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Digital page images are linked to the text file. en l1 1 M A tJ- t 7i It t 17 J I THE HARTIIJRD REPUBLICAN n FinJob Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OKlAlOFTlEPAIU IIIGFama O IEIII A hSrIIC Sibscriptjon 1 a year- I j VOL XV HARTFORD KYFkIDAY MAY 1 1903 No4k I IJIWILFU 1 lkat old copybook maxim Snds ha- S most forceful application In the WAIte of vttaI1ty II OIl1ed bumlng the id boUt end A la often tempted beyond berttrength by tinyIt to the woeful want of It She W be come weak nervous and mlscrable For weak nclTOUII rundown wornei- S I thanDrrestom the Ippetlte qultta the nerves 4 cureslocalundermitse tile general health It wakes wvak omen trang lick women well itrtttAvenueIorchaLt flyJIIenI ixo doelorkt1htyt and orthewade a elite otme Weak ant1 sick women are Invited to coniilt Dr PlHCe byleUerfrtl AU iiircorrepondcace Is held at thfctll private YDr4 J MEAT MALT TwaALStC 4tO IIIICllllnCTIfI f Theres tn ad 5trecgth Ia Every Dreg A sc4cati fo of the SfceeLlItaes1i et PRIME BEEF and PUU OLD MALT LouInUJ K rJrnp pZETMALTCOLoubvUby kDtIcmtDUnlurulIIodporJltAUnd fait rvcpMaIIoa cr4 brng ihoonshy 11i- iIU ompoUIon ini jnndi 01 I on lull hal Ii Is an yICkNt Mns ant hhWId Ic I cr4 hIgnntrs digstka a II dSIJ tnn nnzs 111OIlnlll1a a chdtWtr trty 1D KASTNB1F t D- L4ubYUe j CcWQ I I rnci siINCU MLT CU Lfstf IC7 4 ith OOUNTYrBANK a TRUST co l OWENSICRO KY b Cash oCapltnl S5Oooo ssoe88ietvJla rtnd tJc toto Costi- s1 WIle to dpOI ce oMclt cut JJI a be 4 doDe b n IMnst ts4 on II dpodtai- I S PR CEHYforlIOsthiio6pusn forper1oo ItIbtea Call or wtte for httbtronltooul q7T5 AIUiEKlef JnoI e iLlLlPPIMcOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINE A FAMILY LlRARY I tDtst hi Cwrlnt UlaratlK 12 COMrunN vn YEARLY MANY GHORT STORIES AND PAPRS ON TIMELY TOfICS 1 2f0 PER YEAR I S dC A COPY NO CONTINUED STORE 11EVtRY NUMBER COPLlrC IN 1T8ItLr ti i K gI BLACDRAVT t Ut JB F t CONSTIPATIONConeUpatlon i J a clogging of the aid nothing lees tluunltahtag 4t nation 01 death not If constipated sufferer allQwingijsteni hwould IOOf1jft reUel Consti1atuu all c eon on Headache blllOUle nell cold and tny other alt mena dIeappear whea coast are d fled thorougblyjnatural manner without the tandcathartios of calotnelor otherrlo De N1 tkt y t theorflll- A nat Thedfordi D1iCkDniuglit Jmade The Ch Mod elneCo Soul all drugglatlln IisCIIIIt and 1VO pw age J ArllXIItlGlItJlnqkttoohhlrIIIH1ltIrh 7 sit the Urns ItIUtJoluSiet 1 asterv J 1 8r ler axeus I fiti12neTer be able to oa icosnIofje1agkoW4wI I rnn4IpsIon seJISIO iUthMkoesmelip a C B JtrLBL1D I 1 c NW TEXAS MAGNAT John Kirbys Rise From Pet nlless Lawyer to Mu- ltiMIllIonaire EarlY Struggle of Qne of Tex as Richest CItizens GaIned MeaferEduC4 lon In the Interim oT Toll II the Cotton FIe1s Pew mern lu this Jllild oC opportcn- Itles have crllped them more ucocai fully than Johzi II Ehby of Tezs ihoae pledld home at Houlloll just completed In noted throughout the entire south for Its beauty aad magnificenceMr In the lullest sease we the builder ofhis own tortune Ten years ago he was pennlleu Iltwyer- T ay bela at the age ollortytwo the owner ohnore laDd than he Cal ride across between sunrise and unset Is worth sowethiog like 20000 000 end lives In the finest private mansion west of the Mlsalsslpp river linpovetlshed by the civil warjohr I Klrbya parents were too poor to scud him to school is a mere Jad he labored on a fnm and what little educatIon he acquired wa set taught Xe fact he was nilleteell year of ag before he was able to read readily still he persevered but when lilteen years ago he hug out his shingle lu the ljolated Texas village lwoodvllle- be looked back on a paiot unremitting toll and forward to a future that hal small promise He bd not a dollar not a cllett uo education except the trlUl1ba he had gathered lit I diattict school during a lew moatba n the year and the legal knowledga he bed absorbed from reading lu theI country law office oJ a need Bathe had the dream of success and ba- detenahmatlon to win lt And he kept at It with tile same bull dog per tlaclty that bad bongbt tdai up 10- fal from the cotton fields Uleoppertuultycame at Jut A Boton firm retained him to cafe Cor their IstereMa I a piece of land lit gtloa In hie native county ot Tyer Presumably It was a hopele cue whIch his cllfnta had little thought ofwInnbg The couuhylde l1ught e1 when he took It up but John Kirby had his own Ideas about It and h- cwotbe sulL This 311 the beilaalng of I rlseas brllllaat Iud remeikable as that ol Charlea Schwab in the steel Industry The firm put the young lawyer in charge Iran their land interests In the south He began steadily to ac quite holdings for blmsell formed conipank and deveoped properties Today heheads a tmber company that contrta tImber lands greater In area than ttle States of Delaware and Ilfh odeIalapd combined he Ja tole ioaer h e Texas counties prel dent of thetranamlsslppt com Iller m cia congress and Is thehead of banks aidland nndoll concerns innuer c ble I- Wltb all his success he has never lost his bead orlorgottea his old frienda All positions opened by the utentsloa of his business were filledJ whenever possIble by these companions of his adversity Mthoughf there stretcbed commercial leaguest between this man and his ooo emIployes John Kirby had not outgrown or forgotten an old acquaint aucejgreat gap which Ilea btween the poverty and Ignorance of John Kirbys youth and his litter day prosperity One hundred and fifty miles of railroad built by himself now atretch f tough the forests across which be rode as a lad of thirteen behind a 10I com tve The new KIrby mansion of Houston Is the abow place el Texas On Its ample grounds re a large artlfi- dat lake of rowlg anda moat cross redmain building runs a curved walle under a otoDaade oJ white marble s leading to a stzuure which sprob 4 ably without a paallel TheowerJ patria a natatorium containing a swimming pooi filly fect JougItl- a surroun4ed by tropical green houses The fCnud floor cotalnn a ball room and theater laity tq llpped wfth scenery dresslng rooms and all tbe cYllOtle needed for the proouctlos of a play The ballroolB Is tInted In varylogahades of rose Its celllr decorated with a magnificent murall painting Skirti gEe aldeis saaq- uet room that wUl seat coo guests Oo the other 4lde Ia broati comma- ed promenadeiitlng wIth coft lights and over lookLabgardes- p peTOolrRl piaranc Mr Kirbyf is tall and ahd athletic with kies blue grayyb5 and ti dumtaaHut chill His youthful face betirl us In dlcatloaol the fljbt hebel to make to win a11t honor ld power I Is fiSH liAR WILlPlASE ARIS LancasterCorrespondentSafs the Town Was Visited By a Heavy Fall of Hay Dur- Ing the Recent Elec irical Storm Lancaster Ky 19 3 DurIng tirriflc hall and thunder storm ber r the remarkable spectacle or timothy hay falling fiom the clouds upon wnandover a considerable area ol adjacent territory lying directly 1II18YIpeople The st rtn which came out of the Northwest was of bri C duration but wan accompanied by violent Rods alarming Ituanlfestatlons of electrical energy During Its progress hay Inconsiderable quantities was pro clpltated Into the strects and over IIthe roofs of numerous buIldIngs The next morning telephone and electrIc light wires were 4saggtug un der the welht of hay festoona whileIn bunches ofgraas might be seen InIthetrees on towers and spires upon the ornamental prcjecttons of the court house cupola facing the Noah and West The water In many clsteua baa been rendered ImpalataI ble IKuowlag the danger from fireillthe hay was allowed to dry the U8 are busy clearing the bulldlollsI of the combustable material A fewI ae collectIng small quantities of provender to feedto horses In aOllle blue grass fields south of town whce lt seems the harvestI depoats were scattered are also preparing to make the hayt ud store It In barns for Through a permit Ir8m the Mayor the tuwu CQws have been tuned outIupon the public highways animals are now getting all the heyIthey cant Daring the storm seveal telephonet poles were shivered by electric bolt stanch the LexIngton pike within a Iw yards or the reel- sdence of John Williams gouging out quantit oferth audatone aad scat terlngthedebrfs over the adjoiningg fields Wl1ams who wu 8Indown and rendered teporerlly- deafby the thuudes clap Prior to the stoirn hay was selling at r4 perW ton It Is now temporarily selling 8 per ton and la a drug ou the waik- etatthat II The Best Liniment I have derived great benefit rome the use of ChamberlaIn Pain Balm kr rheumatism and lumbago saystJ Mrs Anna Hagelgaus oJ Tuckahoc- N a J My husband ed It for a sprained back aUd was also quicklyd relieved Itt fact it latbehoat inimneit I have ever used I would 0notrecnmmeaded to many and they always peak very highly of It and deh lara Its merit arewonderlul Fortl ale by all druggists in a p riOnStoronr Beaver Dam at rate of 13 6oAtickets on sale May J6 to ar Inclu ive limited to May 24 for return An extension untU June J5 may be obtained by depositing ticket with o- oint agent New Orleans net earlier nr than May J6 nor later than May 2f and payment of tee of 50 cents No stop over privileges allowed One way secondclass ColonIst tick eta will be sold daily until June J5tE rom Beaver Dam to San Francisco n e nd other California points at special a rateol3375 Onaccouut SprlogMeeUug LouiscsvUle Jockey Club the following ticket rtea will be made from Beaver Dame Ky fur round trip May r and 2- eturn limit May 20 420 May 3 toII J9 return limit 3 daya from datedtrale k20 May 2 return May 3 15 May 9 return limit Mays Ix3x5 Mayz6rcthrrm limit Mayu 185315 IiaOn accountPaducah Street Fair ands Carnival round trip tickets will be c sold from Beaver Dam at rate or one fare 3 55 tickets on sale My Ii to i6lIwIt d to May 17 for return t- On uccount General Assembly Preabyterau church Los Angeles CIMJ21 tojune 2 round trip tickets will besold from Beaver Dim B to aAli1gef8C arid SaLPranclseo it rate of 53 is going and returniug via direct routes anti j6415 goIng via direct route and returning via Port lat3d and northern route Tickts on uleMay 2 1112 13 145J6 ud tc 19 3 Return Umltuly 15 1903- Oa account G ARBEfcampmelIt Loulsytlie Ky May 39 to 2 r und trip tickets will be sold from Beaver Dmto LulsvUle for 315 tickets soM May i8 andI9 lhnltedtoMay2c forretura I t I BOOKRR WASllINGTON THE MODERN MOSES So Declares Andrew Carnegie IiI 1 a Letter Accompanylogai Gift of 600000 toiTnskeg College New Yorkr April 27The trustee of the Tuskegee Normal and Indurs trial Institute In Alabama have reo celved f600000 toward the endow went lund from Andrew Carnegie InrL when ex President Grover Cleveland presliled The trustees will meet soon to take formal action In aciept lug the gUt and at thesanie tlmetc take measures to stilt further IucresseI the endowment A letter eccompanying the gift Is as follows New York April 20 1903Wm H Baldwin Jr Trustee My Dear PzendI have instructed Mr Franks my cashIer to deliver tt you ns trustee ofTuskegee Institute 6000005 pea ceJt United States Steel Corpor alien fiat mortgage bsmds toward tire endowment fund I I give this without reservation ecept that require that suitable pro- vIsion be made from the gilt for the wants of Dootrer T Washington and his family dutlng his own or his family during his own or Iris wiles ife I wish that great and good man to be entirely free from pecua- lalycares that he be free to devote hmself to his great mission IoTo mejie seems one of the great est oflivlng men because his work Is unique the moden Moses Vho leads race and lifts It through educe ion to even bettead higher things a land on flowing with milk andhosey IIIstory la to telloJ two tlntotltl one white1 the other black both fathers of their people I am atI3eci that the selou race oblem of the South ii t9 be solved wisely only through Mr Washing oas policy of educatiouto wbJc l- he seems to have ben especlaUy bOln a slave anrong bavesto establish ad In hs ows day greatly toad vace Glad am I to be able to aselat this ood work In whch you and others 0 zeaiouIly labor Truly yorr- iAaEw CtnNgGz p YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAK- IN hen you take dray Taatolema ChIli Tonic be bottleatuteleq form No CUre No lny Sic S Work and Play Theblggest summlr resort within asy reach Of clvlllzatloo Is what Is ommonly termed Muskoka a dis let lu the Highlands of Outarlo bout zoo miles north oJ Toronto fn hiding an Immense tract of country on the Georgian Bay This Is composed of lakes aodI rivers Innumerable and is situated t 00 feet above sea level Good fish ll1g and hnntlng are assured Ample otel accommodation at all points on lakes Is provided to suit the purses of everyone Bxcet1eaUra is oitatlon service Copies of handsome descriptive lit- rature relating to this conntry canI e had free by applying toR McC- mith Southern Passenger Agent GralldTrnnk Railway 124Woodward t- ve Detroit 5 Too Croat RiskIInalmostevery some ne has died torn an attack ocoUeC cholera morbus often before clne could be procured ora physician sum mooed A rrUable remedy lor- tbese dloea8ps should be kept at handc The risk Is too great for anyone t ke Chamberlains ColIc Cholera od Diarrhoea Remedy baa un doubt fndthan anyother medicine in use It an always be depended For 1 ale by an druggists 1DealOifThe deal to the Central Coal tronIal City by a Syudcate Is oil It bad progressed favorably and theJtock had beed depQ6Ued at the mba Finance Trust Co at Lou vile negotlablerecepts being Is ued therefor The ColumbIa Is aowc aIitig In these receipts and return log the stuck to the holdels The t nnouncement Is to the effect that jLe dear Is off No reason Is given nor will the officials of the Central OQl lion Co discuss the matter i OXonaAuutsIa Kiad Yts I4i im IilpatUll Tor lIghton ibesabJe- cHeI SLtlpCse you aeaware of theI rdeeeil I have for you SheNo Im qulte1n the dark HeThat belng the case permit me to suggest that we strike a match Chcao News aa lerConUpaUoD TabLyons LaxaftyoS rm an Ideal remed for sa1tIspIaaantiotaeandperec- Ubnrinleosuaderiflclmvumsiaaceu IlccZo GRADUATES J State AricultntaI Colleges i Flail Ocn1ngs In Wash rfnrt n i- rjt Gtnduatca of State Agrfctiltural- o1legcs are in demand at tbaOeprt- mclii of Agriculture in Wasblnglou where they can find temporary m ployment while they pursue their studles and perlect themselves for sclntlfie work Secretary Wilson caduot get halfas many as he wants So far filtZelght young Den have tOkCfl the prescribed examl atlon and been apoIntedae scleUfia aldaOf thetwntytbree are now serving gradeIto higher positions In the department azul fourIeea have been separated ff0111 the department The Depatmentol Agriculture Iral university Its graduates command hlgkulades aU over the worM and areiagerly sought for It fact so prssing Is the lemand for agricu- ltur1 experts that the secretary finds It lmposslbleto the departmen- tthoouyhlyfqulpped Raids lire con eta t1y being made upon hie al1d his bestmea are taken away from The Government to pursue studies and ulilize their knowledge for the bene fit of private concerns Alter a season of experimentlll picking up clerks through the rdl- naychanoelll of the CIvil Service Commission Secretary Wilson de- clded to encourage graduates ofAgri- cultural Colleges to take clerkehips where they could continue their lines ofudy and prepare themselves for regular appointments He received the Jadorsemeat of Coogre8B alldls- autbolzed to appoInt scIentific aids who serve on probation for two years at a monthly salary of 4 They mast be graduates of colleges In qualifytheirpartment The secretary Is also authorized to appoint scIentific assist ants who differ rain scientific aids In that there Is no limit plated upon the length of service and the corn pea tlou is greater The secretary Is also working to HfJdnpa new source of supply of- scknUfic experts by employing stu dent assistants who selveonly a per lion of the year generally during their vacations and receive a compensation of 25 a month There are now eIghty two such student assIst ants on the rolland room for more The Inducements offered by the de- pnlment to young men who intend to follow scientific work along the lines of agriculture are great and when thoroughly understood should bring to the secretary all the young men he can find places for The young graduates of colleges will find the work similar to that pf a postgraduate course They are permitted to select the bnreait In whIch they wU serve and nowhere Lu this counItry and perhaps nowhere In the world can young students find more capable Instructors than at the Agricultural Department The facilities placed at their command by the Gov erument are superior to those offered by private InstitutIons It Is the purpose of Secretary Wit op to extend to young men who In end to devote themselves to agrlcul ural sciences alt the encouragement hIs command He hopes that ome of them after perfecting them selves rosy decide to remain with the Government A FarmorStralghto1od Out AA man living on a farm near here ame In a short time ago completely dOubled up with rheumatism I handed him a bottle Chamberlains Pain Balm and told him to use it- reely and If notsatisfied after using saysCA few days later ho walked into the tore assttalght as a string and Handed nie a dollar saying give me aaother bottle of Chamberlains Pain Dalm I want It lu the house all the byIIMoroccos SlUan Coming to Fair WashIngtozi April aJ W S Lirigerman called at the treasury department today and dmplied- 1tb the necessary formalities for getI ingtbe fine Arabiau horse brought from Morocco out of bond at New Yrk City He ohio made arrange lenta for importing two hundred fine Arabian steeds also selected by the aultan of Morocco whkh the aultan- deire for his personal use and the Ue o the mthber of his retInue whenbe pays a personal VIsit to the ezpotItOon They will be brought In- ucler bond and returaed to Arabia theexpositionCASTORIA For Infants nd Children De Kid You Have Always Bought 1J8IIi the a ueor CJ A DAN GROSVENOR SAYS 1 pOI ina s an xcdHent Spring Calarrh RemedyI am as WoH as Eer5 ruqrylIonletter written from Washington DO says Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived from one bottlo of Peruna One week has brought wonderful changes and lam now as well as tvcr Besides being one of the very beat sprIng tonics It lsan excellent cstarrh remedy DAN A OROSvmOR In a recent letter he says 1 consicterPeruna TCally more meritorious than Idkl when I wrote- you last 1 receIve numerous letters from aequlllntllDCDS all over the country asking me lfmy certifIcate Isgenuine 1 InvarIably answer ysDan AGrosvenor 1A County Commluloncr Tettor John Williams County Cmmls- lonorot 517 West Second streotDuluth- Mlnn says the toUowlng in regard to rorunal uA a remedy for catarrh I can cheer fully recommend Peruna Iknow what It Sa to suffer from that terrIble disease audi feel that Uta my duty to speak a good word for thO tonic thatbrouhtp immediate idiot Pernnacnrernootb- adoaso of catarrh and I know it will euro any other sufferer train that dl- ieiae4ohn WIn Omaha Girl Ventures Second Elopement With DIvorced Husband Omaha Nub April 27Mlss Pearl Sawyer last night eloped with William Ostrander Jr making her I second runaway marrIage she won at suit for divorce air was granted 600- almooy which was paid Miss Sawyer Is not yet of age Friends accldeuUy met the couple as they were hastening to catch a southbound ttalnOstrande met Miss Sawyer who was an expert skater as a hIgh schoolgirl at a rink They were married hire secretly on December 3 last The divorce Was granted April 2 1903 The boy induced his mother Mrs John H Slaver of Cedar Rapids to come here and assist lu8 reconclla Lion The mother took apartments oardillgIdlvl1g She finally drew the two together by lteteuded chance meet- Ing on the street That lead to n- caat The same evening Ostrander took up his home with his mother and renewed his courtship The Os tranders a e wealth Young Os traudel recently came into possessIon ole fortune by the death ol hIs father Attorneys searched for mouths or the boy at the tIme his father died and nually foupd him working as a cowboy on ranch In Texas Time girls parents ate oppose4 to the match Thecoupe late supposed to beheaded fOrSt Louis where Os trander hRs friends I Dont Temporize With Wrong One reason why crime flourishes Is that the public Indulges In a maudlin sympathy for crlmluals when they are captured and justice relents A common practice In city police courts Is to let oUenders oil on ondition that they will leave the place The only result of this in common sense1 can be that malefactore are passed along from one town to the next and the country as a whole Is no better ofT There Is II large class of profession al wrongdoers The authorities A Conrreuman IettrlIon U W Ogden Congreesmanifrom- Loti1aiana In a letter wilUen a Wash 111gtQn DO says the following of rerun tho natIonal oatsrrh remedy 4 1 can conscientiously recothrnead your PerilS as II line tonic and all around good medicine to those who lire laneedofa catlin reme4y It has been coMmended tome bypeeIe IUtlclllarlytsrrh For thou who veed a good catarrh medkfai I boW if tlIlII6 has 1 jif BCJTIS cqtrnI Snesi 5eloql theynr Stndeatt YiilIore always wIcone ITOS know them well These criminals keep the police the courts and the Jails busy and the people suffer ud foot the blue In Washington the other day twoswndieth Were arrest ad A lawyer who Is well knOwn as defender otCJClOked cases paid theIr fines and got the men reo leased on the promise that they move on This time even the lawyer was beaten however for the men got away so quIck that he got neither his fee nor the money be had advanced for them It dd or two later the same men were arrested In Bald more for swindling Qui4 work could be made of such if there was the proper amount ofpublic spirIt and crime would come tobe shunned as a dun geroun trade But in everi comm u Ity wrongdolng iii covered up and shlelded and tn many cases the laws octually bear harder on the peaceable honest ad sobergoIng cittzen than ontbe deliberate dtstutber of the peace There are not enough people with the required amount of nerve and spirit to make It unhealthy for hoodlums anti thugs and accordingly crIme flourishes A vlgoronspu1Jlle oplolou against diaoder of every sort should be cult vated In every community and when a wrongdoer is caught no matter what station he should be ed up with such firm and posItive retribution to wake him au obJect lesson Every wrong that la Ignored or condoned Is a seed which wilt reproduce a hundred old Nip crime In the and its fruits will never have to be gathered JIthe time to sub dbe for The Hartford WE OrUlltbConca12 Texu mites I suffered with chronlo catarrh flr- many years I took Perunl Bntllt com plotoly cured mo I think rernna Is tho boat modlelno In tho world for cAtarrh My general health Is much Improved by 1IA CongrelltDlus well county Va Writes t yourvaluable whoIscureff Do wait RightGuardtroublolplacoPomna self for colds anti csarrh of tlio boweLs nd ILLS a stead1drenIodf Itredtore 1J W 1tt at4makes a Ick person welt in ashort LImO IJlv Peruna my hearty Indorsemn Fred D Scott wWl1oIIhlngtonD UI am tully convinced that your remedy an excellent tonic Manyotmr trlends havo usod U with the most hen oficlal rosalie for coughs cold and 04- tauhal troubloIra O Abbott Mrs Elmer Plowing orator of Reser- voIr Council No 108 Northwestern La- gion of Honor ot Minneapolis Mlnn j wrItes from aIi35 rolk streotNEg I have been troubled all my lito with catarrh in my bead I took Pornna for about throo months and now think I 11m pormanontlyCtIrot that for catarrh lu nil Its form- aPorl1nal the ThiiqtImedicine of the J III age It cnrOll when all other remedIes tan Ican heartily recommend Poruna- as a catarrh reraedyMru Elmer I fleming ii Treat Catarrhla Spring 4 The spring La the tlmetq treat ctart Cold1 wetwinter weather otten retires a cure of oatarrh It a eouxse of PerunaJIItllken during the early spring montiw j the cure wW ho prompt and permanent Thor can be no failures It Perunau taken IntellIgently during the tavorcbM weather of sring As Ii syifemic OataXrII remedy Iitn reradIcates catarrh frOm the system- wherayer It may be located It cure catarrh of the stomach or bowl wiUI tbeamooertlnty 8catarrh of the head It you do not derive prompt and satls factory regalia from the UMof Peruns write lit once to Dr IIartmu glvln a- trmilststmenibf fOur CM ad lie wilt be pleudO tve ye hI valuable sd gratiaAddr Dr Uartian PresIdent ol Ts IIartwan Sii1tsrlurn OO1nmbosO MKUlllnjPinmf1iipu TNt or71umit qplIhllillj i ze1ZS fflIYtJJ4JwJ I IL54 prelerrtdby I and liNt arranged school biUding In the South Individual Irtant4og Ia eulocr nU can enter iii an time WKIGIIT sharp would fellows his follow as bud Nowis Republican LOtto- rCongtossrnni1TBorrenRusk1nTss ROUGH RIV11 TELEPHONE COPANYtiJf u TalkbelngcheapuaneceaaaryIyou should patronize home i- wn lIdklQJtalkingty and business points Ifllle 11 only pitying a reasonable rentto the Rough River Telephone Com yat they will bcnt the whole expeae If you say so We connect with all In dependent Companies For particu lass can on So T Stevens Manager Hartford Ky I I Lyons Laxative Syrup Isa vegetable preparation absolutely harmless In its effect acts gently on- Ihekidneys i liver bowe1SICU1ClcOlJoo 1- aUpation sick hcodachec clears complexion and wakes the blood remedy for child Ten as well as adults rlFor sale by JTh08 Allen RosineKy SHORTHAND a 1 mpllhDltat1lor WOIIIO Learn It hero We teach aU bulDM bIaaeI1- No Correct method Large- eatronage Enter aDY Use soon BOARD IOIt siva A WEEK Wrhef r caWOC1ICo LeeIlJtUI1III1fttH COIIMS ZTal1WtllI l tHE CLEANSlNO AND MEAL1LQ- COHn rOB CATARRHs ELYS CREAM BAlM Easy and pleasant to UH Contain aoln lurtOIl drag quickly abob ed Olyee at U opens and 10aCOl the Nasal Aunt InOs CAtARRH i 4MembraneSmell Large 81wlOceablatvrossteteorb7 mall Thel Silo 10 cents by mall I ELY DUOTUIUf as Varrsa street New YOIJr t j U JGroveshas Itood 1 boWel Does this recOrcIotment to yoq No Cure No Pay SOI1fadletl wlOa every IJouJe 18 T ceet packqeol Croves t1JveIo i v j I It I I f e Hartford RepubliCan baaed bj the i1ftOTd 1nbbig COll1pal- l1IJtOarouID orzcElZO S- ICuznble dOczouCh Rv2aFRIDAY MAY I Bale of AcJverIIII- lral lent advertlsemefltJ 40c per Inch brat Insertion 20o per Inth each addltlonallnlorton- fptclal rateoon 1earl1 contraCti- LocftInoUcel 100 per IIn ant IDAOrtlon1Ic per line each nddltlonallnurtlon Cards ot thanks retlolntloDllnd obltuarles10 cents ft line Caib In nvanc- eREPUBLICAN TICKET FOR RltPRESEN1ATIVE DR A D PARK Rockport Ky 1o1 CIRCUIT COURT CLERK It G BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky- ANNOVNCEMENT For NtRO Henntor- We are autborUed to announce lION A S BENNETT aa ft eandldat for StAte Senator rom the Seyenth Senatorial Dtdcjublect to the netlun 01 the Upnb1ican party W are authorized Announce SL STEVENS Senator from the SeT al a candidate for StAte outh Senatorial Dlltrltt lubJoct to the action of the Republican party WearftuthorIZe to nnounte D DAXrR- HOOAOS 8 a enndr1ate for State Senator from the Seventh Senatorial dlltrlt subject to the action of the Republican party You had it to do John K ANOJII P BriUab officer has sent in regrets from South Africa WHEN the French journalists run short of copy they reopen the Drey tuB case IT seems that Billy and Grover are determined to have harmony iJ they have to fight to get it SnI1 McCnreEY has called a convention of Institute workers to meet at Lexington June 25 to 27 RECENT issues of the Lexiogton Leader leatls UB to believe that that journal liqd been lead to a leading speclaUet and undergone an opera tionIv now seems that the Democratic party up before the grand jury over in Missouri will be transferred from the state houae to pleasant quarters in the penitentiary THE State Board of Equalization has passed Ohio county without any raise Evidently they took Into con Bitleratlon the fact that we havnt a foot of decent public highway in our borders TUE Colorado the first of the clafl- of big armored cruisers authorized by the flftysixtb Congresawas launched at Philadelphia Slllurday It is the largest war craft afloat that flies the American flag Tna place for the meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association has been changed from Maysville to Lexogton and the date to 23 to 25 of Juno Ohio county should send up a large delegation TilE tomtom beaters in the Demo cratic party vho have been asserting that President Roosevelt is in ymps thy with the trusts will now have their hands full explaining away his vigorous proeecution of the Northern Securities case WUKNLvE1 you hear anyone say that Hartford will never have this or it will never have that you should mark him down in your little book as a surf enough mOBBbac1 and give him an invitation to Go wy backand sit down You can always count ot somebody 6tan ling io the way of every public enterprise A CERTAiN WOE died in Texas not long ago says the GlllveBtOQ News leaving fourteen years of subscription due a local paper The editor of the paper attended the funeral and just before t be lid ot the corna was screwed down for the last tinie he paced a linen duster a thermometer and a palm led fan on the remains of the unlamented dead Although editors are not accuBtomed to accumulate riches they always seem to be kind and considerate BECKUAM has proven himself to be not an unskillful disciple of the un scrupuous political manipulator under whom ho was schooled lie has been the chief beneficiary of the political machine conceived and put in operation by Goebel and with the aid of the retinue of partisans cluster ell about him he has been able to work the machine with an ease and smoothness unknown to its former chief The manner io which Breck enridge and Hendrick have been dropped out of the GuberIlatorial race clearly demonstrates the power of the Beckham macblue to crush out all nppoaition in the Democratic ran s One by one its opponents have been brought to the block All are surely doomed and we only have to wait to see who ehall he next But Beckhatn may not have such mooth sailing when he toes before the public tbifnlI tCi explain the un- IIrecedented extravagance of his ad ministration limE are some riiIeswhich we publish for 1ho benefit oftbo summer i girls whn may have some acriple- againstznaking a phrenological assay orthe surmounting dome of astupid beau with a broom handle Not aU of them have been tried on us but we are not afraid tguarantee a cure provided they are used judiciously Step on hla feet itoyoyonrhaad Utttner1 time he open his month It wlU make him n 11olll- Underate h18 friend Rhllenl the things he like and HpedalJy the people hlHembea Let him sceyouwlth wenho are hllfll perlore whUb Iltl bored and uDnotlCfdlD the background Do not move Uhe attempt to embree you H he otter A carres tarn tb head n little to onlldeNr lauh when be laugh or hllM you bOLh happen tolangh lit iheea JI time let him clearly ulldntand that you are not leughing at the lame thlnghII lloagloint at When be begins to toil you a story ala1 Interrupt him and begn IInolber that hll no rvletton to the one bel trlln to tell you Find fault with all hl plan foryour lieas lire Ask him for thing he cannot poulbl tve you When you start to tate II trip call a girl friend to accompany you If you try any of these rules and they fail to workhand an account of your adventure into this office on a pole rCENTRAL GROVE KY Mrs Mary Matthews Balls ol Rockport form rly 01 this neighbor hood died Sunday morning On Monday her body was laid to rest In the Central Grove cemetery in the presence of a large circle of sor rowing friends and relatives Miss Ada Miller Goshen is visit inK Mrs Bee locker this week Mr and Mrs 0 M Bishop and soul Master Leon Harold spent Saturday night at Mr Harlan Paught Misses Eddie Everly and Usa Put kerson of Ceralvo was the guest of Miss Ada Park Monday Mr Joseph Pominville of Stillwa ter Minn after having spent over tzooa with the best doctors for stomach tlouble without relief was adv s ed by his druggist Mr Alex Rich ard to try a box ol Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He dd- so and Is a well man today It troubled with Indigestion bad taste In the mouth lack of appetite or con stlpatlon give these Tablets a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the result For sale at 2S cents per box by all drughista- p S I 4M44 t 44ROSINE KYtU H H HThV1ttV1tt Weather Is fine and farmers are be ginning to plant corn here There Is no sickness here now Messrs J M Clark J H Ragland J T Iglehart and H L Stewart 01 this place went to the lake south 01 Cromwell known as Buzzard Bay last week fishing They report a good time The way to guard against summer complaints which weaken and de bllate Is to place the liver on guard by a course of Ramons Liver plIJs and Tonic Pellets Twentyfive dose for 2S cents at J H Williams ror CuulIUpntloli Take Lyona faxatlro Syrup DnMenl remcdYfor Ind per tcctiyharmleniufltferaliCircumitancel rzIcec 1111 tl tt t SELECT KY f rtHtHr aH1H1 i ii i Mr George Atbuckle visited Mr John Kings family Sunday The little infant child of J D Evans died end was burled at the Smith burying ground Sunday The measles are again raging In our nclghborhood Falmes are badly behind with their work on account ot so much rain Mr Birch Taylor Beaver Dam wns In our midst Friday buying cattle Mr James A Hudson was the guest of Mr George Martin Sunday Rev Willis will not fill his regular appointment here this month us account of the measles but will bt on hand the fourth Sunday Is Maya H454144lW t4 t44 tLOAN ELM KY f it + i + t i ttttttttH-Mr i Elvis Torance Died Saturday afternoon at his home one mile north of Cromwell of typhoid fever He was burled Monday at the Old Brick House burying ground Funeral services were conducted by the Rev W N Miller Mr J J Amos and family of Central City visited Mr Tim Daniel last SundayProf Birch Shields of Select call ed at his mothers Sunday Mrs J W Shields Miss Mary Shields spent Sunday with her cousin Miss Minnie Ran Lucy Mr R B Martin spent Tuesday night with his mother D S Boyd Is In our midst this week collecting school taxes for Cromwell district and giving unvata- tion to such ashe wants to attend the May term of court Do you want to understaud Ille alms and objects of the Single Tax If you do you can obtaung liLerrtue ou the subject free of cost by wngt- o The Brooklyn Single Tex Lsgue 1467 Bedford Avenue Booklyn NY 55Argon Oil A gieat medical discovery Cures Rheumatism and I= Trouble For sale by all druggists- Bun OASTOBXA thelieKthd You Haue AIwas Bought Jof STREET FAll To Be Held in Hartford May 15 and 16 List of Pemlums to Which New Ones Are Being Con I stantly Added Here ate the rules and regulntons- govenntnr the fair RURS TOGOVil 11PTiO1UfSaTREET FAIR OR 1INTRRAINMCNT I Messrs Ben Nwton W P Retde Sr anti H nfnylor S- Ate invited to attend and Act as the Rxcutlve l3oar and thty fihall dl- clde all qletloils tht miy arise their decision bhng fitual II The Secretary shall Laep a rcc ord of all entries rtrord sU votes and guesses and issue his warrant lot all premiums lie shall also assist the Recntive Board In counting the votes and guesses HI All premiums to remain In possession oftbose who gave them uutll 4 oclock p nl of die last day then to be dellveed on the warrant 01- the Secretary lv Every one except citizens of Hattfod to have full privileges and prerogatives In showing products voting guessing and receiving premo- IUlns V No Ole but a farmer rhall act is a member of the executive board or act as judge of any product or ar tide VI The Executive Board shall se lectjudges to pass upon the merits of all stock fowls products and per lomances exhibited for premium VII No person stock or product shall be entitled to any premium that was awarded a premium at the late opening of T J Turley Co in Hartford Ky VIII All entries to be made with the Secretary by 12 oclock m on Friday May IS 193 IX All articles exhibited to be re turned to owners and uo executions will be mn1e fer articles on account of taking a premium LIST OV PREMtUM- SWe the underslguea agree 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 be held lxi Hartford Ky on May IS and i6 1903 with the uJlderstandlng that no citizen of Haltlold sha I P3Ttld- pate either directly or Indirectly In voting guessing showing products or receiving premiums FIRST DAYS PROGRAM Carson CcBest mare au young colt one sewing machine zS John n PosteBeat suckling caH- I barrel best flour S Thomas BrosBest cow aed calf I- cooklnt stove IS Taylor LewsBest Gedllg set of buggy harness IO Caron CaosDest young cot I shotgun 6- Rileya1eat ShopTo best ewe and lamb I dock t5- CODnu cal HoelVorIaest tir key S in gold L F WreneDest hen and ten chlc1euy i pair ladles fine shoes 3 SoC J RhoadzBest onelialt dtunI- ryungchichens I set dinner chairs 6 Nearest guess as to number of grains of corn contained In a quart jar I Iron bedstead ro Bank of IlaitfoidBest pair of mutes either se ownd by one man 15 tu gold Beht horse ary age el her sex to In gold L T BarnardFor best mare and suckling mule a saddle blanket and bridle io 00- E L BullungtouFor best pig five months old and under 5 In gold Cleve l1erFor best boy rider ten years old and under boys saddle blanket and bridle 5 Henry NailTo beLt oldtime fiddler saddle bridle and spurs IS A D WhteTo wiener In footrace I bicycle 20 SECOND DMtS PROGRAM Ohio Couny BsnkEent double team In haneas regardless otsex or ownership xo In gold First National BankBtst yoke of oeu 2S In gold R I TwedOellBeht So tars ol corn I shovel plow 5 W M Hudson Best mule ether sex 11 in gold Yislr Mortlsoutellt hall bush el or whut I shovel plow 5 R H GelpleBest half bushel of oats I ret of dO 1 let ee ad singletrees 250 Lee ChhnsBebt twoiearold coltI ether sex I set 0 hpraess IS I Wood TinsleyPor best bale of hay 3 n B CoiJins CoBrAt strlug bad 11 la goid City RestauantTo the winner In a sack race 7 SI cash To the s onl1 nt the post 2 S ca hIPair CoTo choir that makes the best music limited to five selec tlons apIece 30 ytds all wool ingrain cat pet rs trig OThER AMUSEMENTS ARE AS VOL TOWS J H WllliatnsNllrest correct guess III to uumber of pills In n pound bottle I watch i 11Slm man I sull of clothes rs G J BeauFive Sliver Dollals for finest Ioking lady over twentyeight years old and under fortyfive wlic has never ben married I 4 R T ItcrTo best Iookhig widow- I sidesaddle blanket and bridle 10- J W FordFor prettest baby two years and under ro In gold Second petLfest S In gold Economy Dy Goods StoreTo most popular yonug man z trunk 7o To most popular young lady I young ladys hat 7 S- OJG Shacklet SonTo oldest man I walking cane 2 5- W e S TunsleyTo the father and mother of largest family aU to be present I hatchel r 2Huch b ass utile z drawing knife I coM chlel r try square I No zoz block plane I oil whetstone r mincing knVe I pa- 173inch best scvs I doeu table spoons I delft sauce pan and z delft teakettle total value f6- E CrabtreNesrest guess as to number of seed in punpkun to be cit ou evening oflast day 2S lbs good coffee To next nearest bibs Total 7So Z Wayne Gffia BoNepresI guess to I quat of med gBn I set or disliss a5 will SchemmerClosestglllIS to- ttuber of loaves ot bad soW 01- hoth days of fa z cave 5 Bean BoS3 tVe to largest mar 3 tile to smallest man f- R T Collins will grerse R zo pl lId turn it ooqe In tht Co t flout1 yn 3 Tie po WJO stccetcls 1- 0cntcJtng be pig rid pd111 lov the Iron fence wi bcouve Ic ocer- T J TrleV Co will give a- sivrteasetfortaebest 25 CI1e bled hy the wife or daugbter of a firmer The guesslllg contest will contluue throughout the two days of tie Fair closing at a oclock p w on the lsl day of the Pair No animal tikes a premium when shown with Ruotber as a pair will be allowed to compete in any other ring No animal that takes a premium done will be allowed to erter in ting for a pJir The exhibition win begin on the first day promptly all oclock p m- aud on the second day promptly at 10 oclock a m Each exhibltiou will take place In front oHhe business place of the par ty otferlnZ such premium Tbe two newspapers of Hartford The Herald and REptmrxcAxwtl each donate as their part towards the enterprIse aU the advertising neces sary to bring this matter to the people which will amount to quite as- lUuchas any premium given For further hnfotination address the Secretary By order of the Executive Committee BEN NUWTON HBrAVIORSR Corn W P RENDER J W G HARDWICIC A5la I DEAN r Secrtbrles psa- w 1 44 HHHHH frt1T11HltH1 Mr Pon Rogers of Hym tlwallin town lest week oui business Mr G 1 Westelfield oft Central City was here lat Friday on business Mrs J L Rowe of Leltchfield reo turned lost Sunday after a weeks vlst with relatives here and Central CityIMr and Mrs John Carr otNelson Ky have moved Into our town- Mr Luke Nell of Morgantown is wth us again this week Mr Silas Stephens of cromwell was here last Friday shaking hand I wIth the Republicans Mr Peter Burton went to Saint Charles last Friday and returned Sunday Rev E P Rowe and son W J Rowe visited friends and relatives in Rocbport last Sunday Mr Ben WoodtuB who has beer visiting relatives at St Charles for the Past two weeks returned yester day Mr Robert Pollock of this place visited In Rockport Sunday Miss Lucy James has retorbed frotu II vIsit at Central City IThere will be quite a crowd trait bee attend the races at Louisville next Saturday Mss Vadeu Peutress will return to motow from LouIsville where she has been visiting her brother Sir 15w Feotreu the pastmonth There will be a weddng lo report next week of thl place Jnnea McIntyre has gone to Len ton md Mr C D NaIl ol Rockpot was In this city yesterday on business J Constipation And nil symptoms and Results of Indigestion Aholulelt removid by the use of OR CARLSTEDTS GERMAN LIVER POWDER Mon pleasedithby not you merchintolMomn4elconatipetionand tndjgetIonandwaeprvaIIed UverFowder feelbetterettwaseurprtsedtotnd himeU cured of thu- mostdzeadedof twl ailment He ii now IIyoureafaictedlqthlmanaerglvtr I mu you Only cents and ibould It no proeaweiay thedrujgist La lulhor to OlIuuonITUB AMERICAN PUARMACAL CO BvaanW lad Liver Pills Thats wh t you need something to cure b1II0us gooddigestion liver pills They cure constipation and biliousness Gently laxative AUdiIeta mouetacheorLer4beautlZuJbrown BUCKINOHAMS DYEI8- i O ooetIace L- Hl4i4 H FORDSVILLE 344444ii K- Ym J+ H t1tI fHHIftjtT- he farmers Is tflS seelou Pre very busy breaking corn ground Quite a number from this place went on the excursion to Louisville SaturdayMr fliaham of Owensboro waS In town Monday Miss Golla Morrison of Herbert Is visiting friends and relative at this place Mr Ed Smith of Dundee was In town Thursday Miss Attic Smith of this place returned home Sunday night from an extended visit to her sister Ms Is lMisplace left MoutThy for Bowling Green I where she will pend the summer with her aunt Mrs Alonzo Harder MesPrs Charlie Martin and Henry Carter of Narrows were In town fjunday Miss Artie Smith Is spending a few days In the country with her couSIn Mifli Mamte Jlmes I Sirs P C Cooper rdurled home Sunday night frm lhwiing Green Mr Willie Mrtir of Dundee J8SS- ed through town Sundy cnroute to Owensbro Miss Punl Iluit Is suflerlrtg very painfully thl wteic with something like heert trouble Misses Mauiie Jones and Artle Smith will leave in t few days for an extended visit to friends and rttldUves In Dundee and hartford Mr Saw Roberts has bought the livery stable from Mr R I Godsey Mr Loren Wbhler went to Owens boro Sunday MesdrB Asa Brown Marvin Truman and R P Hall of this place have joined the army Mr J B Rice and family have moved toOveosboro We hooM le glad to nave our cor respondents write regularly each week CommunlcaUous must reach us not latr than Wednesday to In ilurci publication No communi cation Can be publsbed unless the run name of the writer Is attached 4liKY HHHH 1TH prtititttt i iteitH t Mt Ed Duke visited his parents near Marvins Chapel recently Messrs Noah Sktlggs and T C Beau were In Hartford Monday Mr Dudley Renfzow and son Mas ter II rman of Earlirlgton are visit- Ing relatives here Supt J M DeWeese was In town last weekIMaster Dudley Sproul Is very sick Miss EiSa Bean visited her parents here Saturday and Sunday Sunday rchool was organized here Sunday I Miss Sadie Sko1gstS Is on the sick list I The pound supper given by Misses Bettie and Nolla Renfrow Saturday I night was a most enjoyable nflairhLd was attended by a large crowd Mrs Will Duke Is the guest of her daughter Mrs Will Sproule Dr McDowell visited his father near Hartford Monday I Mr L P Bean was lu Hartford Saturday I The postoffice has been moved to the store of Artnendt and Wedding I who will take charge of It I l H- ICENTERTOWN 1 i It r Kyfrt1THHi tt t71 Q i f f Tr Rtv e H rIu11 tiend khnrch- e Ice st Eka Cnpel Sn urla- ySteqre Rlciinri Lwlll Jetn I who Ire etgijrd b1u ti ulnr t s ness telrCa1loll bite tbtr hrni lIe hett SttiyIu MUel SulyM- 1ss JeasieTnLtua vI M t z thu cue t of Alvin UOIIua Iniull tltt- weerT Mr Snn j nle to tit 0111 811110 Mr Thcnton nop is oti the sick list thlll uvetk M James CnlloJ Dawro vIsit ed his rlnngbttrMrJ 1 P Balls last week Mr Baoth Swain and c1alhtt- rNn vilted1riend In Providence neightrhiod Inst week- Sir nakcr RhcteF or Beaver Darn was in our town last week on husi ness Mr C C Ross spent paiL of last week at Beds Mr John Moorman and brother of South Carrollton were mlllng with their many friends here this week I It DOlsnt Scare Folks to be told the nit about Lion Coffee The scarecmw coffees are those factoryeggsCOffo Ie pure wboieioma unllofUInaekan llIllIrel e1ean11Do tRAb- oaeu anc1l1r onnl Eyes Did Not Close For a Week Heart Trouble Baf fled Doctors DrMi1esHeat Cure and Norvlne Cured Mo There is nothinc more necessary to jiesith than sleep sad reat It these are roll it rise lu the morning more tired than when yon went lobed there II D affection of the nerves plainly Jf heart is weak or there Is an inherited tendency IlL that direction your weakened nerves wiU lOOn 10 affect your hearts adios as to bring on serious chronic trouble Dr Miles Zier vine Is a nerve tonic which quletlthenenel so that sleep may come and It restores weakened nerves to health and strength Dr Miles Heart Cure Is a great blood and heart tonIc which relates the ac- tlon of the heart enriches the and im proves the circulation Some time 10 I was suffering leverelr with heart trouble At times my heart would seemingly stop beating and At others It would beat loudly and very fast Three to four hours sleep each la ten months was all I could get One week In last September 1- aeverclolcd myeyes I got Dr and heart Cure at a drng store In Lawrence burr alter spendln f3OOJO lu medl cines and doctors In ShelbJTille Frankfort Cincinnati and Lswrenccburg and in three days have derived more benefit rotfromthink everybody ought tel know of the marvelous in remedies v H Ilucuas Fox CreeJi Ky All sellnd gparantee first bot tIe Dr Mire Remedies Send free book on Nervous and Heart Addeese Dr Miles Medical Co EIkhartlud Cumberland TELEPHONE AN- DIolcgraph CoI- fneorpornted1 Theres nothing the matter wil toy business I have the Cumber hand Telephone ilt my residence and place of business My Luahells has inereored and my wUes voice is neve er heard to grumble about the Tel C- plvine Yours for geol seivice anll gentlemanly competition UIP NOWhIN Manr Security Mutual Life Insurance Company BInghaJt1ton JSf tI- ssues all forms of Policy Contracts at thu lowest possible rates consistent with absolute safety Why note carry your insurance whui this Company Have time Policy Registered the reserves deposited with the State of Now York as trustee and make this the most sacred of your investments absoIutc1 secure For information regarding Policy Contracts call on address E W PPATTJRSON Hartford Ky Threshing Machines Traction and Portable Farm Engines and Machine Suppliesot Il kinds made by the famous JI Case Machine Co for sale by NeW Skaggs Dundee Ky lIIou neaa M kC CbrorJc Invalids When the Uftr torpid alI4 taiIa to do Ita work the bile enterl the blood u a Ttrulont IOIIOD This comea ooutlpIiIOD bUloumeaa sick headache fever md malaria rho only tOament that ie the five JIll the ughi touch sad stana Natures wrt to the rip manner pbAMONS LIVER PILLS JftANDIONIC PELLETS A- Ibe pm touchu the liver the pellets tone the system 2l400ee for ZIer ans n OOI Our 18 elcooJnllf ti1 011 be wcU befo 011 tnllh them SlmpJo ree For eat at aU dea1era For sale by J H Williams Druggist Hartford Ky Y r f Special Attention to J I Spring Sales f Clothing and Shoes n specialty as our stock ilthiB iline is vcry large and our pricci are very low Also Four other linesDress Goods and Mattngs Ye quoto you some prices on Clothing which you will give close attention Mons Vool Suits nicely made nil sizes 275 Youths StfltS Black Clay yotQd size 14 to 19 years250 Childrens Suits from 5 to 11 years75c Mons Wool Iants nice culors100 Mens fine Summer Pnnts500 this is n worlds beater Mens Shoes 100 tn dies Shoes 100 lrunks Irate Shirts and many other articles cnn Io found in n firstclass dry goods house Your Call Will be appreciated and our clerks will give politcat 11 tention Yours for trade SAM BACH Hartford Ky3i P SFenthers Ginseng Wool and General Produce at right prices tnkenin exchange for goods Horseshoe Brand Fertilizer Owing to the unfavorable weather the planting season is going to be unusuaily Iato and consequently successfulcrop growing will demand a very liberal use of Comtnercinl rcrltilicrs We are COrtIUUIy well prepared to supply this demand with the old reliablo Horseshoe Brand of Feztslizcr at the roHowing range of prices 80c 100 120 130 150 165 anti 200 We cnn furnish as cheap as anyone or we can furnish the best 111 earth BUgglesl Buggies We have just received n shipment of the fal1ousStnver Buggies rlieso Buggies are models of oxcolicinco and there this IlQ moro durable ur bettor finished linear vehicles on tim market We are prepared to sell you any kind of n Buggy from a nicely finished durnle job at 45 to an elegant Rub bortiro at 10Q00 J O K Stoves and Ranges We have learned from personal experience that there is iio line of Stoves in this market that equals the O K hue They laSt longer cook quicker and use but little fuel Bo sure to buy the O K Stove and Range lhey have in reascd tli happiness in many homes We can furnish you la Stove complete with all the cooking vessels nt 875 i10 1250 81350 1500 1050 19752250 2500 30QO or 8850 Furniture 7 ifVe carry quito a variety of everything needed to fUlnish la house People needing anything in this ine will flnd the largest variety of good dependable furniture nt our store Bedsteads from100 to 1000 Dressers from 600 to 30 4 Suites from 1500 to 4500 Chairs from 300 tQ 3000 per sot Evnrything else in this depart in same proportion 1ing us nIt of your Produce We pay every cent tim market will justify and sell you the best Morchanlilso at spot cash prices i EPBARNES aaoIiBEAVER DAM KY Hj U S t- Owcnsboro KyMain Street betwcea Triplet umd Iloilyar luset attention giyep to atoek ileadquutr toy Ohiocounty peo- pleJAMESREYNOLDS FropHr 1 1r t l rIor rfw I j T 1 r Ii C I i Onf i 0 IEveryDay = No matter how often you come into our storowe will always show = you something that you have nev er seen beforeS- OMETHING NEW INWHITE GOODS I 1Ihonow morcorixed Oxfords latest patterns 20c IP n to 0c Tho now Lonoro stripe white goods new pit torn sheer quality at 15c Tho now crinkled JE anti 51 tin strip Mussoill the very thing for prot ty waists 25c to 35c Now things in Dimity cords 1 tlllipes plain whites etc Our line cannot be sur P pasodtwon in tho larger cities Visit us and got t It prices ESOMETHING NEW IN WASH GOODS Slicor quality olorcdorgandics in EloUd pink light and dark blue lilac and canary at lOc- ii Ii tbingrortqualty of Polka Dot Orgahdies very nice for chi droivs wear a regular lOc quality our price 7chI Fifteen pieces of choico styles of Figured Organdies 1 and Swisscs a quality that some houses make loaders of at 12io our low price to you is lOc It See our lino It will surprise you in quality and on vricoV IINEW THINGS LADIES FURNISHINGSC Fnnsthe lending novelties Choice Une of pretty styles at Go to 25c Silk Fans 60c 100Isand 150 Bolts exclusive styles foundonly hero Black and white from 25c to 125 Tho c 3latest creations in flincy Turnovers Collars in Silk CoUntS nt lOc to 75c Now Bolt Pins PinsI6ftprottv lino of these New Things NEW THINGS IN MILLINERY II- Ie Every day adds New Goods in this departmentin Now Shapes Now Ribbons Now Laces Now VeiltIai Now Flowers Now Fruit Visit this depart SimonL Sure to please you W Tine Place ItsnIi Ii I EuMlI Can Sell Your i Real Lstatev Thats my bu incsslI havo calls every day for good farms List your property with me See me if you want to bior soil A line farm near Palo in this county of 70 ncres45a- cres lull lund 25 fino boti torn land Good houses good barns and a fino or hard BARGAIN V A Anderson Dealer In Real Estate lIAUTFOIm xt I Buy Fro- mBLDSanderfufI i Beaver Dam Ky i DEALER IN r f Groceries and HardwarolHar vesting Machines Farming lt ImplembntsCommolcial Fevtilizers Field and Oar r don Seeds Etc ALFRED HUDSON BUILDER Jt qONfRn fOR IlnrtlnrU Kyi DnlldloK and repairing dono by diyr or call rtrBetUc bin wtlinato bJoro jron sIn fOP Ylltrm 4- I I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY I City RestaurRnt Bug your Wool to Pair Gos Read Daviess Co Bk TrCo ad Mens Low Cut Shoes from ft to 2 5b Hot and cold lunches at City Ru taurant Mlu Fannie Cox is on the sick list this week Cash or trade lor yourWOOl at Pair Cos For pure Animal Fertilizer call on W a Tinsley New styles In Millinery every week atFatrCoao Nobblat line Menu Straw Hats ar- eatFarCoa City Rebtaurant for everything nice and good to tat Mens new sprinj Suits t to 115 atlaiCoa Good assortment of Trunks ft 25 to J8 at Pair Cos Fair Co pay best prices for your Wool Bring it to them Born to the wife of Mr Sam Bach In Louisville April ax a girl James H Williams will fill your prescriptions at reasonable prices Dont buy a Buggy until you have seen ourp TAYLOR LKWIS Boys Cothnz the new things fom 1125 to 5 a Suit at FalrCos You cant aflow to miss the Song Recital at the Baptist Church May 7 G B Bean will open a general store a Sulphur Springs next Monday Mr Arbin Petty left last Saturday and the place of his destination is un known Kaufmans fertilizer was awarded highest medal at Paris la zoo Sold by Tinsley During the Street Fair sake your headquarters at the Economy Dry Goods Store Any one having a horse to be train should call on or write S C flair Haitord Ky Dr Miller Is again able to be out alter having been coafined to his room for two weeks Tickets on sale for Mme Epping Housen Bally Song Recital at Grll fiVftdrngstoie For polite and careful attention and firstc ass tonsorial work call on Bulllngton Huff 1l RETIRING PRESIDENT OF CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE President R H Hankins who has at his new position in the North een connected wth Hartford College I Ills work here bas been eminently and Central Business College or the auccessful in his line and his winy past three yearn has accepted a posl f ends wish for him the high degree ion at Flint Micb and wll leave of success which his ability and at- ee on My 14 to assume the duties talnments merit Mr S A Anderson has greatly improved and beautified his dwelling Washington street Hear Mme Bailey at the Baptist hurch May 7 No lover of music an afford to stay away Try our Pickles ChowCow Rel hea Olives Horse Radish cICITY RUSTAURANlI Wanted 500 bushels of Corn TAYLOR LEWIS Hartford Ky Dr A B Riley hRS placed a new awning In front of his meat shop andC nother In front ofthe New cial The editor of Tiis RKPUBUCN is averse to being a judge In award g the T J Torley Co pize at Street Fair Dr D W Ring Osteopath is at G Hardwicks Call if needing treatment Consultation and Etaml ation free 41tf Every visitor at the Street Fair is Invited to our line of BuggiesI re11celvedDont fall to come to the Street Pair I and gnesa at the number of pills in a pound bottle as you may get a 1500 t watch J H WILLIAMS j Buy your Widow Shades Scrims Floor Oil Cloth Lace Curtains Cur I j lain Poles and Matting at Fair i Cos Best selection Lowest prices I Special Ribbon sale Special Shoe I sale Trunk Call dur11lagStore i Go to Riieys Meat Shop for Meal Flour Potatoes Lime Fiesh and Bulk Meats Country Lad Hams Sides end Shouldes All goods dc livered Its not a question of the cheapest but the beat for your money If Its Feritllzer you want get the best and you have the cheapest Sold by WI S Tinsley Mrs Jane Stevens wire of Mr J W Stevens died at her borne about two miles north ol Hartfotd Monday Her esalns were Jntered 1 1 the Alex ander cemetery Tuesday Mr Fraik Stowers son of John i Stowers who lives rear town is In Mt Venon Iud dtngtrottsly HI with appendicitis Late epOcr ladi cate tbe possibility ol his ncovc y Mrs Rather Brown died at her home at Rockport last Sunday night ofconsumptlon Her reaia ns were interred in the cemetery there Mon day She was the wife of Uphr lm Brown WantedEvery body vlsting the Street Pair to call and examine the Bargains and Special Sales at the Economy Dry Goods Store one price to all Every article marked In plain gureaVMTED3 oolbi chicken manure I will pay fioo per iooR Manure must be thy and free from litter Can be delivered to me in Hattford Ky between now and September 15 1903 41t3 DR J R PJRTLK I will unload Old Reliable Eagle Fertilizer that has stood the State test for thirtytwo years at ten cents less on the hundrcdon April the 20th at Beaver Dam Ky D L D SANDEKFUR Dr Wedding stands out in favor of macadamized streets for Hartford untn1ther IIwltbChas E Sngg Superintendent of I Henderson county was here Satur diy in the interest of his candidacy lor the Democratic nomfnation for Superintendent Fnblic I1sl uction He is a aian of note and between Democrats we ate for him On May 7 Mme Cecilia Epping Housen Bailey will give a Song Recital i at the Baptist Church She has been here before and therefore needs no words of praise It wjll be a rare I trent to hear her and no one should miss the opportunity Admission 35 and soc Reports from the rural districts Indicate tbat tbe county will be practically depopulated on May 15 and 16 The entertainment promised by the business men here is something that not been seen here before Hartford doubtless will see the largest crowd it has ever seen Martin Conner was indicted last Saturday In Owensboro for the mur of Ben Cutler last Christmas Conner WAS dismissed ou his examtn ing trial before Judge Hoskins a Sew days after the murder but subsequent developments caused the grand jury to return an indictment for murder Conner was released on bond The lectures et the Court House Saturday night and Sunday afternoon BereaIv young men He proved himself to a man of Tae and diversified knowledge and the highest Intellect attainments Those who Sailed to hear him missed a splendid Intel lectual treat Roscoe Embry tile seven year old son of Rev J H Embr pastor of Beaver Dam circuit M E church fell off a seesaw whle at play at Beaver Dam Wednesday breaking his let arm just above the elbow and alto dislocating his elbow joint Dr E W Ford was summoned and re wasIarm was fonid to be ptoptry locpisd On October 21 Miss My Caroline Thomas will be unIted in marriage to Mr Thomas W Watkins of Owens boro The Wedding will take place at the home of the bride Mr Ellis Thomas here The groom is a busi ness man of promise whIe the bride is highlyesteemed here and In Ow enaboro where she has been making her home recently for tier many wo manly qualities A fine line of AMES Buggies and Surries just received Prices most reasonable Everyone who is interested in a high grade Carriage should see our line and know Our prices before buyingTAYLOR LEWIS To the Public I have purchased the livery and feed stable ofJ B Dodson I prom ise both old and new patrons the beat attention and treatment Soliciting the liberal patronage of the public I am very truly L T BACNAHD Life Sentence for Howard Just before going to press advice reached us that Jim Howard had been given a life sentence by the jury physictryTablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by all druggists m For Sale A Scholorshlp In Bryant and Strat ton Business College Apply to this office or Take just a mite ol Ramons Tonic Regulator nightly and yon will be pleased with the effect That dlsapII one no cause complaint and that is just the state a systematic use of Ramons Tonic Regulator will produce 95 cents at J H Williams Notice to Trustees Census reports are due at my office Altdistricts that have not reported must do so at once J M DEWBES8 S C S WANTEDSPVFtAL INDUSTRIOUS PKB anus D each tte to travel for buoM wtaMlihed ecrrn jean and with nlnrga capital to call nnof iwrhanu niid ag uU Wr Dccextnl and WielelrQceil bout bUll adTOBced In MIl each week Ex n4IIU r4 PERSONAL W4fl4H44H44 MENTION f 1 imnmtmtttttmfnSupt DeWeese wcut to Dundee FridayMrs Pun Rogers visited in town Wednesday Mr Bills Baize 01 Select was In town Friday Mr J H Arabrosof Tafly was in town Monday Mr Will Bryant ol Rosine was in town Tuesday Mr Herbert Pate of Llvla was In town Friday Mr Byron Bean of Dundee was In town Saturday Mr las H Hicks of Beda was In town Saturday Mr Alec Foster of Roslne was in town yesterday- Mr M J Williams of Ceralvo was In town Saturday Mr S C Tichenor of Llvia was In town Monday Mr Steve Brown of Narrows was In town Saturday MrJ F Coppage of Dundee was In town Saturday Mr CO A Smith of McHenry was In town Tuesday Mr R C Moseley of Horton was In town Tuesday Mr J W Miller of Rosine was In town Monday Mr R A Owen of Adaburgh was in town Monday Mr J C Gentry of Cromwell was In town Monday Mr Joseph Miller of Olaton was in town Wednesday- Mr Marion Hotter of Rosine was in town Saturday Mr J W Steven of Dundee was In town Tuesday Esq G W MartLn was a caller at this office Friday Mr Geo Nabora oi Dundee was in town Tuesday Mr S S May of Cincinnati was In Hartford Friday Dr W M Warden of Centertown was in town Monday Mr C H Thompson of Horton was in town Monday Mr Hulbert Bean of Centertown was in town Monday Mr S A Bratcher of Matanzas was la town yesterday Mr Herbert Renderof Centertown was in town Saturday- Dr J S Fltzhugh of Uvermore was in town Saturday Mr R P Coleman of Beaver Dam was here Monday Mr W H1 Barnes of Louisville was la Hartford Friday Mr Alexander Stogner of McHen ry was in town Monday Mr W L Stevens of Beaver Dam was in town Monday Mrs J Ward of Calvert City is visiting Mrs J B Dodson Mr L D Bennett of Beds was a caller at this office Tuesday Mr F M Martin of Dundee was a caller at this office Tuesday Mr Robert Her of Rockport visit Ited his father here Tuesday Mr I A Mires of Olaton was a caller at this office Monday Mr Nicolas Banass of Taylor Mines was in town Tuesday Mr S J Weller of Sulphur Springs was in town Monday Mr J T Davlsot Sulphur Springs called at this office Wednesday Mrs Isaac Foster of Centertown visited in Hartford Wednesday Misses Minnie Russell and Lena Miller visited in town Tuesday Mr A T Midklfl ot Sulphur Springs was in town Saturday Mr M It Heavrln returned today from a business trip to Kuttawa Mr J T Carter of Rockport was a caller at this office Wednesday- Mr John H Thomas went to Lou isville Friday returning Saturday Messrs B W Patterson and E A Cottrell ate In Beaver Doin today Mrs Josephine Layton ol Rock port visited here first of the week Mr A P Harnesy of Detroit Mlchiganwas In Hartford Tuesday krR B Martin visited his moth er at Cromwell Saturday and Sun day Rev RJ Brannon and family of Reynolds visited in Owensboro this weekMr J P temon Pinevllle Ind is visiting his sister Mrs Robert For resterMr M L Heavrln spent the first of the week in Owensboro on legal business Miss Verna Duke of Sunnydale is visiting her sister Miss Desale Duke this week Attorney C E Smith attended Esgi Hudsons court at McHenry Saturday Messrs T C Bean and N W Slcagga of Dundee were in town Monday Mr James Whlttinghlll of Bowling Green visited relatives here Friday and Saturday MIss Cathie Craig of Ensor Da vlesa county is visiting her sister Mn l t Griffin MrR B Martin spent the first of the week at Brownsville Edmonson county returning Thursday Mrs Mary Embry who has been ylsltlagf the family of R B Martin returned to her home at Cromwell Saturday Mr Clarence DeWeese who lisa been attending the A ft M College at Lexington was the guest of his brother here Saturday and Sunday After spending a few days with his family Hon B D Ringo returned to Frankiort Monday to resume his duties on the State Board ol Equaliza Hon Mr J Fletcher Dempsey of Madl sonvllle candidate for Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner from the First District was In town Monday SOCIAL NOTES M Aibn Tettv enletaaed a few of bis f teoiia with a supper at his home F May nsht Mr It A Tapp of Sebree visited In town Sa day vMr Byron C Efnen cf Braver Dam visited fit Hptford Sunday VA duce was given at the Hartford House bv Ibe dancing club Wed tietiay n gUU The music WPI fur nished by the Taylor Mines colored band V Tnoie who alluded the Olsterva ID pa tyRvr a by the Msfcs Thom as F day evet report a most eo joyabc focfal event M ts Isabel Cox Iud Otle Kmbley won first p lies wbe Ctc Stevens and O ea Iluait received conroilion pries Those present wee MIsses Pearl Thomas Ethel Westeifieid Elble Eean Iiliie MIlleT AitleWeddag Katie Thorn as Jessie Glen a Etbcyn Jones Faa nc Cox Isabel Cos Mey Eeown Hattie Saodfs CanOe Eley Stella Woff faa Thomas ad StePs Thomas Messs Wallace Riley Lese Weddag Vgl Cooper Joe- Mle Ltsle Cooper Jra Ean Roy Me Cece Eell1eU OLtie Kim bey Ha vEeaaelt Owen Hunter CecIl Stevens George Lewis Sour men B neU I 1 OO Reward 1 OO The readers of tala paper will be pleased to lean that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure i a all Its stages and that is Catarh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medcal fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease re quires a constitutional treatment Halls Catanh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system there by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so mnca faith in Its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best H f HHH i44444 tBEDA KYttAAAAA t fltffttfffiitFar- mers are busy plowing Mr W Q Parks has purchased home Misses Clara and Vivian Bennett spent Monday with Misses Alberta and Blanche Greer The singing class at Mt Hermon is progressing nlcel under the manage ment of Mr Loney Sandefnr Mr Caleb Tichenor and daughter Miss Jennie attended services at ShInkle Chapel Sunday Mr Azro Rowan visited friends and relatives near Heflln last week The O andY Reading Club of Pleasant Ridge will give an entertainment at this place Saturday night Three playsA Regular Fix Temperance Play and Under the Lau rels will be delivered Quite a number from this place at tended the burial of Mrs J A Stev ens at Alexander Tuesday The singing class at Shinkle Chap el Is practicing for the singing con ventlon which meets at tbat place the fifth Sunday In May Mr Loney Sandefur and family ol No Creek visited Mr arid Mrs W C Ambrose Saturday night and Sunday scents Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weakand paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by taking regular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little frecISCOTT J50WNE CHEMISTS 469 Pearl Street New York Isoc and 100 i all druggists 1 r J BEN ROGERS CAPTURED Al Chirms Slayer Landed Be hind the Bars Yes terday Yesterday morning Ben Rogers who killed Al China at McHenry was captured three miles south of Caney vllle by H C Stinson a negro at whose bouse be had been staying He left Stinsras bomea few days ago saying he was going to Bowling Green In the meantime Stlnson came in possession of the descriptive circular with his picture sent out by Sheriff Keown nnd ongoing out to feed yesterday morning he found him in the hay loft and placed him under arrest He then took him to Caneyvllle and with the aid of Asa Harnerd brought him here If reposts of the murder be true Ben Rogers wilt most certainly expiate his crime on the scaOold A reward of 200 will be pard to his captors OA riwonA 8eIghISlpnof Health 41 For 25 years I have never missed taking Ayers Sarsaparilla mybloodwayJohnPNY Pure and rich blood carries new life to every part of the body You are invigorated refreshedI You feel anxious to be active You becomestrong steadycourageousThatswhat will do for you suo a bottle All dIiUIIIL bk ronr4oelftr what be thinks cr Arr1IBaruparilla know ll about tbIJ grind old family Follow bis adflci and w win be 1J21 Co LowU Jlau WHEN IN HARTFORD STOP AT THE New Commercial Services firstclass All modern convenience Rates Reasonable AIHI llOAN1Piopdeloi1 i JJllHwnorsAre Impnro matters which the akin liver kidneys and other organs can not take caro of without help there Is such an accumulation ot them Thoy Jitter tho wholo system Pimples bolls eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of Indigos lion dull headaches and many other troubles aro duo to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tono and invigorate tho wholo system MI had talL rheum on my hands so that I could not work I took Hood Sarsaparllla and It drove out the humor I continued Its use tilt the sores disappeared Mae IRA 0 BEOWW Rumford Falls Me 4 Hoods Sarsaparllla promises to euro and keeps the promised FATAL INJURY Sherry Cole Killed by a Falling LImb Near Rough Riv er Locks Sherry Cole while engaged in cut ting saw logs on the Rowan land near the locks on Rough river was fatally hurt by a falling limb last Monday The limb was dlsingaged from a falling tree and struck Mr Cole on the head inflicting a fatal in jury Dr Ford was called to see him but all eflorts to save his life proved unavailing and he died Wed nesday at i oclock Xeep It in Your Rome And when the bowels fail to act prop erly take a dose of LYONS LAXAtrva 1 SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear For sale by J ThosAllen RoslneKy CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS 0rft OfIoep1fi U a 11 8C16ct Jlafn AlmnnlUbl KAdlMUkn Sit IHICHnER EXULlIIH In tkart Gold mculllo bole Maltd with We ribbon Yaks no other Relue dngeroua subsU- mUon adlmltUoua Bur 01 fOG DruIIIIIto or send Ceo In Ump for Fartliulr TeeU bJflDflhEgL Q CHIOS BTHB OBBUIOAI OO 1105 Bad scuM SHILL ILtIoIa 4st rt4c at Ufie ECONOMYIt DRY GOODS STORE I- tt Spring is Here and Well Established 4ISo are we with a full line of Spring and Sum r mer Goods Come in and see us and save money ttandtime by buying from a onepriced house Y 08Lca course we aim to make a profita very aoi 1 figures5fcnn us ns as you CAn i j No distinction hero its all the same to everybody C a fair square deal to all When it cornea to fair i 44 dealing you will certainly find it at the Economy sStore If you cant come yourself send one of your chIldren It will bo both safe and economcaT OUR MILLINERY have4icr4 worth of your money no matter the price You 4is certainly got the newest style RS wo have made this a special study for at loast fifteen yearsL4c MATTINGS RUGS ETC aoi 4sf Housecleaning time ishore and you should see J what we can do for you in the way of Mattings Rugs aco Curtains Draperies Etc Wo have a tllotof ratting that we have reduced to 12o per ca yard Every department in our store is full of the aoi very best uptodate Merchandise CLOTHING ETC + dMr W W Hurt has charge of our Clothing and tlGents Furnishings department Ho is always give4fC We have just received our now spring styles and the prices are marked in plain fiID1res There is haggling over prices hero Its always tho low tcano in town right on the start and the goods aro aoi very best + FOOTWEAR I iifDont forgot our shoe department Uis full to Cb overflowing Any quality you may want from s6 the cheapest to the best Wo hav always made- 4I Shoes ono of our main specialties and wo shall 1 h continue in tins line as we find that our Shoes i t I 4give the best satisfaction When you need Shoes on us THE ECONOMY STQP i 44 Mrs Sara Collins Smith l- ft jk r T ij f r tJ r Hartford Republican I FRIDAY MAY 1 illinois Central RatiroadTimo Table New tinie Cad taktnz eoct Sulld07 Dec 1- 100iw htnd Mann iionrni- o182 4e 6111 m Noln dUdllIT a fl- rJo 102 dCs2ITD m No 101 due 347pm- 2o12dQ124Pm 7o181 de835 mI LoenI NolUdu1Sam li018Sdll241 pm- S VnIUEB AgPlt AiseasoihIe reasonable oTccHORRORS OF LAKELAND Another Patient Incurred tileDis- pleasure ofan Attendant and was Ducked In Coldwater- Wewould call the attention ef our readers to the mistreatment of the In mates of the Central Asylum for the Insane of Lakeland as brought out by as yet an Incomplete InvestlgaI tlon conducted by a committee of theI Cord of Commissioners of that lnstl tutlon The Investigation was compelled by a letter written to one of the Louisville papers by a lady living sear the railroad station at Lakeland In that letter It was stated that on a certain day a number of the Inmates of the asylum In charge of attendI ants were at or near the station and that one of the nttendents was seen to choke strike throw to the ground and while down to kick several times one of these Insane persons The newspapers published the letter In substance and asked Dr Fur nlab1 the medIcal superintendent II he Intended to investigate the alleged brutality and he replied that he had investigated It by examining the patient who was said to have been mistreated but failed to find upon his body any bruisEs such as would Iave been present II the patient had been mistreated lie said he was therefore satisfied that the lady was mistaken nud knew that the Institution was well managed The newspapers demanded an inquiry and the Board of CommissIoners met and appointed Q committee to conduct the investigation It appears from the newspaper reports that the officers and attendants dId not give the committee the kind bi- aid likely to asstst In bringing to light abuses if any existed but alter R little perseveronce of the part of the I investigating committee discoveries of brutal and Inhuman treatment came thick arid fast It was shovn that an attendant had thrown a patient in the dining room and while he had the patient on the fioor jumped on him with his knees breaking two of the patients ribs The patient was then dragged from the dining room and alter a time put to bed to which In cons quetJce of his Injuries he was confined for several weeks Another patient incurred thedls pleasure of I1n attendant and was ducked In coM water wrapped In a sheet and set In a corller to dry and although hI complained of suHerIng from cold anti asked foJ clothing it was refused It was also stated that the patients were beaten with slung shots made by putting raw potatoes into stock Ings that they were struck with bunches of keys that we towels were wrapped around their flces and allowed to remain until the patients were almost unconscious These are a few of the methods of treating Insanity at Lakeland as brought out by the investigation and published iu the Louisville papers han incomplete Investigation held under difficulties could discovEr these things near the turface what horrors must lie hlddendteper down The grand jury of Jefferson county The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a diseasa revaIUng In 1M- counlrymost dangerous because so decep live Many suddi failure or apoplex are the of kidney disease If kidney trouble is al lowed to advance Ihl will attack vita organsor tht Yolaneys memselves creak down and waste celt by cell II Bladder troubles most always result rom- a derangement ofthlS kidneys and a cure If 01thocan make no mistake by taking Dr Kllmer andbladderc Ilcorte ts inability tohold urfn and scald lag pain In passing II and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to manytlmeadurlngtheextraordinary efect of Swam Roolls soon wonderfulSwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold byal d ggls In flftycenl and onedollar I this mayhavewondlSrulnew disc very and a book that bjIIheart pneumDnlaheat often resut ktdneypoIaone away ells allabout It both JlomolSnootrent free bymall AddresS Dr KlImcr Co I BI1gbamtonN Y When writing mention v readhigihis generous offer In this paper Don make any mLstakej but remember lhe nama SwampRoolDr Kilmers SwampRt and thIS address Binghamton p- NY on every bottle l r is inventigatthg the conduct of the asylum and the attendant who broke the patlents ribs has been Indicted for assanlt and battery and snore In dtctments will in all probability lol low But the indictment ofa few brutal and Incompetent attendants will not put a stop to such brutalIty nor will the removal of the medical lIuperln- tendent and his assistants reform the abuses for the cauSe of his brutality and Incompetency tI1 management lies deeper The fault Is In the system of governing such institutions The commissioners medZcal super- Intendent and the assistant medical superintendents otewnrts and other officers are appointed by the Governor and these positions are regarded as political spoils and given out as such These officers are not appointed because of their fitness for or cdaptabU ty to the positions but as a rewud for political services rendered to the suecesatul candidate or party and In turn the pOStlOIIS at the disposal of the medIcal superintendent and stew attsae given for like reasons Stich a system Is a blot on our clvi- llzatlon These Institutions should be taken onto polItI they should be managed by vonpattlsau boads the medical superintendent should be an alienist of reputation and appointed for life or during good behavior by the Govertlor upoJ the recommendation of some such bedv as the State Medical Soclety the supeintendcnt should have the paw to choose bs assistants and nUises without lute tereuctand fitness atone sho1ldLOV- ern appontmens UotH such a system Is adopted our Institutions win remain as they DOW ale and such scanda1s as we C ills closed at the Westru Aeyum at Uopklnsvllle a year or two ago and such brutality cad iicompetency as have just been uaeal bed at Lakelud may be epectc4 ct lequent Inler vats These limttnUons ae naItained by the Coumonwealth and ae supposed to represett our Ideas of hum ntv- of the poper care and treatment of our sick end uMoxtumae and to mark pur progress in the arts of civliza Lion What Keutuckan Is willing that his State and tue people aall be judged by the administration of its charitable and penal Institutions Is it not time for the people to ace to It that to man shan be nomInated by either party as Its candidate for Senator or RepesenttUve in the State LegIslature who will not pledge him SUILDIN self Lu the event of his eiecflonto the enactment of laws that will take our charitable and and penal Institutions out of politics and have them adzntn Istered In the interest o the unfortu nf1tes confined therein Thc little boy of the household had said his prayers and had kissed every body but the hired girl Arent you going to kiss me good night said the pomestle Nope replied Young Hopeful III saw papa to kiss you this mon ng and I dont want you to slap me the way you slapped him Young Hopluls mo ther Is now doing her own housework 144 1JINGO KY f ffttiHiHt tHt t7ttHf1tH Farmers are behind with their work owing to wet weather Rev J p Nelson and wife rre vis- Iting their children near Deanfitld Rev p F Jenkins filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Sunday School was reoanlzed- Seaday with Mr Jerome Allen Sn- perintaudnt and Miss Ilfile York Scretay and Treasurer Rev T J Acton attended church here Sunday and Shied his appointment at Jingo In the altenoon- 1L A G Murphy Is suffering with a calbuDcle on hIs lip at this writing Mills Lzie Allen Is visiting fiends and relaUves near Central Gove this week Mr Albert Cox was In Rockport SaturdayRev H Balmaln who has been suflering from Injuries recelvd by falling Irons a wagon Is Improving slowly Mr Quinton Ballad and family ci Render vstcd Mr Ballada son and daughter Saturday and Sunday t Keep It in Your Home And when the bowels fall to net properly take a dose of LYONS LAXATlv- aSVIt1PIt acts gently but effectually on the kidueja liver and bowels will keep your system In good working order and make your complexion clear For sale byj ThosAllen RoslncKy a SheYou certainly wouldnt mar ry a girl for her meney would youHeOfcourae not Neither would I have the heart to let her become an old maid merely because she had moneyLondon TitBlts FREE TRIPS TO ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS lN THE STATE PAID KENTUCKY tryIng THE WORLDS FAIR School ejilidren and Dubhi- egenerafly Invited to tote to popularlacents each ten cat at one Uuie AU money over and iitove trip expenaei or teach ecitogoloto erection of the nuildingattheExp- oaltion Eyery voter thus sattafacUon or knowing a worthy cause and- Important have been sided at the same time a- lavoilte teacher baa received recognition Contest con ducted under auspices of Educational Vxhlblt Com mlttee or J Jtihlblt orltnluUonrormed Kentncky nuucug and full productshaytugrailedUon educator in the- Statewhetherteacher In nub IIc rprlntii achooldor uducatlonalItahibit zpoltIonPalace orEducation The Izpoittlon is to be the greatest International event In the worlds hi ntcountyDUJDutber qr 1OteD 11 be allowed to send two teachcrathc mot popular and the second most TEu voTEs WILL 111 TE CtnS EACIJ Ttl COtsTtTuii0 J BALLOT Atten cents each every school child In the Slate will be able to cast at least one vats or la Ia lOt herfavotitc teacher Slut the votigwill not be confined to school children rAREITS OF PVPILS on AU OP TIIEU1 rnlDDSIIlT TOrt The purpoe or the Mine1atlOat beIng to elect the molt popular school teacher III each county as so couMderet by the public generally as Welt 51 by the aehool children Ilailots ten spaces so club of ten pupil may be arranged and each giving tea cent be credited with hi or her vote It one person de remitUnga Cft for yoten names may be len btank the Jtssociatiou wOnt however to enroll la the IntheALT EXPEIStS or ThE TEfCmm TIUI DE PAID by the AssocIAtion 1hl will Include railroad transportation rom Loulsvllle to 5t Louis aud return board at one of the beAt botch in the city for IIX doy and ednaiaalon to the exposition grounds for six days tripmoreKentuckrtheAoclatioalronithatcountyJefferaou exceptedwhich casts We greatest number of voles In th contest TheteaeherwlthpublicwiUVotes may be cast tot any person who taught school during 5902 or Is teaching now This opportunlIrbemoredotlanentTISSUEDOLLARSCASTS FIFTY VOTUS TVN DOLLARS CASTS A UUNDISED VOTES OOK UUZDRUD uce- tA1t8 CASTS ONn TUOUSAD VOTES ofthezmonostpopular I1ddltlonalTIlE S1ANPIXR OF TilE COXTESUNT8 WILL DE VItIaTED TREOUESTLT In each county to show his or her rlellda how the race II run voting nfwfor school teicher The votes will lad counted under the supervision or the Educational Exhibit Committee oUhe AssoclaUon The personnel of this as follows rro Il O llrownell Louis yule Chairman Sref lrV MeChesney Jrankrort I Prof It P 1I1111ecll Louisville w n 3rtDolomt Louisville ror Jllul Anderson Lexington rChase Palmer Donvile rru DrUYlulltnsJeUtllrYJhoadOwcuboroSpencer LOulsylllel Silas Patti S Still Louisville Sirs Emily U flrockcn Louisville and Sirs Sta u Tucker Louisville Members or the Uducatlonal Committee are not eligible to election In Ibis cOntest REXElDER ZTEDT COUtTt ELECTS ITS OWN FA TOnnE TEAcmn Competition between countieS only applies to the race for the tooth triP the oulaldeor lc1lhaon ceatlng the largest total number oln being granted the distinction or cnding two teachers congTDtuWorymrreuiltarranged each clloen gIven the the monthJune July or August 1904In which be or she wants to make Ihe trip CLIP OUT TillS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WITH 1 AIWeof ns the most popu1 r teacher in county ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED 0cZ10elOu lOc C10e10e bc bOo bOo tenVOtiDgYotera have the nptioa or sending ballot dlre 1 to the Secretary or the Association or to theper Irom which clipped paperRetnittaitccmaypctoge express or mOney or In currency at Icudcss risk Address all communications to J JI litonus Secretary Icy- k e V1IlIIIIlo 1o Tile KIfl1 You Have Always Bought anti vthlcli hns been in use for over 80 years has lorno tllo slgiiatnro c- re9 nml 1ms bcenanni1ounde Ills ct 6p LOflal supovvlsiou fllnco its Infancy S v4 Allow no ono to deceive you In thIs All Counterfeits Imitations SlId Justasguoti nroiutI- 3xperliiieiits that trifle with unti endanger tlto health of Infunts and CIiUthcnilxpcrlctico against EXI1crlmcnt What is CASTORACas- toria Is n liarnilcas substitute for Castor Oil Pare- gorIc Drops and Soothing SyrnlJsIt LI Pleasant It contains neIther Opium rtlorphilno nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago Is its gnnrantcc It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It eileen DJnrrhwt and VIIM- 1Celic It relieves Tcetltlng Troubles Cllles Constipation and FJatuleney It Sshllllates tlto Font regulates the StOlunch and Bowels giving ltcn1tlty nut natural sleep The CWlc1rcns PnnnccnTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS SiPnturo of ctThe Kind You Rave Always Bought in Use For Over 30 Years ywe ciNysu cOY if MURUY sTrict NCW oea em 1 r 1U14 GREATLY ALARMED By a Persistent Cough but Permanently Cured by Chamberlains Cough Romody- Ir H P Burbage a student at law In Greenville S C had been troubled for four or five years with a continuous cough which he says greatly alarmed me causing meto fear that I was In the firFt stage of consumption Mr Barbaie having een Chamberlains Cough emedy d vertlsed concluded to try It Now read what lie says of It I soon felt a remarkable change and IIftr uslng two bottles ot the ttventyive cent Ize was permanently cured Sold by all m druggiits41ELOO IN PRIXR8 The Owcnsboro TWICE AWERK MESSENGER will distribute 41000 In prices of which zoo Is in gold among Its subscribers on and after this date and until May 9 Ij3 at 4 p so who estimate the nearcst to the correct vote Josh Griffith will receive In Davless county In his race for State Treasurer In the Primary Election May 9 Ten estimates will be allowed with each ioo paid In subscription to THE TWICEAWEEK MESSIIN GFR whether new or renewal and a person may subscribe for Is many years In advance as desttedor for as many single subscribers of one year each and for each dollAr paid will have the privilege of making ten cs- tlmAtes Write us At once for R aniplr copy If TIlE TWICEAWEEK MESSENGER cpntatniug full part ulars of this offer also for blauksto use In making this estimate Address THE MESSENGER Ovensboro Ky A Neat Program Nuw that the Dedication Cetemon lea of the LouIsiana Purchase Expo sitfon die Worlds FaIt are so close at hand the public Is commencing to wonder what St Louis has to offer In the way of entertainment to outof town visitors The Henderson Route which is the Worlds Fair Jlnt has gotten cut a very neat boorlet vestpocket size which contains the conplce official program of these ceremonies It Is a modern piece ot wrk in ev ely respect printed In greefl and rd with gray antique cover und high grade enAmeled bpok stock inside CpleR will bl gladly furnished on ppUcattoD L J I7win- Genl Passenger Agent Geo L Garrett Trnveling Passenger Ag ntr- Henderson Route toul8nl ly Via ST LOUIS and KANSAS CITY to Colorado Utah g Pacific Coast DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE MisaIaC5ELECTRIC IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE Via MEMPHIS direct fo HDT SPRINGS ARK And Points In TEXAS MEXICO I anti CALIFORNIA IDININGfor rir Isismatic UtllsIZ Malts Etc Addrsn- A T G MATTHEWS TrsvPassILI- som 202 CItsbi 511g tDDltrlllfIT 1 H C TOWNSEND a P6 v icy ST LOUIS I Worlds Fair Ro- uteBO SWeLow rat excnrslns Season 193 One way Coonsth Tlcket3 to IKints In California Atl21n8 TexisOregon Washington Montana Idaho and Utah Tickets on sate every day to April 30 19 3 One fare round trip to St LouIs National and IIttlnatlonl1 Good Roads Convention April 27tl to May 2nd Tickets will be sold April 26th and 27th Goo returning to May 4 Dedication Ceremonies Loulsana Purchase Exposition Woilds Pair April 3ath to May said Tickets will- be sold April 29th to May rat Hood returning to May 4th Thirty first Sacngeifeat of Nltth- Americ1I SaenJergund June 17th to soth TIckets will be sold June z6th and 17th Good returning to June 22 San Francisco Cal National Association Master Plumbers May 19h 22nd Very low rates Tickets on sale May a and 3 and May uth to ssth Final return limit July 15th- I Los Angeles Cal General Assembly Presbyterian Church May 21st to June 2nd Very low rates Tickets on sale May 2 and 3 and May nth to i8th Final return limit July 15th- r Boston Mass National Educational Association July 6th to zoth lOne fare plus 2 00 round trip Tick reoII ventlon United Society Christian Endeavor July pthI3th Rates and dates of rate will be announced later Baltimore Ml B P 0 RAn nuat Convention July 193 Rates and dates will be announced later For further particulars consult any agent D 0 SW ot address O p I Mc ARTY General Passenger Agt Cincinnati Ohio or IR S BROWNI Dist Passr Agt Souisville Ky j UmCm Railroad Great prepnratnsis ole being mal for the en trtalninent lit New Orlenpa of Vlcnlllla oDd ttirtrienda all Ibt OCt loo of the AnnualRenunion UnIted Confederate Veterans Wble take pine In New Orleans May tD to 2- 2lDO3ndIn order that large nnmbers mil attend there hu liecu made on the Illinois Con trot n It a rote or iCent a Mile In lIch direction from all stations south of the Thin river to Ne Orient Tickets at this rate- forthlsoncasion wilt boon aalo laj 18 toIl andfortratna scheduled to arrIve Iza New Orleans belore nooo oh TI72 They will be good o return utIt May 24 nod toll be extended on- psymentoIfO to Jail 15 Iartiqular of your home ticket A J McDOUGAL- LDhillon lneaencer Agent New Orlenas- F W IIAIIIoW DivisIon rnenger Agent loulIIlIIe A Ii JlloAfIc9TrAGPACblcogo ISubscribe for THE UARTFORD REPUDLI CAN I 00 ppr year inI advance ROBYUOTEL T QUISENBERRY Propr Best 100 Hotel in the City YoulIntlonago Sulicitod lIT Frdr1e Nt OWfDlboo Ir J4 a i r l UrICold in One Day T4Lt1Ve Bromo Quinine TWII SeIo boxes sehd in past l3 Eonths signature SPBOIAL PRICES I Vo have in stock the following sizes of rubber bolt that1- we I arc soUing at a reduced price This lino is all good goods madoby rolinblo manufacturers and is a bargain nt tho prices named 325 fector a inch rubbor Bolt4 ply at So por foot 465 4 1 4p1 at iic 328 5 4 il 4 l1Y at13c 275If 0 1 1 ply at lGc- 2c0 II 7ci I 4 I1Y at 180II g II jvc II 4plyat2lo IIt150 11 lO 1 4 ply at 27o III75II 10I ii is ply at 330II Lees a Kachine WorksINCOnlORATE- DOWENSDORO KENTUCKY Homo Phone No 449j Cumberland No 253 COLLINS lAithIHand- les SARTtho BEST and PUREST Whiskies Winos ana Brandies in town Old Parker Rye Old W S Stono and Old International specialties Beer Bock Beer IBock a COLLINS CO All Kinds Qf Job WOrk NEAILY DONE AT HIS OJ1FION r t e1m tCOST NO MORE ThAN ILAIX ONES IN 1JlhitG BronzeMarble is entirely out of dater Gtsnite SODa tnossgrown discolored rtqiires constant eipenae an- dtue and eventually crumbles back to Mother Earth Deildes tt Is very cpenllive White Broare Is Ft1lctly everlasting It cannot crumble with the action oJ lrcat Mossgwwth Is an Impossibility It is more artistic than any stone Then why not investigate It bal been adopted fM nearly ape hundrect public monumeatl and by thousands of delighted customers In el puts of the country It haa been ou the market over 25 years and Is an established UcceH Mans granite dealers have bought White Bronze for their own burial plots Wi have hnndltds of btatatUuldes1gniohtl grades of workaud wantto have yorI see them upon ore Interested to a monument 1Jeaato t cover On receipt of a poatal card will be pleased Is cahi4deeIgsiass- ample of White Bronze Your truly D J RHOADS BeavrrDi Ky Agent for the Monumental Bronze Co or BridgeportCosin If You Want To keep posted and otherfise wellinformed subscribe for The Republican And get all the news all the time CHOCTAW OKLAHOMA GULF H H1- I I Combines the Advantages of EasternServioeWith tho Opportllnltles of D WESTERN COUNTRY DIRECT lf E Memphis to Little Rock Hot Springs Indian and Oklahoma Territories Texas Colorado Now Mexico Arizona Old Mexico and the Pacific Coast WIDE VISTIBULEO TRAINS PULLMANDRAWINQ ROOM SLEEPINQ OARS PULLMAM TOURIST SLEEPINQ OARS FREE RECLINING CHAIR OARS O 0 LICON1 Chit Pusgt 6OH LEE 0 r a T A Cilcissail OWs Littli Rackt ArtlHH Can for a Senatorial Convention At a meeting oi the Republican Executlte Committee of the yth Senatorial District held at Beaver Dam Ky Dtcenber 20 192 It Wits InleachdIstrict on SaturtlayJuly u 5903 at 2 p Zn for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a county conVey tlon to be held at the ciunty sraloJ each county In said distrIct oq Mon day July 13 1903 ats pm which county conventions hnll elect dale gates to attend a district eOl1ventfun to be held at Hartford Ky SaturlaYI July i8 I9t3 lit I p nI to nomInate a candidate for tnte Senator In said district The representlltlo1 In the county convention shall he one dde for Ia h or fraction over 12 IInLion la the district convention shall be one vote for each zoo or trtctlon over 5 votes castfor McKlnllY for1- Preshletit III 19oo Tbe cancltdate receiving a mtljlrlty fall the votra cast lu tiald district conv ntllJlIhllll RepttblIIItor In raid district NicirnrisSDARnA5S hrM S RtorANR SecV I 10 cURE COLD INONEDAVf- ok I luotlYe Itromo Quinine Tnblt All druggists refund the money JIlt fall to nre iv tlroys signature In on each box Uc I I I ATTENTION5s- ys In Oweneborp tall on Wru Cithl n dealer in pure tralgbt Whiskies Apple ODd leach hirandles Agent rranIc Vhr hreJog Co JUI order will rocely prompt attention Th hot 1200 Wbisey In tho Stat Wm CUSHION Ownsboro Ia BUY THE SEWING M1CaiNE Do not bo decIvedhy those who ad vertl50 n 6000 Sowlnglaclilno or 2000Th Is kInd ofamachino bo bought from U8 or of roUl 1lqJ 10 18OO nIW rAKE A VARIET THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tllo Feed detemilnes tho strengthor weakness of Sewl Double Feed combined with other strong maktn the New floano OOiit Sewing Machine to buy Wnte for GIRCULARSl tho t dir of wo l114uutaturo and prIcbeflro iurehaslng fiR NffwHOMC iUUi MACRINg 0- ORA aC MASS tUnion Sq N Y b1eac IlL AUanta cia 81 Louleuq l1u o Ba 01 ONJALtI Y aI LIL J i 0 I I J 0aTwsbays 1fII oieveijI 2S 11 m WJ1L JICo Si Usasavy C U 8ui BAR JET r SMITH ATTORNEYS AT w1UAItrrKl XY 2 WIllprectIetbeirprotereIoIn lilt tbe fOurt CourtolAlataHpedll14lUntioo their ears Coilcctiwt and tho lrtaetio nl lrlwIns anti fleil ilatitte Law tpcclelIles Onion la llseerLicAx ltaltdIDf t tJNO D WILSON ATTORNEY T LAW j flAETFORD KY collectionsnaaktiagabtraet ty OMcInOrtbsidpubllesqusr J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY asda4ioInegrosafleeuentrnstdtotaIaeara 7 1sI1TTORNE1I1T L4BF- ORiMVIIIE l UE4TVIIItT Will tftUII his prniletoe Ian the marts of Z81daltleatioD E P NEAL J Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY will practice lals prulldo In all the court 0- KeaturQ pecIAI UlllloD IIhlI to ocUoctios tUwento drCDt stetesrOisd raM and cddualpracttc Omeupstsirstlrimebloet J4 J S n WEDDING ATTORNtY and COUNSE1EOatLAW HAIlTPORDKYt coartulOblolrompt atttioe Itno to rU bcaln- intrutdtnlaizas OSeflo227ConterStroet R RWEDDIN- GAttorney at Law HARTFORD Ky tIltOoI08 Attorney and EzsnistfoObIooaa- I OSte over lIMO Coeitj Dank SI LIIIAflIIN UUNEfl WOOD WAIII HEAVRIN WOODWARD QIt trll prsetfr their prollon 1au th Cones of Otalo eounty sad Cuurt 11111 lptelti attention given mmllal prMII and rolI UoDa Ollie asat door to liesk olllarUord w H BARNES at Law IACII 4Iiaiyroaihis profession Is all tlo Coned ci Ohio lad n1oInIg rountlie Dad ta the Cocet 01- I Appeal Htrkt IIIUOIl wlliiilva tuMi Lola tIIuutrd to bltre toiletjona a spiel lIT ORe In tOurtbollH F I WR rcrTCSsto Coutrclr- cnltCoartW TflwsnJudg rg now AitorneyOwpnabuto T ltlsckJallri LA- AndrsonCIerki itowan 1I0lbrook fMler COlD I mtebnri O DTJkeasTrasteJaryFasIifa- I Keoin Sheriff lIarlloro1 Deputy libedS3- ii IcsowuClerne Kiowa Jo U110bCrtl It rlloyd Vhwiltsveaa COartcoyIIzUfua I day la Mareb nod Anut ned continue tbree third Monday Ia SIy end oyernbe 1kaIdCuurt7 P SIU1r nIge SI M sag IaadCurlt W II lIartl AttorlfIltartkr41- rCourteoDYealflllrtt olld07 laacb month QsarterL7tourtflegln oath third Monday 10 April Jey October and JOIIaal7I C4 a 01 CalmCOaYra ant londAJ III 1111 nary Teeday alter second Monday lu tklober Other OmceraJ II Wood Sarvejor Cralvo Frank 10w AIeor Ia JaIDM flew Ikbool Supealntendenr JlarUord na L Da- TCororSulpbnr 1IlIall- t ruou COUrt8- n F nadon DMYCF PansVbraarj U Stay U August SI November ao 010 W Martin EalstownEbitary l May 14 Asgast 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