Atso I elation lJ8b1u Plumbers May 19 Ii 22nd Very low rtlI Tickets os sale flay a and 3 and Msy zith te- ISlb FInal rettirr limit July X5th Los Angeles Cal General Assembly Presbyterian Church May 2Ut tr June 2nd Very low rstcs Tlcket on sale May 2 rind 3 and May mith tc- J Rth Final Icturn limit July 15th Boston Mass National Educa tiocal itasociation July 6th to iotb- OnTsre plus 2 01 round trip Tick its will be sold July 2 to 5 Gool returning to July 12- Denver Col Interuatioiiai Convention United Society Christian Endeavor July 9tbI3th Rates an dates of nile will be announced later Baltimore Md n p 0 E An neal Convention July 19 3 Rmttei and dates will be lnhounced later I For further particulars consult In3 agent B O S W or address OP AgtIor Dlst Passr Agt SouitvilIe Ky HAILROADINGI olJcle1 young men than lu Railroading Wu departInicole Write for particulars statinr what branch of the service you dezirt raUIrnsd inca Addrcs CentrAl Railway Bureau Box 436 Muncie h- idPiiIJation i And nil symptoms nnd Results of Indigestion Alllollilol rammed by the Use of- DR OARLSTEDT1S GERMAN LIVER POWDER Money relunded II you are not pleased with reenlist has cured thousand why not you 1 mmhnrofMOconstiputioaand indIetlon and wapreyatledI- voD to try lit arlitedt Certain Liver toodJielion I once I ilia slice Mr hack ell wa surprtsed to Sod lmU curtd of this- motireadedof bodIl II e is now- awnllmananddceinstuse are afflicted in thu manner deirlN it wilt cost you only 2S cent and should it no II we say the drunbl is authorlued to refund your money THU AMERICAN PIIARMACAL CO IlyansyW m- diLirpthcoiisi I MONTHLY MAGAZINE I A FAMILY LIBRARY III MANY OHORT STORIES AND I I PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS I I 0260 PEn VEAR 26 CTa A COPY I rio CONTINUED STORIES EVERY NUMUER COMPLETE IN ITeJ 0 r= To Ce a idTn DTaw LYttiV OflO Qwnine Tabs F Seven MI1Ion tcxt sold in past 13 months This sgnatiivo t VtiII I SPECIAL PPJCESI I Wo lulO ill stock tho following Ri7R of ruh1our hlt that io nro soiling nt It VOIUCCl prico fhis lino is nIl good goods thoIL 325 foot of a luau lubbor Bolt 4 jltut 8e pOI foot G5II 4cc Se 4 ply ut noIIS28II r II II 1llat 130II 27II U 1t 1 ply at 1OeII 260II 7II Uat1 SeII32 II 8II II plynt 210II 150II 10II II 1 ply nt 20i 7I i 0II 41llY nt 330II beels Maci WorksrINcollloIbtTIu- OWENSBORO KrucicY Homo Phono No 1W Cumlxnhul No 263 0 H ClLn S L O JaARTFORD E ZHandles the BEST und PUREST Whiskio Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stono and Old International spcciu1tio Bock Beer Bock Beer 12 COLLINS CO== lAVfir1J1 NEATLY DONE Nl TillS OlfIce 1vrQ AQlm lCOST tO MOaR TItAN PLAIN ONES rN 1Nhite i3ronZGMr- bIe Is entirely out of date Granite Soon gets ulO11sgrolrn dlEcolond mequires constant elpeuse and tare and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth Ueidctr It is very eeiive White lZotoe Is strkily everlasting Itcannotcramle wth time action of Ioet Mossgrowth is an impossibility It Is more artistic than any stone Then why apt InvestiKatel It line been adopted for nearly one hundnd public monuments I and by thousands of delghted custwers In u puts of thccouutry It has been ou the market over 25 years oed Is an established success Many Jranlte dealers have bought White Droeze for their own burial plots Wet have hundreds of beauiifuldesignaofall grades of worklInd want to have you grncII isimple of White Drone Yours tiuly KyAgcntCons If Zou Want rro keep postelnndothelw ise wellin formed subscribe for I The ItCpublican And get nil the news all the time CHOCTAW OKLAHOMA GULFR R ICombines the Advaiagos of ServioeWith tho Opportunities of a WESTERN COUNTRY DIRECT LINE Memphis to Little Rock Hot Springs Indian and Oklahoma Territories Texas Colorado New Mexico Arizona Old Mexico and the Pacific Coast WIDE VESTIBULED TRAINS PULLMAN DRAWlr4a ROOM SLEEPING OARS PULLMAM TOURIST SLEEPING OARS r FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS O D BACCI OTut Pats Lnj OED L ut 8 P T A Clclmll Ola ur1 Roil Irtisims Call for a SenatorIal ConventIon At a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of the 71h- enator1nl District held at Beaver Dam Ky DecClUbtr 20 19112 It Was orderid that a COnVlhtlon be held In each of the voting precincts In said district on Saturday July ii 193 nt 2 p Ui for the purpose ofelecting delegates to attend a county convene tiortn heheldat the county Brat of each county It said dlstllct on Mon day July 13 1903 ot I p nt which eunty conventions rhall elect delegates to attend II Isirict convel1tlun SaturlayJuly4 ctndldllte for State Senator lu said district Time representation In time county convention shall be ommedsie tate for eAch 25 or fraction over 12 votes cast or McKinley for PresIdent I repreltcntatlonhe one vote for eAch one or Irmctiomm I over 5 votes cast for McKinley frr President In 19iC The eauiidate rc- ceivimig inajtity of All the votes cast In tllid district convention shall Republicanttor In said lI1trlctN- ICHOLAS DA1UtASS CItmn- M S RAorNr SCCYIoTO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY AlldruggistI W Orovus 1IlfIlltQfein on tneh bPI SSc no ATTEtJTUJN Whn Ownlur call on ti Hi ta1tIsn denier ln Iure trslgbt Wbtsktea Apple and lescb liraptils Ant rrnuk Fbr 1IlnlJ Co itix orders will reiive prompt AUtlllloa- Tho bet SLOG Wblblo the Stat Wiii CSHIO1Iowensboro ptaVNow is thO time to subsciibe for The Hurtro d 1tepub1in THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWeek EdltlonAI most a Dallyat the Price of a Weekly The lresldentinl campaign is over but the world goes on JOlt the sum and it ii lull otnew To lear thll news Jut R8 it laprointly and Iiirtiaflyaii tbnt you bay to thy Is to look 01UNewsmilier ISO tllIIII a year naapmzbllaherevorthe JogUlli lsngiuge 10 spokenand you wantit subacriptionuut1ooled UOIlMr and TUIIUrl1aLICAII together onsenr for l rpltular 9Iptclll 300 AiO Yt4 n t M1IMlIZ1Cures ybox2S tfND m lI Jll Co U IIA11NICTT 0 t SUTO BARNETT l1 SMiTH IAT1OJtNEYS AT LAw I1InuUtn ICY- t hi ill the courts ot AlipalsHiecinitllr car COnUun al thu lrartlo ul rlln inllNpViilictt JNO B VILSON- Arr01NE AT LAW I HARJFOHD KY I Spedslattntin IIlrn In coUsetlon making WilDIJ E DAVIDSO- NAttorney at Law I1A ltTFOnD Ky adjoinrgeonntielit entrusted to 1110 care ariionr ITrOIUIPIIILtI thernqtsof0kbI S1cialttteniin t t ulletIna E P NEA- LAttorney nt Law hARTFORD KY Will prMUe hi rrlon In all the rourts ot- Eatueky IItdalllUDlloa sdveu to roll lIon pltltt 01 dvdatts NlalH road case RII- InlttlalrAPtI nm1IrflllrlCIII Week J S U WEDDING 1 OflitlY a1 CVUN5fLlOR at lAW IIAWWORD KY WI prtkw St pruieiou h all II 41l11arb ot Ohited adjtlatascotntl nrnt the roart efAp peas trotit attention Inti to nil lnelne- untrntt4to lr 15 lit tLHII- Ii U WEDDING Attorney fit Law 11UUTOXID Ky rnttnrny ud uzndeforOLloConn ty ItlICOTOtlOeUuktf luk IJhnAI FUOllT W000WAI- IIHEAVRIN WOODWARD OtCtt c c 1 IIIrfld I theirlo all ti rurITqLIu 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