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Digital page images are linked to the text file. trf 4 4 I TilE HARTFORD 1 REPUBLICAN FineJob Work a Specialty OFFICIAL oaen OF THE PAiTiIITiE FOURTH CONOanSrONALDISTBlcrl Subscription a year vote XV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 24 1903 No40I n now long will It tnke the man to fin tile sack it he 1oe not stop the leak 1 To attempt tolourish tile bodywlen thu stolllucl1 Ii dll tryIngacI with the hole In It V1ICn the 6l0llUichIUIII other mttlUvo8- JJll nuttlttveo- iguns ate 111 en5etl there is a coratullt lotA of nutrition Enough Is eaten bodyloses ptoof that the food oaten is waited- because It II not and Ale tlrnllatell Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dllconry cures of tile stomach anti other of digestion and- nutrition It sLaps the leaki by nutri Uun1 lost and unable tiio tUIIdJflg of tbe body by the nutri derived from f The gtJu inIweight proves the cure whotlbStredNautacket toutorooUmnlnontha IIrall to havedjatrcastng ra1Dulht doctoraa1ngive me inJkjne hat It diet not do any goodz boat Si poads in thret month I thin corn fIIcua tltlnre Dr 1iercea rnedtdacs sad flOOD ofColJna letIttithlng Dr Plenc Plcaiaut Pellcts cure con stipationMEAT MALT y41J5It Towto ANO 1CONUTRUtly- fTheres tit aiti Streegth In Every Drop A scJenlllc cornWctloa of the tiecuti- elcdItltlol PlUME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT todm1ltJ JUIDUII18o EAT UALT CO Loulsvtfle Ky umliwd tstant Malt- putporalbn aDd bsmg oroaahtraCIulatcd wtth- Its 1110 ant toodo ot aanoicturs can lUll d tltlno eSete neyearut tiood tonic J excite the arcetit sal lnvlCoate dlJrlllon me I JdaU lonervoca prosuafton mod al1dcaacsatteododwtthdebIthy IDKAEfllNMDLoilivifle I7L1T a lAlT 00 LuusvWe rr DAVIESS O4T1 I BANK TRUST OOO- WENSMORO KY Cash Capital 1150000- 51h1d AddIl LIbllltr 50000- Ouarlll faudlar CuslMs SI 00000 Xlti revM ibjqc to ebeck- botbln to depcit eck oos au ran be done tl7 u IoSeI paid ci t1rn depctt- sI PElt CENTfortSrQorthJl0r4Ireal LSktrbi4saImm4Imt417cti 111 UDZRIOf Iiwa- ilastSHORTHAND tW1 valmabla teach Correct mvtr7 LearN all aicnmPJIbllletlt1 LocllyeuS Business Callese EnnlUelad 101 ConstipatIon rahLronl axaUrRyruanldcal remedyto per ZccIlj tarInivaIUUdOraIIctrCfltflltaJ2CC5 1lCetG Miss Ida M Snyder Treriultrcr of the HroOkIyn Enet Lad Art ClRbo I If women would pay more tiintJon to thefr health we would have more happy wives mothu and dauSMc and If they would observe result they would find that the doctors prescriptions dolet orm the meny toFu they are Slwa credit for H In couutIng with my druggist hi ael- vised Mdlru Wins of Cardul and Theel fords llIackDrauht andso I took It IIId have every caJon to thank him for a new life opened to mc with restored health lilt It only took three months to cure mc Wino cI Cardul isaregulatoruf the mentrual function ii a most aa tonic for women It caroi scantyoupreseed tOolrequcnt hug faIllng of the womb whites antI flooding It la hood helpfulwhen approAchingwomant birth anti in of life It frequently bring a dear to homes that barren for earAUhave 8100 bottks of Wino CardulWINEOCARJHJI S I S- cJ tr ORESOME fiNDS IN HART Four Skeletons and Ancient Relics Discovered In a big Cave Remains In Sitting Posture with a Childs lones In Wo inanLaiIu- ufordvLIle Kfj April 20Some Interesting discoveries have been made apd curious relics uueatthed la Liens Cave on what II know U the SUI Taylor lana near Cub Rnn- thu cotenty Thin In avert large cave anti baa been explored quite a distance recently Several persons tblflk they have discovered evidences of gold deposits In the caVe and Mr C D Hodges claims to have found In It nuggets of pure gold Mr Hodges yesterday took with him a party of three men and went Into the CAve prospecting for gold They had with them what they term a Spanlah dip needle About one huudred feet from the mouth oCtbe cave the needle dipped and they at Once began digging at the spot where the needle pointed They had not du far when they unearthed a human skeleton and In quick succession anotheraud another until they found fourboneso- Ctwo mea one woman and one little child They had no means of ascer taming how long these skeletons had ben there but evidently for a tong time Each had been burled In a sitting posture with the hands clnaImg the knees ud the bodies snrronidd with snasel sbellllThe lkeleta were an perfect not a bone mincing The woman seemed to have been btlr led with her babe In her tap Mr hodges says her entire form could be sully distinguished the flesh seeming to have turned into a grayish sort ofdust which was ualll- dlatlllpllbabtc from the earth which enveloped It The roof ot the mpnth- of this skeleton was still Intact In addition to the shells near each body were found a number ofOtcr- atticles which are evidently hdisic relic inch uhotJe need1i adpnrt- icularly beautiful and artistkIlty carved bone knife la a perfect state of preservation anti almost as sharp on the edge as a razor Mr Hodges thinks there are many other bodies burled In this cave and he Is prepare lug to make turther and extensive ex- cavltiosa A peculiar faCt Is that the woman seems to have been murdered There la a deep cut In the back of the head evidently inflicted by a blow with a tomahawk which punctured the skull and penetrated the brain Mr Hodgea and his party became so Interesting in their find that they momentarily lost sight of the gold for which they were searching but later found evidences aumcleutto Jut tilT a betle that there ii more or Ieee- oC igoid deposit la this caves Excursion and Cheap Rates Os account Confederate Veterans Reunion New Orleans La May19 to 22 round trip tickets will be sold from heaver Dam at rate of 53 6o tickets on sale Nay z6 to 21 Inclu slve limited to May 24 for return An extension until June 15 may be obtained by depositing ticket with joint agent New Orleans not earlier than May z6 nor later than May 24 and payment of fee of 50 cents No stop over privileges allowed One way secoudclass Colonist tickets will be sold daily until JUne 15 from Beaver Dam to San Francisco and other California point at speclat rate of 33 75 Ou account Spring Meeting Luis yule Jockey Club the ollowlng ticket rates wm be mane from Beaver Dam Ky lur round trip May t and 2 return limit May 20 420 May 3 to 19 return limit 3 days from date of eae 420 May 2 return limit May 4 3 15 MSY9 return Umtt May 11315 May i6 return limit May 18315 On account Paducah Street PaIraud Carnival round trlptlcketwm be sold from Beaver Dam at tate of one fare f355 tickets on sate May II to lb tlmlted to MAY IJ for return On account Gnerat Assembly Presbyterlalc llr h Los Angeles Cal May2t WJisneZ vthnd trip tkketewlll bee ldirom Deaver Dam to LoAngelee d Sat Pianciv at rate ot f5 Isgolnkaud rdurnlnr via dlrec routes au64 IS going via direct toute and retuhiing vIa Port laud aud northern route Tickets on sale Ma1i 5213 14 IS16and 11 I93 R tnrn limit J jI5 1903 On ouit G A R Uncampinent- LoulsvillC yIMay j9 to 20 round- trip tiekei wlllbesold from Beaver Path to Louisville or 3lstlcke 8 sold May 18 and J limited to MAY in for return BarO2lXAB- ea M IjtI- Slptw n t rIof u I 1 ith I HEIRESS To a Large Estate Found Among Cree Indians lIer Parents Were IUllec1 Wbel1 She was a Child and by an Accident a Relative Discovered lIer Where abouts Kallspell Mont April 20An other white girt has been Sound among the Northern Indians She Is Mtlilld Vo lnqu1atwb Is heiress to a large estate in Stockholm Swcd- en Por nearly fifteen years a search for the girl han been In progress and that It has been brought to a success fut termination Is the result of an accident When John Andereon a relative appeared In tItle pat of Montana a year ngo and made inquiries or a family named Younqulst no one could aid him Pinally he met an old resident who remembered that many years ago Prank Younqulst had tried to operate a rance In the extreme northern part of the State close to what is now the Blackfoot reservation One day the ranch was raided by Cree Indians who killed Mr and Mrs Younqulst and curled away their little baby girt Mathilda who was then 4 years of age Andeson today suet the girl with a baud of Crees She told him she been carried away by the Indians a great tnany years before after her father and mother had been killed and that since then she had been with the Indian and was the wife of a member of the baud who was killed la a snow elide a Sew weeks ego She remembered nothing of her par ents she said exrept that they were like Anderson AU she had ten to remember them by was a little gold ring which her lather had given her ont day There was vrlting on the Inside ot this ring but as she could Bot reAd she did not know what It was o Tking the ring the woman handed kim mea read4he inscripflon- Insde which settled the identity of the owner of the ornament It reads To Mathilda from Papa and Mam- ma Younqulst z885 Anderson and the girl will go to Sweden lamed lately SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured by one Bottlo of Cham berlains Cough Remedy When I had an attack of the grip last winter the second one I actually cured myself with one bottle of Chain ber11na Cough Remedy says Prank W Perry Editor of the Enterprise ShortavlUe N Y This Is the hon eat truth I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a teaspoonful of this remedy and when the coughing spell would come on at night I woutd take a dose and It seemed that la the brlcfut interval the cough woatd past off and I would go oltee perfectly free trout cough and its accompanying pains To say that theremedy acted as a moM agreeable surprise Is putting It very mildly I had no Idea thatlt would or could knock out the grip simply be cause I had never tried It for such a purpose but it did and ltseemed with the second attack of coughing the remedy caused It to not only be of less duration but the pains were tar less severe and I had not used the contents of one bottle before Mr Grip had bid me adieu For sate by all druggists O l1WOnXA lean 1tLildYotHncJwIT3Oee- glttSomething Slpw 11 of A A Blanche dldat marry a titled for elguer after all did she said Maud No only a plain American replied Curs But they say heer gets as drunk as Ii tordiNew York kvening Sun Grip Remedies In Croat Do mand When colds and grip are prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are In great demand dr Joseph D Williams of McDuIf Va says that he was cured Ofa very deep and iati- ng attack of la grippe by using Chambertalll Cough Remedy after trying severatotber preparations with so effect For sate by ait drug- gistscxoxtxiasst 1hs1Lh4oulietincp18M- iitLimitations r4 Squire CornlodderThls free malt delivery Is great alut Itl Dilly ShoemakerWall Squat I nOIexcuseYOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARTAK luG Wben outka aroves Teataio Chili 1oulo b MU the formula Is Idninly ptlDttd on ever boto- Ue phowlog that It I IWI1r Iron ud Qolnlllel1- t1l8 1IOtnl till Vitro tioor ale t 0- r ADOffiCIHES TO O- t A FAIR fEATURl AU the WcltllIown Tribes Will fJc FUlly Represented Washington April III St Louie- will have R Wild West show lu connection with the government Indian exhibit at the LouisiamtPurchase Exposition Capt Tanner acting corn missioner of Indian o41air received a letter from St Louis today stating that the exposition officials bad agreed to make an appropriation of 50000 to supplement theappropria- tioi of 40000 made by the govern nient for an Indian exhibit ThIs will make IOOOO available for this feature of the exposition and wilt en able the secretary of the nteJlor to provide some spectacular features In connection with the Indian exhibit It was decided some time ago by Mr Jones commissioner of Indian af lairs after a consultation with Seere tasy Hitchdck that the exhibit would be contlnqedto a showlag of the progress made In the Indian schools unless the exposition authorities made an additional appropriation for the spectacular features Mr- S M McGowan repreaent1ng the In tenor department who is nowin St Louis has Inlormed the department of the action of the exposition om dais Plans lor the exhibit wilt be under taken as soon 8s the agreement be tween the department and the exposl- tlpn officials has been formally enter ed Into Officials of the Indian bur au will undertake to collect repre sentatives of all the Indian tribes that had their home In the Louisiana pntchilse This wilt include aU of the wellknown trlbesth Aropahoes Apaches Cheyeunes Crows Utes Pueblos Flatheads and Sioux The members of the five civilized tribes in the Indian Territory were removed lron the East anc3 South after the Louisiana purchase but they will probably be represented in the ex hibit There wilt probably be an arrangement of games Seats of skill and dances peculiar to the different tribes although It can not be yet determined just how far the department wilt be- willing to go In preparing for this form entertainment The policy of the Indian bureau Ia pronounced against encouragement of this class of exhibItions as experience has shown that they have a demoralizing effect upon the Indians Officials of the bureau feel how ever that this wilt be the last opportunity for a collection of the real blanket Indians whose numbers are growing rapidly less each year They are willing to encourage this feature of the exposition believing It wlllbe the last opportunity thatwllt be afforded 10 any considerable sum ber of people to see the Indian as he existed haifa century ago when the Louisiana purchase waS young Detals of the exhibit will be decided upon noon after Indian Corn missioner Jones returns front his wes tern trip In MayO In Memory Qf Mary Morris who died March i6 193 Our house la len unto us des olate the smile and merry voice that made it sunshine Is gone The pres ence of one that made our home and friends happy Is ml88led and earth has lost Its beauty and music Its power for our Mary Is dead The beautiful flowers she planted here will bloom when spring returns but she wilinot behold them Her heart wilt not anSwer to the glad call of nature the tight ol tile has gone front her eyclI orever for our Mary Is dead To day one month ago Marys soul To heaven took its Sight To dwelt where aU Is peace and love AU beautilul and bright Deep In thesllent grave Outdarling daughter sleeps Although her soul Is sale In heaven Her lonely parents weep PAIIRR ND MoTurt Constipation and biliousness can not be cured In a nlchta week neither can one withstand the debilitating eflects of the ordinary liver pills for veeks but the gentle action of Ramons Treatneat of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets make onereet grad sally Improved as the treatment pro greseano bad times but a contln ned rapId Improvement A months treatmentone 250 trIal boxwll make the chronic sufferer rejoice A trial will convince youi let us supply you 111 Williams in- e Xeep Xt in Your Home anti when the bowels fall tit act prop erly take a dose of LYONS LAXArIV- BSnypoIt acts gently butelTectua1y on thekidneys liver and bowels will keep your system In good working oraer and wake your complexion clear j For sale byj TboaAilcn RoslueZy l KENTUCKY STANDS ALONE he Only state In the Union that has not ProvIded for Repre t sentatlonat the FairI The action ofthe Tennessee egla- alure In snaking an appropriation for ndlsplay of Its products resourcesI and industries at the Worlds Pair In St Lenin next year leaves Ientucky the only State In the entire country that has not provided for adequate representation Ilt the exhibition and Kentucky has ii better reason for be big reptesented there than any other State She has more to show and Mt undeveloped wealth needs to be brought to the attention ofthe world 11or five months the Kentucky Ex- lilbit Association haq conducted a cinpaigu as vigorous for aubserip- tfona to the 100000 fund on any Cmpl1lgl1 ever waged every leglt- lufte mtRIIB hAS been resorted too to bring contributions in but the FCc the State have not awakened to- erealizatiou of the fact that the ine has arrived when the Associa lion should know exactly what amount of money It will have toI cnd on a bl advertisement of the state at the Exposition The Association has laid plans that will give Kentncky more name and fame at the Pair than wasever before given a State It has selected an attractive design for a State building that will cost 3oooo and has secured space in the main buildings oftbe ex- Position lOT exhibits ot products re- sOurces and Industraca that wilt take iooOO for their collecting trans putting installing and maintenance during th Pair its directors and committeemen have been riving their time and money without hope of reward and are enlisted to fight It out of this line ifit takes aU lumDJtr The movement these publlcspIrl- tc citizens have inaugurated must uccecd or Ientucky will not he rep resented at the exposition Every other State will Can Kentuckiano permit this Those who have not subscribed to the fund should not walt a minute longer While the ex position a year off the collecting of- theextiiblts and the begInning of the bIidiug should not be delayed It takea mntkrnd rnonth to prepare for the display and the Association deserves to 1nowat once whether or not It Is to have sufficient funds to carry the work forwaik Death ofEdie Davidson At his hone four miles routh of Shreve Ohio county April r 1603 Edie Wesley Davidson son of Edward and Amanda Davidson In the thirty fourth year of his age Edle as he was called by all was born at the place of his death December zo 18G9 He had been In bad health for some two or three years sufiering front that dreaded disease consumption which was later complicated by heart and kidney disease While he suffer ed a great deet he never complained very greatly of his condition and only remarking to his physicians and friends that If something was not done he could not bog survive He told his mother that while he loved life as wen as any one yet he felt that he could never get well and that he was willing to diea great consolation to her Edie waS a great reader arid had quite a library ofweU select ed books of history and travel which he had carefully read On April 2 J93 after funeral services by the Rev Robert Oldham his remains were laid to rest In the James Roach graveyard near his home In the presence of hl friends and relatives LHG hay Fever Unknown Certain It Is and many years of- dareful experience are back of the statement that hay lever and kin dred annoyIng and troublesome summer aflections distressing toso many thousands aU over the country recurring us tegularlyas July and Aug- tzst are absolutely unknown In the Highlands of Ontario Thousands people go to Muskoka Georgian flay or the Lake of Bays every year for nothing else but to avoid hay ev 4 and find perfect Immunity front the ailment and many by going there regularly for a period ofB few years are said to permanently cured Hay fever booklet cart be had free for the asking by applyIng to R McC Smith Southern Passenger Agent Guand TrunkRal1way 524 Woodward Ave Detroit News From the West Chivthgton Cot April 9 J903 Everybody Is busy just now helping poor opes up on their pegs and iklnnlng those thatareilvlng up the ghOst Cattle arC very weak and dy- Ing front the efiects of the storm of February the 22nd to March the zoth which wns the worst storm Inthe history of the state and caused the death ot thbusands otcnttJe and iheep but It Is warm nod nice now and the ground Iarnoiat and gram Is litertlng nicely butwill be two weeks lCore stock will get Itlu aluudauce- Mcat all stock men are plowing for a- 1t eL crop of sorghum for feed trusting providence for water ln the form of rain to grow It Good crop seasons p e a wit out ltrlatioii ball tiink this will be an ltleAI one IfJ the ground Is wolstCrom tht snutci tnt trJC Ul0UUctlUS ne fufl of snow rhlch most always titrttrer plenty ol rain Well It Is quite 1ettrttt Ire In th- edayiee hIv tJlrIlthe bqrklng And scampering to their holes ot thousands of prairie dogs and the hiss of the rattle snake and buzzing of the favorite old house flIes all Join in to make It pleasant but when night spreads her dark wings and all nature seems wroped lu sweet sleep It it then tbat the screech of the little owl and the doleful howl of the coyote make the coitT ihUtsgodown JOUr back and almost make one wish that he wan back In the States In the old log cabin roiled up In a big feather bed JTWnrrznw Wondrous Alaska When Secretary of State William II S ward In 1867 purchased Alaska of Russia for 7200000 In gold what a howl went up train the Democrats of the country I Then Il now the party was seeking a political Issue after the logic ql events had destroyed Its previous ones The extrava gance ot paying that sumand In goldtooor over 5ooooo Equate otjnrgatlon1Bnt the American people This country has never nbtorbed more territory from the purchase of Louisiana down to the acquIsition of our Insular pos sessions that the acthas not been ap proved by the people They believe In expansIon and In the case of Alas ka they were willing to endorse See wards act In the lull belief that that astute statesmen knew what he was doingBut thought this was trueevenWil lam HSeward bullded better than he knew lie did not dream of the golden I hoards hddeu In the sands oft Alal1kau rivers or under the tundra of the Cape Noiie district The In vestment Uncle Sans made through him is now paying too per cent per year and the revenues are of course steadily increasing No Is it the gold alone nor yet the fur trade and fisheries which constitute the wealth of thegreatlehvd area as great as thstltGrcat Brltlan Prance and Spain combined The ruth of gold seekers compelled men for their own subsltal1ce to experiment Is to Its agricultural and stockralslng pos- S rlitfcs It was thus proved tat thousands of qnare r0119 tu- EJuthern Alaska are adapted to the raising of VtIittcLica and gruB and tkat etlIc nd nhcep fiourIbh and r ultIpl Alotig the aooo mites of coastline ou the kacthc the coldest temperature does not tall below 8 de grees above zero In winterand here In Toledo the mercury falls below the zero line at times The permanent population is growing and within a Jew decades AlAska wilt be knocking at the dOJr asking admission na one of the states of tue Union It Is what a Democratic statesman speaking of the annexation of Cuba once called manifest destlnyToledo Blade Ramon s Tonic Regulator Is the most popular aU round medicine we have ever handled It Is a gentle laxative a healthful tonic and prompt health restorer Handsome large tin box 25 cts J H Williams m S Some Good AdvIce When a mans ways pleAse God he maketh even his enemies to be at peace with htmProv t67 The spirit to do something make somethIng and save something Is seizing the negro aU over the country We can dignity any position or call lug If you are a bootblack be the best In your town II a cook wash erwomanor arm hand stand at the head of your clas There Is plenty of room for the man or woman equip ped in any calling Get an authentic book on whatever trade you follow for a living and use your spare momenta In study that you may be a waster of your profession On the street or In the road wheth er walking or riding keep to the right Part of the way justly belongs to the Iperson meeting you Mguy personS have been accused ol being ugly or Independent or Impudent or neglecting this simple rule Ever to the right and you will help and be helped In this and the world to come The tact that many of thepul pits ot the North of all denotnina Lions are being filled by Southern clergymen many of whom have un dying prejudice against the negro and Sothern men with hatred burn- Ing immortal In their hearts toward the negro go North to Inject their foul venom Into the hearts of Nortb1 T = Mti Della Jnnveau Globe Hotel Ottawa Onto La front one of the oldest tat beet known Freuch Canadian fmIIIe In Canadao In a recent letter to The Pens na Medicine Co of Columbus Ohio she says 1t 1 WNJcca I- 4 Last spring WY Mood seelBeeI clogged up thy head ached and Ifell languid sad tIred all the time Myphyslclmf prescribed for mil but II friend advised me to try PMus I ttHd U and sm pleased to state that found It a vonddvI clMnslJr and puro- ifkt of tho system la three weeks I wa licia new woman myp petite had Increased Ileft buoyant tight iid hpyawl without ai ache rDBln Perunalu reliable fawilymedkln Adia l3rlttalnI of Sekttan Oriteez C After using your onderful1Peruna- three months X have had great roUst I had continual heaviness In my stomach wag bilious and had fainting spoil but theya11 have lcftma sInce ut1Dg 1olUl1loo MIaDritt J p llor7 mitJ f1 lId JiI- t WtlC g IIpee find but Wdlqg III iLi iath JotlyhSuJIUItruc Eclllla I4iIo- il tbryear Stodeit MO ester Vlaltora mIwmye welvme SWRIGUT 1IJs1= J era Veople who have never been South to feet our sorrows and see the spirit that Is so manifest in nearly every section against tEe negro this is doing much Ito snake enemies for us In the house of friends and to wrench front us the friends we have held since the days of slavery Think of Senator Ben TUllilan with the base law of vengeance for the negro controtlng his every ac Lions every speech taking the platform In New York with the hope of born unto hint men who wilt help hint apply the torch orprovlpe the rope with which to do the work which coward Southern Senators can swart The Northern pulpit of today is no more like the pulpit of twenty years go than Ben TiUmau Is like Theo dore Roosevelt Gospel trout Southern Bibles rout which men seem to have torn that verse which teaches the Fatherhood of God and Brother hood of man are used by wen who have secured Northern charges Let a Northern man come South and speak In defense ot the negro and there wilt go up II press and putpit and threats oC tar and leathers or lynching will be heard on every aide The future for the race Indeed looks dark but God still lives and will rule In the affairs of this nation No one knows the end But we en join tile negro to do the right and not forget to watch and pray and leave thelesttoajnst God G W Dwn Trust Those Who Have Tried I suffered front worst kind and never hoped for cure but Elys Cream Balm seems to do even thatQsatr Ostrom4S Warren Ave Chicago Ill- Isuffered from catarrh It got so bad l could not work I used Elys Cream Balm and ant entirety well A C Clarke 341 Shawmut Ave BostOI1 Mass The Balm does not Irritate or cause sneezing SOlll by druggists atso cts or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren tNew York If you do not derive prompt nclllatb fcfMy results front the eo Icrun- awritestoncotoDrHartancv1aga fulistatement of your case tbeplaedto give fO1 h 4 vice gnu Adei Dr IIaran PretddetdCf Thu Uutanan Su1ar1m CoIMlbiII 0 iit m 411ml1Ult mepp3Z del1brboalllpnttngyGebcol at811TtJmr Z having howllroui catarrhoftl ROUGH RIViR- TELEPHONE COMPANY l1fOOroUTD I Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home ctk8 where you can buy your own thousi and build your own liues and ehtalking distance with the whole county and business peIns geralIy by only paying a reasonable rent to tM Rough River Telephone Company or they will be at the whole CX tDieff you say so We connect with alt In- depnlent Companies For partktt tars call on S T SteVtin p Hartford Ky Lyons Laxative 8yrup absolutelyharmless tithe kidneys liver and bowels cures con tIpatiou sic1l headache clears the complexion and snakes the blood pure An remedy for child yen as as adults For lIale by J Thos Allen Rosln- eKyUPPINCOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LIIRARYC TIi1st IIIClrrllt Uttrahtr 12 COMPLETE fi rVEARLYt MANY SHORT TOflIE AND PAPERS ON TIMELYTOPIC2- 6OPCRTCAR 25CTASOPYlI NO CONTINUED STORIES rvny NUMBER COMPLTCIh t11lcur CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS CO JfVii o r eki j Nafi AIwmyi n4labls Ladim Mil DruIIIaC M- tHICHIWtIlK LiULIltI to ea lad Uohl mstmIllO Iou seaLed blue nb5oa iiIlaIlOuUO1Ia70l MOd 4 Ia Tam artlr nionlaja mod U 1ar Sf1InromL1 I- onlolinuTsa OUSMIOAT oo sloe Xadisou Square IRILrAXuWa SSDa iI T Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic f MiDIofthottIesEacloncd whit every bottle Is a T tackage elCrovos Slsck Boot Uvw I i i ro 1 js 0 u Hartford Republican Issued by tho Hartford Volillshlnp Coinpmjr tKcanronvrKn EJXrrCNC- 3CunbxlancHHHO2soUIIb 1vrHIIFRIDAY APRIL 24 Uasco1Aderl1lII- TrftIflt ndTertlsnncnU 40o per Inch first Insertion 1OC per Inch eath additional Insertion Bpoclal rotca on yeArly contracta Local notion JOc per lint tint Insertion Bo per each additional rUon 0CortscoutsaliQe ClUb In nil rnnce REPUBLICAN TICKET FOH REPRESENTATIVE DR A D PARK Rockport Ky FOR CIRCUIT COURT CtERK I E G BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky- ANNOUiVIiMETS I For Nlrtlo Ncnnf or We IUfI nathorlted to announce lltiS A 8 for State SenatorDENNETT na a Mndldat lronilit E reHn Senatorial District Object to tbt acwOJ o5 the repuulcan part We a anlliorliedto annonnre St STEVENS oa a candidate for State fonalor from the SeT nth Senatorial Didlet subject to the fiction of tll ntpubJIcnn pRel WenrennthnHrH to nnnonnm n ItAKKrt nllOADS at a candidate for State Senator froa tberJurenth Henatorlal district enbjxt to the action of the Republican parly JLvncn seems to ba lingering on the lap of April Bon BKECKENKIDQE did you I drop or were you dropped I J G BAILEY baa been reinstated in his former position as Secretary ol the Legation in Guatemala 4 EVERY state in the Union bill made appropriation for its exhibits at the St Louis Fair except Kentucky CAN some ono tell us the difference between un escaped convict aud a member of tbo legislature over in Missouri t TOE presents at the Vanderbilt Neikon wedding amounted to 500 000 and yet there are some people who think marriage is a failure LETS have macadamized streets and turnpike roads in Hartford and IOhio county if we have to elect new trustees and magistrates to get them AFTER showing up the grafts iu connection with the collection of war claims due Kentucky by tbo Bech bam crowd Hendrick might air the Lakeland Asylum scandal A FRENCH scientist claims to have discovered a process by which alcohol can be produced at ten cents per gal lon He should guard his secret well for he certainly has asnnp CHINA is said to be importing arms preparitory to driving out foreigners We have no serious objections A man who is willing to make China his permanent home deserves to bC driven out A SOUTHERN journal says that the coroners of Kentucky are anxiously awaiting the opening of the guberna torial campaign It begins to look like tbey might have a job before the May primary TENNESSEE has passed a law to prevent the indiscriminate manufac ture of lawyers Kentucky might go still farther and root out many who are pretending to practice without in the least injuring the profeselora A WEALTHY proverb that no man is rich enough to smoke a twentyfive cent cigar His conclusion was manifestly crron ious Anybody could do the smoking provided some one else would do tbe buying THE statesmen of the bootshaped country of tbe Dagos wbo are talking about fighting the United States should reflect that their penisula hs an area of only 114410 square miles wbile one state of the Federal Union ciatonemake just about a good mouthful for Uncle Sam JOHN HENDIUCKB speech at Nick olasville Monday indicates that h has found out a thing or two affahs at Frankfort and he oven threatens to tell more Good Democrats who are anxious to know the conditions of affairs up at Cripps headquarters would do well to read Johns remarks THE man who claimed that he vaS JO W Beckham aud who been in jail at Miami Fla for several moalhs has been adjudged insane and sent to tbe Cbattahooche Insane Asylum Although be didnt pan out to be Governor bo yet bae one consolation he didnt have to go tcIIs the Lakeland Asylum ETHNOLOGISTS of the Smitheonian Institute have been investigating the geneology of the Filipinos and have arrived at the conclusion that the blood of all the races and varieties of mankind flows through their veins No wonder they become riotous and turbulent when this com posite fluid begins to boil NEW features are being added to I tbe Street Fair by the management r every day The publicspirited bust inesa men hero are determined that it shall be a success in every detail Every farmer should come and com pole for some premium If you stay out in tbe country on May 15 and 16 youll lIawfullonesome THE unprecedented magnificence of the scheme for the Worlds Fair at St Louis next year is far ahead of any thing of the kind ever attempted before Tho cost of tbe Centennial Exposition at Philadelphia was 88 500000 of the Puna Exposition 89 000000 of tho Columbian Exposi tion at Chicago 29000000 while the St Louis Exposition is to cost 40000000aTIm thirtyseventh National Endcampment oftho U A R will bet held at San Francisco Cal during the week commencing August 17o Accommodation will bo arranged fur 200000 visitors The meeting will be the greatest in the history of the Encampment and thousands will avail themselves of the opportunity to visit the delightful climate and country found only in tbe land of thetI setting sontAT La Grange last Tuesday Hon John K Hendricks saidIMr Beckbam hfte squandered more mon cy in the payment of lawyers fws elnco hi bee been In omce than any ten GoternonI who have preceded him He need dodge tbis liriae by calling attention to the vast ionic be bae collected for the State When he made a contract with Mr C C Cal houn of tiCilngtoQ to collect Kentucky war claim for fJOOO he knew that the t amount agreed upon wu ample and that the contract WIll blndlag lie knew that thelclaim bad been allowed and that the Mr Calhonn conld do would be to go to Washington and get the money Surely Uf000 would hare been enough for that Yet In the lace of those facU Mr Bok hara allows Mr Calhoun to lobby through the Legislator a bill authorizing the pay merit of un additional fee noonnUng to tM 000 or 71000 In all What did Mr Bokhara do while Mr Calhoun was lobbying Noth ing He kept maui He never dlfdoted to the Legislator for on Instant the fart that be bad a valid and binding contract with Mr Culhoon to collect the claim for 1000 J he existence of tbis contract was never Inti mated by word or deed Mr Beckham Etood Idly and mnuly by and saw the tax payer of the State outrageously robbed of 168000 Comments unnecessary but to beC obliging well agree 1 t A 1 XJ XJ XXAX H4 tSMALLIIOUS KYtwm ttIfrfrm tHH H Prof M D Maddox who is teach ing school at Rockport Ky was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs M I P Maddox Saturday and Sunday Mr Berry L Taylor who is attend ing school at Hartford visited his parents Mr and Mrs P B Taylor Saturday and Sunday Mr Robert D Hunter is quite sick at this writing Mrs Jennie Ball Rockport Ky was the guest of Miss Maggie Hunter Thursday and Friday- sThe mall route from this place ha been changed to South Carrollton MesstD Herman Addlngtnn and George White have the contract and made their first trip Monday Mr Arvlllc Ball was seriously hurt last Thursday at the sawmill nee r Mr William Addinetour Mr Leslie Tally and Miss Aral Wlthrow are visiting relatives near Rockport Ky Mr and Mrs Jesse Hill and little daughter of South Carrollton were the guests of Mr and Mrs M P Maddox Saturday and Sunday Mrs George Greer is the guest ol her daughter Mrs Lula Withrow Jingo Rev G W Shugart Beaver Dam Messrs Jan Eudaly Ceralvo and Calvin Warden were the guests of Mr P B Taylor Saturday night Meters Calvin Warden and P B Taylor shipped a lot of hogs Saturday night to Evansville Mr James C Drake sold n nice young horse to his brother Thomas Drake of the New Hope neighbor hood Muhlenberg county Saturday Rev G W Shugart Beaver Dam filled his regular appointment Sun day at Equality lSMrs Bob Fulkerson is on the sick list Miss Kina Bullock is at the bedside of her aunt Mrs C E Bullock who has been quite ill but is some better at this writing Miss Mary D Ball Is the guest ofI her sister Mr T B Iglcbeart near Waltons Creek Rockportt H HHu a IfHiILOAN ELM KY tHHH1HHHtUIHHHUi Bro A B Gnrdner filled his Regu 1 lar appointment Saturday and Sun day at Green river church Miss Idella Shields is very low with pneumonia 3The home of J D Evans was made J sad by the death of his little babe last SturdayIOur farmers are wondering when it going to quit rainingeMr S L Taylor of Butler county visited Lone Elm Sunday Messrs Jake Igleheart J L Stew art John Ragland and Jerry Clark of t- Rosine are with H J Ranney on the lake for n fishing spree Argon Oil A great medical discovery Cures Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble For sale by all druggists e nJac042u SI 1 Bean the Alwars Bought Bignatwo l thecti STRHT fAIR To Be Held in Hartford May 15 and 16 List of Pemlums to Which New Ones Are Being Con stantly Added Here are the rules and regulations governing the fair RULES GOVERN HAtlTFORDSTREKT FAIR OR ENTRKTAINUBNT I Messra Den Newton W P Render Sr and II B Taylor Sr re invited to attend Rn1lct as the Board and they shall de de nil questions Hint may arise decision being finnl II The Secretary shall keep a rec d of all entries record all votes and guesses and issue his warrant lor all premiums He shall also assist the Executive Biard in counting the votes and guesses Ill All premium to remain in possession of those who gave them ntil 4 oclock p tu of the last day hen to be dellmed on the warrant ot the Secretary- IV Every one except citizens of Hartford to have full privileges and prerogatives iu showing products l voting guesslug and receiving prem noneV No one but a farmer shall act as a member of the executive board or act as judge of any product or a ride VI The Executive Board shall see judges to pies upon the merits of nil stock fowls ptoducts and per- rmances exhibited for premium VII No person stock or product shall be entitled to any premium that was awarded a premium at the late opening ol T JTnrley Co in Hartford Ky VII All entries to be made with tbe Secretary by 12 oclock m on Friday May IS 19 3 IX All articles exhibited to be returned to owneis and no executions will be made fcr articles on account taking a premium UST OP PREMIUMS We the undersigned ogee to give the articles and amounts opposite our names for the purpose indicated by us same being given in support of a Street Fair or entertainment to beheld in Hartford Ky ou May 15 and 16 193 with the understanding that no citizen of Ilattlord sha I partici pate either directly or indirectly in voting guessing showing products or receiving premiums Carson CoBest mare and you colt one sewing machine 25 J H Williams Nearest correct guess as to number of pills in a pound bottle I watch 15 Sam Bach For best looking man i cult ol clohc 15 John B Foster Best suckling calf i barrel best flour 15 Thomas Bros Best cow and calf cooking stove 15 G J BeanFive Silver Dollars for finest looking lady over twentyeight years old end under fortyfive who has never been married R T lIerTo best looking wido i sidesaddle blanket end bridle z Taylor Lewis Beat Gelding set of buggy harness 10 Henry NailTo best oldtlrue fiddler saddle bridle and spurs 15 J W FordFor prettiest baby two years and under 10 in gold Sc ond prettiest Ss In gold Fair CoTo choir that mak the best music limited to five aele tions apiece 30 yards all wool ingrain carpet 15 A D WhiteTo winner In footrace I bicycle 20 Economy Dry Goods Store To most popular young man I trun k 7 50 To most popular young lad I young ladys hot 7 50 Carson Bros Beat young colt i shotgun 6 J G Shacklet SonTo olde S man i walking cane S2 50 W S Tinsley To the father and mother of largest family all to be present i hatchet i 24Inch brass rule i drawing knife i cold chisel try square i No 102 block plane j oil whetstone I mincing knife i pa 7 M inch best shears i dozen tab spoons i delft sauce pan and i delft teakettle total value 6 RileyeMeac Shop To but ewe and lamb i clock 5 Commercial Hotel Ipr largest Lu key 5 In gold 14P Wcerner Best hen and ten chickens i pair ladles fine shoes 350 i C J RhoadsBest onehalf dozen rylngchichens i set dinner chairs Ofjlgrainsar i irou bedstead zo- oE CrabtreeNearest gness as I number of seed in pumpkin to be cut on evening of last day 25 lbs good To next nearest 10 Ibs tal 7 50- Bank of Hartford Best pair of mules either sex owned by one man 15 in gold Best horde any age either sex 10 in gold Ohio County Bank Best doubT tram in harness regardless of sex or ownership 10 in gold Flrdt National BankBest yoke of oxen 25 in gold R L Tweddcll Best 50 ears ot orn I shovel plow 5 W M Huisoi Bjft mule sex 10 in gold Yelser Morrison Best halt bush el of wheat i shoelplow 5 t R H Glllcsptc Best half bushc of iinfaingietrees stringband I Z Wayne Griffin BroNearest guess to i quart of mixed grain i set of dlshss f25 Lee Chtnu Best twoyearold colt either sex i set of harneasis Will Schleuirncr Closest guess to number of loaves nl bread sold on both days of fair r cake 5 SWoodhy3City Restaurant To the winner In VMck race 7 50 cash To the see j ond at the post 2 50 cash L T Barnard For best mare andI suckling mule a saddle blanket bridle 1000 V H L BullingtonFor best pig five j months old and under 5 in gold Cleve Her For best boy rider ten years old antI under boys raddle blanket and bridle 5 Bean Bros 3 tile to largest man 3 tile to smallest man Tbe two newspapers oi HarUord1 The Herald and each donate as their part towards the enterprise all the advertising neces sary to bring this matter to the pco I ile which will amount tp quite as much as any premium given c asex oeJaIBean t1iTheKizi Yea Raze WHJ W I Blpatuo l WfH4H4H44l44i RENDER KY jHjHHHni flTh 1i Mr Kennedy Main of Central City was the guest of his brother John Main last Sunday Mrs James Bratcher ol Stephens burg is the guest of her partats Mr and Mrs E S Reid Joe James and Jack NelghboH went to Beaver Dam yesterday on bust- 133 Mr and Mrs J F Hocker return ed last Sunday from Bevier where Mrs Hocker has been for several weeks on acctuot of ill health Roscoe Davis has returned to Leitcbfield after a weeks visit with relatives in this city Messrs Lester Polk and Owen Carpenterof Hartfordpasscd through Render earoute to Rockpctt Sunday Judson Rowe spcbt Sundty after noon In the city of Ieitchfield Miss Lucy James visited relatives In Central City last Sunday Mrs L Francis returned from Central City yesterday where she has been visiting relatives William Cnrgal has gone to Lenton I lad 191olarsht1ls W H Stanleyof elder I of McHejarytook James Jennings to Hartfcrd Apr I 2ith He was arrested for a deed committed about 2 years ago National Board member James D Wdads of Central City of the U M W of A is here trying to settle some grievance between the miners and placet bas resigned his position as clerk here for C C 51 Co Rev Shugart of Beaver Dam fill ed his regular appointment here last Sunday WIlo to port last Saturday on business Messrs Simon Jones and R I Eagleby Jr went to Hartford last Saturday on business j yesterc v Morganfieldes JohncJ Mr A O Roes went to Beaver Dam last FridaySGeo Barnes Beaver Darn was here last week on business Mr B V Woodruff is visiting his thisyMr Luke Neal of Morgantown Is visiting his sister Mrs R BEaston tat this wrlteltig Mrs Jane Guynn went to Beaver Dam last Saturday Mr T Johns store was broke into last Friday night and about jo worth tevI ens was 01 to bring his hounds They taJl1d Iewhere Larkin SIsk livedat McHcnry had escaped and left alibis old clothes He la the one that has been doing all this robbing here and at Mc Henry from S J Tichenor and D M runrir Constipation And sill symptoms and I Results of Indigestion Absolutely removeS br the uss ol IDR GARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER IMODe refunded II you are not pleiied with results bu cured thousand why dot auup ofSlogneeiConUpation and indgtlon end was piinll soon to try Dr CarUtedts German Liver goodlieat oce Troubled with piles Air heck ett mi surprised to rind htmiell cured ol this molt dreaded ot bodilr ailments He U now a well man and not vie anlIIedlde II triallItproveaiwesay the druggiit U authorized to four money rTIIB AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO Evansville lad k1- I S Dizzy Then liver isnt acting well ness Yousuffcrfrornbiliousconstipation Pills act directly on For 60 years they have been the Standard Family Pill Small doses cure All 3u ist r tarde flal1Ulul brown or rich bi ckT Tfcmiu- saBUCKINGHAMS DYES h crs a O R A rN Nt SOUVENIR BUTTON FREE 1 One Given to Every Person Send I in Ten Votes in the School- TeachersIjog Popnlarl ty ont stIActing on the suggestion of numer ous educators of the State the Kentucky Exhibit Association has deter mined to give a souvenir button tbe regular price of which is one dollar to every person who casts ten votes in the School Teachers Popularity Contest or forms a club of ten and thereby casta ten votes The plan of the Association to send the 125 most popular teachers in the State one fiom every county two tram the county outside of Jefferson casting the largest number of votes tud live rom Louisville because it boa 40000 school children Worlds Fair with all expcncea FsldIIns started off well and gives of proving a big success but as the sate of the Souvenir Buttons are for the tame purpose talMnjj money to errct the Kiutncky building at the expCMfon it in natural bat the two schemrs tihculd be worked together t- Remenitier then that every ten votes CAst in tile QlmtAt votlllis the one tNclinj theta to t souvenir but tOll frtx Remember toe that the purchaser of a souvenir bulioit way cast teDI votes in the conteu withut any cdi ditidna expenditure I We should be glad to nave our cor respondents write regularly each week Communications must reach us not later than Wednesday to in qre publication No rommunl cation can be published unless the rtal nnie of the writer is attached H f4444443 444l44f4 + BEDA KY tH fl1 2 1flH1 1 HI1IRev W S Winkler Oivensboro preached at the C P church Sunday He will leave soon for St Louis where he will probably locate Mr H J Whittaker Levla was In our town Tuesday taking orders for Stork Bros nursery Mr Loney Sanderfar is tenching a singing school at the M E church Meears W C Ambrose L B Tichenor and Clarence Shown went to Owensboro last week with tobacco Mr Waltar Parks Hartford visited friends here Sunday Rev Cantrlll No Creekwlll preach at Shingle Chappel Sunday 26th Messrs Hayden Webb and acics Tanner Alexander passed through our town Monday Mrs J c Park has returned home after a weeks visit to relatives near Bells Run Messrs Stephen and Rupert Ben net went to Hartford Tuesday with tobaccoMrs Nancy Park who has bees very ill is thpught to be some better Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Cata1 rh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cneney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 yeard and believe him perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obliga tions made by their firm- West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Waldlup Kinnan Marvin Wholcnale Daugglsta Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure ia taken inter nnlly acting directly uf on the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the pj utcm j 7511IHalls Family Pills are the brat BURGtARY AT MlEriitV Bloodhound Follow Trail tothe J f home of Larkin Sisk Lot Thurjulay night the storehouse of Mr T Jwhn in Rrtnlcr was turRlnr iz tf Kioxlliouiirs w tc prccurtil front Benyei Dam and put on the trill at the abre Tlu tr oil wtg follor i to thu howe of I ntkin Sisk wm hr dlsnppenred tlurlns the ultbt Stsk ShrlfiIKcowu on n charge ot hcuicbrcakin n Indiana fnd pieced in Jill Gov Durbin issntd a requisItion fur hln but BeclliBtn rrfuced to honor It ami SIsk wait turned loopr He CXJITM fid Frlp to AUiimi UMnilr on tu day bifore the bnrplnry Notice to the Public On May 2 1912 the remains of W B Tichenor will be dlrenterred and burled at Woodwards Valley cemetery Fnntril services conducted by Rev Dan Yelser at Woodwards Valley church on May 3 at n oclock p C a Seeking Position in Owensboro Prof W W Whnlen was in the city laat week seekng a position an teacher says Sundays Owenaboro Messenger He taught at Glcndeane the past year and gave txcellci t ratlafactlon He will spend the sum met at a normal school 3f Tho Keystone 7ofGood Health Njj- t pure food Lion Coffee is oil coffee no glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de lcs and cheapen its quality richinscaled packagesnever in bulkJaws Tightly LocKed From Nervous Spasms Physicians Could Not Prevent Fits- DreMllo5NeivIne Cured My Wife succeesfuUytriedders but neverjus It made better record than spasmThomandsnearly everjr Instance the writer has stated that the ceased after the first dose of Ner vine was ven The statement is repeated ia the 10Uoin 1 commencedhaving pareIytedgave her calomel and she eventually got srme better but in a bort time she had another attack She was confined to her bed for three months and the doctor could not help her She had fils frequently sometimes severe Her hand would cramp so we could not them ahd she finany ot so her jaws would become locked Finally I saw the doctor was doing her no pood and ordered a bottle of Re storative Nervine She received so ranch benefit from the first bottle that I Rot some more She has taVen a number ef bottles but has never had a fit since taking the first dose She also thinks Yt highly o Dr 1Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and Is never them If there U any way of mak ing this testimonial ao because of the good the Dr Miles Restorative Net MElbllleAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart 2- ndCurnberland I TELEPHONEAND Telegraph Co I lnroporeted Theres nothing the matter with iny business I have the Cumber land Telephone iu my reslderee and place oi business My business has increased and my wires voice 14 tevIer beard to grumble about the phore Yours or gooi service and gentlemanly conippttttan cip NOWLIN Mancf Security Mutual Life Insurance Coiiipai BlnghanatoDN YIssues nil forms of Policy Contracts at tho lowest pos ji blo rates consistent with absolute safety Why not carry you insurance with this Company Have the Policy Registered tho reserves deposit ed with tle State of Now York as trustee and make this the most sacredof your investments absolutely secure For information regarding Policy Contracts call on or address E W PATERSONJ Hartford Ky NOTICE TO HORSEMEN My two Stallions SILVER SAM and JOHN DISPATCH will make tho present season at tho Hartford Fair Grounds Both Hoses aro Standard bred and Registered t SILVER SAM has a record of217S It Ohio county farmers cordially invited to call and examine ny slock 4t1 ALSO train HORSES for SPEED J I i SSS Y Biliousness Makes aChronic Invalids When the liver U torpid and hue to do iu work the blto enura the blooj II A tlrulSQt poison Then j comes conndpauon blllouneM alck headache fever and malaria Tbo only treatment that give the Uvcr juat lbs neb touch sod ltMU Niuuoa work la tbo light manner is pAMONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIG PELLETS jV TM pOJ toochM UM timor aad the too lbs k 1 tDIJS3 doses lor 3T uv cost 5 contu aeJ WI leaa your voo U ticcodJDKly bId fOIl v trill be wtlt before you finish hem 5smplot rreeFor arl1 For sale by J H Williams Druggists Hartford Ky I Special Attention toT ttSpring Sales0S 11 If Clothing nnd Shoes a specialty as our stock in this lino is very largo and our prices are very low Also 1 our other lines Dress Goods and Mattipgs t Wo quote you some prices on Clothing which you I will give close attention Mens Wool Suits nicely made nil sizes 275 Youths Suits Black Clay Worsted size 14 to 19 years250 ChildrcusiSuits from 5 to 14 eurs75c Mens Wool Pants t nice colors1OO Mens fine Summor Pants 50eivthis is n worlds beater Mens Shoes 100 La dies Shoes 100 Trunks Hats Shirts nnd mnnyj i other articles can bo found in a firetclass dry goods houseS i Your Call 2l Will be appreciated and dur clerks will givo polito at tention Yours for tradoJSAM BACH I P S Feathers Ginseng Wool and General Produce at right prices taken in exchange for goods 111 Horseshoe Brand Fertilizer 4 Owing to tho unfavorable weather tho planting season is going to bo unusually late and consequently successful crop gr V rig will demand a very liberal uso of Consmer inT Fer atilizers Wo are certainly well prepared to supply this de mand with the old reliable Horseshoe Brand of Fortslizor at the following range of prices 80c 100 120 130 SI50 tG5 and 200 Wo can furnish as cheap as anyone or wo rj can furnish tho best on earth iia p UVoBuggies These Buggies aro models of oxcollenco and there rj1 is no more durablo or better finished line of vehicles on t1l0imarket Wo are prepared to sell you any kind of a Buggy V 1 from a nicely finished durable job at 45 to an elegant Rub i i bortiro at 10000 r if j 01 Ie Stoves and RailgesS i Wo have learned from personal experience that there is no line of Stoves in this market that equals tho 0 K lino They last longer cook quicker and use but little fuel Bo sure to buy the 0 K Stove and Range They have in rf t creased the Jiappiness in many homes Wo can furnish you f J t Stove complete with all tho cooking vessels at 875 10 JrL 1250 1350 1500 1650 1975 2250 2500 3000 oril3850 3 iC NFto Wociryquito a variety of everything needed to furnish jT a house I People needing anything in this lino wilt find the i h 4BedsteadsSuites from 1500 to 4500 Chairs froIp 300 to 3000 I per set Evarything else in this depart in same proportion II La 1 yJj cash prices jI t1 rE P BAR1TES c BROBEAVER DAM KY i r oil t j da Owehsboro Ky t forr Jonntj people v REYNOLDS Proprietor i t I I i SiS SStS SS 1 fC01 Open I Ii Confession = admitIathat other houses UIO higher than usin plces Big value is what you want rued what you got 6W when you visit us Nothing gives us so much aspletlsute Its to see the contented faces of our aJ- j customers as our prices nra being Cuoted to r tlelll- I it ta WIlt ItHole Our Specials for Ihe H xl Ten Days 2at No IFifteen dozen Ladies Bleach cd Ribbed Vests taped neck and armholes a reg =I fI ular 15e quality our prico Be Special No 2 Ton dozen 36inch long a Ii French web crossback Suspenders nothing over ashown liko thorn for lees than 85e our special Y price be aSpecial No 3fwentyfive pairs boys all ell wool Cassimoro Knee Pants elastic waistbandwollt- nndor Sarno goods other louses want 1 for our illw special price is 50c Ii- Ii Special No 4Twentyfour pair ladies fine iViei Kid Oxford Tier patent tip looks like the 2 grade a better Slipper was never made Ii prico nor the stylo excelled bo suro to see thema our price 125 ill Ii Special No 5Puree hundred pairs child a- 3i rons black seamless ribbedHoso a quality that illcompares favorably with those you pay 25c for sizes run from 5 to 91 our special price for tonr Ii days is 15c or two pair for 25c a illIfrom Sc to lOc our lirico 5c ltJ Second lot Gl y eras to pieco sumo ns above 5ato m inches wide goods that retail for 25c our is 31Iipri o 1Oe Sold by piece only II ItTbe Place la = ai- a I- taa1I I Can Sell I Your Real stateA flints my I buginoss rI have calls everY daY for good farmsIList your property with mo See malf you want to buy or eelh rAflue firm litter Palo in- j libro this cQutlt uf 70 ueves45- 1lhill 11u 25 fine bot tom land Good houses good burns an1a fine 011 ebard A BARGAIN s A Anderson IIj i1 Buy Fro- mDLDsanderfur h Beaver Dam Ky j I irfDEALER IN r f GTQCOr1C9 and HardwnrcIHar vesting Machines Jarniing Implements Commercial Fertilizers Field and Gar don Seeds Etc- ALFRED HUDSON e BCONYRACTORrUihllhR I prrlrord sty DIIUdlll lad dooa by day or cos f tract egthlddtletateLfotro Too sin roe rv9lnlh 1- t Hartford RepublicanS FRIDAY APRIL 24 City ReetauOnt Read Daviess Co Bk Tr Co ad Eutterlck Patterns at Carson Cos New fads In MUllDer1 at Pair Coa SBateberg Yelte for SltlrtJ at Pair Cots Hot and cold lanches at City Res of taulaut Newest fads la Shirt Waist Sets ato Pair Cos Por pure Aalmal PetUlIzer call On W S Tlneley Gripe Apllue In White and tcrue at Pair Coe City Restaurant for everythlag nice end good to rat New Lawn Orgnndlea and White Goods at Pair Cua No line of Pans eo cheap or pretty as those at Pair Cos Latest novelties In JleltllSaah Pins Combs etc at Pair Cos James H Williams will fill you prescriptions at reasonable prices We want your wool CARSON Co Dont buy a Baggy until you hav seen ours TAYLOR LEwis WeIlYou cant aflurd to miss the Sons at the Baptist Church May 7 TurnoversICollars aid Cuff Sets st Fair CosI IElbow Mitts Lisle Golf Glgvea Black and White Silk Olovas at Fri I CosKaufmans Fertilizer was aWftrded highest medal at Paris In i9OO Sole by Tinsley iDI1r1n the Street Pair make your headquarters at the Economy Dryi Goods Store I Mr Rowan Holbrook sold 244 head of cattle to Ernest Robinson last Pd day for UIO95 For polite and careful attention an firstclass tonsorial work call o- Bullidgton Huff IHear Mme Bailey at the Baptist I Church May y No lover of mad c can afford to stay away ISoUed clothes of aU kinds made new Womens skirts a specialty Take them to Arbln Petty Office over Ohio County Cank Mr Mole Heraldor Rchola waa called to tows Tuesday on account the Illness oftits dangliter Mleti AdOCI l who is attending school here RETIRING PRESIDENT OF HARTFORD COLLEGE I Pro T J Mortoi wbo Crom the Psealdeucy of Halt o rellusI lege at thecloae of the present year leaves the lusttuI1on In a most prosperous condition During the seven years wbch he has directed the Arbln Petty will clean and press your suits In an upto date manner Satisfaction guaranteed Dr nlvo Carson formerly of this place has located at Cotbin Ky for the practice of his profession Our house Is chock full of new goods Come to see us CARSON Co Try our Pickles Chow Cow Rel lahes Olives Horse Radish c CITY RESTAURANT Wantedzoo bushels of Corn TAYLOR LEWIS Hrtiod Ky With this Issue we herald the advent eC a new Republican In Hartford HIs name Is Capt John M Keow6 He Is a son of the Old Captain Bring on your Hams Bacon Laid Feathers Eggs Hens and Wool You cant bring too much CARSON Co Every visitor at the Street Fair la Invited to Inspect our ot Euggles and Carriages A ear load just re cetved TAYLOR LEWIS Dont CaU to come to the Street Fair ud guess at the number of pills In a pound bottle as you may get a tzoo watch J H WILLIADIS Special Ribbon sale Special Shoe sale Special Trunk ealeSpecial Call co Gingham and Domestic sale dut fag the Street Fair at the Economy toreGo to Riley Meat Shop for Meal Flour Potatoes Lime Fresh and Bulk Meals Country Land Hams Sides end Shoulders AU goods de livered Its not a question of the cheapest I butthe best for your money lilts Fertilzer you want get the beat and you have the cheapest Sold by W Tissley Miss Mary Smith eatertalaed slew her friends with a flinch game last Friday night A well selected and dainty repast added to the pleasures f the evening- Mr I C M Barnett has sold to TomI Black the residence oa the I Washington and Frederica streett TbomaslTbeMt CraadTutes 1Cho hRS been a- ttadcg the Central business hcrr has accepted a position wit theTsylut Ce01 Co lie began wark at Teplup Mines Wtdncsdsp Mr Lester Pc who was called to- hla home at Burele Ind on account of the death of ha mother some time ego returned to his work In Contra l FridayrRev E W Cukley will begIn a protracted meeting at the Baptis tthatch here on the zth Sunday I ReveH Boyce Taylor of Muyy Ky Shoe coaster Every sidles 011 er le good value and It will pay you to see It tCONOMV DaY GOODS STORK WantedEvery body visiting the Street Pair to can and examine th Bargains and Special Salsa at tbe- r Economy Dry Goods Storecue pd to all Every article marked la plai figures Born to Mr and Mrs Howard Ellis Edgewater Cot on the tyt last a fine boyAlexander BIn ton Mr and Mrs mils formerly lived here and their many friends will b glad to hear of their good fortune I will unload Old Reliable Eagle Fertilizer that has stood the Stat e test forthlrtytwo years at ten cents Aprilathe 20th at BeavDam Ky D LD SAND FOR Mr J D Dodson has sold his terest lathe livery stable with wlric he has been connected for severs years to Mr Logan Barnard M Dodso1Wll1 return to his farm neer Buiordand Mr Barnar4 will coating In the livery business The Primary end Intermediate de partmeste of Hartford College wit sloe an entertainment at lire Colleg Han Monday night It should re S affairs of the school It has grown and prospered In retiring from the pro careerIeducation In the county celve the patronage of the public as the proceeds go to aid In paying Cora i- pleo lately purchnstd for the col legs On May y Mme C cil1a Epping Housti Bailey will glveaSong Recital at the Baptist Church She has been here before and therefore needs no words ofp1lse It will be a are tict to hear her andno one should miss the opportunity Admission 35 and Soc 7 Will Long who was charged with setting fire to the lockup at Rosine had his examining trial here last Friday He was held over by Judge Mtler to await the action of the grand jury His bOnd wag placed at- roo which he gave and wall released Every body should come to the Court Herse tomorrow night and hear Pror T W Dinsmore of Berea Ky HIs subject Richer Than Croesus will be highly entertaining and instructive The proceeds deny ed from his lecture will go to the Y M C A Admission sac Mr A D White returned from Louisville Tuesday where he had been to negotiate the purchase of a a steamboat to be used h1 Rough river both as a pleasure Lost and as a means of carrying on trafic between Hartford and potntsdowa the river The trade has notbeen closed yet The ocishntcrtallme at the Y M C A rooms leaf Saturday sIght was a pleasant and highly erioyable event fitter en trcc1ent proramme bEd breu given the guests were serv theyeIof the Y M C A iMaster Tanner Rowan son of Mr and Mrs A H Rowan happened to eveningIsmall boys near the Y M C A building he ran against Tlmle- I Pendleton breaking his noseHe was taken to Dr W P Ems at Liv- ermote Sunday IThe members oltbe Ohio County Committee fur the honleana Purchase Exposition are called to meet lu Hartford Lathe real estate office of Smith tFDtd on Saturday May 2 3903- All 6oe earnestly requested to be pres cornhtIC wltk them Meeting a s oclock In the afternoon J F CARSON Chmn A S BENNwrr SecyIA fine line off AMES Buggies and Surries just received Prices mostI reasonable Every one anhigh grade Carriage should see our line and know our prices before buying rAYLORLEWIS To the Public I have purchased the livery aud- e feed stable of J B DodlonI prom Ise both old ad new Patrons the best SolicitingnI am very truly L T BARNARD- h Marriage License- E w Wright Rcslne to Annie L Crowder Raslne- r I Felix Shaver Beds to Hattie wn- I llama Hartford Bud Howard Beaver Dam toJOBle tee Travis Hartford IEdgar Neal Point PleaSant to Point Pleasant Robert L Deaver Dundee to Martha J Ewing Suiplur Springs E R Pqwers Dundee toMandan- Midkifl a Dundee SirenshCleopatrarVanzatttBreckearldge Co T I mckie Westerfield to Renee Stluett Westerfie- ldi s tTOtits BKcttel out C n T n nHH H H HHHi iiPERSONAL MENTION Y yfft79F t Mr Sam Bach Is In Louisville tills week Mr SImon Jones of Render was In town Friday ExSupt Fon Rogers was lu town Wednesday Mr Jerome Allen of Jingo WaS In town Friday Y D Moseley of Bvford was in town Monday MrJutt Brown oCCcnthtown was In town Friday Police Judge Ralley of Roslue was In town Friday Mr Will Brown of Centertownwaa In town Friday Mr Ed Shown of Beds was is town Tuesday RE Chapman of Render was In town Saturday Mr O M Newton of Buford was In town Monday Luther Reueer of Centertown was in town Monday lt B H Taylor of Matanzas was In town Tuesday Mr R A Owen of Adaburgh was In town Tuesday Mr n P Sandefer of Roxey was In town Saturday T Mt N B Smith of Pordsville was n tows Saturday Mr W II Stevens of Olaton was la town yesterday Mr E L Robinson of Glendene was In town Friday MrJ H Long Jingo was a caller at theotlice Friday Quirerly Court WES In session here Monday and Tuesday Mr Robert Engleby of Render was in town Saturday Mr Wm Pottaof Sulphur Springs was In town Monday Mr Prank Foreman of Norrows was In town Monday Hon A S Bennett of Beda was in Hartford Monday J P Loyd oCOlatou was a caller at the office Wednesday Mr B L Maiden of Palo was a caller at this office Monday Mr John R gland o Rosine visited hit parentshere Friday Mr W M Addington of Small hous was In town SaturdaytMr W H Coghill of Jingo wash slier et the office Wednesday + MrJoseph Redlsh of Horton was e caller at this office Tuesday Attorney C E Smith Is visiting hls parents at Ceralvo this week Mr DWpnyss of Reuderwas- a alder at this office last Saturday Mr Brfsto Hedges and his sos R P Hedges were In town Saturday Esq John H Graham of Narrow was a caller at this office Saturday Prof E W Patterson Is visiting his parents near Prentis this week Mr D Baker Rhodea of Beaver Dam attended court here Monday Judge R R Wedding went to Pordsvl11e yesterday on legal bus seas MessrS C M Igleheart and L H Bullock of Smallhonse were In town Friday Col C M Barnett came down Saturday and returned to Louisville Wedj nesday Esq W P Render Sr of Matan ran was here In attendance at court I MOl1dayIAttorney John Roneor Center town attended court here Monday andI Tuesday FltzJenny of Matanzas was here- In attendance at Quarterly Court Tuesday Rev J C Petrie Is visiting rela fives hl Louisville and Brazil lad this week- Mr John Allen of Olaton was In attendance at court here Tuesday and Wednesday Mr and Mrs SH Riley of Bin lord visited the family of Mr John Riley Tuesday Mr Mack Porter of heaver Dam was here In attendance at County Court Monday Cohhty Attorney Barnes attended Circuit Court at Greenville Tuesday and Wednesday Mr S C Tichenor and his sonC H Tlcilienor visited the family of A H Roan Saturday Masters Allison and Estell Barnett accompanied Col C M Barnett to Louisville Wednesday Marshal R L Parts returned Sun day rom the Peace Officers Conven tlon pienderso Ky Ms J H Thomas and fatally hav returned from a weeGs visit to rela fives at Sulphur Springs Mr Herbert Vreeland candidate for thesomlnatlon for Commissioner of AJtricuUure was here Friday Miss Ora Barnett No Creek and Mrs Mary Linly of Livermore we pleasant callers at thIs office day Mrs S K Cox returned from Elk ton Tuesday where she had been visiting her daughter Mrs Chaa E- Rogers Mr Owen Carpenter returne Wednesday from a weeks visit to friends and relatives at Rockport and OwensboroL Mr IIM Bosworth of Lexington candidate for the nomination fos State Treasurer was In Hartford Pd t CI i day and Saturday MemoS 0Cuter Louisville H Russell Paducah and B P Dunlap city were registered at tins- New Commercial yesterday Mr J A Anderson of Tun RnI- ODLICAN left Tuesday for Edge water Cola to visit ills slater Ht will be sane about ten days Drs S J Wedding and B W Ford are In attendance at the State Medical Aosoclatlon at Louisvill this week They will return tomor rowMr J W Davis who has been here for the peat two wteks In the Intelcst of the Dlydsell Mfg Co will go to his home at Spencer lad tomorrow Ice Notice I will tart tny 1cs wagon about tbe tat of May 1903 Those wanting fee before the wagon Is started will please call at the cold storage J C CASSBLER SpIrit of Progress Captain Cox has bad the lion front of the Ohio County Hank building to painted The color is jet black with silver borders giving 1t the most attractive exterior crony public build ins In Hartford The painting was done by J G Shncdett son An Explanation The question mIght be asted wby J Turley Co had not contributed to the Street FaIr to beheld here on May is end t6 end the answtr progresind s theIr very liberal prizes offered and given was considered so liberal the the business men thought It fair and rust that they should not be called upon to cantibute anpthng bnt they Invite them to be present nd enjoy the occasslnn with their friend- and patrons might further be asked why persons and products are excluded from entering contests tbat rooks premium at T J TuJey Cos late opening the management aiming to be fair and liberal thin the most popular young lady tb best farmer the best pair of mules e had been so recently settled a TJ Turley Cos recent opening that it would be unfair for the sam persons and products to enter In like rings or contest but they are in nowise excluded In any other way f CENTRAL GROVE KY- 9YSf pOn last Thursday at 3 pm Mr Shaver of Beda and Miss Rm Bertle Williams were united In marriage by Rev G J Bean Im theyIbeautiful reception awaited them rt aytheir path of life be strewn witb brightest flowers Mr Ira Fulkerson and family Beaver Dam visited relatives In the community Saturday end Sunday Miss Louanna Ford who Isattend log school at Deaver Dam spent Saturday and Sunday with her stater Mrs Miller Mr and Mrs S B Snell and littl daughter Vitals Cool Springs vial ed In this community recently Mrs Nora Fought and little son Attrlce are visiting relatives In Beaver Dam Mr Dallas Taught of whose illness was mentioned a few weeks ago Is much Improved Y MC A Notes The Beaver Dam Association wll meet next Sunday afternoon at z oclock In the Baptist church A1I men are Invited to attend thIs meet lag The Hartford Association gave asocial on last Saturday In their rooms about two people were In tendance end everyone seemed have a good time We were glad to see so many of our friends there more of them were not present would have been glad If five hundred had come The Hartford Association will haye Pro Dlnsmorc to speak at the mens meeting ou next Sunday afternoon at 300clock The Department Is still grow- Ing both the bible class on Saturday mornings and the Sunday meetings are very Interesting On Saturday nIght at 8 oclock In the Court House J W Dinsmore A M will lecture under the auspices of the Hartford Association Prof Dins more com s highly recommendedand d will be sure to please all who bear him Asmall admission of 25cwlll be charged The Conference of Western Kentucky County Secretaries met i- Madisonville last Thursday three the lour secretaries were there th other being kept away on account sickness Mr II E Rosevear State Secretary and T J WlIkle District Secretary of Canada were present Men 01 Oillt Timbers ofoak keep the old homestead standing through the years It pays tO use the right stuff Men of oakare men in rugged health men wiles bodies are made of the sound est materials Childhood is the time to la the foundation for a sturdy eo restitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuff Scotts Emulsion stimulates the growing poweti of childrel fida c I tution Sand for free sample SCOTT as n0WNB ChOmista 90041 b Pearl Street NeW York I 000 and ItOOI all druttstats I 7 5 NEW ENTERPRISE Hartford Is to Have a New Plant For Cutting Wagon Material The BlrdseU Manufacturing Co of South Bend Ind through Its agent Mr J W Davis has leased the site of the old stave lottery west oj town and will soon have In opperatlon a sawmill that will cut aU kinds of wagon material A large amount o1 timber ajacent to Hartford will be purchased and utilized The mill wilt give employment to about 30 hands MrW J McEntire General Purchasing agent for the company was In Hartford the first of the week to aid In completing the arrange meats Cor the plant Hartford Is fortunate In getting the new enterprise Notice AU officers of the late Judicial Fri mary that are In possession of keys to ballot hoses are hereby requested to return the same tome without tall by the Sth day of May 1903 T J Surru County Chairman Poorlys II For two years I suliered terribly from dyspepsia with great depression and WAS alwlYs feeling poorly I then tried Ay ts Sarsa paella and in one week I was anew mnnJobn McDonald- s Philadelphia Pa Dont forget that its A Yers Sarsaparilla that you strong wasteeyour time and money kindteUse the old tested trIed and true Ayers Sarsapa rilla SUta kill At draxla- Ark doctor what b thinks or irera6- arxpanW nknow 11 about tble Jrnd old tamllr m dlclb Follow hie aeries and w wul be aatfeeaJ ya Co LowellHara WHEN IN HARTFORD STOP AT TIlE New Commercial Services firstclass All mod ern convenien- ceRates Reasons le orle That af ICi Tired Feeling la a Common Spring Troublo Its B sign that file blood is deficient In vitality last as pimples and other eruptions nro signs that tho blood in impure Its B warning too which only the hazardous taU to heed Hoods SarsaparillaI Removo It glvo now lfo now tour ago strength and animation They cleanse tho blood and clear the complexion Accept no substitute r I felt tired all the time and could not sleep t After takiut Rooda Sltrssparllla- Ii while I could deep well and the tired feeling had gone This great medlclno has also cured me of Icrctola MBI C M Boor Glleae Conn jHoods Sarsaparllia promiseis to cure and keeps the promise SCHLEITZBAUM GETS UGLY Creates Some DiversIon for Fel tOW PrisonersiA B Schlettzbaum who Is IiiJail here charged with attempting tode fraud the American Express o J seems to be weary of his long con finement Tuesday he demanded of Dtra Black that she Immediately send for his attorneys When she failed to comply with his request he proceeded to fix things up after the style of Foster Gross and Osa Chasteen He wound up his PerformanCeby punching out the window lights on the North side of the jail allowing the cooling wlndB of spring to fan his feverish brow and soothe his glowing wrath When Jailer Black remonstrated with him he grew very ugly end used language which be had doubtless picked up outside of his Sunday School class Attast account he was quietaaan extinct volcano Do you want to underataad the alms and objects of the Slagle Tai It you do you can obtalag literature on the subject free of Cost by writing to The Brooklyn Single Tax League r467Bedlord Avenue Brooklyn N Y For Sale A Stiftt ton Business Celle8eApply to this office New IndUstry at Cloverpot Cloverport Is to have a casHing factory The Institution is a branch of Polks cannery of Indiana This promiaes much to Cloverport is It means the expenditure of considers ble money and the employment of many or her citizens Profitable Merchandising Winter has ended in this shop NQ more pushing lout of odd lots no more cleaning up of broken lines Thats dOne with Its spring now and out store is fortified in every section with the newest and the best These goods we shall sell at a profit and you expect to pay a profit when you buy atyou pay ntreturn new spring opens the selling begins in the rightwayuWide Cloths For SUits Tho Tuilormado Suit is again ttho thing Thetimaitlr 1s for these Suits are many and vaioa We show this season us never before a variety Qf wide Cloths to choose from The popular weaves the popular colors the popular prices The New Wasil Stuffs The atraosPhere of spring perVades the Wash Goods BeQ tion The crisp bright lots of woven anti printodCottons look most tempting The prices will tempt anybody with a pricoeofCurtains and Draperie Housocleaning will ssoon begin Youll want a pair or two of curtains perhaps Weve got themmade of muslin made of taco Portions also in the most approved styles and colorings For a hint see our exhibi- tA Carpet or Matting If its a Carpet or Matting t tkon you can make no mistake by n careful investigation of our handsome spring stock If we cant suit you the fault is ours not yours Bolt upon bolt and dozens of different and latestyle patterns The Stocking Story Every dinroplotesizes right qualities rjgIitplices right If there are any other rights that belong to stockingbuying and stocking arirtgyoul1 find thornhera also Hose for dfwearnNewsy Notions Notes Not a day goes by but you want some little thing that this Notion section can supply Wo believe Notions can best be bought horn thats why wo so often emphasize them line notion CIItCars f n fv CO INCORPORATED HARTFORD KY kw v I t- q 1L 7 f J Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 24 Illinois Contra RallroadTlmo TabloINew time card tatlng erect 8nn lay Dec 1 1tOjliSlrh0onnrt HonhBomul- KOU1 doe lS7ft ra No 151dn UI7 a m No lot due247p to 01011118 111111- 1NoU2dael42pltI No 131 due 8S y m LoeuI jiclghtu- o HI dan r85am NIIO line S4T p m I H VAHMITKB agent fftIr5 PLEASING BOB TAYLOR ON THE IR ISH PEOPLE If I were a sculptor I would chisel from the marble my Ideal of a hero I would wake it a figure of an Irish man sacrificing his hopes and his life on the altar of his country and I would carve on the pedestal the name of EmmetIf a painter I would make the canvass eloquent with the deeds of the bravest people who ever lived whose proud spirit no power can break and whose loyalty and devotion to the home of the free government no tyrant can ever crush And I would write under the picture Ireland IIIf I were a poet I would melt the world to tears with the pathosof my song I would touch the heart of humanity with the mournful threnody of Irelands wrong and Erins woes I would weave the shamrock and the rose into garlands and glory for the Emerald Isle the land of martyrs and memories the cradle of heroes the nursing of liberty Tortured in dungeons and murdered on scaflbjds robbedof the fruits of their sweat and toll scouraged by famine and plundered by avarice of heartless power driven like the leaves of autumn before the keen win ter winds this sturdy race of Erins sors and daughters have been scattered over the face of the earth homeless only in the land of their nativity but princes and lords in every other land where merit has been the measure of manhoodWhere Is the battlefield that has not been glorified by Irish courage and baptized with Irish blood And where is the free country whose counsels have not been strengthened by Irish brain and whose wealth has not been increased by Irish brawn II Whenever the flag of war flutters the spirit of Irish chivalry Is there panting for the battle and eager for the charge Whether it be Welling ton leading the allied armies at Wa terloo or New following the eagles of France whether it be Sam Houston crushing the tirmles 01 Santa Anna nt Jaclnto or Davy Crockett courting death at the AlImo whether it be An drew Jackson at New Orleans or Stone wall Jackson at Chancellorsville whether it be Phil Sheridan riding like a god of war in the thickest of the fight or Pat Cleburne leading a for lorn hope and dying at the cannons mouth on the breastwork of the foe it is in the same intrepid unconquera ble spirit of sublime courage which flows like a stream of inspiration from the hert of Old Ireland to burn forever on the altars of liberty Whenever the flag of peace is un furled over the progressive English speaking nations of the earth this same irresistible Celtic blood has ever been present shaping the destinies of empires and republics- It warmed the heart of Edmund Burke whose brain was a mighty loom which wove tapestries of glory for England and mankind It in spired the souls of Swift and Sheridan whose dreams will linger in English literature forever like the fragrance of roses that are faded and gone It lighted up the brain of Oliver Gold smith who broke out in songs sweet er than the songs of the nitjhtengale It kindled the uoul of Tom Moore into flame and like an angel of light from the realm of dreams he swept the OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood IAll the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes sold on Its a yourbloodter out the waste Impurities In the blood If they are sick out cf orderlhey tall to do work j Pains achesandrheu come from theb1ocdkldneylrouble unsteadyheartthey had heart because the heart Is kidneypolzonedft It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbut beilnnnfby first doctoring your kidneys The mild KilmersSwampRoot mon realized It stands the highest for Its Wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is merits flflY1centes may or or matlsm ex trouble sample bottle by mall iiotiw of snupBooi tree also pampTilrt telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Khmer Be Co BInghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BlnghamlonN burning strings of Erins heart and lot the whole world thrilled with its melody The body of Tom Moore was dust long ago but his spirit lives in his songs and breathes more hope in every Irish heart and happiness in every Irish home It I were adked why our Southern people were so impulsive I would an swer that it is not so much the effect of climate as it is the predomlnante of Irish blood in our veins It was this that fired the Itish heart of Patrick Henry to preach sesesslon from En gush wrath and the power of English arms It was this that nerved our IrishAmerican President to have Merlco tVrarhcd before brfalrfait It wab this that woke the HOM n the Ir- Ish of John C Calhoun and compelled him to thunder tie doctrine of States rights under the Constitution and it was this that finally put the North on the pension list and the South on crutchesI compelled to omit from this short address the long list of Irish names whose deeds have illuminated every page of American history It is enough to say that without our Ir- Ish names the sky of our national glory would lose half its glory And yet how can I give you a complete welcome without giving utterance in the same breath to the names of Grady and Father RyanGrady the Ira passioned Southern orator whose eloquence calmed the spirit of sectional hate and wooed the nation into the fond embrace of fraternal love and peace Grady who like the morning star blared for a moment on the ho rizon and waslost forever from mortal eyes in the light of Gods eternal day Father Ryan our own Irish hero and poetpriest whose mournful melodies despairing love for the cause that was furled forever still melts the heart of old grizzly veterans of the South to the tenderness ol childhood Father Ryan the Tom Moore of Dlx fe whose spirit has kept watch over the folded stars and bars until the resurrection 111gb Pressure Days Men and women alike have to work incessantly with brain and hand to hold their own nowadays Never were the demands of business the wants of the family the requirements of society more numerous The first cheat of the praiseworthy effort to keep up with all those things is commonly seen in a weakened or debilitated con dillon ot the nervous system which results in dyspepsia defective nutri tion of both body and brain and in extreme cases in complete nervous prostration It is clearly seen that what is needed is what will sustain the system give vigor and tone to the nerves and keep the digestive and assimitatlve functions healthy and active From persoual knowl edge we can recommend Hoods Sar saparilla for this purpose It acts on all the vital organs builds up the whole system and fits men and woo men for these hlghpressure days d S S CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Haya Always Bought Bears hedSignature BRANDS OFCH ESIf Gorgoncota a Oboe to Swear t Tt Llmbaraer to Swear At Each country baa Ua favorite cbccoo The Swigs make the Qmycro cheese known moro gcncmlly In tWa country as Bchwdtzcrkaflo It ta made of goats milk andlAjroll of boles caused by the gases In fermentation Tho cbccso is Imitated but 119cr equaled hero Tbo typical English cheese la tho Cbcdtlar first nmdo In tbu English town after which It Is named It Is very llko American cream coo Cbeslro Is another farorlto English cheese while tbo fnshlomtblu clioceu of too dny la Stilton a cheese which defies imitation Sago cheese first made In England I now made too world over Its distinguish ing cbamcterlstlc is tbo flavoring and coloring of sage parsley spinach and marigold loaves bruised and steeped Brio is a popular French soft cbcoso and Camembert originating in Normandy is another These chccsos nro cured in cuvos wbero tbo temperature never rises above 12 to 14 degrees They are ready for marketing in May and November Roquefort a celebrated French cheese Is made torn tho ruin Sled milk of goats and sheep that broweo on the thymo clad banks of the Anio In wefltcrn Franco These cheeses are also ripened In caves but tim temperature is kept at 40 degrees Akin to tho Roquefort checso la that called Gorgonzola made in Italy after similar processes It is milder than Roquefort and not qulto so good but it Is soul much cheaper Another Italian cheese the Parmoearv Is my hard and is usually grated It is oftenest used with macaroni Another curious Italian cheese is the Cacclocavcllo or horse cheese which is delicious and im proves with aga It is cured in the skins used In making sausages and comes In curious sausagcllko shapes Limburger cheese so beloved by the Germans originated in Belgium It Is extraordinarily rich being allowed to ripen to putrefaction hence its horrify ing odor In unaccustomed nostrils Some persona have a saying Gorgon zola la n cheese to swear by Limburger to swear at From Holland come tho E lnnv and the pineapple both made in cleanly manner and very popular It is written in history that tbo Dutch used their round cannon ball like Edam dresses to shoot out of their can non when tho Swedes wero besieging Amsterdam Philadelphia North Amer teau 8 TJi Hoot of Tree Tbo root of n trco do not cover tho same area beneath the earth as they do above A gardener of many years ex perience having had n vast deal to do in tli KljiK und transplanting trees says he has found that tho roots ot trees cover on nn average about two thirds of thojirea of Us branches Tho I tree which baa the largest area under ground Is tho weeping willow This trees roots spread to such an extent that should there bo any trees or shrubs planted within thirty feet of them In n few years the roots of the willow will bo found Intermingled with them Fruit trees such as Apples pears and plums have very small roots In comparison with their sIze The roots of currant bushes do not occupy more than a Quarter tho space their branches cover Crltlclmn Tlmt IInr nnd Vreti To bring about sane friendship IK twccn people who lovo each other ro spcct for each others Individuality is of course necessary We can vow that unless duty seriously and lovingly do uwnds It there should be no unasked criticism between people woo lovo each other Think how It would make for peace If domestic criticism were for bidden at every breakfast tablet Think of our own happiness If our brothers and sisters will stop telling us unpleas ant truths Think of their happIness If we could retrain from enlightening them as to their dress or manners or beliefs Margaret Deland In Harpers Darns An Appropriate Quotation Dr Temples hatred of verbosity was Intense On ono occasion his chaplain was surprised to receive a telegram from tho archbishop consisting of only the words Third John 13 and 14 Mystified the chaplain turned up his BIble and read I had many things to write but I will not with Ink and pen write unto theo But I trust I shall shortly ace thco nnd we shall speak taco to face Peace be to thee Our friends salute thee Greet thy friends by name Ooncrona If I could only get a blto to cat he whinedWhy dont you workrshe asked Nothln1 doln In my line ho an swered Im a dime museum glass cater an theyre gcttla too common Poor manr sbo said sympathetical ly Como right In nnd you can havo the two goblets and the glass dish tho girl broke this morning Chicago Post A Forcible Indictment Uttto NellI dont like my papa ono bit lIes awful selfish Mamma lie Is Llttlo NclJYcsm IIo nearly sat down on my dolly an then stead of takln another chair ho took her chair right away from her an left her on th bard floor About Ghqata- Ho Dyou know It I were over to ace a ghost dont you know I believe I should bo a hopeless idiot for the rest of my life She absently Havo you ever seen a ghost London lUng The average person wastes lots of tlmo telling other people things they do not care to bear A word from a friend Is doubly en joyablo In dark days- POULTRY POINTERS Everything In tho poultry house should bo dry Ducks will not thrive on sloppy food nor on cornmeal alone Dolled potatoes turnips sand other vegetables may bo fed to ducks to ad vantageA food for fattening fowls can bo made by mixing cornmeal with mashed potatoes nnd milk In dry picking poultry the picking must bo done while the fowl la warm as soon as possible after the fowl Is killedThe nests should never bo fastened to the poultry house In such a way that they cannot be readily removed and cleanedFowls are very fond of raw vegeta bles Beets carrots turnips and cape cially cabbage may bo fed to advan tags Tho best plan Is to chop them tine A dressed fowl may bo mado to look plump by dipping it for ten seconds in water that is nearly boiling hot and then holding it until chilled In cold water The Dog Man is tho boot friend of the dog Horace como next but between the dog and all other farm annuals from tho house cat to tho cow and tho beef steer there ucems to bo a natural enmity Dogs however are fond of sheep and goats but as diet not as living friends Cows nnd sheep and goats should bo kept as free from association with dogs as is possible with tho exception of tho trained shepherd dog A dog walking through a cowpen will often cause a decrease In milk flow that amounts to more than tho cash value of the dog Many dogs aro worth considerably less than nothing An Odd Palplt The oak pulpit in tho Seamens church at Sunderland England la a curio lu tho way of pulpits It is built of wood in tho shape of a boats bow and bears on tho gunwale In letters of gold the Inscription Nevertheless at thy word I will lilt down tho net The pulpit was the gift of the naval ofllceru and men of tho Dedway flotilla of torpedo boat destroyers In acknowledgment of the kindnesses received during their visit to Bundcrland in May 1001 To Hake Him happy Old Peterby Is rich and stingy In tho event of his death his nephew is to inherit his property A trend of the family said to the old gentleman HI hear your nephew Is going to mar ry On that occasion you ought to do something to make him happy- I will said Mr Petcrby Ill pro tend that I am dangerously hlLLon don Telegraph Too Much Mrs Mnrrynt Mamma is talking of closing her house and coming to live with us Do you think you could support both of us7 Mr Marryat My dear I can support you very nicely now but Im afraid your mother would bo Insupportable Catholic Standard and Times Btlll Bloro Bxclnalve Mrs Woodby Theres nothing like a college education to open tho way to exclusive society Since my son start ed to go to the university bos got into the Four Hundred Mrs McOlnty My sons doing oven better at college lies on the nine Philadelphia Press The way to lose a friend is to have him gut rich while you stay poor Take The Republican r 141000 IN PM8 The Owensboro TWICE AWERK MESSENGER will distribute 41000 In prices of which 100 Is In gold among Its subscribers on and after this date and until May 9 1903 at 4 p m who estimate the nearest to the correct vote Josh Griffith will receive In Daviesa county in his race Jar State Treasurer in the Primary Elec Lion May 9 Ten estimates will be allowed with each 100 paid in subscHption to THE TWICEAWEEK MB3SEN GFR whether new or renewal and a person may subscribe for as many years in advance as desired or for as many single subscribers of one year each and for each dollar aid will have the privilege ot making ten es timates Write us at once for a sample copy of THE TWICEAWEEK MESSEN GER containing full particulars of this offer also for blanks to use in making this estimate Address THE MESSENGER Owensboro Ky A Neat Program Now that the Dedication Cerm an I les of the Louisiana Purchase Expo sllion the Worlds Fair are co close j at hand the public is commencing to wonder what St Louis has to offer in j the way of entertainment to outof town visitors I The Henderson Route which iu the Worlds Fair Line has gotten out a- very neat booklet vestpocket the which contains the complete official program of these ceremonies- It is a modern piece ot work in every I respect printed In green and red with gray antique cover and high grade enameled book stock inside Ceples will bo gladly furnished on 1 application L J Irwin Genl Passenger Agent Geo L Garrett raveling Passenger AgeDt- Henderson Route Louisville Ky Danger of Cords and Grip The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia II reasonable core is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these dis eases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusiv ly that It Is a certain preventive of thMf dangerous disease It will cure a cpld or an at tack otthe grlplln less time than any other treatment It is pleasant end safe to take For sale 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Owifiuboro Ky 14 II JyISeven MHSoa boxes soW In past 13 months This sfonatare uluii SPECIAL PRICES I Wo have in stocklio following sizes of rubber bolt that I wo nro soiling nt a reduced price This lino is all good goods I inndo by reliable inauuihchuws arid is a bargain at the prices named 325feot of 3 inch rubber itolti 4 plynt 8c per foot I lG5H 4ti 4 j1at 11cII 328U 1H II 4plyatl3c II a75II 0 I 4plyatlGc II 2GO 117II U 4 ply ntlSc i 1 325 8II II 4 ply at 21c III150II 10II II 4plyat27c 75I 10II 5 ply at 330II IJees Maohioa WovbaiNCOWOKATE- OOWENSBORO KENTUCKY Homo Phono No 440 Cumberland No 253 IC OLiiNS liLO- PP ii cw sYHandles tho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Wines and Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stono and Old International specialties Bock Beer Bock Beer BB COLLINS CO AU Kinds of Job Work NEATLY DONE AT THIS OFFICE Qvc1QffCOST NO JIOHB THAN PLAIN ONES IN White BronzeMarble is entirely out of date Granite soon gets mossgrown discolored requires constant expense and care and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth Besides it is very expctiilve WhlteBronze is strictly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action of frost Mossgrowth Is an impossibility It In more artistic than any atone Then why not investigate It has been adopted for nearly one hundred public monuments and by thousands of delighted customers in all parts of the country It has been on the market over 25 years and is an established succefs Many granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots We have hundreds ol beautlfuldesignsof grades of vrorktnd want to have you see them if you are Interested In a monument headstone marker or grave andjronre i KyAgentI Cons If You Want To keep posted and otherwise wellinformed subscribe for Tbe Republican And get all the news all the time CHOCTAW OKLAHOMA GULF RRI I ICombines tho Advantages of rn ServiceWith tho Opportunities of a WESTERN COUNTRY DIRECT LINE Memphis to Little Rock Hot Springs Jndian and Oklahoma Territories Texas Cot orado New Mexico Arizona Old Mexico and the Pacific Coast WIDE VESTIBULED TRAINS II y PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM SLEEPING OARS PULLMAM TOURISr SLEEPING CARS I FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS b 0 D BJCOX Dill Pus litC- lKleutt OED I LEE 0 P A T 1 t Oko Unit lack Mum I Call for a Senatorial Convention- At a meeting ol the Republican executive Committee ol the 7th Senatorial District held at Beaver Dam Ky December so 1902 It was ordered thi t a convention be held In I each of the voting precincts Jn said district on Saturday July II 1903 at 2 p m for the pnrpose of electing delegates to attend a county convention to be held at the county seat of each county in said district on Mon day July 13 1903 at Ip m which county conventions shall elect dele gates to attend a district convention to be held at Hartford Ky Sntut y July 18 1903 at t p m to nominate a candidate for State Senator in said district The representation in the county convention shall be one dlle gate for each 25 or fraction over ra votes cast for McKIIIIII for President I in 1900 and the basis ol reprqsenta tlon in the district conveutlonsball be one vote for too or over 5 t votes cast or McKinley for Pteiilcnt in 1910 The candidate re ceiving 1l11l1jorityIIf 1111 the votes I cast in said district convention shslii be declnwrf til romlnee ol the lican party for the office olState Senator raid districtINICHOLAS BARRASS Chrnn M S RAOtjANB SfCv TOC RCLDIN ONE DAY Tnko lJixiitlr nromo Qalalnr Tntil U All dralKftII rlnbd the tnouv It l rllilft torOM It w GroreA IlD8tolo ou each box th ATTENTION Wbei la Uveniburo call on Win Cli lilon dealer lu par straIght WhUkle Apple aid 1mch Ilranllles AlIt Frank FehrKrewlnB Oi JaHprden nlll iwtlre prompt attention The bet 1100 Wkbkejr In the Stat Wrn CUSHION Owensboro ny I Now is the tim to I i subscribe for The Hartford Republican THE NEW YORK WORLD ThrlceaWeek EdltfonAt- I most a Daily at the Puce of IaWeekly campaign In over tint the world mire on Jut the tame and U l tall 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